Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)
- Class of 1957
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to you in recognition di' ll the assistance yo have given tow d gie su ss
every class who has passed through the halls of Top-Hi. Although you have I V C7
a full six periods a day you always find time to help and take a sincere
interest in the many extra-curricular events which are brought to you. A f L J
Regardless of the class or organization, be it either the junior-Senior -'
Prom programs or centerpiece or the choir concert posters, you '
are the first person the students think of to help them with ' I We 1
your artistic hands. With this TOHISCAN you have com- ' "
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you're buildi ow will return across the years, ricular hours of work into the creation of your V
across the miles t will soon take you away book. For them, part of Top-Hi's call will ring 'li
from Top-Hi, 1957. Al ggbur life you'll remem- up pleasant memories of work and fun together
ber the good times, the good friends, the work as members of an organization whose work lasts N'
and fun of our year together. To help you, through the years. We are a small group who A
Toppy, spirit of Top-Hi, wanders through these organize the material you give us. Our work is pr- ,'
pages, recording the highlights of the year, re- made possible through the patience and co- l .
minding you of your own memories. Our pages, operation of numerous teachers and students, l' "
like the pages of a phone directory, hold the and we wish to express our appreciation to all kJ
numbers with which you can dial your own who helped. We also extend our sincerest thanks '
special party-your own memories of each class, to our boosters who supported this year's., '
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as a team, each one doing his part well.
I know a special vote of thanks goes to our
advisor, Miss Finch, who guided us to our ulti-
mate goal of producing one of our finest year-
books, Top-Hi Calls.
Science Club .
Band . . .
Choir .......... .
Future Homemakers of America . . .
Future Farmers of America . .
Girls' Athletic Association . . .
Pep Club ...... .
Story, Coach. Schedule. Inspirational
Player and Honorary Captain . . .
Coaches, Team, and Managers . .
Coaches, Seniors, and Action . .
Pep Assemblies .....
Story, Coach, Schedule, Inspirational
Player and Honorary Captain . . .
Coaches, Team, and Managers . .
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18-19 Yell Leaders and Song Leaders .
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Spring Sports .
42-43 Pep Club Ticket Taker
Officers and History .... . 49 Officers and History ....
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The Science Club started
their year with the election of
their officers: President Darold Nie-
dermeyer, Vice-President Mike Scalley,
Secretary-Treasurer Kay Delaney, and Sergeant-
at-Arms Ray Hamilton. Miss Marion Ross is the club
visor. Everyone was busy during the year with their in-
dividual projects in electronics, rock collecting, microscopic work,
and model reactors. Their year was highlighted by the initiation
for the new members held December 18 and the field trips they
took throughout the school year hunting rocks and visiting places
of interest. An open house was held in the spring to display the
projects of the members and to end their year of activity.
President D. Niedermeyer and Advisor Miss Ross. J. Bradbury, P. Chissus, and D. Niedermeyer
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Row one: P. Gordon, R. Fernandez, E. Wilmelh, B. Olsen, M. Rivard, J. Davis, J. Silvers, C. Lindsay. Row Mo: L. Worsham, M. Rank, M.
Chandler, S. Hanson, M. Gosney, R. Smith, A. Affholler, C. Johnson. Row three: B. Campbell, D. Tabler, K. Radford, V. Higgins, J. Christal,
L. Gulsline, N. Mayfield, T. Van Zwol, J. lde. Row four: S. Leak, S. Hovis, P. Wells, S. Harlman, B. Massong, P. Chissus, C. Walden, S. Hardy.
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Row one: K. Pellil, R. Taft, D. Green, G. Campbell, M. Macias, L. Garcia, C. Bolhwell, J. Campbell, G. Fendell, J. Williams. Row Iwo: N.
Morford, P. Bowles, M. McMican, J. Wells, B. Newell, S. Delaney, L. Clark, B. Riley, L. Juarez, T. Chandler, R. Smith, G. May, L. Owens,
Row three: J. Strom, J. Smith, L. Layman, J. Leidy, C. Anderson, B. Hanson, P. Larlon, D. Walker, K. Delaney, H, Armiio, R. Nass, D. VanCleave.
Row four: W. Briggs, G. Thomas, E. Armiio, P. Smilh, S. Hixson, J. Dickey, J. Thomas, D. McVay.
'The Top-Hi band under the direction of
C. O. Tollefson had a very successful year.
Officers were President Norman Mayfield,
Vice-President Sandra Leak, and Secretary
Margaret Rivard. The band started the
year by playing at the Fourth of July
Parade and the Wapato Harvest Festival.
The band presented two concerts at the
Central Washington Fair in Yakima. Their
performances in 1956-57 included playing
for the Homecoming parade and all home
football and basketball games, They per-
formed at half-times and pep assemblies.
Many band members attended the solo
contest at Ellensburg,
In the spring the Band Boosters supplied
the funds for the trip to perform at the
Apple Blossom Festival.
Ending the year, they furnished back-
ground music for the graduating seniors
at Baccalaureate and Commencement.
Row one: J. Silvers, L. Worsham. Row two: C. Johnson, S. Leak,
B. Olsen. Row three: L. Gulsline, M. Gosney.
Mr. Sell and Choir
President C. Mikesell.
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Row one: K. Rice, M. Dorn, C. Mikesell, K. Sainsbury, K. Pettit.
Row two: D. Walker, J. Milner, L. Peterson, P. Lorton, M. Schmellc.
Performing at the Christmas
Assembly was the busy signal
for the Toppenish High School
Choir under the direction of Mr.
The choir also sponsored a
pep assembly: other projects
were their bake sale, an after-
game dance and their annual
In the spring members of the
choir attended contests in Idaho.
Kay Rice was selected to sing
there in the Northwest Choir.
1 'W' Mr. Sell directs Choir.
Mr. Sell and Glee Club President O. Solis.
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The officers for 1956-57 were
President Carol Mikesell, Vice-
President Bob Gonsalez, Secre-
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da Schrnella, Robe Chairman
Judy Deyo, and Accompanist
Left: Mr. Sell and Treble Tones.
Upper for left: Mr. Sell helps
S. Cobb and K. Tall.
Lower for left: K. Rice, D. Markham, and
P. Lorlon practice for assembly.
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Row one: K. Tafl, l, Thompson, D. Gorman, E. Glossen.
