Neville High School - Monroyan Yearbook (Monroe, LA)
- Class of 1960
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Neville High School Monroe, Louisiana
Foreword - 5
Dedication - 6
History of Neville High School - 8
Activities - 16
Organizations - 30
Features - 54
Athletics - 68
Administration-FacultyStaff - 102
Classes - 114
Advertising-Pictorial - 164
Main Building - Neville High School
Monroyan has served as The name ofthe Neville High School Yearbook since 1932,
Prior To That time The annual was known as Squeedunk, beginning in 1922 at Mon-
roe City High School. Mr. William Wunsch, a Neville alumnus and Teacher, founded
this yearbook and The school newspaper, Neville Sizzler.
Since T922 The annual has progressed steadily unTil Today it ranks as one of The
more outstanding ones in its class. This year's Monroyan is attempting to present
a vivid historical account of The history of Neville High School in prose and pictures.
However, The past year's events still receive The same comprehensive treatment as
past yearbooks have enjoyed.
The Monroyan staff and sponsor have endeavored to produce a yearbook that
will not only be enioyed by its subscribers, but will be a credit to The school and
This city as well.
THE MONROYAN STAFF
To a Faithful Teacher, Efficient Guidance Counselor, Aggressive
Student Council Sponsor, Progressive Principal . . . Great Educa
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TO SUCH A MAN THE DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY
MONROYAN IS DEDICATED. . .
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MR. SIDNEY A. SEEGERS
Neville High School Principal
Mr. Sidney A. Seegers
The History of Neville High School
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Monroe City High School - First Building
Mr. Garrett was quite a versa-
tile man in Monroe affairs, for
he was engaged in a multitude
of civic endeavors. He served as
City School Board Chairman from
1880-1885 and superintendent
from 1885-1889. He is credited
with founding Neville High
School's predecessor, Monroe
City High School, in 1885. He ac-
tually founded the "modern"
version of the Monroe City School
System, that is known today.
A Hlgh School Is Born
School History by Sammy R. Danna
Neville High School celebrates its Diamond Anniversary this year with an illus-
trious and fascinating history behind this great institution of learning.
lt was in the summer of 1885 that the Monroe City CPublicJ School Board creat-
ed Monroe City High School. Lewis Allan, Jr. was board chairman and C. A. Down-
ey and J. A. Moore were members. The proiect was initiated by the newly appoint-
ed Superintendent, Franklin Garrett.
The high school occupied the rented building, belonging to the former Ouachita
Female Academy, from 1885 to 1900 Cwhen it was razedj. On the old academy
site and including the rest of the block, the present old Central Grammar School
structure was erected in 1900. The high school occupied the building until it moved
in the present structure in 1931.
Thus, the name Monroe City High School remained from 1885-1931 when it
was changed to Neville High School. This should clear up most of the confusion
concerning the beginning of Neville High School. Therefore, Neville actually had
its beginning in 1885 as Monroe City High School before it was re-named for the
late superintendent, Ernest L. Neville. When the City School System was under the
Ouachita Parish System, from 1891-1894, the school was known at Ouachita Parish
Central High School.
The Monroe City School System was first chartered in 1820, re-chartered in 1869
and again in 1880 before Franklin Garrett came on the school scene. It is through
his tireless effort and guidance that the modern Monroe City School System of today
Four Graduates Noted in 1888
Four young ladies sTudied for Three years CThe required Time for finishing high
school in Those daysj and in 1888 They were graduaTed in The Monroe Opera House
on SouTh Grand STreeT. Their commencemenT ceremonies lasTed Two days, June 26-
27, 1888. The graduaTes were Millie Hanna, Jennie Belle Weaks, MargareT GarreTT,
'and Rebecca Kern.
Mr. J. W. JohnsTon was principal of The Male School and Mrs. M. J. Evans was
principal oT The Female School when The high school deparTmenT was added in
1885. Professor Fredrick W. Blees was The firsT principal of The co-educaTional
school, beginning in The fall of 1888. IT was aT This Time ThaT The OuachiTa Parish
Schools demanded ThaT The CiTy Schools should be Turned over To Them. AfTer a
long, biTTer sTruggle, CiTy School officials finally yielded, in 1891. The so-called
merger lasTed unTil The fall of 1894 when The CiTy Schools once again became in-
In 1900 ErnesT Long Neville came To Monroe from Chapel Hill, NorTh Carolina, To
serve as a high school Teacher and Two years laTer became high school principal.
AfTer George W. Reid vacaTed The superinTendenT's posiTion, Mr. Neville Took over
ThaT office and held iT unTil 1948 when he reTired. He also served as coach and
founder of The Tiger fooTball Team as a varsiTy uniT in 1908. MosT of whaT is known
as The Monroe CiTy Schools Today Cphysicallyj were esTablished under The farsighT-
ed adminisTraTion of Mr. Neville.
Monroe City High School - 1900-1931
Ernest Long Neville
City High School Shows Much Progres
Monroe High was the only high school in Louisiana with four grades lthe City
System had a total of 12 gradesl, this advancement began in 1906 but was halted
by refusal of the state to appropriate additional funds to support what it apparent-
ly deemed an unneeded extra grade. However, some time afterwards the state
added the extra grade, and so all Louisiana school systems have 12 grades today
Csince the early 194O'sD. Neville enjoyed this educational opportunity loack in 1906.
Mrs. Minnie Ruffin who ioined the Monroe City Schools in 1909 became principal
of the high school in1915 and remained in this capacity until 1931. In that year Dr.
Charles E. Kenny took over as principal until 1936. After serving as acting principal
in 1936-1937, Mr. Paul J. Neal, former grid coach and science teacher, became prin-
cipal and remained thus until he was made high school supervisor in 1958. Mr. Sid-
ney Seegers succeeded Mr. Neal as Neville principal and, of course, still holds that
Mr. Van D. Odom succeeded Mr. J. M. Boyer as superintendent of the City School
System in 1952 and still serves in that head capacity. Mr. Tom Scott has served as
president of the Monroe City School Board since 1952.
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ance Moving Into Present Building
Since the City High School moved into the present building it has progressed
faster and to a greater extent in athletics, scholarship, leadership, extra-curricular
activities and the like than in all the previous years put together. Neville has gained
an enviable reputation not only in Monroe and in Louisiana, but throughout the
South and the Nation as a whole.
However, all of this is mere history, though it is certainly quite illustrious and
great. Neville did not achieve her greatness by resting on past accomplishments.
Neville is a school which is constantly looking to the future for further advancements
and progress. The forward thinking of Neville in instituting the state's first student
council, the first advanced science program, the first four year high school plan, and
the many other "firsts" that have made Neville the leader it is now acclaimed, will
Yes, the future belongs to those who plan for it. Neville is doing that now to
assure herself of continued progress and leadership.
Truly, with such a system as that, Neville will go on living in greatness as long
as the world goes on turning.
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Formerly Monroe City High School - 1885-1931
Mrs. Ruffin joined the Monroe
City High School staff in 1909
and became principal of the
school in 1915. She became Dean
of Girls in the new Neville High
School setup. She was educated
at the University of Chicago, Tu-
lane University and other notable
institutions of higher learning.
Mr. Bernstein became mayor
of Monroe in 1919 and automati-
cally President of the Monroe
City School Board. Under his
leadership and close work with
Mr. Neville the greater portion of
the present Monroe City School
System of today was brought into
Mr. Odom came to the
Monroe City School from
Haynesville in 1952.
Since he arrived on the
school scene here, two
new iunior high schools
have been erected and
many other notable
s c h o ol improvements
Paul J. Neal
Mr. Neal ioined the Monroe City High School
faculty as athletic coach in 1926 and was a science
teacher until he became acting principal in 1936.
Mr. Neal was made permanent principal in 1937.
He served in this capacity until 1958 when he
was made high school supervisor and director of
Sidney A. Seegers
Mr. Seegers came to the Monroe City Schools
in 1953 as science instructor at Neville. He re-
mained in this capacity until 1955 when he be-
came part-time guidance counselor and science
teacher, he served as full-time guidance counselor
in 1956-1957. He was principal of Robert E. Lee
Junior High before becoming Neville High prin-
cipal in 1958.
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Junior and Senior Members of the Student Council
Devone Payne, President
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Neville High School initiated the state's FIRST STUDENT COUNCIL, in l93l when the city high school moved into this new building.
