Ursuline High School - Ursuline Yearbook (Columbia, SC)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 56
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1957 volume:
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THE SENIOR CLASS
URSULINE HIGH SCHOOL
TOM MOORE 1939-1954
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C O N T E N T S
FAC ULT Y
Many hour s of sweet labor have been spent in
c ompil ing this book with the hope that it may
e ve r recall old friends, kind teachers and fond
pa r e nt sg happy memories of school days pastg
treasuredthoughts of the high ideals of the class
May its perusal perpetuate and hallow sincere
loyalty to Ursuline and m ay it instill a greater
love for Alma Mater now and forever, drawing
allever nearer to the one great goal of Christians
--the Beatific Vision.
"Verbum scriptum manet" "The written word remains," is an old Latin
m axim , So my dear students at St. Peter's Ursuline High,your Pastor
want s to leave with you through your "Year Book," some ideas that he
hope s will endure and remain indelibly written and stamped on your
mind and heart.
There is a movem ent among teen-agers today called "Christophers."
This word means that each youth must or should be a bearer of Christ's
word and work, into government, into the market-place, in education,
literature,and entertainment, and later relations. Little is accomplish-
e d by complaining, less by knocking, nothing is attained by criticizing.
Your number,abouteighty-five, is relatively small. You are a minority.
You are s e ve n times as many as the twelve whom Christ picked to es-
tablish His Church, all over the world. What can you do then? A whole
Letme remindyou: If you want to be a man or woman of strong character,
de velop the powers of mind, heart, and soul that God has given to you.
To be outwardly forceful, you must be inwardly strong. Live, not by e-
motion or expediency, but by principle. Center your life in God. See in
the church not a ball and chain, but the Divine Instrument of God, through
which He wants to guide, instruct and strengthen you. Cultivate the habit
of spiritual exercise,be conscientious about morning and evening prayer,
examination of conscience , prayers before and after meals . The repitition
of the s e will keep you mindful that you are in God's presence, and will
gradually b uild up in you a power that you can acquire in no other way.
It is a human we akne s s to avoid obligations and responsibility. A boy
who wants to be a good football player knows how to respect authority
and live by the rules. Anyone who wants to further what is good and de-
cent m ust have more than superficial roots. He should be grounded in
the truths of which God alone is the author.
No angel comes down from heaven to teach us what to do. God has chosen
to delegate partof that authority to others. All true authority of parents,
religious, or teachers, civic officials and others in similar positions of
authority,has its origin in God. There is nothing new in this. 1900 years
ago, St. Paul the Apostle, reminded the Christians in Rome that they
should obey the reigning authorities in everything thatwas lawful. Here
is the way he put it, "Let everyone submit himself to the ruling authori-
ties,for there exists no authority not ordained by God. Therefore he who
opposes such authority resists the ordinance of God, and they that resist
bring comdemnation on themselves." Rom. 13: 1-3
In cooperating with those in authority then, we should see God's Hand in
every just direction. Therefore, obey willingly, cheerfully, quickly, and
completely. Some day you will expect others to do likewise in regard to
your commands. The obedient person will speak of victories and God
will bless him.
Rt. Rev. Martin C. Murphy
Latin, Eng., His.
Phys. Ed., Biol., Business
Eng., Chem., His., Drama
SR . CONSUELLA
FR. GALLAGHER SR. FLORITA
Moderator , C .S.M.
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RICHARD CARL BEHLMER
"By a tranquil mind I mean nothing else
than a mind well ordered."
C . Y . O . Q1 ,2,3,4l1 C. S. M. C. fl,2,3,4J5
Chorus f1,2,3,4jg Class Vice-President QZQQ
Dramatics fl ,3,4Jg Annual Staff f4lg Football
Ql,Z,3,4J3 Latin Club C115 Spanish Club UQ.
ROBERT HAVEN BARNHILL
"A good mind possesses a kingdom."
C . Y . O . C1 ,Z,3,4Jg C. S. M. C. fl,2,3,4Jg
Chorusfl ,3,4lg Paper Staff Q3,4Jp Dramatics
Cl,2,3,4jg Basketball fl,2Jg Latin Club fljg
Band fllg Co-Editor of Ursuline Annual
JO CAROLINE BOYER
"If thou follow thy star, thou canst not fail
of a glorious haven."
Acapella Choir f1,2,3Qp French Club Sec-
retary C1 ,Z,3Jg Dramatics 13,415 Music Socie-
tYf3,4Jg Pep Club f1,Z,3,4lg G. A. A. l1,2,3Jg
Ceres Union High School, Ceres, Calif.
WALTER WARREN BROOKS
"Vigor is found in the man who has not yet
grown old, and discretion in the man who is
not too young."
