Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 6, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 17, 1950 Page: 1 of 4
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE LARGEST SENIOR
THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS
COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS
BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1950
Stale Fair Lures Press Ar! Glubs-
Chemisiry Class Makes Early Star!
The Ail .iml Pn-s Clubs of
l.owaid I'imii' visited the State
I' nr ill T-. is Thurs la1- October
12 Willi Mi mifl Mrs. Charles
.' .. rt as sponsors. The princi-
np isc of this trip was to vis-
Art Exhioil which featured
original painting of Washing-
C.'iMsf:ni! the Deleware from
' Mi tiopohtati Museum of Art.
'I i.i paintings aui modern cul-
. !"- wete also pi esented in the
S'.u.'.ents attending the Fair
'ami tin- group were: Robbie
Kairl Fannie King. Mollv Ross
Vila Fa- Dillon. Pat Hates and
A'mi atli'iulinv weie Dale Cole.
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II. Eli 'Uieili Scott. Elclon Os-
i i. J .iiti '). -co. Tivva Ogles-
1 Iia Simtiioti.s. J mi Bagby. and
Oti I. were Virginia Reynolds.
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MISS MOHTE HILL DAVIS sophomore (right) at North Texas State
College and Dr. Isaboll Scionti left
uavis concert at the Mims Auditorium en October 24
Misi Moi.'i D.imi will appear
fin the coin fit sttif-i' o the How-
ard I'a.Mie Minis Auditorium
Tuesday October 21 at cit-lit P.M.
M..vi Davis i- piesented by the
Biownwfioil Mumc Teachers As-
sociation and the Howard Payne
As a bidliaut youni' pianist!
Miss Davis appeared with the Dal-
las Symphony last season and
will continue to appear with them
this .season She is a student ar-!
tist of 1. Isabel Scionti (if Den-
Program lor the concert is as
Sonata in D Major KfiG7 Mozart
Chauitine in D Minor Bach
Radio Production Class Sets Initial
Broadcast For Airwaves Tonight
The new Howard Payne Col-1 College piesident.
lege radio series goes fin the air
Wednesday night on Station
A. D Whtsenant popular local.
announcer and radio supervisor
for Howard Payne College is di-
rector of the programs. Whisen-
ant's radio production class at
Howard Payne is in charge of thu
script writing continuity timing
and studio production.
Tuesday nighVs program will
feature a short uddress by Dr.
Thomas H. Taylor Howard Payne
I roadway Eleanor Henry Har-
old Townsencl Jack Ilarrell and
The Press Club visited the press
photography exhibits in the Art
P. .ff.tiOMI- n V Wi iw.l ....
.. 1 V. If. lllllt-lfll.OJIl.1
and numbers of his Chemistry
classes vis-ited the Fiiir in Dallas
) loin r 12 to see the Atomic en-
.uy exhibit the inlural science
lispiav. and the Health demon-
Thi group met tit the profes-n".-
home at 3:00 a. m. for break-
r befoie leaving for the Fair.
Mrs. Wincbronner served the
p with breakfast.
Members who went wote: Wal-
do Ptat.-r. Mail; Carroll Betty
IV.lhr I. Norma Jo Brurnley Jack
S'ni !. James Lively. Norvol
V.'-lfh. Herbert Wells Vernon
.'ollemon. Tommie White Max-
ine W;ie". and John Robnetl.
The fir works display was one
of the added at tt actions attended
bv till- ITOltp.
will appear together during Miss
1 Nocturne m B Flat Minor
2. The Cat and the Mouse
'.). Une Barque Sur L'Ocean
R a reek
4. Islamey Balakirev
Concerto m B Flat Minor
Andante noil Tmppee K Motto
Oichestnal accompaniment will
be played by Dr. Scionti tin the
Miss Davis' performance will
mark the lust concert to be pre-
- tilted tin the new Baldwin Con-
cert Piano which has leccntly
been purchased for the Minis Au-
litonum. Music lor the programs will bo
under the direction of Dr. Clyde
J. Garrett and will include select-
ions by the Howard Payne Choir
Men's Quartet and soloists
Each program in the series will
open with the specially arranged
theme song "Say It With Music."