Actually, this is one of the first student councils in the entire nation since the student council movement began in the early l93O's. Since that
time, Neville has boasted great leadership in student council work throughout the nation as a whole. In I956-57 Neville served as Vice-
President of the Southern Association of Student Councils. Neville has also served as state president ot student councils.
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Those representing Neville at Pelican Girls' Slate are, BOTTOM ROW, Joan Williams, Ann Andrews, Darla Storms
TOP ROW, Carolyn Smith, Billie Sue Dixon, and Sharon Mann.
Representatives to Pelican State
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ville at Pelican Boys'
Slate are, from let? To
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nie Rushing, Kenneth
Blue, John Shaughnessy,
and Billy Hodge.
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The office staff, a valuable aid to Mr. A. E. Culpepper, delivers messages, does clerical work, and helps with the gen-
eral function of the school. This group is headed by veteran office worker Charles Garrettson Cstanding at extreme
rightj. The boys actually receive little material recognition for their valuable services rendered Mr. Culpepper and
the school in general.
The Stage Crew is responsible for the light-
ing and sound of all assemblies. This is
another group of hard workers who literally
do "behind the scenes" work which is
seldom noticed or recognized by anyone.
The responsibilities are great and the work
is often hard and trying.
The switchboard on the huge Neville stage
is one of the most complicated of any high
school any place. However, the stage crew
takes such jobs in stride.
Neville Stage Crew
Neville Sizzler was founded in the Summer of 1921 by William
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COMPOSED AND PRINTED BY THE NEVILLE PRINTING SHOP
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'Tor the Good of lhe Schoof' "i Foundedm the Summer of 1921
Wunsch, teacher of rhetoric, at Monroe City High School fNeville's
name before 19311. The summer school rhetoric class at MCHS carried
the Sizzler idea through. The reason for the unusual name SIZZLER
is that the weather was extremely hot at that time and someone, it is
said stated that one particular day was really a SIZZLER. Also, an
important hot news story is known as a SIZZLER. The school newspaper
has been printed in many different formats, styles and arrangements
since that 1921 beginning. The motto: "FOR THE GOOD OF THE
SCHOOL" is exclusive with the Sizzler and has been passed down
through the years as one of the most unique and famous in the state.
Mr Leon L. Marx sponsored and directed the production of the Sizzler
from 1949 to 1953. During this time it was printed by offset lithogra-
phy except for one 1949 issue. Other sponsors of the newspaper in-
clude Miss Mary Hester, Mrs. Austin Miller, and Mr. W. C. Spight,
Mr Sammy R. Danna became sponsor in 1956 when the Sizzler was
revised and resumed publication after a lag of three school years, No
Sizzlers were printed from 1957 to 1959. Again Mr. Danna was in
charge of reviving the old newspaper. This time its printing was done
right here at Neville High School, quite successfully. The Sizzler was also
distributed free of charge to the student body and did not solicit ad-
vertising, but did accept a limited amount by request. The only na-
tional award earned by the Sizzler was a national first place certificate
awarded in 1957 by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association of
Mr. Sammy R. Danna Sizzler Sponsor Monroyan Spon
sor, Director of Printing and Public Relations
Dolly Bassett Managing Editor
Jane Crawford, 1960 Monroyan Editor, is a veteran yearbook worker.
Monroyan was founded in 1922 as
the Squeedunk at Monroe City High
School CNeville before 19312. Mr.
William Wunsch was the faculty
founder as well as the originator of
the Sizzler. The name, Squeedunk,
supposedly referring to a steamboat
whistle, was changed to Monroyan
in 1932 when Monroe City High be-
came Neville High. Mr. W. C, Spight
was yearbook sponsor and was re-
sponsible for the wise name change.
During the World War II years,
no yearbook was published at Neville
as was the case of most high schools
throughout the nation. However, after
the war, publication was resumed.
Most of the annuals were printed by
means of letterpress printing, a some-
what costly method. However, after
sponsoring only one letterpress year-
book, Mr. Leon L. Marx started the
offset lithography tradition of year-
book printing which began in 1951,
and it has continued to this day. The
new sponsor, Mr. Sammy R. Danna,
a former Monroyan editor, intends to
continue with the offset process. This
year's annual was sent to the printers
earlier than any one in the last decade
and one of the earliest in history.
The Monroyan - 1960
"The Year in Prose and Pictures"
Lynda Keller, Intro-
Beverly Franks, Neal
Gunn and Charles
Garretson, Sports Edi-
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MOHFOYGV1, deV0T'n9 mUCh time and effort to fhe ager, and Advertising Manager, respectively, did much to
CBUSE- promote the advertising and yearbook sales campaign.
WYNN JEFFERSON TERRY HESSICK
These are the tour students who are mainly responsible for the pictures in the 1960 Monroyan. Under the close and strict
direction of the darkroom sponsor and yearbook sponsor, Mr. Sammy R. Danna, over 95 per cent of all yearbook pictures
were taken and completely processed at Neville.
Neville Photographic Shop
Neville High School's photographic department lotficially called Neville Photographic Shopj had its beginnings in the
early 1930's when Mr. W, C. Spight was teaching chemistry and physics and sponsoring the yearbook. Actually, the dark-
room that is in existence today was begun under the sponsorship of Mr. Leon L. Marx, former Monroyan sponsor. ln
the last ten years the darkroom has progressed slowly but steadily. However, in order to keep up with modern trends
in photography and progress along with the rest of the school, the darkroom needs to be radically remodeled and greatly
improved, New and more modern advanced equipment is critically needed in order to meet the challenge ofthe 'Future
with the rest of Neville High School.
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Charles Garrettson, Mr. Sammy R. Danna, director, and Connie Mott work on the Printing Press. Connie
Casey Sydney Greenbladt and Kenneth Blue were also members of the priming staff. All of this work
was strictly voluntary.
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Neville became the first high
school in the state to have a complete,
fully equipped printing shop. This is
but one of the many firsts in the
school's long, illustrious history. By
using the printing facilities this year,
the Monroe City Schools were able
to save many thousands of dollars.
Also, many items were printed which
would not have been printed if the
equipment had not been installed.
Students gained much valuable ex-
ence from working in the department,
states Mr, Sammy R, Danna, director.
Some of the items printed include the
Sizzler, football programs, band pro-
grams, posters, letterheads, envelope
headings, report cards, tickets, vari-
ous otfice forms, and the like. The
printing shop should more than pay
for itself many times in the next few
years, according to present estimates.
Truly, along with the photographic
shop, the printing shop is one of the
wisest investments ever made at this
high school. The equipment was pur-
chased for Neville and the entire
Monroe City School System by the
City School Board, Mr. Tom Scott,
President. Present plans are that a
special printing class is to be taught
next school year.
Douglas Kelly, left, and Billy Lewis, right, are two of the Robert Evans, left, performed much of the press cleanup work
hardest printing workers. Their duties consisted mostly of while Dolly Dassett, right, did much of the special opaqueing
setting type and making layouts. work.
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conducted on a military basis, with The chief pride of The members being their record of consisienrly fine
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enferlaining group for civic clubs and school functions.
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Much TradiTion and honor back The TigereTTes of Today.
ln 1945, forty-six girls banded TogeTher To form The
nucleus of The presenT clay TigereTTes, who now are one
of The mosT ouTsTanoling organizaTions aT Neville. They
work To looosT Team and school spiriT, perform aT half-
Times of fooTball games, and march in parades.
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Young, Joan Williams,
Mary Jo Strausser,
Dixie Williams, and
Nina Jo Osborn.
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officers this year, as
in the past, have
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Mrs. Eunice Dunn has been
Tigerette sponsor for nine
years, now. During this time
she has guided the girls in
their many varied proiects
and activities, tirelessly and
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leaders this school
year are the following,
from left to right,
bottom row: Billie
Sue Dixon, Nancy
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ray, Jan West. Top
row: Gretchen Guel-
zow, Mary Jane
Young, Joan Williams,
Mary Jo Strausser, Dix-
ie Williarns, and Nina
MRS. EUNICE DUNN This is a view of the Tigerettes' marching in the COACH RUPLE DAY parade, January il, the girls are on
Sponsor Walnut Street, a few blocks from DeSiard. Besides marching in parades, the Tigerettes participated in
halftime shows at the varsity football games, sponsored parties after the games, and in general helped
Members of the Neville Chapter of International Quill and Scroll Society for Journalists include, from left to right:
Billie Sutton, Nina Jo Osborn, Kenneth Blue, Carol McKeithen, and Betty Sutton.
