Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)
- Class of 1954
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B ways wishing they could be one, thatls
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THE STAFF O U 5 C A N
Editor -- ............................ Shirley Sullivan '19 7 A 4.
Advisor ........... . ................................ Miss Lorna Finch I
Sports .......................,.. Eddie Johnson and Jim Hubert
Business Manager " -"'-"--------'-""-'----'-'- Barbara Owens The Tale of the Mouse in the Corner
Advertisers .................... Joanne Layman, Milton Case,
Jackie Donnelly, Larry Edwards, Beverly TOPPENISH, WASHINGTON
Rasmussen, Lennie Sak, and Judy Scalley
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
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1953-1954 marked the first school term spent in the new building
above. Three hundred forty senior high boys and girls shared new
lockers, new classrooms, old and new teachers through the year,
leaving the building to attend auditorium events, gym, music, art,
and shop classes in other buildings.
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It is appropriate that the book which records Top-Hi's
first year in the new building should be dedicated to
a man who has done much toward its creation. An active
and tireless planner in advancing the building program
of District 202, Mr. Koboski worked toward the future,
basing his efforts on his sound knowledge of Toppenish's
A 1927 graduate of Toppenish, Mr. Koboski became a
member of the school board in 1948 and retires this
year after faithful service in that position. During this
time, he was also active in the County School Directors'
Association, serving as secretary and as president, and in
the State School Directors' Association, where he also was
a member of the legislative committee.
His faithful performance of duties is only one indication
of his deep interest in the boys and girls of Toppenish. For
years this tall, smiling man has been a familiar sight at
student events. As a spectator at athletic events, banquets,
school plays and concerts, and as a chaperone or speaker
at dances, banquets, and other functions. Karl Koboski.
Sr., has won the admiration and affection of Top-Hi. He
belongs to us.
We know that he will no longer be present at board
meetings, but that our friend will still be around the
school he has served. Thank you, Karl Koboski.
We'll be seeing you.
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1. Mr. Miller and Miss Finch foresee the
year's picture-taking. 2. Even a mouse can
tell J. Donnelly, B. Rasmussen, Miss F., and
others are busy on Tohiscan. 3. A. Regimbal,
A. Schneider, B. Lybyer, J. lngram, and N.
Jewett hear the Yanks beat the Dodgers. l'm
behind the radio. 4. Mrs. Carlile enjoys Sep-
tembf-r's sunshine. 5. J. Hubert-studying?
6. You should hear what D. Holm told H.
Heather! 7. Sophs plan a Homecoming floate
D. Bittle, D. Hill, N. Johnson, G. Tollefson,
and R. Staub. 8. l left before senior high
arrived for lunch-Judy Edwards, J. Lichten-
berg, E. Peilike, and J. Hiatt. 9. M. Shearer,
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1. Mr. Hilton. 2. I was mad because A. Barn-
field wouldn't shine my paws like she did P.
Punch's, while other students looked on.
3 Boy, can Top-Hi kids cheer! 4. I squeaked,
and Mr. T. blamed K. Hubert and P. Knight.
5 I bet there would be a lot of tasty crumbs
in the whiskers of T. Clark, C. Yahn, and
C. Cross. 6. Winner C. Silvers receives ticket
for Kandel sweater from B. Lybyer, Jr. Class
President. 7. C. Chamberlain orders class ring
from I. Fernandez. 8. Queen V. Scrivner and
Princesses A. Sutton, S. Chase, C. Hadley
and K. Pettit. I enjoyed this picture! 9. J.
qauer riding in the F.F.A. float. It was nice
and M. Ross work on Sophomore float, while
others look on.
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1. E. Heilman taking admission at the G.A.A.
Carnival. Boy! I sure almost got tromped
there. 2. P. Knight painted my tail while she
was making a G.A.A. sign. 3. J. Sherwood
and V. Schmella take money at the C.A.A.
Carnival. I sure had fun playing among that
MONEY! 4. I helped J. Chase separate C.A.A.
point sheets. Boy! was that fun! 5. C. Huylar
and C. Hadley wait for drill team picture.
6. J. Parlet retires from a day's work. l'm
hiding behind a polka dot in his shirt. 7. D.
Lorton, D. Holm. N. Punch, S. Sullivan, and
L. Hansen. wait to go to Sunnyside. I sat on
the driver's wheel. 8. H. Heather, I. Ide, E.
Buckingham, G. Cameron, P. Punch, D. Hill,
and D. Lorton wait between scenes at Senior
play rehearsal. 9. Mr. Bothwell having fun at
the G.A.A. Carnival. l got some meringue in
my eye. 10. J. Scalley taught me a lesson.
11. E. Macias, M. Shequin, and M. Arens took
charge of dart throwing. I'm under M.
Shequin's Carnival hat. 12. B. Orozco. 13. R.
Hall waits for people to sign the guest list
at open house. I'm mad, she wouldn't let me.
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1. V. Schmella wears the blue-ribbon dress
which won at regional FHA Conference. 2.
T. Patrick, B. Owens, and D. Ferguson
decorate for the Ball. 3. J. Sherwood, B.
Wiswall, D. Lorton proudly display FHA
yearbook to J. Sova and M. Shearer. 4-. Fixing
the showcase are H. Heather and D. Roberts.
5. R. Hall, K. Mosebar, B. Owens, and P.
Knight listen to instructions. 6. C. Gross, A.
Garcia, B. Orozco, W. Johnson, L. Little,
and C. Rishor have a time at the Senior
Ball. 7. Taking it easy at home is Mr. Coit.
8. M. Baker helps E. Macias with final
touch. 9. J. Donnelly and horn are taller
than S. Sullivan. 10. J. Beak, N. Punch, J.
Scalley, J. Seabrands, D. Ashlock, C. Hadley,
and C. Huylar preparing for a performance.
11. B. Olson and J. lde at Senior Ball. 12. E.
Heit and T. Patrick dreamy-eyed at Ball. I
sure had a good time this month.
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1. Say! that must be pretty heavy, M. Shearer,
E. Macias, P. Knight, V. Smith. 2. N. Punch,
D. Ashlock are ready for that January weath-
er. 3. At the ticket booth are J. Rarick, Mrs.
ll. Bennett, C. Derrey. ll got in free? 4. A
basket! 5. Einstein Hubert during an investi-
gation. 6. D. Lorton at her job on the reserved
seats. 7. In the snowballing mood are H.
Phillips, V. Moser, S. Chinn, K. Hubert. Those
kids sure soaked me! 8. E. Higgins prepares
a big smile. 10. Mr. McCauley presents award
to Boys' Quartet: G. Cross, W. McDonald, J.
Morrison, A. Garcia. Boy, they were a pretty
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I. P. Knight, C. Gross, A. Garcia practice
for Folk Opera while E. Schmella accompan-
ies them. I like Mr. Fink's hat, but boy does
it take a heating from those guys. 2. L. Stout
and E. O'Keefe serve pop and candy at the
basketball game. I like orange. 3. B. Febus
presents Mr. Fink a certificate for a new
hat. 4. J. Sherwood caught by the camera.
Surprised J. Ingram too! 5. G. Chandler shows
J. Patnode how to use an electric saw. I al-
most got my tail cut off! 6. W. McDonald
smiles pleasantly in front of Top-Hi show-
case. I never saw so many trophies before.
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at the operetta practice. 2. Magician shows how it is done at a National Assembly. 3. R. Solis
and D. Bangs working in art. 4. Mr. Coit and V. Morris in the noon time rush to the cafeteria.
5. Busy workers. 6. E. Smith and A. Regimbal at CAA carnival. 7. Mr. Strom, C. Tollefson, and
J. Morrison at smokvr. 8, Girls make' ready for GAA Carnival. 9. R. Gonsalf-z at GAA Carnival.
l0. "Busy as Beavers" is this group of students. 11. A. Sutton and S. Chase making ready for the
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SUPERINTRNDENT and PRINCIPAL ....... .......,... 1 5
SENIOR HIGH FACULTY ......................... ........,.. I 6-18
CLASSROOM SNAPS ............. ........... 1 6-17
A.S.B. OFFICERS .........................,............... ....... I 9
K BOARD of CONTROL ..................................... ......, 1 9
3 Iii, ASSEMBLY and SOCIAL COMMITTEES ......... .... 19
4 'Q CUSTODIANS and COOKS ............,............ .,,.... 2 O
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Girls, Physical Education
Pep Club Advisor
Honor Society Advisor
Assistant Football Coach
"Bw Squad Basketball Coach
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Yearbook Advisor Operetta Director
Assistant Operetta Director Junior Advisor
Honor Society Advisor
1. Donna Hill. 2. Cary Pat-
ton. 3. Beverly Dale, Lily
Roth. 4. Joyce Carlton and
Susan Leming at F:H.A.
party. 5. Chuck Walters, Gene
Woods and others. Studying?