Other music of the first program
will be a Czech folk song "Tradl
Nuka' and two sacred selections
"The Great Awakening" and "Set
Down Servant" the lutter a Ne-
Mrs. H. H. Hargrove announced
that her class in Debate and Dis-
cussion held a panel discussion
Friady October 13 as their first
The question discussed was
"What should be done to secu e
Group leaders were Floral Fra-f-er
and J. W. Minika.
Members of Miss Frazer's group
were Joy Garrett Mrs. Virunia
Malum an 1 Joe Guthrie.
Mr Vinika's jyoup were: Mis
Kfie F"i weather. Morris Bishop
R. C Hammock and David
The purpose of this class is to
study and practice principles of
: u ;s n and debating issues
ff-h '-peech s'.andards. This
discu-sum was the climax of the.
ntroduction to principles m
speech discussion which the class
has stu lied since its organization
OFFICERS OF CLAS
'I he Sophomore class of How
! Payne met recently to cum-
'X u their election of officers for
iii. firsit semester.
R. C. Hammock from Fort
Worth was elected president.
Other oflicers elected were: Dav-
id Reynolds vice-president; Wan
da Traylor secretary; Bob Hen-
.ierson treasurer; Betty Dean
.eportei ; J. W. Jones chnister
ind Lois Wines pianist.
Sponsors for the class are Mrs.
Torres Mrs. Johnson and Dr. W.
Convenes At Tarleton Oct. 20" 2 I
English teachets from District.
XI will hold their annual fall '
woiksnop this year on the Tarle-
on Slate College campus at Ste-
hcnvi!le October 20-21.
High school and college Eng-
i.sb leathers will convene these
im da to discuss and study
u'th id" of coordinating high
onl an college grammar and
Di Cleo McChristy head of
he Howard Payne English De-
1 .11 tment will act as chairman of
the program. Miss Marjorie
e.iresham junior and senior Eng-
lish teacher at Brownwood High
lormeily held this position.
The program consists ot the
The address of welcome will be
delivered by E. J. Howell of John
Tarleton followed by music by
the John Tarleton Fine Arts De-
partment. Participating fin the program
will be Helen Post Wright from
Daniel Baker College Kate Fields
from Bangs High School and Mrs
Jewel Guyer from Brownwood
High School. Mr. V. C. Windsor
of the San Angelo Junior College
will speak on the program.
A tea by the Tarleton Home
Economics Department will be
sponsfiied for the convention
Miss M. Kelso will discuss
"Trends" and Troy C. Crenshaw
will discuss "Themes." Miss Kel-
Alpha Chi Elects
Officers For Term
The How'ard Payne Chapter (if
the Alpha Clu met October 10
1950 at four-thirty for Its first
meeting of the semester. The fol-
lowing officers were selcted:
Royce Burrows as the president;
Ann Self vice-president; Maxine
Wiley secretary; Treva Ogles-
by treasurer; and Juanlta Payne
reporter. New members were vot-
ed into the organization and it
was decided that the permament
meeting place would be in the
parlor of Howard Payne Hall The
next meeting will be Tuesday Oc-
tober 24 1050 at four-thirty.
Dean Huff led the group in a clos-
The reason a woman can't be
president is because when she
throws her hat into the ring by
the time people recognize what it
is the election is over.
ithird annual band
OCT. 31 WITH YELLOW JACKETS AS HOST
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Mrs. Beulah Lambeit wife ol
Howard Payne student. Bill Lam-
bert. resigned a- secretaiy to the
business oftice recently. Mrs.
'Lambert wlm is a former HPC
student has acted as secretary to Mi. Lvans is lrtim Crowoll Tex-
J. H. Shelton business manager I a an. is the wife of Henry Ev-
since February. She had previous
.y worked for the office for two
ears. Mrs. Lambert plans to care!
so is a member of the English fac-
ulty at Big Lake High School and
Mr. Crenshaw is professor til Eng-
list at Texas Chiistian Umvorsitv.
