The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXV, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, November 8, 1957 Page: 1 of 4
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The HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE
BROWNWOOD. TEXAS' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1957
Will Be Given
"Autumn" will be the theme of
a coffee for the football sweet-
heart Jere Coon and her attend-
ants Helen Shahan and Vivian
Pursley at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The coffee given by Mrs.
James Vardaman dean of wom-
en will be for Howard Payne
resident women students.
"To assist me in serving and
greeting the guests will be Misses
Janice Brown Patty Eads Mary
Ellen Isenhower Arlene Lock-
heart Peggy Ray and Peggy
Brown" stated Mrs. Vardaman.
College Theatre to
Open Year With
The year's first presentation of
the Howard Payne College Thea-
tre will be viewed twice home-
coming week end November 14
and 16 with the portrayal of
"Family Poi trait" the story of
Christ's family during His three
years of ministry.
Jeu Coon will head the 27-
member cast plus walk-ons in
the lole of Maty Jesus' mother.
Other cast members include: Jo
seph Jim Go: don; Simon Larry
Milner; Judas Bill Crosby; Mary
Magdalene Louise Ham; James
Glen Hammett; Mary Celophas
Zanelle Stacy; Sehma Jessica
Paris; Daniel Raymond Held the
six-year-old son of Dr. and Mrs.
Held and Naomi Peggy Pate.
Other parts will be played by
Sandra Mead Sidney Barton
Carl Lansford Wayne Baldwin
Raymond Woodruff Joan Bye
Jimmy King Leah Miller Marc
Wilder Fonda Stout Johnny
Hartzell Mary Ellen Isenhower
James West Adrian Syms and
The technical elements as the
stage and prop crews will be tak-
en care of by the theatre produc-
tion class of Dr. McDonald Held.
Those students are also assisting
Mrs. Held with the costuming.
The theatre production class is
composed of Don Cain David
THEATRE. Ptfl 4
3 ;2 sfs
. . . football
College Town Hall
College Town Hall under the
auspices of the Texa Manufac-
turer Association will be pie-
sented Monday from 10:30 until
12 noon in Mims Auditorium.
This is a panel discussion and
question-and-answer period on
business problems labor-management
relations and positions open
Everyone who attended last
year was seemingly qu:te inter-
ested in the piogram. Also the
answers given were satisfacto:y
in most mstances.
Business and administration
students are basically the ones to
whom the piogram is p:esented
although anyone may attend. Dr.
i Z. T. Huff dean of the college
and academic vice president said
that all who wish to attend must
sign a roster list in the lobby of
the auditorium to receive an ex-
cused absence from class.
Dr. Huff also stated that some
high school students may be in-
vited to be present.
John E. Rasco is director of
public relations for TMA and he
will emcee the program. On the
panel will be R. H. Norris presi-
dent of Dearborn Stove Company
of Dallas who was here last
year; John E. Robbins Jr. cen-
tral division manager of General
Telephone Company of the South-
west :n San Angelo and R. E
Ogburn piesident of Oborn
Steel and Supply Company of
DIG THOSE DOTS
HPC Students Take to '42'
By EUGENE FLEMING
Did you ever play a game with
dominoes called "forty-two?" It
is not generally considered a
spectator sport but it is leally
just as amusing as tiddly winks
table tennis or any of the other
really gieat games.
To begin the game the fellows
I watched got out some little flat
blocks with white specks on one
side. I thought at first that they
must not like the sides with dots
on them because the first thing
they did was to turn all the little
dots toward the table.
The next thing they did was
to each pick up one of those lit-
tle blocks. They said the fellow
that got the biggest block got to
bid first. Well they all looked
From 'The Link'
Most students are aware of two
of the campus' student publica-
tions namely the Yellow Jacket
and The Lasso but have heard
little or nothing about a third
The Link a magazine published
for the benefit of ex-students of
The Link is published semi-
monthly and is a compilation of
student faculty and campus ac-
tivities news. It :s a means of
keeping interested ex-students
posted on the vai ious aspects of
what is happening on the cam-
pus. The Link is published under
the jurisdiction of Miss Tessica
Martin director of public infor-
mation. It is mailed to all of the
The first edition was edited
published and printed approxi-
mately a week ago and gave
special emphasis to the forthcom-
ing homecoming activities. The
cover is in blue and gold with a
pictuie of Howard Payne's Man-of-the-Year.
Robert S. Calvert of
Austin on it.
Ksues wcie taken as the offi-
cial publication from the college
and distributed at the Baptist
General Convention in Fort
nr. . ii. ii i.
i Woith this week.
like they were the same size to
' me but they must have had some
I way of telling which wa3 biggest.
Another thing that was not
clear was what it was that they
were bidding for. I asked once
and they said it was for the point
but I never did see any point to
After they got all the dots hid-
den one of the boys began to
stir the dominoes around with his
hands. That must have been to
confuse everybody. Then each
one of the fellows reached in and
got himself two handfuls of the
blocks and looked at the side
with the dots on it. They had
been confused all right!
It looked for a while like they
Sh FAD "4t" Pag 4
Jere Coon Will
Be Honored a! Sul
Jere Lyn Coon will be present-
ed as football sweetheart and the
Howard Payne College Band will
honor Boy Scouts of the Co-
manche Trad Council in the half-
time ceremonies of the HPC-Sul
Ross game Saturday.
Miss Coon senior speech ma-
jor from Dublin Ga. was select-
ed by the Yellow Jacket football
squad to receive the honor of
football sweetheart. Her attend-
ants will be Helen Shahan a
sophomore architecture major
from McCamey and Vivian
Pursley a freshman education
major from Lawton Okla.
A grand fanfare will be played
while the HPC band forms a gate
for the p:esentation of Jere and
her attendants. When the trio has
entered the center of the forma-
tion the band will begm to play
"A Pretty Girl Is Like a Mel-
ody" as the formation moves in-
to the shape of a heart.
The Yellow Jacket co-captains
Boyd Murphy and Kenneth Gray
will crown Miss Coon with the
traditional crown a football hel-
met. After the coronation the
sweetheart and attendants will be
escorted to the sidelines.
"The second half of the half-
time performance will be per-
formed in conjunction with ap-
proximately 1000 Boy Scouts of
the Comanche Trail Council"
stated Ed Cain HPC band direc-
tor. "The band will be encircled by
several small groups of Boy
Scouts each group conducting
various steps of rank in Scout-
ing such as Tenderfoot etc" he
A court of honor will then be
held in the center of the field
with the band forming a block
background as Dr. Guy D. New-
man HPC piesident presents the
Eagle Scout award to Larry Low-
rance 15 of Biownwood Troop
34 and son of Mr. and M:s. C. L.
Low:ance of Brownwood; James
F. Smith 1C of Biownwood
Troop 8 son of Mr. and Mrs. Fur-
man Smith of Brownwood. Scout-
master Joy Dean Laws of Troop
111 of Cisco will also leceive the
Eagle Scout award.
As the court of honor moves
off the field the band aided by
the Jacket Co-eds will form an
unfuiled flag of the United
States as the band echoes the
strains of "God Bless America"
for the program finale.
Bob Reeves Will Head
HPC Veterans Club
The HPC Veterans Club has
elected officers for the fall se-
mester. They are Bob Reeves
president; Joe Flood vice presi-
dent; Waldo Baxter secretary-
treasurer and Bunny Martin re-
porter. The officers are in the process
of writing a constitution for the
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