The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, September 18, 1959 Page: 1 of 4
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The HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE
BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 18 1959
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WHAT S III VI" NAME
( o. Iici'ill( ilictk liisliiniii
til it 'isti.ition.
Kighteen in w fai nit j mi mbers
haw- joimil tin- staff at I low. ml
Pawn- Colli m- tins fall alllioiini i-d
l)r (lu li Newman pn sident
The new la ult nii-inhi-rs in-
Francis (!. .Miller loinicrlj with
May lor l'niersit who joined tho
stall" .is assistant prolcssor ol psy-
i holoMv anil ih an of nun lie is :i
I'll li i aniliilate at May lor.
IClIis .Nei i e i;isty who organized
tin- music ilep.ii iiiH-nl and division
ol s.u-iiil niiisn at Mississippi Col-
lcgi in Clinton. .Miss is chniiinaii
ol tin- music division here lie has
i oiuplcieil iniii h of his work for
tin- dot lor ill education decree at
(iioigc 1'eahody College.
(iiaie Aledllli (Mis Kllis Neeco)
121st . who lias In i u dean of
woiin n i Mississippi Collcgi since.
1U in ionics hire in the same pusi-
An nil porliail of Dr (iuy 1).
Newman president was pie.seiited
to the college as a gilt ti'oni the
senior i lass of l!i.ri!i i 1 un.ixi tir
the spring i .imiueiii i-iiieiit jirogi.iui
in Minis Audi tori um.
Creg l!cir of I-'oit Worili senior
class presiilenl made t In- pies-enta-tinn.
Merry expressed the houd ol
affection between the graduating
class and Dr. Newman who start-
ed their work at How aid Payne to-
gether four years ago as president
and as lrcslimuu.
The portrait was painted hy Mrs.
Paul Stephenson amr her daughter
Mrs-. I'aulinc Maiceaux of Slicri-
dtiii ArK 'it is in the main readiiiK
room of Walker .Memorial Library.
AGAIN? ItcyixtMi Mis. Ii O. Hi nin seated light and Jtmior Lin
.sclndnle cards and lili the nanus accniding to a code in a last .step
tion She holds
the bachelor of
scieni i decree from
Is-oiii I Slate College
ol alls (Icimcc lroni
Tliomas U. Anm-l assistant pro-
tessnr ol phvsies completed work
this siiminer lor the master of
seii in e decree a Ithe l'niirsitv of
j i Kails i-- i fornu-rlv was em-
ploM d at Noiiliiope Aim aft ("oip-
oraliiiii ol llawthornc Calitornia
and 'i stiimlioii.se Clictriial Col p-
if.it inn ol Kansas Cit Missouri
.limnn Slu.ii I Dew. wlio has ist
i onipli ted six nioiiilis of uniiv
ti. lining is assis-lanl proh ssoi of
i In misii . He holds tin niasii r of
SI ience ieJ4l'i c I roll! l-'.aslirn iw
Mi-mio l'liiversjiv. with liis major
woi K in ( hemistry.
Ralph (I l-'anclli nieut stinb ut
ill Mavlor I'niersii loins the
fai ult as a iiihnieian in theatre
lie leieiM-d Ins nias'ler of arts de-
Xi in diaiua tiom Maor this
How. ml C Davis tornn r Howard
I'.IMK stllllelll pi'lls till fil( ull as
in-1 nil loi in animal hiisiiandr
lie ur.iduatcil tiom Texas W-M
ICiilleui- in August l)ais uwiis a
I I'llllf ll solllhwesl of MlliWllWoi.il
Man. mi (.Mis (iUniii l.owiancc
fonmiM an ail li ai ln-r in Mrow n-
xuiod pulilu s( luiols-. is an issis-
tant piolesMir ol ail idiiialion
She has the niastei of ails di uvc
fiom Texas Woiik n's I mvi rsity
and has done wink in ihc cilucatiiui
division at III'C
Dr Thomas I l-'osier who has
In i ii assis-iant piofi ssor of business
t dm .ition at laiin.- Mcach Slate Col-
lege two cais conies as ( hairtiiau
of Ho- Divisio not llusiness ICdui a-
tinn ami direitor of l he I A clinic
Division lie holds the doctor of
ediiiation denrcc from the L'nivur-
sil of Nebraska.
.lanies Chao-SeilK .Ma a native of
China who is a I'll I) candidate at
tin I niirs-it of Texas joins tho
family as assix late pi ofessor of
((onoiiiKs. lie has the bachelor of
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KKADY l() (.ALL Tllli HOLL Seventeen new teaelieis tins vi.n aie: Left to riylit seated Mrs.
Don Vhliott. Mis Cleiin Lowianee Mi.s. Ellis Neeee l-:isey Mi.s. Miiiam Gentry Mis. A. T. Brat-
ton Mis. Hiaiisloul Kiil.iiik and Dr. Lola H. Cove. Standing Mis. Dale Mane.ss John H. Harley
Ilalph ranelli Jiniiny Stuait Duw Ellis Neeco Els'ev James Cliao-Seng Ma Ilowaid Davis Thomas
1! Anyel Di 'lliomas L. Eoster and Eiancis G. Miller.
ducafson Division Leads List
n Total Student
first count of ciirollnu'iit for
the l'l.Vi-fiu fall term ut Howard
1'ii.Mic rci:ilcd a total or l.oi.'i
student. lii( li is ( pe toil to swell
notK eull Ill-ion- registration ili-ail-
This figure iloi-s not include some
Tlirei new laiiL'iiam- classes two
in Latin and one in Spunis-h have
hei n added to the fall schedule at
Howard Payne Collem- Dr. Guy I).
Newman president has announced.
Tlie two olferiiiKs- in Latin are
beidnnliiK courses. They will be
taiiBlit at s a.m. and !i:Uu a.m. each
Tuesday and Tliursday.
These courses will bo taught by
-Mrs. Mransford Kubank who holds
a masters deroe from Columbia
l'nivers-ity and has done extensive
work in the laiiKuaKe field.
A course in elementary conver-
sational Spanish open to al' in-
terested adults will be included in
i lie niKiii ciass scneilule. It may
be taken for college credit or as a
non-credit course and has been
scheduled for (i to j p.m. each
Tuesday in Walker .Memorial Li-
brary. Instructor for the course is Mrs.
Susie Hell Torres head of tho
Spanish Department assisted by
Klso Carcia student from Cuba.
evening courses which are still ac-
leplinc registration at class meet-
ings tliioimli the week. Saturday is
the final deadline for all regular
students to register for the fall
linn according to Mrs. M. O Hor-
' Fi inn all indications it looks as
though we may jro above last year's
lecord eniollineiit of l.nsi." stated
The Division or Fducatlon which
encloses courses in education psy-
( holosy. art and physical education
ranks first with a total enrollment
of l.i:i2. "This fiRiire runs hiKlur
than the college enrollment you
understand because many studunta
are taking more tlian one course
in the same division" explained
Approximately 815 had register-
ed under the Division of Language
and Literature. The Division of
So'cial Sciences showed a total of
filil in the various departments of
The fourth highest enrollment
came in the Hlblo Division with
l!i7 registered. A tally of some 460
registered in courses under the
Division of Business.
"We are extremely pleased with
the new advisory system" said
Mrs. Herring "because everyone
was able to confer with his advisor
and save taking unnecessary
She also commented that the
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The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, September 18, 1959, newspaper, September 18, 1959; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102742/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.