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Page 7 text:
2-The trip down melody lane begins.
5-A get-together mixer sponsored by A.S.B.
13-The opening football game, lost to Mt. Ver-
non, 27-12. Sock hop by Tips staff.
23-March of Dimes assembly. Basketball game
with Naches, won 50-48. Top-Hi Tips dance.
24-Wildcats meet Marquette, win 42-33.
28-Smoker with Prosser.
29-Debate here with Marquette.
30-Wildcats play Grandview, win 55-37.
31-Wildcats beat Grandview, 77-45. G. A. A.
-First Top-Hi Tips paper out.
Annual staff starts booster drive.
Pep club initiates 30 new members. Wild- dance-
cats lose to Grandview, 7-27 FEBRUARY
25-G.A.A. initiation, with assembly.
26-School out for Fair. Wildcats drop game to
3-Wildcats meet Cle Elum, lost 12-0.
10-Wildcats sponsor assembly. Wildcats lose to
Naches, 6-14. lunior mixer after game.
-Debate teams organize.
-Wildcats win over Highland, 36-12. Senior
hop after game.
18-Annual staff picnics at Brooks Park.
24-Homecoming, with Queen Delores Kukes and
court making their big appearance. Wildcats
win from Selah, 19-0. National assembly blind
30-The human echo entertains with his unique
program on voice control. Wildcats play ex-
citing game against Marquette, tied 20-20.
7-Torch assembly, F.H.A. assembly.
10-Pep club attends exchange assembly with
ll-Armistice da brin s the bi annual ame
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with Wapato. with the Wildcats closing their
football season with a 26-0 victory.
12-National assemblyg ex-convict Snow Allen.
14-Sophomore class party.
15-Student conference at Yakima.
18-College conference here, for the seniors.
-First performance of the senior play, "The
Curious Savage", at a junior high matinee.
-Senior high matinee.
-The senior play presented for the public.
-Torch inducts two seniors. Choir to Wapato.
-Iunior class presents assembly. Basketball
jamboree in Wapato. Top-Hit lst. Annual
staff takes enjoyable trip to Seattle.
2-Choir assembly. Zillah preseason game, won
5-Sophomore assembly, Goldendale played by
the Wildcats for a preseason game. Won
6-Debaters attend an all-valley practice de-
bate in Grandview. Preseason game with
Goldendale, lost 50-46. Sophomore dance.
9-Wildcats play Zillah, preseason game, win
-Senior class present Holly Ball, with Frances
Owens as queen.
-Wildcats play Sunnyside in pre-season game,
16-Wildcat boxing smoker.
20-Wildcats play Sunnyside in pre-season game,
with a Pep club dance after, win 63-51.
2-Pep Club Tolo.
8-Wildcats box Marquette.
9-Iunior assembly. First season game with Se-
lah. Win 52-44.
10-Wildcats meet Highland, lose 53-58. G.A.A.
15-Choir assembly. Smoker with Sunnyside.
16-First debate with Selah. Semester ends. Wild-
cats meet Cle Elum. Lose 59-81.
17-Wildcats beat Prosser, 61-57. Choir dance.
20-Smoker with Grandview.
4-Cle Elum smoker.
5-Debate at Yakima.
6-National assembly. Wildcats meet Selah, win
57-53. Iunior mixer.
7-Wildcats meet Highland, lose 47-56.
10-Smoker with Sunnyside.
12-Cheney choir assembly.
13-Senior assembly, Mothers' Coffee. Wildcats
meet Cle Elum, win 53-48. Wildcat mixer.
14-Wildcats play Prosser, win 44-41.
19-Choir goes to Highland.
20-Wildcats lost to Naches, 48-63.
21-Seniors have bake sale. Wildcats play Mar-
quette, win 59-58. Sophomore mixer.
24-Highland choir here.
25-School out at 3. Reis Leming parade. Mar-
27-Basketball Tournament at Kennewick. Top-Hi
plays Ellensburg, lose 52-53. Pep assembly.
7-Debate Tournament in Yakima.
10-Boxing Tournament in Sunnyside. Ellensburg
Music contest. 25 soloists.
-Iunior play, "The Laughing Dwarf", matinee
for junior high.
12-Matinee for senior high. Debaters go to
C.P.S. to stay three days.
-Night performance of junior play.
-Movie from State Game Department.
27-Sophomore assembly. Track meet.
7-Tennis with Wapato.
10-Track meet with Ellensburg, tennis at Selah.
Television Assembly. F.H.A. Convention in
Ellensburg. Choir Concert,
11-G.A.A. play day. Wildcat dance.
16-Track meet with Grandview.
-Baseball with Marquette, G.A.A. banquet and
-Baseball with Highland. Contest at Ellens-
burg for band and choir.
23-Tennis with Selah.
-Selah baseball game, Highland track meet.
-Tennis and baseball with Highland.
-Tennis with Yakima.
-Tennis with Wapato.
1-Invitational meet here for track. Baseball
with Wapato. Sophomore party.
-Tennis with Ellensburg, baseball with El-
-Baseball and tennis with Cle Elum.
-Baseball with Yakima. Northern division ten-
nis at Yakima. Band at Wenatchee.
9-Track Sub district meet at Yakima, Tennis
Tournament in Yakima.
-Baseball with Naches.
-Pep Club Banquet.
-16-Band to Spokane.
-District track meet at Yakima.
