Neville High School - Monroyan Yearbook (Monroe, LA)

 - Class of 1951

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'xk V .ff 9. y ' 43515:- ' ia-':f5Q.f:,5,, up f.-,L A 4 ':-,1- .A f . fly L fjfzmczjmfi Wiuagz Neville High School Student Body Neville High School Monroe, Louisiana Dear Students: The publication of the l95l Monroyan signifies that another school year nears completion. Between its covers are recorded the activities and achievements of the Seniors and their Classmates. While we believe these achievements are worthwhile in themselves we also believe the development of those in- tangible qualities of character which accompany the ac- tivities are even more important. lf your life has been made richer during your stay at Neville, I assure you that the faculty and administration are happy and wish you con- tinued success in life. Yours truly, Neal, Principal Paul J. All ww 3 ' Wemnivfm . T 'V 'gliij ..........,-lung ""'-vhnan-.,- J. M. BOYET ' Superinfendeni' PAUL J. NEAL? Principal Q 'gazed Ayn- The members of the Monroe City School Board, pictured above are, left to right J, M. Boyer, R. L. Davis, W. L. Ethridge, W. F. Taylor, M. john and W. C. Oliver The school board meets the first Thursday of each month. 7' z l i I V E 5 I i 7 Q A. G. ALEXANDER Speech, jr. High English. MRS. E. L. AVERETT Mathematics. MRS. G. E. BOGGS History. MRS. OBERAH BovE Civics. Miss HARRIET BOYLE Commerce. Miss SARA BRES Home Economics. Miss GRACE BROWN Physical Education. JIM COATES Science, Backfield Coach. A. E. CULPEPPER Science. J. W. DAVIS Glee Club, Band. Miss VERA DOWLING Art. D.W. GRIFEITH Mathematics. MRS. CHERRY GULLEDGE History. Miss CLARA HALL English. J. W. HAMMETT Mathematics. -no . ia- M. i i .- -"" i ii. k i ' 3 iw! - .. . ,,,. my if f 8,5 ,Ek Viel g if., li .." , i.3i . 6 .1 be- 5. if 'ig-I""i Ages' ? . .xy ..... W7 E .V I A .. ix, K' L ,, , gy f. 1- i ai - ter i 1 2 " A.. E l ", C i iii ii A J , ,...LL..l....A K Q N - Q - R .f X 9' g .Ah "" 5? 1' ann , ,fue 1 fc, J . 1.,, It ,Rf J g..fg:,k5 TL nies-r wueu mcvunss ,,., ummm Q35 - . , h- ,,. 0 L' 1 xv: , y li. M ' FTVEEKL. 25222 - Q DO Allan' . ' " .Mm A-.Q-M, lM,Qm,,,,.:W,r,.,I,L,. ? MISS JOY HARPER Art. MIss MARY HESTER English. VAN LEIGH Coach. LEON L. MARX History. WILLIAM PARKS Band and Glee Club. JOHN PENNINGTON Industrial Arts. Gus PETTERSON History, Coach. MRs. ALF REID French. BILL RUPLE Director of Athletics. RICHARD SALTERS Biology, Coach. MISS RUTH SIMMONS Spanish and Latin. MIss GENAVRA WASHBURN Librarian. LAWRENCE WILLEY Mathematics. Teachers Not Pictured: MRs. MARGERET FLOURNOY English. JOHN LACY Speech. - wfiifw ffW7'Wf5'T"""7"""A' GEORGE RISER Affiflant Principal 3 FRED PETTIT 'KJ DOROTHY A. HODGE Principafx Serretary Superintendent of Building and Groiindf, MRS. CARTER Cafeleria Manager M 253' S s The officers of the SENIOR CLASS Anita OKel1y Secretary Tommy McDade Treasurerg Ann Shafto, Vice Presidentg ack Baugh President RALPH ABRAHAM Commerce Clubg Softballg Tennis Team. LLEWELLYN ADAMS Senior Executive Committeeg Tiger- ettesg Basketballg Glee Clubg Commerce Club, Presidentg Student Councilg Pub- lications Staffg Girls' Stateg Softballg Foreign Correspondence Club. embed 50 - ,.:ool,,,,.u6 i :anno 'Q . ge.,,., 0 ,. nvnaso Ill-llf,'O ru, , f ',' "'lsllcnugaaf'v,' . . . ?'?0On , 1- k PATSY BATTEN Cheerleader, Varsity and Freshmang Tigerettesg Home- coming Maid of Honorg Com- merce Clubg Publication Staffg Softballg Foreign Correspon- dence Clubg Senior Executive Committee. f . ::,.., 1 it 'IP--49 Q ' A ' -7 ' 'lounge Ig? ,',,4.an fx.. -,-,- 2 2-- .,..,.'lJIlClll'lj'fiit t ,K VY o n J. is . IQ' JACK BAUGH Senior Executive Commit- teeg Footballg Trackg Science Clubg Softballg Student Coun- cilg Baseballg Publications Staff g Senior Homeroom Pres- ident. V. ' V 1, -' .f .w w "A I sl 1- , gg :F f ee 5 JN? 3 -M gr? x W, ik Q 0' M' 2 ' T X . , . ? 'f fc '," V .. J--ff 4 - S L ji tx EMMA LOU BARTON HAROLD BASSETT Tigerettes fFreshman year Basketballg Footballg Track onlyjg Glee Club. .L Bandg Science Clubg Softball Baseball. Q ' ,fi WAYNE BAUGH Joi-IN BIRDSONG Senior Executive Commit- Band. teeg Footballg Trackg Softball. ALVIN BODAN Golfg Banclg Softball. JAMES BOULLT Basketballg Footballg Trackg Softballg Baseball. , ..,.., W.,-Q-3.1- . HENRY BOYD Spanish Club. Ill can li" '."