Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 14, 1933 Page: 2 of 4
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Meeting at Coggin
Dr. V. V. Chancellor pastor at
Mineral Wells and trustee of How aid
Payne Is doing the preaching In the
levival now In progress at Coggin
Avenue Baptist Church and Joe Trus-
sel Is leading the music.
The meeting was begun as a series
ot piotractcd meetings but developed
Into a revival when lait sunuay xor-ty-flvo
people united with the church
the majority being conveisions. At
the Sunday school houi Dt. Chan-
cellot spoke on John 3:16 and foity-
eight people responded of which num-
ber thirty-one united with the church
At the evening service fourteen peo-
ple responded. Dr. Chancellor will be
at Coggin Avenue through Sunday
with services at 2:30 p m. and 7:15
Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 Dr.
Chancellor and Mr. Trusscl met with
the Ministerial Council and Dr. Chan-
cellor broueht a message on Jcsu
and His diciples. He showed how the
disciples were regarded as Chiist's
disciples by Jesus by themselves by
the people of their day and how they
had the stamp of dlscipleshlp on them
so that It could not be hidden. Ho
showed how the life of a Christian
either convicts sinners of their sins
or it makes them satisfied in their
sins. The announcement was made
at this meeting that Pat Marce had
surrendered to the ministry.
HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET
TRY SHOPPING AT OUR STORE
Quality Merchandise Popular Price
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HEARS B. FLIG
Robert Fling state B. S. U. presi-
dent met with the local council at
3:30 Monday afternoon to help cor-
lect the things that were being neg-
lected and to commend on the strong
points of the council. He compared
the Road to Jericho to the campus
where the new student Just away
from home falls into the band of
temptations that are to be found
around any school and is dragged
down. The "I am too good" Chris-
tian passes on the other side of the
campus to keep from meeting the low
person. The B. S. U. member comes
along and helps to find God's will In
his life and makes the world a better
place for that fallen student.
The B. S. U. on tne campus is to
help those students meet the campus
temptation and to lead lost souls to
Christ. It is the voice of one crying
in the wilderness the wilderness be-
ing the campus. "He must increase
while I decrease" Is the humble spirit
of the B. S. U. member. B. S. U.
Those Who Care Have
Shine Their Shoes
Ladies' Shoes a Specialty
LANKFORD SHOE SHOP
Come to Pete Anderson's Barber
Shop and let
Give you the Best Shine in
Dr. R. A. ELLIS
Glasses Fitted Satisfactorily
College Barber Shop
C. G. McGlnnlt Prop.
Across Fisk from the Campus
Sanitary Barber Shop
THE BEST BARBER WORK
links the student on to God through
the local church. Bob conducted a
discussion of the duties of each offi-
cer of the council for the remainder
of the time.
Many a man's wife dresses stylish-
ly because his creditors can afford it.
Ofliccts for the Lincoln Scholarship
Society wete elected Wednesday af-
ternoon in a bilef business session.
Aithur Johnson was elected president
Aubrey Reees ice-president; Fay
mnndv. secictary; Tolbcrt Lawrence
Committees weie formed to decide
sevetal questions and to perform cer-
tain duties The membership com-
mittee is composed of Beulah Doerr
Aubtcy Reeves and G. A. Brooks.
The piogtam committee is made up
of Dean Elklns Mrs. Aaton Shaw
and Alcene Tate and the social com-
mittee is composed of Vanita Yates
Nelda Clements uoyce snori. aim
The membeis of the Lincoln Schol-
aiship Society aie the honor students
in the Junioi and Senior classes The
oig.mization is one of the most cov-
eted on the campus as few students
make the society each year. The
piescnt group is probably a little lar-
gei than the previous gioups of the
last few j ears.
Life Gervice Band Elects Officers
The Life Pen Ice Band elected ofll
cers foi the ensuing term: President
Duke D. Shaw; fust vice-president
Blair Moiris: second vice-president
C V. McCullough; secietury Llllle
Mi'tn loi responding secictary Guin-
dola Jones; treasuier Eillne Marshall;
PA AND MA
Opposite Post Office
extension diiector Rayford Harris;
chorister Opal Lackey; pianist Myra
Fisher; B. S. U. representative Ed
Claik; leporter James E. Carroll.
There has been a new office added
to the Life Service Band. It Is ttoe
collector and his office is for the col-
lection of a fund to be sent to a mis-
sionary in Brazil that the Band Is
supporting. Jodie Caldwell was elect-
ed to this office.
Bob Fling State B. S. U. president
spoke on the theme of the B. S. U.
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victory j inai you Will be I
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SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS G1FIS
AT OUR STORE
Two piano and two violin selections
were presented in chapel Wednesday
morning December 13 as the regular
program of the college Fine Arts de-
partment. The opening number was a
piano solo Beethoven's "Getman
Dance No. 1" played by Marguerite
Ross. This was followed by a violin
selection "Swinging" by Waters Lam-
kin. Paul Dean then gave a violin
solo "The Juggler" by Severn. Th
concluding number on the progiam
was a cowboy breakdown "Sheep Am
Walkin' to the Pasture" transcribed
by David Guion and offered on the
piano by James Ming.
All Kinds of Shoe Repairing
CHAS. L. FAULKINBERRY
"The Shoe Man"
906 Center Ave.
Here you will find a
complete line of gift
goods for Christmas.
Avoid last minute
lush. Our Stock is
very complete and
prices are low
VISIT OUR STORE!
! 1 1 Complete lines of Gift Goods Books Dolli
Toys Games Etc.
Something for every one at prices to
suit every purse.
DUBLIN & CANON
404-406 Center Ave. Phone 1
Expert Cleaning and Alterations
We Call For and Deliver
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211 East Baker Street
412 Cantor Avanua
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Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 14, 1933, newspaper, December 14, 1933; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102225/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.