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•   Graydon Houston (Soph Yr)  10/23
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Wayne Ensminger info.  Please log in to see here.  Lane  11/25/17


The Jay L. Frazier Scholarship Fund was established in December 2011 to honor our friend, our coach, our teacher, and our mentor. The Frazier Scholarship program is open to graduating seniors attending McPherson High School who plan to further their education at the post-secondary level with a preference in science. The 2017-18 recipients of an annual $1,000 scholarship from McPherson High School are Elizabeth Evans who plans on attending Emporia State University and Elizabeth (Elle) Schrag who is going to attend Bethany College.

During our 50th class reunion many of us made pledges for an annual contribution to the Frazier Scholarship fund and the current level of funding has reached approximately $75,000. A special opportunity exists through December 31, 2017 as a benefactor is willing to match any additional annual or new contributions up to $13,000. You can make a one-time additional contribution, increase your annual contribution, or make a new contribution if you have not previously done so by contacting:

McPherson County Foundation
206 South Main Street,
McPherson, KS 67460 (620-245-9070)
or at http://www.mcphersonfoundation.org/scholarships-funds/

I would encourage everyone to take advantage of this special opportunity.

Thanks for your support and contribution as it will insure that the Jay L Frazier Scholarship fund will remain viable for the foreseeable future.

Posted by Dick Leach


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


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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!

  


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