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This year, the book you hold follows the theme, "Down Melody Lane with Tohiscanf' As
soloists and as members of many varied ensembles, all members of the administration,
faculty, and student body have added their notes to the l953 hit parade. lt is our wish that
all these close the year with the knowledge that their notes, however soft or uncertain, were
blended into the Top-Hi tune as the best they could give.
Now the song is ended. But the melody remains forever in the hearts of those who shared
in its singing. "Hail to thee, our dear old Top-Hi, we'll remember you."
7fne Olykct of
Adding a very important note to the
harmony of this year and many before
it was our old friend, Al Owens. He be-
gan his service to District 202 by acting
as a member of the school board from
t March, l935, to lune, 1937. ln l937, he
transferred his efforts to the maintenance
crew, and during the following l6 years,
has set a pattern seldom equalled for
cheerful, unselfish, and efficient perform-
ance of duty. From a broken window to
a balky furnace or a new room, all mat-
ters of repair, replacement, and alteration
are met with pleasant competence and
prompt attention. Toppenish students
from kindergarten to graduating seniors
have seen the pleasant, busy Mr. Owens
as he hurries from one task to the next.
ln sincere appreciation, we dedicate
the l953 Tohiscan to you, Al Owens.
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To these boosters is reserved this section in our proqgrargp lt isathrgugh their interest and
cooperation that this production you are now previewing Was: made possible. Qlfefictemd to
these business and professional people our thanks, and to the readers a reminder-JMat,these
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GROUP A: Intervalley Equipment Comnyxnwj if 5
Top-Hi Lunch-l8 Parkerway. Phone 5-6233.
Toppenish ReviewAPhone 5-4055.
Fern StudioeWe photograph any time, any thing,
any place. Phone 5-4403.
Stoops 5- Sons-General contractors. Phone 5-2775.
Williams Hardwareflfurniture and sporting goods.
Bailey's Market. Phone 5-4972.
Basto's Cleaners-lf it's not becoming to you, it
should be coming to us. Phone 5-5434.
Fred Beezley Chevrolet Company-Box 55l, Top-
Brader Hauling Service-Phone Zillah 2l55.
Buckingham's Broadway Service Station-Phone
Buena Market-Groceries, fresh meats, frozen food
Bob Campbell's Grocery-Congratulations to the
Class of '53. ll5 Chehalis Avenue.
City Electric and Plumbing-Electrical maintenance,
appliances, plumbing and heating. Phone
City Tire Service-5 Asotin Avenue. Phone 5-4005.
Conrad's-Home furnishings and appliances. Phone
Corderman Motors-DeSoto-Plymouth sales and
Crabtree Drug Store--Prescription druggist. Phone
E 6 H Motors-Phone 5-4655.
Engelhart and Maloney Grocery-General food
store. Phone 5-6635.
Gamble's Western Auto Supply-The store Where
Graham-Morris Construction Company-Congratw
lations to the Class of '53. Phone 5'477l.
Hall-Harmon Equipment Company-Good equip-
ment makes a good farmer better. Phone
Hamilton 6 Venable Auto Service-lf we can't fix
it, throw it away.
Henry's Plumbing and Heatinge2ll Buenaway.
Hop Growers' Supply Companykklop Supply Spe-
cialists. Phone 5-373l.
Huyler's Construction Company-Phone 5-6185.
Ideal Feed and Supply Company.
Leidy'sv2 Parkerway. Phone 5335? V
M G M Bakery. X' 5'
Maple Leaf Creamery-For tops in ice cream and
butter at the crossroads.
Dr. Meagher-Congratulations to the Class of '53.
Midstate Packing Company.
Pacific Power 61 Light Co.
Ray I. Perrault-Standard Oil. Phone 5-5065.
Potlatch Yards-Building material and fuel. Phone
William Potter 6 Son Bob-Best Wishes to the Class
of '53. Honey-Pollination. Phone 5-5475.
Galen F. Ramsey Insurance Agency-Phone 5-3545.
Seattle-First National Bank-Phone 5-4505.
A. Sherwood-Union Oil Products. Phone 5-3875,
Snack Bar-Where the gang hangs out.
Sugar Workers Local Union No. 21268.
Thorp's Sheet Metal, Heating 6. Cooling-We spe-
cialize on heating and cooling.
Toppenish Bowling and Recreation Center-Bowl
for fun, bowl for health. Phone 5-6494.
U 61 I Sugar Company. Phone 5-3505.
Underwood's Veterinarian-Veterinarian Hospital.
Webb Tractor and Equipment Company-Phone
Bates Furniture-Furniture and appliances. Phono
Berg's Lumber and Fuel Co.-Phone 5-2715.
Bil1's Cale-W. S. Morris. Phone 5-6633.
Bittle's Service Station-Phone 5-387l.
Blome's Radiator Shop.
Brunswick Barber Shop - lack Schlecht. Phono
Buena Packing and Supply.
The Bungalo-Phone 5-6723,
Central Motors-Your Dodge and Plymouth Dealer.
Cobb's Barber Shop-South Toppenish Avenue.
Courtesy Cleaners-Phone 5-4635.
Crossroads Cale-Congratulations to the Class of
D 5. D Grocery-Congratulations to the Class of '53.
Dan's Super Service - Where your dollars have
more cents. Phone 5-3801.
Darby's Top-Hi Drive-In-New Track Road. Phone
P. A. Denstad-We specialize in glass.
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