The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXV, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, January 17, 1958 Page: 2 of 4
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THE YELLOW JACKET
"THE VOICE OF THE CAMPUS"
Editor . ...
Associate Editor .
Assistant Sports Editor
Sports feature Editor
Feature Editor . . . .
Society and Club Editors
Roland Moore Kenneth Maultsby.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 17 1958
The highest congratulations arc in order for the very
tlesetwng Education division which has just received
the "go ahcod" sign for establishing a chapter of Kappa
Delia Phi national honor society for men and women
in education here at HPC.
special congratulations go to Dr. Frances Merritt
who worked so laithtully in preparing tne required ma-
te: 11 in older that HPC be recognized with the society.
We are equally proud of the 12 students and 1957
iKiduates ot Howard Payne who have received charter
n-.i mbership ol the HPC chapter.
Thanks tor the hard work and interest in HPC and
WELCOME Kappa Delta Pi.
You are invited to an evening of fun and entertainment
At the annual BSU banquet. It's formal.
Make plans to be present Friday evening February 14
At Veda Hodge Dormitory.
P. S. I love you.
From the Library
Love Can Mean
The- cluck with its motto "Love
conquer all amor vincit omnia"
plajb a brief but conspicious part
in "B Love Possessed" by James
The motto suggests as does the
title that the book has love for
its theme. As a matter of fact it
presents us with many types of
love conjugal and parental pup-
py adulteious and sacred besides
self-love ambition and love of
one's good lepute.
Arthui Winner Jr. the hero of
'By Love Possessed" is 54 years
old a successful lawyer happily
maincd known for his kindness
wisdom and integrity. He tries to
be a man ot icason like his
father but he livea in a more
illogical world wheie all his
neighbors are swayed by passion.
For the two days of the stoiy
thej besiege his office they keep
his telephone nnging they sum-
mon him to chuieh or court they
pat their cars in his driveway
and call him outside they fling
their aims around his neck they
pound on the screen door of his
country house or stride in while
fingeiing a pistol; and all of them
even the man with the pistol-
are leading out of the depths for
his approval his advice or merely
From the Aug. 25 1957 "New
York Times Book Review" comes
the following appraisal by Mal-
colm Cowley: "It seems likely
that James Cozzens will be
recognued for whathe is one of
the country's truly "distinguished
MRS. EVANS MAKES TOUR
Mrs. Margery Evans of the
Business Department faculty and
her daughter Margery accom-
panied by David Strong senior
student toured the New England
States during the Christmas holi-
day. They visited Canada and Ni-
agra Falls enroute to the New
Sonja White and Suzanne Dale
JEAN ANNE COFFEE
H. G. Rutherford
Set Wedding Date
Jean Anne Coffee's cngagemon
to Hermap Glenn Rutheifoid son
of Mi. and Mrs. Li st( r Ruthei
foid of Mullin ha- been announc-
ed by her patents Mr. and Mrs
Russell F. Coffee of Bangs.
Miss Coffee is a graduate of
Bangs High School and is a jumo
at Howatd Payne.
The prospective bridegroom
graduated fiom Mullin High
School attended Howard Payne
and is at present employed by
General Motors in Arlington.
The Rev. Morgan Beach will
conduct the ceremony which will
be held in February in the First
Baptist Church at Bangs.
England States. They also saw
many other places of historic im-
portance including the Harvard
and MIT campuses in Boston
Bunker Hill Concord and Lex-
ington the United Nations Build-
ing in New York and the White
House Capitol Smithsonian In-
stitute and Archives Building in
Washington D. C.
Mrs. Evans and her daughter
visited another of Mrs. Evans'
daughters Mrs. Holman King
and her family in Washington.
Strong visited his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Richard W. Strong in
Have you examined yourself
lately? Arc you living for Christ?
Can lost people look at you and
at the way you live and tee Christ
in your life?
Christ warns us that the un-
profitable servant will be cast
into outer darkness where theie
will be weeping and gnashing of
teeth. He tells us in the Sermon
on the Mount that evrrv tree that
bungeth not forth good fruit is
hewn down and cast into the fire.
The Bible says we are fieo to
live as we choose for a time. We
can join the woild in -m and
have ousclvcs a "highheeled good
time." But can we be soul-winners
and live in sin with the rest
of the world''
Solomon said that he that win-
ncth souls is vw'. We mav logi-
cally assume from this that any-
one who doc- not win souls is
not wise. Christian if you aie
not living for God let the un-
piofitable servant go before he
casts him into outer darkness?
