Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)
- Class of 1955
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whose daily life is a lesson fo us. Noi' a
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words fhai' indus+ry, courfesy, cheer-
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Wi+h lhis I955 Tohiscan we honor
MR. EMIL GRENKE, whose 'Fine ex-
ample, lilre lhe building he cares for,
shines in fhe memory of Top-Hi.
student of Toppenish High . . .
A . . . are featured in this, your I955 TOHISCAN.
My A You walk through these pages, where your I954-
,IIXI 55 school year is recorded. In work, in play: in
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BELOW: MR. CARL O. TOLLEFSON, iunior and senior high band
director, and MR. CLINTON WEBER, iunior and senior lfiiglw vocal
srnares and adults.
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l. Top-Hi choir at practice. 2. E, Schmella tunes up on the
piano. 3. M. Lacell and K, Mosebar get ready for picture
taking. IO. G. Tollefson, too, 4. A. Barnfield directs the band.
. . . siudenis in Their search for reading ma-
Terial and informaiion in Their Careers, and in
Their viewing and showing of educaiional films.
1. C. Derry counts the money. 2. Visual aid boys, under the
direction of Mr. Dalrymple. 3. Mr. Hilton explains the problem
to Miss Hackett, K. Mosebar and E. Schmella. A. Library
helpers J. Seabrands, V. Dorn, Advisor Miss Sfreef, L. Simmons,
and S. Van Cleave.
MISS MARGUERITE HACKETT, Girls' Ad-
visorg MISS RUTH STREET, Librariang MR.
OTIS HILTON, Boys' Advisor.
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English and language, and Mr. Woodworth teaches iournalism, English, speech, and typing.
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"WHAT overcrowded classrooms, Miss Blip?"
. . . your students To read, write, and
speak with clarity and accuracy, and
tried to give them an appreciation of
our literary heritage.
1. Miss Trimble pins on senior play corsage. 2. M. Lacell measures Mr
Hilton! 3. Latin class. 4. M. Rodriquez studies English.
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. . . young minds to an understand-
ing of our own past and present and
to a knowledge of the cultures of
our international neighbors.
l. K. Mosebar and J. Layman read papers in journalism.
2. D. McNall studies Latin. 3, Students read papers. 4.
G. Kukes gives speech. 5. Students learn how to use
MR. OTIS HILTON, Civics, MISS MARGUERITE HACKETT, U. S, history, Washington history, Civics, MR.
CARL BOTHWELL, world history, U. S. historyg MR, ANTHONY MASCIOTRA, Spanish, Latin, play coach,
and iunior advisor.
MISS LORNA FINCH
senior art, home arts, year-
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MRS. DORIS CI-IENEY
MR. EWALD LINDEMANN
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R. Thomas, D. Heilman, I. Dodd.
Shop classes learned to handle all
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lathes as well as with animals.
MR. BILL PALMER
MR. CLINTON WISWALL
agriculture and F.F.A.
MR. EVERETT COOK
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I. B. Brown, Mr. Bothwell, H. Ough in biology. 2. Mr. Hilton teaches psychology. 3. J. McMican, P.
Bangs, F. Gardea, N. Punch, D. Davila, D. Engbretson taking notes in shorthand class. 4. Miss Ross
instructs J. Meagher, B. Lybyer, T. Clark, S. Merryman. 5, N. Dale, E. Johnson, D. Engbretson are work-
ing hard. 6. C. Hadley, S. Gunnyon, D. Gordon pondering over bookkeeping. 7. B. Ervin, H. Betschart.
8. D. Parkhurst, R. McCargar, W. LeBlanc in physics. 9. N. Punch erases leisurely. lO. Miss Garfield
tells J. Boob all about typing.
. . . training to boys and girls for futures in
business and s c i e n ce, and a knowledge to
live with in any vocation.
MR. CARL BOTHWELL
MISS ROSINE GARFIELD
MISS MARIAN ROSS
MR. OTIS HILTON
MR. WALLACE WOODWORTH
MR. OTIS HILTON
MRS. DONA FAYE
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MR. JAKE SCHELL
MR. PHIL MIROSH
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nation, preparing them tor sater living.
1. Mr. Schell. 2. Over the net, B. Higgins! 3. G. Wicks stows towels away. 4. Mrs. Larsen shows 'em
how. 5. Drivers' Ed.-M. Arena, Mr. Schell, V. Schmella. 6. K. Hyatt, N. Mayfield in P.E.
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President, J. Scalley, Vice President, G. Tollefsong Secretary, N. Punch, Treas-
urer V Schmella, Activity Manager, A. Regimbal.
Your student body government, led by
the second girl president in the history of
Toppenish High, guided the extracurricular
functions ot the students.
Stress was placed on good assemblies,
song leaders were added to the workers
for Top-Hi and a loan was made to the
band for the purchase of new hats. As in
the past, A.S.B. furnished backing for all
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FIRST ROW: C. Hadley, C. Holrn, G. Tollefson, N. Punch, Mr. Strom,
J. Scalley, V. Schmella, A. Regimbal and D. Hill. SECOND ROW: B
Wertenberger, D. McNall, B. Caraway, J. Donnelly, B. Thalheimer,
M. Murray, J. Layman, D. Parkhurst, J. Booth, B. Booth, J. Fer-
nandez and B. Wiswall.
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The class of i957 started its sophomore year by electing
a group of very capable officers. With the help of their
advisors they are proving to be one of the outstanding
classes at Top-Hi. Members of the group were active in
other organizations, they provided talent at many assem-
blies, and the promising basketball "B" squad was composed
mostly of sophomores.
Sharon Wyckoff was elected to reign as the class's Home-
coming Princess. The "Little Red Schoolhouse" proved an
ideal theme for their Homecoming Float.
ln leading the class through the year's activities were the
sophomore class officers pictured below.
and F. Williams.
OFFICERS - President, Darryl Mc-
Nally Vice President, Rosalie Fer-
nandezp Secretary, Carol Holm,
Carnie freaks L. Burgin, R. Bradley, B. McPherson
and D. Owen. 2. G. Fendell explains soph pics. 3.
Music sorter L. Layman.
Treasurer, Carol Bittle, Social Chair-
man, Carol Mikesell. A' Arellan'
Not pictured in these pages: P. Cordera, C. Davis, D.
Foiles, E. George, V. Groves, N. Jones, B. Lowe, C. Swing-
Mack, R. Miller, D. Owen, S. Steinmetz, G. Thomas
G. Arens J. Barrieruos D. Bender J. Benz C. Bittle B. Bond W. Bond
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Soph. princess S. Wyckoff with President D. McNall.
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Your officers for the year of T954-1955 were:
President Dick Parkhurst, Vice President Ardeth
Barnfield, Secretary Alair Sutton, Treasurer Ellen
Schmella and Social Chairman Margaret Shequin.
Your capable advisors were Mr. Masciotra, Miss
Ross, and Mr. Schell. You started the year off by
selling tickets on a Pendleton iacket: You sponsored
a dance after a football game. The noon movies
were also possible because you and your advisors
sponsored them. At Christmas you were busy sell-
ing holly and Christmas cards. Your members
worked busily on the Junior Play, and to top it
off you sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom. Our sup-
plement will tell of these last two big events.
NOT PICTURED: S. Barrett, R. Brandsen, G. Chandler, R. Clark,
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B. Brown M. Burkhardt J. Carlton
L. C. Davis, B. Ervin, F. Garcia, R, Glossen, J. Hargraves, G. Het-X
tick, G. Hoosier, M. Leikam, J. Mestmacher, G. O'Neil, D. Pomer-
inke, G. Reilly, S. Tinnen and G. Whitford.
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M. Stump P. Stump A. Sutton
T. M. Wagenman at work. 2, Mostly Juniors. 3. Larry Huylar.
M. Wagenman C. Walters M. Walters
D. Ward T. Wentz C. Whitaker B. Wiswali A. Wolover B. Wyckoff
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1.Prompters M. Garcia and E. Schmella. 2. H.