., ' . A t O Q 1 V I ' qaaal5sEQl'l""""' Q a a 0 ' ' ' ' ' " gqcaanui lO00ifg,k M I FRANCES CAMPBELL SAM CAMPBELL Basketballg Commerce Clubg Footballg Science Bandg Majoretteg Softball. Softballg Baseball. Clubg JERRY CARTER Band. JIMMIE CHOATE Basketballg Band, JACKIE Doss Basketballg Golf. W. T. BROWN Footballg Trackg Softballg Baseballg Most Popular Local Football Player fKrauss 8: Kahn Awardj. FRANK CERNIGLIA Thespiansg Debate Club Science Clubg Boys' State. Captaing Baseball. embed ARNOLD DUKE TOMMY ELIOFF Footballg Trackg Glee Clubg Thespiansg Science Club Softball. Boys' State. s i K' JOHN ELLETT MARION GUERRIERO Golfg Thespiansg Science Tigerettesg Science Clubg Clubg Leadership Conferenceg Girls' State. Boys' State. lg. 1 1 -acu- -ri PAT GUERRIERO Basketballg Homecoming Maid of Honorg Tigerettesg Softballg Publications Staffg Debate Teamg F r e s h m a n Cheerleader. BILL HARRINGTON Basketball Managerg Bandg Science Clubg Tennis Teamg Foreign Correspon- dence Club. BILLIE HARVEY Ti gerettes. ,a-'swap f ., " F RED HANCOCK ,. ...,1.. Q, hr- SARA HINTON Tigerettesg Foreign Corre spondence Club. THERESA HOLLOWAY JOHNNY JOHNSON GLORIA KAL11. RUTH KETTENRING Tigerettes Homecoming Football Track Glee Club Publications Staff Glee Tigerettesg Science Club maid Girls State Boys State Freshman Sopho Club Commerce Club Tiger Publications Staff 5 Spanish more and junior Homeroom ettes QFreshman year onlyj Clubg Foreign Correspondence President Club, Football Manager Science Club Golf g Homecoming Maid Thespians Bandg Drum Mayor Leadership Conferenceg V--f 0- 1.-A-.. BUDDY LAURENT Glee Club. A ,, F , ., -- . I W. D. KNOX MATILLE LATHAM Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Commerce Clubg Publications Staffg Home Economics Clubg Foreign Correspondence Club. an ,,. wa- nf ' " X , 5 1 ff ..-. 'V R .. r ' ::-' -. -:., , V .V A ' lf'l if if BOBBY LEDBETTER LEORA LE FORS LARRY LIPSON Footballg Trackg Golfg Soft- Tigerettesg Thespiansg De- Thespiansg Debate Teamg ballg Publications Staff. bate Teamg Publications Staff. Student Councilg Boys' Stateg Foreign Correspondence Club. . JOHN LOVE Footballg Glee Clubg Foreign Corre- -L spondence Club. it 'W CHARLES MARTIN - ill . Footballg Trackg Science Clubq Fresh- man and Sophomore Class Presiclentg Softball. ' fl! ,W AMMAH, L Y.A, Aw-A M, U M- wnnwnnnl. . .., . -Y W.--I-W - emkvw if Q if if fi il F DELORES MCCLANAHAN TOMMY MCDADE Senior Executive Commit- teeg Thespiansg Science Clubg Baseball. . P ?i"' 'e'e I ici A TOMMY MEEKS jon MESSINA Band. Basketballg Footballg Glee Club' Softball. x BETTY PATTERSON Tigerettesg Glee Clu Commerce Clubg Publicatio Staffg Home Economics Ch Foreign Correspondence Cl: ANITA O'KELLY Cheerleaderg Homecoming Maidg Tigerettesg Senior Ex- ecutive Committeeg DAR Citi- zenship Awardg Commerce Clubg Thespiansg Publications Staffg Girls' Stateg Leadership Conference. BARBARA PETTERSON Tigerettesg Commerce Clubg Publica- tions Staffg Softballg Foreign Correspon- dence Club. J. XV. RICHARDS Football Co-Captaing Trackg Science Clubg Softball. M.. , I 'Inn if . J I 5 ,Y A DAVID RIGGS Band. i MARY GERTRUDE RODRIGUEZ Tigerettesg Thespiansg Science Clubg Editor, 1951 MON- ROYANQ Girls' Stateg junior Red Cross Presidentg Softballg Foreign Correspondence Clubg Spanish Club. I PAT SANDERS JOHNNY SCHMIDT BURNETTE SELLERS ANN SHAFTO Tierettesg Thespiansg De- Footballg Trackg Glee Club. Fvofballs GIGS Club: S0ff- Cheerleader, Ffe5hm2fl and bate Teamg Red Cross Repre- ball. Varsityg Homecoming Maidg sentative to the European Continent from the United States. Tigerettesg Senior Executive Committeeg Student Councilg Leadership Conferenceg Soft- ballg Thespiansg Publications Staff. MARTHA CLAYTON SPARKS Tigerettes Q Freshman year onlyj g F 0 r e i g n Correspondence Clubg Red Cross. MEREDITH STEWART Debate Teamg Majorette, Bandg For- eign Correspondence Club. -.. ,Y ,,,, , . ,, l F E l I l P F F F I g, ll E Q e O l , fa? J, Joi-IN ROBERT THOMPSON Football Managerg Track Managerg Golfg Thespians, Presidentg Science Clubg Boys' Stateg Debate Team. l 5 . I - DICK TOOKE Footballg Bandg Softball. 1 JEAN STRAUSS Senior Executive Committeeg Tigerettesg Homecoming Maidg Basketballg Volleyballg Thespiansg Publications Staffg Leadership Conferenceg Softballg Foreign Correspondence Club. R2 , ..-. ,L PEGGY STRAUSS Cheerleaderg Tigerettesg Senior Executive Committeeg Thespians Commerce Clubg Publications Sta ff 5 Leadership Conference Softballg Homecoming Maid junior Homeroom President ,. .W , ,.,. , , Y I S ROBERTA T oUCI-IsroNE Tigerettesg Glee Club. ELAINE WALKER Glee Clubg Home Economics Club. KAY WELCH Tigerettesg Homecoming Maidg Com- merce Clubg Foreign Correspondence Club. .....- IE... . ,., mlm., ,U ,,,,A,,h,, -A . .-.. ., . ,, RICHARD TYLER Commerce Club g f V , ASSE' . ag, we Ei 1 wa. j ,.f, 1 E ggmzltvi Y pf, .Juana ritgzg e- 1 , gfs::'.zs,,gr:1'5fiz1gt1 S' is S 1-1'2.i1f':221z"'Ei1 , glglg-Q-1231233 'Zffff'x.'5'f'+4113' r ,l.u',,'av,, fx , H ,un .1 ,Lu . L A,:.z1:f,:,'-hi. , , 31. fu ,n 7 f ,L we Q,.mr A J -an wg- qui, ,Q iw u A. , in ,.., 1 we 4 1 1 in 2 . ,LFP ' A ig 22911 sql., 1:1 5.1 .,nf,', .t H 1. 1, .i - N v. .5:,g. . f 52 BILLY WHITE Glee Clubg Bandg Softballg Foreign Correspondence Club. . . f , ,. t-- fx 1,-,-,n,f,,' .fam IF! ALPHONSE WILLIAMS Footballg Trackg Softball. RONNIE WELLER BETH WEST Footballg Basketball. Tigerettesg Commerce Club. LE ROY WOMACK CHARLES Woob Commerce Clubg Foreign Glee Clubg Basketballg Base- Correspondence Club. ball. i i 1 NORMA JEAN Woon s Tigerettesg Homecoming Maidg Glee Q Clubg Commerce Clubg Bandg Publica- , tions Staffg Foreign Correspondence Club. WAYNE Wooos I Senior Executive Committeeg Student Body Presidentg Student Councilg Golfg Glee Clubg Debate Teamg Science Clubg 1 Sophomore and junior Class President. . 