(1964) Pictured are the "starting five" of the Henry Cougars 1964 basketball team. Kneeling (L-R): Charles Vincent, Rodney Baudoin. Standing (L-R): Coach Johnney Picard, Michael Baudoin, Ravely Domingue, Warren Perrin.
(1930) Pictured are members of Henry's 1930-31 6th grade class. First row (L-R): Doris Brasseaux, Cloe Hebert, Henrietta Broussard, Lois Brasseaux, Lita Dugas, Elta Mae Delino, Lola Butaud, Laurine Pullin, (unknown), Lillian LeBlanc Domingue. Second row (L-R): Friz Menard, Charlie Cade, Presley Meyers, Wade Chauvin, (unknown). Third row (L-R): Alfred Dehart, William Montet, Vernon "Nu Nu" Dubois, Paul Landry,(unknown).
Pictured are members of Henry's 1930-31 7th grade class. First row (L-R): Doris Brasseaux, (unknown), (unknown), Loula Broussard, Hazel Montet, Ursule Broussard, Louise Theriot, Dola Domingue, Bertha Tapkenhinrichs. Second row (L-R) (unknown), Frank Broussard, Cephus Delino, (unknown), Lola Mae Pullin, (unknown), Lloyd Ramke. Third row (L-R): Thomas Pullin, (unknown), Wilmer Domingues, (unknown), Mildred Butaud.
Edmond J. Dugas, Sr., born 1897, son of Charles Dugas and Edmonia Thibodeaux, pictured at St. Paul's Boy School in Covington, Louisiana.
(1932) Pictured is the 1932 Henry basketball team. First row (L-R): Clyde Lequeux, Elton Montet, Thomas Delino Jr. Second row (L-R): Bill Ramke, Murphy Boudreaux. Third row (L-R): Verdis Butaud, Wilmer Domingue, Douglas Hebert.
(1952) Martha Ann Henley, adopted daughter of Otis and Ethel Henley, attended school from 1952 (Class of 1965) until her untimely death of leukemia at the age of 11.
Photograph of a group preparing to go to Vermilion Bay from Jean Marie's Boat Landing near Henry. The second lady from right (with hat) is Lily Belaire Dugas. The man wearing overalls is Jean Marie Soirez and the man holding the hat is Edmond J. Dugas, Sr.
(January 1967) Pictured on January 28, 1967, in St. James Chapel in Ester prior to Pat and Yvonne Campbells's wedding are (L-R): Darrell Campbell, Dr. Kirby Detraz, Ted Campbell, and Pat. Father Frugé performed the wedding ceremony.
Henry High School Juniors of 1948. Front row (L-R): Genevie Gilbert, Ida Soirez, Louise Colomb, Audrey LeBlanc, (unknown). Back row (L-R): L.J. Richard, Jesse Labitt, Steve Broussard, Leeward Thibodeaux, Ned Landry, Roy Brasseaux (teacher). Photo courtesy Jordan Mergist.
(1947) 1947 Henry Girls Basketball Team (photo courtesy Jordan Mergist).
Whitney Peltier at his home facing the Boston Landing canal. The house was later moved to Erath and is still standing at 105 W. Vincent St. (Photo courtesy his grandson, Jordan Mergist.)
Members of the 1939 Henry High School Basketball Team are pictured with their coaches. Standing (L-R): Otis Broussard, Jay Landry, Oswald Bernard, O.V. "Jack" Moss, Brady "Boon" Thibodeaux, Sherwood Dehart, and Coach Robert "Bob" Broussard. Kneeling (L-R): Clifford "T-Cliff" LeBlanc, Leroy "Short Deck" LeBlanc, and Ray Bernard, former Henry High School principal. Oswald Bernard, Ray Bernard's older brother, was killed in Belgium about six weeks before the end of World War II. Jack Moss later served as Sheriff of Vermilion Parish.
Henry High School
1929 5th Grade Class
Front Row (L-R): Selina Sellers, Ann Theriot, Aline Landry, Lurlene Thibodeaux, Amy Dubois, Loretta Hebert, Thelma Dubois, Agnes Dugas, Cecille Brasseaux, and Dorothy Menard
Second Row (L-R): Evest Touchet, Curley Dugas, Robert Brasseaux, Emick Theriot, Louis Landry, David Broussard, Junis Theriot, and William Broussard
Third Row (L-R): Lana Broussard, Rosie Touchet, Velma Arceneaux, Junior Hulin, Unidentified, and Lloyd Thibodeaux
Fourth Row (L-R): Mary Louise Cade, Bevian Broussard, Edma Toups, Unidentified, Miss Soileaux (Teacher), CB Vincent, Wilmer Landry, and Roy Brasseaux
(1918) A native of Henry, Edith Champagne Broussard is pictured in 1918—a century ago—on her graduation from SLI, now UL Lafayette. She was the first woman graduate of SLI and taught school in Abbeville for many years. She married P. Asa Broussard and was the mother of Paul Edwin, Miriam, Maude, Asa W., and Adella Broussard.