Ross, C. Walters and B. Booth. 3.G. Tollefson
puts the dead C?j body of C. Walters into the
The iuniors presented a three-act play whose action
centers around the mystery of an old hotel, where
the characters become involved in liquor smuggling, 5,U
murder, and romance. and Direct Cro, Arden,
0' Mr Ba -
' Mascignal rnfield
FIRST ROW: E. Schmella, H. Nelson, S. Leming, D. Smith, J. Hill, G. Tollefson, M. Ochs. SECOND ROW
A. Sutton, L. Cobb, N. Johnson, Booth, L. Huylar, H. Ross, C. Walters, S. Barrett, L. Stout, A. Barn
30 field, D. Hill.
FIRST ROW: Vice President, Carolyn Silvers, President,
Alan Regimbal. SECOND ROW: Advisor, Miss Trimble,
Secretary, J. Layman, Treasurer, J. Fernandez, Advisor,
Mr. Woodworth. ABSENT: Advisor, Mr. Cook and Bob
To be recognized by the D.A.R. for her
citizenship during her high school years,
you chose Nellie Punch.
"One, nine, five, five, who'll strive, we'll
strive!" sounded throughout many pep as-
semblies during the last year.
"The progress of the past is the promise
of the future" served as the theme of grad-
uation exercises May 26. You chose for class
colors and robes red and white, and roses
for class flowers.
Virginia Schmella had the high honors of
being Valedictorian and Joyce Sherwood
J. Fernandez takes orders for senior announcements.
You, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty five, began
your last record of activities by selecting class officers at the
beginning of the school year. Alan Regimbal served as President,
Carolyn Silvers, Vice President, Joanne Layman, Secretary, Joe
Fernandez, Treasurer, and Bob Lybyer, Activity Manager.
Queen Jackie Donnelly and Princess Mary Sue Murray came
into the spotlight to reign over the annual Homecoming Festivi-
You began making plans for the future after attending College
Conference held in November. Representatives from many col-
leges came to help show you the advantages of attending college.
Into the spotlight came the Senior Class Play, a melodrama
entitled "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" and for a few hours the
audience trembled to the threats of the villain Alan Regimbal.
You contributed many hours of work to the success of the
Senior Class Ball "Winter Wonderland." Chosen to reign over it
were Queen Audrey LeRoue, King Larry Little, Princess Shirley
Gunnyon, and Prince Jim Thomas. The biggest iob of all, that
being general chairman, was held by Jay Booth.
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JIM BAKER -Wildcats 125
Torch 11-125 Tips Staff 12,
Business Manager 125 Class
Crew 115 Track 11-125 Stu-
PAULINE BANGS - Pep
Club 11-125 FHA 105 GAA
10-11-125 Drill Team 10-11-
dent Conference 125 Choir 125 Tumbling Team 10.
10-11-12, Treasurer 12.
ball 10-115 Basketball 10-
JOYCE BURKE--GAA 10-
115 Band 10-125 Pep Band
125 Choir 12.
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Club 11-125 GAA 10-11-
125 Tips Staff 125 Drill
GALE BOGART - Wildcats
11-125 Class Play 125 Op-
erefta 115 Baseball 10-11-
125 Band 10-11-125 Pep
Band 11-125 Cl'1Olr 11.
BARBARA CLARK- FHA 1 -
1112, GAA 1011.
JAY BOOTH - Transferred
from Turlock, California5
Wildcats 11-125 FFA 10-11-
12, Treasurer 10, Secre-
tary 11, President 125 Gen-
eral Chairman for Senior
Ball 125 Football io-115
Track 10-11-125 Student
JANICE BEAK-Pep Club
11-12, Secretary 125 GAA
10-11-125 Operetta 115 Stu-
dent Conference 125 Choir
11-125 Drill Team 10-11-
125 Point Committee Chair-
man 125 Homecoming
TONY CLARK - Class Ac-
tivity Manager 105 Wild-
cats 11-125 Assembly
Chairman 105 Baseball 10-
11-125 Basketball 10-11
125 Student Conference 12.
Tips Staff 115 Operetta 115 MAX CORpUZ - pcmbau
Boys' State 115 Choir 11- 10.11.125 Band 10.
125 Hi-Tops 11.
GEORGE DETWILER - FFA
NADINE DALE-FHA 1041- DIANA DAVILA-GAA 115
DONNA ENGBRETSON -
Choir 10-115 Girls' Sextet
115 Operetta 115 GAA
VERN FAUTH - Wildcats
125 Tennis 11-12.
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JOE FERNANDEZ - Class
Treasurer 11-125 Wildcats
11-12, President 125 Torch
125 FFA 10-11-12, Presi-
dent 11, Parliamentarian
11, Vice President 125
Board of Control 11-125
Class Crew 115 Football
11-12, Manager 105 Stu-
dent Conference 11-12.
GARY FISCHER - Baseball
105 Boxing 12.
DAVID FRENCH - Football
115 Track 10-11-12.
Club 11-125 GAA 10-11-
125 Operetta 115 Song
Leader 125 Choir 10-11-125
Drill Team 10-11-125 GAA
Point Committee 10-11-12.
JACKIE DONNELLY P- Pep
Club 11-12, Social Chair-
man 125 GAA 10-11-125
nnual Staff 11-12, Editor
25 Class Crew 115 Band
10-11-12, Librarian 115 Pep
Band 10-115 Homecoming
Queen 125 Songleader 125
Student Conference 11-125
GAA Point Committee
105 Choir 10.
SAM GUEVARA - Boxing
10-11-125 Choir 11-125
JlM HUBERT-Wildcats 115
Annual Staff 10-115 Tips
Staff 115 Class Play 125
Class Play 115 Class Crew
115 Tennis 11-125 Band
11-125 Pep Band 12.
SHARON GRlFFlTH - Pep
Club 11-125 FHA 10-11-125
GAA 10-11-12, Activity
Manager 115 Tips Staff 10-
115 Operetta 115 Choir 10-
11-125 Drill Team 10-11-12.
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CAROL HADLEY-Pep Club
11-12, Secretary 125 Torch
125 GAA 10-11-125 Board
of Control 125 Class Play
125 Class Play 115 Oper-
etta 115 Yell Leader 125
Homecoming Princess 115
Choir 11-12, President 125
Drill Team 10-11-12, Flag
Bearer 125 Tumbling 10-11-
NICK JEWETT-Class Social
Chairman 10, Class Activ-
ity Manager 115 Class
Crew 115 Band 10-115 Pep
MARTHA HENRY FHA 10
125 GAA 10-11.
JERRY INGRAM-Class So-
cial Chairman 115 Wildcats
urer 125 FFA 10-11-12,
Vice President 11, Treas-
urer 125 Football 10-11-125
Boxing 11-125 Student Con-
RUTH HERRERA-GAA 115
EDDIE JOHNSON - Annual
Staff 11-125 Class Crew
125 Basketball 10-11-125
Track 11-125 Manager 10.
SHIRLEY GUNNYON - Pep
Club 11-12, Treasurer 125
GAA 10-11-125 Class Play
115 Operetta 115 Class
Crew 125 Student Confer-
ence 125 Choir
Tumbling Team 11-125 Yell
Leader 125 Junior Leader
for Graduation 115 Student
Director for Class Play 12.
JAMES IVY-Band 10-11:
Pep Band 115 Drill Team
LARRY LlTTLE-FFA 10-11-
12, President 11, Treasurer
10, Boxing 10-11-12, Sen-
ior Ball King 12.
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SPENCER MERRYMAN -
Transferred from Grand
view, Wildcats 10-11-12
Baseball 10, Football 12
Hi-Y Club 10-11, Secre
Secretary 12, Pep Club 11-
12, FHA 10-11-12, Treas-
urer 12, GAA 10-11-12,
Annual Staff 11, Tips Staff
11-12, Page Editor 12,
Board of Control 12, Band
10-11-12, President 12,
Pep Band 10-11-12, Debate
10, Student Conference,
Class Play 12.
R O N A L D MCCARGER --
Wildcats 12, Class Play 11,
Ball Co-Chairman 12, Foot-
ball 12, Band 10-11-12,
Librarian 10-11, Pep Band
10-11-12, Northwest Band
JO ELLEN PATNODE-Pep
Club 11-12, Social Chair-
man 12, FHA 10-11, GAA
MARY SUE MURRAY-Pep
Club 11-12, President 12,
Torch 11-12, FHA 11, GAA
10-11-12, Vice President
11, Annual Staff 12, Busi-
ness Manager 12, Board of
Control 12, Class Crew 12,
Band 10-11-12, Secretary
10, Pep Band 10-11-12,
Student Conference 11-12.
