Not a member?
Find and click on your name.


•   Carol Kemp (Engelland)  6/3
•   Diane Batcheller (Wilkins) (Jr Yr)  3/28
•   Graydon Houston (Soph Yr)  10/23
•   Mary Ann Walline (Scott)  9/17
•   Anita Gustafson (Link)  9/9
•   Darrel Hall  9/1
•   Tom Garrelts  8/25
•   Bill Mills  8/18
•   Margaret Hughes (Hayes)  5/16
•   Cynthia Wilmoth (Smull)  5/15
Show More


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 79.3%

A:   96   Joined
B:   25   Not Joined


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!


Wayne Larson died of a heart attack a couple of years ago.  We haven't been able to find a date of death or an obituary.  If anybody has any information about Wayne, please let us know.  Lane  6/10/18

It's June....nothing more appropriate than a June bug background.  That's because it's June bug season at least in Kansas.     Carol  6/10/18

What are June bugs and what are they for?

The June Beetle will appear on warm spring evenings and are attracted to lights. large-bodied, they are about 1 in. long and have shiny wings. They eat on foliage and flowers at night, causing much damage. The larvae live in the soil, and can destroy crops and kill lawns and pastures by severing grass from its roots; they are considered excellent fish bait.

For lack of any "news" to post on our website, I've taken the liberty to share this photo taken last week. Many of you probably aren't aware that Anita and I have been close friends since living on the same block in McPherson from the time we were three or four years old. I know we were younger than that but neither of us can remember for sure. I left the neighborhood and moved across town and to Washington School for fourth grade. I'm sure our mothers would say we terrorized the 900 block of South Ash. Of course I was always to blame for all the mischief we got ourselves into, from picking the neighbors prized tulips to deciding to run away before we started Kindergarten. I take the credit for that idea!  Over seventy years of friendship...and hoping for many more.     Carol   5/24/18

New to the site?  If you're a classmate and haven't joined, please do so by moving the mouse cursor over Classmates at the top and then click on Member Profiles and your name.  If you were a classmate but didn't graduate from MHS, click on Contact Us on the left to become a guest member.  If you would like to know more about what you're getting yourself into, click on All You Want To Know on the left and Sign Up Info.  Lane  Apr 2010

Tired of scrolling and searching?  Go to your favorite Home Page topic with a click on a headline below.  You can return here by clicking on your browser's back arrow at the top of the screen.


Quote of the Day

Your Daily and/or Weekly Golden Oldies Fix

Flip through our Yearbooks!

Home Page Visits

Flag Counter

Today's history lesson


Your Daily and/or Weekly Golden Oldies Fix

Daily Oldies Fix - Jukebox

You have two options:

1. To hear a 5-song medley of oldies from the 60s that changes every day, just click on the jukebox. Click on the play button when you get to the site.

This link opens in a new window with a new tab. You'll need to go back to that tab to turn it off if you don't want to listen to all five songs! To keep listening while you browse on our site, just click on your tab with the M on it.

2. To hear the weekly #1 song hits from all the years we were in high school, click on Weekly Top Hits 1958-62 in ‘60s Music & History. These songs change weekly, and they are not archived, so you're going to want to check back every week to get your musical nostalgia fix.    Carolyn 4/27/11 

Flip through our Yearbooks!

Click on the covers to open each. Use the right and left page arrows to turn the pages. View in full screen or click again to see even bigger pictures. The whole yearbook runs across the bottom in the full screen mode so you can select any page to view up close and personal. To close, use Escape. Don't worry if it looks like you're leaving it open. It will be closed for each new viewer. Enjoy!

The 1962 Yearbook is below in its entirety.


The 1961 Yearbook actually contains our Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman class photos. Some things in life just follow you forever!


Click here to see all MHS and McPherson Links

Home Page Visits

Our home page has had 80,743 visits since the website began on April 13, 2010.  Each visitor is counted only once a day, no matter how many returns are made to the home page.  The number is updated here daily. 

Flag Counter (since 9/6/11).  Click on the box for more vital info. 

free counters
Free counters

 Today's history lesson.  Be ready for a pop quiz.