Quill and Scroll was chartered at Neville High School on January 3, 1933, but it has been re-organized three times during the 27 intervening
years. Quill and Scroll sponsors of the past include Mr. W. C. Spight, Mr. Leon L. Marx and Mr. Sammy R. Danna C1956-571. Mr. Danna is
again sponsor of Quill and Scroll after a lapse of two years C1957-591. The Scholastic requirements of this organization are that prospective
members must have a "B" average or better for all of their high school work, They, of course, must be iuniors or seniors and have performed
outstanding work in the field of iournalism.
The Future Business Leaders of America was chartered at Neville High School in the fall of
1952 with approximately a hundred students becoming members. Miss Harriet Boyle was the
first sponsor. Miss Marianna Johnson and Mrs. Bernice Hickman are the present sponsors of the
organization. Officers of the club are, right to left, Sharon Mann, President, Judy Reagan, Vice-
President, Jan West, Secretary, Bunny Cannon, Treasurer, Alice Butler and Ellen Walker, Historians.
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Neville Lettermen Club
Under the leadership of President Joe Turner the Lettermen Club has been re-organized at Neville High School after a long absence of nearly
30 years. The club has met frequently with the coaches serving as sponsors. One of the year's big proiects was the sponsorship of the con-
cession stand at the Neville home basketball games.
Neville Key Club
Officers of the Key Club include Ronnie Rushing, Presidentg Mike Boykin, Vice-Presidentp Slade Moody, Secretary-treasurerp and Robert Koontz,
Sergeant-at-Arms. Joan Williams is the club sweetheart.
Key Club has grown to mean a Service organization which has proved to be willing to perform almost any worth while school or community
work that is needed. The club has worked in the Ouachita Parish Public Library this year and published the varsity football program. The spon-
sor of this eneretic or anlzation is Mr, A. E, Colne' er.
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Rome challenged Greece in football at the
annual Latin Club Assembly.
ln the final analysis the entire assembly
proved to be quite entertaining. The "fake"
football game received much favorable com-
ment and a great amount of laughter.
For years, novv, Neville's Latin Club
and Junior Classical League have been
outstanding among the school's aca-
Serving as officers for the Latin Club are, bot-
tom row, left to right, Laura Allen, Kay Ander-
son, Molly Shelton, Mary Beggs, Ellen Ferguson,
Linda Woods, Mimi Landry, Top row, Mike Mc-
Cready, President, Barbara Barghist, Jo Anne Ge-
nusa, Gretchen Masur, and Bo Pasternack, Vice-
President. These officers along with their spon-
sor, Miss Ruth Simmons, guided the club through
one of its most successful years thus far. The
organization participated in many activities, both
social and academic.
The Dixon Sisters also entertained in the as-
sembly with quite a rendition of a popular
Th . Newly organized This year are The Thespians, a club Thai has nof been acfive
esplans aT Neville since l957. The National Thespian SocieTy is devoted To the advance-
ment of dramaTic arfs in The Secondary Schools.
Library Assisting in The library during The day are members of The Library Club.
NHS Glee Club
THE I959'6O GLEE CLUB
Glee Club officers, are, from left
to right, bottom row, Lucien
Branch, Barbara McCoy, Delores
Calderone, Robert Turner. Top
row, Carolyn McCleary, David
Smith, Joe Turner, Vice-President,
and Carolyn Smith. Not pictured
is Melvin Rambin, President.
During the Thanksgiving holidays these
Neville students iourneyecl to Baton
Rouge to sing with the All-State
Chorus before the Louisiana Teachers
Association there. The Neville All-
Staters are, from left to right, Carol
Ann McDonald, Barbara McCoy, Mary
Lynn Armstrong, and David Smith.
Joe Turner was originally scheduled
to sing as an All-State selectee, but
he was unable to attend because of
football playing commitments. The
chorus is directed by Miss Anna Rose
Camp. This is Miss Camp's first year
at Neville as Choral director.
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in and around Neville City. lts aims are also to promote and help
insure safety, especially around the school proper, Officers include,
from left to right, Bill Hoclge, president, Natalie McDuff, Janet Hyman,
Jan Adcock, Linda Keller and Pete Mulhearn.
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American Junior Red Cross l
A scene from the annual Red Cross assembly. Officers of the Red Cross are, from left To right, Jo Ann Genusa,
Treasurerg Kay Branch, Secretaryf Sandra Guyfon, Presidentg Lynn
' Officers of the Science Club are, from left to right, Billie Sutton, Secre-
taryg Pete Mulhearn, Presidentg John Shaughnessy, Vice-Presidenty Kathleen
Medics Club officers are, Betty Hakim,
Vice-Presidentg Lee Skains, Secretary-Treas-
urerg and Billie Sue Dixon, President. The
purpose of the Medics Club is to interest
people in different fields of medicine.
The Hi-Y officers are Julien Mehl, President, Wynn Jefferson, Vice-Presidenfp Deuel Smith, Secretary-
Treasurerg and Mike Boykin, Chaplain.
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Mr. Bill Ruple, Head coach, Mr. Chic Childress, Mr. Buck Stewart, Mr. Charles Brown, and Mr. George Davis. These are the great coaches who
led the Neville Tigers to their second Louisiana State AA Football Championship in tour years. These mentors have worked tirelessly this season,
usually under great pressure and difficulty, to build a team that was capable of winning the state championship. Truly, these are State Champion
Coach Ruple came to Neville in i937 as assistant to Percy Brown. He became head coach in 1945 and has been at Neville in that capacity ever
since. His overall winvloss record is the best of any Tiger coach in City High School football history,
John Joyce and Hank Biedenharn, managers, attend to minor sprain in Jimmy Love's shoulder. Not shown
is manager Glenn Savage, The Tiger managers, according to Coach Ruple, have done a fine iob in work-
ing with the State Champion Tigers this grid season,
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Neville 39 Haynesville O
Progressing to the lirsf Bengal dislricl QYAA conference game of ilio season, Neville lseal Haynesvillc 39-O in a fomplele
runaway al Tiger Siadiani, Tliis was llie last game lo be playefl in Neville Sladiuni Until Clclolqor 29,for1lwe next Tour conlesls
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Neville 14 Bastrop 6
According to The Neville coaching staff, The Ram encounter
was the roughest game OT The regular season. The hitting was
Terrific with many savage blocks Thrown on both sides. This
was one of The closest clashes The Bengals encountered This
season, a slim 14,6 victory over a line Morehouse Parish eleven.
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Neville met one of the oldest rivals on its football schedule, Farmerville, in the big breather game of the season. Actually
the AO-T3 score does rtot indicate the Tigers' potential in this contest. The Nlortroyaris scored at will and stopped the Farmers
at will. This situation even prevailed where the entire bench was emptied. However, the Farmers managed to score two TD'S,
a feat which only the great Thiborzlaux Tigers were able to duplicate in the state championship finals, Scoring for Neville
were Dooley Haddad with two, Joe Cage, with tvvo, and R, F, Wilson. Mickey Cox kicked a field goal and Cage mariagefl tO
make one point after touchdown.
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Jonesboro-Hodge presented Neville with its second conference challenge of the season in a game which had the Nevillites
quite worried beforehand, However, the Tigers found the going somewhat easy after the show got underway. The Bengals
swamped,the host Tigers from Jackson Parish, 27-O. Two passes, one from Joe Turner to Joe Cage, and the other from
Cage to Dooley Haddad accounted for the first NHS tallies. Jimmy Love, end, recovered a Jonesboro fumble on the TO yard
line and raced over the goal for the third score. Cage, in the fourth quarter, raced 20 yards around end for the fourth TD.
Joe also kicked the three extra points.
