Neville High School - Monroyan Yearbook (Monroe, LA)

 - Class of 1952

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This is what the 1952 Monroyan and does its best to give proper emphasis to attempts to do. It depicts classmates and every phase Of the School Pmgfam- Art at Neville is a popular and interesting Subject. Taught-by Miss Vera Dowling, above, and by W. C. Carpenter, City school Elemen- tary art supervisor, organized art classes like the one above attract many talented students. iam ART A D an 'H Teachers at work in the Nev- ille Mathematics department. Above: Lawrence Willey aids George Fatheree and David Wadsworth. Right: D. W. Griffith teaches one of his junior high math classes. if K1 . , VL.,.'f V, . . , ,J -,K L 1 1,9 L if MATH f"""'m -2g',,.D Above: The Future Homemakers serve a tea. Right: Miss Sara Bres explains patterns an their use in Home Economics Classes. Below: Cooking is a popular class at Neville. I-IQIVIE 'C SPEECH ECONO ICS Top Right: John Lacy, speech teacher for the first semester Cnow replaced since his resigna- tion by Glen Wileyj explains speech techniques. Lower Right: Katharine Guerriero 'checks the roast'. Wtrx' U ff' 32 2 K Q f 5 3 E GLISH Miss Mary Hester has an out- standing record in the improve- ment of Grammar among the students at Neville. Graduates frequently say that it was Miss Hester who made college Eng- lish easy. V, ,f CUIVIIVIERCE Commerce has been a popular subject through the years. Typ- ing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, and a business machines course make up the subject work that is taught by Miss Harriet Boyle, who teaches the greater part of the Commerce work, and Frank Francis, who divides his time between teaching at Neville and working in the School Board office. f X! x 'f -. . S if o r f Q 'fr E A 4. -- fl y Fr fi fr rx If! ugx ,.,f---"' ,www "5i"r1-. sr SHQP john Pennington, who has made tremendous strides in developing an industrial arts department, is shown pointing out tecnique on the lathe to one of his students... For centuries the library has been the mark of cultured peo- ples. Neville is proud of its library under the direction of Miss Genevra Washburn. LIBR RY . 5 5 W L .-.0 A1 , ,K 'E fur USIC john W. Davis, Music Director at Neville, is shown at the right with the representatives from his choir selected for the A11- State Chorus. They are Lloy- dell Walters, Perry Lassiter, Elizabeth Cretney and jack Hicks. Pictured below is the entire senior high chorus. uunnnunnpw r ,, F'- ? 11" Leon L. Marx, who teaches Senior American History, is shown with his class. Introduction Administration Classes Athletics Features Organizations Snapshots Junior High Advertising fm! DOROTHY A. HODGE Secretary to the Principal 3' AW r if 5 Qi fx gg'-ga KE ,ff 1 'wif .. AI Jzkl A M Ap f' ' ILIK ' S an GEORGE RISER A ssis tant Principal MRS. IVIETTIE CARTER - ' Cafeteria Superintendent Y PAUL R. KIRBY Building Superintendent apaiwieadeal Mike john, fr. Linton Ethrialge, jr J. M. BOYET Superintendent, Monroe City Schools Warren Taylor Ronald L. Davis W. Courtney Oliver S X Ki up ll FO , , ST ox u 1 fy vlluQg + q.wmps.1 ""'S'vs--an ,-.. lm.. ,v:g?SF:,,4a,, , W ,- ,1,,,,k A ?9?MfS:4:?""w.'Q "1m,.gf , -,MX . 5? 1. 'lf Y.-.,.. 'wg , , ww- 1 .fy .4 , if , Q55 . 4 ,. K ,! 3 I we N Sir ig 'a E i f I, A ,V " s ' 5 , I W - ai Q 5 yy 5 9 W 2 2 f 2 I r lg s ' z ,+ f 3 A 25553 31 5 4 5 K - ,',L ff WE g af ' W I r N 5 395' adw- A me-an IN MEMORIAM ANN HORNBEAK She made the stars of heaven more bright George Ed d Woodbex-ry, "Wild Ed Miss Sara Bres, Senior Sponsor s....-wi" tg i K 5-me 4 M' JK 'O ,W Page 22 xl 31 SENIORS DAN AILT1CK Band WYCHE ASHCRAFT Science clubg Senior Executive commit- teeg Red Cross representativep Student Councilg Boys' State. BETTYE BANIFORD Thespians, Corresponding secretaryp De- bateg Tigerettesg Bandg Glee clubg Chess clubg Sizzler staff, Business Manager and Exchange Editorg Monroyan staffg Foreign Correspondence clubg KNOE Radio Pro- gram, chairmang Bible Award by Jaycees in Youth Honors Week. ' BARBARA BARKER Thespiansg Bandg Science clubp Foreign Correspondence clubg Student Councilg KNOE Radio Programg President, Freshman and junior Homeroomsg Secretary, Sopho- more Homeroom: Majoretteg Cheerleader, Varsity and Freshmang Girls' State, Gover- norg Best Actress Award, 1950. SENIORS GEORGIA BLANCHARD Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Library Clubg Red Cross Representativeg Secretary, Sophomore homeroom. RAY BOWEN Debateg Science Club, presidentg Senior Executive Committeep Scholastic Award by Jaycees in Youth Honors Week. BARBARA BRECKENRIDGE Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Future Homemakersg Sizzler Staffg Foreign Correspondence clubg Library clubp Red Cross Representative. FRED BROOKS Bandg Footballg Softballg Track. BARBARA BROWN Bandg Shorthand Clubg Basketball. JUDY BROWN Monroyan Staff. NINA LOU BURROU GHS Tigerette sg Future Homemakersp Shorthand Clubg Foreign Correspondence Club. BOBBY CARGILE Bandg Science Club. X 2' Page 23 A A s a '- A wif' A if my M , of , ,A 1 ii s fr .f N'- 'MSE 233 , ---V l H' ,A ,em 51p1fv.?2?:'3 5 .lane ,. Sli 3 f Page 24 SEN I ORS ETHYL CARTWRIGHT Glee Clubg Shorthand Clubg Foreign Cor- respondence Club. ,I OHNNY CLAY Thespiansg Science clubg Sizzler Staff, Photo Editory Monroyan Staff Photographerg KNOE Radio Programg Freshman Footballg Treasurer, Sophomore and junior ljlomeroomp Best Supporting Actor, 19505 Boys' State. DOROTHY COATES Shorthand Club, Secretaryg Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Future Homemakersg Foreign Corres- pondence Clubg Library Clubg Red Cross Representative. CHARLES RAYMOND COBB Bandg Science Clubg Photo Clubg Sizzler Staffg Library Club. HE NSON CO ON Band. RICHARD COTTON Bandg Spanish Clubg Football: Tennisg Track. WADE COTTON Bandg Spanish Clubg Foreign Correspon- dence Club. BOBBY COURTNEY Band, Science Clubg Footballg Boys' Stateg Latin Club. SEN IORS ELIZABETH CRETNEY Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Accompanistg Fu- ture Homemakers, vice-presiclentg Foreign Correspondence Clubg Red Cross Represen- tativeg KNOE radio Programg Basketballg Homecoming Maid, 'SOQ All-State Chorus. JOHNNY CRUMP Footballg Basketballg Baseball. KATIE DELAROT Tigerettesg Glee Club: Shorthand Clubp Sizzler Staff' Monroyan Staff' Forei rx Cor . g - respondence I Clubg Basketball Managerp Fre shman homeroom, vice-pres ident DIANE DUCOTE ' Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Shorthand Clubg For- eign Correspondence Clubp Red Cross Rep- resentativeg Spanish Clubg Volleyball. JOHN ENSMINGER Freshman Footoallg Softballg Baseballg Golfg Track. KAY ETHRIDGE Shorthand Clubg Monroyan Staffg Senior Executive Committeep Foreign Correspon- dence Clubg Photo Club: Library Club. GEORGE FATHEREE Band. BILLIE MARIE