4 l s i I 3 V P R Presidents of the JUNIOR HOMEROOMS: Tommy Leos, Barbara Barker and Charlie Prophit. .,,,.-menu al 4 af! il 5 ,. I Q f n e f 1 KX If Q L r 5 9 Q 3, 2 if ' If 4' V' fr, fm 'H ri lil: l .ff Q vt W," Richard Cotton Wade Cotton Bobby Courtney jimmy Crawford Elizabeth Cretney Katie De Larot L,-,,,,,,,,,.W, ,Y,A,.,,,-A,,A,,,,, A, ffl Sl Ethel Cartwright johnny Clay 'S Dorothy Coates E lg L My ' C Charles Cobb M' Barbara Collomar Henson Coon 2 ???El?5i4r2F'?uiV' ?.:2:7" at ragga, .5 - i ,K W9 W v5d' z"V, gf - 1 fi, C 2 ff . 2599 . K 2 1 ,, " ml new l aff Sidney Fuller James Giovingo Mary Alice Gillentine Katherine Guerriero Linda Hair Authuree Hall Diana Ducote John Ensminger Kay Etheridge Bennie Joe Evans Billie Marie Fincher Kitty Fox ,Mm --an 'YF' b', Y f I , me K .. AM i 'gkfm'A'5,g,M,,,L,x ff' ,mga Mary Joyce Hancock Mary Lou Harris Bobby Harrison Mary Ann Hixson Ann Hornberger Raymond Horton J r"""f' f .ua ' ff ff ,Usl f -,,-, . ' 'Wi- r ' H51 1 A f K, . ' ,f 533 1' . 1, , K Q 2 ' A ' 'aazfimg k'-:Q - . X 3 . , ,. Jw -V - - FJ' X 3 " fx Anna Mary johnson 3 Roy jones X Barbara Kelso W W F Mary Lou Kern David Kleppinger Perry Lassiter i Tommie Jane Lawhead Benjamin Lee Tommy Leos Q 1 -as 3 2 Melvin Loper . Y K ,A-49 Rosalyn Lubel ' Philip Lynch . as Evelyn Mahoney Sandra McAdams Jo Ann McDonald figw' J 4 1 :i x 3 4 A 5 .5 ? 1 Rosemary McGinn Miles Miller I Bobbye John Moodye l 1 Q V - , 1 5 0 l nsla s Aiii l ' l g , I qnlu I ,,s I. 1 . 2 VV in JL, Q I If Z, I-il . V J V A W., .,l.,l ,e,.llW,s,.,iM K. lk. L 4 , ' -. L , 4 A M . me A ,AM , A . I -I M.,----3 S in ..-Af ,.- , ' 2 .31 1, 3 l 5. 'z ffiifgli' . . M , v 5 QE 9 ss w AR 9 f M -- " : ,. mm Charlie Prophet Jennie Reynolds Richard Reynolds jimmy Rivers jo Ann Rizzo Barbara Sarnmons ..,... ,.-.. ,,k,.. ,,,,.. AA., , ... ff Ronald Moore Amalie Nichols Diana Noel , sriggw, :ware-A : ,S V is 1- all , .::.,- ,, 9-L, -5- aw We 5,232 i-Wm g :gif S a ak 5 6 Rf 2,3333 K 's E C fd 4 M onriro,ooao aian y yn wr R H' - fl Richard Paulus PTM - Ronald Petagna Q Carolyn Peters L J E fi .fi Benny Savanna Patsy Sellers Bettye jean Shirah Leland Simms Marianne Smith Shirley Stall 5 . A S .fr , Howard Stapp ' ' Donald Stewart ii ,Q Anne Stratford r,t4 V V S in 1 'S' f joel Sugar Philip Thornton Terri Sue Tidwell is d 20' ,Juv- .,,.. W..-...V......,.o.w-w -- - fv X jane Underwood Jimmy UPP David Wadsworth Dolores Wallace Lloydelle Walters Robert Wilhite is is Raymond Wilenzick Agnes Woods Joe Young John Zagone D. W. Zismer Elmo Zufall ---sv an 4 Mr. Marx tying one of the many ties. just before Mr. Boyet announced the invi- tation to the Shrimp Bowl. .,. ...J-.,, , . Getting your picture made? Post-Victory dance following one of the many home games. These dances or parties have become traditional, and are sponsored by the Tigerettes after each home game during the football season. 0 0 Presxdents of the SOPHOMORES HOMEROOMS jxmmy Patton Geney Wxlson Ralph Troy and Ray Rhymes. jo Ann Abraham ..4.. hon Sch B Ben Br b Br me frogs rdge Y arsq Chiiord Dick Yr Brooks Bw an Camp f 0 J F I f l V ' " bah ,Q Susan dersoo l M 5 Pm Barrxerr Ba I arsq Y rrkrxger Barry Sane Bhncbard A Barbara BXoome Mike Bowen XS- BI ' S B 22 I Y 5- I 'f 4 Q 3 1- 1 .f ? 1 I 1 2 I 1 '1-3 S am Cararas Jo Ann Carso Rodney Cottrell Sammy Danna Lynda Dawk nczk Dawson Www- 'DQ 47' 'W' Mn., Jam Leon Day es D ' 6111118 Elf-an or Eikel jo Marie Ellett Robert Ewzhg janet Flo WCIS 9 Sea 'if A ht : gym QM' , , 4531122 i 1 , 1 . 2 Shark sm W Qi 5 W Www Ewan ww ff e Youl 2 Semg is 0, lf A Nm Geosg, Yiewy So Nm Yuhet Sack Gdms Ganmvl any Gm: 'mama Goo-:mes Q Nh-,imc Gram Okckfxe Gueuketo Bobbi Sackson kson Dekms Sac 4' "QQ Guy 3 wvf-l'llll- , .Y-'V' JJ M-N-I Helen Johnson A1 Jones JHCIYIE Keese .QW . . " Fern Lee Kirk M Lela Bess Kite hm Joe Ledoux , A 3 , i if Q' L' 2 if W' Lofton Ronnre I Elrba beth Lei gb George Max May R S ussell McDonald ILIEY M cDona1d Marionn 63 7-IX ,,, - Y ,nv M 450-f"F' R x ,.. 4 MCS abb Casobgo Benq Moore Niaikbgo NNSSCKY i Hi wh- .-1 o Bobbi So 0660 BM O'XCeXW Y at Y mack f if ml Simmq Pauon Hang Peng Wayne Yiesce Masq Erances Ykxauo - Rag Rhymes obknsoo BLR Q WY an--6' ff 2 kQ,' . 'fr Q 2 EN .ww 2 hi jf 5 x .X 5 M ff- W X m 5 X , S, X X7 ,5 7 XJ X ,W Q 1' I J X ' .4 x xhf K I 4 'y 'I SVI' I 495 K I g X 5' W, HS m N., , W , IV x jo Barbara Rogers Nell R ogers Roberta R owe X lmny Safnpognaro .. B Yvonne Saxon U Frank Scalia XK4, v I Q' bw N 2 , fix f 2, 35 ' Q M: ' a ' .. f wa 51 W A, -.1 mf, ,f,,, 5 3 3 EN s -X ' 9 lj' iw! , J 'F Q ' M X Charles S1 Mlbette Bi Fred Seiler Bobby Shaft o LaFern ade Smit 11 11 Stevens Shire y Stow aXY 1'-v Sean Mkce Mae 'Y aigkq Soy ce 'Y aqYoi Kinda 'Yh0nX9S0n ilonnxe 'Ybofnyson Nancy 'Y :ouscXaYe . ,.. X 5. Z 5 f E . ,,,.,,, W If xr- fb' Yxawn 'Yioq Norman WV addeh Ruth Vfankck Q Z Martha Wvkhlarns BRN Vinson Geneq Vinson S M Y f' Y I aaaa a A ' G' 7, fzeehucm af W3 2? sf tfZ?f 'i' 'w Y , ,gli ,, 3, ig FM The Presidents of the FRESHMAN HOMEROOMS: johnny Wendell, Skippy Portman Pat Grauer and Mike Cage. L M. Mi -i,MMnM,n.n- -++,.n.,---M,n.Mi-- -A i- ii i A, 351 L We 5 af T ws . L 32? 