AUDREY LE ROUE - Pep
Club 11-12, GAA 10-11-12,
President 12, Board of
Control 10-12, Ball Queen
12, Studentf Conference 12:
Tumbling Team 12.
JACKIE MCMICAN - Pep
Club 11-12, President 12,
FHA 12, GAA 10-11-127
Class Play 12, Class Play
11, Band 10-11-12, Pep
GARY PATTON - Wildcats
11-12, Class Crew 12, Foot-
ball 10-11, Manager 10.
BOB LYBYER - Class Presi-
dent 1O-11, Class Activity
Manager 12, Wildcats 10-
11-12, Vice President I1,
Sergeant-at-Arms 12, Torch
11-12: Board of Control
10-11-12, ASB Vice Presi-
dent 11, Class Crew 12,
Class Crew 11, Football
10-11, Basketball 11, Track
10-11, Student Conference
MARILYN NELSON - Pep
Club 11-12, GAA 10-11-
12, Treasurer 12, Operetta
11, Choir 11-12.
Club 11-12, Annual Staff
MARY BELLE PETTIT-Pep
Club 11-12, Demerit Chair-
man 12, Torch 11-12, Sec-
retary 12, GAA 11-12,
Class Play 12, Band 10-11-
12, Secretary 11, Pep Band
11-12, Student Conference
11, All-State Band 11.
NELLIE PUNCH - Class
Treasurer 101 Class Secre-
tary 11, Torch 11-12, Secre-
tary 12, FHA 10-11-12,
Secretary 11, GAA 10-11-
12, Annual Staff 12, Tips
Staff 11, Board of Control
12, ASB Secretary 12,
Class Play 11, Class Play
12, Class Crew 12, Stu-
dent Conference 11-12,
Choir 11, Girls' Sextet 11,
Drill Team 10-11-12, Drill
Pep Club 11-12, Dernerit
Chairman 12, Torch 11-12,
President 12, FHA 10-11-
12, Vice President 11,
GAA 10-11-12, Annual
Staff 12, Tips Staff 11-12,
Page Editor 11, Board of
Control 12, ASB Treasurer
12, Class Play 12, Class
Play 11, Debate 10, Stu-
dent Conference 11-12.
GERALD ROTH - Class
Crew 12, Tennis 10-11-12
Manager 11, Basketball
Score Keeper 11.
JUDY SCALLEY-Class Vice
President 10, Pep Club
11-12, FHA 11: GAA 1O-
11-12, Secretary 11, An-
nual Staff 10-11, Tips Staff
10-11-12, Page Editor 10-
11, Editor 12, Board of
Corttrgl 12, ASB President
12, Class Play 12, Class
Crew 11, Prom Chairman
11, Tennis 10-11-12, De-
bate 1O, Homecoming
Princess 10, Student Con-
ference 11-12, Girls' State
11, Drill Team 11-12.
FHA 12, GAA 11.
11-12, FHA 11-12, GAA
JANE SEABRANDS - FHA
10-11-12, Song Leader 11,
GAA 10-11-12, Choir 10-
11-12, Drill Team 10-11-
12, Operetta 11, Tumbling
Team 10-11-12, Captain
12, Hi-Tops 10-11-12.
10-11-12, Class Play 11,
Class Play 12, Band 10-
11, Pep Band 10-12, Stu-
Jent Conference 11.
ALAN REGIMBAL- Wild-
cats 1O-11-12, Torch 11-12,
lVice President 12, Tips
Staff 12, Board of Control
12, ASB Activity Manager
12, Class Play 12, Class
Play 11, Class Crew 11,
Field Day Chairman 11,
Football 10-11-12, Track
10-11-12, Student Confer-
ence 11-12, Boys' State 11,
VELMA SPEER-GAA 10-11
127 Drill Team 10-11-12.
BILL TRUJILLO - Wildcats
10-11-127 Junior Class
Crew 117 Tennis 10-11-127
Boxing 107 Pep Band 117
Vice President 127 Pep
Club 11-127 Torch 11-12,
President 127 GAA 10-11-
12: Tips Staff 117 Class
Crew 117 Band 10-11-12,
Secretary 127 Pep Band
10-11-127 Debate 10: Stu-
dent Conference 12.
JIM THOMAS - raps Staff
11-125 Operetta 117 Prince
127 Choir 11-127 Junior
Leader for Graduation 117
High Tops 11-127 Class
Crew 121 Boys' Quartet
DELMA WILCOX-Pep Club
1-127 Torch 11-127 FHA
O-11-127 GAA 10-11-127
Board of Control 127 ASB
Treasurer 127 Operetta
117 Prom Princess 117
Choir 117 Drill Team 10-111
Girls' Sexfet 11.
JOANNE REILLY-Pep Club
12: GAA 10-11: Band 10-
111 Transferred from
Transferred from Eugene,
Oregon 127 Pep Club 10-
12, Treasurer 127 GAA 10-
11-127 Class Play 12
ROBERTO SOLIS - Class
Crew 127 Class Crew 117
All-School Crew 127 Box-
W. - ,
JIM WALKER-FFA 10-11-
121 Tips Staff 12.
l. N. Punch tries to 'free herself from the vile villain,
A. Regimbal. 2. French maid, B. Singleton, and Mookie,
Jim Hubert, enioy themselves. 3. J. Thomas dims the
lights. 4. J. Scalley rests while C. Hadley does final
touch. 5. Student Director S, Gunnyon makes up
Leonie, J. Layman.
The Senior Class Play was .L
presented on Friday, Nov.
l7. lt was a three-act melo-
drama, portraying the story
of Nellie Lovelace, a sweet
country lass, Adam Oak-
hart, as bashful as he was
brave, and the vile villain,
M u n r o Murgatroyd, who
brought disaster to the
Lovelace cottage. Wallace
Woodworth coaches the
1. V. Schmella, N. Punch, J. Layman and B. Sin-
gleton study their lines. 2. M, Pettit prepares
the dance hall queen, Jackie McMican, tor the
final performance. 3. J. Sherwood startled by
the harsh words. 4. J. Hubert and G. Bogart
enter the scene.
I, Mr. Woodworth, Mr, Cook, Mr
Bower supervise for Senior Ball
2. W. LeBlanc, P. Bowles, J. Visser
L. McCord. 3, V. Schmella, G. Fen
dell. 4. J. Seabrands, M. Peitii, C
Silvers prepare centerpiece. 5. M
Shequin, D. Parkhurst. 6. G. Roth, N. Punch, 7. F. Arens, J
Hubert. 8. K. Sainsbury, L. Schneider. 9. S. Hardy, M. Ross
IO. J. Sherwood, J. Ingram. ll. V. Speer.
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Directing the spotlight on the newsworthy activities and personalities of 1954
55 was the TOP-HI TIPS, published by the iournalism class
The TIPS combined with the TOPPENISH REVIEW this year and was published
weekly as the first sheet of the second section
Editor Judy Scalley and the Associate Editor Donna Hill
made all assignments
and directed the proof
and copy reading. Be-
cause of the agree-
ment with the RE-
VIEW, much of the
work of the paper -
and some writing
could be done at the
Business Manager Jim Baker
handled the finances of the pa-
Always eager to learn more
about iournalism, the staff mem-
bers made field trips to the
TOPPENISI-l REVIEW, and the Ya-
kima dailies. They also sent as
delegates to the annual North-
west Press Conference, Joanne
Layman, Judy Scalley, and Vir-
The TIPS staff also contributed their share
to the school activities by sponsoring an
assembly and a dance.
A banquet for all members of the staff
was held in May. At this time the new edi-
tor, associate editor, and business manager
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FIRST ROW: D. Birtle, J. Scalley and Mr, Woodworih SECOND ROW: J. Baker, J. Roth, C. Bittle, J.
Layman, J. Thomas and D. Hill. THIRD ROW: F. Garcia. G. Bogart, V. Schmella, P. Smitz, D, LeRoue, D.