FINCH ER Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Shorthand Clubg Homecoming Maid, '51. I Page 26 SENIORS DONALD FOREMAN Dramatics. KITTY FOX Tigerettes, Science Club, Spanish Club. SIDNEY FULLER Band, Science Club, Student Council KNOE Radio Program, Football, Softball, Baseball, Track, President, Sophomore l-lomeroom, Secretary, Junior Homeroom. JAMES GIOVINGO Band. LAYMOND GODWIN Band, Glee Club. KATHARINE GUERRIERO Tigerettes, junior Commander, Future Homemakers, Shorthand Club, president, Siz- zler staff, Monroyan Staff, Senior Executive Committee, Foreign Correspondence Club, Student Council, KNOE Radio Program, Bas- ketball, Volleyball, Softball, Homecoming Maid, '49, '50, Cheerleader, varsity, fresh- man, Girls' State, Library Club. LINDA HAIR Tigerettes, Shorthand Club, Monroyan Staff, Foreign Correspondence C1ubg'Phot0 Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Girls' State, Softball, Volleyball Manager. ARTHUREE HALL Tigerettes, Glee Club, Shorthand Club, Foreign Correspondence Club. SENIORS MARY JOYCE HANCOCK Thespiansg Debateg Glee Clubg Monroyan Staffg Foreign Correspondence Clubg Red Cross Representativep KNOE Radio Pro- gramp Basketballg All-State Chorus MARY LOU HARRIS Thespiansg Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Student Councilg Sizzler Staffp Spanish Clubg KNOE Radio Programsg Homecoming Maid, 'Sly Leadership Conference. BOBBY HARRISON Glee Clubg Red Cross Representativeg Football, Softball, Track. MARY ANN HIXSON Bandg Future Homemakers, Treasuren Short hand Clubg Basketb allg Softball. A NNE HOR NBERGER Tigerettesg Future Homemakersp Spanish Club. RAYMOND HORTON Glee Clubg Red Cross Representativeg Softballg Baseball. KEITH HUNTER Bandg Boys' State, now in U.S. Navy. ANNA MARY JOHNSON Thespiansg Tigerettesg Senior Commanderp Science Club, secretary: Shorthand Clubg Sizzler Staff, Editorg Monroyan Staffg For- eign Correspondence Clubp Student Councilg president, Freshman Homeroomg junior Home- room, vice-presidentg Homecoming Maid, '51- O 535 :fb-' 5' 3 . A 1 af W, yt I Z li :mga X Page 27 al. 1 ,E A .4-gf" Hubs VF? ,svyr un.-dfld' ' -14" Page 28 SENIORS WILL JOHNSON Thespiansg Glee Club, Science Club, Chess Club, treasurerg Monroyan Staffg Red Cross Representativeg KNOE Radio Programg Ken- tucky Boys' State. ROY JONES Basketball, Captain. BARBARA ANN KELSO Tigerettesg Glee Clubg Future Homemakersg Foreign Correspondence Clubg Red Cross Representative, KNOE Radio Program. MARY LOU KERN Tigerettesg Crlee Club, Shorthand Club, Foreign Correspondence Clubg Library Clubg Basketballg Basketball Manager, Volleyballg Softball. W. DAVID KLEPPINGER Band, Chess, Club. PERRY LASSITER 1 Thespiansg Debate, Glee Clubp Sizzler Staff, Assistant Sports Editorg Monroyan Staffg KNOE Radio Program, chairman, A11- State Chorus, Boys' State. TOMMIE LAWHEAD Bandg Science Club, secretary, Senior Exe- cutive Committeeg Foreign Correspondence Clubg KNOE Radio Program, Basketballg Homecoming Queen, '51, Maid, '503 Secre-b tary, Senior Class, Drum Major, '51, Major- ette, '48-'50g Freshman Cheerleader. GEORGE L OFTON Science Clubg Shorthand Clubg Chess Clubg Foreign Correspondence Club, Library Club, Spanish Club, KNOE Radio Program, Boys' State. SENIORS ROSLYN LUBEL Thespians, Debate, Tigerettes, Chess Club, secretary, Sizzler Staff, Monroyan Staff, Foreign Correspondence Club, Spanish Club, KNOE Radio Program, chairman, Volleyball, Glee Club, Jaycee Radio Round- rabxe, Cherie speaking. PHILIP LYNCH Senior Executive Committee, Foreign Cor- respondence Club, Golf. SANDRA MCADAMS Thespians, Tigerettes, Band, Glee Club, Foreign Correspondence Club, Basketball, Volleyball, Majorette, Chess Club. Jo ANN MCDONALD Thespians, president, '5l- 52, vice-presi- dent, '50-'51, Tigerettes, Future Homemak- ers, Senior Executive Committee, Foreign Correspondence Club, KNOE Radio Program, vice-president, Senior Class, Girls' State, D.A.R. Citizenship Award. 1 ROSEMARY MCGINN Tigerettes, Foreign Correspondence Club, Spanish Club, KNOE Radio Program, Home- coming Maid, '51, secretary- treasurer, Fresh- man Homeroom, Freshman Cheerleader. JANE NEW Transferred from Bolton High School. AMALIE NICHOLS Tigerettes, Glee Club, Science Club, Shorthand Club, president, Foreign Corres- pondence Club, Library Club, KNOE Radio Program, Basketball, secretary-treasurer, Freshman and Sophomore Homerooms, Soft- ball, Tennis. DIANA NOEL Tigerettes, president, '51, vice-president, '50, Shorthand Club, Foreign Correspondence Club, Basketball, co-captain, Softball, Home- coming Maid, '50. Page 29 X 5 f "V 95 f ig 4. .1 gmiww it 6' 1, Page 30 SENIORS RICHARD PAULUS Band, Foreign Correspondence Club, Red Cross Representative, Freshman Football. CAROLYN PETERS Thespiansg Tigerettes, Senior Executive Committee, Foreign Correspondence Club, Student Council, president, Treasurer, Sen- ior Class, Girls' State. JENNY REYNOLDS Tigerettes, Foreign Correspondence Club, President, Sophomore and Freshman Home- rooms. RICHARD REYNOLDS Science Club. JIMMY RIVERS Science Club, treasurer, President, Senior Class, Senior Executive Committee, Photo Club, Golf, Boys' State. JO ANN RIZZO Thespians, Tigerettes, Senior Alternate Commander, Glee Club, Science Club, Short- hand Club, Senior Executive Committee, Library Club, Student Council, KNOE Radio program, Vice-president, Freshmen Home- room, Secretary, Sophomore Homeroom. BARBARA SAMMONS Tigerettes, Band, Shorthand Club. BENNY SAVANNA Band. SEN IORS PATSY SELLERS Tigerettes, Band, Glee Club, Future Home- makers, President, '51-'52, Vice-President, '50, Foreign Correspondence Club, KNOE Radio Program, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Homecoming Maid, '50, Majorette. JOHN SHE PPERSON Magnolia, Ark., Dramatic Club, Home- room Officer, 1950. BETTY JEAN SHIRAH Band, Sizzler Staff, Monroyan Staff, For- eign Correspondence Club, Photo Club, Lib- rary Club, Softball. JOEL SUGAR Tigerettes, treasurer, Science Club, Chess Club, Monroyan Staff, Foreign Correspon- dence Club, Girls' State. SHIRLEY STALL Tigerettes, Glee Club, Foreign Correspon- dence Club, KNOE Radio Program, A11-State Chorus. HOWARD STAPP Band, Glee Club. DONALD STEWART Band, Basketball, Captain, Softball, Base- ball, Freshman Football and Basketball. ELIZABETH ANNE STRATFORD Tigerettes, Glee Club, secretary, Short- hand Club. i Q 14'-""?' - 5 Page 31 ,qw 'Tr lit Page 32 SENIORS TERRI SUE TIDWELL Thespians, Treasurer, Tigerettes, Band, Glee Club, Shorthand Club, treasurer, Chess Club, vice-president, Sizzler Staff, Feature and Alumni Editor, Monroyan Staff, Foreign Correspondence Club, Photo Club, secre tary-treasurer, Library Club, Red Cross Re- presentative, Spanish club, KNOE Program, Basketball Manager, '51, Volleyball Captain, '51, Softball, Voice of Democracy Contest Award by Jaycees. PHILIP THORNTON