Honor Society Advisor
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Assembly Program Commit-
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unior and Boxing Coach
Senior Play Assistant Football
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Basketball and Baseball
1. R. Clark, B. Booth, L. Sak.
2. C. Silvers. 3. W. Leikam,
L. Edwards, D. Parkhurst. 4.
H. Mears, Miss Whitmore.
5. Mr. Masciotra, R. Staub.
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1. Mr. Woodworth writes out
final grades. 2. K. Mosebar
and F. Garcia look over their
papers. 3. Mr. Cook explains
the situation to T. Patrick. 4
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son's shoes while G. Chamber
lain, D. Hill. and J. Grupe
look on. 5. Mr. Palmer gives
A. B. Organization
Board of Control
Advisor Mr. Strom, Bernice Febus. Dolly
Lorton, Marilene Shearer, Eva Heilman, Shir-
ley Sullivan. Kneeling: Graham Tollefson,
Bob Lybyer, Joe Morrison, Larry Anderson
social and Assem bly
Shirley Sullivan. Alair Sutton. Miss Hackett,
Hazel Heather, Dolly Lorton, Donna Roberts,
Gerald Cross, Bob Orozco, Clyde Yahn, John
Sauer, Mr. Hilton, Jerry Ingram.
Advisor Mr. Strom, President Joe Morrison,
Treasurer Lee Hansen, Vice President Bob
Lybyer, Activity Manager Dolly Lorton, Sec-
retary Marilene Shearer.
The A.S.B. officers under the leader-
ship of Joe Morrison and the Board of
Control worked together to provide
student government for Top-Hi.
The Assembly and Social committees
organized assemblies and scheduled
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Cooks-MRS. JOHNSON and
First row: V. Yarnell, M. McMiCan
J. Lynch, C. Long, T. Gleason, C
Griffith, I. Holmes. Second row: C
Basquez,-, V. Telles, V. Kennedy, L
Stump, C. Flett, M. Dorn, P. Parks
Third row: R. Hamilton, J. Roth, R
Mesecher. .l. Leidy, D. Wessman, A
Black. J. Smith. P. Smith.
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than the nurseis sulfa ointment . . . Mr.
Grenkeis broom was on my trail until l had
to dip my tail into Mr. Strom's inkwell and
leave him word that l wasn't just an ordinary
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First row: Driver Jonny Blumhagen, Ground Keeper Jim Owens, Head Driver Joe
Kormil, Driver Norman Mansford. Serond row: New Building Custodian Al Crenke,
Junior High Custodian Al Pomerinke, Junior High Custodian Lawrence Gleason,
Truant Officer Al Hancuff. Third row: Junior High Custodian Henry Bower, Super-
intendent of Buildings Al Owens, Driver Ellis Johnson, Driver Bill Potter.
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JUNIORS ....,............,....,......................,.................., 32-33
SOPHOMORE OFFICERS AND ADVISORS ..,........,. 34.
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Claude Griffith held the gavel for the Senior Class, with Vice President Tommy
McMahon, Secretary Sharon Chase, Treasurer Gerald Gross, and Social Chairman
Clyde Yahn in assistance. At the second semester, Claude and Gerald left, Tommy pre-
sided, and Betty Wiswall replaced Gerald.
Reigning over Homecoming was Queen Virginia Scrivner and Senior Princess Shar-
The class play, "Here Comes Charlie," revealed the talents of the class in a three-
The class motto, "Give to the world your best, and the best will come back to you,"
the class flower, American Beauty Rose, and class colors, blue and white were chosen.
on December 11, "Midnight" was a memorable event as the students danced under a
ceiling of sparkling, silver stars to the strains of the "Music-Makersf,
With the coming of Spring, Senior Sneak Day, and the annual Senior Assembly,
the chanters of "One-nine-five-four, whois for, welre for," moved into marching posi-
tions for Commencement.
BE EXEMPT FROM FINALS BE EXEMPT FROM FINALS
Have fitting for cap and gown
Apply for summer job
Get Tohiscan signed
BE EXEMPT FROM FINALS
See Senior Play, 'KI-Iere Comes Charlie"
Get formal for Junior Prom
Address graduation announcements
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LARRY ANDERSON-Class Activity Manager
3-43 Wildcats 3-4, President 43 Board of Control
43 Field Day Chairman 3g Basketball 2g Foot-
ball 3-43 Band 2, Pep Bandg Senior Ball King
43 Student Conference 4.
RICHARD ANDERSON-FFA 2-3-4.
MABEL BAKER--FHA 23 Junior Class Crew
33 Senior Class Crew 4.
LEWIS BITTLE-Band 2-3, Pep Band 2-3.
JO BOLIN-Pep Club 3-43 FHA 2-3, Treasurer
33 GAA 2-3-4. Treasurer 43 Tips Staff 43 Junior
Class Play 33 Yell Leader 43 Homecoming Prin-
cess 23 Student Conference 43 Drill Team 2-3-4,
Assistant Drill Leader 43 Tumbling Team 3-4.
ROGER BOND-Operetta Crew 43 Football Man-
SHARON CHASE-Class Secretary 4g Pep Club
3-4, Secretary 4g FHA 2-33 CAA 2-3-43 Assembly
Committee 23 Homecoming Princess 4.
SHIRLEY CHINN-FHA 2-3-43 GAA 2-33 Oper-
etta 4: Choir 2-3-4.
JERRY BICE-Baseball 2.
GARY BITTLE--Band 2-3-4. Assistant Band
Director 3. All State Band 3, Navy Band 3, Pep
Band 2-3-43 Senior Class Crew 43 Boxing 4.
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Crew 43 Operetta Crew 43 Baseball 2-3-43 Bas-
ketball 2-3-43 Football 2-3-4.
GARY CAMERON-Junior Class Play 33 Senior
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FELIX CASTANEDA-Wildcats 3-43 Boxing 2-4.
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Choir 3-4, Operetta 43 CAA Point Chairman 3.
DAVE DAVILLA-Wildcats 23 Track 23 Boxing
2-3-43 Choir 2.
EVANS DICK-Wildcats 2-3-43 FFA 2-3-43 Foot-
ball 2-3-4. Football Inspirational 4, All Valley 4.
BOB ELDER-Wildcats 2-3-4: FFA 23 Basket-
ball 23 Track 2-33 Football 2-3-4.
BETTY ELKINS-Choir 2-3-4, Operetta 43 Hi
Tops 3-43 Junior Class Play 33 GAA 2-3-4.
BONNIE ELKINS-CAA 3.
BOB CLARKABaseball Manager 33 Choir 4,
LILLIE CROWDER-FHA 2-33 GAA 2-33 Band
JOYCE DORN CAA 2g Choir 2-3-4, Operetta 4.
FRANCES DUKE-Pep Club 3-43 Torch 43 FHA
2-3-43 GAA 2-3-43 Tips Staff 4g Band 2-3, Pep
Band 2g Drill Team 43 Student Conference 4.
DONNA DUNCAN-Pep Club 3-43 Torch 3-4,
Secretary 43 FHA 2-3-4, Vice President 3g CAA
2-3-43 Tips Staff 43 Yell Leader 43 Student Con-
ference 43 Drill Team 2-3-4, Flag Bearer 4,
JACKIE FAUCHER-FHA 2-33 GAA 2-3-43
Board of Control 2.
BERNICE FEBUS-Pep Club 3-43 GAA 2-3-43
Board of Control 4g Choir 3-4, Vice President 3,
President 43 Operetta 4-3 Drill Team 2-3.
DARLINE FERGUSON-Pep Club 3-4, Presi-
dent 43 Torch 43 GAA 2-3-43 Tips Staff 43 Senior
Class Play Crew 43 Band 2-3, Pep Band 3.
WAYNE FRIEDRlCHfFFA 2-3-4, Sentinel 45
AL GARCIA-Senior Class Crew 45 Junior Class
Crew 35 Operetta 45 Choir 45 Boys' Quartet 4,
Hi Tops 4.