Rishor, A, LeRoue, R. Herrera and K. Mosebar. FOURTH ROW: G. Whifford and J. Bradish.
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An annual trip to Seattle provided fun shared by all, over the Thanksgiving
weekend Other fun events" included a Swauk picnic, a Christmas gift exchange,
a ski trip and a spring picnic.
The first big work proiect was to collect the neces-
sary funds for this yearbook. Many evenings were
spent meeting deadlines and many hours went towarcl
taking photographs, typing, drawing, selling books,
and doing the other things necessary to produce the
Editor Jackie Donnelly led the group in
work and fun, advised by Miss Finch,
all other members are pictured on these
ON PAGE 44
FIRST ROW: B. Rasmussen, J. ubert, N. Punch, J. Don-
nelly and Miss Finch. SECOND ROW: E. Johnson, M.
Murray, V. Schmella, A. Barnfield, L. Edwards, L. Sak,
K. Faulkner and G. Fendell.
PICTURE I. B. Rasmussen and Miss Finch. 2. J. Hubert, E. Johnson and L. Stout
direct large group pictures. 3. E. Johnson and L. Sak paper the ceiiing with a
Tohiscan ad. 4. M. Murray and A. Barnfield consider Tohiscan's budget.
WHERE ARE YOU?
PICTURE I. A. Barnfield buys Tohiscan from L. Stout.
2. J. Hubert gets some sleep on Seattle trip.,3. E.
Johnson, L. Sak, B. Rasmussen and L. Stout plan a
page. 4. V. Schmella and N. Punch lick stamps for
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1. A. LeRoue, N. Punch, J. McMican, J. Layman "operate" on V.
Schmella. 2. M. Murray hands J, McMican gavel. 3. J. Layman, M.
Pettit staple programs, 4. M. Lacell rehearses for Homecoming as-
sembly 5. J. Donnelly, J. Scalley count money at Pep Club candy sale.
You, members of Pep Club, were always in
the spotlight, leading the cheering section at
football and basketball games.
Pep Club was busy this year sponsoring school
dances, and riding the rooter buses to out-of-
town games. Candy sales were sponsored in the
winter to build the club's treasury. These activi-
ties helped carry out the real purpose ot Pep
Club, to promote school spirit among the stu-
dents and adults.
Your membership included girls who stand
out in the spotlight for their contributions in
school service and spirit.
During the first semester, Mary Sue Murray served as Pep-
sodent, Carol Hadley, Scribbler, Shirley Gunnyon, Jinglerg
Jackie Donnelly, Social Chairman, and Virginia Schmella, De-
merit Chairman. Second semester officers were Pepsodent,
Jackie McMican, Scribbler Janice Beak, Jingler Bonnie Singlea
ton, Social Chairman .loEllen Patnode, and Demerit Chairman
l. N. Punch announces Homecoming assembly. 2. M. Nelson,
A. LaRoue as "Ma" and "Pa" at Homecoming assembly. 3. M.
Lacell decorates goal posts. 4. A. Sutton, M. Lacell enjoy
Pep Club initiation.
YELL LEADERS-Carol Hadley, Shirley Gunnyon, Carol Huylar.
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I Jerry Ingram waits for the intramural boys. 2. Durward Thetford and
Jim Baker try their skill at wrestling.
Wildcat activities started with the lively initiation ot twenty
members, whose appearance as Indians and cowboys brought
the club into the spotlight. Later, the boys took part in the
annual GAA carnival for the 'first time, contributing much
help constructing the booths tor the girls and sponsoring a
series ot boxing matches during the carnival.
Centered by the spotlight were the officers: President Joe
Fernandez, Vice President Bill Hert, Secretary-Treasurer Jerry
Ingram. a,ar ssr.sr rass asain
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Nooh lunchednisiiiserved as a meetingpplace toryzdiscussion ot
problems, excha i iaqdfpljpning ot aptivities such
as theiiiponso xgyyyy t" intramural
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During the basketball letter-
men were initiateizlfiiigesei ssrr rrgfiipictured here because of
an early deacllinefbut in fthe summer supplement.
1. T. Clark and A. Regimbal take initiation. 2. B.
Lybyer whittles at meeting. 3. J. Baker makes time
with the girls! A. President J. Fernandez. 5, A. Kin-
caid asks D. Gordon the 64 dollar question. 6. A
Regimbal livens up the war a little.
KNEELING: B, Lybyer, J. Ingram, J. Fernandez, B. Hert, FIRST ROW: B. Tuiillo, Coach P, Mirosh. THIRD
ROW: R. Kincaid, E. Myers, J. Meagher, D. Thetford, A. Regimbal, J. Huberf. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Booth,
J. Baker, L. Huylar, D. Ward, R. Thomas, L. McCord, S. Merryman. FIFTH ROW: F. Garcia, W. Myers, W.
LeBlanc, T. Clark, G. Bogart, E. Van Plank, V. Fauth. ABSENT: J. Booth and B. Truiillo.
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PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: M, Shequin, L. Cobb, D. Gordon, P. Bangs.
SECOND ROW: H. Febus, D. Beaudry, J. Beak. THIRD ROW: J.
Scalley, E. Schmella, C. Derry, M. Arens, J. Rarick.
FIRST ROW: M. Spencer, C. Hadley, T. Walls, C. Huylar, S. Wyckoff.
SECOND ROW: P. Gordon, A. LeRoue, S. Gunnyon, M. Lacell, B.
Olsen, J. Chase and J. Schloss.
These girls tumbled their way into the
spotlight. During the basketball season they
showed their talent by performing for the
many people who attended games. The
team was composed of many sophomores
who will form the foundation for future
ing the girls.
Jane Seabrands did a fine job of train-
PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: J. Chase, D. Hellman, C. Huylar D Buttle
SECOND ROW: M. Walters, S. Griffith, M, Garcia. THIRD ROW E
O'Keefe, F. Arens, J. Seabrands, L. Stout, D. Hill.
A popular spotlighted group this year was the drill
team. They marched during half time at the 'football and
basketball games, also participated in the Homecoming pa-
rade. They gave up their noon hours and activity periods
to practice for their performances.
Leader, Nellie Punch and assistant, Dor-
othy Bittle, also trained the junior high
and sophomore girls to drill so they would
be ready for senior high drill team, in order
that this attractive group may continue to
march in the center of the spotlight.
I. C. Hadley balances another Top'Hi tumbler. 2. H.
Febus, M. Garcia and J. Rarick loaded with flashlights,
for big performance.
You, a member of the Girls' Athletic Association, found your-
self in the spotlight many times this year as you played and
worked for both school and community.
Fun for both old and new members was initiation day when
more than 100 new members spent the day dressed as wildcats
Work, but fun also, was the annual G.A.A. Carnival'at which
in striped paiamas.
you worked at a booth. You were assisted by members of the
Wildcats and the student body, who together made the annual
affair a success.
You helped your community when you donated your time to
work on the Alumni, Baked Potato, and Livestock banquets.
Athletic in fact as well as in name, you played in softball
and volleyball tournaments and attended playdays. At games you
worked with the flash card group helping to create school spirit.
By working with the officers, President Audrey LeRoue, Vice
President Mary Garcia, Secretary Margaret Shequin, Treasurer
Marilyn Nelson and Activity Manager Delores Heilman, you made
the G,A.A. year of 1954-55 a successful and memorable one.
ABOVE-FIRST ROW: M. Brooks, R. Bradley, L. Brader, A. Bradbury, D. Bender, C Buttle Advisor Mrs
Meyers. SECOND ROW: F. Arens, M, Arens, P. Bangs, A. Barnfield, J. Beak, P. Bowles THIRD ROW D
Bittle, B. Bond, J. Boob, D. Beaudry FOURTH ROW: M. Burkhart, L. Burgin, B. Burrel
l. initiates encouraged
by D. Hill propose to
Mr. Woodworth. 2. Linda
Simmons, Lila Simmons,
J. Boob, H. Corbett be-
fore G.A.A. pictures
were taken. ABSENT: D.
Ashbeck, S. Faucher, B.