Friday nigh I October 20 Dr. T.
F. Mayo from the Texas A&M
English Department will speak at
a dinner. Following the dinner
the teachers will be guests ol Tar-
leton at the Midwestern Univer-
sity "B" Team-Tai lettiii State loot
Other entertainment listed on
die program include a Delta Kap-
pa Gamma luncheon which will
be held at noon Saturday October
21. Miss Autrey Nell Wiley will
speak tin "English Everyday ol
More than fine-hundred teach-
ers from this district have been
invited to attend this meeting.
Among those invited aie: Mrs.
Helen Albertson Miss Eula Has-
kew Dr. Cleo McChristy and Mr.
Yantis Robnett all teachers in
the Howard Payne English Department.
Members Of Fine Arls Depl.
To Appear For Eastland Oub
The Fine Arts Depaitinent of Howaul Payne College will
be presented before the Eastland Music Study Club October 17
in ii presentation til student and facultv talent and artistry
The Madrigal singers Dr. (lanetl Professor Fredenek
Thiebaud and Mrs. Eloise Glove will be presented on the pro-
grain. Mrs. Dorothy Gariett will act .as gioiip accompanist.
The Program includes:
"Bless The Lord O My Soul Migail Ipohtoff-Ivanoff
I'm A Poor Wayfaring Stranger Traditional
Four Chorales Horn the Mold "Jesti Priceless Treasure" Bac h
The Madrigal Singers
Se tu M'ami .
(If Thou Lov'st Me)
The Sailors Wife
Song of Joy
Eloise Grove Contralto
Frederick Thiebaud Accompanist
On Wings of Song Mendelssohn-Liszt
Jeux d'Eau Ravel
Waltz Op. (14 No 2. Chopin
Frederick Thiebaud Pianist
Hear Me! Ye Winds- and Waves! Handel
Aria from the Opera "Seipio"
Tally-Ho! . Franco Leoni
Anhelo (Longing) Arranged by Anna Case-
Courage . Huhn
Clyde Jay Gariett Baritone
Dorothy Garrett Accompanist
Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day (Mikado) Gilbert & Sullivan
Tradi Nuka Austris A Wihtol
The Sleigh Richard Kountz
The Madrigal Singers
Im mi lioim and children now
Mrs Henry Evans formeily
I Helen Calloway has assumed the
duties of se retary in the office.
n. Blown Co'itity Abstracttir.
The Lackland Air Field Band
will airive in Brownwood October
OF HONOR FOE
'The Air Force Band of the
West" 's composed of the mem-
bers if the combined .")3!)th and
(iJ'ith Air Force Funds at Lack-
land AFB San Antonio Texas.
A total ol Oil airmen comprise the
un.t with each group operating
Willi a strength of 34 personnel.
Developed and expanded under
Maj Gin. Charles w. Lawrence
eoinmanditu geueial of the USF
Indoctrination Center the unit
has served as "good will" ambas-
s.idurs for the Gateway to the Air
I nice- Base and the United States
Extiemely versatile the band
can quickly be organized into
maicniiig dance band ensembles
and s.v nipl'.onie concert band.
Theie aie thice drum majors who
alien ite their duties. S-Sgt. Lou-
is ?.Iedina S-S.tt. El nest Shannon
and Sgl Joseph Liberatore.
Commanding Otlicer and Con-
ductor is CV.'O Samuel Kuitz
who . cbly assisted by WO.IG
Veiiii.ii E. Pi odor. Mr. Kurtz
giadu.iteci imm Pennsylvania
(State C'o'Uge vvheie he attained
.U lot the annual band clinic and
Sliest emu ens that fla The band
dtnttffl bv Chief Warrant Oflicer
Samuel Kurt will present an af
ternoon concert as miest artists
of the clinic They also will par- lld llat invitations have been
licipate m a stunt and carching ' .-cut to 4.'5 other bands for the clin-
deiiconstiation with oth'-r isit-ic. 'Ibis will be the third annual
mu band-; The fifty menibeis oi i band clinic which has been spon-
Lackland Band will a.-.ul in con -
FIELD BAND SLATED AS GUEST
CGKCERT AND B.
i ;i BS Degree and served as as.-tis-
tant director of the USAF Band
under Col. George S. Howaul. In
August of 1041) he returned to his
almo niiiler for a summer session
to receive a Master in Mumc Edu-
cation c inn Laude.