RICHARD CARNfClass Social Chairman 25
Wildcats 45 Junior Class Play 35 Senior Class
Play 45 Junior ClassJCrew 35 Baseball 2-3-45
CLAUD CRIFFITH-Class President 45 Boxing
35 Football 2-3-45 Torch 2-3-45 FFA 2-3-4, Treas-
urer 3, President 2.
GERALD CROSS-Class Secretary 2. Class
Treasurer 45 Wildcats 45 Operetta 45 Football
2-45 Choir 45 Social Chairman 4, Boys' Quartet 4.
ROZELIA HALL-GAA 2-3-45 Junior Class
Crew 35 Band 2-3-4, Pep Band 45 Majorette 2-
3-45 Tumbling Team 2-3-4.
EVA HEILMAN-Pep Club 3-4, Treasurer 45
FHA 2-3-45 CAA 2-3-4, President 45 Board of
Control 45 Tennis 35 Senior Ball Princess 45
Choir 2-35 Drill Team 2-3-45 Tumbling Team
ELEANOR HEIT-Class Secretary 35 Pep Club
3-4, Treasurer 45 FHA 2-3-45 GAA 2-3-45 Tips
Staff 45 Choir 35 Drill Team 2-3-4, Leader 4.
DEAN HILL-Wildcats 3-45 Senior Class Play
45 Basketball 2-3-45 Track 3.
RUBY CONSALEZ-Operetta 45 Baseball 25
Basketball 2-45 Football 2-3-45 Choir 2-4.
BERNICE GREEN-CAA 2-3-45 FHA 2-45 jun.
lor Class Play 35 Operetta 45 Choir 2-3-4.
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LEE HANSEN-Class President 2: Wildcats 45
Torch 2-3-4. Treasurer 45 Board of Control 2-4,
Treasurer 45 Assembly Committee 35 Baseball
2-3-45 Basketball 2-3-45 Band 2.
ROMONA HARBAUGH-FHA 45 CAA 2-3-45
Annual Staff 2-3.
HAZEL HEATHER-Pep Club 3-45 Torch 45
FHA 2-3-45 GAA 2-3-45 Senior Class Play 45
Operetta 45 Band 2-3-45 Choir 2-3-45 Northwest
JERRY IDE-4Wilclcats 3-43 Tips Staff 3-43
Senior Class Play 43 Junior Class Crew 33 Box-
ing 2-3-43 Band 2-3-43 Property Crew3 Pep Band
3-43 Debate I.
EMIL JOHNSON!-Social Committee 23 A.S.B.
PATTY KNlGHT+Pep Club 3-43 FHA 2-3-43
CAA 2-3-43 Tips Staff 3-4, Society Editor 43 Op-
eretta 43 Tennis 2-3-43 Band 2-3-4, Pep Band
3-43 Majorette 2-3-43 Choir 343 Tumbling Team
2-3-43 Hi Tops 3-43 FHA reporter.
LUPE LEON-GAA 2-3-45
MARY BELLE LOBDELL-FHA 2-3-43 CAA
2-33 Operetta 43 Choir 2-3-4.
DELORES HOLM-Pep Club 3-4, President 43
Torch 3-4. Vice President 43 FHA 33 GAA 2-3-43
Tips Staff 43 Board of Control 43 Junior Class
Play 33 Senior Class Play 43 Band 2-3-4, Pep
Band 3-43 Student Conference 43 Girls' State 33
KAY HUBERT-FHA 2-3-43 CAA 2-3-43 Tips
Staff 3-4, Circulation 43 Tennis 2-3-43 Band 2-
DONNA HUNT-FHA 43 GAA 4.
WALLY JOHNSON-Senior Class Crew 43 Sen-
ior Ball General Cl1airman3 Football 2-3-43 Track
MERLIN JONES-Band 2-4, Pep Band 2-4.
DON KlSSLERgFFA 2-3-4, Vice President 33
Parliamentarian Team 2-3-4.
DOLLY LORTONvPep Club 3-4. Demerit Chair
man 43 FHA 2-3-4, President 43 GAA 2-3-43 Tips
Staff 2-3-43 A.S.B. Activity Manager, Assembly
Committee 3-4, Senior Class Play 43 Junior Class
Play 33 Operetta 43 Choir 2-3-43 Drill Team
RUSSEL MCBAIN-Track 2.
WAYNE MCDONALD-Senior Class Play 4
Junior Class Play 33 Operetta 43 Football 3
Choir 4, Boys' Quartet 43 Student Director 4
Hi Tops 4.
TOMMY MCMAHON-Class Vice President 4g
FFA 2-3, Secretary 3g Tips Staff 2-3, Business
Manager 4,3 Board of Control 43 Football 43 De-
ESTHER MACIAS-Pep Club 3' FHA 3-4'
GAA 2-3-4, Point Committee Chairman 4' Drill
Team 3-43 Tumbling Team 2-3-4.
NORMA MAYFIELD-GAA 23 Operetta 4g
VONNE MORRIS-FHA 2-3-43 CAA 23-43
.IOE MORRISON-Wildcats 2-3-4, Vice Presi-
dent 3, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4g Class President
33 A.S.B. President 4, Social Committee 2-33
Juni mr Class Play 33 Operetta 43 Baseball 3-43
Football 2-3-43 Band 2-33 Football Captain 43
Choir 4g Boys' Quartet 4.
VIRGINIA MOSER-GAA 2-31 Band 2-3.
DALE OCKER-Band 2-3-4. Pep Band 3-4. Drill
Team Drummer 4.
BARBARA OWENSfClass Treasurer 2, Class
Social Chairman 3g Pep Club 3-43 FHA 2-3-4,
Songleader 2, Secretary 3, Parliamentarian 43
CAA 2-3-4, 'Treasurer 33 Annual Staff Business
Manager 43 Tips Staff 43 Social Committee 33
General Chairmanflunior Prom 33 Tennis 2-3-43
Band 2-3-4. Librarian 43 Yell Leader 43 Majorette
3-43 Student Conference 3-4.
RICHARD MEYER-Wildcats 2-3-43 Torch 3,
Treasurer 4g Tips Staff 2, Page Editor 3-43 .lun-
ior Class Crew 33 Track 2-3, Manager Track 23
Manager Football 2-3.
HELEN MILLER-FHA 43 GAA 43 Operetta 43
Choir 43 Hi Tops 4.
DALE MYERS-Wildcats 3-43 Baseball 3-43
Basketball 3-43 Football 2-3-43 Baseball Man-
DONNA ROBERTS-Pep Club 3-4, Social Chair-
man 43 FHA 2-3, Social Chairman 3g CAA 2-3-
43 Social Committee 3-43 Senior Class Crew 43
Operetta 43 Choir 43 Drill Team 3-4.
DOYLE ROLISON-FFA 2-3: Baseball 2-3.
HAZEL PHILLIPS-FHA 3-43 CAA 2-3-43 Band
2-33 Pep Band 2-3.
PAT PUNCH-Pep Club 3-43 Torch 2-3-4, Sec-
retary 43 FHA 2-3-4, Parliamentarian 33 GAA
2-3-43 Tips Staff 3. Editor 43 Board of Control
3-43 Junior Class Play 33 Senior Class Play 43
Band 2-3-4, Librarian 2-43 Drum Majorette 2-3-43
Student Conference 4.
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JOHN SAUER--Torch 3-43 FFA 2-3, Vice Pres-
ident 4, Secretary 43 Social Committee 43 FFA
Judging Team and Parliamentary Team.
JACK SCHLOSS-Wildcats 3-43 Senior Class
Crew 4g Junior Class Crew 33 Operetta Crew 43
Track 23 Football 2-3-4.
VIRGINIA SCRIVNER--GAA 2-33 Choir 23
Homecoming Queen 4.
MARILENE SHEARER-Pep Club 3-43 Torch
3-4, President 43 FHA 3-4, Treasurer 4g GAA
2-3-43 Tips Staff 3-43 ASB Secretary 43 Board
of Control 3-43 Senior Ball Queen 43 Tumbling
Team 2-3-43 Choir 33 Pep Club Demerit Com-
mittee 33 Debate 2.