ABOVE--FIRST ROW: S. Gunnyon, C. Hadley, S. Hardy, C. Hargraves, D. Heilman D Hull J Hinchey
SECOND ROW: C. Holm, C. Huylar, D. Draft, M, Lacell, K. Lacy, J. Layman, S. Leak THIRD ROW S
Leming, A. LeRoue, D. LeRoue, G. Lichtenberg, L. Long, P. Lorton, M. Martinez, P. McCoy
Singleton, M. Wagerman.
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ROW: J. Schloss, J. Seabrands, E. Schmella, S, Smith. V. Schmella, THIRD ROW J Sher
wood, C. Silvers, Linda Simmons, Lila Simmons, M. Schmella, M. Shequin ABSENT S
V Faucher, B. Singleton, M. Wagerman, D. Wilcox.
I. C. Silvers builds a booth at the G.A.A. carnival. Z. N. Punch unpacks carnival prizes.
3. S. Gritfith puts up a sign at the carnival, A. M. Murray, P. Bangs, S., Gunnyon type
telegrams at the carnival. 5. Treasurer M. Nelson signs a receipt for B, Singleton. 6. E.
Mears, M. Arens and M. Ochs eat lunch on initiation day.
PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: J. Cantu, J, Carlton, J. Chase, L. Cobb, M. Cobb, J. Devo. SECOND ROW:
J. Castaneda, H. Corbett, D Davila, D. Derry, J. Donnelly, L. Colwash. THIRD ROW: D. Gordon, S.
Guevara, S. Dorn, D. Engebretson, S. Dorn, R. Fernandez, F. Filer, Margie Garcia, P. Gordon, S. Griffith,
C. Griswold, Mary Garcia,
PICTURE TWO, FIRST ROW: J. McMican, B. McPherson, C, Mikesell, M. Murray, Y. Musmusto, H. Nelson.
SECOND ROW: B. Olson, M. Pettit, E. O'Kecfe, S. Oswalt, D. Owen, J, Patnode, L. Peterson. THIRD ROW:
K. Pettit, M, Oaks, G. Pinkham, D. Punch, N. Punch, J. Rarick, E. Raymond, J. Richmond, M. Nelson.
PICTURE THREE, FIRST ROW: P. Smitz, D. Walker, A. Soto, M. Spencer, L. Stout. SECOND
ROW: A. Sutton, V. Speer, T. Walls, K. Rice, M. Walters, J, Wells. THIRD ROW: G. Wentz,
B. Wertenberger, B. Wisvvall, B. Wolfe, P, Wornell, S. Wyckoff.
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1. Dick Garcia with Gene Scrivner being branded with ice. 2. Reo Clark, Pat Stump and Jay Booth watch-
initiation. 3. Mr, Wiswall, F.F.A. Advisor.
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I. Jay Booth, Chapter president. 2. Joe
Fernandez, at Greenhand initiation. 3. A.
Wolover, in farm shop. 4. G. Detwiler
with cutting torch.
PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: A. Arellano,
L. Baker, R. Barrett, Jerry Booth, V. Her-
rington, D. French, A. Davis, C. Peters,
J. Putney. SECOND ROW: G. Clark, L.
Cummings, R. Homes, J. Fernandez, B.
Brown, R. Clark, A. Degenhart, D. Austin,
J, Wertenberger. THIRD ROW: G. Det-
wiler, G, Hackner, H. Hutt, K. Hyatt, J.
Ingram, R. Kincaid, L. Edwards, D, Henry,
L, Mestmacher. ABSENT: Jay Booth,
T. Friend, D. Garcia, B. Haberkorn, L.
Heit, D. Hinchey, R. Hinchey, S. Hixon.
PICTURE TWO, FIRST ROW: L. W. Green,
E, Tupling, A. Wolover, H. Ough, L
Sak, P. Stump, M. Stump, D, Thetford, M
D. McMican. SECOND ROW: D. Gruben
hott, L. Little, J. Walker, G. Scrivner, D
Hunt, L. Schott, G. Noonan. THIRD ROW
W. Lenhardt, S. McGovern, B. Schott, B
Thompson, D. Reeves, D, Thompson, G.
Patrick, Advisor Mr. Wisvvall.
The FFA started the season by initiating eleven new
members. Later, sixteen Greenhands were inducted.
On Oct. 8, Jay Booth left tor Kansas City tor the FFA
convention. There he attended a public speaking conven-
tion, toured the Armour Meat Company Plant and the
Kansas City Livestock Yard. and enioyed entertainment
by Hollywood stars.
Jay made a trip to his tormer school in Calitornia
betore returning to Toppenish.
Reo Clark captained the FFA basketball team which
played teams from surrounding chapters.
Other events of the year included a camping trip into
the hills. a parent-son banquet, an FFA and FHA picnic,
and a hot dog stand at the Livestock Show, where many
ot the boys exhibited their stock and saw the iudging ot
quality beet, swine and sheep.
The spotlight shines on you, the members of FHA. Under the leadership
of Barbara Wiswall and Mrs. Cheney, you worked "Toward New Horizons."
The year started with the initiation ol thirty-five new members at a candle-
light service conducted by the officers.
Other activities for the year included entering the first place float in the
Homecoming parade, putting on 'lhe Homecoming banquet, observing FHA
Week. and sponsoring a Harvest Dance, a Christmas Party, and a family
Delegates to the spring state meeting included Barbara Wiswall, Lucy
Stout, Nadine Dale, Janice Boob. and Shirley Van Cleave, who went as Can-
didates for the state homemalting degree.
These girls helped guide the group during their year of fun and worlr: Vice
President Lucy Stout, Secretary Ardeth Barnlield, Treasurer Joanne Layman,
Parliamentarian Susan Leming, Historian Joyce Carlton,
Lorton. and Reporter Lynette Cobb.
Song Leader Polly
J. Carlton, Advisor Mrs. Cheney, A. Barn-
field, J. Layman, B. Wiswall, P, Lorton, S.
Leming, Advisor Mrs. Dismukes. L. Stout.
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PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: F. Arens, M. Arens, A. Barnfield, S. Basey, D. Bender, C. Bittle, B. Bond,
J. Boob. SECOND ROW: P. Bowles, A. Bradbury, R. Bradley, M. Brooks, P. Brown, B. Burril, J. Cantu,
J. Carlton. THIRD ROW: B. Clark, L. Cobb, M. Cobb, D. Cole, L. Colwash, H. Corbett, N. Dale, D. Da-
vila. FOURTH ROW: J. Deyo, S. Dorn, A. Everett, R. Fernandez, F. Filer, Margie Garcia, Mary Garcia,
PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: B. George, P. Gordon, C. Griswold, N. Jones, S. Guevara, S. Hardy, A, Har-
graves, D. Heilman. SECOND ROW: R. Henning, M. Henry, C. Johnson, D. Kraft, M. Lacell, J. Layman
S. Leak, S, Leming. THIRD ROW: G. Lichtenberg, S. Lockett, L. Long, P. Lorton, M. Martinez, P. McCoy
J. McMican, E. O'Keefe. FOURTH ROW: B. Olson, B. Palmer, L. Palmer, L. Peterson, K. Pettit, G. Pinkham:
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l. J. Boob and S. VanCIeave
set the tables. 2. F.H.A. party.
Having fun? 3.. L. Colwash, N.
Dale and D. Hellman dish up
the chow. 4. A Barnfield and
P. Bowles help arrange the
tables. 5. M. Wageman and D.
Hill sell candy at the game.
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PICTURE ONE, FIRST ROW: J.
Rarick, D. Rishor, M. Rivard, M.
Rodriquez, N. Sailors, L. Snider.
SECOND ROW: K. Sainsbury, C.
S a I i n a s , S. Schademan, E.
Schmella, M. Schmella, V.
Schrnella, P. Smitz. THIRD ROW:
J. Seabrands, J. Sherwood, Lila
Simmons, Linda Simmons, E.
Smith, S. Smith, W. Smith.
PICTURE TWO, FIRST ROW: V.
Spencer, G. Spencer, A. Sutton,
ney, Advisor. SECOND ROW:
Cleave, D. Walker, T. Walls,
Mrs. Dismukes, Advisor. THIRD
Soto, J. Wells, B. Wolf, B. Wiswall, L.
Worsham, L. Stout. ABSENT: J. Patnode.