Row fwof F. Hope, S. Cobb, D. Johnson.
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J. Hill receives F. H. A. pin from O. Solis.
Row one: M. Allen, C. Anderson, E. Angiano, P. Auslin, S. Basey, C. Bitlle, P. Bowles, A. Bradbury, L. Brader, B. Camp
M. Chandler. Row lwof S. Cobb, L. Correa, J. Davis, S. Davis, F. Deere, K. Delaney, S. Delaney, M. Derrey, J. Deyo,
R. Kissler. Row fhree: B. Febus, R. Fernandez, F. Filer, G. Flelf, L. Franco, J. French, B. Garn, L. Gilmore, P. Gordon, F.
D. LeRoue. Row four: C. Griswold, L. Gulsline, A. Hamilton, F. Hamillon, S. Hardy, M. Hass, J. Hill, F. Hope, B. Huylar,
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M. Dorn, J. Edwards,
Glossen, M. Gosney,
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began planning a year of activity for 1956 57 Let s look through the FHA Directory with the aid of
the officers. President Lola Peterson, Vice President Ofelia Rodriguez Secretary Becky Kissler Treas
urer Diane Wells, Song Leader Marvalee Rank, Parliamentarian Carol Bittle. Historian Alice Oswalt,
and Reporter Olivia Solis. The directory pages were being turned by Mrs. Ruth Fricke, FHA advisor.
The pages were found to be filled with the year's schedule of activities given below.
The lines of the Future Homemakers of America were buzzing with excitement as the group
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Row one: C. Lindsay, L. Long, P. Lorton, C. McKee, J. Milner, E, Mims, D. Noonan, B. Olsen, P. O'Rear, A. Oswalt, K. Parkhurst. Row two-
J. Pescador, K. Pettit, E. Peilecke, M. Rank, E. Hanson, D. Rishor, M. Rivard, O. Rodriquez, K. Sainsbury, D. Sak, J. Schloss. Row three: M
Schmella, R. Shearer, J. Silvers, S. Smith, O. Solis, A. Soto, J. Spencer, D. Tabler, l. Thomson, T. Walls, S. Waggener. Row four B. Walker,
D. Walker, D. Wells, J. Wells, P. Wells, B. Wertenberger, E. Williams, P. Wornell, V. Weippert, l.. Worsham, S. Wyckoff.
C. Bittle Officers rehearse initiation parts.
President L Peterson
October 13 Hostess Chapter of Region 5 Conference A N g
November ...... . Sponsored Junior Red Cross Drive J
Basketball Season . .. . . Sold pop and candy at games
December 13 .. . Christmas party and Initiation
january 8. .. .. .. Sent representatives to Leadership Training Conference
January 26 . . . .. . . . .. After-game dance F' A
February 15 Pep Assembly. Representatives attended West Valley's Demonstration Day 'A
March 7 . . . . . Family Night
April 8-12 . . s . National FHA Week . i
April 11 Style Show
i May .. Installation of Officers
The pages of the FHA Directory close after a very successful year.
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Gene Scrivner hold the FFA emblem.
The local chapter of the Future
Farmers of America was called to
order by President Gene Scrivner
with the assistance of Vice-Presi-
dent Larry Schott, Secretary Dick
French, and Treasurer Ted Friend.
The FFA members participated
in many activities including the
Yakima Fair, the Pacific Interna-
tional at Portland, the FFA jam-
boree at Sunnyside, and the Potato
judging Contest at Ellensburg.
The insignia of the FFA is the
owl which stands for wisdom and
knowledge, the plow for labor, the
eagle for the national scope of op-
eration, the rising sun for progress,
and the ear of corn for common
Row one: J. Adams, G. Goeken, L. Andreas, M. Campbell.
Row two: F. Greer, D. Alderman, G. Griffith, G. Hcckner.
Row three: L. Schott, M. Schmoe, D. Stafford, M. Staub.
This was an eventful year for the Toppenish Chapter of FFA and every member profited from it.
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CALLING ALL GIRLS
I, Advisor Mrs. Champagne
Row one: M. Allen, C. Anderson, S. Basey, D. Bender, F. Bender, C. Billle, P. Bowles, A. Bradbury, L. Brader. Row two: R. Bradley, M. Brooks
C. Burch, B. Campbell, D. Chamberlain, P. Childress, J. Chrislal, S. Cobb, L. Correa. Row three: J. Davis, S. Davis, J. Deere, K. Delaney, S
Delaney, M. Derrey, J. Deyo, M. Dorn, S. Dorn, Jean Edwards. Row four: Judy Edwards, B. Febus, R. Fernandez, F. Filer, L. Franco, J
French, B. Garn, L. Gilmore, P. Gorman, P. Gordon.
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D. Wells and c G. A. A. initiale.
President Dixie Walker, Vice-President Diane Wells. Secretary Barbra Roberts, Treasurer Shirley
Dorn, Social Chairman Rosalie Shequin and Point Committee Chairman Carol Mikesell called the girls
to join in a year of many activities in the Girls' Athletic Association.
They rang the year in by initiating the new members arrayed in home-made football outfits. Other
activities sponsored by G.A.A. were the G.A. A. Carnival held on November 1 in the gymnasium, a
playday, dances, Sports Banquet, and basketball, volleyball and badminton tournaments.
The G. A. A. goal to promote good sportsmanship among the students was carried out to make the
Girls' Athletic Association one of the busiest lines around Top-Hi.
C. McKee and E. Malerich L. Worsham with customers P. Berg R. Fernandez, S. Leak, A. Soto,
at Carnival booth. and Darryl McNall. and K. Pettit at telegram booth.
