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Paradis Elementary fourth grade class, 1950.
In September the group celebrated their 57th reunion.
Pictured are: first row - Don Porter, Bobby Dufrene, Charlie Griffin, Florence Oregeron, Barbara Knoblock, Janette Dufrene, Shirley Burgess and Leslie Herbert.
Second row - Patsy Eusea, Carol Dufrene, Jenney Laque, Mary Ann Badeaux, Myrtle Ayo, Gertrude Detiller and Ella Estay.
Third row - David Boudioun, Alvin Dufresne, Milton Detiller and Calvin Tabor.Do you have a great picture from the past? If so, then we want to know.
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