Nevllle 14 Ruston 0
Up to this Ruston game, the two elevens from adioining
parishes were closely rated with Neville a slight favorite. Rus-
ton had literally gone wilcl for two weeks in preparation for
this all-important conference tilt for the district 2-AA champion-
ship. This was Hoss Garrett Appreciation Night as well as
Bearkat Homecoming. The whole town spared nothing to try
to help its team beat Neville. However, such was not the case,
The Monroyans actually destroyed the fanciful dreams of the
Rustonites by shutting out their once proud and mighty Bear-
kats, T4-O, in a brilliantly played encounter on the part of the
Nevillites, Joe Cage scored the first touchdown while his team-
mate, Devone Payne, followed with the second score in the
second half, Cage kicked both extra points, Mickey Cox, Ne-
ville's great tackle, led the defense in stopping Rustort's cele-
brated Pat Shows, from scoring a point. This was something
unheard of to that memorable game.
At this point Neville was about the only team in the state
to sow up its respective district title. Actually, the remainder of
the Tiger season had no effect on the State Championship
race, since Neville was not to meet any more conference foes.
Neville copped the district 2-AA championship on October lb.
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ToeghesT garres oT the season every year, '
Rafi!! Neville really goT revenge Tor pasT lick' EN,
' .V ings suffered at The hands oT The class A gg
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HQ' A in abundance by Scoring -13 poinTs To The
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Baker proved to be another Tiger breather, 2l-O. Actually the Tigers played around for almost three quarters with field goal
practice and other antics designed, apparently, to hold the score down. Five field goal attempts were made, all unsuccessful,
which is possibly the most made in a high school game in many years. Victory number eight in a row came easily as the
Tigers rolled to two quick scores, early. Dooley Haddad's TOO yard run was marred by a holding penalty. This was the only
real thrill of an otherwise generally dull game. Devone Payne and Haddad scored the first two Neville TD's and Cage made
the PAT's, Payne scored the final touchdown which was welcomed by Neville fans who obviously desired to see more action
than had been displayed up to that time, The encounter was preceded by Homecoming festivities at which Joan Williams
reigned queen for the second year in a row. Perhaps, the Homecoming festivities added the only real color to an otherwise
colorless, routine garne. Still the Tigers kept up their high rating as number l in class AA in the UPI weekly pole, a rating
the Bengals held several weeks beforehand, and one they were never to lose the remainder of the season.
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Neville 35 - Ouachita 0
Once again the Neville Tigers routed Ouachita in their annual intra-city clash, this time 35-O to make it a clean sweep of
the Ouachita series for this decade. lt has been over ten years, 1949, since the Lions have turned the trick and beaten a
Neville eleven. Neville CMonroe City High Schoolj beat Ouachita 3-O in the first intra-city encounter played in 1911, a season
that found the Tigers undefeated and state champions. Neville's tremendous offensive drive was triggered by Neal Gurrn's 47
yard touchdown burst in the first three minutes of the game. Other touchdown scorers were Devone Payne, Joe Cage, Joe
Turner, and Sperry Brown on a pass from Turner. Ouachita gained a total of two yards to Neville's awesome 398 yards
rushing, The Tigers led in almost all other statistical categories. Joe Cage added the five PAT's to his big number of total
points scored in the season play. This marked the end of the slightly abbreviated regular Tiger season play. Neville was then
ready to meet its first victim of playoff games, Minden, the following week at Ruston, a neutral sight. The Tigers were
favorites in that game and early favorites to cop their second state championship, as well.
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Neville 28 - Minden 6
Neville avenged the 1956 upset of that great Tiger eleven,
season three years ago in tragedy. The Bengals whipped the
neutral grounds of Louisiana Tech Stadium. Neal Gunn was
paydirt. Other touchdowns for the Monroyans were made by
yarder, and Joe Turner's culmination of a 73 yard march, by
responsible for the expert kicking of the extra points after
contests of the season and really showed the superiority of
of the Neville-Minden game would go all the way to take the
as the playoffs progressed, later on.
by smashing Minden, 28-6, the team responsible for ending the
Crimson Tide in a really one-sided affair played in Ruston on
responsible for the first Neville tally by racing 47 yards to
Devone Payne on a one yard plunge, Joe Cage on another one
sliding a half yard to paydirt for the final score. Cage was
touchdowns. This game was one of Neville's better played
the Tigers. The general opinion seemed to be that the winner
state AA championship. The prediction proved precisely correct
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Neville 24 - Natchitoches 7
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in Louisiana Tech stadium, meeting the Red Devils
time. The Monroyans appeared a bit apprehensive
since the Devils were undefeated, winning one
more game than NHS, Then, too, the Natchitoches aggregation had a big,
extremely well balanced team, more so than Neville, the Tiger Coaching
staff remarked before the game. However, the Tigers proved to be mas-
ters of the situation once again by plastering the Red Devils 24-7. Touch-
down scorers for the Tigers included: Joe Turner for 30 yards wide
around right end, Joe Cage, on a nine yard end sweep, Cage on a 45
yard interception, and James Hunt on another interception from the 30
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Neville 21 - Thibadaiix 13
Neville lourneyed to Houma, another neutral field of a sort, to meet the highly rated Thibodaux Tigers for the State championship. The reasorrtthe
game was played in Houma instead of Thibodaux fthe South Louisianians won the toss of 'the coinj was because the Terrebonne High School
stadium at Houma held more people than did its neighbors', T6 miles to the north. Buses loaded with Tigerettes, bandsmen, students and local
adult Tiger fans, made the long trip to Houma. Certainly none was sorry he went to the trouble for the Nevillites proved themselves once more
great, by copping the state championship by beating another great team, Thibodaux, 21-13, All of the Neville touchdowns were on long runs. The
Tiger touchdown scorers were Devone Payne on a 47 yard gallop, Neal Gunn on a 54 yarder and Joe Cage on an electrifying 78 yard gallop to
paydirt. This was the first time that a Tiger team at the City High School Csince it has been known as Nevillet has ever won a state championship
with a completely spotless record. In T955 when Neville beat Reserve for the state title, the Tigers had lost two encounters during regular
season play. ln T956 it looked as if the Bengals would go undefeated to the state title, but such was not the case because of Minden's
smashing defeat at Minden. No team scored more than two touchdowns and one extra point against the Tigers this season. lt was a truly great sea-
son credited to truly great Neville football players and coaches, probably the greatest in Neville football history.
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none has measured up to the drive and determination that was evident in this year's squad play. There is nothing flashy
and showy about 'B' team play. Little recognition is given to the accomplishments and struggles of such squads. Part
of the reason is that the 'B' Team is primarily a conditioner for the varsity, the ultimate in high school football. The same
generally holds true for the Freshman Teams. 'B' team football gives the boy a change to play who would not have been
able to play much, if any, varsity football. It also gives him an opportunity to improve to the extent that he may be in a
position, later on, to be able to play regular varsity football. Much credit for this year's successful 'B' team should go to
Coach George Davis and Athletic Director, Coach Bill Ruple, for their tireless efforts in promoting 'B' football at Neville,
the state's number one football high school, Coach Buck Stewart coached freshman football to a creditable season record.
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Neville Freshman Team
Freshman Football has for years at Neville been a stepping stone to higher football ranks, usually the Varsity 'B' team. However, some frosh
prospects move directly up to the varsity squad after Freshman service has ended. There is a great deal of spirit and a moderate amount of recog-
nition present in freshman football. The frosh team has its own cheerleaders, also.
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1959 Homecoming Court
Neville's l959 Homecoming Court, left to right:
Jan West, Maid of Honor, and Bunny Cannon.