Softball, Football, Track, Glee Club. JIMMY UPP Science Club, Foreign Correspondence Club, Spanish Club, Football, Golf, Tennis, Boys' State. JANE UNDERWOOD Tigerettes, Shorthand Club, Foreign Cor- respondence Club, Basketball, Homecoming Maid, '49, '50, Cheerleader. AGNES WOODS Tigerettes, Glee Club, Sizzler Staff, For- eign Correspondence Club, Basketball, Softball. DAVID WADSWORTH Glee Club, Football, Baseball, All-State AP Honorable Mention. DOLORES WALLACE Band, Shorthand Club, Homecoming Queen, '50, Maid, '48 and '49, Majorette, Cheer- leader, vice-president, Freshman Homeroom. LLOYDELLE WALTERS Thespians, Tigerettes,'Band, Glee Club, Monroyan Staff, Senior Executive Committee, KNOE Radio Program, All-State Chorus, Maj- orette, Leadership Conference. - SENIORS MARY WARNER Glee Clubg Basketbz-1113 Homecoming Maid. RAYMOND WIL ENZICK Bandg Student Councilg Chess Clubg Science Club, vice-presidentg Photo Clubg KNOE Radio Program. ROBERT WILHITE Student Council. JOE YOUNG Science Club. JOHN A. ZAGONE Bandp Science Clubg Football Manager. .-D-'-wwf 'HW' Y 5 1 Ein M We J' - LJ .g 1 ,..Q 5 , 121,49 V V - ii - W wggg5f' , p:. I E wsmgfw ,. -. 5 Q J 4 S K v Q gags x A- . 5 tw fi K W Q. ,S ,, 5 ,R P , g , 4 , 1-Q ,!',21'i'.,xQx'g f W Sr ' +35 4 xg . 4,f 1, Wig, ..',:5?,,, R 'iii me 1+ HW U M ' 1- N X . W, . R k ,.x 4 v ' , '2fQ'Uf Q. sfgj 1 b Q-yifw L 'L K A is ,. ,, ,,w,vff,y.,,fw s V Q54 , Q ' Ng? G5 ' ' fy. ,yn . K . XV , V k Qs iw ,gps 1 . , wi' . ' 'f -3834: h K, ' whff-A , ,M ff ,xy , .7 I V, K K it S S' ff- W v fi T A ff 1' , 0 1 In the twilight ofthe evening, Whefe the windirig bdjou-flows Cypress shadows cast theirspelklh - And nature's-grandeur glows. ,. :ag x 1 xmd qt . , . 51954. 1 .n-in Xiwnhwulup Qiilfww: 151 ,. gm i K4 THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENTS Tommy Leos Ray Rhymes Nell Rogers Ann Ludwick TI-IIE JU IOR CLASS J U IO RS MRS. BOVE'S HOMEROOM iff- N .. i- ' Q Mrs. Uberah Bove English, Student Guidance .- eg. XB as wk K 'SIT is F X QV 64 i 1 1 is ' ss A' Hildred Adair Sammy Danna Francis Dawson Jeanette Flowers George Fox Louie Gentry Helen johnson Fern Kirk V i f JF. W ff gif 1 I 'j4', fi' ffl .w-M""' Lela Kite Elizabeth Leigh Shirley McDonald Ronnie Marionneaux Max Mayes Mary Frances Pitarro Nell Rogers johnny Sampagnaro wx V - Q21 5' ig 1 Q "' .i nniiii -gp Freclgeilg Frank Scalia Bobby Shafto Geney Wilson ,QE A. E. Culpepper Chemistry, Physics, Science JU N IORS MR. CULPEPPER'S HOMEROOM 0 O 95 E ' A' g x4"""h WWW JoAnn Abraham David Baird Ben Brooks JoAnn Carso Jimmy Dennis Robert Ewing Ann Flinn jerry Frey Page 38 Guy Gannaway jean Gonzales Al Jones Tommy Leos Miles Miller jack Neal jimmy Patton Barbara Rogers Nlinette Smith jon Schroder Charles Slade Ronnie Thompson Martha Williams Mike Bowen Bi11lWi1son Leland Sims Page '39 I lllll UNIURS we ..,--nl 1 Z0 0 14 Z ' New ,fl C Class Officers: foe LeDoux, Ann Ludwick, Linda Thompson, , Marilyn Mussett. Mrs. Flournoy, who teaches English, is not pictured at her request. QQ' Qwg ' . if 1. V 'mel ' -Z: H A g,Q 5 r My ...,. 3.55 H, jay Adams Susan Anderson Barrie Barringer Ann Branch Charles Coe Rodney Cottrell Tommy Dansby Maxine Grant Delmas jackson jackie Kee se Phyllis Joe Ledoux Ann Ludwick Carolyn McNabb Bettye Moore Marilyn Mussett Bobby joe Oden Yvonne Saxon Bill Stevens Alice Mae Tarpley Linda Thompson Ralph Troy Norman Waddell Miss Mary Hester JUNIORS MISS HESTER'S HOME ROOM Ken Abington English 'Q' ,HmAiu..m,m ,,,,, War. L on Sam Cararas Dick Campbell jane Blanchard I ,. v,A, . L 7 Barbara Bloomer Evelyn Cruse Lynda Davis joe Marie Ellett JoAnn Fuller .ar H Page 42 Barbara Gaar jack Gaines 'Tommie jean Joe Ivy Bobby Jack son Hopkins Allan Lofton Bill C'Kelly Pat Parnell Harry Pei Ray Rhymes fy Billy jim Robison LaFern Shirey jean Stovall Joyce Taylor Given Williamson ivf' gf fi 139' Page 5 , 1 Ye QE .QQ .,,,, :'h I-Qifl 1 Af- 4 ,V 1 - W ,, H ,N ,V .vw . 1 ' It Q, ', ,fy ' ,. Y' , i 5? 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' Q If f 2 1 L No beauty matches that ofthe endmg day "' i .1 .av aw.s ang if Q " . ,B ,VY wi' A W - . . ., - K' s r 5 ki? K gg'-'kay' x is it J A 4. A A if ,Q .G A, ,iw . ' 5 f M x A fy af ,.,. 6 M- is fi? 'QT W-gp V fm SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Alton McCready, Martha lane Oden, Mike Cage THE SGP!-IO GRE CLASS X, SOPHOIVIORES M ISS BARRON 'S HOMEROOM QV n -4 .J Page 46 Fred Allen Philip Ambrose jerry Armistead Laura Bassett 1,2-a rry GE Efarham 1, muah :Er oa jnax Klernlrard Ginger Blanks like 'S w Q VLMU -""'h N ' Jeanne Ann Choate Robert ll 6A ' dah Beth Dollar D T ,pri 1 WLL . 1 A ' 04, Elstdi Fr Von Earle Gates jerry Gregory Vinqe' nusa Dick Hamberlin JoAnn Heinberg Pcqe 47 V? x ,, , Sz' tw . f E Martha Ann Coon Rex Dillingham Betty Gammel Marion Huckaby but xx fl APG' ,gy , :LA james Hudson Alvin Lipson 5, r, , .JN r lk? Q-9' XR' ' 3,2 xCharlene Menard xi' xi. I ff' X.flConnie Pickering L . 1 we nigga . ffm ,..'...' 2.2: 'Ei W n gy Ilz . 32 .. Doyle Hopkins Merilyn Magnon Celia Montrozos Skippy Portman joe Lacy Earline Mathus Gwen Osborn Pat Reitzell jimmy Lewis Alton McCready Reese Peterson Q Buddy Rizzo V 'Q l is Fr wgrsfm 'xx -.if A V , -Q ",. ig., U 'Q Bobby Roddey Clayton Smith Lois Stephens JoAnn Walsworth Pat Ruple Joyce Smith Barbara Stoler Linda Welch Horace Smith Clara Ann Starnes Red Swanson Carl Wilder v , R J V r Z i t A f I Q -gums : Charles Smith Rodney Statham Ronald Tressnor Pat White SOPHO ORES X. '-.Q Q, rv- A , J? '71 , f '-.j -.-., Q1 ,axsf VYNg A.hT?,,'P:3SgSggZZE: D. W. Griffith Mathematics M ggi? Robert Barnes Pauline Barringer Gail Bingham Mike Cage jo Cross Bunnie Cummins Gene Dorman Gayle Elliott Page 50 IERQ Carolyn Graham Billy Handy Bud jones Tommy Kalil jack Mahaffey Lester Martin Bill McDonald jon Mask jerry McWilliams Billy Miller Marilyn Nectoux Catharine Noel Patsy Raspberry Mike Ritter Don Sampson ,.....,,.....,.1 Page 51 john Schepis Georgia Schumaker Pat Simmons Harold Smith Ray Townley Billye Faye Williams ' A W julia Bess Williams E Lilie Arm Wooley is gi MJ . H 2 if W Asia kr X as ' X i f :if siiiav 54 ? J 5? f f m w i -.xg I f y f' 1 fi g ..k, ff. M P If? J 5 Ag SGPHOMURES J. W. Hammett Mathematics , X,"-jf KZZT' may if-api 7 gi g ' ' A ff 7 L jg , B7 "'4 'tZLL A 1 Q V , Laura Barton Thomas Boyles Fannie Bell Brooks A Barbara Browman Toni Burlingham Don Bush Tommy Chatham Mickey Clay Page S4 Rita Davis Albert Ellis Alma Fuller Linda Gaar Wiley joe Gates Barbara Gresham W. J. Haddad Pauline Hannah Lucy Anne jackson Ed johnson Margaret Lee Dorothy Lou McAmi Gail McDowell Martha jane Oden Dick Seidenspinner Ernestine Shirey Walter Sims Sally Smith Ronnie Stark Catherine Underwood Johnny Wendell Page 55 J-:FY IN MEMORIAIVI JAMES RADN EY Our Friend and Fellow Student Killed in a motorcycle accident December 1951 + 1 l .4 . I IQ 1 , 5 -4 FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENTS Shamblin, Torrance, Breard, Doernberg, Sellers, Seller FRESHIVIE Miss Harriet Boyle Commerce Doug Byrd Dorothy Burroughs l Ruth Brown Carolyn Courtney Ellis Fitler Pete Guiterrez Conway Griffin Corkey Harkness Marshall Hinton LaVel1 Huckabee Linda Hornbeak +135 " ' Tipl - Page S8 Carol Heron jack Hover Louise Kinney Tommy McDonald David Marchman Annette Moak Buddy Miller Patsy Railey Bob Pete Shamblin john Scogin Eunice Scalia Donald Spatafora Coy Theus Frank Webb Sue Williams il!" 4957 Q".