Row one: J. Pescador, L. Peterson, K. Pettit, M. Rank, K. Rice, D. Rishor, M. Rivard, B. Roberts, O. 'Y K 'X
Rodriguez. Row two: J. Russell, N. Sailors, K. Sainsbury, D. Sak, J. Schloss, M. Schmella, R. Shearer, W X
R. Shequin, J. Silvers, S. Smith. Row three: O. Solis, A. Soto, J. Spencer, G. Spencer, M. Spencer, D.
Tabler, K. Taft, L. Worsham, S. Waggener, T. Walls. Row four: V. Weippert, D. Wells, J. Wells, P. '
Wells, B. Wertenberger, E. Williams, E. Wilmeth, S. Wood, P. Warnell, S. Wyckoff. Q9
Row one: M. Gosney, C. Griswold, J. Grubenhoff, L. Gulstine, A. Hamilton, F. Hamilton, B. Hanson, S. Hardy, M. Hass. Row two: B. Higgins,
J. Hill, M. Hinkle, J. Hunt, B. Huylar, J. Jeffers, C. Johnson, R. Kissler, S. Kissler, S. Leak. Row three: D. LeRoue, C. Lindsay, J. Lichtenberg,
G. Lichtenberg, L. Long, P. Lorton, E. Malerich, P. McCoy, M. McBain, C. McKee. Row four: E. Peilecke, C. Mikesell, J. Milner, S. Mosqueda,
D. Noonan, B. Olsen, A. Oswalt, B. Palmer, L. Palmer, K. Parkhurst.
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Selling HT" pins, initiating new members, leading school spirit, selling candy, participating in
assemblies and sponsoring school dances were a few of the activities in which the Pep Club showed
They started the year with President Kay Rice, Secretary Adeline Soto. Treasurer Bonnie Higgins.
and Demerit Committee Polly Lorton, Judy Deyo, and Carol Mikesell. Second semester officers were
President Ruth Bradley, Secretary Matilda Schmella, Treasurer Kathy Pettit, and Demerit Committee
Sue Hardy, Barbra Roberts, Rosalie Shequin. and Dorothy Noonan. Advisors were Mrs. Champagne
and Mr. Strom.
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R. Shearer, A. Orlloff, B. Garn, K. Sainsbury, B. Werlenberger.
C. Mikesell, J. Spencer, C. Wenlz, and J. Deyo
form spiral during performance.
Row one: D. Wells, Leader J. Russell, P. Gordon, J. Davis.
Row two: K. Taft, L. Worsham, E. Angiano, T. Walls, R.
Shequin, S. Wyckoff, C. Wenlz, B. Huylar. In background:
O. Rodriguez, cage manager.
P. Childress, T. Walls, and D. Noonan
lead drill leam.
R. Shequin puls cuff links
on T. Walls' blouse.
Under the leadership of Judy Russell, the tumbling
team spent many hours practicing for assemblies and
their half-time performances on january 18 and Feb-
ruary l5, where they made a colorful appearance in
their new uniforms of red and white polka-dot shorts
and white blouses.
A committee for planning
routines consisted of Judy
Russell, Diane Wells, Rosalie
Shequin, Eleanor Angiano.
Tommie Walls and Phyllis
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J Spencer C Mlkesell J Deyo P. Childress, T. Walls, D. Noonan.
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team were kept busy under
the direction of Drill Leader
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Wyckoff, T. Walls after tumbling
performance. Center: Mrs. Cham-
pagne assists D. Wells in doing the
Mr. Mirosh, Advisor
Row one J. Benz, D. Field, J. Gar-
ner. Row two: G. Zable, N. Clark,
C. Clark. Row three: J. Ide, R
Thalheimer, D. Garcia. Row four:
G. Thomas, President
CALL CDF THE WILD
The Wildcat Club had a very successful ye-ar under the leader-
ship of President Glen Thomas, Vice-President Ray Hamilton, and
Secretary-Treasurer Gene Scrivner.
Decked in arm bands and carrying paddles, they patrolled the
gymnasium during all sport activities.
They sponsored boxing cards, intramural football, basketball,
and softball, assemblies, field day, and a boy to Boys' State. They
helped officiate home track meets and intramural sports.
Mr. Mirosh served as their advisor.
G. Zable sands Wildcat paddle
Row one: D. McNall, G. Arens Row
two: M. Maslel, T. Friend, T. Van Zwol
Row three: R. Hamilton, G. Scnvner
Row four: J. Marlinez, M. McMrcun
J. Garner prepares for a pep assembly
Seated: B. Olsen, B. Werten-
berger, M. Mastel. Standing: D.
Johnson, R. Slagner, L. Palmer,
P. Lorton, B. Bond, K. Parkhurst,
E. Angiono, S. Kissler.
P. Childress and L. Palmer
view exchange papers.
Tips Editor Dixie Rishor, Assistant Editor Bev Olsen, Advisor
Mr. Berg, and the staff were busy meeting deadlines, gathering
scoops, reading copy, proof-reading, and selling papers.
Several representatives attended conferences and visited the
Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Selah. They sponsored dances and
a pep assembly. In the spring they were present at a banquet
with the TOHISCAN staff.
B. Werlenberger, L. Palmer, D. Rishor copy-read.
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B. Huylar and T. Sumner
Seafed: C. Johnson, C. Bittle, R. Fernandez, M. D. McMican, T. Sumner, and B. Herman.
Sfandingr M. Rivard, A. Soto, O. Solis, and M. Rank.
M. Rivard and B. Herman
Busy signals were heard from the Yearbook room
as Editor Gary Fendell, Advisor Miss Finch and the
staff enclosed the events within the cover of the 1957
They spent class time and other spare minutes
reading copy, taking pictures, writing stories, selling
annuals and talking pages. and making layouts to
record the memories which are part of Top-Hi's call
to all its students, past and present.
They attended a conference at Seattle. a Student
Conference at Yakima where they were the leaders
in the "A" division year-
book panel, enjoyed a
Christmas party and ex-
change, produced their
new sensation, the Talk-
ing Page, and spring va-
cationed in Seattle.
G. Fendell and Mass Funch
R Fernandez O Sol s and C Johnson R. Fernandez, G. Fendell, and Miss Finch
M. D. McMican and O. Solis
That's our cry.
Are we in il?
Yes, yes, yes!
The peppy sextet shown on
these pages led Top-Hi students
in yells and songs throughout
the school year.
Colorful costumes added to
their attractive appearance. The
cheerleaders were costumed in
gray capri pants and maroon
turtle-necked sweaters for foot-
gray honey-bun sweaters and
pleated plaid skirts for basketball season. The
songleaders wore outfits of white sweaters and ma-
roon pleated skirts for football season and white
sailor blouses and maroon pleated skirts for bas-
They will be remembered for their spirit and
pep which sparked the students of Top-Hi through
the sports seasons.
ball season and
Yell Leaders: Carol Johnson, Diane Wells, and Bev Olsen.
Hail to thee, our dear old Top-Hi, with your friendships true.
ln the days of tame and glory, you have seen us through.