JOAN SOVA-Torch 3-43 FHA 2-3-43 GAA 2-3-
43 Tips Staff 3-43 FHA Reporter3 Junior Class
RUTH STOY-Pep Club 3-43 GAA 2-3-43 Junior
Class Crew 3g Senior Class Play 4g Tennis 23
Drill Team 2-3.
MARLENE ST. MARS-Transfer from Granger
3. Torch 33 FHA 33 GAA 33 Annual Staff Busi-
SHlRLEY SULLIVAN-Class Treasurer 33 Pep
Club 3-43 Torch 2-3-43 GAA 2-3-43 Annual Staff
Editor 43 Board of Control 3-4, Vice President
33 Social Committee 4, Assembly Committee 4g
Senior Class Play 43 Band 2-3-4, Vice President
4g Pep Band 3g Majorette 2-3-42 Student Con-
ference 3-43 Valedictorian 4.
LOY SUTTON-Torch 3-4, Vice President 43
Senior Class Crew 43 Junior Class Play 33 Base-
ball 2-3-43 Band 2-3-4, Librarian 2, Pep Band
3-43 Band Drill Master 43 Basketball 2.
SUSIE TELLES-GAA 2-3-41 FHA 2-3-4.
GRAHAM TOLLEFSON-Class Vice President
33 Torch 3, President 43 Board of Control 43
Operetta 4g Basketball 2-3-43 Football 4-3 Band
2-3-4, President 4g Librarian 2-33 Northwest Or-
chestra 33 Choir 4.
FAY WELLS-GAA 2-3-43 Band 2-3.
BETTY WENTZ-Pep Club 3-4, Secretary 4g
FHA 23 GAA 2-3-43 Operetta 4g Choir 3-43 Drill
BETTY WISWALL-Transfer from Moscow, lda-
ho 33 FHA 2-3-4, Secretary 33 GAA 2-3-4, Vice
President 2, President 33 Operetta 2'3Q Senior
Ball Princess 43 Girls' State 3g Choir 2-33 Dele-
gate National FHA Conventiong Class Treasur-
Not pictured RODNEY DUTCHER
CHARLOTTE YATES-FHA 4g GAA 4.
CLYDE YAHN-Social Chairman Senior Class
43 Wildcats 4g FFA 2-3-4: Social Committee 43
Track 2-3-43 Football 4.
DOROTHY ZIER-Choir 2-3-43 GAA 2-3-43
Not pictured: RODNEY DUTCHER
A big year for the Junior Class was
1953-541-. ln work and fun they were led
by President Bob Lybyer, Vice President
Alan Regimbal. Secretary Nellie Punch,
Treasurer Joe Fernandez, Activity Man-
ager Nick Jewett. and Social Chairman
Jerry Ingram. The class advisors who
helped make the yearis success possible
were Mr. Cook and Mr. Fink.
The year got under way with the
selling of raffle tickets for a sweater and
a turkey. Noon movies, two dances
sponsored by the class, and other sources
brought in a nice sum for the treasury.
A group of Juniors were present at
the College Conference giving aid as
ushers. Members of the class attended
the F.H.A. and F.F.A. conferences. Oh,
yes! Those Juniors were just every-
where contributing their share to a year
The main events of the year were the
Junior Play and the Junior-Senior
Prom. Both will be covered in the sup-
Kneeling: Joe Fernandez, Nick Jewett, Jerry
Ingram, Alan Regimbal. Standing: Mr. Cook,
Mr. Fink, Nellie Punch, Bob Lybyer.
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Darold Duncan. Second row: Yern Fauth, Edith Febus, Joe Fernandez,
David French, Jack Garcia. Third row: Frances Gardea, Paul Gasco, Dor-
othy Gordon, Sharon Griffith, Ed Griswold.
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candy, apples, and pop at
all home games . . . Christ-
mas holly sales helped . . .
b o y s washed cars a n d
pushed one in the Home-
coming parade . . .two
dances supplied fun after
lots of work.
First row: L. Angiano. F. Arens, M. Arens. D. Bangs. R. Barth-tt. A. llarnfield,
R. Barnett. D. Bittle. J. Boob, Serond row: J. Hradish. B. Brown, C. Brown,
M. Burkhardt, E. Burns. B. Brown. J. Carlton. M. Case, A. Chandler. Third
row: G. Chandler. J. Chase. P. Christal, R. Clark. L. Colmb. H. Corbett,
L. Davis, V. Davis, D. Davila.
First row: C. Derry, I. Dodd. V. Dorn, J. Duran, L. Edwards. H. Ervin.
S. Faucher, H. Fc-bus, R. Ferhrache. Serond row: C. Figgins. F. Fuoco,
F. Garcia. E. George, H. Coheen. M. Goodwin, R. Clossa-n, M. Crf-en. S.
Guevara. Third row: J. Hargraves, D. Heilman. R. Heilman. L. Henle. B. Hert.
G. Hettich. E. Higgins, D. Hill.
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First row: J. Hill, J. Hinehey, G. Hoosier. C. Huylar, L. Huylar, L. Hyatt,
N. Johnson, R. Johnson, T. Kearns. Serond row: M. Kirkpatrick, R. Kincaid,
M. Lavell. K. Laey, W. Lelllane, M. Leikam, W. Leikam, W. Lenhardt, S.
Long. Third row: M. Mcliain, L. McCord, J. Meagher, E. Mears, L. Mesecher,
W. Meyer, J. Morrison, K. Mosebar.
Advisor Mr. Schell, President C. Tollefson, Advisor Miss
Ross, Vive President A. Sutton, Secretary M. Shequin. Not
pictured: Treasurer D. Bittle.
First row: E. smith. L. Snider, J. St. Mars, R. Staub, L, Stout, M. Stump,
P. Stump, A. Sutton, J. Swisher. Second row: K. Tackett, D. Thetford, R.
Thomas, R. Trujillo, S. Van Cleave. E. Van Plake, M. Wagerman, C. Walters,
M. Walters. Third row: D. Ward, R. Weeks, T, Wentz, C. Whitaker, P. White,
B. Whitefoot, B. Wiswall, E. Wood, B. Wycoff.
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Parlier, A. Pinkham. Second row: D. Pomcrinke, R. Qualls, J. Rarick, M. Rodriquez, H. Ross,
D. Runyan, L. Sak, J. Sauer, S. Schademan. Third row: E. Schmella, B. Schott, R. Seahrands,
S. Seely, M. Shequin, Lila Simmons, Linda Simmons. D. Smith, E. Smith.
1. C. Yahn and G. Bogart at Wildcat Smoker. 2. T. McMahon, working hard? 3. Girls at tumbling
practice are E. Hellman and M. Shearer. 4. Mrs. Dutcher and Miss Finch laughing. A joke, huh?
5. Senior girls work on Homecoming float. 6. R. Friedrich, C. Walters. D. Bangs, A. Chandler
heading for school. 7. J. Mestmacher, B. Booth, G. Tollcfson talking with good old Mr. Hilton.
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....u from the
ul Idaho and received
... M.S. degree in agriculture.
Mr. Jake Schell, the last senior
high teacher, isn't extctly new be-
cause he taught here two years
ago being recalled to Fort Bliss,
Texas, and then to Koreo. Mr.
Schell is out football coach and
also teaches driver education.
There are three new junior high
teachers this year. They are Mrs.
Lisk who last taught at Nampa,
ldahog Mrs. Cheney who graduated
from "Good 'old Top-Hi" in 1945",
and Mr. Ronco, a University of
Griffith Pilots Srs.
Holding the gavel for the senior
class this year is Claud Griffith.
Assisitng is Tom McMahon. Taka
ing minutes is Sharon Chase while
Gerald Gross keeps track of the
income. Keeping the class jump-
ping is Activity Manager Larry
Anderson. After Joyce Cooper
left Top-Hi, Clyde Yahn took over
the duties of the social chairman.
Even this early in the year
minds are directed towards June
and graduation. Robes have been
voted on with white the choice of
the girls and blue for the boys.
In Mr. Hilton's office is a box
where suggestions may be drop-
ped for a class motto and flower.