-Zn Puge 59 fd' FRESHMEN Lawrence Lofton Biology, Science sn, Xia LJ tv V. B. Dunn Philip Gold jerry Aston m Mickey Burford Ernest Carter joy Dawson Kenneth Fowler David Fruend Fran Guthrie an Betty Grafton Betty jean Hand Elaine Hesketh MQ -qi Ann Higgins Sherwood Holmes Sally Kennedy Charles McAdams Monya McKenzie Craig Morgan Gaye Olcott Nancy Rea Dick Seiler Carolyn Stewart Mary Rita Smith j. W. Hogan Dickie Womack jerry Weller Gene Williams Martha Williams Gene Windes Ann West fa? 17' 5 , .1 ,.. E 'ii' 3 II E FRESHMEN MISS KENNEDY'S HOMEROOM Miss Ruth Kennedy Mathematics ef f Billie Marie Beaudion Betty jean Bedgood George Boyd zona can Clay june Corbin JoAnn Cotton Page EZ Louise Doernberg jack Dunn Raymond Gambino I S V if I fknbu 4 ysi::s'sEE Q EY finif 01" Page 63 Ashley Hamilton Anne Higgins Bill jones Jo Libby Johnston Marvin Kitchens Josephine LaPietra Sallie Oliver Larry Reeves Dorothy Robertson Karl Thompson Sammy Thompson Paul Williams Tommy Womack Helen Woolsey jimmy Wyche Crawford Ezell Connie Falk Marcia Faulk Mary Jane Fergerson Cynthia Hart Williard Hancock Betty Herring Sara Lou Hudson Maurice Lindsay FRESHMEN MRS. RElD'S HOMEROOM Mrs. Stella Reid French, Social Studies Armand Breard Sue Campbell Tommy McBride Bobby McElroy s Gloria Moore Betty Peden Mary Alice Petty Walter Ryland Freddy Serrett Martha Schwab C. W. Statham Nancy Sue Smith Barbara Tarrence Lydia Varirro james Vickers Roderick White Pete Woodman J M5 'N MMM -ef'-'jr '92 FRESHIVIE Miss Ruth Simmons Lakin, Spanish WR Ill? .A N.. lr 0 Magnifier!! 1 J W 'k as f Mariana Altick Linda Barton Wayne Causey nsuhbr Mary Louise Danna jan Demmary Reba Forrest Avail? .aiu Page 66 Carolyn Futrell Robert Gambino Larry Hall VW? mf:-11' F1 or ,si yr 9' .A r--"'7 rm., Carolyn Freeman Carolyn Flefning Botsy !XlcClanahan janet Mahaffey Charles Newman Shelby Southall ,..--fe' 15 'QHTY jo Frances Petagna Bobby Sellers 1 fy P AA. J' 'iw i f"!!'f 6 ri ff Q lla Mae jones jimmy Lea Roseann Marks Louise Nelson Bobbie jean Sanders Allen Wainwright Esther Quigley Gerry Waddell Fa, 2-wir' .3 fx rxg ?f'lE? P i-..ffT1D Page 67 Qi W W M ,,,. 1 'llfllw' :MPM WWF' 1' K. ,gguollk WWW Stamp ,M MGHW UW' pw ' :qiF'k14",!'z:5s3. ?Q.N5Bi2fQx73??3'xvwww1, My g Q' 1QrWMY gb f William A. Ruple, Head Coach mf :Lira 3 : un. mm- , M . -i v COACHING STAFF: Left to right, George Luffey, end coachg jim Coats, varsity back- fieldg Rupleg Richard Salter, junior highg Gus Petterson, freshman, and Charlie Brown, physical education. 9 , . QA .X ., .. . ro 5 o if Q dl is sf' 1 lr' it ,R 2-as 'HE as is? Iwi :uit ' K S, Q xl ' ,, 5 Q 5 3 N? 2 5 'Q ' A . , Ii ff mg r ig - V if V 'Fi w i wy ' if MM 1 w K aan ff ans mamma in L "' "".-.."'1... f.- fm 1 ...Q use dl :ho guna M.. me ...mv- y.-Q r. sub Y E.. W use .3 . -N ...,. V' pw..- P' 4 mu. -an-v ,-...a--aussi: Egg- .XM-uns r r V l l l - ez. ,Y , If ...ap .L Q ual 719'-'f , wma it -an Q-- ffl, X , I 1 z mum- -am- 'X an-.ans unn- . ,ggp ...N Ii uw dana 1 1 -o snn.............. ......, ...- can mv ,fm-W .ma 4.-W, new -sunt edit X --1. namespa- if-aw 1--A-s--.gun CHEERLEADERS an-up vm Q.. sun-an an ...Q 1-up ow- N-M .na 4 M nan an mow- ,. -..W -f . suns -an morn: W sim... anno ...Mm aun- 'nsr no --A ...- rw-. qw .N 9913551155-rjrfsgsra i rig E V, X' J X JP' CHEERLEADERS FOR 1951-52. Left to right, Barbara Barker, Katharine Guerriero, jane Underwood, and Dolores Wallace. The cheerleaders of any school make up an important factor in building school spirit. At Neville, the cheerleaders, elected by the student body by popular vote, have made for themselves a unique place in student life. 'They are always ready and avail- able to support school activities. XXNX Q . 1 .rx 'X Eaeiiiifi! N EE - A "' Q F N 71 L gig' fuidlifzcua Bobby Shafto Tackl e tax of Resume by Perry Lassiter Neville's 1951 football season is the record of one of the lightest and most inexperienced teams playing one of the toughest schedules in the history of the school. The Tigers played five AA teams and five conference teams, win- ning five and losing five. ' Four of the losses were to AA teams, and the single conference loss was to Ruston. NEVILLE 7: BOLTON 0 An upset over AA Bolton of Alexandria open- ed the season for theTigers. Tommy Leos made the first touchdown of the year, scoring on a 20-yard pass from Sidney Fuller, which he ran . I Fred Seiler Tackle ,Q ' . mv' the remaining 22 yards to paydirt. Leland Sims kicked the point. Ken Abington, a junior and defensive left end, was the outstanding defen- sive player of the game. S1 -ffm , lp , Nm Q' "' ,Q af X 1' i Q M sf AM f ali?" an Ni! .ig av nf I -he if WL ,..1 Jerry McWilliams B ack Miles Miller Back t fyx M N! 5-vnrfw fr' NEVll LE 133 RAYVILLE 6 Rayville fell victim to the fast rising Tigers the next week when the Monroe eleven upset the Hornets, 13-6. The first Neville score was the result of a Fuller to Abington pass for a total of 37 yards. Tommy Leos made the other touch- down, his fourth of the season, on a three yard plunge to clinch the Neville victory. This was the biggest upset of the season for the Bengals since Rayville, with one of the strongest teams in years, was pointing for the district title. It was the only game they lost in district- play. Ken Abington End M Wh ' ., ' George Fox E' 'f Center U -. P 4 - tt, , 5 .. if - i.. 'sew Tir' -"Ig , , - t . xr . 5. ga. ' p '- ,. 4 L fi I 41' . V ,,.' ' V' " f""ei1 as y it at H at i ew S. . 1 ,. ff. ' iff is 'M' i t " "': , 'i i t r 71 - i', 5.2 5" " lfaiswge A fa 3 1,1 V, A . f :gpm , at ,......-, K ' . 1 -'Q 3 ,FM '. 2- " 2 rx .M f g , - Q - p sy- ,- . A ' 4 -- , .ff .' . AA , y T i 1, V, V I if ,swf Y 5 Y, , Q 1 t t , I 1 R 1. I r - .Q A M .W 369 'wg .L ,. Ai 114 7R Sidney Fuller Back Phillip Thornton Guard NEVILLE 0: HAYNESVILLE 7 Neville journeyed to Haynesville the next week to drop the second game of the season to the Golden Tornado, 7-0. The Tigers only once were able to penetrate past the AA team's ten, and then they were stopped before they could score. The rest of the game was a see-saw battle after the score, with neither team able to score an advantage. NEVILLE 41: FARMERNILLE H Neville won its third straight conference game by whipping the Farmerville squad, 41-14 The Farmers displayed a surprising passing attack which netted them over 200 yards, but they were not able to gain on the ground. Dicky Cotton and Sidney Fuller were the outstanding players for the Bengals in this game, both scoring two of the touchdowns and playing outstanding defensive ball. johnny Wendell and Skippy Portman made the remaining ,tallies for Neville. Fred Seiler made five extra points. f u 4 3 K . ffwv-.F N ' 4' N . L , m , '. L Q ,we :QX7 ,gg M 2 gg , ,f X 1 x ,ff 'W - , ' ,WA f I . .5 wi Vg "11- K 1 N is X7 it .', qw 4-K I Al Q 5415! 