Red and gray will be our symbolg we'll fight on for youp
Hail to thee, our dear old Top-Hip we'll remember you.
Songleaders: Carol Bittle, Becky Kissler, and Rosalie Fernandez. 31
"Dial T for Torch"
Mr. Cook, Mr. Strom,
Mr. Morin, and Miss Fincl'
Sealed: K. Delaney, A. Solo, F. Filer, L. Long, K. Rice, D. Noonan, B. Olsen, S. Ha
Iain, D. Walker, L. Pelerson, G. Fendell, D. Niedermeyer, N. Clark, S. Leak, D.
P. Bowles, R. Shequin.
The National Torch Honor Society had a very successful year with the
assistance of Leo Morin, Everett Cook, A. J. Strom. and Lorna Finch. First
semester officers were President Sue Hardy, Vice-President Francie Filer, Sec-
retary Adeline Soto, and Treasurer Laura Long: second semester leaders were
President Pam Bowles, Vice-President Dixie Rishor, Secretary Francie Filer,
and Treasurer Darold Niedermeyer. The sale of book cov-
ers and yarn octopi served as unique money-raising devices
for financing a S100 scholarship. The group also sponsored
a dance and a pep assembly. In January a formal initiation
was held for the new senior members. A banquet was held
in April at which 10 per cent of the Junior Class was in-
Belowf B. Olsen prepares
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serves S. Leak and F. Filer.
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. . . Top-Hi football fans . . . Coach Grubb speaking . . . The Wildcats
had a very fine season this year. At the start of the season they were
rated last but ended up in a tie for fourth place. The first three games
saw Top-Hi whip Grandview, Prosser, and Highland, with scores of
6-0, 6-0, and 18-0 respectively. Cle Elum, Top-Hi's next opponent, hand-
ed them their first defeat of the year, 19-6. One of the experiences of
the year was the weekend spent in Pullman, playing them in a non-
conference game and attending the Idaho-Arizona game. Selah proved
to be the superior team when they handed the Wildcats their third
Homecoming brought a joyful victory for Top-Hi when they ran
away from West Valley, 27-0. The last two games were not profitable
for Top-Hi. They had three injuries during the Marquette game in
which Toppenish lost, 32-0. Nolan Clark acquired a broken hand, Chip
Clark a broken collar bone, an Dale Austin a slight brain concussion.
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unable to play in the following
game, the annual Armistice Day
one with Wapato. This ended with
Top-Hi down, 24-6. A banquet giv-
en to the players by their mothers
climaxed the close of the '56-'57
football season and left the boys
full of memories and turkey.
Honors to team members includ-
ed the selection of Ted Friend,
guard, to Northern Division All-
Stars second team and halfback
Stan Hixson to the third team.
Honorable mention went to Gene
Successes in both scores and
morale were partly due to the spirit
of Glen Thomas, Honorary Cap-
tain, and Chip Clark, Inspirational
Player, who also shared Honorary
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For your help in coaching us and giving
us lessons not only for football but 'for
future life in ,team work, hard play and
the building of character, we thank you,
Mr. Grubb, Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Gray.
YOUR TEAM OF '56
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G. Scrlvner and coach
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Swami Peterson foretells future
Pep Club lnltlates entertain.
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COACH SAM MITCHELL
Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Cook.
We, the tearn, would like to
thank you for showing us
that basketball can be fun
and that it is best to be good
sports whether we win or
lose. For all of this and more
we would like to say
Your team of '56-'57
The Top-Hi Wildcats had a very thrilling season, starting slowly and
working up momentum as they progressed toward a place in the Class A
District Tournament. In their pre-season appearance at the Wapato
Jamboree they were green and inexperienced, and placed last. The next
two games were lost to the Wolves of Wapato.
The breaks didn't go Top-Hi's way the first half of the season. Fans
saw the Wildcats lose the first two league games in overtime to Highland
and Cle Elum. The team went to Seattle for two non-conference games
in which they emerged victorious over both Shoreline and Bothell, the
former being an overtime game. Coming back from Seattle the Wildcats
went down fighting against Marquette: the next night Top-Hi smashed
Grandview. In a thrilling game against Naches, the 'cats were dropped in
overtime but came back in another thriller against Selah and took a vic-
tory home. This began Top-Hi's winning drive resulting in ten victories
of their last twelve games. The first victim was Prosser. Then the team
edged out West Valley in an overtime game but were stopped cold by
Highland. They continued with another win over West Valley and were
stopped again, this time by Cle Elum. The Wildcats really began put-
ting on the pressure and took their next five games, with Grandview.
Marquette, Naches, Selah, and Prosser.
The boys came into a tie for fourth place with Grandview after the
latter dropped their last game to Marquette. In the playoff game Top-Hi
was the victor for the third time over Grandview. This win gained the
'cats a place in the district tournament.
Top-Hi's first tournament game, before stands filled with Top-Hi
rooters, was lost to their old-time rival, Wapato. In the second game the
Wildcats came back fighting and eliminated Yakima from the tourna-
ment, but in the third game they were beaten by Marquette and lost their
place in the tournament.
Top-Hi's fighting squad amazed and pleased fans in the community
and school by a season notable for its slow start and fine finish. Honored
by being selected by the sports writers in Yakima to the All-Stars from
the A Class Teams were Jan Garner, first team: Gene Arens, second
team: honorable mention went to Glen Thomas and Chip Clark.
Chosen by their own teammates were inspirational player Gene Arens
and honorary captain Jan Garner, pictured on the following page.
' SENIORS: B. Gonsalez, M. Mccias, C. Clark, G. Scrivner, G. Thomas,
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Lower left: BEFORE THE BALL-B. Wertenberger, T. Walls, M. Scclley,
K. Hyatt, and J. Deyo.
Upper left: PLAY TICKETS-D. Bender, S. Dorn, D. LeRoue.
Upper right: COLLEGE CONFERENCE-M. Schmellc, S. Smith, and M. Rivurd.
Lower right: OFFICERS AND ADVISORS-Mr. Morin, Mr. Bothwell, R. Bradley,
D. Rishor, B. Kissler, Mr. Mnsciotro, and Mr. Bedard. Kneeling: G.
Wicks, P. Berg, and W. Bond.