Jean Slaughter, Darla Storms, Joan Williams, Queen,
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Sandra Stancil, Darla Storms, Carolyn Smith, Carolyn Cordell, TOP: Shela lrvin and Ann Andrews
One of the greatest ambitions of many Neville girls is to be come a Tiger Cheerleader. Candidates practice in the Spring
and appear before the student body in a sort of audition, The general student body votes on six girls to till the bill. After
the girls are elected, they practice during the summer, often going to cheerleader camp. The cheerleaders select their own
uniforms, the display of them is a great surprise before the first Tiger football game. The uniform style is kept secret until
this initial grid encounter. During the regular football season and during playoff games the cheerleaders make colorful
posters for the 'lobby and perform other spirited services for the football team. For years there were but four cheerleaders,
but in T954 two more were added to the list, making the total six, today's number. Often Freshman Cheerleaders move up
the ranks to Varsity Cheerleader a few years later. Miss Ja
We Whittington has been the sponsor of the varsity cheerleaders
Neville Football Statistics - 1959
TEAM TOTALS - Neville High - Opponents
NEVILLE Category Opp,
3212 Yds. Yds. gained rushing 1459
I34 First Downs 82
489 Yds. gained passing 7l6
S8 Penalty 54
Tried 8 Field goals Tried 0
Made I Made 0
46 Touchdowns 8
I4 Fumbles 'B
INDIVIDUAL NEVILLE STATISTICS
NHS Player TACKLES BLOCKS
Cox IO3 50
Love 67 6
Wilson 78 0
Branch 7l 2
Turner, R. 60 6
Hunt 45 4
Payne 40 25
Gunn 45 5
Williams 36 O
Becton 28 O
Snapp 29 0
Youngblood I4 O
Roberts 9 I
Turner, J. I3 0
Buckner 7 O
Cage 25 O
LaFrance 9 0
Burton 5 I
Brown I5 2
Franks 4 0
Morgan 4 0
Haddad 3 I
Bryant 3 0
Bryan 2 4
McGinn 2 0
Mittell 2 O
Walker 2 0
Jefferson I O
Pickett I O
INDIVIDUAL YARDS GAINED RUSHING-NEVILLE
Name Times Carried Yards Gained Average
Cage l20 875 7.3
Payne 96 559 5.9
Becton 40 203 5.0
Gunn Bl 504 5.7
Haddad 27 32l i2.0
Turner, J. 3l 286 9.2
Franks 4 Sl l2.7
Wilson 2 48 14.0
Roberts 7 35 5.0
INDIVIDUAL TOUCHDOWN SCORERS
Number of Touchdowns
Turner, J. 6
INDIVIDUAL TOUCHDOWN POINT KICKERS-NEVILLE
Name Tries Attempted Kicks Made Average
Cage 33 29 .879
Cox 2 I ,500
SPECIAL NOTICE ON ATHLETICS
After long and careful consideration, the Neville coaching staff and the Monroyan Staff decided to
include only football and basketball pictures in the l96O Monroyan. Since the deadline for publication
was February I, it was impossible to properly represent baseball, track, tennis and golf. It was deemed
wiser to wait and cover these sports in a comprehensive manner in next year's Monroyan as a part of the
Spring Activities Section. We trust this will be satisfactory to all parties concerned.
The Monroyan Staff.
Joe Cage, Ark-La-Tex Athlete of the Year
Cage Romps in Football Cage Paces Cagers
Joe Cage became the first Neville athlete to receive such an honor as ATHLETE OF THE YEAR of the Ark-La-Tex area when it was announced
in the newspapers throughout Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas on January 27, 1960, that he had been selected to receive this honor. The selec-
tions are made each year by the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce. Cage was officially honored ata banquet in the Washington-Youree Hotel's
Crystal Ballroom on February 12.
Joe Cage is one of those once in a lifetime athletes who is exceptionally good in virtually every sport which exists. Many people in the
know have often stated that his actual potential is unknown. Joe has, what might be called, unexploited talent practically unlimited. His
accomplishments in football, basketball, baseball, track and field, golf and other sports are a matter of record. The future, that of college and
possibly that of professional ranks, lies ahead. It is a bright future, indeed, for the ARK-LA-TEX's ATHLETE OF THE YEAR.
Cage Plays Golf Cage Sets National Javelin Record
Mickey Cox, All-American
First Team Selection
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could be accorded a high school football player in the United States of America. This is the first time a Neville footballer has been accord-
ed such a tremendous honor. Twice before Tiger gridders, Leland Sims, 1953 and Elton Upshaw, 1956 were accorded honors on the third and
sixth teams respectively. This was the thirteenth annual selection made by the Wigwam Wisemen of America. Mickey also made the All-
State, All-Monroe and All-Twin Cities teams in 1959. 9'
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Coach Ruple, riding in the Ruple Day Parade as Thousands cheered, bands played, Tigerettes marched.
"Bill Ruple Day" Celebration
Coach Bill Ruple received one of the greatest honors of his coaching career on January li when that day was proclaimed BILL RUPLE DAY.
A parade kicked off the day's activities featuring the famed Neville Band, Tigerettes, Lee and Jefferson Junior High Bands and a multitude of
cars. The first banquet in the new Neville Cafeteria was that honoring the veteran NHS coach that night. A capacity crowd showed up with
standing room only available at the function. Herbert Gathright and his, then, recently organized Dance Band provided the music while hun-
dreds were dining. After the banquet ended the people moved to the auditorium to listen to a series of speeches, and witness the presenta-
tion of monetary gifts to the assistant coaches and Mr. Gathright. Coach Ruple was then led to the back side of the auditorium and presented
the automombile shown below,
Before Coach Ruple received the keys of this new Ford station wagon, Slim Scogin of Brown-Rivers-Scogin presented him with a model of a
Ford for the coach's grandson, then he broke the good news about the "real car" gift awaiting him outside.
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FIRST ROW, left To right: Herschel Walker, Frank Keith, Trueiie Nolan, Butch Cerniglia, and Donald Causey. SECOND ROW, from left 'io right:
Eddie Kincaid, Mike Feftinger, Burrell Horton, Neal Gunn, and Bernard Bryant THIRD ROW, frOr'r1 lei? to fight? Dollev Haddad, Ray Baker,
L, N. Welch, Joe Cage and Ad Walker.
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Willis, Tommy Thompson, and manager, Paul Aron. SECOND ROW,Ieft to right: Coach Buck Stewart, John Segars, Richard Wilkerson, Herb
Kilpatrick, Ronald Killen, Rommy Sparks, Kurt Guelzow, Don SageT,Randy Fallin, and managers, Andy Mapp and Bill Jackson.
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The Girls' Varsity
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Gretchen Masur, Carol Bryan, Bunny Buckner, Ann Hernplwill, Dalne LaGrance. SECOND ROW: leddle Dixon, Nancy
Shaw, Brenda Cobb, Cecil Menuet, Carol Cole, Callxle Terrell, Dale Guilky, and Managers Lee Thompson and Joann Genusa.
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MR. A. E. CULPEPPER
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Monroe City School Officials
MR. FRANK FRANCIS MR, PAUL Ji NEAL MISS ELEONA BRINSMAID
Assistant Superintendent High School Supervisor Visiting Teacher
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M L D AL EN MISS ANNA ROSE CAMP
B S Lomsxana Tech B.A., Baxlor Umversxty
M S SU Glee Club
MR, CHARLIE BROWN
BUCKNER MR. E D CASCIO
M. Ed Umv of Arkansas
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MR, J. R. CHILDRESS MRS. DAISY DANIELS
B.S,, Nor1heastSTafe Coll. B.S., LSU
Drivers Ed. M.A., Miss. Coll.
Varsity Foosball Home Economics
MR. SAMMY R. DANNA
B.A,, Norfheasf State College
Journalism, Printing, Public
MR. GEORGE DAVIS Miss KATHRYN DouciERE ff? fs,
B.S., Northwestern B.5., LSU ' -fs --,M
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BA., Louisiana Tech B.A., Louisiana Coll.
MRS. A. F. FLOURNOY
MR. H. C, GATHRIGHT MR. D. W. GRIFHTH
B.A., Louisiana Tech B.S., North Texas State
Band M.A., Univ. of Colorado
Mrs. Hickman Mrs. Johnson
MRS. BERNICE HICKMAN MRS. DOROTHY JOHNSON
B.S., Louisiana Tech B.S., Northeast State
M.B.E., Univ. of Miss: Home Economics,
Business Education General Science
MISS MARIANNA JOHNSON
B.S., Louisiana Tech
M.BE., Univ. of Miss.
MISS BABS LEE
B.S., Louisiana Tech
DR. WALTER S. LAPP
A.B., Univ. of Penn.
A.M., Univ. of Penn.
Ph.D., Univ. of Penn.
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MRS. STELLA REID
B.A., Louisiana State
M.A., Louisiana State
Mrs, Reid Mrs. Robertson
MRS. GLORIA ROBERTSON
MRS. EDITH B. RODRIGUEZ
B.A., Agnes Scott, Newcomb
MR. W. A. RUPLE MISS MAXINE SANSOM
B.A., Louisiana Tech A.B., Marshall College
Physical Educafignl M.A., Columbia University
Varsiiy Football Coach Mathematics,
Athletic Direggior Physical Education
Mr. Ruple Miss Sansom
Miss Simmons Mrs. Smith
MISS RUTH SIMMONS MRS. RUTH M SMITH
BA Southwestern Univ. B,A., LSU
MA Univ of Texas Mathematics
MR: BUCK STEWART
B.A., Louisiana Tech
Freshman Football Coach
MRS ElLEI:N H STOVALL MRS. LEA
B A Louisiana Tech B.A., LSU
M A Louisiana Tech English
Mrs Slovall Mrs. Thompson
MlSS GENEVRA WASHBURN
BA., Newcomb College
MA., Columbia University
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Latin Club, JCLQ Varsity Football Manager.