WOJG Vernon E. Proctor abs-
tain conductor is former direct-
or of the Vlilith AAF Band at
Lockboiirne AFB and music di
ll ectot with the all airmen "Opei -
rtron Happiness" show. He at-
I tended Columbia University and
Jullrard School of Music
T-Sgt Robert S MiPherson and
Sgt. Anthonv J. Murphy are ar-
rangers; Librarian and Script
Writer is Sgt. William E. Harder
while T-Sgt. Albert F. Milne and
Sd. Lester B. Hcscltine share
the administrative duties.
"The Air Force Band of Hie
West" has made numeious trips
to siirioundiug communities lor
parades and concerts throughout
the sou 'Invest and has gamed
wide reputation through its week-
ly Sunday noon half hour broad-
cast over Radio Station WOAI in
San Antonio. The aggregation has
also played befoie many high
school groups and made seveud
appearances for recruiting.
Tups have included playing Im
Dailcy Biotheis Circus at then
Dr. A A. Brian To Hold First Revival
Since Arrival At Local Church
DR. A. A. BRIAN
Dr. A. A. Brian vice-president
and graduate of Howard Payne
College is holding his first re-
vival since retiring to Brown-
wood at the Belle Plain Baptist
-rfVt ifA!i'iASSS-W'M viN-
t.uc im 4 clinic demonstrations on
j u u mstiuincnts during the
A. T. Estes HPC band director
1 - u d b HPC.
show im the entertainment of the
Inl.ni!:ie l'auih.sis Victims at
Goii.iles. Warm sPrings Founda-
tion Genales Texas and as Hon-
or Guaifl loi Governor Beauford
Jester at Gotiaks in May 1949.
The unit also faveled to Cald-
well. Texas on May 1!!. 1949 tt)
play for dedication ceremonies for
the American Legion Home; made
ii t ip to Monahan Texas August
1"). 194') to pla V-.I Day Celebra-
tion parade representing the Air
Force; and played a one hour con-
cert foi the Texas Bandleaders
Association in Olmos Park. San
Antonio. August :)0 1949.
On October 14 1949 "The Air
Force Band of the West" flew to
roit Leven worth Kansas to par-
ticipate in the American Royal
Livestock show held in Kansas
City on the loth. The unit rend-
eied a one hour concert for the
personnel stationed at Fort Lev-
envvorth and served as the official
band for the Texas Cavaliers hon-
or i nests at the parade.
Two Trainee Units
Two additional musical units
under llu supervision ol the Con-
ductor and Commanding Officer
ol "The Air Fence Band of the
We-t" ar-- Basic Bandsman Train-
inc Pio.ect and WAF Basic Train-
(Continucd on page four)
Church The revival began Wcd-
ii 1 iv Oe tobei II and will con-
tinue until October 22. Services
will b held twice daily. The af-
tc i -Kii service will be at 12:30
i'e I ii U and the night service will
in gin ut 7..10 P. M.
Re v Fied D. Blake student of
li iu.i'.I Payne College and Pastor
. the Belle Plain Baptist Church
w.li lead the singing and also pre-
sc nt part ol the special music.
Dr A A. Brian came to How-
ard Pavue last March from
Brownfield where he had been
pastor for six years. He gradua-
ted from Howard Payne in 1933.
He held the pastorate at Level-
lanel for nine and a half years and
at Littlelreld. He was missionary
for District 9 and a member of
the Wayland College board of
tiustees for fifteen years.
Wavlnnd College presented
first Doctor of Divinity ever to bo
given by that school to Rev. Brian.
"Every student is invited and
urged to attend these services"
Dr. Brian announced
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