The class has .chosen blue and
votums vi TOPPENISH, wAsHmcToN, ocrosea la, 1953
A -..ation for an active
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...e Advisor 31455
- seme- MR. WOODWORTH resi-
-..ng the noon hours t d
tivity period and sometir Editor c et
after school, you could s PAT PUNCH :fir
girls marching up and d
field with Eleanor Heit, ieaoer, on, mis yea, nm.,
giving the commands. You can er year money is n. aken
often see James Ivy out there with some of you bought mm'
them with his trusty drum. one of the footbai d,0f'
Also this year the flagbearer is money tif there is NM'
Donna Duncan and the assistant mean the differenq ntfa'
drill leader is Jody Bolin. padded cover or a team
Three individuals that are prov- our annual, It is ho
ing to be pretty peppy and active will be enough mom: float
are Jody Bolin, Donna Duncan,
and Barbara Owens, cheerleaders.
They are doing a splendid job
and if they keep it up they'll have
Homecoming, October 16, will
see the Toppenish Wildcats vs.
the Highland Scotties.
Queen Virginia Scrivner and
her royal court, Senior Princess
Sharon Chase, Junior Princess
Carol Hadley, Sophomore Princess
Alair Sutton, and Freshman Prin-
cess Katherine Pettit, will rule
over the Toppenish Homecoming
paradefgame and dance.
The parade will consist of nu-
merous floats. Pep club, FHA,
GAA, FFA, Choir, Band, Drill
Team, Top-Hi Tips, Senior, Junior
Sophomore, Wildcats, and Gi 39.
of Toppenish will. have floats
y aua ca any
plement, as there was two years
Seniors beware! Soon you will
have your pictures taken, so, boys,
let's not have a beard growing
New Lights for Band
The Top-Hi band has been per-
forming during the half time at
the past three football games.
You can find these energetic kids
any Thursday night practicing for
The band this year is trying out
3 new exneriment with the use nf
First row: D. Lorton,
J. Ide, D. Duncan.
for Homecoming, Jack Schloss
was chosen as float chairman, as-
sisted by Ed Buckingham and
The next projects that will be
taken up are a dance and two
boxing events after -the comple-
tion of the football season.
A few more coming events will
be the annual Field Day project
and the organization of intramural
Scrivner Wins Again
Tn the .Tuninr hracket. James
J. Donnelly, V. Schmella, M.
Shearer, D. Holm, J. Scallcy, C. Silvers, D. Hill, K.
Hubert, P. Knight. Second row: J. Sova, B. Owens,
D. Duncan, E. Heit, F. Duke, J. Layman, N. Punch
H. Coheen, A. Barnfield. Third row: J. Hubert
T. McMahon, J. Thomas, R. Correa, G. Chamberlain
has been invited to perform at El- IJames Garcia, .lim Ide, Gail Zable,
lensbursr fnt- tho CWOP I-lm-nu-nm. A-mil rr.-bmlvna.. .-.a r........ 1-,.-:..
You could see this lively group
of girls cheering at all football and
basketball games. illm there. too.
right behind the seore boarcl.l
Led by their Aclvisor lVlrs. Bar-
bara Carlile. Pepsockgnt Dee Holm.
Scribbler Sharon Chase. and
,lingler Eva Heilman. this organi-
zation was one of the most active
groups at Top-Hi.
The Pep Club was busy spon-
soring rooter buses. clanees. and
assemblies. They also hacl a float
in the Homecoming parade. 'Then
The clemerit Committee was
heafled by competent Dolly Lor-
The main purpose of the Pep
Club is to foster school spirit.
First row: S. Griffith. P, Bangs. .l. Patnode A LeRoue NI Nelson A
Melton. Second row: M. Pettit. B. Wentz. J Nherwood C qilverc P
Punch. F. Duke. E. Ht-it. Third rozc: J. Se llc J La mai S Cha
D. Roberts. S. Cunnyon. ,l. Donnelly. C. H14
First row: S. Sullivan. D. Duncan. li. Owens. .l. Dolin. P. Knight. S.
Telles. Seronri row: B. Rasmussen. H. Heather. E. Heilman. N. Punch.
J. Beak, B. Febus. D. Ferguson. Third row: D. Lorton. D. Holm. ll.
Shearer. D. Ashlock. J. Mellliean. V. Sehmella, R. Stoy.
Arlvisorflll RF. CARLI LE
First row: K. Burns, G. Bogart, E. Buckingham, F. Castaneda, T. Clark,
J. Fernandez, C. Griffith. Second row: G. Cross, B. Hert,, D. Hill, J.
Hubert, J. Ide, J. Ingram, B. Lybyer. Third row: R. Meyer, D. Myers,
J. Morrison, G. Patton, A. Regimbal, J. Schloss, B. Trujillo, C. Yahn.
The Wildcats are a very vigorous and
active club. Officers for the year were
President Larry Anderson, Vice Presi-
dent Bob Lybyer, Secretary-Treasurer
Joe Morrison, and Sergeant-at-Arms
Claude Griffith. They sponsored the
intramural program of football, basket-
ball, and baseball. A trophy was award-
ed to the winning teams.
Alan Regimbal was elected as field
day chairman. The day was well or-
Two initiations were conducted dur-
ing the year to take in new members fon
the year of 1953-54.
Top row: E. Hf-ilman, D. Beaudry, D.
Ashlock, J. Beak, J. Seabrands, S. Grif-
fith. J. Scalley, D. Lorton.
Dr ill Team
As I ran in and out of the
straight lines of drill team mem-
bers, I felt pretty proud of them,
for they always took part in en-
tertainment at the parades, foot-
ball and basketball games. The
members were under the direction
of Mrs. Barbara Carlile. The stu-
dent leaders were: Drill Leader
Eleanor Heit, Assistant Drill
Leader Jo Bolin, and Flag Bearer
The drill team appeared at four
home football games and four
home basketball games. They also
participated in the Homecoming
parade and the Wapato parade.
Yes sir! I saw the girls prac-
ticing and practicing, then I
proudly watched them perform in
a manner that would make any
mouse stand up and clap.
Second row: Flag Bearer D. Duncan.
Drummers J. Ivy, D. Ocker, Leader E.
First row: A. Melton, D. Gordon.
Front row: C. Hadley, M. Shequin.
Drill Team Leader, Eleanor Heit,
G.A.A. and Drill Team Advisor Mrs.
Barbara Carlile, G.A.A. President Eva
Third row: D. Heilman, C. Huylar, H.
Febus, P. Bangs, N. Punch, M. Garcia,
R. Ledford, F. Duke.
G.A.A. ACROSS THE WAY
First row: V. Schmella, J. Sherwood,
M. Shearer, L. Simmons, L. Simmons,
E. Schmella, L. Stout, M. Burkhardt
K. Tackett. E. Taft, R. Trujillo, M.
Stage, S. Telles. Second row: B. Wis-
wall, B. Wiswall, B. Wentz, S. Chase,
C. Yates, B. Elkins, R. Hall, H.
Heather, V. Morris, M. Walters, V.
Smith, M. McBain, S. Smith, P. White.
First row: N. Punch, M. Pettit, G.
Pinkham, J. Patnode, J. Rodriguez, M.
Rodriguez, D. Roberts, J. Rarich, A.
Sutton, E. Smith, S. Schademan, M.
Shequin, J. St. Mars. Second row: V
Davis, V. Speedis, V. Speer, M. Salinas
J. Seabrands, J. Sova, S. Sullivan, R.
Stoy, F. Wells, S. Ross, D. Zier, S.
Griffith, J. Scalley, C. Silvers.
G.A.A.,S big events were:
G.A.A. carnival . . . Baked potato
banquet . . . noon tournaments
. . . Dances after games . . .
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First row: B. Albright, D. Bartlett, J. Ballard, B. Brown, R. Bartlett,
E. Dick, A. Degenhart, F. Fuoco. Second row: D. French, K. Faulkner,
D. Crubenhoff, R. Holmes, E. Higgins, D. Henry, K. Hyatt, J. Ingram
R Kincaid Thrid row' D Kissler W Lenhardt L Little, B. Lewis
R Leonard K Nelson L Noonan H Ough D Qualls, D. Rasberry
Fourth row K Rowe Jerry Bauer M Stump P Stump, B. Schott
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Future Farmers of America
Mr. Wiswall, President Joe Fernandez, and Mr.
OFFICERS-President, Joe Fernandezg Vice Presi-
dent, Jerry Ingramg Secretary, John Sauerg Treas-
urer, Larry Littleg Reporter, Ralph Holmes, Sen-
tinel, Evans Dickg Advisors, Mr. Wiswall and Mr.
The F.F.A. had one of their busiest years.