4' " lfifihlfi ' ' ' 553553-fl - 5 " lf: ir! QT' 4 ,H wikis? K Q: -'lf 'Th il' an T .,: wi 1 ,fi Q. il if 1 A 1 Swif t?-Q3 "g ri 'Vi m Jx fa- i fr il f . ik . A, QT E Q I -sys k o 3' nf ,maxi ff 3 t i- 'Qh , W 1 xl is Vs- fivr-fwf gawk Fred Allen Philip Ambrose Gene Barham Robert Barnes jimmy Barr Pauline Barringer Laura Barton Gail Bingham Virginia Blanks Mike Boggs Fanny Bell Brooks Barbara Browman Tonic Burlingham Don Bush Mike Cage Tommy Chatham Ann Choate Mickey Clay Rachel Conrad Martha Coon f M .9-5 .W-,rs , , . Af , Mr, gr . 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Kelley Margaret Ann Lee l jimmy Lewis Alvin Lipson John Mask Merilyn Magnon Jack Mahaffey Lester Martin Earline Mathus Dorothy McAnn1s Alton McCready Gail McDowell jerry McWilliams Charlene Menard Billy Miller Celia Montrozos Marilyn Nectoux Catherine Noel Gwen Osborne Martha jane Oden Pat Patterson Reese Peterson Connie Pickering james Portman james Radney Patsy Rasberry Pat Reitzell Mike Ritter Buddy Rizzo Bobby Roddy Pat Ruple Don Sampson John Schepis Georgia Schumaker Dick Seidenspinner Ernestine Shirey Walter Simms Patricia Simmons Charles Smith Horace Smith Sally Smith Ronnie Stark Clara Starnes Rodney Statham Barbara Stoler John Thomas 4 Ray Townley Catherine Underwood Jo Ann Walsworth Linda Welch Pat White Harold Whitney Geraldine Whitledge Billye Faye Williams Julia Bess Williams julia Ann Wooley -lf- ax ' .N S345 Q-...MF .. . ...4-,W-ww-Y Y-..--. --vx . W--beef Www-w - - f' N.VlUl Wylfki. Aw is ixwlb ,xm.Nk T N1 Hint 755324 amps TIGERS, , TIKERS RH THE COACHES This year the coaching staff worked in schools all over the city. They turned out some fine teams in every kind of competitive sport. They are, reading from left, Coaches . Gus Petterson, jim Coats, Bill Ruple, Van Leigh, Clyde Perkins, Harold Dickens and l Dick Salter. h Coach Petterson handles the Freshman squad and is doing a fine job turning out varsity material. l Coach Coats is the varsity offensive coach and baseball in the spring. Coach Ruple is head coach. He has charge of the defensive squad, softball, track T and gym. i 4 Coach Leigh is coach at Georgia Tucker and he will help out in track. i Coach Perkins handles athletics at Central, Lida Benton, and Sherouse. , 1 i Coach Dickens coaches at Barkdull Faulk. ., Coach Salter is junior High coach and athletic director. , l i i ' i C-- M.. .M--..-. - a.-a....a.r.... . jack Baugh, Wayne Baugh, Melvin Loper, Dave Wadsworth. i Z THE SQUAD Front row: Sam Campbell, james Boullt, johnny johnson, Charles Calhoun, J. W. Richards, Leland Sims, Fred Brooks, john Love, W. T. Brown. Middle row: Cecil Arant, john Schmidt, Charlie Prophit, Dick Tooke, Tom Leos, Charlie Martin, Sid Fuller, Phil Thornton, Burnette Sellers. I Back row: Arnold Duke, Ronnie Weller, Fred Seiler, Ben Brooks, A1 Williams, 1 I 1 l A 1 1 l 4 W. T. Brown scores first in the Shrimp Bowl "Foxie" Boullt stops Carter in Nevi11e's 25-13 victory over Ouachita. CI ,T fx ' ,QQ 4 T pil" ' I : Wm , Zigi, we W .0 .,,,,, , ..,.- W 7250 The 1950 season for the Neville Tigers got underway on August 15, when the Tigers journeyed to Camp Hardtner at Pollack, Louisiana, to start their two week training period. The Tigers returned, in good shape, on August 30 to resume practice at home in preparation for their game on September 8 with Bolton High School. The Tigers ventured forth to Alexandria on September 8 for their game with Bolton. The Bolton club had practically the same lineup as last year, when the twc teams battled to a 6-6 deadlock, but the Tiger lineup saw some new faces in the starting eleven. After a 15-yard clipping penalty on the first play, the Tigers settled down for an 80 yard drive which netted them six points. W. T. Brown carried the pig-skin on the last leg of the journey and tallied the first T. D. of the season for Neville. It was all Neville in the first half. With a powerful line, sparked by Al Williams, and a fast backfield led by Brown, the Tigers seemed to move at will. The Bears never crossed midfield the first half. The outstanding plays of the game came when the ball rested on the Neville 4 inch line and the Bruins failed to score. The Bear backs pounded the huge line three times and they hit a stone wall everytime. On the fourth down the Tiger line hit so hard WC the Bear backs fumbled the ball and Neville recovered on the six line. ruff' as exile' 9,5 ,vw-'I X back bieaks - e gfxifsgqsxe VACXCXC. XO ..... H A. , ...