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Graduation Programs: Knifley High School 1952

2006-01-24 - Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo from the archives of Frank Dickerson. Front and back of Commencement Program, 1952 graduating class at Knifley High School, 1952. Front says: Commencement Exercises. Knifley High School. 1952. The Back Side: Senior Class of 1952. Knifley High School. Motto: Today's Youth Is Tomorrow's Hope. Class colors: Royal Blue and White. Class Flower: White Rose. CLASS OFFICERS, President Johnnie Prock; Vice President, Frank Dickerson, Secretary, Margie Martin; Treasurer, Nelda Clarkson; sponsor, John Dunbar. CLASS ROLL: Dean Barnett, Nelda Clarkson, Frank Dickerson, Laverne Feese, Billy H. Gentry, Patra Giles, James Knifley, Margie Martin, Johnnie Prock, Evelyn Rich, Norma Sue Stayton, Dean Tedder, and Phylis Wood. The program is from the archives of Frank Dickerson.
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