Angelo "Buster" Puglise. Quoted in L'Observateur's Mozella town history article, found on this site. L'Observateur Staff Photo
Mosella Plantation was located just west of where I-310 now meets Highway 90 and east of Sellers Pond. Photo courtesy of Greg and Phoebe S. Cellos
Relic of a bygone era, the old Betty's Music Box crumbles alongside U.S. Highway 90, a faded memory of bygone days. L'Observateur staff photo
Charles LaGarde Jr. Quoted in L'Observateur's Mozella town history article, found on this site. L'Observateur Staff Photo
An elderly couple, Charles LaGarde Sr., posing for a picture as they are getting off their train.
Hicks Lewis Youngs was the Boutte postmaster for sixteen years; police jury president for 15 years; school board member for 25 years; first railroad engineer through German Coast for the New Orleans and Opelousas Railroad; and delegate to 1898 State Constitutional Convention. Youngs School in Paradis was named after him.