- ..... A-.lw..,. I The night of September 15 saw the Neville Tigers soundly thump the Crimson Wave of Minden, 53-0. The Tigers did all their scoring in the first half and attempted un-heard-of field goals from about mid-field the second half. With Leos, Bassett, Brown, and Martin leading the scoring, the Tiger varsity sat on the bench the last half except for Big jake Richards, who kicked 3 extra points in the- first half. He was the one attempting all those field goals. In a thriller of a game on September 22, Homer beat out Neville, 21-13. Neville took the ball on the kickoff and marched down to a score by Sam Campbell. Nealy scored on a pass play and Doggett kicked the point to put Homer ahead, 7-6. Then in the second quarter Doggett went 55 yards for another score and another point to put Homer ahead 14-6. But Neville fought back with a pass from Wayne Baugh to Brown going for a 71 yard touchdown tally. But Homer scored again in the last quarter and went ahead to win, 21-13. On September 29 the Tigers had a rough time turning back a stubborn Rayville eleven, 13-0. Neville was held scoreless through the first half, but in the third quarter Wayne Baugh fired a pass to Jack Baugh on the Hornet 15 and the big end plunged over for the first score. W. Richards kicked the point. 1351: 176' In Ba Hgh ' 3 S 11116121 :reg a IJIIOWS tr 116 B 0116.6 UQ 'Z ash-op III5-bin E011 H 8am 8 fa arf e, clfye " fo af tl, 'U' a 6 gO31 5:- 2 'A Q . Charlie Martin scores the lone On the last play of the game Harold Bassett, attempting a pass, was forced to run and he crossed the goal for the last touchdown of the night. The great spectacle of the season came on October 6, when the Neville Tigers downed the Ouachita Lions, 25-13. The Tigers led, 19-0, at the half, and coasted to a hard- earned victory. W. T. Brown scored 3 touchdowns to lead Neville's attack. Sam Campbell scored the other T.D. The display of Neville power in the first-half won the game for the Tigers. The hard charging line never gave the O.P.S.H. backs a chance to run or pass. J. W. Richards did some great kicking to pull Neville out of some deep holes. "Foxie" Boullt turned in an outstanding defensive game. The Neville Tigers swept past their Farmerville rivals by a 32-0 margin on October 13. Campbell, Martin, Weller, Leos, and Fuller took an equal share in the scoring honors for the Tigers. F f-fs: ov' i N ,sy ff if ' .aff 1'.1ilgl XMB N, e fit' A . , w , f .M .. Q 'H v,r it. 44, Qzfri 'tl-5 4 ' , - Q -. ,J g,-efgvilf , , N: v n -1' 1+ "' Q'-1, 313' 9' We K 3 f'iif'2:l3'fL'f4ss'iiwg'f45li'fv" kt., ,,, K v.,L f , , I M Q' Neville touchdown against Ruston. Again this season, the Tigers tried numerous field goals to hold the score down. Standout on the Tiger team that night, was Sam Campbell who ripped off plenty of yardage for the Tiger cause. It was a sad night for the Tigers on October 20, when, before a home coming crowd of 4,000 people, the Ruston Bearcats defeated the Tigers, 20'7. After a first half show of power the Tigers wilted and the Bearcats scored 20 points. Charlie Martin scored the only Tiger tally in the first quarter going over from the 15. Brown, out with illness all week, saw little action that night as Stinson and Childress provided the scoring punch that upset the Tigers. The Tigers took the field against the mighty Baton Rouge Bulldogs, on November 3, wearing the tag of underdog. But disregarding this fact the Neville scoring machine went to work and came out on the big end of a 28-19 score. This was the third time during the season that the Tigers had beaten their big "AA" rivals. ,m.,, ,,,...iA,,,,, ,,,, , A, AM.-,4,A+ A V ,4tAA L a '34 My " X W mg 6 The Tigers were superior in every way. Their line out charged the Bulldog line. Their backs were head and shoulders above the Bulldog backs in the air and on the ground. The scoring for Neville was done by Sam Campbell, Tommy Leos, W. T. Brown, and Wayne Baugh. pquqppn r....-.Y.,,.,..a., ...., ..-!Iml1n..,.,,4., ...TM ...,,...-pp,.,,,,,.,...- v . ..,. -W, in .gf as 4 4. -.X ..-' YL ' 2 , Y : Meeting their fourth "AA" rival of the season, on November 10, the Neville Tigers fell to the Fair Park Indians 33-20 in a scoring duel. Brown scored twice and Leos once for the Neville tallies. The Tigers out gained and out passed the Indians but the Shreveport boys unleashed some long runs to add to their scoring. Neville had 18 first downs to 7 for Fair Park, but the Indians came on top 33-20. On November 17, the last game of the 1950 season, the Tigers downed the Bastrop Rams 13-6. In the second quarter, after a scoreless first period, Tommy Leos scampered around left-end and with some fine downfield blocking went 51 yards to paydirt. After the Rams scored from the one and tied up the score, Bassett fired two quick passes in succession and the second one to Campbell over the safety man's head, netted a T.D. j. W. Richards added the extra point. The Tigers accepted an invitation to play in .,- -..1 , the Shrimp Bowl on December 1, in Biloxi, Mississippi. From the start to the finish it was all Neville. The Tigers scored the first time they had the ball and went on to win, 41-13. The Notre Dame squad couldn't even dent the big Neville forward wall and took to the air to score their two touchdowns. Brown scored four times with Bassett and Wayne Baugh adding the other two scores. W. Richards kicked 5 extra points. W. T. Brown received an individual trophy for the outstanding player and the entire Neville squad received a huge trophy depicting the Shrimp Bowl Classic. ----- f -A au ---'-----41n3mnin'----'-'- unhhn-.ald- 5,35 il Vwrr I RP K U ak 'B y 1' 'hu-P N .Q .ix fe H .. 