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You, members of National Torch Society, were spotlighted by the blue
and gold colors of your organization as you Worked throughout the year
to promote character, service, leadership, and scholarship. Club activity
began early in the fall when first semester officers were elected. They were
President Virginia Schmella, Vice President and Social Chairman Alan Regimbal
and Secretary Mary Belle Pettit. Advisors Miss Marguerite Hackett, Miss
Lorna Finch, Mr, Everett Cook, and Mr. Otis Hilton prepared to help with
the busy year.
Your main proiect for the year was the completion of a scholarship fund, to be presented to
a member of the Class of '55 who successfully completed one semester of college.
A turkey donation began the drive to raise money for the scholarship fund. It was followed
by a dance during basketball season and donations on a huge box of Valentine candy. The movie
"Titanic" shown in February, also helped the fund grow.
Your first social event of the season came in October when seniors Carol Hadley and Joe Fernandez V, Sehmella C Sl vers
were inducted as regular members at an informal luncheon. More members were added in January confer.
when six iuniors were pledged as probationary members at a surprise tapping ceremony during a
pep assembly. Honored were Donna Hill, Ardeth Barnfield, Margaret Shequin, Ellen Schmella, Dick
Ward, and Gus Parlier.
Second semester activities began with the election of oificers, Elected were President Carolyn Silvers, Vice President
and Social Chairman Ardeth Barnfield, Secretary Nellie Punch and Treasurer Gus Parlier.
They guided you through the spring events which included more money-making activities and which ended with a
banquet and formal induction ceremony for the iuniors. The iuniors who were chosen in the spring will be listed in
the supplement, and announcement of Top-Hi's first annual scholarship winner will also be recorded there.
FIRST ROW: J. Sherwood, N. Punch, C. Silvers, M. Murray, M. Pettit, Miss Hackett, C. Hadley. SECOND
ROW: Miss Finch, E. Schmella, V. Schmella, Mr. Hilton, A, Barnfield, B. Lybyer, M. Shequin, D. Hill,
J. Baker, J. Fernandez, A. Regimbal, G. Parlier, D. Ward, Mr. Cook, Mr, Strom.
collect money at movie.
l. M. Scalley G Parller
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3. New senior members, C. Hadley and J Fernandez
pose together. A. A. Regimbal, C. Silvers C Hadley
officers, C. Silvers,
Regimbal, M. Pettit.
5. J. Baker watches as Miss Hackett
opens farewell gift from Torch
members. Miss Hackett resigned in
February because of pressing bus-
iness. She had been an active and
helpful advisor of honor society for
1. J. Scalley wins Valentine
Candy from A. Barnfield. 2.
B. Lybyer changes 'records at
dance. 3. Second-semester
field, G. Parluer, N. Punch.
4. First Semester officers, V.
Schmella, J. Sherwood, A.
The four standards of honor society are character,
scholarship, leadership, and service.
All new members promise to uphold these standards
when they make the following pledge at the time of
"I pledge myself to uphold the high ideals of the
National Torch Society, to build a strong character in
myself and others, to further the advance of scholar-
ship, to carry aloft the torch of leadership and to
serve my school, my community and my country in
the interest of humanity."
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FIRST ROW: B. Bond, C. Johnson, B. Olsen, M, Rivard, S. Leming, K. Mosebar, M. Pettit, C. Silvers, S
Leak. SECOND ROW: D. McNall, K. Faulkner, M. Murray, B. Roberts, J. Christal, J. Donnelly, L. Worsham
G. Lichtenberg, M. Lacell. THIRD ROW: J. Hill, B. Nelson, David Hunt, L. Owens, G. Bates, K. Anderson
B. Leidy, L. Hamilton, FOURTH ROW: D. Thetford, R. McCargar, A. Barnfield, B. Hansen, M. D. McMican
J. Wells, L. Simmons. FIFTH ROW: N. Johnson, G. Bogart, L. Layman, C. Clark, L. Burgin.
PEP BAND-FIRST ROW: G. Fendell, J. Hubert, B. Thalheimer, L. Layman, G. Tollefson, G. Campbell,
Doug Hunt, M. Macias, S. McPherson, C. Silvers. SECOND ROW: J. Donnelly, R Johnson, T. Van Zwol,
N. Mayfield, B. Bond, M. Murray, S. Long, S. Leming, K. Mosebar, M. Pettit. THIRD ROW: M. Lacell, L.
Simmons, A. Barnfield, D. Hunt, R. McCargar, B. Nelson, N. Johnson, G. Bogart, J. Wells, M. D. Mc
Mican. FOURTH ROW: A. Dagenhart, M. Rodriguez, J. Sherwood, J. Burke, J. McMican, J. Layman, J.
Hill, D. Thetford, F. Garcia, P. Bowles.
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The Top-Hi band
came into the spot-
l i g ht before the
year b e g a n by
playing in the El-
Iensburg Rodeo pa-
rade and the Wa-
pato Harvest Festi-
Two concerts at
the Central Wash-
ington Fair in Ya-
in the 1954 Home-
coming parade and
playing for all foot-
ball games, parades, and home basketball games, rounded out the first semester's
The second semester schedule consisted of a concert, participation in the Cen-
tral Washington Music Festival in Sunnyside, and a Solo Contest in Yakima.
The fourth Annual Band Booster Drive was held in April and two major trips
were made by the band.
Ending the year, they furnished background music for the marching seniors
at Baccalaureate and Commencement.
FlRST ROW: R. Fernandez, Ruth Johnson, B. McPherson, E. Wilmeth, D. Punch, T, Van Zwol, M. Rank,
N, Mayfield, Mr. Tollefson. SECOND ROW: P. Bowles, C. Bittle, P. Gordon, M. Cobb, B. George, R.
Johnson, C. Lindsay, S. Long. THIRD ROW: S. Hardy, M. Rodriquez, J. Sherwood, J. Burke, J. Ide,
J. McMican, J. Layman, F. Garcia. FOURTH ROW: S. McPherson, M. Macias, J. Moore, G. Fendell, Douglas
Hunt, J. Campbell, G, Tollefson. FIFTH ROW: J. Hubert, A. Degenhart, E. Armiio, B. Thalheimer.
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TOP ROW: S. Sherwood, D. Henry, M. Scalley. BOTTOM ROW: C.
Walters, T. Van Zwol, G, Thomas.
R. McCargar L. McCord S. Merryman J. Moreno A. Regimbal
P. Stump B. Thalheimer D. Thetford T. Wentz G. Wicks
TOP ROW: D. Runyan, J. Erickson, L. Paggett. BOTTOM ROW: R. Hill,
R. O'Rear, A. Pinkl-mam, H, Ross.
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t in'uries they didn't win any of their games, but they
The Top-Hi Wildcats had an unlucky season this year. Due o I
went after all of them with lots of pep and high spirit.
The first game of the season was the best of the year, when the Ellensburg Bulldogs held the Wildcats to a 7-6 victory.
In the past years Toppenish has won its Homecoming game, but this year they failed to do so when the Warriors led
the Wildcats to a 34-6 victory. For the first time in quite a few years the Vikings beat Toppenish when they ran over
the Wildcats with a score of 14 to 7. Marquette finally broke the iinx that Toppenish had on it for the last two years
when they downed the Wildcats 26 to 13. On Armistice Day the Wildcats and the Wolves had their annual clash and
the Wolves came out the victor with a score of 46 to 13.
After only one game Bob Lybyer was out of the lineup when he suffered a neck iniury and couldn't play for the
remainder of the season. ln the Salah game Jerry Ingram received a broken finger, but finished the season 'playing great
ball. Probably the two worst iniuries of the season occurred in the Marquette game when Max Corpux got a broken collar
bone and John Grupe suffered a broken foot.
Three seniors will be long remembered by Toppenish football fans for their excellent playing ability. They are Jerry
Ingram, Joe Fernandez, and Alan Regimbal. Others who will graduate are Max Corpuz, Ron McCarger and Spencer
Durwood Thetford was cohsen All-Valley End on the second team of the All-Valley Players. Locally .lerry Ingram was
made Honorary Captain of the season because of his keeping the boys in high spirits in loss or win, and Joe Fernandez,
who played excellent ball during the season, was chosen Inspirational Player of the year.
t ear with most of this year's players being sophomores and
Coach Jake Schell plans on having a good season nex y
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Jackie Donnelly, our 1954 Homecoming Queen, held a place in the spotlight
October 22 and 23 during her reign over the annual Homecoming assembly,
banquet, game, and dance. At the assembly she was crowned by Jack King,
alumni president. Senior Princess Mary Sue Murray, Junior Princess Lynette Cobb,
Sophomore Princess Sharon Wyckoff, and Freshman Princess Elaine Wilmeth
made up her royalty.
