Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 15, 1954 Page: 4 of 4
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THE YELLOW JACKET
APRIL 15 1954
College Honors Frederic Libke Euell Porter at Special
Spring Convocation Service Friday April 9 in Chapel
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A spring convocation honoring btate Teachers College Hunts- at the LAiecters bummer music
sacred music was held at Howard I ville. He was tenor soloist in the Camp for two years and has been
anthem sung as a part of the con- J music leader at both Ridgecrest
vocation program. and Glorietta Baptist Encamp-
Paync College Friday April 9
during the regular chapel hour.
Honorary doctor of music degrees
were awarded by the college to
Professor Frederic Libke of Okla-
homa City and Edwin Euell Por-
ter professor of voice and church
music at Hardin-Simmons Univer-
The degrees were conferred by
Dr. Thomas H. Taylor president
of the college. Convocation pro-
gram activities included a proces-
sional of faculty and graduating
seniors garbed in traditional black
caps and gowns.
An anthem "Fling Wide the
from the cantata "The
Crucifixion." was sung by the
Howard Payne College Oratorio
Chorus under direction of Dr.
Clyde Jay Garrett.
Dr. Taylor was assisted in the
conferring of the degrees by Dr.
W. A. Todd head of the HPC Bi-
ble department and Dr. Z. T.
Huff dean of the college.
Professor Frederic Libke teach-
er of music at Howard Payne
from 1913-1918 is now a teacher
r f private piano in Oklahoma
C:y. He is a veteran concert pi-
anist and has taught at Oklahoma
Baptist University Oklahoma City
University and other schools in
Texas. California and Oklahoma.
A native of Marshall 111. he is
n graduate of the Indianapolis
Ind. Conservatory of Music
where he received his artist's di-
p ma. Professor Libke is a past
national chairman of junior music
education for the National Fed-
eration of Music CUibs.
For six years he served as edi-
tor of Oklahoma Music News. As
state chairman of American music
ho compiled the first listing of
American musicians which has
sir.ee been used by music pub-
lishers as a basis for enlarged
Edwin Euell Porter of Abilene
piffes-w at Hardin-Simmons Uni-
vt : -ity. is also minister of music
st Baptist Church there. He
10.13 graduate of Simmons
ltv. and received a master
i-Ttion degree in 1945 from
Professor Porter was a member
of the Christian Focus Week team
which came to Howard Payne on
March 22-26. Born at Franklin
Texas and educated in the public
schools of Calvert he has been
active in Baptist youth and music
work since his 'teens.
He has served as music director cation and sacred music
ments. A past president of the
Texas Music Educators Associa-
tion he has served as a choral
judge in many of the association's
Both Libke and Porter have
been recognized as distinguished
leaders in the fields of music edu-
1 1 7 Students Listed
On HPC Honor Roll
Final Audubon Screen Tour Program
Of Season Presented Here April 8
Two years 30000 miles of travel
and more than a thousand miles
of hiking went into the making
of an Audubon Screen Tour film
shown in Mims Auditorium here
Thursday night April 8.
The movie entitled "Wander-
land' was shown to Howard
Payne College students and a
crowd of local residents by Wil-
liam and June Wagoner artists-
naturalists from Homestead Fla.
The Wagoners who have spent
u lifetime exploring with cam-
eras have captured on color film
the joys of living in the out-of-doors
in close companionship with
Scenes in the film shown here
ranged from quiet woodland trails
Roy D. Wauson Goes
With Unit to Korea
PARKS AIR FORCE BASE
Calif. (Spl.) Pvt. Roy D. Wauson
jf 1509 First Street Brownwood
recently processed here with the
2349th Personnel Processing
Group en route to Korea.
Prior to his shipment to the Far
East Pvt. Wauson was stationed
at Fort Leonard Wood Mo. as a
heavy equipment operator. He is
nresently serving as special cate-
gory army with the Air Force.
Before entering the Army in
August 1953 Pvt. Wauson was
employed by the BMFD Cnnslruc-
"on Company of Lubbock. He at-
' -ndd H.uva'd Pavne College For
tin i " an I i-' h: If years. Ho i- the
to the majestic grandeur of such
places as Rainbow Bridge and the
Included in the movie were
scenes of undersea coral reefs of
Florida bird life in the Ever-
glades the Southwest desert in
bloom timberline trails in the
Sierra Nevadas big game in the
Rockies and pack trips into re-
mote canyons of Utah and Arizona.
Library Fines Listed
The following have overdue
books (old list):
John Baker Clyde Blair Joel
Becerra M. Bowman Ruth Cleve-
land John Brown Jack Cromar-
tin. G. W. Eiland Janice Fisher
A. R. Goddard Jan Ingram Beth
Lackey Bob Langston Ralph Mc-
Calmore. Don McCullough Bill
Moreland Hilda Pena Freeda
Richardson Frank Rutledge Al-
lan Tipps Jo Thomas Joe Wal-
lace. The following owe fines (old
Jim Brown Preston Brian
Clove Butler Frances Casto Mor-
ris Davis Bob Ekland Quint Far-
ley Joyce Garner Charles Dit-
more Dale Gore Ellen Hitt J.