'nw' gi f,Q,,x, Em, t V,1fZ,. iiffx ir .J X Vx N U . , gf, K 1' ' 4 , 1 V ' f ,,,f' L - - 2 f A ' 1 1 ' ., V ,M -K .3 ,,g U H 'Qii,AfA!, , in Q Mfg '3' V 3' Q' A - v.,"' U 'iw -J awk K 4 fr .K fri NEVILLE 0: BATON ROUGE I9 Nineteen to zero was again the score as the Bulldogs from Baton Rouge High defeated the Bengals in a hard fought game. Students who travelled to the state capitol with the team will never torget the cold snap that hit so un- expectedly and caught them with insufficient winter clothing. ' ' Von Earl Gates Quggggqs N t End '13 minima David Wadsworth En Center Q Mi, , - if , TL,-ff, N ' A 1' ,. 9 we 'W' an ' ,- if 3 .,,wd5'5"t Q ww" Minn LV NEVILLE 6: FAIR PARK 53 Fair Park who later went on to win the North Louisiana AA championship, handed Neville its worst defeat in several years, 53-6. The Tigers' lone TD came after jimmy Dennis set it up with a 40 yard run. Sidney Fuller scored througha perfect opening on a quarterback sneak. NEVILLE 7: BASTROP 6 To close the 1951 season, the Tigers defeated the Bastrop Rams, 7-6 at Neville stadium. In spite of the close score, Neville was greatly superior to Bastrop in the statistics department, making ll first downs to five, and 216 yards on the ground to 149. Leos, who had made the first TD of the season, also made the last. McWilliams ran the point. 7aaZ5caZZ mm THE 1951 EDITION NEVILLE TIGERS-First row left to right: Stevens, Seiler, Wadsworth, Fuller, Thornton, Gannaway, Sims, Leos, Fox and Adams. Second row left to right: O'Ke11y, Miller, Upp, Dennis, Rizzo, Shafto, Gates, Allen, Mayes, Abington and Barringer. Third row left to right: Crump, Courtney, Johnson, Boggs, Portman, lVIcCready, Frey, Harrison, Gaines, Cotton, Wendell, Ledoux, and McWilliams. JACK IVIAHAFFEY Tiger Manager Editor"s Note: Dfnk Seidenspinner is also a Tiger matager. Page 80 1 V 25 si S- V -- ffl 1, V- Qin. X N 8 N 'QOQQQS 'f 4 22 xxx XXL K E i . eg , Yi, KJ! gage ' 'iw 'X awwwe lf' Kg' : L it x 1 it 1951-52 BASKETBALL SQUAD: Standing left to right: Guy Gannaway, Tommy Leos, Jaekie Neal, Red Swanson, Ronnie Stark, john Crump, Billy Hardy, Roy Jones, Donald Stewart and Ray Rhymes. Kneeling, Al Jones, manager, Coach Meador, and Harry Petty, manager. Zcwhetlafl SEASON RESULTS Neville Opponents Neville Opponents 27 Bolton 63 42 Winnsboro 34 26 LaSalle 22 30 Calhoun 42 29 Rayville 27 33 LaSalle 50 29 Ruston 42 31 Rayville 37 27 LaSalle 53 41 Bonita 43 39 Rayville 40 39 Pioneer 32 33 Baskin 48 33 Baskin 40 35 Farmerville 33 37 Farmerville 20 36 Baskin 26 19 Natchez 51 26 Bolton 58 45 Bastrop 56 28 Bastrop 50 44 Winnsboro 64 49 Bonita 37 30 Oak Grove 35 33 Natchez 39 19 Farmerville 18 Zdm "B" SQUAD: Standing left to right: Frank Scalia, Norman Waddell, Mike Cage, Robert Cudd Bill Stevens, Rodney Cottrell, Ronnie Marionneaux, jerry McWilliams, Gene Barham, Jack Ma haffey. Kneeling, jerry Aston, Alton McCready, Leland Sims. f Q Stark jumps center SEASON RECORD Girls' Basketball Neville Opponents 26 Bolton 51 25 LaSalle 42 27 Rayville 31 10 Farmerville 40 28 Bolton 49 32 Bastrop 37 29 Bonita 52 31 Natchez 31 26 Winnsboro 45 12 LaSa'l1e 31 15 Rayville 17 27 Bonita 49 29 Bastrop 12 20 Start 29 36 Farmerville 54 14 Natchez 19 48 Natchez 39 38 Bastrop 27 26 Winnsboro 52 6 Oak Grove 73 26 Oak Grove 67 ' I Pflqe 84 what MWWJM.. 234135 Q 4, . A , ,, is 5' A ' Y Ag Q A f . ' z W h . . i 3 9 ,, h. ,,,. S fl, ff w. A 4 1 I M if V . W Qu 1 ! I g ja it ,M - if 1 z -. 'F' Q N' 1- fx , ""' K tlfx 2 ff NWN: 1 be ' s Q ' I ,s S 1-fb f Q f '1 9, .kxpgb-fp x W-f '53 I 5 I -,X V. az 744155455 i 1951 FRESHIVIAN SQUAD, First row left to right: Wainriight, Ellis, Coe, Statham, Boggs, Lacy, Wilder, Radney Cdeceasedj, Smith-, Towrnley. Second row: Williams, Peterson, Dillingham, Holmes, H-in-ton, Ritter, Freund, Martin, Gambino. 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Back Row: Slade, Danna, Thompson, Scfbggin, Cottrell, Hover, Campbell. fl V LEADERSHIP CCDNFERENCE MARY LOU HARRIS LLOYDELLE WALTERS 'YU' gt jg" , R " X 5 1" ii if Wa ' an Q. TIGERETTES. lu. EM. Z , -.... I ,,,, Wllilfii - ll Hi' 7 1 I .... Anna Mary johnson, Senior Tigerette Commander, in front. First Row: Mahaffey, Barton, Sue, Hudson, Varino, Kennedy, Grant, Mussett, Smith, Grafton, Blanchard, Bai-ringer, Sanders, Burlingham. Second Row: Jones, Williams, Fleming, Hart, Stams, Smith, Kite, Davis, Ruple, Coon, Tarrence Dawson, Ranch, Moore. Third Row: Ludwick, Scalia, Robertson, Bedgood, Railey, Cross, Wilson, Tarpley, Anderson, Magnon, Oden, lVk:Dowe1l, Ferguson, Bingham Fourth row: McGinn, Oliver, B'eckenridge, Johnston, McKenzie, Rea, Fox, Smith, Futrell, Petty, West, Bloomer, Reitzell, Underwood. Fifth Row: Nectoux, Patterson, White, Marks, Brown, Hand, Abraham, Rogers, Frazer, lVk:Arnis, Mathus, Demmary, Menard, Noel. Sixth Row: Harris, Dollar, Heinberg, Ras- berry, Bridge, Campbell, Ellett, Williams, Stratford, Bamford, Sammons, Burroughs, Blanks, Bowman. Seventh Row: Burroughs, Williams, Adair, Olcott, Osbom, Herron, Hombeak, Theus, Noel, Hall, Coats, Doemberg, Williams, Lubel. Eighth Row1 Faulk, Parnell, Simmons, Nichols, Gaar, Stoler, Rogers, Burford, Leigh, Moak, Walsworth, Courtney, Petagna, Flowers. Ninth Row: Blanchard, Kern, Fincher, Huckaby, Hannah, Guthrie, Johnson. party for all on stage after 1 E5 1 xGERE1 we '.2x'2f Page 108 TIGERETTES, s J Mrs. G. E. Boggs Asst. Director ' 5 'GLS X X , 'K I I 1 f 1 -1 V? Lawrence WiHey f S Xxx Defouf' Direcfor X 70 '+ 1. Q , -' ,QZN CafD1'7"Ol 1-W' X ,f xifsw ff 0 fi THESPIANS 'H T ,vv'f'-'VN ' La l '-Q, 0 THESPIANS. Standing, Sammy Danna, Johnny Clay, Carolyn Peters, Jerry Armistead, Perry Lassiter, Mary Lou Harris, john Lacy, sponsor, Pattie Smith, Martha Williams, Ann Branch, Charles Slade, and Sandra Mc- Adams. Seated: Mary Joyce Hancock, Jo Marie Ellett, Terri Tidwell, Lloydelle Walters, Barbara Barker, Bettye Bamford, Alice Mae Taroley, JoAnn McDonald, and Jeannette Flowers. 3 diffs as K iff' M , S Y , J 4 on ' ll' QM X f 1,,,Ml,,.,e 4 'F Another scene from "Here Come the Brides 17 - fl.. xr . 1, ,, ,f .. M-Lf M51 H 77 Scene from f Here Come the Brides Wax, JM . X , A .S k i gf , . ' 'Sn - SQ: M ,yiy x .vi-.: I QE' 5 5l! 1 BAND THE NEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND N . Wi . ,D e D 3 H ' i r 15"-P J h W. Davis Depicting Neville "N" Jo n Director One of the band's chartered buses for a long trip in support of the team BAND Lawhead Gammel Pickering Stovall McAdams Choate Sellers Montrozas WHHCTS Below: Mr. Davis conducts the Mixed High School Chorus through a class session. 