Many of their activities included: Educational
booth at Fair . . . entered livestock judging
team at Yakima, Puyallup, and Pullman . . .
initiated new greenhand members . . . held
chapter farmer initiation . . . entered float
in Homecoming parade . . . delegate sent to
Kansas City National Convention . . . put
on two radio programs over KYAK . . .
Basketball games with valley teams . . . Hay-
ride . . . Parliamentary procedure team to
district contest . . . Skating party . . . Barn
dance . . . Parent and Son Banquet . . . F.F.A.
project tour . . .Toppenish Junior Livestock
show . . . F.H.A. and F2H.A. picnic.
Future Homemakers of America
0l"l7lCl2RS--Prcsidvnt, Dolly Lortung Vicc Prcsidcnt. Vir-
ginia Sclnnclla: Secrvtary. Ncllic Punch: Trcasurcr. Mari-
flnat . . . rcgional mccting at Richland . . . l7.H..rK.
radio program ovcr KYAK. showcasc display, lmirthday
lvnt- Shi-art-r: Soiiglmulw. .lunc Fcalirandsg Historian. Ella Party. and family surprisc day . . . Christmas f'Xf'llUU5ll
Mat- Smith: Parliatncntarian. Pat Punchg Ncws Rcportcr, . . . sponsored aftcr-gxuiiic dancv . . . pot-luck dinnvr . .
,Ioan Soya: Advisors. Miss YVhitrnort- and Mrs. Aaron. assctnhly' . . . spvakf-r on lvatlcrship training: . . . dcmon
EVIZNTS OF THF: YEAR,.,H.,1,,, pimic A U I Third prize stration day . . . installation of oificcrs for ncxt ycar.
Picture one-First row: P. Arcns. A. Barnfit-ld. J. Booh. M. Burkhart, .l
Chaser. P. Christzil. J. Carlton. l.. Cohh. Scrnnzf rout' lictty Ervin. S. Fauclicr
H. Cohccn. S. Cue-vara. R. Hcilnian. J. Hinchcy. M. Laccll. P. Wlliitc. lf
0'Kccfc. Third row: J. Rarick. E. Smith. S. Smith. l.. Stout. L. Snidcr. F
Sclnnm-lla. A. Sutton, K. Tacke-tt. S. Van Clcavv. Fourth row: B. Wiswall. M
Wagm'ni1iai1. R. Johnson. M. Goodwin, R. Trujillo. H. Corbett. .l. Morrison
B. Whitc-foot, D. Ashlnck, P. Drown. Fifth row: R. Brown. L. Colwash. ll.
Clark. N. Dale, E. Fchus. S. Griffith. J. Layman. E. Le'Rock. ll. Nlauch. M.
Murray. Sixth row: J. Patnodc. N. Punch. C. Pinkham. V. Speer, J. Wood. C.
Picture two---First row: I.. Bradcr. D. Bender. S. Wyckoff, S. Smith, M.
Rivard. C. Bittlc. B. Higgins. M. Filer, V. Weippcrt. Second raw: K. Pettit,
S. Hardy. M. Brooks, P. McCoy. D. Owe-ns. D. Rishor, T. Walls, B. Mc-
Phruson. D. Dc-audry. M. Schnie-lla. Third row: C. Criswald. D. Walker, P.
Austin. P. Cordon, A. Bos. R. Sak. A. Soto, M. Burkhart, J. Deo. B. Wcrtcn-
hergt-r. Fourth row: P. O'Rcar. M. Cobh, C. Harvey. D. Kraft. C. Holm. B.
Olson. S. Lcak. I.. Pctcrson. P. Lorton. D. Punch. Fifth row: S. Chinn,' F.
Dukc, S. Tclh-sa. M. Harhangh. E. Hcilnian. E, Hcit, D. Hunt. P, Knights.
Miller, B. Owens. Sixth row: H. Phillips, P. Punch, M. Salinas, M. Shearer.
J. Sova. B. Wiswall, B. Dalc, E. Macias, D. Duncan. V. Morris.
Presiderzl -DOLLY LORTON
Xiatvrs, 'Nliss Wliilinort- and Mrs.
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Bottom row: N. Punch, S. Sullivan, D. Holm, J. Sova, M. Shearer, P. Punch, D. Ferguson, F.
Duke, H. Heather, D. Duncan. Top row: V. Schmella, M. Murray, L. Sutton, L. Hansen, C. Grif-
fith, J. Sauer, R. Meyer, C. Silvers, J. Sherwood.
Torch officers for the year were: first semester: President Graham Tollefson, Vice
President Delores Holm, Secretary Donna Duncan, and Treasurer Richard Meyer.
Second semester, President Marilene Shearer, Vice President Loy Sutton, Secretary
Pat Punch, and Treasurer Lee Hansen.
New members Darline Ferguson, Hazel Heather, and Frances Duke were inducted
at an evening ceremony. After second semester the Society had their annual banquet
at which several more new members were inducted.
The Torch Society was active in many activities promoting scholarship, leadership,
character, and service.
1. Entire cast of 'lHere
Comes Charlie." J. Ide,
R. Carn, W. McDon-
ald, R. Stoy, D. Holm,
D. Lorton, H. Heather,
D. Hill, P. Punch, G.
Cameron. 2. Director
Mr. Masciotra. 3. W.
McDonald and G.
Cameron waiting for
cues. 4. S. Sullivan,
"Charlie" for Junior
Hi matinee. 5. Mr.
funny? 6. D. Lorton
listens while H. Heath-
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Down ln the Valley
7. Director Mr. Eugene Fink 8 Singing
leads and speakers were sitting G Het
tich, A. Garcia, B Orozco J Morrison J
Baker, C. Cross, G Chamberlain Stand
ing: Pianist E. Schmella P Knight D
Hinzman, N. Cooper W McDonald
The Folk Opera por-
trayed the story of
Brack Weaver and Jen-
It was presented
Singing their way through a year of harmony, the choir members elected Bernice
Febus as their president for the year. Assisting her was Vice President Dorothy Zier.
Secretary Delma Ashlock. Treasurer Joe Morrison. Librarian Hazel Heather. Social
Chairman Gerald Gross, Assembly Chairman Bob Orozco. and Reporter Patty
Knight. During the year the choir sang at many events. lt boasts two outstanding
groupsi a girls' sextet and Hi-Tops.
Picture one-First row: R. Mcliiain,
5. Cue-vara. R. Se-almrands, C. Hettick
J. Nlorrison. C. Cross. J. Duran. C.
Bogart. Seeonfl row: J. Thomas. B
Clark. A. Garcia. D. Rawlings. B. Oroz-
co. J. Baker. Third row: C. Chamberlin
C. Whitaker. W. McDonald. C. Tollcf-
son. D. Duncan. R. Gonzales.
l'ir'1ure Iwo fI,HgP 402-First row: R.
l.r-clforcl. li. Elkins. H. Miller, J. Beak,
H. Heath:-r. C. Hadley. E. Mears. D.
Ashlock. N. Punch. Nl. Ochs. E.
Sclimf-lla. Second row: E. Fc-bus, J.
Dorn. li. Dale. P. Knight. li. Fellus. K.
l.ac'y. J. Sealmramls. F. Arens. M. l.oli-
:Ii-ll. S. Chinn. Nl. Nelson. J. Rarick.
S. Griffith. Thirrl row: ll. Green. li. El-
kins. D. fier. D. Rolwrts. D. l.orton.
S. Cunnyon. C. lluylar. N. Cooper. D.
Hinzman. li. Wentz. J. Hinchi-y. Not
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Displaying brilliant, new hat and foot lights. the band was highly entertaining at
home football games. Their clever routines led by Drum Majorette Pat Punch were
creditable to such a well-disciplined band.
Band officers for this year were President Graham Tollefson, Vice President Shirley
Sullivan, Secretary Marybelle Pettit, Librarians Barbara Owens. Pat Punch. and
Kneeling: Mary Lacell. Patty
Knight. Shirley Sullivan.
Standing: Rozelia Hall, Har-
bara Owens, Karen Mosebar,
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l'if'turc one- 'First row: Bogart. Thom-
as. Heilinan. Trujillo. Bowles. Wells.
Simmons. liarnfield. Hittle. Second
row: Nic-Mic-an. Rodriguez, Smith.
Parlicr. Spcnccr. Hardy. Layman.
