The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXV, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, January 17, 1958 Page: 4 of 4
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201 NORTH CENTER
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right down to it. He remembered the
most important item the Coke! Yes
people will forgive you almost anything
if you just remember to bring along
their favorite sparkling drink ice-cold
Coca-Cola. Do have another professor!
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For Dorm Tea
Mrs. James Vardaman dean
of women was the honored guest
at a "farewell tea" Tuesday eve-
ning in the formal parlor of
Decorated to carry out the
color scheme of red and pink the
serving table was covered with
red net over a pink cloth. Red
flowers decorated with pink
bows and greenery presented an
attractive center piece.
Mrs. Vardaman Vivian Chand-
ler president of Hodge Dormitory
and Sue Teaguij president of
Yantis Hall stood in the re-
Earlina Crawford served spiced
tea while Carol Mussett and Linda
Harbour served other refresh-
ments; Janice Ford and Pat Wilde
greeted the guests.
CARPENTER FOR MAYOR
W. C. (Bill) Carpenter was the
first candidate to file for the of-
fice of mayor of Brownwood for
the coming elections. His candi-
dacy was filed last Friday with
City Secretary James Embrey.
Carpenter president of Texas
Feathers Inc. is a vice-president
of the Howard Payne College
board of trustees.
to Look Your Best
SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
CV-n-Cola Company by
Students were reminded by col-
lege officials this week of the
imporance of complying with the
schedules and deadlines establish-
ed for the close of the fall semes-
ter and the opening of the new
Finals officially start Saturday
morning with the close of the fall
semester set for the following
Saturday January 25.
Scheduled For HPC
"Operation Clean-Up" will be
conducted Saturday morning on
the streets around the campus
announced Bobby Parker dean
Because of the number of stu-
dent cars parked on the campus
streets day and night he ex-
plained the city has been un-
able to clean the streets.
To make the clean-up pos-
sible students are asked to put
their cars in the campus park-
ing lots when they park them
Friday night and to keep the
streets around the campus clear
of parked cars until noon Sat-
urday. Infirmary Rules
Students were reminded Thurs-
day by Bobby Parker dean of
students that certain medical
shots and prescriptions are re-
quired by state law to be ad-
minisleied only on order of a
Students who need such medi-
cines and aro using the services
of the school nurse must submit
to her the authorization from their
physicians Mr. Parker explained.
Students who do not have a
personal physician here may find
a list of Biownwood doctors post-
ed in the infumary to help them
in the selection of a physician to
Just South of Traffic Circle
Fine Watchos and Diamonds
Santa Fe Watch Inspection
407 Vi Center Avenue
766 WEST COMMERCE
Owner and Operator
Is Set For Finals
Teachers are to have all grades
into the registrar's office by 8
a. m. January 25. Grade cards will
be available to the students at 8
a. m. Monday January 25 in the
Student Center said Mrs. B. O.
In preparation for registration
To Walker Library-
Announcement of two more
donations to Walker Memorial Li-
brary were made this week by
Miss Frances Burrage librarian.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gault have
donated 16 volumes from their
private library. Donations from
Truett Vinson include "Zambesi"
(J. F. McDonald) and "A Secret
Understanding" (Merle Miller).
Students To See
Garvin For Jobs
Mr. A. C. Garvin director of
student scholarships announced
yesterday that students wishing
to keep their workships next se-
mester must see him and renew
Garvin also said there are still
jobs open to students wishing to
He said the renewing and ap-
plying must be done by registra-
tion time January 27.
COX - (Continued from Pg. 3)
His closest competitor is Al
Schomber of Sul Ross State who
is 18.8 in 11 outings and gradual-
ly closing the gap.
James Barker of east Texas con-
tinues to lead individual free
thiow shooters with 24 of 27 for
a .889 percentage and Schomber
shows the way in rebounding
with an average of 13 per game.
Sul Ross leads the scoring race
with a 73.4-point average and
Stephen F. Austin holds first in
defense with permitting but 49.1
points per game by opponents.
East Texas has a 52.0-point de-
fensive average both good enough
to be ranked nationally.
SFA is first in team field goal
shooting with 295 good in 631
attempted for .467 per cent. Sul
Ross holds the team rebound
honors with an average 48 caroms
BOBCATS (Continued from Pg 3)
were behind in the free throw de-
pal tment 24-13. The Jackets were
chaiged with 24 personals while
the Bobcats weie detected on only
Doyle Rogers ran second in
scoring for the losers. He hit 14
points followed by Owen's 12 and
Cox' 9 point production.
This marked the third con-
ference loss for Howard Payne in
four starts and the margin in the
thiee setbacks was a total of only
208 E. BAKER
"Shorty" Cornelius Owner
J. H. Hendricks
HAVE YOUR SHOES
Shoes and baas dved and
refiniahed to match any
114 E. Chandler
for the spring semester each stu-
dent must see his advisor be-
fore Monday January 27 Mrs.
Herring stressed. Students also
may pick up registration book-
lets in the Student Center be-
ginning January 20 and fill them
out before registration.
Registration is scheduled Mon-
day and Tuesday January 27-28
with the firt classes of the new
semester scheduled Wednesday
There will be no division of
classes for students at registra-
tion this semester Mrs. Herring
said. Students will be registered
on a "first come first served"
basis for the two days.
TO BE GIVEN
Freshmen students and trans-
fers entering Howard Payne for
the first time this spring se-
mester as well as freshmen
students already here who have
not yet taken the required ACE
Psychological and Kuder Pre-
ference Tests will take them
at 1 p. m. either Wednesday
or Thursday. January 30-31 in
the BSU Room announced Bob-
by Parker dean of students.
Life Service Band BSU Room
Circle K Bell Club Room 6:15
Volunteer Mission Band BSU
Room 6:30 Friday.
Student Council TV Parlor
Hodge Dotm Tuesday 9 a.m
Ministerial Alliance BSU
Room 7:00 Tuesday.
Ministers' Wives Bell Club
Room 7.00 first and third Tuea-
Jackets for Jesus BSU Room
Uibanites time and date to be
Alpha Chi library 5:30 sec-
Alpha Beta Sigma Hodge
Dorm 6:45 first and third Tues-
days. Jacket Co-eds Hodge Dorm
Thursday time to be announc-
ed. TSEA Bell Club Room 5:45 on
third Tuesday; 5:00 small dining
loom on first. Tuesday.
ASU Council Hodge Dorm
time and date to be announced.
Pi Kappa Delta Main Build-
ing 7:00 Thursday.
Alpha Rho Tau Art Building
Cen-Tex Aggie Club DEC
7:00 first Monday.
YWA TV parlor Hodge Dorm
Young Democrats Club 202
Main Building 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day. Spanish Club Mims Auditor-
ium Room 300 6:30 p.m. first
and third Mondays.
Science Club Bell Club Room
Vets' Club Hodge Dorm 7 p.m.
Press Club Journalism Build-
ing 2:30 p. m. Thursday.
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The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXV, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, January 17, 1958, newspaper, January 17, 1958; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102694/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.