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•   Janice Rex (Mather)  2/25
•   Ina May Middleton (Gaskin)  3/8
•   Kaylene Gallentine (Rinehart)  3/9
•   Pat McCord (Reilly)  3/12
•   Jerome Winston  3/12
•   William Tschudy  3/13
•   Larry Ferguson 1957  3/14


•   Mary Pattie (Wells)  10/16
•   Sandra Bolle (Dombroski)  10/15
•   Jerome Winston  10/7
•   Nile Brennecke  9/29
•   Linda Lamer (Dunn)  9/21
•   Larry Jacobson (Jacobson)  9/7
•   Donna Fugate (Priester)  8/2
•   Maris Collins (Schad)  3/19
•   Phil Ward  2/2
•   Mary Gail Noid (Bauer)  12/30
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Marshalltown High School
Class of 1958

Marshalltown's 1958 graduating class Scientist Allan Rudison has written and published his first book entitled, "The Universe is in Us." It explains how the expansion of the Universe is directly proportional to life's beginning and the expansion of the brain-computer connection. He is a conduit for NASA JPA (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for his ability to connect Astrophysics to the general public from a different perspective of understanding.     

"The Universe Is In Us" is available here on Amazon, also on Barnes & Noble. You can get a preview of the content at the Amazon website. Congratulations Rudi! What an awesome accomplishment!

Note from webmaster Bev. I asked Rudi how he got involved in this project, and part of his reply back to me was: "I was interested in this topic because the Astro Physicist at NASA JPL couldn't figure out what the invisible Dark Matter and Dark Energy were and I became the conduit for them to figure it out." Way to go Marshalltown High School classmate. Our 1958 graduates have made many impacts on our world. Thanks to Rudi for this one!

It would be of great help to the class site administrators if you would occasionally go to and log in to your Edit Contact Info page. Check your contact information and verify the accuracy of your Email Address, Mailing Address and Phone Number. You can locate this page by going to the left hand naviagion under MEMBER FUNCTIONS and clicking on "Edit Profile."

If you have changed your email address and not updated your Contact Info for some time, you may have permanent delivery failure of messages. To correct this, log in with your old email address and password and follow the instructions to correct permanent email delivery failure. If you have forgotten either your old email address or password, contact

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Take a stroll back to our teenage years: FEDEwZHZXu

Thanks to Jan Pagel (1970), Diana Spick (1970), and Tracy Makler (1978)
for this YouTube video of old town Marshalltown.
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Listen to the Bobcat Band!

(Clicking on this link opens a new page!) 


 School Hymn

  Through the years at our MHS, 
  Red and blue will proudly fly;
  And the spirit of it lingers 
  As each year goes by.
  Many happy times together 
  Spent in perfect harmony
  All these memories we will cherish
  MHS of thee.

Lyrics by Marilyn Lawrence 
Music by Armon Adams 












Friends of the Class of 1958

If you're not from our class, but are a friend to the Class of '58 and would like to be added,
please select 'Contact Us' to send us your name, including maiden if applicable, along
with your senior class year and/or your class connection and we'll add you to the list. 
Guest members are listed separately at the end of the Classmates page.

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