Third row: Jewe-tt. Sutton. Speedis,
Macias. Toll:-fson. lde. McCarger.
Fourth row: Thalhcimer, Kukes, Lay-
man. Ocker. Ivy. Hubert, Fendell,
Punch. Leak. Silvers.
Picture tivo- 'First row: Mr. Tollefson,
Goh:-cn. Heather. Fernandez. McPher-
son, Olson. Owens. Mosc-bar. Punch,
Rivard. l,1-ming. Pcttit. Second row:
Hardy. ldv. Johnson. livaudry. Murray,
Bond. ldchtefnlwrg. Brooks, Lacell,
Cobb. Long. Knight. Third row: Lay-
man. Hill. Holm. johnson. Thetford,
Jmma-s. Van Zwol. Hubert, McNall. May-
fif-ld. lla-orgy-. Donnelly. Holm. Fourth
row: Garcia. lfauchm-r. Carlton. Cobb,
Smith. Hall. Sullivan. Sutton, Thomas,
Cary Lee Tollefson leading the
The Pep Band playing at the
ln the spring. the hand once again donned their
marching shoes and displayed their talent both at home
and away. The spring trips to Wenatchee and Spokane
were an interesting experience to those new in the band.
An annual event, the hand provided the music for bac-
calaureate and graduation. Much credit and appreciation
goes to lVlr. Tollefson for producing such a fine band
Presiden t-C RAHAM TOLLEFSON
On this page you will find my notebook on the events of the Tohiscan Staff, led
by Editor Shirley Sullivan and Advisor Miss Lorna Finch I thought it was reall
clever of the staff to have me in the yearbook this year. I've had so much fun with
them, reading their notes and hearing their plans.
The staff was busy during the year making and selling banners at the football
games, getting ads for the Tohiscan, taking pictures, and writing copy. But even
with all this work, they had time for fun, like the trip they took to Seattle on
Thanksgiving week-end and the ski trip to Ellensburg in February.
Spring events included a Staff banquet and the distribution assembly where new
members were announced and pins were awarded.
First row: Beverly Rasmus-
sen, Jackie Donnelly, Judy
Scalley, Barbara Owens, Jo-
anne Layman. Second row:
Milton Case, Eddie Johnson,
Lennie Sak, Larry Edwards,
TABLE OF CONTENTS
YELL LEADERS and COACHES ,......,.... 55
FOOTBALL SENIOBS ................................ 55
' FOOTBALL SQUAD ....................,.....,.,.,..... 57
FOOTBALL ACTION .....,,.,,.,..,....,............ 58
BASKETBALL FIRST SQUAD, MC. ........ 59
, HB" SQUAD and SCHEDULE .,.......,.,........ so
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Top row: C. Whitaker, D. French, J. Ingram, L. McCord, B. Lybyer, H. Thomas, R. Clark,
E. Van Plake. Bottom row: A. Regimbal, D. Thetford, P. Stump, B. Trujillo, R. McCargar,
M. Corpuz, M. Stump, T. Wentz.
HETTICH and W. MEYER
Top-Hi .. ......, ,.... , ,
Ellensburg ......,, ....,..
Clelflum .. ....., ,,.... .
Top-Hi .,,,, .,
I wore my lightweight sweater to most of the games. Coaches Schell, Cook, and
Mirosh thought the trip to Mt. Vernon was worth it when they saw our 12-6 victory
score. I crawled under the bleachers when we lost to Ellensburg 20-0. The Grand-
view game put Lybyer and Yahn in the limping section. They were lucky they didn't
have four legs like us mice. Also on the injured list were Gross, a leg injury, Elder
and Whitaker, arm injuries.
At the Homecoming game I rode with the queen and her court on the field and
perched on Pat Punch's hat and had a good view of the band marching in the dark
with lights on their hats and shoes. The Wildcats and l teamed up to hold the High-
land Scotties to a 0-0 tie.
The game that brought the biggest thrills for the players and me was the Marquette
game, 20-13, Top-Hi's favor.
At the annual game with Wapato, the cold and grey weather didn't dampen the
spirits of the rooters and me. The day included Ruby Gonsalez's crash into the line
marker, Mr. Comer. Final score: Wapato 13, Top-Hi 7, and Comer 6 stitches. Jerry
Ingram got stepped on and also had three stitches taken in his face. Evans Dick made
All-Valley guard this yearg Bob Lybyer, All-Valley fullback on the second team,
Alan Reginbal and Joe Morrison received an honorable mention.
Naches .,.. .,,,s., 1 9
Top-Hi ....... 0
Highland ....... 0
Top-Hi ..,,,.. 0
Selah ...... ..,,,, 6
Top-Hi .,...,. ,.,,,, 1 4
Wapato ..... 13 Marquette .ss., ,,,, , , 13
Top-H1 ..... ..... 7 Top-Hi -,r,s,, ,.,,,, 2 0
D. HILL L. C. DAVIS G. TOLLEFSON D. MYERS GENE TOLLEFSON
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B. OROZCO L. HANSEN T. CLARK E. BUCKINGHAM R. GARN
Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard
First row: L. McCord, E. Johnson, E. M R. Th M L 'k '
J. Meagher, L. Huylar, L. Noonan, B. Iiilliyiir, D. Siiiililiii i el am, A. Schneider' Second ww:
When Score Won Opponent When
133- gig-jg Selah Grandview 181.30 35355 C,a,,,,lY2,2
' ' Hlghland Selah Feb. 5 46.61 V Selah
Jan-15 44-54 cle Elum Highland Feb. 6 40.55 hland
Jan. 16 42-49 Prosser Cle Elum Feb. 12 43,36 Cl gEl
Ja"'20 33-41 Marquette Prosser Feb, 13 38-56 EP um
'lan'22 54-74 Naches Naches Feb. 19 55.59 Nmslier
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Top-Hi basketball teams were coached by Otis uRook,' Hilton and Everett Cook.
At the first of the year Hilton's five starters were: Graham Tollefson, Bob Orozco,
Ruby Gonsalez, Tony Clark and Larry Barrientos. These boys showed much improve-
ment against the back board as they teamed up together to beat Zillah 39-35.
Sophomores Gene Tollefson, Jim Meagher, Ron Thomas, L. C. Davis, and junior
Eddie Johnson showed their talent playing on the "B" squad, and were later moved up
to the "A" squad.
Naches and Marquette defeated Toppenish by close margins. Graham Tollefson,
a 6' 3" senior, kept the Wildcats in the game by racking up many points, and snatch-
ing a lot of the rebounds.
Coaches Hilton and Cook will be looking forward to a good season next year with
the return of the sophomores and juniors.
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Top-Hi vs. Grandview ....4.LL.. ............... 7 5 Top-Hi vs. Prosser ........ ...,........ 6 7
Top-Hi vs. Cle Elum ...... ...,...... 7 2 Top-Hi 'vs. Cle Blum .,...... ......... 7 2
Top-Hi vs. Grandview ...... ...... 7 3 Top-Hi vs. Sunnyside ........ ......... 5 5
Top-Hi vs. Sunnyside .....,........................................ 4 7
Boxing for Toppenish in 1954 was, exceptionally good. The boys as a team and as
individuals fought their way through a very successful year. As the season ended the
final score for each boy was:
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Gary Bittle ....
'Keith Burns ......
'Bill Trujillo .......
'Jerry lde ...............
'Sammy Guevara .......
'Dave Davila ...........
'Larry Little ..............
'Felix Castaneda ...,..
'Tony Wentz ..........
Fred Ike ......
James Garcia ..
Jerry Ingram ,,......
Coach Phil Mirosh considered these boys a fine bunch to help and work with. The
squad will lose only four of the boys for next year. With the fighting spirit shown
by the squad this year, another good year is indicated in 1955. The success the boys
found this year was due to their "get in there and fight" spirit which brought them
much glory. Not pictured are James Garcia and Fred Garcia.
'This star indicates the nine boys who lettered.
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FRAN DUKE FRAN OWENS FAYE ARENS
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NELLIE PUNCH KAY HUBERT
Vice Pres. and Mgr.
20I-3 Wash. Ave. Dodge and Plymouih Sales
Phone 5-3I85 Dependable Used Cars
CenI'raI Moiors Inc.
Dodge and PIymouI'I1
Congrafulafions I'o I'I1e
Class of "54"
HALL-HARMON EQUIPMENT C0.
