The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 27, Ed. 1, Friday, April 22, 1960 Page: 4 of 4
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Fresiim Women Pull Sn Honors;
Form New Society For Such
Twelve freshmen students are
candidates for membership into the
Freshmen Women's Honor Society
being organized on campus accord-
ing to Mi";. K X. Elsey. dean of
They include Jane Andrnde
Clorla Andrews I'eggy Crow Peg-
gy Conkliu Ronia Holcomb Mar-
tha Sue Peace liarbara Rogers
ilorothy Skelton Linda Tliomas
Jlnry Kllen Wat Hon. liarbara Wilkes
and (ilenda Yandell.
Members of the society must
have a 2.." grade average or better
on fifteen hours of academic work.
Membership in the society will lie
on a limited basis with only the
top academic freshmen being in
vited for membership.
Initiation for the current mem-
bers will be held April 23. The
s-ocicty will be under the direction
of Mrs. Klsey until sponsors can be
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Shampoo dry comb out and spray net all for the special
price of 50c just V2 dollar on Mondays and Tuesdays.
All other days:
Shampoo and set 85c
Kair cut 75c
Tints or bleaches or soap' caps $3.50
Special prices on permanents always. Get that style changed
to the new trend. All personel has special training in all
new styles. All done under the direct supervision of Mr.
Gene Vance. Call 5-2353 and make that appointment now
or you do not need to have an appointment. If you just
decide for that last minute shampoo and set just dart on
down to Garys Beauty College.
Juniors To Stage
Feast For Seniors
The annual Junior-Senior ban-
quet theme is to bo "Spring Time
in Outer Space" April 30 S p.m.
Plans have boon under way for
a month or more to make this a
successful banquet said Elwana
Hawthorne and Hob Raton com-
Tickets for the banquet went on
sale April 1! stated Jean Flowers
ticket chairman. Prices are $2 for
juniors who have not paid their
class dues and guest dates other
than juniors or seniors. Juniors
who have paid tlic'r class dues1 and
seniors will be damitted free if they
pick up their tickets.
Tickets may be secured from
Jean Flowers Ann Hendrick
Oleta Yousey. Linda Shaw and
Richard Clrant. Ticket sales end
Wednesday April 27 and every-
one who plans to go to the banquet
is urged to get tickets by that
date or it will be impossible to
The Yellow Jacket April 22
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Education for Leadership in Theology
Religious Education and Church Music at
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Director of Admissions
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
2825 Lexington l!d. Louisville 6 Ky.
Please send me the following:
Application for admission to the:
O School of Theology
School of Church Music
D School of Religious Education
ARROW COACH LINES
A'orth & West
It. Worth Diillus
Kast & South
3:10 A.M. U -SO A.M. 1:25 A.M.
11:15 A.M. 2:00 P.M. 9:20 A.M.
1:15 P.M. 2:20 P.M.
10:00 P.M. 7:15 P.M.
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Speech Troupe Gets
Four of tbo eight HPC students
who attended the Southern Speech
Association convention returned
lust week with "excellent ratings"
for their participation. Awards of
"excellent" and "superior" were
given to outstanding participants in
the forensic events hold during
the convention week.
Receiving "excellent" ratings in
oral interpretation were Elinor
Held Tirownwood freshman; Joe
Owathmey Brownwood freshman
and John Crane San Antonio
freshman. Pat Craus Beaumont
senior was awarded an "excellent"
rating in after dinner speaking.
Ciwathmey also received an "ex-
cellent" rating in congressional
Dr. McDonald Held Southern
Speech Association president was
presented a silver pitcher following
his presidential address by the Tex-
as delegates attending the conven-
tion. Held in Winston-Salem N. C.
pril l-S at the Robert R. Lee
Hotel the convention was host to
universities and colleges from 13
SIGN THE DOTTED LINE PLEASE - Miss Marjorie Jones
missionary to Ghana Africa and a participant in the recent Texas
Girls' Auxiliary Queen's Court here smilingly signs an autograph
book for Pamela Wright of Lubbock. As a featured speaker for
the sessions Miss Jones emphasized the fact that "The countries
in Africa are getting their freedom little by little." The Baptist
worker has spent one year in Nigeria and two and one half in
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Carbon sophomore James Morrow
recorded a first place finish in the
220-yard dash. He pulled ahead In
the last MO yards for a 22.2 per-
formance and took second in the
100 with a 10 flat.
In the two-mile run. IIPC placed
second third and fourth with
Cathright. Myers and Raul Dalder-
rama respectively. Olathright turn-
ed in a good 0:17.S finishing 10
yards behind the winner.
III'C took second places In the
broad jump low hurdles and 440-
yard dash. Ben Norton was second
to Keller in the broad jump and
C.ary Petross finished in a runner-
up slot to Keel in the low hurdles.
Sophomore David Noble waxed
to a 19.2 410-timing his best of
the year but couldn't bold up to
ace Negro cindorinan Dave Rober-
son. who recorded a sterling 48.3.
UPC Coach J. H. (Cap) Sholton
was more than pleased with his
mile relay team which was far
from pressed in winning.
"Keller turned in a 4S.0 Tvoy
in. I Santiago. 10.3. and Noble a
lit. 2. That adds up to 3:15.0-our
best timing of the year" he noted.
It is not known how long Hol-
comb will be off the scene. Shelton
judged that he might bo off the
discus battle field for a couple of
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correct beverage you can possibly
order on campus. Just look around you.
What are the college social leaders
going for? Coca-Cola! So take a leaf
out of their Ivy League book and do the
same! Enjoy the good taste of Coke!
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The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 27, Ed. 1, Friday, April 22, 1960, newspaper, April 22, 1960; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102768/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.