The class of '57 began their last year at Top-Hi with
President Paul Berg, Vice-President Dixie Rishor, Secre-
tary Becky Kissler, Treasurer Ruth Bradley, Social
Chairman Gerry Wicks, and Sergeant-at-Arms Warren
Bond. Mr. Carl Bothwell, Mr. Leo Morin, and Mr.
Tony Masciotra were their advisors.
They chalked up quite a few memories by attending
the college conference, sponsoring after-game dances,
participating in assemblies and making graduation plans.
The group chose blue and white for their colors and
blue for their robes. "Out of the harbor and into the sea"
became their motto: pink carnations were chosen to be
As royalty for the Senior Ball, "Canadian Sunset,"
on December 7 , they chose Rosalie Fernandez and Nolan
"The Late Christopher Bean," the senior class play,
was presented on November 16.
The Senior Award Assembly and Baccalaureate and
the night of May 29 will be remembered by the seniors
when Top-Hi calls.
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Pic. three: L. Layman ond R. Leonard.
The senior class presented
t'The Late Christopher
Bean," directed by David
Berg, November 16. The play
was a delightful satire por-
traying the effect of potential
Wealth on the character de-
velopment of Dr. Haggette, a
country doctor played by
Darryl McNal1, who discov-
ers that in his possession are
many valuable paintings.
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ed by the situation, which re-
sults in many comic and re-
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trees, sleigh, and snow flakes will always be
remembered as symbols of the 1956-57 Senior
Ball, with its theme of Canadian Sunset.
Darold Niedermeyer, general chairman of the
ball, ably directed the decorating and pro-
duction of the ball.
Pic. five: S. Hixson and D. Tabler. Pic. six. B. Olsen and G.
Thomas. Pic. seven: R. Kissler and D. Niedermeyer. Pic. eight. 5
M. McMican and C. Burch.
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GENE ARENS-Wildcats 11-127 class play 127 basket-
ball 10-11-12, captain 12.
DOLORES BENDER-FHA 107 GAA 10-11-127 class
JACK BENZ-Science Club 10-11-127 Wildcats 127
class crew 127 tennis 11-12.
CAROL BITTLE - Tohiscan 117 class treasurer 107
Pep Club 11-125 honorary Wildcat member 127
FHA 10-11-12, parliamentarian 127 GAA 10-11-127
Tips staff 10-11-12, business manager 115 Board
of Control 117 class crew ll-127 all school plays
student director 117 band 10-11-12, reporter 127
song queen 11-127 Student Conference 11-127 solo
contest 127 Yearbook Conference 127 College Con-
ference usher 11.
PAUL BERG-Class president 10-127 Board of Control
10-127 class play 117 Student Conference 10-12.
Transferred from Zillah 11. Lettermen's Club 10-
117 clarinet quartet 10-117 manager school store
107 Activity Awurd 11.
WARREN BOND-Class sergeant-at-arms 12.
PAMALA BOWLES-Torch 11-12, president 127 FHA
10-11-127 GAA 10-11-127 class crew 11-121 Board
of Control 127 band 10-11-12, secretary 117 pep
bond 10-11-127 solo contest 127 Salututoricm.
ALICE BRADBURY-FHA 10-11-127 GAA 10-11-12.
LORRAINE BRADER-Pep Club 11-127 FHA 10-11-127
GAA 10-11-125 class crew 11-127 all-school crew
117 Student Conference 10.
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RUTH BRADLEY-Class treasurer 125 Pep Club 11-12,
president 125 FHA 105 GAA 10-11-125 Board of
Control 125 class crew 115 drill team 11-12.
MARLENE BROOKS-FHA 10-115 GAA 10-11-125 Board
of Control 115 class crew 11-125 band 105 Student
BOB CA RAWAY
MUNDO CASTANEDA-Class crew 125 choir 10-11-12,
CHIP CLARK-Wildcats 10-11-125 baseball 10-11-125
football 10-11-125 basketball 10-11-125 band 105
inspirational football player 125 honorary captain
for football 12.
NOLAN CLARK-Science Club 10-115 Wildcats 125
Torch 11-125 junior leader 115 Board of Control 12,
ASB president 125 class crew 125 student director
junior play 115 baseball 11-125 football 10-125
Ball King 125 Student Conference 125 Commence-
JUDY DEYO-Pep Club 11-125 FHA 10-125 GAA 10-11-
12, activity manager 115 class play 11-125 Student
Conference 105 choir 125 drill team 10-11-12,
assistant leader 125 Junior-Senior Banquet chair-
SHIRLEY DORN-FHA 105 GAA 10-11-12, treasurer 125
class crew 11-12.
MARVIN ESTES-Transferred from Wapato 11.
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J. ERICKSON K. FAULKNER G. FEI
JOHN ERICKSON-Track 12.
KEN FAULKNER-Tohiscan 10-11-12, business man-
ager 125 Science Club 125 class crew 12, business
manager 125 band 10-11, pep band 115 Student
GARY FENDELL-Tohiscan 10-11-12, editor 125 Torch
ll-125 bond 10-ll-12, pep band 10-11-125 Stu-
dent Conference Yearbook leoder 125 College
Conference usher 115 Board of Control 127 Year-
book Conference 11-125 Commencement speaker.
ROSALIE FERNANDEZ-Tohiscan 11-125 class vice-
president 105 Pep Club 11-125 FHA 10-11-12, his-
torian 115 GAA 10-11-125 honorary Wildcat mem-
ber 125 junior leader 115 Board of Control 115
ASB vice-president 115 class crew 125 band 10-11-
12, pep band 115 Senior Ball Queen 125 Song
Queen 125 Student Conference 11-125 College
Conference usher 11.
FRANCIE FILER-Pep Club 11-125 Torch 11-12, vice-
president 12, secretary 125 FHA 10-11-12, parlia-
mentarian 115 GAA 10-11-127 class crew 125 class
play student director 115 Student Conference 115
DICK FRENCH-FFA 10-11-12, secretary 11-125 track
BERNIECE GEORGE-Band 10-11-125 pep band 10-
RON GLEASON-Football manager 10. Rl FRENCH
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B. GONSALEZ P. GORDON
FLORA GLOSSEN-FHA 10-12, choir 12.
"A BOB GONSALEZ-Football 10-12: basketball 10-11-
12, choir 12, vice-president 12.
