Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 18, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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Life Service Band
The program for this week's meet-
ing of the Life Service Band was uni-
que In that there was no set program
and the entire meeting was turned
over to the members to tell something
of what their mothers meant to them.
Almost every member spoke concern-
ing the mother to whom they owe
much and told what she meant to
them now that they were away from
James Carroll gave a report of a
training school held In Stanton last
week. There were nine conversions
and seven additions to the church. In
the school there was also a B. T. S.
and a Sunday School class organized.
The concluding programs of the
year will be rendered next Sunday in
Denison and in May. Seven boys in-
tend to leave here Saturday morning
to go to Denison.
The last meeting of the band will
be held next Monday evening on
Round Mountain. The subject of the
meeting is to be "What the Life Ser-
vice Band Has Meant to Me." The
members of the organization are re-
quested to meet in front of the Mims
Building at 6:30 and hike from there
to the mountain.
Several members of the Ministerial
Council preached last week-end in the
various churches in this region.
IT IS A WHITE SEASON
In millinery it is Panamas Piques
Turbans and Novelty Straws and fab-
rics all are beautiful in white.
White accessories Bags Gloves
but strange to say darker hose.
See our new merchandise in milli-
nery and accessories. You will be as
enthusiastic as we are when you see
these new things.
BETTIS & GIBBS.
Graduation time Is the one long-
anticipated hard earned occasions in
the life of every young man and
young woman. It is the one great
event looked forward to sacrificing
parents and by all relatives and
friends. It is the one great occasion
upon which photographs are wanted
and should be given. Realizing this
we are now making the biggest bar-
gains we have made in years to grad-
uates and invite them to visit our
studio and investigate these special
offers and inspect our work. We have
more than $8000 invested in equip-
ment with which to do your work
right and have spent thirty-five years
in the study and practice of high-class
Photography so are prepared to
please you. You will want a real
Photograph for Graduation.
THE MAYO STUDIOS Brownwood.
SOME QUALIFICATIONS FOR
BEING A NEW8PAPER WORKER
That a number ot unusual qualifi-
cations are desirable for a newspaper
career is the admission of Editor Jim
White of the Brownwood Bulletin in
quoting a "wise old editor."
According to the yarn a young fel-
low went to an esteemed member of
the Fourth Estate and asked his
opinion about a newspaper career.
This is what he said:
"If he can listen with a smile to
tiresome things he has heard oftimes
before; if he can refuse to do what
three or four people ask him to do
without making them mad; if he can
write in a way to make people laugh
when he feels like cussing' or in a
way to make them weep when he feels
like cracking his heels together and
laughing out loud; if he can remain
silent when he feels like he'll burst
wide open if he does not talk; if he
can argue without getting mad or
making the other fellow mad; if he can
refuse a woman's request for free
publicity without making all the mem-
bers of her set mad at the paper; if
he can react to the loss of a good
news story and catch a better one on
the rebound; if he can explain a typo-
graphical error without using up more
than thirty minutes' time ;if he can
concentrate and write intelligent copy
while three different conversations are
going on around him several type-
writers clicking away and the tele-
phone ringing and the subdued hum
of the presses in the next room drum-
ming on his ears; if he can explain
why Mrs. Jones' poem on 'The Sylvan
Depth of October Woods' did not ap-
pear in the paper without her husband
stopping his advertising; if he can
take a four-line story and spread it
to a column or take a two-column
story and condense it to two para-
graphs ;if he can read proofs without
overlooking an error and write head-
lines without murdering the king's
English! If he has a nose for news an
itch for writing and an inclination to
work fifteen hours a day then we'd.
advise him to get into the game. Ex.
WHAT WILL DO NEXT?
Graduation time is now only a mat-
ter of days. Several thousand young
men and women will graduate from
high school. The next important
question arises. What will I do next?
To stop where you are means of
course that you can make no further
advances until you supplement your
high school training with something
that will give you an earning capac
ity.. The professions are overcrowd'
ed. To spend from four to six year's
time and the necessary expense in-
cident thereto with no chance to put
into proflltable use the training seems
a waste of time and money.
Teaching offers absolutely no in-
ducement. Law medicine and the
arts offer but little if any greater
inducement. At this time with the
upturning of the business trend and
the determined effort on the part of
our wonderful President to give us a
new deal argues very strongly in
favor of a business training.
Such a training may be had in a
few months and at a compartlvely
small expense. It gives one an im-
mediate earning power and the long-
er the training is used the more valu-
able it becomes. A promlennt educa-
tor remarked recently "Now is the
time for young men and women to
train for business.
Take the advice of this man and
plan to prepare yourself for a prof-
ession that offers much greater in-
ducement at this time than anything
The Tyler Commercial College and
School of Business Administration at
Tyler Texas offers the young people
of the Southwest the very best train-
ing in business. They will be glad to
send you one of their large catalogs
free. Write them today using the
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AND SCHOOL OP BUSINESS
311 Flsk 8t.
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SANITARY BARBER SHOP
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SHAVE 15c SHAMPOO 15c
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Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 18, 1933, newspaper, May 18, 1933; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102210/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.