9 ,, ,. 'M M fe - 3 f , qi, H 5 :ji E J: 'M V' , 'W N. it m s ,, E Me' N u 'P N , 'M "i1'jU--az g, V? A X ff,L vI.,-, '-.-" K. ' N-.1 mx I 5 ww' V I sw ,A.L g K M ' V, wifi , L,, Fm qA1t,W W VVJZAL X it xii K M 5" W. T .W fs ' ga r g ,,,Q,W,H ,few A Q YQ' Y WW' v x A I 'S 1 Imw 'W in M y i The peppy quartette that led the Neville cheering section this year are well-known throughout the school. These four girls, Anita O'Kelly, Peggy Strauss, Patsy Batten, and Ann Shafto, head cheerleader, have been responsible for the wonderful spirit that supported the Neville team. pu Q. , , .qu , , A I A f - no . U ,,, www. , W, ' f .. 1 r, , FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM Back row: Stark, Baird, johnson, O'Kelly, Cudd, Cage, Hardy, Stevens, Mahaffey McReady, Rizzo, Barringer, Townley, Frey, Oden. Front row: Gates, Gaines, Dennis, McWilliams, Shafto, Statum, Allen, johnson, Boggs Abbington, LeDoux. THE FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Eltzner Frazier, Ada Beth Dollar, Ann Choate and Ginger Blanks. HOMECOMING COURT Tommie Lawhead, Ann Shafto, Diana Noel, Elizabeth Cretney, Peggy Strauss, Rosemary McGinn, Pat Batten, Dolores Wallace QQueenj, Norma Wood, jean Strauss, Anita O'Kelly, Theresa Holla- way, Pat Sellers, Katharine Guerriero, 1 4 2 f A i . 'E 52 if gif, 6 :gg , '2 f Q If xx ,Q A E. it l 8 !i5 Q K vii ff' is :-1 had Q Q-2 e -1 , 1 Q, sg 3' nga! Q. tl Q Q ff' 0 E3 bil 5,5 . Y Q 5.2 .51 :Wm .,', Q 5 Q Sf' I f if .ff f Q, 9' W .ig ,A ,X , ,g in ff .w , sl' av , mpg' Q if s- W-My ...A 1 5 ' 4 5 2 I was INXXS 5.0 .,4 Xi U! N ' r Q. 5 nxt! fig., X 7Qx 4 ESQ i, V 2 fm ,YK .,,, A f V ?? Sig, ' , wa K 5 5 1 I y mi Y . x, '1 f . ' I I f 0 'Q ,- 7'5?Q Q s i A 2 I 1 .Q-I I 0 , . QQ 9X 51 s ' K , 5 f if ,- . . ,.J""' if ,sf il!" x Q QW, Q Q 'J gii ,1 f -A ,f g gs 521 KF 355 ia ii if l l I in -A b Sister hits UIC mu, U u.. --D Ba Y for the Put-out. the ball on her for Hixsorx takes the throw the Out. Barb S ' 6 . :stef Nell Oljtuthe srgnaj that Hia giv will Strik s 1 x. isis Parnell smashes the ball as Jean and Terri await to return. 6 xf"lMnu-pw l , 1 A fy W The gang at camp. The boys' hangout-Walgreen's. Cowboy Baugh Z! fb W VN ""'4Q'k , wm- , JJ' ,, 7 Q , .,,,Qr, " ik, '7 'L It shore did stink. Waiting for chow. , if L.. 4 fs If Q ' if K , 1 if fir, 22 E dd! V 3 a W 7 , wi, fsilgf -iz in 33 A 9' i 5 2 ? E E . W as 5? Q 'sf ,pd-Ov' Yr Q XX x , YQ ' v .ff- fff 'Wh 1- 5 A Q T7 ' . ar " mf STUDENT COUNCIL E 35 f ,,,,..,,, , . 'i""E Hfe11 1 fQ fr W 19 f g y 27" ' gf xy Q M 5 w gf Q - w .. ., Q 1 gf X 5 W 5 'v , '. " if 1 I 5 Y U K il i Y In ,fx S 3 A ai E 5 - ' THESPIANS i if Y 1 life! SN wx, I R .V Q F25 sf 'i"'lg a , jk - 1 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS -Ts K f I f ' Hu 1 y ,4 f ., S 'iw SHORTHAND CLUB Rodriguez, Lefors, Strauss, Wood, Latham, Shafto. I N wills 1e..-""'--?-'-'..-'I'f-?-"'- .0-"VJ-H , XX , Pattefson' Adams, O Ke PYeuerS00' , gen, img, Bat HCV' yilr jean Strauss Bufineff Manager Gloria Kalil Adveftifing Manager WMM' H ff-rf XQK EDITOR, I 95 I MON ROYAN .W N A W V NW, QW., ,...,.,.i...... m.,,m...fww.-ww.-Q-,-.., --V., as ...-- , . ,q,,, .A 5, C -5, . Q gf ff? . ,V K.. Q of 15? V5 v' , 5 -v E fm. - , wi' ,JA :TJ g? ' ' Ar f fit? D rl' , sb! Y I 1 .ws WEE: M, A, ""W"i"T M, W ., , V, S, Ji- . A ., -,W . Q i 3 x Q1 , 5 Q fu" 4 X , 1 X MM figg. 3 r lf? ..'1 f if x J " - ' M W ,, 5 kk ,J WMP! . ,Q 91' Q, ffir, A". i A . A- 3 5 K .QVKA . His , A A 1. 1 V tprw X' far mswm, ,,.,,, 'E gig. ,956 2 ,lf iq' , , 'Q' "', -N "2-'lf f"'e :A ' ,,,f.4-5, ,Q Q ,fnllzh-S 'E Q ,u ' ' ,V , uf f 1. . X 5' '61 Q xv? Q 1 . I k fl f 5 , x H T371 4 6 W V-,- v WY' , , W Y ,,,,,, ,R W, W, v. .. . 4-q,,....,,... t 670:65 F l V 1? E i . I in A ,, ,w - f , , , W " , i A T fb ' gg n snllkliu U 'limit .lfzldlknli nl. J ,sl L4 First row: Rowe, McClanahan, Williams, Gresham, Underwood, C., Noel, D. Collamar, Coates, Kettenring, Walsworth, Huckaby, Kern. Second row: Woods, Gaar, Ducote, Blanks, Barringer, Guerriero, Kelso, Wooley, Leigh, McAnnis, Frazier, Fincher. Third row: Nichols, Parnell, Tarpley, Heinberg, Reitzell, Rogers, B., Peters, Ruple Hannah, Hall, Oden, Petterson. Fourth row: DeLarot, Smith, Burroughs, Patterson, P., Davis, Rogers, N., West McDonald, S., Menard, Mathus, Lubel. Fifth row: Underwood, J., Adair, Grauer, Harris, Bridges, Strauss, Touchstone Brooks, Hair, Bingham, Magnon, Patterson, B. Sixth row: Sellers, McGinn, Graham, Eikel, Holloway, Pitarro, Browman, Flowers Adams. - Seventh row: Tidwell, Abraham, White, Ellett, Grant, Welch, Thompson, Coon Noel, C., Blanchard, J., Blanchard, G., Reynolds. Eighth row: Rizzo, Smith, Dollar, Nectoux, Wilson, McDonald, Cretney, Branch Whitledge, Smith, S., Breckinridge, Mussett. Ninth row: Sugar, Williams, Kite, Wood, Latham, Rodriguez, Hinton, Moore, Fuller, McDowell, Barnett, johnson. . 