Christ destrayed the fig tree that
did not grow fruit.
The Bible carries it a step fur-
ther. Paul warns us to take heed
lest by any means we become a
stumbling block to them that arc
weak. In Corinthians He says that
when we cause one to stumble we
sin against Christ.
The Loid left each of us talents
to use for Him. What are you
doing with yours? If our Lord
weie to return today what shape
would you be in? '
To Him gave all the prophets
witness that through His name
whosever beheveth in Him shall
leceive remission of sins. Acts
Life Service Band closed out
the fall semester with an indoor
picnic in the WMU building at
Lake Brownwood Monday night.
Newly-elected officers for the
spring semester were installed af-
ter which Maty Price presented
a devotional to the group. Special
music was brought by Janette
The new officers are: Pat Ogle
presidnt; Ann Ford vice presi-
dent; Ann Bifflc recording sec-
retary; Thomas Potter treasurer;
Linda Cox enlistment vice presi-
dent; Jim West extension direc-
tor; Bonnie Stulken correspond-
ing secretary; Howard Schutt
business chairman; Jamc? Go-
forth song leader; Mary Carolyn
Hall pianist; Carole Parma re-
porter; Betty Skinner and Roland
Wilson mission co-chairmen; Bob-
bie Gilbert and Kenneth Backus
business fund co-chairmen.
Sets Night Class
A night course in applied arts
for both beginning and advanced
art students will be offered dur-
ing the Spring semester announc-
ed Charles Stewart head of the
The courses will consist of
drawing oil painting and water
color. Classes will meet from 6
until 9 p. m. Tuesdays and the
course is open to both credit and
Dr. Elizabeth Martin
101 West Anderson
Sip JfiJatl fid W V
The following predictions for
the New Year were taken from
"The Daily Texan's" "Forty
Acics" who copied it from the
"Syracuse Daily Orange:"
Edward R. Mot low will stop
Betty Furness will marry an
Norman Rockwell will be ar-
icsted for painting pornographic
covers for The Satuulay Evening
The Dean of Men will place the
Administration Building on social
Peny Como will take his hands
out of his pockets.
Sport Illustrated will make no
Nikita Khruschev will join an
Time Magazine will fail to use
an adjective when writing about
Harry S. Truman.
Senator John Kennedy will get
Walter Winchell will run out of
Gary Crosby will marry Gloria
Arthur Godfrey will fire his
Hitler will be found operating
a beer hall in Philadelphia.
Elvis Presley will be invited to
conduct the Philharmonic Sym-
phony Orchestra of New York.
J. Edgar Hoover will be invited
to speak at the opening of the
Governor Faubus will join the
Jayne Mansfield will join the
Brooklyn will secede from New
York State and move to Los
Texas oilman Hunt will buy
Lew Andreas will negotiate to
buy the Cleveland Browns.
Mike Todd will have a small
party for a few friends and buy
Antarctica for ice cubes.
Mickie Mantle will quit play-
ing baseball and go to college
majoring in underwater ballet.
In PE Schedule
Miss Betty Jo Reed head of the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment announced that theie
will be one or t wo women's
Physical Education classes offer-
ed next semester besides those in
The list will be posted in the
gym by next Monday January
A women's swimming class will
be offered in the first semester of
summer school in addition to
classes listed on the limited
Little Richard will piesent a re-
cital in Carnigie Hall.
Liberace will make a wrestling
Eleanor Roosevelt will stay at
home and tend to her knitting.
MRS. MARGORIE ELLIS
Alpha Chi Names
Mis. Margorie Ellis of Brown-
wood has been named sweetheart
of Alpha Chi Howard Payne's
scholastic honor society. She was
elected sweetheart of the organi-
. zatkm at a meeting Friday after.
noon January 10.
A 1955 graduate of Brownwood
High School Mrs. Ellis is a junior
at Howard Payne where she is
majoring in secretarial training.
She is the former Margorie
Piper and is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Piper of 1514
Second Street. Her husband
James also is a junior at Howard
Mrs. Ellis is a member of Alpha
Beta Sigma and the Urbanites at
Howaid Payne in addition to
Alpha Chi. She was named a
member of the honor society dur-
ing fall term 1957.
Alpha Chi's membership is
composed of students of the high-
est 10 per cent of the junior and
Other girl students nominated
for the honor weie Sue Howard
of Biownwood and Peggy Pate
Ninth and Ave. J.
Billy Clarke Pastor
C. T. Aly. Jr. Mus. Dir.
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