Chorus f1,Z,3,4Jg C. Y. O. fl,2,3,4Jg Dra-
matics fZ,4Dg C. S. M. C. Q1,2,3,4Jg Spiritual
C.S. M. C. Chariman 4231 C. Y. O. Delegate
f1,2,4Jg Class President f1,Z,4Jg Basketball
Q1,2,3,4Qg Football C1,2,3,4Jg Latin Club mg
Annual Staff Photographer MJ .
.TEANETTE MARIE KNUCKLEY
"Around her shone the nameless charms,
unmark'd by her alone
Class Secretary f1,2jg Student Council Qljg
C.Y.O.ll ,2,3,4Jg C.S. M. C. fl ,2,3,4lg Class
Reporter of paper C1,Z,3,4lg Feature Editor
of paper f4Jg Co-Editor of The Ursuline
Annual MP3 Chorus f1,Z,3,4jg Dramatics fl,
2,3,4jg Latin Club Q1 ,215 Latin Forum Re-
presentative fllp Volley Ball f1,ZJ.
NANCY SUE DANIELSEN
"Manner, not gold, is woman's best
c.Y.o. C1.2.3,4Jg C. Y. o. Religious chair-
man f4J: C. S. M. C. C1,2,3,4lg C. S. M, C,
SpiritualReporterl3Qg Mission Reporter 1415
Chorus fl ,2,3,4Qg Vice-P r e side nt Spanish
Club 13,1 Dramatics f1,Z,3,4Dg Paper Staff
2433 Latin Club Qljg Co-Captain Volley Ball
BARBARA MARIE KOOSA
"Silver and gold are not the only coing
virtue too passes current all over the
Chorusf1,Z,3,4jg C. s. M. C.f1,2,3,4yg C. Y
O.fl ,2,3,4jg President C415 C. S. M. C.Presi
dent f4Jg Dramatics fl ,2,3,4jg Fashion Editor
of paper C3 ,415 Volley Ball fl ,Zjg Latin Club Cljg
C.Y. O. Delegate f1,2,3,4jg Annual Staff f4j
VIVIAN GEORGE LANDER
"ln mathematics he was greater than Tycho
Brake,or Erra Paterg For he, by geometric
scale, could take the size of pots of ale."
C . Y . 0 . fl ,2,3,4Jg C. S. M. C. ll,2,3,4Dg
Chorus f1,2,3,4Jg Editor of paper i451 Class
Reporter f3,j D r am a tic sQ1,2,3,4J3 Class
Treasurer QZJQ Annual Staff H13 Basketball
f1,Z,3,4jg Letter f3j5 Football f1,2,3,4j.
BEVERLY JOAN TOPSHE
"She has a heart with room for all."
Chorus Q1 ,Z ,3,4Jg C. S. M. C. fl,Z,3, 423
Volley Ball fl,ZJg C. Y. O. f1,Z,3,4Jg Dra-
matics Q1 ,Z,3,4lg Class Secretary 1415 Annual
Staff Q41 .
"Little friends may prove gre
FRANCES LOUISE MURPHY
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f2jgC.Y.O.C1,2,3,4JgLatm Club KID, Spams
Club Q3jg Dramatics f3,4D.
Mary Lynn Hamburger
Rose Mary Nauful
Margaret Sue Perry
Marla Kay Van Nieman
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Dorothy Van de Grift
Mary Ann Kuta
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Mary Lynn Hamburger
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Sr. M. Bernard
Robert Barnhill, Jeanette Knuckley
Sr. M. Jeanette
Fr . Gallagher
Jimmy Wainscott, Walter Brool
SCHWARTZ POULTRY COMPANY-n ---- BOND EQUIPMENT COMPANY
VOICE OF DEM
Jo Boyer, senior, wins city-wide Voice of
The six s ch
ool finalists prepare to
give their speeches.
.To Boyer , winn
er, receives congratulatior,
from the judges. Left to right: Sister N
Philip, Father Kelly, .Io Bo e '
y r, Sister M
SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC AND GAS CO.--
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GENE MILLIGAN ----- CALICO ENGRAVING CO. ----- GAS APPLIANCE STORES, INC.
Parents enjoy refreshments
in the Assembly.
NORBERT A. THEODORE ----- HARDAWAY CONTRACTING CO. ----- KEY CANDY AND TOBACCO
Nickie Christakos gives monthly
intention at C.S.M.C. meeting.
Freshman class presents skit after meeting.
Senior-Junior class holds
panel discussion on Our
ST. J'OSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ----- KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ----- ROOF LUMBER CO
SENIOR BABY PICTURES
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BENTON PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. ----- AIRCRAFT SALES AND SERVICE
ELMWOOD FUEL AND SUPPLY CO.