Many alumni gathered for the events of the weekend and to renew old
The theme of the parade stressed the school bondf issue, and was part of a
campaign that later culminated successfully with a large majority vote favoring
an expanded school building program.
B. Rasmussen pins cor-
sage on J. Donnelly.
CROWNING OF QUEEN-Sophomore Princess
Sharon Wyckoff, Freshman Princess Elaine Wila
meth, Queen Jackie Donnelly, Senior Princess
Mary Sue Murray and Junior Princess Lynette
Cobb. Mr. King crowns Jackie.
COURT FLOAT-Princesses Sharon, Elaine, Queen
Jackie, Mary Sue and Lynette.
CHOIR FLOATfJ. Hin-
chey, J. Grupe and L.
Noonan. "VOTE YES"
was title of float.
WINNING F.H.A, FLOAT:
"TIME TO VOTE"-B
Wiswall and G. Visser
TICKET T A K E R s AND fy TUFI'
CUSTOMERSvL. Cobb, M. '
Nelson, Mr. Hilton, T.
Hilton and B. Rasmussen.
G. Arens, L. Barrientos, T. Clark, E. Johnson, J. Meagher.
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Wilson. Second row: Manager E. Tupling, J.
Barrientos, C. Clark. Third row: Manager G
Wicks, G. Kukes, G. Thomas.
All ages enioyed the games. M. Schmella, Mr. Schmella, Ticket Taker M. Burkhart.
Song leaders resulted in more fun
at the games. C. Silvers, L. Cobb,
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FIRST ROW: G. Scrivner, D. McNall, D. Niedermeyer. SECOND ROW: C. Davis, B. Gonsalez, L. Schott.
THIRD ROW: M. Macias, N. Clark, G. Zable.
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The spotlight on the basketball squad this year was not so dim forthe Toppenish Wildcats. Coach
Otis "Rook" Hilton found a team that fought hard all the way through the season, and also the
Wildcats had the advantages of height and experience.
Larry Barrientos, 5' 5", who played guard provedthat lack of height is not always a handicap.
He scored high in the season's games and his fast footwork and brilliant ball handling often
baffled the opposing players. This senior guard will be missed.
Tony Clark, 5' 9", also one of the team's main assets, played guard, showing good ball hand-
ling and excellent control. This senior player proved valuable in many tough spots. He scored
many field goals and free throws to keep his scoring in good shape.
Ed Johnson, 6' 3" senior, showed much improvement from last year and helped our team
to shine in the spotlight several times. His backboard shots and rebounds seemed to keep the
Wildcats scoring. Outstanding was his achievement in holding the league high-scorer, Harvey
Waltman of Marquette, down to 10 points, while scoring well himself. The Wildcats will surely
miss this senior center on next year's squad.
Next year's season will not be too dim for the Wildcats, however, as they have Gene Tollef-
son, placing fifth of the league for scoring, L. C. Davis, a fine guard as well as a good scorer,
and Jim Meagher, who might be called a game saver. All three of these boys stand over six
feet tall and saw a lot of action in the "A" squad. Also we have Ron Thomas, Ed Myers,
Lewis McCord, Tim Foster, Gene Arens, and Gene Schrivner, who all saw "A" squad action
and should be of value on the team next year.
The team as a whole ended the season with a 7-7 record and in the class "A" league placed
fourth. They played Pasco in a pre-tournament game to win a berth in the tournament by a
score of 60-53. This led to a game with Wapato, which they lost by a score of 66-47.
The "B" squad, consisting of all sophomores,will also be in there fighting for an "A" position
and will be tough competition. Coach Everett Cook guided this group through a successful season.
Nov. 27- Wapato Jamboree Top-Hi . ..... Third
Dec. 2- Top-Hi . . 29 Zillah ................. 25
Dec. 4- 'Wapato . ..... Top-Hi ........... 2243
Dec. 7- tTop-Hi White Swan ---.-.-.42
Dec. 11- Top-Hi . ...... Naches .............. 252
Dec. 21- +Zillah - Top-Hi .. ............. .34
Dec. 23- Wapato ..... Top-Hi . ..-W34
Jan. 7- Selah ...... Top-Hi ..... ....,... 4 9
Jan. 8- 'Highland Top-Hi ...., ........ 3 8
Jan. 14- Cle Elum . Top-Hi ..... .... .... 4 8
Jan. 15- "Top-Hi .... Prosser ..... ........ 4 2
Jan. 21- 'Top-Hi ..,... . ......, Naches .... ....... 5 7
Jan. 22- Marquette Top-Hi ..... ........ 3 9
Jan. 28- Grandview Top-Hi .......... . ..... 48
Jan. 29- 'Top-Hi .... Grandview ,......... 33
Feb. 4- "Top-Hi ..... . ...... Selah . ...... ........ 4 3
Feb. 5- Highland Top-Hi -. .......... ....32
Feb. 11- 'Top-Hi . .... .... . . Cle Elum ..... .......' . 37
Feb. 12- Top-Hi .... Prosser ..... ........ 4 1
Feb. 18- Naches ..... .... . Top-Hi .......... - ...44
Feb. 19- 'Top-Hi .... Marquette . ......... 55
Feb. 21- Top-Hi ..... .... 6 O Pasco .... ...... - .53
Feb. -25 Wapato . ...... . .... 66 Top-Hi ,.,,. .,.,,.,, 7 4
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You, the members of the Boxing Team, though you lost 4,
won 1 and tied l, fought and gave all you had when facing
the opponent. Five boys chosen to go to the tournament at
Prosser, Larry Little, Fred Garcia, Jerry Ingram, Sam Guevera
and Tony Wentz, faced tough opponents. Results will be given
in the supplement, Not pictured: Fred Garcia, Willard Gould,
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I-Top-Hi vs. Grandview, loses 47-13.
8-Top-Hi vs. Naches, loses 38-O.
15-Top-Hi vs Prosser, losses 19-6.
16-F.H.A. Regional Conference in Ellensburg.
22-23-Homecoming weekend. Queen Jackie Donnelly and her court
make appearance in parade, F.H.A. float takes first place. Wildcats
lose to Cle Elum 34-6.
29-Wildcats lose to Selah, 14-7. Top-Hi Band performs at Selah home-
5-Sophomore Assembly. Marquette wins over Top-Hi I3-26.
10-Exchange Assembly with Wapato.
ll-Annual Armistice game with Wapato, lose 13-46. G.A.A. and
Wildcat Carnival after game.
17-Matinee of senior class play, "Dirty Work at the Crossroads."
18-Night performance of the senior class play.
20-Student Conference in Yakima. '
25-Tohiscan to -Seattle.
27-Wapato Basketball Jamboree. Top-Hi "B" squad takes first place.
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T5-Baked Potato Banquet.
T7-Senior Ball, "Winter Wonderland."
CHRISTMAS VACATION UNTIL JANUARY 3.
7-Top-Hi meets Selah, loses 49-62.
8-Top-Hi meets Highland, loses 38-39.
T4-Top-Hi meets Cle Elum, loses 76-48.
T5-Top-Hi drops Prosser 46-42.
20-Boxing at Sunnyside.
2l-Top-Hi wins over Naches 62-57.
22-Top-Hi loses to Marquette 59-39.
27-March of Dimes assembly. Grandview boxing here
28-Top-Hi meets Grandview, loses 70-48.
29-Top-Hi meets Grandview, wins 49-33.
3-Boxing with Prosser.
4-Top-Hi drops Selah 52-43.
5-Top-Hi meets Highland, loses 47-32.
TO-Boxing with Grandview.
ll-Top-Hi drops Cle Elum 48-37.
l2-Top-Hi wins over Prosser 5l-41.
T7-Boxing with Prosser
'I8-Top-Hi vs Naches, loses 63-44.