1111-1--.nn ' f Q , Lee E, ESM 'SQQE , L f f ,s wif-1 V ' ,. 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Richard Salter Science, lunior High Athletic Coach 0 ECHO! ,ss s J, 1 ingKOYX Y Penn M bn Dewe rs, R 30 Shop Muzgth Avemtt 90105508 Miss Clara Hall English J he LeV etgne M5298 fs Leslgnglish lefzce Mrs. Dorothy Greer English Robert Me r Soci tudi es l , , B111 Ledoux moves rn for a tackle and coming up behind is Tom Causey Nat Troy is coming across from the r1ght of the p1cture THE JUNIOR HIGH PROGRAM The junior High participates in all of the major activi- tres in the physrcal education classes and organized athletics Athletics in the seventh and eighth grades provide a continuation for the program of developing athletes 1n the grammar grades, and this program leads directly into the high school program W QQ 1 5 3 f 1' my KM "gc Qx -4 ' ..- .J .. - S nf J u H , . 'o ng, 5 ,1 552 S. gk. X RICHARD SALTER Director of Junior High School Athletics JU IOR HIGH SCHGOL FOOTBALL Poised below are a number of members of the first team of the junior High squad. These boys are the future varsity who are at work laying the foundation for great teams in the near future. L.: 4, gg lv I-:lsr ui 1-vv i I I l i CHEERLEADERS, JUNIOR HIGH: Left to fight. Pat Barker, Betty Scott, Billy Ann Ruple, and Marilyn Crow- le I? any Q ,ll 3 ,Q v ln' x L K SX 3 fx! 4 Ez 4,61 3 , .,, ,, , ef ff 42 WN if fav 6 1 'f 4 f f..mg,,WZ GEORGE IUSER, Assistant Principal at Neville, prlesseints trophy for league championship to BILLY KING, Captain of the junior High squad. 5? fl , 32 1 man JE' Aw Zaaketfafi THE JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD. Front row: Hannah, Holzmann, Dollar. Second row: McNabb, Stephens May, Smith, Cerniglia, Maxwell. Back Row: Sa 1- ter, coach, Fincher, Causey, Lewis, King, and Stevens. Q1 I 1 ,gg V-VLL A W He Q, YW H , ' Ek Xl t f Q I all 4. 5 'f G wiik 51-4' A-25 7 K 2 7 ii! 4 quq u S Q ' ' fr E Q, mf SSS. iw I 1 N X E X X A x S :.f-gk 1' xxx --Q X X 2 K , Q my - Q 1 - X ' - - - L - 'S iii?-ii W xNNp.i'.-ix.-,..---X X 4 X L 1 .. A X X S 'P Q - I . ' -ms x K f . . 4 L 9 .sw ' dnnN Q ' Q Mwst 2 4 2 L Q Tig: ' - . -INT, . . ' Ze The Tigerette Cubs is the junior High edition of the Neville Tigerettes, widely known for their drill routines. The Cubs provide new girls with background for entrance into the pep squad in the freshman year. EW , an if III! sm.. N 11 V Below: The Cubs in a familiar Tigerette formation. N..--.-.-. f' N , ..... -.. .Q .L 12f?f ,ff -'B --rf. - ' w THE JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL WOl'kS hand in hand with the student body representatives of the senior high school in the support of all school activities. Seated, left to right, Mrs. Oberah Bove, sponsor, Bob Ambrose, president, jack Sedberry, vice president, Virginia Cage, secretary, and Norma jean Gregory, treas- urer, Standing, Frank Hover, Richard Ringheim, Penny Prophit, Martha Seiler, Betty Port, Billy King, Wayne McDonald, and Bobby Johnson. Page 139 A Stone Wall. just Looking What's this? Free Gum samples. Dudes. ,H an Footloose 8a Fancy Free Welcome, Summer' All mouths are open... One in every crowd. "I don't drink..." N Q MMR Party? Mari.. Ceremony at Flagpole. Model? Wooden bed All the weight 's on top. Page 142 Radio + Coke + Food + Book equals: Study Hall Birds of a Feather flock. Salter gives the works E f it-rn ,, - Showoff? Page 143 ,ggzlnffw ww? M JU fwnuumlm' .M-in just here and there. , . - I gg ig Mgifki is -' A 93 V Y ULHHUH MQ? Pat Barker Billy King an-""" ' ld Qzcwle N M Seuewii Paz AHWD L x A e I af 1 L AMX 'VM Jack Rivers Ulhos rge 851687, Page 146 David Bfmson X1 -if X QY if fi 'sw V' gl' L' fi 31. , . -'35, L . hm, ' ws, 4 -. W ,C -A V EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Seated: Joe D. Guerriero, Billie Ann Ruple, Ralph Dollar. Standing: David Brilnson, Alan Petty and Spec Lewis Page 149 Ann Adams Pat Anderson Armadine Anthony Bob Ambrose Shirley Arnold George Baber Beverly Bailey Pat Barker M Glen Bassett A Charles Bearden 'lvlary Bishop Andy Bloomer Iarolyn Boyce jimmy Branch Dot Brennan -x7 o Page 150 ,HH ,pu wr' A g 3 Q. .mu-iff -lf, ,WY Page 151 David Brenson Diane Brown jan Brown Sarah Buckles Br '-ah Burkett Bill Burroughs Virginia Cage Gordon Cail V In Q Johnnie Caldwell o I 1 Mary Ann Cameron Kay Cantrell Catherine Carso Robert Carter Tommy Causey George Cerniglia' Randolph Coates Maxine Cohn Phares Corder Bryan Crutcher Marilyn Crowley Evelyn Cruse Carolyn Cummings Jay Cummins Diana Cutler Carolyn Dansby Henry Dawson jimmy Dimos Ralph Dollar Eugene Dupuy Barbara Elliott ffm lim W Page 152 Mary Elizabeth Fairly Maunsell Fatheree Fleming Ted Flynn jimmy Ford Dawson Ann Forman jo Ann Fuller Marie Fuller Janis Futrell Benny Gray Billy Greenlee 0 jane Gregory ,Pr Gladybelle Gruber joe Guerriero J. B. Fincher Bunny Hanks Betty Hixson Henry Holdiness Peggy Holdiness Frank Hover Beverly Humphries Ann jarrell Rose Marie Johnson Patricia jordan Rhetta Kahn Billy King Edward Kleppinger Glen Langley Marie LaPietra , Nancy Ledbetter Page 154 1 T'l , c ,. . 1 , 1 P 'W rw Q H2494 X 7 J ' J B x f 4 f 'hr I , X ie Q ,fr A .3 K 'F' 5 1 Q A iz. fp? W S ' f QM 1, J 4 ,Q ylf 1r""'i9 1 ,Q-waz' awe, Page 155 M T I, LLM I 7 :Ti izvglj ' J ' l How dLewis Spec Lewis Marcia Lubel N N joy Ludwick Barbara Luton fa. 1 23, Qsflearror McBride 4 F i N2 ijoella McC1eary C x , 'N , Marilyn McCormick Elizabeth McCoy Kay McCue Hu McDonald mf ,XD V, i Wayng!MCDoBa' x , 8' ki y ,Xi J n re rf 0 Lj.fCjx:o1g1!M5I:!Ic41ey J fy , ' 5Y,?.,"' N cc ,-.J Ralph McNabb Ronnie May Hel ma n Meador Theo Miles Wendell Moody Ted Mooney jane Moore Molly Naff Roy Nash Margie Newman Linda Noe Bobby Peden Allan Petty Mary Pilgrem Betty Port Joyce Posey Betty Ruth Price fly? r fi l 1 A 31 W x"hg-ef 'mf Lillian Price Frederick Purifoy Ardell Radney Leon Rachell Charles Reed Marcell Reinhardt jack Rivers Henry Rogillio Billie Ann Ruple Joe Salinos Jimmie Salsbury Rita Saxon J. C. Scalia Page 157 Betty Scott Patsy Sea ma n jack Sedberry Prent Seymore Carmelyn Slavent Frank Smith Guy Smith Nancy Smith George Sneurngs ' Larry Stephens Janice Strong joy Sutton Sid Swink Margaret Taylor Sandra Tooke 19 5? ,aint I ff , 4 1 'sf , ,f - fail rl A ,,l mi -9 J W .J 9 5 L? X A n Z 1 H WW W fm W2 Pqgffgwfii xc .a 1 ,f 1-1 George Trousdale Kay Turner Sarah jane Upp Mertle Vallery George Varino Margaret Varnado L. E. Wagner jane Walker Kathryn Walker jim Wallace jimmy Warner Chuck Weinberg Janice Welch Mary Pat Welch S Billy Wells Sandra Wilder Glenda Williams james Williams jane Williams joe Williams Ruth Williams O. E. Woods