Scott High School Class of 1952 recently hosted their 60 reunion in Scott.
The morning began with a 10 a.m. mass at St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Scott, with celebrant Father Tom Voorhies.
Following the mass, everyone arrived at Feezo’s Seafood & Steakhouse in Scott for an afternoon reception.
Class of ’52 had a room reserved where tables were set with white linens, blue napkins, and vases filled with blue hydrangeas and fern.
After an hour of reminiscing, classmates were seated, as Annette Sonnier led in the blessing before enjoying a delicious afternoon brunch.
Class President Ned Boudreaux arrived in from Washington State for reunion, the Class of ’52 President assisted Annette Sonnier with door prizes.
Gerry Horaist won a framed poster of Scott Homes, by Scott artist Bruce Broussard.
Betty LaBauve won a 1934 Silver Dollar and Quarter key ring donated by Annette Sonnier.
A delectable white iced Bavarian cake with a copy of the class graduation program, trimmed with blue hydrangeas served as dessert for the class.
The Class Motto: “What We Are To Be We Are Now Becoming”, and class colors of blue and white, served as memories and reminders for the Class of 1952.
The Scott High, Class of 1952 has hosted reunion every five years, until about ten years ago, it was decided to host mini reunions once a year, which are always attended and very much enjoyed.
“A dozen of our classmates have left this world along with some of their spouses, they are still thought of lovingly, each and every time,” said Pearl Provost Guidry.
“It has been an adventure, these lives of ours!”, she added.
The Class of 1952 would like to extend graditude to Gerry Horaist, Claudette Prejean, and Katie of Leona Sue’s, Lauren of Piggly Wiggly in Scott, Annette and the waitstaff of Feezo’s Emily, Hailley, and Rene.
“All these involved helped to make our event memorable,” said Class of 1952