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MARIE CRABTREE B. L. CRABTREE
UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR CO.
FRAN DUKE FRAN OWENS FAYE ARENS
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I6 Wesi' Firsf Ave.
Nafionally Known-Locally Owned
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SCENIORS OF I954
MONARCH RANGES LUGGAGE
MAYTAG WASHING DUTCH BOY PAINT
MACHINES and IRONERS SIMMONS BEDDING
PHILCO RADIOS HOME FURNISHINGS
and REFRIGERATORS SPORTING GOODS
Sales and Service
Toppenish Phone 5-5555 Wapafo Phone 9-4202
R. H. BOWLES
R. H. BOWLES R. E. BOWLES
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WOOD, CCAL and BUILDING MATERIALS
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KRAFF'S MEN'S WEAR
KRAFF'S FAMILY FOOTWEAR
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STOOPS and SONS
Home Phone 5-669I
GE BLACK DAYLITE
F U R N ITU R E
Complefe Home Furnishings
7 4,6 and Wesiinghouse Appliances
Phone 5 23I I
I I9 Washmgion Ave
KINGSLEY K. HOPKINS
WILLA M. HOPKINS
I I3 So. AIder 5-5505
Bob Lu ft's
SMITH 8: STANTON
TOPPENISH ROLLER RINK
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I Wed.-Sat.
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3A Kirkwood Bldg. Toppenish Ave. by
TOPPENISH, WASHINGTON IP Appoinfment
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SO. DIVISION ST.
DEPENDABLE ' '1 FRED BEEZLEY
SERVICE 'yi f CHEVROLET CO.
SUMNERS SHELL gy YOUR FACTORY-DIRECT DEALER
I08-I I2 Washington Ave.
5-4793 Phone 5-38 I 5 Toppenish
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COMPLIMENTS OF BROWW5 BI-RITE
Joh nson's Motel Mofeffake
JOSEPH E. LARSON. Prop.
6OI So. Alder St.
Roy J. Perrault
DISTRIBUTOR 2l4 No, D S+,
Sfandard Oil Company Phone 5-5255
BOX 406 TOPPENISH, WASH. GROCERIES
We Live If Rexal I Drugs
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Long Hair B
Phone 5-6382 Jacl:ScI1IecI1'l', Prop. Phone 5-3855
DR. R. J. RALSTON
OPI0me+"IS'f 6-HOUR ssnvlce
9-I2"f?:30 "Look well-dressed"
Evening, by CAREFUL CLEANING
APP'f""""'+ Phone 5-5434
7 WasI1. Ave. Phone 5-6302 230 So- -I-oppenish Ave.
GEO. M. KING JACK E. KING
KlNG'S MACHINE sl-lop FRE'G"'TWAYS
Manufagfurergl Machinisi-5, Local and Transconlinenial
Welders and BIacl:smi+I1s I"I6UIIfl9
3 I2 Wesi' Firsi' Ave. Phone 5-5342
Complimenfs of Bergls
Lumber and Fuel
GALEN F. RAMSEY
Call . . . 5-27I5
Phone 5-3345 75 Wash. Ave.
CompIe+e One-S+op Building Service
ASK ABOUT THE HPOTLATCH PAYMENT PLAN"
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A.S.B.-President, Judy Scalleyg Vice President, Gene Tollefsong
Secretary, Nellie Punchg Treasurer, Delma Ashlockg Activity
Manager, Alan Regimbal.
PEP CLUB: Pepsodent, Mary Sue Murray, Scribhler, Carol
Hadley, Jingler, Shirley Gunnyon, Demerit Chairman, Virginia
Schmellag Social Chairman, Jackie Donnelly.
G.A.A.-President, Audrey LaRoueg Vice President, Mary Garcia,
Secretary, Margaret Shequing Treasurer, Marilyn Nelson, Activity
Manager, Delores Heilman.
TIPS EDITOR-Judy Scalleyg Associate Editor, Donna Hill.
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walkers again! 9
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Knight on the "isle
10. F. Arens
and G. Parlier
DRILL TEAM-Leader, Nellie Punch, Assistant Leader, Dorothy
Bittleg Flag Bearer, Carol Hadley.
TOHISCAN EDITOR-Jackie Donnelly.
F.H.A. - President, Barbara Wiswallg Vice President, Lucy
Stout, Secretary, Ardith Barnfieldg Treasurer, Joanne Layman,
Parliamentarian, Susie Lemingg Historian, Joyce Carlton, Song
Leader, Polly Lortong Reporter, Lynette Cobb.
IVIEIEL LEADERS-Carol Hadley, Shirley Gunnyon and Carol
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MR. STROM SPEAKS . . .
You have completed high school sufficiently well to receive
a diploma. You have ended a period of life when allowances
have been constantly made for your shortcomings, because
you were immature, because you did not know, 'because we
all make mistakes.
Now, whether you go to college or into business, you are
expected to stand on your own two feet.
No longer may Mom or Dad come to plead for you: no
longer will school advisors and teachers be at hand to smooth
your path: no longer will your principal say U40 minutes" for
this or that, or assign a 1000-word theme on Honesty,
Cooperation, or the Livestock Show.
This is the last time for most of you that we of the school
will guide you. So remember the following words:
AWARDS-American Legion: Dale Myers: American Legion
Auxiliary, Eleanor Heit: Annual: Editor Shirley Sullivan,
Business Manager Barbara Owens, gift to Miss Finch: Arion:
Band, Graham Tollefson: Choir, Pat Knight.
A.S.B.-Joe Morrison: Babe Ruth Sportsmanship: Barbara
Owens, Joe Morrison: Band Service: Loy Sutton: Choir Ser-
vice: Bernice Febus: Commercial Dept.: Shorthand, Shirley
Sullivan: Typing, Donna Duncan: D.A.R.: Shirley Sullivan:
Ellensburg Solos: Choir, Hazel Heather: Band, Karen Mose-
bar, Ronald McCargar, Velma Smith: Evergreen Girls' State:
,ludy Scalley: Faculty Service: Mr. Hilton: G.A.A. Service:
Eva Heilman: Home Economics: Eleanor Heit: Journalism:
Editor Pat Punch, Business Manager Tom McMahon: Math:
Lee Hansen: Mechanics: Gary Cameron: Outstanding Athlete:
Dale Myers: Pah-Nah-Mo Home Economics: Eleanor Heit:
Plaques: Claude Griffith, Frances Duke, Wally Johnson, Ed
YOU TELL WHAT YOU ARE . . .
You tell on yourself by the friends you seek, by the very
manner in which you speak, by the way you employ your
leisure time, by the use you make of dollar and dime.
You tell what you are by the things you wear, by the spirit
in which your burdens you bear, by the kind of things at
which you laugh, by the records you play on your phonograph.
You tell what you are by the way you walk, by the things
of which you delight to talk, by the manner in which you
bear defeat, by so simple a thing as how you eat,
By the books you choose from the well-filled shelf. In these
ways, and more you tell on yourself. So there's really no
particle of sense in an effort to keep up false pretense.
So remember, "Class of 1954" it isn't the big things you do,
but the little things that will tell how good you really are.
Mr. Elder congratulates son.
Buckingham, Betty Wiswall, Eleanor Heit, Marilene Shearer,
Pat Knight, Tom McMahon, Lee Hansen, Barbara Owens,
Graham Tollefson, Joe Morrison, Eva Heilman, Dolly Lorton,
Dale Myers: Pah-Nah-Mo Home Economics: Eleanor Heit:
Ide, Jo Evelyn Bolin, Delores Holm, Shirley Sullivan: Salu-
tatorian: Donna Duncan: Scholarships: E.W.C.E. 8100, Pat
Punch: J. C. Geo. Washington 8200, Loy Sutton: U. of
Idaho S150 for four years, Betty Wiswall: Y.V.,l.C. 8100,
.loan Sova and Dean Hill: Charm Beauty School 8150, Dolly
Lorton and Eleanor Heit: W.W.C.E. Music, Hazel Heather:
E.W.C.E. P.-T.A. S150 for four years and Valedictorian 8100,
Shirley Sullivan: School Spirit and Service: .lim Owens:
Senior Service: Lee Hansen.: Service Pins: Shirley Sullivan,
.loe Morrison, Pat Punch, Dolly Lorton, Loy Sutton, Eva
Heilman, Marilene Shearer, Eleanor Heit, Richard Meyer,
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