Jerry Womack Linda Womack jane Worthen Billy Young Rita Zagone Lynn Zoll Page 160 V in SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Seated: Kay Worley, Martha Riser, Norma Jean Gregory, Booide Malone. Standing, Mickey Yeryr, Lynn Ebhrfidgb, and Henry Thomas Page 161 Dickie Abraham Mary Emily Adams Nancy Albright Billy Allen jim Altick Ralph Armstrong Louise Arrant jimmy Awl Buddy' Barton Dorothy Rose Baugh Trudy Baugh Alice Beacham Richard Bedgood Carl Berry Linda Bickham Pacje 162 Page 163 Edwin Blackwell jimmy Boone Laura Louise Bowles Nancy Breard Helen Bridges Mallen Brock Frank Brookings Billy Brownlee Joyce Brownlee Charlotte Bruscato Silvia Burgess Barbara Burllngharn Carol Cage Kenny Cagle ' Judy Calk Bobby Cernizlia Sandra Chitty . john Cobb Phil Corder Kay Cotton Clarence Courtney jerry Cross Lanny Culver JoAnn Cupples Mary "J o V Davenport Shirley Davis Roger Dean joan Dupuy Emiiy Kay Ensminger y Lynn Ethridge .K Y sf :if Ari JO wav 1 f J 3: V X X if ., .. X L of iv A .fy f s w, ,,--,- f X- 1 'a - EA, ' C , . . 'W , Y' -4 fi 'Q-Pr .5 'L I , , x fur 3 ' -L 5 f A A- . . 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' ms: t we X . 1' rr, , 1?-5 Q , M1515 -nf' r .s. if Q W? ,,.,A.A , M, fr W g b alt ARMY 5 WH M fn ,K an I.Qg!,, :I V ,gk + ann - .M3 and-an-yn Page 165 JR' Carol Falk Cheryl Fink Ioan Fontana I ,Billy jean Foster Mary Louise Franklin Tommy Frazer Curtis Freeman Carolyn Freund Olan Gentry Marvin Gibson Maxine Gilbert Archie Gilliland Jimmy Godfrey Leona Grayson Bill, Gregory Norma jean Gregory james Gunter Alice Guyton Carolyn Hancock john Hannah Henry Hawthorne Sharron Haynes john Hays jimmy Hegwood Felix Hernandez Sally Hinkle Norma jean Holcomb Benny House Marklay Huey Yvonne Huckabee Page 166 Page 167 Patricia Hudson Henrietta Hunt Victor Irby Barbara Jean Jackson Ann James Gwen John Bobby Johnson J une J ohns on Glen Johnston Huey Jones Carol Jordan Janice Joyce Robert Kellogg Donald King Clifford LaFrance Virginia Laurent Beverly Leach jimmy Lee Arnold Liles Alice Loper Margaret Lowery Neva Lyons Pat McCarthy Damon McDonald Polly McDuffie joan McGruder Ouida McKenny Carolyn McWilliams Marjorie Malone Marie Martin if S S' Sf E Q rf X will 3 5 , S ai A Q 'K' '4 ff uf ., .,5T5f",i' u ,, ' ' I! 5 it LA., y P M 45' , s -,' . ff' W 'mei Qi :MV .qi ..,...nw1V ivan, l Q 5 rr I .,4fhy,vf?'f' 1 , AJ. fd' ,'AA 7 9 1 ? - ,:-' :' in ,,.-4 ff l ' K ,gr v xv 1 .-f ,gvgaffi t x A iffy ,QIFY 'T' 45 Billy Mathus Scottv Maxwell Kenneth May Patricia Mills Ronnie Miles Betty Montrozos Tracy Moore Rudy ' Murphy Hugh Murray Raymond Nelson Steve Nichols Penny Nowel ' Charles Nugent Ellis Otwell Barbara Panzico Frankie Parrino Waymon Prather Kay Perkins Ingrid Peterson Rosilyn Pitts Penny Prophit Mary Agnes Rachal Terry Reeves james Rice Richard Ringheim Brenda Ringo Martha Riser Roxie Roberts Jerry Robinson Arnold Rowell Page 170 AJ IU sg - Page 171 C. P. Rowell Donnie jean Rucker A Beverly Rushing Ronnie Sammons Anrra Sue Salsbury Martha Seiler Patricia Shephard Frances Shirah Gene Simmons Beverly Smith Clydene Smith Sara Smith Parry smith Carol Spatafora Sue Stubbs V Billie Sue Swanson Lynn Theus Helen Theus Alice Faye Thomas Henry Thomas Larry Tilly Norman Trezner Letha Tresevant H. B. Tripp Nat Troy Patricia Ann Trull Donnie Truner Elton Upshaw Wayne Van Don Waldron .V V, ,. H , 4 3 ,wr 5 if f '-1 -3 , Q? E ima, W ,". , ,.f.Q fi 5 2 ifwff' W Page 173 Martha Wallingsford Merlyn Watkins Mary Elizabeth Webster Winston Wells Joe Wheeler Ray White Frances Wiggins jerry Womack Mark Womack Bernice Wood Barbara Worley Kay Worley Elsie Mae Williams Martha Williams Mary Emma Wilson Mickey Yerger Qhhley Young Wve 7051717 . p if 55 f I- IE f f If ' A 'gf' L gi' I k is gi" 5 Ji . N 2 ' 1 'fx . K, , , 1 - "',, - -1 nf 1' ',', 1: !l il ' vw ! 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JAM 1309 LOUISVILLE AVENUE PARLOR CITY LUMBER CU. Lumber and Building Material Monroeg ,Louisiana il i f ' Xmas: See 'fRed"'Adair:forrthat BOB BURNS PRINTING COMPANY Know Thai' Your Printing ls Good Dial 7I64 PIGGlY WIGGLY .much .needed ztruck! West G.M.6. Truck 8,Truilnr Q5-iii., it k i ' " mon STOBES gLA.,INC.. 'X F .i,-' ilii MONROE, LOUISIANA 'GAQV F" Y L" ' - Phone 34435 LAST MlNuTEf1QwL Glasses Made While You Wait --KM In Our Own Modern E T FI! N5 La borafory IT' I DESIARD OPTICAL I ' COMPANY Marion H. Seaton, Punlisher X 42 I DeSiard iiiipgfiliiiflxiigfiiiiiifiiifi:iff Dia' 24720 SI-IOP DEW MUSIC COMPANY Monroe 5 i DIXIE BEDDING 8: FURNITURE CO. 8II Washington SI. Dial 2-I40I "Fine Furniture aI' Reasonable Price" FLYING START Young men who wish to get ahead of the crowdg Young men who do not Wish to be plodders all their lives 5 Young men who wish to have a flying start toward success Should start saving a little money early in life. Habits Are Formed More Easily in Youth Saving Is a Habit I Get That Flying Start Today! uachita ational ank MONROE, LOUISANA 7723 ,,,,... in Monroe iI's LUMBERMENS SUPPLY C OMPANY L-,1..I,i.?,lWHOLESALE EXCLUSlVELYf ..L.. BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK PLUMBING SUPPLIES MONROE, LOUISIANA WEAKS SUPPLY COMPANY, LTD MQNRQE, LOUISIANA CAFFILIATED WITH WEAKS SUPPLY CO., INC., NATCHEZ, M ISSISSIPPIJ DISTRIBUTORS INDUSTRIAL, MILL AND RAILROAD ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND HEATIN IL AND GAs WELL SUPPLIES MACHINERY AND HEAVY HARDWARE CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS UIIISCIUIIIQ Coopevmll I2 C00 -, .1 5 -1..1- ..1,- Yr li...- .-....l.Tl.. -17.--....-v .-.11-1-l .. .....1--- - .....-.1-1 .-1.il--1- -- v Ti. i..i1i-11 -iilii .il-.11 .1-1- -.-l--1-n ---..g1 ---iilii ,-....-1--.... --1111 - 1l-- -Qil.-i ,.11.-1'-- ,..--- .ii -1 ..- .-.... . . ,.i.i--. .,,.1 i.. 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GRANITE WORKS Monroe, Louisiana "Give of yourself freely ond you ore sure to get more than you expect . . . from your job, your friends, ond from life itself." 27 emember SLAGLE-IOHNSON LUMBER CO.. INC. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER - BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIAL 'MILL WORK Monroe, Louisiana .. W I :"-f' .,A' - LIKE 5 o o IQIIIIII f aqui 1 , I 1 Si. I-. 5 X n 'D PARKVIEW CLEAN ERS 813 PARK AVENUE n-r Twin City Printing Company Monroe, lonisinnn I ' 2 324 DeSiard COMPLIMENTS OF BROWN PAPER INDUSTRIES WEST MONROE, I LOUISIANA ' K, Congratulations to you High School Graduates I "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." y -J rn-?'