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Hi-Yg Key Clubg Boy's State, House of Representa-
tives: Science Clubf Junior Assembly.
Latin Club, JCL, Hi-Y, Chaplain, Red Cross, Key Club,
Vice-President, Science Club, Glee Club, Thespians.
Key Club, Student Council, Junior Executive Com-
mittee, Senior Executive Committee, Vice-President,
Varsity Football, Captain, All-District, Class Favorite,
Handsome, Glee Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Lettermen
Club, Vice-President, Freshman, "B" Team Football,
Track, T959 Football All-State.
Safety Council, Tigerettes, FHA, FBLA, Glee Club,
Red Cross, Freshman Homeroom Secretary, Bas-
ketball, FHA, Glee Club.
MARY CLARE BRUSCATO
Sizzler Staff, Club Editor, Y-Teens, Tigerettes, FHA,
FBLA, Civics Club.
Key Club, Lettermen Club, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Freshman, "B" Team, Varsity Football, Varsity
Latin Club, JCL, President, Key Club, Attended Inter-
national Convention, Football, Varsity, Lettermen Club.
Key Club, Student Council, Junior Executive Com-
mittee, President, Junior Class President, Junior
Favorite, Mr. Senior Class, Most Athletic, Baseball,
Basketball, Lettermen Club, Football, All-Twin City,
All-District, All-State, All-Monroe, All-Monroe Back
of the year, All-Monroe Player of the Year, Track,
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Civics Club, Glee Club, Library Staff, Junior Assembly,
Sophomore Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer.
LAURA ANN CARTER
YTeens, Medics Club, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club,
V. J. CASCIO
Annual Staff, Business Manager, Sizzler Staff,
Typist, Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Tiger Cub, FHA,
FBLA, Civics Club, Freshman Basketball Manager.
Red Cross, Freshman Football and Basketball, Civics
Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Glee Club, Junior Assembly,
Homeroom President, Freshman, Sophomore.
Hi-Y, Football, Class Favorite, Glee Club, Junior
Sizzler Staff, Sports Editor, Printing, Glee Club, Letter-
men Club, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Football, Secre-
tary Junior Homeroom.
Red Cross, FHA, Transfer.
Red Cross, Safety Council, President, Junior Execu-
tive Committee, Varsity Cheerleader, French Club, FHA,
School Hi-Lites Program, Glee Club, Homecoming Court
Maid, Thespians, Junior Assembly, Junior-Senior Prom
Freshman, "B" Team Football.
Track, Baseball, Lettermen Club, Work Chairman,
Freshman, Varsity Football, All-City, All-Monroe, All-
District, All-State, All-American.
CAROL ANN CRAWFORD
Special Pubqications, Campus Directory, Editor,
Marching Band, FHA, FBLA, Cadet Band, Concert
Band, Maiorette, Feature Twirler.
Annual Staff, Editor, Assistant Editor, Sizzler Staff,
Student Council, Tigerette, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club,
School Hi-Lites Program, FHA Program.
Annual Staff, Latin Club, JCL, Key Club, Science
Club, President, Semiefinalist in Merit Scholarship
Honors, Junior Assembly.
Latin Club, JCL, Tigerette, Squad Leader, FHA, FBLA,
Civics Club, Thespians, Junior Assembly, Latin Club
Assembly, Tiger Cubs, FHA Assembly, Latin Club Con-
Safety Council, Tigerette, French Club, FHA, His-
torian, FBLA, Glee Club.
Red Cross, Safety Council, Traffic Committee, Tiger-
ette, FHA, Reporter, Vice-President, Candidate for State
Historian, Chairman of Program Committee and Chair-
man of Publicity Committee, FBLA, Junior Assembly.
BILLIE SUE DIXON
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Student Council, Parlia-
mentarian, Senior Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer,
Tigerette, Treasurer, Junior Alternate Commander,
Senior Alternate Commander, Medics Club, Secre-
tary, President, Girl's State, FBLA, Junior Class
Favorite, Miss Senior Class, Junior Assembly.
Latin Club, JCL, Historian, Y-Teens, Marching Band,
Drum Maiorette, French Club, Concert Band, Basketball.
Freshman Basketball Manager, Civics Club.
Publications Printing Assistant, Latin Club, JCL, Span-
ish Club, Office Assistant, Junior Assembly.
Sophomore Homeroom President, Civics Club,
Latin Club, JCL, Hi-Y, Red Cross, Basketball, Glee
Annual Staff, Organizations Editor, Y-Teens, Tiger-
ette, French Club, FBLA, Thespians, Junior Assem-
bly, Modern Languages.
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Latin Club, JCL, Safety Council.
Latin Club, JCL, Co-consul, National Convention, Stu-
dent Council, Junior Executive Committee, Science Club,
Merit Scholarship Honors, Semi-finalist, sophomore
Homeroom Secretary, Junior Homeroom Vice-President,
GINGER GALLIEN CBEARDJ
Marching Band, lst Clarinet, Cadet Band, Concert
Band, 'lst Clarinet.
Red Cross, Marching Band, Class Officer, Vice-Presi-
dent, Junior Homeroom, Golf Team, District, Tri-State
Championship Team, FBLA, Lettermen Club, Concert
Band, Junior Assembly, Science Fair, Neville Fair, Region-
al Fair, State Fair, Thespians, Sizzler Staff, Sports Editor,
Civics Club, Office Staff.
Printing Assistant, Glee Club, "B" Team, Varsity
Y-Teens, Tigerette, Medics Club, FBLA, Junior As-
sembly, Thespians, Modern Languages.
Annual Staff, Red Cross, Tigerette, FBLA, Civics
Club, Thespians, Safety Council, Junior Assembly.
Latin Club, JCL, Tigerette, Medics Club, Science Club,
FHA, Glee Club.
GRETCH EN GUELZOW
Latin Club, JCL, Historian, Y-Teens, Reporter-His-
torian, Vice-President, Red Cross, Tigerette, Flag
Bearer, Meclics Club, FHA, Junior Assembly.
Annual Staff, Feature Editor, Sizzler Staff, News Edi-
tor, Latin Club, JCL, Program Chairman, Student Council,
Tigerette, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club, Glee Club, Varsity
Basketball, Junior Homeroom President, Thespians, Vol-
leyball, Baseball, Junior Assembly.
Red Cross, Science Club, FHA "Sweetheart",
Freshman, Varsity Baseball, Football, Track, Basket-
ball, 2nd string All-State, All-Twin Cities Baseball.
Marching Band, French Club, Concert Band, Thes-
Tigerette, Medics Club, French Club, FBLA.
Hi Y Secretary Treasurer
Latin Club, JCL, Student Council, Tigerette, Softball,
Science Club, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club, School Hi-Lites
Program, FHA, Class Favorite, Junior, Sophomore Home-
room Secretary, Junior Assembly, 2nd Place, Botany
Division in Science Fair.
Annual Staff, Class Section, Safety Council, Presi-
dent, Vice-President Traffic, Homeroom President,
Boy's State, Parish Officer, FLBA, Civics Club,
School Hi-Lites Program, Special Club Delegate,
Safety Convention, Thespians.
Basketball, Lettermen Club.
Red Cross, Key Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Student
Council, Sophomore Homeroom President, Junior
Homeroom Vice-President, Class Favorite, Varsity
Football, Honorable Mention All-City and All-Dis-
trict, Freshman Football, Freshman Track, Freshman
Basketball, Lettermen Club,
Marching Band, Concert Band.
