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PATRICIA CROWLEY VILLA MONTEMAR editor llefti discusses with Paula Stuffler, Joanne Mantuch,
Bonita Fleetwood Charlene Borgerding, Susanne Ryan, and Gail Graham during class, the problems
which face the staff In preparing their 112-page annual. After talking over details, each girl carries
out the special work assigned to her,
Launching a new method of producing their annual, VILLA MONTE-
MAR '55 staff, under the direction of Sister Carmela, began work on
the OLP annual with Mirro-Graphic Yearbooks of Glendale. Early
in the fall Mr. Robert D. Hopkins, representative from Mirro-Graphic,
visited the staff and explained the lithography process used by his
company. Deadlines were set up for the monthly collection of pho-
tographs, copy, and art work.
Annual class, conducted Monday through Friday at second period,
gave staff members time to prepare material for publication.
After naming Patricia Crowley, editor-in-chief, Gail Graham, asso-
ciate editor, Joanne Wantuch and Charlene Borgerding, copy and
photography editors, Susanne Ryan, business manager, and Paula
Stuffler and Bonita Fleetwood, art editors, Sister, together with the
staff chose the Queenship of Our Lady as the theme for VILLA
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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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Basketball try-outs, the choosing of the bas-
ketball varsity and class teams, and the actual
playing of the games occupied much of the
athletic program for the third quarter. A new
system was used this year for selecting the
varsity: class teams were chosen first, with
members voting for the varsity. Miss Barbara
Von, gym teacher, announced the results at the
ln intra-mural games the seniors conquered
the frosh 55-48, February 24, Juniors emerged
victorious over the sophomores in their March 7
game with a score of 48-31. The sophomores
also bowed to the freshmen 60-25, on March
13. Seniors proved stronger than the soph-
omores March 21, with a final score of 46-14.
Frosh overtook the iuniors, April 4, 36-18.
The varsity captured honors in their victory
over Rosary High, 34-24, March 28.
Sportsminded academisses with 150 GAA
points enioyed a trip to the Laguna Mountains,
February 5. Dressed appropriately, girls board-
ed the chartered bus early Saturday morning,
for a ride to the mountains and a day of sled-
ding and taking pictures of their friends' antics
playing in the snow.
ACADEMY VARSITY BASKET-
BALL members include Juliette
Cummins llefti, Evelyn Olsen,
co-captains Beatrix Flourie and
Jane Hersey, Jackie Kerkhoff,
and Linda Snow.
DURING THE FIELD day sports
program at San Diego College
for Women, the varsity found
that Rosary provided stiff com-
petition, but the Academy
emerged the victors of the bas-
ketball game and tied with
Rosary for final honors.
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