PHYLLIS GORDON-Pep Club 11-12, social chairman
12, FHA 10-11-12, GAA 10-11-12, senior class
play 12, band 10-11-12, tumbling team 10-11-12,
N, Homecoming Princess 12.
DAPHNE GORMAN-Transferred from Sunnyside 12.
FHA 10, GAA 11-12, choir 10-11, Glee Club 12.
CHARLOTTE GRISWOLD-FHA 10-11-12, GAA 10-11-
12, choir 10-11-12, sextet 10, octet 11, Treble
Tones 12, drill team 11-12.
GARY HACKNER-FFA 10-11-12, reporter 12.
EDITH HANSON-FHA 11-12, GAA 10-11, Homecom-
ing Princess 11.
SUE HARDY--Science Club 10-11-12, vice president
11, secretary-treasurer 10, Pep Club 12, demerit
chairman 12, Torch 11-12, president 12, FHA 10-
11-12, 'GAA 10-11-12, Board of Control 11-12,
'gli class crew 11-12, band 10-12, librarian 10, pep
if band 10-12, Student Conference 11-12, Com-
F. GLOSSEN GLEN HEAD-Wildcats 11-12, Tips staff 11-12, busi-
ness manager 12, boxing 10.
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L. HENNING D. HENRY
DONALD HENRY--FFA 'IO-II-12, sentinel 12.
BOB HERMAN-Tohiscan ll-T25 Science Club ll-T25
Tips stall 127 class play 'lip class crew T25 football
II: Student Conference I2.
BONNIE HIGGINS--Pep Club IIJ2, treasurer 125
FHA IO-Hg GAA IO-ll-127 Tips staff II, class
crew II-I2g general chairman Junior Prom II,
Student Conference Il, drill team 'll-125 Top-Hi
RON HILL-Baseball II'I2g football IO-II-127 all
school ploy II.
KENNY HYATT-FFA IO: class crew 125 class play lip
JIM IDE-Wildcats IO-ll-T25 class play llg football
125 track I0-II-IZ: band IO-II-I2, pep band II-
I2, assistant drill master l2, dance band IZ.
L LANSDEN L. LAYMAN
REBECCA KISSLER-Class secretary 125 Pep Club 11-
125 honorary Wildcat member 125 FHA 11-12, sec-
retary 125 GAA 11-125 all school plays 10-115
Song Queen 125 Student Conference 125 choir 11-
12. Transferred from Quincy 115 class ploy 115
class vice-president 115101111 10-11.
LLOYD LANSDEN-Track 10-11-12.
LARRY LAYMAN-Dixieland band 10-11-125 class play
11-125 band 10-11-12, pep bond 10-11-12, solo
contest 125 drill team drummer 10-11-12.
SANDRA LEAK-Class treasurer 115 Pep Club 11-125
Torch 11-125 FHA 105 GAA 10-11-125 Board of
Control 125 ASB treasurer 125 class play 11-125
band 10-11-12, vice-president 12, drum maiorette
10-11-12, pep band 11, solo contest 125 Student
Conference 125 Commencement speaker.
JERRY LEDFORD-Made Wildcat sign 11.
RONALD LEONARD-Class play 125 class crew 115
football 115 track 105 built "Toppy" 11.
DOLLY LeROUE-FHA 125 GAA 10-11-125 class crew
11-125 all school ploy 115 all school crew 11.
JERRY LICHTENBERG-FHA 105 GAA 10-11-125 class
crew 115 bond 10-11, pep band11.
LAURA LONG-Science Club 10-11-12, vice-president
10, secretary-treasurer 115 Torch 11-12, treasurer
125 FHA 10-11-125 GAA 10-11-127 class crew 11-
125 Girls' State 115 Commencement speaker.
P. McCOY M. McBAlN
POLLY LORTON-Pep Club 11-12, demerit chairman
12, FHA 10-12, GAA 10-11-12, Tips staff 12, busi-
ness manager 12, class play 12, class crew 11,
band 11-12, pep band 12, choir 10-12, social
chairman 12, Treble Tones 12.
PAT McCOY-GAA 10-11-12, FHA 10-11.
MAXINE McBAlN--FHA 10-11, GAA 10-11-12, choir
10-12, Glee Club 12.
DARRYL McNALL-Class president 10, Wildcats 11-12,
Board of Control 10, class play 11-12, baseball ll,
basketball 10, band 10.
MIKE MACIAS-Football 11, basketball 10-11-12,
track 10, band 10-11-12, pep band 11-12.
JOE MARTINEZ-Wildcats 11-12, FFA 12, baseball
11, boxing 10, choir 11-12.
RAY MATHIS-Senior class crew 12, all-school play 11.
NORMAN MAYFIELD-Dixieland band 12, quartet ll-
12, Board of Control 12, band 10-11-12, president
12, pep band10-11-12.
CAROL MIKESELL-Class social chairman 10, Pep Club
11-12, GAA 10-11-12, point committee chairman
12, Board of Control 12, Student Conference 10-
11-12, Girls' State 11, choir 10-11-12, president
12, librarian 10-11, sextet 10, octet 11, Treble
Tones 12, solo contest 10, GAA activity manager
11, drill team 11-12.
D. NOONAN B. OLSEN P. O'REAR
DAROLD NIEDERMEYER--Science Club 10-11-12, pres-
ident 125 Torch 12, treasurer 125 Board of Control
125 general chairman of Senior Ball 125 Student
Conference 125 basketball 10-11-12.
DOROTHY NOONAN-Class secretary 105 Pep Club
11-125 social chairman 125 Torch 11-125 FHA 10-
125 GAA 10-11-12, secretary 115 Board of Control
125 ASB secretary 125 yell leader 115 Student Con-
ference 115 choir 10-11-12, vice-president 115 drill
team 11-12, leader 125 honorary Wildcat mem-
BEV OLSEN-Science Club 125 Pep Club 11-125 hon-
orary Wildcat member 125 Torch 11-125 FHA 10-
11-125 GAA 10-11-125 Tips staff 11-12, business
manager 115 class crew 125 class play 115 band
10-11-12, maiorette 10-11-12, pep band 115 yell
leader 125 Student Conference 125 tumbling team
10-1155010 contest 10-125 Press Conference 11-12.
PATTY O'REAR-FHA 10-12.
RAY O'REAR-FFA 125 football 10-11-12.