JAN ET HYMAN
Latin Club, JCL, Program Chairman, Marching
Band, Safety Council, Home Safety Chairman, FBLA,
Concert Band, Official Delegate to the Sixth Na-
tional Junior Classical League Convention, Junior
Assembly, Maiorette, Attended Fifth National JCL
Annual Staff, Assistant Class Editor, Latin Club, JCL,
Red Cross, Student Council, Junior Executive Committee,
Varsity Cheerleader, Tigerette, Volleyball Team, FBLA,
Civics Club, Social Chairman, Chairman of Junior-Senior
Prom, Junior Assembly, Homeroom President, Junior,
Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Thespians.
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Secretary, Vice-Presi-
clent, Red Cross, Safety Council, Tigerette, FHA,
FBLA, Civics Club, Glee Club, "Special" Delegate
to Y-Teens, State Convention, Mid-South Y-Teen
Conference, Junior Assembly.
Annual Staff, Sizzler Staff, Photographer, Latin Club,
JCL, Hi-Y, Vice-President, Key Club, Sophomore Home-
room President, Science Club, Blue Ridge Leadership
Red Cross, Science Club, Lettermen Club, Baseball,
All District Shortstop
Annual Staff, Sizzler Staff, Red Cross, Student
Council, Tigerette, FHA, Civics Club, Class Favorite,
Annual Photography Staff, Hi-Y, Key Club, Student
Council, Parliamentarian, Senior Executive Committee,
President, Senior Homeroom President, Spanish Club,
Civics Club, Friendliest, Varsity Football Manager, Track,
Lettermen Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Officer Assistant.
Annual Staff, Introductory Editor, Y-Teens, Treas-
urer, Red Cross, Safety Council, Treasurer, Tiger
Cubs, Science Club, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club, Wit-
tiest, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Sopho-
more, Junior Homeroom Secretary.
Latin Club, JCL: Y-Teens: FHA: FBLA: Latin Club As-
sembly: FBLA Assembly: Library Staff.
FHA: FBLA: Glee Club.
Tigerette: FHA: Freshman Basketball.
Latin Club, JCL: Safety Council: Science Club:
Red Cross: Key Club: Marching Band: Science Club:
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Medics Club: FHA: FBLA: Glee Club.
BILLY LEWIS y
Sizzler Staff, Layout Editor: Printing: Civics Club: Class - 'F
Favorite, Handsome: Glee Club: Freshman Football. L'
Latin Club, JCL: Red Cross: Varsity Football: Merit
Varsity Footballp Transfer Student.
C. A. LOWE
Sizzler Staff: Hi-Yg Red Crossg Key Clubg Handsomeg
Freshman Football, Photographer.
Red Crossg Freshman Basketball Managerg Mod-
em Languages Club.
Red Crossg Student Councilg Tigeretteg Basketballg Soft-
ballp FBLAg Civics Clubg Glee Clubg Junior Assembly.
Latin Club, JCL, Presidentg Hi-Yg Marching Bandg
Safety Councilf Civics Clubg Concertg Junior As-
Latin Club, JCL: Red Crossf Safety Council: Science
Clubg "Special" Delegate to JCL State Conventionp JCL
State Oratorical Contestg Junior Assemblyg Thespians.
Latin Club, JCL, Key Club, Board of Directors, Safety
Council, Student Council, Associate Vice-President, Var-
sity Football, Track Manager.
Y-Teens, Latin Club, JCL, Quill and Scroll, Red
Cross, Safety Council, Tigerette, Medics Club, FBLA,
Civics Club, Thespians, Junior Assembly.
Y-Teens, Secretary, FHA, Glee Club.
Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Marching Band, Ser-
geant, Band "Sweetheart", Concert Band, Sergeant,
Junior Executive Committee, Chairman of Junior
Assembly, Freshman Basketball, Girl's State, FBLA,
Secretary, President, Junior Class Favorite.
Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Thes-
pians, Junior Assembly, Delegate to State JCL Conven-
Annual Staff, Latin Club, JCL, Hi4Y, President,
Vice-President, Delegate to Blue Ridge Assembly,
Key Club, Marching Band, lst Lieutenant, All-State
Band, Safety Council, Tennis, Science Club, Most
Talented Class Favorite.
Freshman, Varsity Basketball, Civics Club, All-State
Basketball, Speech Club, Modern Language Club.
Science Club, Transfer Student.
French Club, Science Club, FBLA.
Junior Homeroom Vice-President, Junior Executive
Committee, FHA, FBLA, Annual Staff.
Annual Staff, Typist, Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Tiger-
ette, Squad Leader, Volleyball Team, FBLA, Civics Club,
Junior Assembly, Neville Science Fair, 3rd Place Winner,
Northeast State Fair, 3rd Place winner.
Red Cross, FHA, Glee Club.
SLADE NIOO DY
Latin Club, JCL, Key Club, Secretary, Safety Council,
Vice-President of School Safety, Junior Homeroom Presi-
dent, Boy's State, City Commissioner, Most Intellectual
Class Favorite, Semi-Finalist in Merit Scholarship Honors,
Junior Lion for Lions Club, JCL voting delegate to State
Convention, Junior Assembly, Thespians.
Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Marching Band, Science
Club, FHA, FBLA, Concert Band, Varsity Band, Junior
Printing Assistant, Civics Club, Junior Class Fav-
orite, Glee Club.
Latin Club, JCL, Vice-President, Red Cross, Key Club,
Safety Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Medics Club, Science Club, Civics Club, Junior Class Co-
Key Club, Marching Band, Concert Band.
JU DY N EAL
Latin Club, JCL, Custodian, Y-Teens, Safety Council,
Tigerette, FHA, Civics Club, Junior Class Favorite, Junior
Class Assembly, Thespians.
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Secretary, Tiger Cubs,
FHA, Civics Club, Glee Club, Y-Teen Delegate to
Planning Conference, Delegate to FHA State Conven-
tion, Junior Assembly, Latin Club Assembly, Latin
Latin Club, JCL, Key Club, Vice-President, Student
Council, Vice-President, Freshman, Varsity Baseball, Boy's
NINA JO OSBORN
Quill and Scroll, Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Tiger-
ette, Flag Bearer, Medics Club, FBLA, Civics Club,
Student Council, Library Club, President.
Student Council President, Red Cross, Key Club,
Junior Executive Committee, President, Civics Club,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Lettermen Club, Freshman, Varsity
Football, Varsity Co-Captain, Track, Neville Ideal
Boy, Football, All-Monroe, All-Twin City, All-District.
Hi-Y, FBLA, Glee Club, President, Junior Assem-
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Tigerette, Squad Leader,
FBLA, Civics Club, Glee Club, Hi-Y, Football.
Sizzler Staff, Editor, Key Club, Glee Club.
Latin Club, JCL, Red Cross, Tigerette, Squad
Leader, Medics Club, President.
Latin Club, JCL, Spanish Club, Library Club, Commit-
Key Club, President, Boy's State, Mayor and
Senator, Science Club, Delegate to District and ln-
ternational Key Club Conventions, Sophomore
Homeroom President, Office Staff.
Latin Club, JCL, Reporter, Safety Council, Civics Club,
Vice-President, Most Likely to Succeed, Class Favorite,
Speech Club, Thespians.
Y-Teens, Tigerette, Squad Leader, FHA.
Annual Staff, Freshman Football, Science Club, Vice-
President, Boy's State, FBLA.
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Tigerette, Squad Lead-
er, FBLA, Civics Club, Glee Club.
Annual Staff, Advertising, Sizzler Staff, News
Editor, Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Freshman Home-
room Treasurer, Tigerette, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club,
Glee Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Assembly.
Varsity Cheerleader, Tigerette, Girl's State, FHA,
FBLA, Glee Club, Girl's Sergeant-at-Arms.
Annual Staff, Assistant Feature Editor, Sizzler
Staff, Y-Teens, Reporter, Historian, Red Cross, Safety
Council, Tigerette, Freshman Homeroom President,
Junior Assembly, Delegate to Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y Conven-
tion, Delegate to Mid-South Y-Teen Convention.
Latin Club, JCL: Latin Club Assembly: Junior Assem-
bly: Junior Executive Committee: Junior Assembly: Hi-Y,
President, Secretary-Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms: Thes-
pians: Safety Council: Medics Club: Science Club: Civics
Club: Office Staff: Delegate to Blue Ridge Leadership
Congress: Delegate to State Latin Club Convention: Dele-
gate to State Hi-Y Convention: Student Council: Fresh-
man Homeroom President: Freshman, Sophomore Home-
Latin Club, JCL, Civics Club.