Hughes Norma Jackson Alene
Jacobs Bob Langston Kenneth
Lynch Melba Lemon Billy Mc-
Clelland. Frances Miller Mary
Robert Orr. Gail Owens Bobbie
One hundred and seventeen stu-
dents at HPC are listed on the
honor roll for the first nine weeks
of the second semester according
to a report issued from the office
of G. G. Dickey registrar.
Of this total twenty-six are
freshmen seventeen sopho-
mores thirty juniors fifty-one
seniors and three graduate stu-
dents. From the school's total
enrollment of 642 18.22 per cent
of the student body are listed
on the honor roll.
Making forty-five honor points
were George Hank graduate;
George Adams sophomore; S. R.
Buckmaster senior; Mrs. Aubrey
Foster senior; P. T. Galiga senior;
Lenio Harvey freshman; Don In-
gle freshman; Bob Lynch senior;
Glenda Perrin senior; Lynn Ram-
sey senior; Fay Shows junior;
Bobby Slay maker junior; Joan
Walker junior and Kenneth
H. L. Futch senior and Don
Huckaby junior made forty-four
In the forty-three-point honor
group were Jack Carter junior;
Mrs. Helen Jackson senior; H. C.
Miller sophomore; Mary Anne
Morris senior; Bill Tennison ju-
nior and Beth Tolle freshman.
Twenty students made forty-
Ruth Roark graduate; Mrs. Mary
Armstrong senior; Robert Cooper
senior; Mrs. Mattie Combs senior;
Mrs. Anne Clark junior; Lila
Crawford junior; Daniel Gruver
junior; Camie Jay junior; Thom-
as Kimball freshman; Edward
Mercer sophomore; Paul Muhle
senior; Mrs. Bobbie Parson se-
nior; Shirley Pierce senior; Gen-
eva Reeves senior; Vaida Shirley
junior; William Simmons senior;
Eva Nell Turner senior; Sarah
Villamil junior; Glen Williams
junior; and Mrs. Barbara William-
Making forty honor points were
Robert Amrine freshman; Marjo-
rie Bowman senior; Darlene Bur-
rows freshman; Sylvia McBride
sophomore; Homer Reeves fresh-
man; Wallace Schneider senior
and Mary J. Smith freshman.
Students receiving thirty-nine
honor points were R. E. Alexan-
der senior; Willis Cash sopho-
more; Jean Clark senior; Lucy
Davis freshman; Ruth Ann Fowl-
er sophomore; Mrs. C. L. Cearley
senior; Victor Hankinson senior:
Mrs. Ellen Hitt senior; Allene Ja-
cobs senior; Mrs. Sam Jenkins
sophomore; Burts Kennedy se-
nior; Jack Edward Lee junior:
Travis Livingston sophomore:
Judson Nowotry freshman; Mar-
HPC Press Club
Members To Go
To Mexico Cily
two honor points. They are Mrs. tha Priddy junior; Martha Red-
fearn junior; Concessa Ruiz ju
nior; Juanita Sargent freshman;
Mrs. Jackie Shaw senior; Martin
Simmons sophomore; Almarine
Smith junior; Elsie Smith soph-
omore; Corinne Starr sophomore;
Linda Steere sophomore; Char-
lotte Strawn senior; Jerry Swan
fmclimnn. ..ti-l TCl'ilm Win.i JVneU
Three members of the Howard i
Payne College Press Club will i
represent the college as delegates! Mrs- Lona Holland freshman;
to the Texas Intercollegiate Press Carolyn Kiersky freshman; Glo-
' Association convention to be held ria Kimbro sophomore; Patsy
in Mexico City April 20-23. Lee- freshman and Charles Mc-
The delegates are Norman Fish- Bride freshman received thirty -or
and Bobby Seale both of ven honor points.
! Brownwood. and Henrv Burton of' Making thirty-six honor points
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"nti n will be held ;-t Mexieo
Two tiur of Mexico City and
th. -urrounding area are on the
agenda ior the visiting college
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Mrs. Helen Lawson junior: Mel-
vin liind-ey senior; John McCoy
freshman; Weldon MeElreath ju-
nior; Glenn Newton junior; Mrs.
Gail Owens freshman; Vernel!
Price junior; Mrs. A. B. Rhymes
junior; Willie Sue Savage junior:
W. E. Schubert junior; Jimmv
Thigpen freshman; Weldon Whi-
tis junior; Jim Wilder senior;
Ray Williams senior and Mn.
Mary Womack sophomore.
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