Volley ball teamg left to right kneeling:
Maureen Sullivan, J oa n Tronco, Dorothy
Van de G rift . Standing: Carolyn Martin,
Em ily Pruitt, Mary Knuckley, Mary Ann
Kuta , Delores Abdalla , Margaret Sue Perry,
B rigetta Ilia s , Jeannie Stier, Marilyn
Boys' basketball team, left to right, first row: Jimmy Roche, Jerry Galiger, Jimmy Wainscott
Jimmy McMahon, Danny Rowe. Second row: Ted Vinzani, Coach, George Lander, Sonny Grant
Tommy Raymond, Ronald Luffy, Rip Johnson, coach.
PASCHAL FUNERAL HOME ----- GENERAL ARTS ----- HOTEL COLUMBIA
Girls' gym class: left to rightg first row: Frankie
T h o r n b u r g, Nicky Christakos , Joyce Topshe ,
Phyllis McQuitty, Margaret H i g gin s , Patsy
Schwartz, Faye Youngblood. Second row: Re-
be c c a Torres, Ann Sams, Christine McQuire,
J' udy Lang, Pat Harris, Jerry Milligan, Sr. M.
Nona, instructor. Third row: Mary Ryan, Mary
Fickling Christine Whitlark, Carolyn Carpenter,
Peggy Smreker, Marla Kay Van Nieman, Louise
Basketball team in action
-George Lander goes up
for a jump shot in a
thrilling game against
Hand Junior High.
COLONIAL-HITES COMPANY ----- NEIL O. D. BULTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
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Barbara Koosa, Richard Behlmer
Beverly Topshe, Robert Barnhxll
Barbara Koosa, Walter
ielsen, George Lander
Jeanette Knuckley, Walter Brooks
OST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Beverly Topshe, George Lander
Jo Boyer .
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"There's nothing I cou1dn't do if I was really
put to it, not a single thing."
"I'11 come out of my room if I want to." Beverly Topshe
PEG 'O MY HEART
"She's fainted! Get some water and some smelling salts!"
J o B oye r , Jarvag France! Murphy, Bennett: Richard Behlmer,
Alaricg Barbara Koosa, Mrs. Chichester: Jeanette Knuckley, Pegg
Robert Barnhill, J e r ryg Walter Brooks, Brentg Nancy Danielsen,
Ethelg Beverly Topshe, Student Directorg George Lander, Mr.
MISS BEVERLY JOAN TOPS!-IE
ETTE MARIE KLEY
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MISS MARY LYNN HAMBURGER
MISS MARGARET MARIE SMREKER
NICKY LOUISE CHR O
Alan Taylor Music Supply
Arkansas Fuel Oil Co.
Arthur J. Asmer
Mrs. J L. Abdalla
The Blossom Shop
Capital Sandwich Company
Colonial Stores, Inc.
Columbia Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Dozier's Phi11ip's 66 Service
Ed Robinson Laundry 8: Dry Cleaning
Ed. J. Khoury
E. M. Hinson
Forest Lake Servicenter
Hobbs Esso Service
Ha1's Sandwich Shop
Hope Hill Dairy
Jack Sicos '
John Sexton 8: Co.
Laird's 66 Service
Notre Dame Book Shop
Pet Dairy Products
Purity Drug Store
Sharpe's Formal Wear
Southern Cross Springwall Mattresses
Southern Venetian Blind Co.
Stier Supply Co.
Theodora Lee School of Dance
Time Finance Co.
PATRONS - 55.00
Addy's Liquor Store
Antoinette Beauty Salon
Bond's Bicycle Shop
Southern Sewing Center
Clark's Esso Station
Columbia Aggregates, Inc.
Eau Claire Open Air Market
William Y. Edens
Forest Lake Shopping Center
Fowler Sz Godwin Texaco Station
Freeman's Drug Store
A. F. Hamburger
Hook Hardware 8: Paint Co.
House of Petites
Hiller Hardware Co.
Lackey's Men's Shop
Ha1's 5 8: 10? Store
Lock-Joint Pipe Co.
Marion Street Food Store
Jack Mathias Sandwich Shop
Mitche1l's Men's Shop
Morris Paint Shop
Albert Nauful I
Nu-Idea School Supply Co.
Dixie Floor Covering
Gene C. Prim Insurance
7 up Bottling Co.
Scheper 8: Bullock Insurannce
Mr. Gerard Schohn
Shamrock Open Air Market
Sharpe's Floor Service
Southern Scale and Refrigeration Co
Sutherland Oil Co.
Tecnico Paint Co.
Terry's Shell Service
Joe Topshe 8: Co.
P. A. Truesdale
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