Freshman, Varsity Football: Junior Class Favorite: Let-
termen Club: Varsity Track.
Latin Club, JCL, President, State Treasurer: Red
Cross: Student Council: Tigerette, Junior Command-
er, Senior Commander: Tennis Team: Civics Club,
Historian: Semi-finalist in Merit Scholarship Honors:
Junior Homeroom President: Thespians: Junior As-
sembly: Delegate to National JCL Convention.
Y-Teens: Red Cross: Student Council, Historian:
Junior Exvecutive Committee: Junior Class Secre-
tary: Varsity Cheerleader: Tigerette: FHA, District
Treasurer: Civics Club: Glee Club: Head Beauty:
Thespians: Junior Assembly.
Y-Teens: Red Cross: Safety Council: FHA: FBLA:
Thespians: Junior Assembly.
Y-Teens, President, FHA, FBLA, Glee Club.
DARLA STO RMS
Red Cross, Safety Council, Student Council, Var-
sity Cheerleader, Tigerette, Girl's State, FBLA, Jun-
ior and Senior Class Favorite, Homecoming Maid,
Junior Homeroom President, Sophomore Home-
room President, Junior Assembly.
MARY JO STRAUSSER
Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Red Cross, Student Council,
Tigerette, Company Commander, Medics Club, FBLA,
Semi-finalist in Merit Scholarship Honors, Library Club,
Junior Assembly, Thespians.
BILLIE JEAN SUTTON
Annual Staff, Sizzler Staff, Quill and Scroll, Latin
Club, JCL, Red Cross, Science Club, Secretary, FHA,
FBLA, Civics Club, Library T.V. Show, Science Fair
Moderator, Latin Club Assembly.
Junior Executive Committee, Secretary-Treasurer,
Varsity Basketball, Captain, All-State Basketball,
Softball, Volleyball, Science Club, Treasurer, Most
Athletic Class Favorite, Moclern Language Club.
WILLARD TURNAGE U
Hi-Y, Key Club, Marching Band, Corporal and Cap-
tain, Concert Band, Corporal-Captain, Transfer Student.
Varsity Football, Player of the week Award,
Lettermen Club, President, All-Twin City, All-Mon-
Latin Club, JCL, Key Club, Basketball, Lettermen Club.
Marching Band, 2nd Lieutenant, FHA, FBLA, His-
torian, Concert Band, 2nd Lieutenant, Transfer Stu-
Key Club, Science Club, Junior Assembly, Transfer
Science Club, Transfer Student.
L. M. WELCH
Varsity Baseball, Varsity Basketball.
Track, Baseball, Freshman and Varsity Football,
Lettermen Club, Planning Committee.
Y-Teens, Council Representative, Treasurer, Junior
Homeroom Vice-President, Tigerette, Secretary and Treas-
urer, Company Commander, FHA, historian, State FHA
Delegate, FBLA, Civics Club, Most Likely to Succeed
Class Favorite, Delegate to Mid-South Y-Teens Confer-
ence, Delegate to FHA State Convention, Thespians, Jun-
Latin Club, JCL, Chaplain, Y-Teens, Student Coun-
cil, Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Girls' Vice-President,
Tigerette, President, Company Commander, Girl's
State, FHA, Civics Club, Sophomore and Junior Class
Favorite, Homecoming Queen, Key Club Sweetheart,
Junior.Assembly, Thespians, Beauty, Miss Neville,
Delegate to Mid-South Y-Teens Conference.
R. F. WILSON
Varsity Football, Track.
YTeens President Treasurer Red Cross Tlgerette
FBLA Delegate to Mid South YTeen Conference Thes
plans Junior Assembly
Latin Club JCL Sergeant at Arms Key Club Gov
ernor of the District Student Council Sergeantat
Arms- Junior Executive Committee Vice-President'
Junior Class Vice-President- School Hi-Lifes Pro-
gram- Junior Class Homeroom Favorite- Mr. Neville
High School- Most Handsome.
Annual Staff, Editor-in-chief, Feature Editor, Add Man-
ager, Sizzler Staff, Latin Club, JCL, Hi-Y, Red Cross, Boy's
Service Chairman, Safety Council, Medics Club, FBLA,
Civics Club, "SpeciaI" Delegate to Red Cross Training
Center, Northeast Yearbook Conference, Neville Publica-
tions Convention, Thespians, Junior Assembly, Co-or-
MARY JANE YOUNG
Latin Club, JCL, Treasurer, Y-Teens, Council Rep-
resentative, Student Council, Tigerette, Company
Commander, FHA, FBLA, Civics Club, Junior Assem-
bly, Thespians, Delegate to JCL Convention.
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Left To right: Courtland Gray, President, Carol Slakler, Secrelary, Nancy Wilson, Treasurer, Beverly Franks, Vice
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Arthur Ensrninger i
Mary Lou Clay
Jo Ann Genusa
Lee Ann Lewis
Carol Ann McDonald
Marie King Nelson
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Lynda Gay Wood
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Carol Jean Cahn
Tommie Jean Dixon
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338 DeSiard Srreer
PHONE FA 3-466I
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I I I9 Forsyfhe Ave.
I 402 Louisville Ave.
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To expecl for +he services we render a fair remuner-
afion, and noi' all +he profil' lhe fraffic will bear.
To do all in our power +o pack 'rhe cus+omer's
dollar full of value, quali'I'y and salisfaclion.
To coniinue fo lrain ourselves and our associaies
so lhal' lhe service we give will be more and more
Cons'I'an+ly 'ro improve +he human fader in our
To reward 'lhe men and women in our organizalion
fhrough parlicipalion in whal' +he business pro-
To deal fairly wi+h fhose from whom we buy our
To fesl' our every policy and mefhod by 'rhis rule:
"Does if square wi'rh wha+ is iusl' and righl'?"
STAN DLEY CATTLE CO.
Regisiered and Commercial
Rou're 3 Monroe, La.
IKE HAMILTON JIM STANDLEY
Good Luck and
Loans of AII Kinds
J. LEON DENNIS, Gen. Mgr.
FORSYTH E ESSO
500 LouisviIIe Ave.
IIOI Forsy'I'I1e Ave. 24 Hours Open
CENTER coLE AND LEIGH
Dealers in General
I020 N. 4I'I'1 SI.
W. E. LEIGI-I, Owner
Bes+ Luck Io
NEVII-I-E of Monroe
-A LoYAL FRIEND-
Forsy+I'1e Shopping Cenier
DRUG COMPANY, INC.
I3I N. 2nd S+.
Phone FA 2-I484
J. L. TERRY MARVIN TERRY
TERRY'S USED CARS
"Dealers in Fine Cars"
Phone FA 3-3504
2628 DeSiard S+. Monroe
Have You No+iced
PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING
of +I1e Twin Ci+ies
507 WasI'1ing+on S+.
MG, MORRIS, JAGUAR.
F. STAUSS 81 SON
DEL MONTE CANNED
ERUITS AND VEGETABLES
Bes+ Of Luck
TOM SPATAFO RA
8 I9 DeSiard S+.
3I II Louisville Ave.
W. L. "JACK" HOWARD I I
H. W. McSHERRY
W. D. H. RO I UEZ
Lel"s Roll, Tigers
N. 5+I1 a+ Pine S+ree+s
Wesf Monroe, La.
DisI'incI'ive Haircu+s 'For AII
I308 N. I9I'I1 SI.
Ihe New YMCA
300 WaInu+ Sfreei'
81 SPECIALTY CO.
MRS. G. M. NASTASI, owner
CANDIES, TOBACCO and SPECIALTIES
7I2 Wood S'I'ree+
All Pic+ures in
May Be Purchased
"Every'I'hing in Hardware"
N' E' LOUISIANA FEED 81 SEED STORE
for 55 Years
8I2 DeSiard S+. Monroe, Louisiana
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-zligi.. " f '
A. f il 'f A A FASHIONAIRE
"Beau+y af Your Convenience"
La+e and Eariy Appoin+men+s Welcomed
MONROE- LOUNANA JULIE CHAPPELL MARGARET wlLsoN
RALPH THOMAS BETTY BROWNLEE
2l5 S+erling+on Rd. FA5-4224
AUTO G RAPHS
I JAN 1'
Refreshing remembrance ,iigff
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W - DRINK
Bonlod undef authority of The Coco-Cab Company
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