STANLEY LEE JACKSON
1928-2006

This page was created so that former classmates of our Kirksville High School can make contact with each other.  Please send your email address to me.  I'll put yours on our Class email Pages.  If your class has a page, let me know.
cminor_49 at yahoo dot com

Do you remember The Red Blasers?

Take a trip back to the '50s  <--- Click Here!

The KHS Alumni board has decided there is not enough interest
and they are not holding an Alumni weekend next year. *sigh*

The Annual KHS All Alumni . <----- Click for details.

This is a big job for your class committee .... Help them out ... tell them where you are!
or add your email here:
Class emails


Veterans Memorial Index Created By KHS Students
KHS students in the school's Web Page Design class recently completed an online index for |
the new Adair County Veterans Memorial.

The students, under the direction of KHS teacher Randy Reynolds, entered the names of more
than three thousand Adair County veterans into a data base that arranges the names alphabetically.

REQUEST for INFORMATION:
Hi we are looking for any information on a Kirksville High school teacher.  Her name was Effie Morrey and she is my husband's great aunt. Any information would be greatly appreciated. 
Thank You
Please email: 
Peggy Naylor
mamaratt1 at msn dot com

Mark acquired a copy of 

  1. the Kirksville high school 1916 yearbook (The Tigris).  This was the "third annual" printed by the H. S.  It contains names and photos of 61 seniors, 53 juniors and 50 sophomores, plus the faculty members.  A large advertising section contains ads from 66 businesses, as well.

  2. And a copy of the 1920 high school yearbook, the "Tigris," which lists 75 seniors. 
    One unusual feature is a page titled "Honor Roll," which names 123 people who evidently were Kirksville H.S. alumni who had served in the armed forces.

  3. And the 1927 Tigris, which lists 124 seniors.  I'll be glad to do "look ups" for anyone interested.  Oddly, the artwork through this book depicts Dutch people in wooden shoes, Dutch canal boats, windmills, etc.  But there's no explanation for the
    fascination with Holland that year.

    He will be glad to do "lookups" for anyone interested in the contents of these interesting books.
    e-mail:    Hamiltoh at aol dot com

    Aloha, MARK LAUGHLIN

Class emails

If your class has a web page let me know and I will place a link on this site. email me with your class site address.  cminor_49 at yahoo dot com
Also contact the KHS Alumni Association Committee to let them know where you are so they can pass it on to your KHS class committee, And ask the KHS
Webmaster  to place your link on the KHS Alumni page

Yeah, every body has aged except me ! ! !
While waiting for my first appointment in the reception room of a new dentist, I noticed his certificate, which bore his full name.  Suddenly, I remembered that a tall, handsome boy with the same name had been in my high school class some 50 years ago.  Upon seeing him, however, I quickly discarded any such thought. This balding, gray-haired man with the deeply lined face was too old to have been my  classmate.  After he had examined my teeth, I asked him if he  had  attended the local high school.  "Yes," he replied. "When did you graduate?" I asked.  He answered, "In 1953.  "Why, you were in my class!" I exclaimed.  He looked at me closely and then asked,  "What did you teach?"
Contributed by Jim King class of '67 .... Thanks Jim!


Counter started Aug 2002

Kirksville in the '60s
Click here if you would like to see a copy
of my mixed memories of Kirksville in the 1960's.