ALICE OSWALT-Pep Club 125 FHA 10-11-12, his-
torian 125 GAA 10-11-125 choir 12.
LOLA PETERSON-Class secretary 115 Pep Club 11-125
Torch 11-12, secretary 115 FHA 10-11-12, president
12, songleader 115 GAA 10-11-12, vice-president
115 Board of Control 125 class play 115 class crew
125 Student Conference 11-127 choir 10-11-125 Hi-
Tops 107 octet 11, Treble Tones 12, All-State choir
115 drill team 11-125 Commencement speaker.
THY PETTIT-Pep Club 11-12, treasurer 125 FHA 10-
D' NEDERMEYER 11-12, GAA 10.11-12, Tips staff 12, business man-
R. O-REAR 8-Eager 125 class crew 125 band 11-12, pep band 125
choir 12, choir pianist 12, Treble Tones 12, solo
A. oswAn contest 12.
DIXIE PUNCH-August 28, 1939-June 10, 1955.
Pep Club, demerit commitlee5 cheerleader5
GAA5 maiorette, band.
J. SCHLOSS ,
D. RISHOR M. RIVARD
KAY RICE-Pep Club 11-12, president 12, Torch 11-
12, GAA 10-11-12, Board of Control 12, class
crew 11, Student Conference 11-12, choir 10-11-
12, treasurer 12, Treble Tones 12, All-Stale choir
11, sextet 10, octet 11, Northwest choir 12.
DIXIE RISHOR-Pep Club 11-12, class vice-president
12, Torch 12, vice-president 12, FHA 10-11-12,
GAA 10-11-12, Tips staff 1O-11-12, editor 12,
Board of Control 12, class crew 11-12, Student
MARGARET RIVARD-Tohiscon 12, Science Club 10-
11 ,FHA' 10-11-12, reporter 11, GAA 10-11-12,
Pep Club 12, class crew 11-12, band 10-11-12,
secretary 12, librarian 11, pep band 11-12, en-
semble contest 12, Yearbook Conference 12, Com-
KENNY ROWE-All-school play 11.
NOLA SAILORS-FHA 10, GAA 10-11-12.
CARMEN SALINAS-FHA 10-11, GAA 10-11.
MIKE SCALLEY-Science Club 10-11-12, vice-president
12, Wildcats 10-11, class crew 12, tennis 10-11-12,
Student Conference 10,
JOAN SCHLOSS-FHA 12, GAA 10-11-12, class crew
12, drill team 12, tumbling team 10.
MATILDA SCHMELLA-Pep Club 12, secretary 12, FHA
10-11-12, GAA 10-11-12, class play 12, choir 10-
11-12, librarian 12, Treble Tones 12, octet 11.
LARRY SCHOTT-FFA 10-11-12, vice-president 12, re-
porter 11, basketball 10-11, track 10-11, Student
Conference 12, FFA delegate to Kansas City, Mis-
souri, 12, Portland judging team 12, parliamentary
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GENE SCRIVNER-Class vice-president 11, Wildcats
11-12, secretary-treasurer 12, FFA 10-11-12, presi-
dent 12, reporter 11, Board of Control 12, base-
ball 10-11-12, football 10-11-12, basketball 10-
SPENCER SHERWOOD-Football 12, baseball mon-
ager 10-11, band 11-12, pep band 11.
DONNA STAUB-GAA 10-11-12.
AL STEPHENS-Football 10, track 10-11-12.
SHARON LYNN SMITH-Science Club 10-11, secre-
tary-treasurer 11, Pep Club 11-12, FHA 10-11-12,
GAA 10-11-12, class crew 11-12.
ADELINE SOTO-Tohiscan 12, Pep Club 11-12, secre-
tary 12, Torch 11-12, secretary 12, FHA 10-11-12,
vice-president 11, GAA 10-11-12, Tips staff 11-12,
class crew 12, business manager 11, all school
crew 11, tennis 10-11-12, Student Conference 12,
drill team 12, Commencement speaker.
MARLENE SPENCER-FHA 10-11, GAA 10-11-12, tum-
bling team 10.
BOB THALHEIMER-Class activity manager 11, Wild-
cats l0-1l-12, Board of Control 10-12, ASB ac-
tivity manager 12, class crew 11, baseball 10-11-
12, football 10-11-12, band 10-11, pep band 10-
11, Student Conference 10-12, Wildcat sergeant-
GLEN THOMAS-Dixieland band 10-12, class presi-
dent 11, Wildcats 11-12, president 12, Board of
Control 11-12, baseball 10-11-12, football 12,
basketball 10-11-12, band 10-12, drill leader 12,
pep band 10-12, Student Conference 11-12, Boys'
State 11, honorary football captain 12.
EDDIE TUPLING--Class play 12.
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TED VAN ZWOL-Science Club 127 clarinet quartet
11-127 Wildcats 127 class crew 11-125 football 11-
127 baseball manager 10-117 band 10-11-12, stu-
dent director 12, pep band 10-11-12.
DIXIE WALKER-Pep Club 11-127 Torch 127 FHA 10-
11-127 GAA 10-11-12, president 127 Board of
Control 127 class play 11-127 band 11-12, pep
band 11-127 Student Conference 127 Treble Tones
TOMMIE SUE WALLS-Pep Club 11-127 FHA 10-11-
127 GAA 10-11-127 Tips staff 107 class crew 127
drill team 11-12, flag bearer 127 tumbling team
JACKIE WELLS-Brass sextet 115 FHA 10-11-127 GAA
10-11-127 band 10-11-12, pep band 10-11-12.
BONITA WERTENBERGER-FHA 10-11-127 GAA IO-
11-125 Tips staff 127 Board of Control 107 class
crew 127 class ploy 117 Homecoming Queen 127
Student Conference 107 drill team 12
GERRY WICKS-Student director 12- football 10' class
social chairman 12.
LARRY WILSON-Class crew 127 class play 117 base
ball 107 basketball 10-11.
PHYLLIS WORNELL-FHA 127 GAA 10-11-12
SHARON WYCKOFF-Pep AClub 11-127 FHA 10-11-12
GAA 10-11-127 all-school play 117 Homecoming
Princess 107 tumbling team 10-11-12.