1 1 a a 1 a 5 Au W A . ran-, - - , ,I .. .-.. .-as of .7 my -qi 5, .. if ei ' r V ' ' w - My . -4 gym? x ' X qs 11 , sr 'E Y' , if JH A 1 , fl, - 41' 17 5 7. .H ..V ,f-""f ,,""' wr" f MLK -- L- A ' A ,M ',,, 'K -. ,.. .. .-.W.h,....,,. , A .......w-'.,....,-'M W-'J ., -M 'vu .,,,n,.ar- :naw-an ,MW -, -. I,--W ,Fw vw-A V ' 11: ,M W M 'W ,A -wuz ' X If y I V' an if . ' 1 - fv n 2 . f e U U '1 4 ty ' ,, W . 1- 1 'r r. ii A h 4 Q-fe, .Q -,ff s?.. Qg...S7' lu. Q ' J ' 'U""' A 'g ' .. .Q L 4 ,.. 1 if if "W""" na K 1 . -. 4 Q M ' -M in Q 1 N' ff?" , " gp 5,1 Q. 4, 1 , f Q I in if 0 W .117 J . Q ,Y ' J r i Q 'Tal .fav-P.. W , V ...luv r"9""' ' -Q... pau- M-'vii' ,,,.,,,,.' .-non.. 'L 114: ml.. ..aunr- ii M . , f.sfzf,y.,f ,, t,. ' un Zena! MAJORETTES Meredith Stewart Tommie jane Lawheacl Barbara Barker Patsy Sellers Drum Major Leon Kirby Loydelle Walters Sandra McAdams Delores Wallace Frances Campbell -Q4 .411 '1 'wil C? aging,-Q X1 Those attending GIRLS' STATE were Llewellyn Adams, Marion Guerriero Qattended ' l McMain High School last yearj, Leon Kirby, Mary Gertrude Rodriguez and Anita ' O'Kelly. Not pictured: Theresa Holloway. 1 BOYS' STATE-Frank Cerniglia, Ralph King, Tommy Elioff Cattended St. Matthews last yearj, john Thompson, john Ellett and Larry Lipson. y 3 1 5 2 '1 5 3 3 5 1 Q Q GEf5f'5' r f Q XE' v It X 'Ly ii -1.1.1 ' U lg' Wi l MHWUQ1 fa RED CROSS 755' if sl"'m.x, ,,,,, ,,,,, W, , ,..Y , -WY ,, gecmtdea O Leom LeFor5 ,..-gV.!..,..4r A - ,, Ann Shafto O eackvz ANITA O,KELLY Thi! ix Anita, a Neville cheerleader. In Neville Jpirit and loyalty no one can heat her. W. T. BROWN W. T., our fullback, the .rlar of our team, In .rearing ability, he rated Jupreme. ,nnaol"' ,f I 4 U.. f-.v""' .. co..aiva ,4olaanui0ooooap,,,o0lli , . K ? Aff x go va.aooaoolnop.a06ot0 svruuvoognonnonltdgpo ,QA I nuuvnp.4yganooO0l',.g .Q .gllI.l'll'..l.."'.l Q 5 X Ia I ' fs .4 4 E ' gf? 5400 A , ily? ' . Q 5,240 PEGGY STRAUSS Peggy? a gal in our Senior clan, A top-notrh rheerleader is thif Neville lan. J. W. RICHARDS AJ Tiger eo-captain, I. IV. wax fine, He Iain-hed extra pointf and played in the line. .conoauosoooilgg.Q,.' aenaaoaneaooag,.'QQ CHARLES MARTIN Charlex, you Jee here, if our left half- hath, In athletic ahility he Jure doeJn't lark. FRANCES CAMPBELL Befider a majorette and a hayhetball Jtar, Franrex if outftanding at Neville hy far. ai.. LEON KIRBY Leon, our drum major, we're sure you will know, When leading the hand, :he pun' in a fine show. HAROLD BASSETT In all our athletitx, Haro1d'J a Jport, He': good on the gridiron and hafket- hall eourt. JOHNNY JOHNSON Here is Captain johnny, the team'J pride and joy, You alwayx Jee him smiling, heb' quite a hoy. JEAN STRAUSS jean we all lone, for :he if the hen yet, She war the prefident of the famed Tigerettef. JACK BAUGH lark if the end, no one can Jurpan, He'J alxo the president of our Senior Clan. MEREDITH STEWART Meredith Ann if a good majorette, And one of the cutest you ever have 77161. NN MCDON ALD LE yo A O SIMS JIMM Y RIV ARA BARKER B ARB e far' , NELL ROGERS FRED SEILER SKIPPY PORTMAN GINGER BLANKS .Lfgn :Q ,V f 'M-Quang" X X x T 11. Q .3 , S .Lg Q, ,?.,,i gm lo G K da- 4' 0 lQl51cg,,, 4 17 X I I 45E2?3E00HfSIan us N Q + 5 . 4? ' ' '99 , J N A ff A 4 'VA V? Q X ,gg F A' CW :al :A. ' 33 . ,K 1 , ' XL ' ,K Nux: X . if., X 5 1 X 'sm ,Q 0 ' 0 ,-..,.,,,.u me ' I-Remember When. Ye Ole Corner. Look at Me. Cruising down the River. Bulldog. Cheese. Gertrude Waits for Pictures. 35 fx T if . I' Q 5 al M149 sq yew l The Fellers. In Days Gone By. The Christmas Spirit. The "Thing" The Sophomore Gang. The Three Santa Clauses Slaving on the Annual. The Snow Man. ...M . fe-1-MMM ,,,, ..,, Q -gd N. They're Off. Final Inspection. Dear .................... Watch That Slender Figure. a Dance Ballerina, Dance. K. P. ? Favorite Pastime. flew. , . 1 We're on Our Way. Our Last Trip. Neville Takes Over. Let the Boys Hear You Well, We Gotta Eat. Home at Last. 5 1. Going Somewhere? 2. We Sleep at Night. 3 After a Da of Practice. - Y 4. Off We Go! fix .19 I is, x ,ug Knee Deep. On the Rocks. 7. Another Ti gerette Ain't They Cute? Trip W., Hllmuugua--.-W. 0---.W as-,1 Qi "uw-.,,,, ,.. M-.,.,,,,Mr V, " Llewellyn Adams Norma jean Wood Anita O'Kelly Tommy Meeks Tommy Elioff Meredith Stewart . W. Richards . Mary Gertrude Rodriguez 9. Ruth Kettenring 10. Billie Harvey 11. Marion Guerriero . Delores McC1anahan sv , ,f 'WW aff' 1. WC BCM U16 Lions! 