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Several of the class of 1966 gathered to visit at Johnny Carino's, Saturday November 16th, 2013
(Back L-R) Paul Cooper, Jim Scott, Ben Abrams, Deanna Woolsey, Sheila Lewis, Maria Stiles, Joyce Fritchey, Frank Fogg
(Front Row) Bill Rowland, Sandy Bandy, Shirley Allen, Janice Garrett, Diane Elliott (Kneeling) Joe Kingore
Photo credit: Mary Anne Phillips Raytown South 1971
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We have set up a members only listserver for JHS alumni use. This message board works like a bulletin board, where posts are made available to all members. Postings can include anything pertinent to our class, including member contact and email exchanges, classmate searches, and events. Only members may post, and all email addresses are hidden. The committee will post event information and website updates here.
You are encouraged to join this group instead of Classmates-dot-com. Our service is free (no strings), and if it doesn't work for you, you really can unsubscribe!
Click this link to browse the JHS 1966 MESSAGE BOARD as a guest. You can join the group using the link below. Note: Submissions to join require confirmation using a valid email address.
If genealogy is your thing, the Missouri Secretary of State has an online searchable database with downloadable Death Certificates from 1910 to 50 years ago. The index has PDF scans of certificates and updated monthly. Use the advanced search for more flexibility.
The Virtual Wall Veterans Memorial lists casualties of the Vietnam Conflict www.virtualwall.org and is searchable by state.
JHS - Joplin High School home page. School and foundation information, merchandise, event listings, and more.
Having learned of the demise of a certain establishment in Galena Kansas, Vicki Mays and Jim Scott recited their renditions of The Ode to the Green Parrot at the 40th class reunion. For your enjoyment, the PDF files of Vicki's version and Jim's version can be downloaded.
A group of Mr. Sovereign's former students have started an endowment for a scholarship to MSSU. Click here to go to the Oliver & Roberta Sovereign Facebook page.
Viruses, SPAM, and Hoaxes! Ever received an email that just begged to be passed on to all your friends! Some with tear jerking stories, others with offers that seemed too good to be true? Some can be sinister.
Search SNOPES.COM - Urban Legends Reference Pages to determine authenticity.
This site is just plain interesting - it's amazing what people can think up!
For some fun and completely different, you can find famous (or infamous) quotations at WorldofQuotes.com, the Quotes and Proverb archive.
Have you ever seen an Iridium flare? They occur almost daily, but you must be looking in the right place at the right time! At Heavens-Above, get accurate predictions for flares, satellite passes, comets, and more. You will need to provide your Latitude and Longitude information to configure this website for your viewing. We have set the location initially for central Joplin, Missouri.
We live in a remarkable time, and news of scientific discoveries occur every day. NASA Science News offers a free subscription service, or you can just browse from here.
Keep abreast of astronomical events at SpaceWeather.com. This website offers a free email subscription service in addition to a site full of interesting photos and hot topics. It is updated daily.
Please send any favorite links, page updates, corrections, comments, and reports of dead links to Jim Scott. Enjoy!
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