School Name: White / Jack Lawson School School District Number: #56
Township: Twn40N Range: Rng12W Section: Sec26
Latitude: 38.177300 °N Longitude: -92.227400 °W
Front row: Ida Helton, Raymond Grosvenor, Opal Duncan, Opie Grosvenor, Omar Hickey, Enid McKee, Bernie Clark, Olga Clark, Victor Ortball, Edith Clark, Pleasant Robertson, Pearl Rowden, Helen Thompson (and teacher) Barney Thompson.
Second row: Pope Clark, Virgie Hickey, Amos Clark, Mable Grosvenor, Florence Grosvenor, Hugo Ortball, Mary Helton, Roselle Robertson, Mertle Grosvenor, Johnnie McKee, Agnes Clark, Addie Ortball, Emma Wilson, Susan McKee, Gordan Smith.
Third row: Susan Dake, Hester McKee, Larman Dake, Willard Dake
Fourth row: Vernie McKee, Edith Grosvenor, Otto Rowden, Lillis Grosvenor, Rose Grosvenor, Logan Hickey, Nellie Clark, Thurman Duncan, Jalmny Duebbert, Mabel Hickey, Aubrey Robertson, Susan McKee, Jim Helton, Vernie Reed, Clay Hickey, Geraldine Robertson, Kenneth Reed, Zada Reed, Perry Clark, Leslie Grosvenor, Lester Grosvenor.
White School was located 10 miles northeast of Iberia on Greasy Creek. The building was later owned by Henry P. Bax and used for farm storage.
Teachers: Judge Jenkins lists the following teachers for the early years of the school:
The schoolhouse is located in the extreme southern part of Section 26, south of the county road and west of Weimer Creek on the Henry P. Bax farm, located 10 miles northeast of Iberia on Greasy Creek.. The schoolhouse is still standing as it was abandoned in 1959 when the district was divided and part joined the Iberia R-5 district and part joined the St. Elizabeth R-4 district. This district was originally known as the Jack Lawson school district, evidently named after the Lawson family, several of which were listed as tax payers in the district in 1871.
Resident Taxpayers in 1871, according to Judge Jenkins: