The Megaphone (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. , No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1948 Page: 4 of 6
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INTRODUCING THE 1948 SOU’WESTER
STAFF AND THE MEGAPHONE STAFF
P»*e 4 THE MEGAPHONE v Tuesday, May 4, 1948
Vic’s MEG Staff
The MEGAPHONE staff is
headed by Victor Dittmar this
year, and a fine job he is doing
to get the MEGAPHONE out
every week. Of course he hus some
able assistance, too. First of all
tone re is one Harvey McDonald,
who keeps the business end of the
paper going with advertisements.
Editor of that widely-read sports
section of the MEGAPHONE is
Charles McMillen, who is assisted
each week by Henry Sheppard,
Adelle Dickens, Don Roesler, and
Then, when there is some real
society news, Adelle Dickens tak-
er. care of it. Since everyone seems
to have a double job, Henry Shep-
pard is given the title of feature
editor . . . when there are fea-
tures to edit! There is also the
title of Assistant Editor tacked
on Shop’s name, too . . . how does
he rate ? Oh, yes . . . he is a re-
And speaking of reporters . . .
there are also Charles Cooper,
Jim Bob Galloway, Clifton Ander-
son, Frankie Hardin, Jean Berry,
Chip Tlulburd, Jimmy Richards,
Nada Sue Carmichael, Madge
Thornall, John Manley and Ray
Boriski, acting in that capacity.
As for columnists, there are
quite a few of those, too . . . Chip
Hulburd, Charles McMillen, Bena
Taylor, and Henry Sheppard (this
is too much!)
The MEGAPHONE staff is
acquiring about as many photo-
graphers as reporters these days,
what with pictures by Harper
McGee, Glenn Kenley, Joe Karr
and Lee Karr.
Of course in discussing the
MEGAPHONE, Miss Mary Eliza-
beth Fox and Mr. M. Howard
Knox must be mentioned on ac-
count of they are the ones who
give the final okay for what goes
in! Miss Fox is commonly known
as sponsor and is also handy to
have around for office boy and
leg man. Mr. Knox has moved off
and left the MEGAPHONE, but
he is still Business Manager.
Just one word more and this
will all be over . . . the MEGA-
PHONE staff ha's two cartoon-
ists: Parker Folse and Tommy
Is Working Hard
Despite a late start on the 1948
Sou’wester, the annual staff is
functioning smoothly, if hot so
speedily and has about decided
there will be an annual this year
after all ... of course they don’t
make any promises about when
Bena Taylor is edit ox of the
Sou’wester with Nancy Macken-
zie as an able assistant editor.
And before this article goes any
further . . . Harvey. McDonald is
student business manager of the Van Orden.
annual as well as the MEGA-
Anne Parr is faculty division
editor, Pat (Lane is senior divis-
ion editor, with Margie Hunt for
the juniors, George Prigmore for
the sophomores and Nada Sue
Carmichael for the freshmen.
Acting as sports editor is
Charles McMillen, with assistance
from Adelle Dickens, Carolyn
Cramer, and John Cardwell. Snap-
shot editor is Edward Hartwell.
The art staff is composed of Jim-
my McCollough as art editor,
with the assistance of Ernest
Bosse, Polly Rosene, Elizabeth
Manley, Parker Folse, and Stuart
Last, but not least, is Madge
Thornall, the organization editor.
There is a job for you! All the
people who are helping with the
annual must be mentioned with a
great big mention. They are do-
ing a swell job. Some of those
who show up quite regularly are:
Lewis Hill, Kenneth Sisserson,
Tom Chatham, Alice Hallauer,
Mary ^Louise Bradley, Gail Skel-
ton, Ruth Andregg, Joan Cage,
Clara Mae Blocksom, Virginia
Burns, Dorothy Etter, Barbara
Hoover, and many others, who
have offered their help. Before
the annual is completed, many
others will have had an opportuni-
ty to work on it.
Standing, left to right; Jim Bob Galloway and Charles McMillen.
Seated: Nada Sue Carmichael.
Left to right: Frankie Hardin. Tom Collins, Charles Cooper, Madge Thornall, Henry Sheppard,
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Left to right: Polly Rosene, Parker Folse, Jimmy McCollough, Elizabeth Manley, and Ernest
Nancy Mackenzie and bena Taylor
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