T9-Top-Hi wins over Marquette 73-55.
-Playoff with Pasco, Top-Hi wins 60-53.
23-Honor Society movie, "Titanic." Boxing with Sunnyside.
25-Top-Hi vs Wapato in District Tournament, loses 66-47.
27-Tohiscan adventures to Satus Ski Lodge.
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8-9-Matinee of Junior class play, "Ramshackle Inn."
'IO-Evening performance of Junior play.
ii-Tri-District Boxing Tournament.
23-Public band concert.
1-Track, Ellensburg, Grandview and Wapato here.
6-Track at Ellensburg.
T4-Baseball with Wapato. Tennis with Wapato.
15-Track at Sunnyside. JUNIOR PROM AND BANQUET, "Neptune's
19-Tennis with Yakima.
20-Solo and Ensemble to Yakima.
21-Tennis with Ellensburg.
22-Track at Wapato. Baseball at Marquette.
23-Baseball and Tennis with Selah.
29-Baseball with Yakima. Night Track Meet.
3-Baseball with Ellensburg.
6-Track at Grandview. Baseball with Highland.
6-7-Sub-District at Yakima and Pasco.
13-Baseball with Naches.
I4-Track Sub-District Meet.
27-28-State Track Meet.
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T3. Commercial Awards: D. Davila, C, Silvers, J McMican N Punch S Gunnyon and Mss Garfield
4. Junior girls admire Class Rings, W. Smith, J Hinchey and l Dodd
ASB-President, Gene Tollefson, Vice President,
Rosalie Fernandez, Secretary, Susan Leming, Treas-
urer, Dick Ward, Activity Manager, Harold Ross.
GAA-President, Ellen Schmella, Vice President, Lola
Peterson, Secretary, Dorothy Kraft, Treasurer, Mary
Garcia, Activity Nlanagers, Judy Deyo and Carol
Mikesell, Point Committee Chairman, Susan Leming.
TIPS EDlTORfDonna Hill.
PEP CLUB-Pepsodent, Faye Arens, Scribbler, Bar-
bara Wiswall, Jingler, Mary Burkhardt, Social Chair-
man, Carol Huylar, Demerit Chairman, Donn'a Hill.
FFA - President, Reo Clark, Vice President, 'Vlike
Stump, Secretary, Jack, Bradish, Treasurer, Jerry
Booth, Reporter, Gene Scrivner, Sentinel, Wilbur
Lemltafdl- Dorothy Cordon Mary Lacell and Jackie Donnelly
TOH ISCAN EDlTORfArdeth Barntield.
1. Mr. Tollefson and band departmental award winners M. Murray and M. Pettit. 2. A. Barnfield gives
1955 Tohiscan to N. Dale. 3. Mr, Tollefson presents Arion Award for band to R. McCargar. A, Mr.
Weber and Choir departmental award winners J. Seabrands and J. Baker.
DRILL TEAM Leader Margaret Shequrn Assxstant
Janet Chase Flag Bearer Dorothy Buttle
FHA Presldent Lucy Stout Vlce Presldent Adelune
Soto Secretary Susle Lefnung Treasurer Ardeth
Barnfxe'd Reporter Margaret Rlvard Parltarnentar
lan Frances Fller Hustonan Rosalie Fernandez
CHEERLEADERS Dlxle Punch Mary Lacell Dorothy
Kraft Alternate Kay Lacy
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trophy to L, Barrientos. Mr, Hilton is also pleased. PICTURE FIVE: l.. Little, J. Ingram, and T. Wentz,
Sub-District Tournament at Yakima May 6-7
District Tournament at Pasco May 14. Top-Hi
placed twgiplayers, both receiving second.
Top-Hi April l
Ellensburg April 6
Sunnyside April I4
wapafo April 22
Top-Hi April 29
Grandview May 7
Selah May io
Sub-District Track Meet held at
IA. Top-Hi lst District Meet held at Yaki
May 21, Jay Booth was the only entrant
go to Pullman from Top-Hi.
PICTURE ONE: M. Scalley practicing tennis for tournament. PICTURE TWO: Benchwarmers at baseball
game. PICTURE THREE: B, Lybyer, J. Booth, J. Baker, J. Ide, E. Johnson, J. Bradish, A. Regimbal, L.
Huylar, and L, McCord, Sub-District track winners.
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To You, the CLASS OF 1955
"lt is not impossible to be successful. All achieve-
ments start with ideas. They have to first be thought
out, then worked out. They are waiting for someone
who believes they can and should be done.
"You are capable of accomplishing more-you can
do bigger and better things. By staying with ideas
you can achieve more success in your work, become
a greater figure in your community and exert more
influence in all affairs that affect your sphere of
influence . . .
AWARDS-American Legion: Bob Lybyer:
American Legion Auxiliary: Shirley Gun-
nyon: Annual Editor: Jackie Donnelly:
Arion, Band: Ron McCargar: A.S.B. Presi-
dent: Judy Scalley: Agriculture: Jay
Booth: Art: Gary Patton: Babe Ruth Sports-
manship: Nellie Punch, Bob Lybyer: Band
Service: Mary Sue Murray, Mary Belle
Pettit: Bankers' F.F.A.: Joe Fernandez:
Choir Service: Jane Seabrands, Jim Baker:
Commercial Department: Typing, Shirley
Gunnyon: Shorthand, Jackie McMican:
Bookkeeping, Carolyn Silvers: General,
Nellie Punch: D.A.R.: Nellie Punch: Ellens-
burg Solos: Band, Joyce Sherwood:
English: Joyce Sherwood: Evergreen Girls' State: Donna Hill: Evergreen Boys' State: Dick
Ward: Faculty Service: Mr. Cook: F.H,A. Service: Nadine Dale: G.A.A. Service: Sharron
Griffith: Journalism: Editor, Judy Scalley: Business Manager, Jim Baker: Math: Tony Clark:
Mechanics: Larry Barrientos: Outstanding Athlete: Alan Regimbal: Pah-Nah-Mo Home Economics:
Jane Seabrands: Plaques: Shirley Gunnyon, Jackie Donnelly, Tony Clark, Ron McCargar, Carol
Hadley, Spencer Merryman, Joanne Layman, Jackie McMican, Eddie Johnson, Jim Hubert,
Joyce Sherwood, Mary Sue Murray, Sharron Griffith, Virginia Schmella, Jay Booth, Nellie
Punch, Jerry Ingram, Joe Fernandez, Dorothy Gordon, Jim Baker, Gale Bogart, Judy Scalley,
Mary Belle Pettit, Alan Regimbal, Bob Lybyer, Carolyn Silvers, Jane Seabrands: Senior
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lT'S UP TO YOU
A. J. STROM
Service: Judy Scalley: School Spirit: Judy Scalley: Science: Tony Clark: Valedictorian: Virginia
Schmella: Salutatorian: Joyce Sherwood: Service Pins: Bob Lybyer, Alan Regimbal, Gary Patton,
Eddie Johnson, Judy Scalley, Mary Belle Pettit, Carolyn Silvers, Nellie Punch.
SCHOLARSHIPS: Valedictorian 5100 W.S,C., Virginia Schmella: George Washington Foundation
5200, Yakima Valley Junior College, Joyce Sherwood, Mary Sue Murray: Pah-Nah-Mo Nursing
Scholarship 5150, Mary Sue Murray: Central Memorial Hospital Nursing Scholarship 5150,
Mary Sue Murray: Mary Stone Beauty School 5300, Jackie Donnelly: Leadership Scholarship
C.W.C.E., 5150, Nellie Punch: Charm Beauty School 5125, Beverly Rasmussen, Edith Febus:
C.P.S. Scholarship 5200, Carolyn Silvers: W.S.C. Room Scholarship 5100, Tony Clark: Soroptimist
Nursing Scholarship 5250, Joyce Burke: Academic Scholarship Yakima Valley Junior College
5100, Jackie McMican: Music Scholarship, W.S.C. 5120 per year, Mary Belle Pettit,
1. HONOR STUDENTS-J. Sherwood,
V. Schmella, N. Punch, J. Burke, J.
McMican, M. Murray, B. Lybyelr,
M. Pettit, T. Clark, C. Silvers. 2.
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