4. Drama Personified 2. R69-dy to GO? 5. Queen Dolores. 3. W'at Hoppened? 6. Working Hard. 6 4?-jan x 4 'E-.1-if ' f U A Q. QE' Q 1 s 1 x I x 1' X x J If xX f X K., fx A g,,u I xx if Xb " K-N l xx 3 . I, I R1 ,QI Q 1 I MP x I af 'lx n x xx ' V 4 I Y. N K J 7 f -W RN +4 'f 5 ' ' 1 NY 1 ,I - ' K W W iff qs . lcv x X ' 1' ' ss l' y I' xx " ,I xx f S x f' S Z, ' 0 6603601 Qi.-if M- -lie- 5, ' I 3 f" f-1 ,w-""" -- ...E-YWM if 1 'Z- 5' ZA N..- . 16" ZW ,ff of . 14' 'S' ,Lv 144 rl ' ff K' , X Q' -lx X -1 x' X' v ' 1 .Q A uP", .jig--V, , K K , 3587: Us MISS BOVE'S CLASS STUDY HALL BULL SESSION 4 E 1 af 9 F W. wr WH i Eager Beavers use the library to get ahead in their reference work. Larry Reeves, Louise Doernberg and Nancy Rea, Officers of the junior High Student Council. junior Hi Cheerleaders: Fran Guthrie, Sue Campbell, Coy Theus, Ann West and Alice Petty. any YQ' -vw A VAN! gf? 55 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. f. .wie Ewi 'A "4 5 . err ,153 .ggi M . t t, rtsts s s A ME Q vs - A -'fi ,ik 9 M ' s iw. rf H 'X '5' iw wif? P SM. " . I z V , ,,,,QQ.fsgifg,Qfl' f ' -T-5 -:ings wgfisff 'F Billie Ann Ruple Ann West Future Athlete Sara Majorie Buckles Rose Ann Marks, Carolyn Courtney, Ruth Brown. his-ix... M.-. .....,. ...-,..,... A.. , . ,.. , . ...rd ,.,, . ,.,.,,......'i.3.. .....-.. :",-QQ. L .1 rf? Q. 'Q' fzffb if 5 - ,,,,,,, - 'Wh- rr '45, .2-gf + G f" ...,..J' s 52 ff n ,Lv s -- J -W " 'W' " 'W' ' ' Y- we we P Myrtle Vallery, joella McClarey, Rhetta Kahn, Dale Flemming, Lilian Price, Betty J Ruth Price, Marjorie Newman, Joyce Posey, Jane Moore. ' A V1 ' Q, v - , +- ' 'V ,- n y 52, x,, 4 4,2 Ll H 1 i 5 Beverly jean johnson, Bobby jean Sanders, Sue Williams, Josephine La Pietra, Dorothy Robinson, Annette Moak, Ruth Brown, Carolyn Courtney, Betty jean Beclgood, Patsy Railey. Kneeling: Betty Peden. W , W, , ,BMW - l V V s . Z 6476 BOTSIE WN -I MCCL RUTH BB A grande ed W ,, 24 as 'H 'ii K 4 me NANCY REA vi YYJKNK m, Q A KK 5, .X fa , . '-1+ K ,, .. xg twww, f . 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Everyfhing 'Io Wear 430-34 DeSiard LENNON MOTOR CO.. Inc Third and WasI1ing+on Monroe, Louisiana ,-IC. SETI-I-I I Sfs- LUMBER COMPANY. INC. Building Ma+eriaIs 907 Coleman Avenue nz' 1 f'7' g, im . Il I C K Wesi' Monroe, Louisiana .- - -- ,- CONGRATULATIONS HOTEL FRANCES ERNEST C. GIBSON, Manager To YOU D . 0 865+ WISIICS OUR LEADERS-TO-BE -I-Q H19 In the not-too-distant future, many n of you will be leaders in your communi- Class of ties - in society, church, business, gov- ernment, This leadership will be a dis- tinct honor and a challege to your in- ' telligence and ability, But, don't forget that leadership also brings an important obligation: FAIR CONSIDERATION AND REPRESENTA- TION FOR THOSE YOU LEAD. Only if you succeed in this can our nation con- tinue to lead the world as -a land of free- dom for all of us. Your OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND M G BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS or 1951 C 'ego' Sportswear Headquarters pu N 1 'r 1: nag ' J yr - fi ::'.:::'::L:'::::: 51 gg-my . , ,....a....,.lA...'...,...a...-....,...,....,-p........,,,. ... ...D . ,. -Amd V Y V V A R - Complimenfs DURRETT'S GIFT SHOP of Phone 6064 THE H7 Sf. JOHI1 S+l'B6+ Qwfzaf 5d'b2t?4Q4- Emma BANK E, TELJST CC M 0 QJIIIIIIIQ anmgma us n' W Branches ESTABLISHED IN I906 300 DeSiard S+ree+ Monroe, Louisiana we saw 556, ,,,-,,4...4..gA, , A ,.. - ....,.-..4L..-.., , W ,Y A Compliments of HOLLYWOOD DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT AUTOMOTIVE PARTS FINE FOOD Souihern Hospifalify 5'4 and Good Service 40' -403 Walnui' Sifeei' Norfh Fourfh af Hudson Lane Monroe Louisiana Dial 2-253I ' ,,,i 'L ' aww ,-.---,.fw- A .K I , Quin V ,,,...h,-1,5 L , .I Q , Am I ' ' ' M- 'e.Jf.mq'Pf ,Wi 'I A - 'I I ff. '-"-4w..2,.'A ' I ,- , I, f ' ' -" . 1 y - "wwf fgvifxf 'Y-I nf... " . - ..., N .1 , NEGLEY BAG 8: PAPER CO. 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The icI'ure in Ihe I95I MONROYAN, con+ac'I' Mr. Marx ln room P Iwo smaller sizes are fifiy cenfs, and Ihe Iargesf SI.50. Roll 'film is aIso developed in your school darkroom. Szwdem Hundreds ot thousands o the natkon wth treasure their 74lfe0'!'n4,d4le any years to come. b oks to fm s throughout t student Year o ' ' tra- nd schoot admrnrs Thousands ot teachers a tors wetcorne thekr 7aqf0'L'm4de Annuats as rt at therr Parent and Pubtic a ne retatrons cessary pa progr Gm, ve had a part in preservtng ents ot We are proud to ha ' ' ns and achtevern mernovre s, tradrtra the sc the America. hoots at APHS x L X v 'mv ,' " 'I My M MW 1 ,Q .XR B u HRW!! A up WH ww N. N fa :Aw Ivor:-M-'m.un GM v I . . 1 , 1 z .Q .. 1' xv' 'Herr ' " '?i'f5'84 N, w 5 -3 'X I .':,,1.:f12tf-.qiflfn 3.5 , w J .. L ,A ..- A-ff: f ,1 f 4-! , f .W af if . , L, w 1 X. vel 'gn . rt, .X fa-2 ' Q 1 - .JE , 9,- ' 5 71- 'v' JF . .v QA , fs 'H , is N -' . 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