.:.s'1f WI l :'11 mm ' , A V I I Corgi? ' WI' Immiii ' K. nfuncum , Q I Z G I - K nAl.LAs LUBBOCK I '9lili22FS IA vo n pq Al sl .9'.i"f1Hf'iF"f I W 1 ' 5 'DON'T WAIT FOR SOMETHING TO TURN UP . . . USE TI-IE SPADEH A NEVILLE BACKER CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH Sales-Paris-Service CDLCOTT STCDNE C5ZZZ92i?26L xxlwlu rms. Baller Clolhes for Less Money LADIES' WEAR - MEN'S WEAR DRY GOODS AND SHOES THE ASSOCIATION of OUACHITA REALTORS E. R. Breard Sam Bourland C. E. Buckley E. W. Cruse Mrs. Alice David Mrs. Lillian Davis Gilbert Faulk Mrs. Bobbye Galloway Mrs. Louise Gilliland George Guerriero W. D. Kramer E. A. Porter Mrs. Ivy Rayner Luther Reed H. L. Rosenhein Alan Sugar Joe Trammell I assay S CAIIGHT WITH YOUR BATTERY NWN? cm. us ron RCAD SERVICE Y Quick. Dependable Service f Recharge and Renfel Service -A'a.F.e..afsch nam for Dependebilhy. Perfomense, Leng Ufe. MASSEY'S SERVICE CENTER NEGLEYHBAG sc PAPER CC. - .. MI NLIFACZTLJREFQS f TAV' wf- M STANDAPD 8: VARIEFY MULTIWALK. SHIPPING SACKS ANA 2, 772 Z . Yrilralziajgriligbljfillgbaezirigs? EJ Wrile or Phone Bernlnardl' Building SII Louisville Dial 8695 Dial 3-6969 F. STRQUSS fi SON INC. I F WHOLESALE CALIFORNIA CANNED PRODUCE X A q' I rt E .BLES 2- - Q13 V1 1 WIIWIW' 555 rap Y0llP5flF? MCG NN FINANCE CO. 202W NORTH SECOND STREET , -. .1..,..:.:,g, I, Q.-.1-v xi ' -.. QE- ' f :ua 52, .. .- 1115: 1 .- 169 I '12'-:- :view x 'V 32:35 ' 2:-2:1-.4 -I:-C: mi - ...- -If 'C Q as 3-'Q 'Q- - M --. , , 4, --.,:I, 5 ---- :- ---5 , X Q . I HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES f f f ffff' ,f H56 g if LOUISVILLE APPLIANCE North Louisiana W hulesale Uil 8: Gas Cumpang, Inc. 4 62? egzfousif FINE F0 D E B 3 0 I Eiuuuaif I gvseoolj moron ig FOO ll. H E1 N. , Q ,, E ii I ff -HAHTUN-HELLUEE LUMIIII Eu, PEACUCKS PoslJlOl:l3OrEi.cIjOJlgl:XNEX1sg LENNON MOTOR CO. 212 Body Repairing and Painting North Third Street lg F t Y ' ained Mechanic Z i 1 fijf BEST WISHES FOR YOUR CONTINUED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OUACHITA ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS The Members of Which Are: Amman, FauIIr 8: FIuIrer, Agents B. J. Breard Insurance Agency WharI'on Brown Insurance Agency Cole 8: Leigh The Colvin Agency Gordon Cummings Insurance Agency Robert C. Ervin Insurance Agency FauIIr 8: Foster L. U. Fourmy Insurance Agency GirauI+ Insurance Agency Godfrey Insurance Agency Geo. W. Guerriero Insurance Agency Humphries Insurance Agency Sidney Kahn McKenzie 8: Mouk, Inc. McReynoIds 8: Co. Montgomery Insurance Agency Clyde C. Nash, General Insurance Luther Reed Insurance Agency Rodriguez Insurance Agency, Inc. Seymour Insurance Agency Sherrouse Insurance Agency R. N. SIaI'or Smi+h-TayIor Insurance Agency, Inc. H. R. Speed Insurance Agency, Inc. Alan F. Sugar Insurance Agency Taylor 8: HoImes Trousdale Co., Inc. Chas G. Wall, Jr. Insurance Agency Representing Only Capital Stock Insurance Companies I E "CHARACTER is the one thing thot Outronks Finonciol Capitol ond is Forever Good" AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 401-403 Walnut Q. wt Monroe, Louisiana -any I RADIO STATION KLZC .I wr I3 E3 wr STA HON Sports News Mysteries Entertainment A 772 It V A 'THE GTD WILL V A A 1230 on your Dial. 4 fi 0 g K N UPT By Others' Faults E , VA Wise Men MIN Q Correct Their 0wn" R A mom COLEMAN CENTRAL AUTO SALES . O 3l0 Norrh 3rd Street GENERAL CONTRACTOR om 3-44el . . zoo Bridge S+. Dial 3-8867 Monroe, Louisiana TRIANON A RESTAURANT 3223 LOUISVILLE AVENUE I I L, - H. 1 -I. ' - C.. T C '-. I in T f- 1 59 HOTEL FRANCES ERNEST C. GIBSON. Manager I-LR. I-IAYE HHllLumber Co, - -..'L'-T4:x"rb'. ' T511 my . , '-l.,.:,,gh . U' 1-A,g',:..---,gd V9 . f43!"'NE-421,23 fu.: -: , .. T f OUR FUTURE .Li 5 E Qwwwcd 'L E fs Wzgdwz Zmlazg ,SF ll 5 Q3 Wesley Shaffo , :E THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. co. of N.Y. Ouachifa Bank Building 34I2 Pearl Dial 3-6566 Al l 616 '15, WALTER REED ?'2e"lvif5f ,E wo M 4+h REFRIGERATION gjgggggg E 'l-3li.CDT.JLJCl-l: Dial 3-4494 T MONROE, LOUISIANA I AT YOUR COMMAND ' C TRAL SAVINGS BANK lmlllll Ulm llllllll 'ei EQ GQ STMLLQOS,-fASTTmeG0es V . H W W, ""gr3,,::L: 'S CUACHITA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Monroe, Loulslana I 764 ith 600D FOOD qua wma' V I 5 I T PORTMAN'S CAFE "Regular Home-Cooked Meals" Short Orders PlllHBlIIli . X - HCVVATZD GRIFFIN KELLY Johnson Seahorse Mofors 5.-VXSQQQ PLUMBING 8' HEATING Sales Service 602 Louisville Avenue 7ll Sou+h Grand 0 Monroe, Louisiana GREATER VALUES TO SUIT 7 4 Youk Ogg'-av" Z I TASTE 9 gif P HOLLYWOOD DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT FINE FOOD Soufhern Hospifalify I an Good Service Norih Fourfh a+ Hudson Lane Dial 2-253I I l BELLA SCHERCK DAVIDSON WOMAN 5 I-IOP I 25 DeSlard Sfreei' Woman's Ready-+ofWear Q, EL - -it " ' I ' .I .il QSO--- I I We d X WE ENJOY THE FRUITS Your M OF DEMOCRACY Mcgregor A 6 WHY NOT CULTIVATE THEM? S r+ H d rf P0 swear 60 qua ers MONROE WHOLESALE D. IVIASLJEL DRUG co., INC. E, gone? 4 li" VV. J. 'QI LEY gufapgy for Wholesale Plumbing, Heafing Mill and lndusfrial Supplies Louisville, Avenue Monroe, Louisiana BEST WISHES P 1 .1 HM W f E l ff lepfilfq I a X f I2 SHERWE OF OUAOHITA PAR1sH MM: ll 1 1 1 - p--. E ::'Q- , , ziilj , W in" f" 'N il --M TROY as 'NICHOLS W I, ,lv A INSURANCE - THE STYLE SHOP E I M1 TIDWELL AND SONS SERVICE STATIONS ' I Zmlitg JQHNNY CAR50 400 Louisville BRUOKINGS GROCERY CO. ,I 'W YU wR ij CASH WHOLESALE GROCERS LOUISVILLE PHARMACY 2912 LOUISVILLE AVE. MONROE, LA. DRUGGYST QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS FHA 84 G.I. Building Loans O G93 I I , , In-In--l -HHSIZII Wbwwe g!46 gangbang 114 D SIARD STREET CO0 PHOTOSTAT COPIES O PHOTOfOFF-'SET DUPLICATVNG C-q ELUEPRINTS 0 WHVTE PRVNTS F f I I if ' 'H' Lv My 'J .VL Q Ll SA AW E M X L ii N LL, , Liv L L Z I ' i f I 'I K , Il W0 SCOGIN QVERIQ ,I moron 5E,:,,,2g,G,f9 C 0 M P A N Y Monroe, Louisiana Quality Used Cars Southern lEq1lnji133iuL1Fin2t Ka Tractor Co. Mmmiglfolffia f GN Q ! 1Lcee RogQrs Qs X CAFETERIA CMQUTOHQI , X Q - - -- . -. .-. Comnlpcalng Cp1'tf C E SLADE G 1Ct t Monroe, Louisiana I Xl. XM V ,Aibix MK Mm -v N55 V V get A 7 V LA W f P 4 -' . 'L X "" "Be Sure That You Put Your Feet 3 in the Right Place, and Mk H N EXE XE 552 A . f AH 4 Then Stand F1I'II1,, H - fx 'X -- -Abraham Lincoln CRESCENT DRILLING CU., INC. OUACI-IITA BANK BUILDING Monroe, Louisiana For that welldressed look on the campus, see us. JIV NE EP as 9 I C S I I L 1 ' V llllI I 5 Illll lllll Il lllll lllll 5 N ,flllll 6 1 tmrww 'Q"m'fr WL---ll s--Ill SILVERSTEINS AT YOUR SERVICE "CHOOSE FROM NATIONALLY KNOWN LINES FOR WHICH SILVERSTEINS IS FAMOUS Southern Hardware Co., Ltd. 108-110 Walnut Street Monroe, Lo 342 DeSiard St. North Louisiana's Largest Womer1's Apparel Store. BROWN CONTAINER CDMPANY, INC. XX ILST NIOINROIL I UL ISIAN A Y f Ji XIV' , L 0 ' F I N - X , ""' '!"17v'A' " 1: A - Ii f if il dig ig :JA K 0, QQ X-Q ' X'-X x M 1332 XV A Ass up W WW W TYNEIFFETHUE EU. Q HI-YIELD gx N sian N FERTIUZER any cr-ncxs. HARDWARE In ,DIAL -- 24474 I 311 TRENTON W! MNRQ. A FRIEND .W L. 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