GALE ZABLE-Wildcats 10-11-127 track 107 basket-
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"TIME OUT FDR GINGER"
4'Time Out for Ginger." a story of
a modern New York family, tells of
Ginger CDiane Wellsj a 13-year-old
tomboy whose only wish is to become
a football player. All efforts by her
parents CM. D. McMican and Sharon
Baseyj, to discourage her are all in
This action-packed play was pre-
sented on Thursday, February 26th.
Mr. Masciotra directed the cast with
Marvalee Rank serving as student di-
Af leff: B. Olsen prepares K. Delaney for the play.
D. Wells views audience. S. Basey, C. Johnson
and B. McClure primp. S. Basey, B. McClure and
Af right S. Basey, C. Johnson and a knockout,
Members of casl ol curlain call. Direclor Mr. Mas-
ciolra and Sludenl Director M. Rank. Football fan
M. McMican and S. Basey.
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The Junior Class had a very active year - i
holding raffles, car washes, and chili and pennant , fhA i . W y A-Q '
sales. They also sponsored noon movies, two V
dances, and a pep assembly. The officers were fy, f ii ski..
President jan Garner, Vice-President Duane ' ,x 'fi '
Field, Secretary Janice Grubenhoff, Treasurer rl .J J A '
Sharon Basey, and Social Chairman Carol John- F.,-' wx I7 ' Z
son. In the fall the class members elected Janice '
Grubenhoff as Junior Homecoming Princess: in ' D V, A g y
February, they presented a humorous play en- x e y ,
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held their Prom and Banquet. Class advisors 0 M S ii 'Vi' 'EY EE 5 5
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M. Caslillo, R. Flock, R. George
G. Gibson, l, Guier, W. Har-
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M . lamebull, A. Lekoue, M. Morris
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Mr. Gray, Mr. Cook, B. Huylar, A. Hamillon, B Ca
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M. Allen L. Andreas and B, Massong.
' With President Jerry Tobia presiding, the class of
V 1 , '59 got under Way with their year of activities. Helping
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iii' X 'J 1 X game dance, a car wash, a rummage sale, and the sale
L. Bangs J. Barnes F' Bender of pennants and apples at the games. Char-
lene Wentz was elected as Homecoming
Princess from the sophomore class in the
7, , fall. Class advisors were Everett Cook, Lee
'ln S 'H' Gray, Sam Mitchell, and Elsie Tittsworth.
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Rishor, B. Wertenberger, and L. Wilson.
Pic. 2: Mr. Berg, B. Olsen, M. Castaneda, K.
Hyatt, D. McNall and Miss Finch prepare
for Senior Class play. Pic. 3: C. Mikesell
and P. Bowles decorate for the Senior Ball.
Pic. 4: S. Dorn, R. Bradley, K. Pettit and F.
Filer between classes. Pic. 5: J. Benz and
K. Rice in the clinic. Pic. 6: P. Bowles and
T. Walls hang streamers for the Senior
Pic. l: S. Basey, B. McClure and C. Johnson
rehearse for Junior Class play. Pic. 2: M, Mas-
tel and R. Holmes at a football game. Pic. 3:
M. Rank as Miss Peppy at a pep assembly.
Pic. 4: M. McMican, M. Mastel, and J. Leidy
pay for class rings. Pic. 5: G. Clark, G. Bates,
S. Basey, C. Lindsay. Pic. 6: S. Seely at Junior
Class play rehearsal. Pic. 7: Cottonpicking
turkey pluckers R. Shequin and Senior C. Bit-
tle. Pic. 7: Pep Club initiates C, Johnson, R.
Shequin and B. Roberts.
Pic. 7: Elder studies. Pic. 2: G, Flett turns in
assignment. Pic. 3: B. Febus and L. Gilmore
dance in P. E. Pic 4: B. Campbell and P. Wells
enter classroom. Pic. 5: J. Silvers and J. Ed-
wards straighten band uniform.
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Oswalt, R. Leonard, F. Glossen, E.
. Hanson and D. Noonan. Pic. 2: D.
Walker and L. Peterson prepare to have their pictures taken.
Pic. 3: R. Kissler and R. Fernandez practice for assemblies. Pic.
4: G. Zable looks for a book in the library. Pic. 5: B. Olsen
studies list of top ten songs. Pic, 6: Party at Senior Class play
rehearsal includes N. Clark, L. Long, R. Fernandez and S. Hardy.
Pic. 7: Basketball team's victory cake.
Pic. 1: J. Russell with some of
her drawings. Pic. 2: R. Hamilton
and J. Grubenhoff at college
conference. Pic. 3: R. Shequin
and D. Wells in the hall. Pic. 4:
J. Dickey, R. Cole, K. Barnes, B.
Fike, and J. Bell relax in the
warm spring weather,
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over problems. Pic, 2: J. Hill, M. Allen,
D. Sak, and B. Huylar between classes.
Pic. 3: D. Sak, M. Allen, and F. Bender
help Mrs. Champagne. Pic. 4: J. Fer-
geson, L. Corea, and J. Reilly bisect a
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The Board of Control was led by President Nolan Clark, Vice-President Barbra Roberts, Secre-
tary Dorothy Noonan, and Treasurer Sandra Leak. The advisor was A. J. Strom, high school principal.
A big event of the year sponsored by the Board of Control was the A. S.B. Mixer which was held in the
Junior High gymnasium in September. The "Music Makers" furnished the music. In January, they
sponsored the March of Dimes Assembly. All of the proceeds went to the March of Dimes.
Froni: G. Long, G. Fendell, J. Garner, N. Mayfield, J. Tabla. Cenfer: D. Niedermeyer, G. Thomas, J. Reilly, P. Berg, D. Mark-
ham, G, Scrivner. Back: K. Rice, C. Mikesell, D. Rishor, J. Grubenhoff, S. Hardy, R. Bradley, L. Pelerson, D. Walker, P. Bowles,
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in the main office.
Coordinating the school board, the faculty,
the principal, the students, and the townspeople
is all in the day's work for our popular and
capable Superintendent A. K. Temperley, who
has served Top-Hi for ten years.
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retary, Mrs. Murray.
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who carries part
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the Senior High faculty and supervise
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strates to D. Henry and L. Schott.
Upper right: G. Scrivner in farm
shop. Lower left: R. O'Rear works
Upper left: J. Holmes and M.
Macias work. Upper right: M.
Castaneda paints. Lower right:
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in farm shop.
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Upper left: M. Mastel and B.
Bond share book. