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Knifley Elementary and High School 1950-51

2005-03-17 - Knifley, KY - Photo courtesy of Morris Shepherd. THIS KNIFLEY ELEMENTARY and HIGH SCHOOL photo is shared by Morris Shepherd who read the recent story on Johnnie O. Prock and had this in his photo collection. Johnnie is photo number 14 above. Others in the photo include, from top left: John Dunbar, Principal, Margie Martin, Frank Dickerson, Glenna Spires, Clem Feese, Cleopatra Giles, Harold Dean Tedder, Justine Arnold, Travis Hatfield, Lewis Hardin, Jewel Gabbert, Billy H. Gentry, Nelda Iris Clarkson, Johnnie, Norma Sue Stayton, Victor W. Clarkson, Jean Woods, Wm. H. "Bud" Martin, Oreon H. Martin, Laverne Feese, James Knifley, Frances Hardin, Voyd Dean Barnett and Evelyn Rich. If you know where any of the other classmates are and what they're doing these days, send us a note by clicking on the webmaster link at the bottom of the page, or call 270-384-3979. Click 'read more' for Johnny O. Prock's story.
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