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Page 79 text:
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During the third quarter, the Sodality spon-
sored a mental prayer contest as one of its
proiects. Prayers were written during English
class, with Sister Virginia Joseph, Sodality mod-
erator, acting as iudge.
Members of the Apostolic Committee com-
pleted the stations of the Cross for the mile
walk-redwood shrines for meditation.
Twelve girls were received as promoters into
the League of the Sacred Heart, February l8,
with Monsignor Owen Hannon, diocesan direc-
tor of the Apostleship of Prayer, officiating.
The Lenten "Daily Six" and annual retreats
kept Sodalists spiritually active all through St.
Joseph's month of March. Class ransoms of
pagan babies reached a fine record, iuniors
leading with twelve to their credit.
After studying the privileges and require-
ments for a Sodalist, sixteen girls were received
by .Reverend Walsh Murray, S.J., Annunciation
Forty girls made the trip to Los Angeles
March 19, to see Cathleen Muehlebach .'54
lSister Catherine Cecelial and Anne Whitlock
'54 lSister Catherine Agnesl receive their hab-
its and religious names. Sister Donald Marie
lNanette Anderson '52i pronounced her first
The stamp drive was brought to an official
close April l, with 95-1 high school winner, and
individual prizes going to senior Colleen Fox
and freshman Sandra Bellamy.
MONSIGNOR OWEN HANNON,
director of Apostleship of Prayer
in the diocese, raises twelve So-
dalists to the rank of promoters
in the League of the Sacred
SIXTEEN NEW SODALISTS return
to their places after being re-
ceived into the Sodality by Rev-
erend J. Walsh Murray, S.J.,
March 25. Sponsors lin pewsi
wore the new navy nylon chapel
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MONSIGNOR HURD, JUNIOR-
senior retreat master, pauses
here with s o d al ity officers,
Dorothy Lesher, Charlene Bor-
gerding, Mary Pat Fitzgerald,
and Karene Lemke.
FATHER ANDERSON, who con-
ducted the retreat for the fresh-
men and sophomores, illustrates
a point on the blackboard, dur-
ing the retreat.
ences to reflect upon 'ff'
what has been said
by the retreat mas-
ter, making applica- X
tion to their lives
and actions. The
beautiful North Ter- I
race of the Academy
provides one of sev-
eral places where a
retreatant may go
to find peace and H
.Aug mm! ecfion
Each year Academy students make a three-
day retreat so they may have time and quiet
to examine their spiritual lives.
Right Reverend Monsignor Franklin F. Hurd
conducted the upperclassmen's retreat, cen-
tering his discussions around "Christlike Sanc-
As retreat master for the freshmen and
sophomores, Reverend James R. Anderson
chose as a theme, Christian responsibility to
oneself and to others. Father also conducts
weekly religion classes for the underclassmen.
OLP Alumnae Association held its annual
day of recollection and election of officers
March l3. Miss Patricia Henehan, '52, suc-
ceeded Mrs. Gladys lmpastato, '41, as presi-
SISTER AILEEN FRANCIS congratulates newly elected Alumnae
officers, Mrs. June Kennedy ileftl, first vice-president, Miss
Patricia Henehan, president, and Mrs. Virginia Burgoyne,
treasurer, elected after their annual day of recollection con-
ducted by Reverend Vincent McGarvey, OSA.
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In publishing one issue of the VILLA each month, the staff followed a "split-
second" schedule. On Wednesday, two weeks prior to the distribution date, page
editors Jacklyn Kerkhoff, Pat Thompson, Kathleen Kennedy, and Elinor Mandolf met
with adviser Sister Carmela and editor-in-chief Sara Anne Weinstock to plan the
paper and draw the "dummies," maps of each page. After the word count was
computed, assistants received their assignments and began the actual writing. Copy
went to the printer on Monday, a week before publication. The staff received two
sets of proofs: galleys, corrected and pasted onto the dummies, and page proofs.
After completion, Joan Douthitt and Mary Pat Fitzgerald, circulation staff,
gave copies to faculty members and students, as well as supervising wrapping and
mailing to paid subscribers, exchange, and public relations. Karene Lemke and
Margie Welle, in charge of business, sent each advertiser a VILLA.
After a week of well deserved rest, the staff began again the planning of
the next issue.
PREPARING THE VILLA for mailing are Mary Pat Fitz
gerald lleftl, Joan Douthitt, Margery Welle and
Karene Lemke, Page editors lbelowl, together with
assistants, plan page layouts and assign articles to be
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