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Marshalltown High School
Class of 1958
ANNOUNCEMENTS

In Memory of Bill Barker

Harold “Bill” W. Barker, 78, passed away from heart complications on November 12, 2018. Services will be held Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at Iowa Veterans Cemetery in Van Meter.

Bill was born July 6, 1940 to Hazel (Thompson) and Floyd Barker in Marshalltown, IA. After graduating from high school, Bill served in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1962. He worked as a chipper and grinder for Gray Iron in Marshalltown until their closing. He then moved to Des Moines and retired from Eagle Iron Works. Bill was an avid horse shoe pitcher and he and Mary Jo traveled to various tournaments around the country. He was a former member of the Moose Lodge in Marshalltown and a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Mary Jo; his children, Tina Barker, Chris (Jim) Long, Greg (Betsy) Barker, Diane (Mike) Skoczen, and Terry Clark; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and many other extended family members and friends. Bill was preceded in death by his parents.

Condolences may be expressed at www.HamiltonsFuneralHome.com.

Service Details

VISITATION:
No Visitation
SERVICE:
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
2:00 pm
Iowa Veterans Cemetery
Adel, Iowa
(Van Meter Exit)
DISPOSITION:
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
2:00 pm
Inurnment
Iowa Veterans Cemetery
Adel, Iowa
ARRANGEMENTS:
Hamilton's on Westown Parkway
3601 Westown Parkway
West Des Moines, Iowa 50266
(515) 224-0078

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In Memory of David Elwood Thomas

September 28, 1939 - October 19, 2018

David E. Thomas, 79, passed away peacefully and surrounded by loving family on October 19, 2018 in The Villages, FL. David is survived by his beloved wife of 45 years, Diane M. Thomas (nee Weir) and his four children; Martha Thomas, Jennifer Meier (Brent), Catherine Thomas (Tim Kamin) and Daniel Thomas (Tiffany). He was a proud grandfather to 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; Owen Thomas, Anthony Thomas and Olivia Moore; Andrew Meier (Rebecca), Ashley Meier Smith (Zachary) and Breanna Wickett (Louie); Myles Kamin and Grace Kamin; Cole Thomas and Lillian Thomas; and Memphis Meier and Scout Meier. He will be forever remembered by his sisters, Marilyn Matthews (Murphy) and Susan Clark and his sister-in-law, Connie Accurso (Steven). He will further be remembered by his nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and numerous friends.  David was proceeded in death by his parents and his brother, Daniel.

David was born to Howard and Margaret Thomas on September 28, 1939 in Berwyn, IL. He spent a majority of his youth in Marshalltown, IA where he graduated from high school in 1958. He went on to graduate from Northwest Missouri State University with a Business Degree. David had a very strong work ethic and was a successful salesperson throughout his career. He was a steadfast proponent of a well-rounded education and proudly put all four of his children through college. David cherished the many years he lived with Diane on their "little five acres" in Springville, IA and thoroughly enjoyed their retirement life in The Villages, FL, particularly playing golf, bocce and cards with their numerous friends. David was an avid fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes and could always be counted on to shout out "Go Hawks" to anyone, anywhere who was sporting any form of Iowa Hawkeye gear.

David's life will be celebrated by family and friends in two separate services. The first will be held on November 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Summerfield, FL. The second will be held on December 17, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church in Cedar Rapids, IA. Friends and family are invited to stay for the luncheon that will follow each service. In lieu of flowers, memorials in David's name may be made to Make-A-Wish America. 

Pictures of Tornado Damage

Hank Bradbury, admin for class of '61 has posted a number of photos of tornado damage, including the home of one of our own '58 classmates which was destroyed by the tornado.

Campaign.htm http://www.marshalltownhighschool1961.com/Marshalltown-Strong-Campaign.htm

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Thank you. 

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One of our classmates shared this website for Rock 'n Roll Dance Show Medley. See it.

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Take a stroll back to our teenage years: http://safeshare.tv/w/ FEDEwZHZXu

Remembering our Class of 1958 
50th Class Reunion!

    TOP 10 REASONS we are happy we attended!!!
**We did laugh, cry and reminisce with some of our OLDEST friends.
**We didn't care how old we were.
**Thrilled to see classmates even if it was their first reunion.
**We definitely rekindled and began new relationships.
**Expressed positive experiences we had in high
school, letting people know, everyday things
people did, some people carried in their hearts
for 50 years and had a chance to tell them.
**After 50 years, everyone looked wonderful.
**THE COMMITTEE WAS HUMBLED BY THE TURN OUT**
**Our reunion WAS full of jovial reminiscing.
**The class picture turned out GREAT!!
**AREN'T YOU GLAD YOU CAME!!!!!

50-Year Class Reunion Picture

Seated on floor L-R: Mary Gail Noid, Donna Fugate, Janet Rogers, Deanna Dobson, Mary Pattie, Kaylene Gallentine, Renie Gummert, JoAnn Ritland
Row 1 chairs: Kay Richeson, Lonny Poland, Susan Smith, Roberta Hodgdon, Ann McGregor, Sharon Miller, Darlene Kruse, Janice Harvey, Donna Burgess, Sandra Spencer, Marilyn Kneeland
Row 2:  Peggy Brainerd, Doris Borton, Martha Ward, Stan Wooster, Kay Meldahl, Pat Twedt, Zelda Dannen, Marilyn Reisinger, Linda Lamer, Linda Momberg, Sandy Glans, Maris Colllins, Judy Weaver, Bev Benson, Marcia Davenport, Jeannie Cook, Joan Robertson, Bonnie Burnham, Sharon Ness, Karen Kralik
Row 3: Pat Barker, Nancy Yeager (behind Peggy), Lee Willim, Avonelle Smith, Dick Horton, Jean Peak (behind Stan), Dave Drew, Betty Pritchett (behind Linda Momberg), Jane Lynch, Ron D'Orazio, John Strever, Bev Wilcox, David Hemphill, Mimi Wolfe, Penny Proctor, Bob Mason, Dave Thomas
Row 4: Gary McCormack, Lenoard Schnathorst, Pat Dyrland, Richard Loney, Hal Loney, Gary Loney, Nancy Thomas, Dick Rhiner, Herb Long, Terry Wehrman, Dale Burkheimer, Nile Brennecke, Tim Merrill, Hoot Niederhauser, Mike Brimmer, Burris Workman

Thanks to Jan Pagel (1970), Diana Spick (1970), and Tracy Makler (1978)
for this YouTube video of old town Marshalltown.
Click on the picture to play the video.

 

 

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 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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please select 'Contact Us' to send us your name, including maiden if applicable, along
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