Numa Jr. and his wife Evelyn Delaune donated their home and property in historic Red Church subdivision at the corner of South Destrehan and Church Street to St. Charles Borromeo. In 2017 it is used as the school's parking lot. Photo courtesy Chip Zeringue.
The horse was named "Storm." From left are Velma Clark, Noble and Frank Zeringue, Tobby Gaubert, Ham Zeringue, unknown and unknown. School house was on Zeringue's property in Destrehan. Courtesy of Chip Zeringue.
A woman's job is never done – Nora Zeringue and friend. She eventually became the postmistress of Destrehan. Courtesy of Chip Zeringue.
Mrs. Numa Mayronne Zeringue (Marie) and oldest daughter "Mimi." Courtesy of Chip Zeringue.
Netice N. Zeringue in Destrehan; Louisiana printed on one side of the truck. Courtesy of Chip Zeringue.