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A favorite picture from Knifley High School: Senior trip 1948

2007-08-04 - Bardstown, KY .
A favorite photo submitted by Margaret Carney
This was the Knifley High School Senior Trip to My Old Kentucky Home in 1948.
1st row, from left: Mary Dunbar (wife of John Dunbar, teacher), Lois Jones, Earnestine Corbin, Victoria Martin, Eva Overstreet, Dorothy Eastridge.
2nd row: Margaret Carney, Hilda Chelf, Gene Mings, Kenneth Sanders.
Back row: *Unknown, Maudie Feese.
*Unknown: At the time the photo was posted, the person was not identified. But within a few hours, Kim Perkins wrote, "I know who the 'unknown person' in the Knifley High School Senior trip photo is--it's my Mom--Ludora Feese Perkins. She is standing next to her sister, Maudie Feese. She was not a member of this class. She was a driver of one of the vehicles on this field trip."

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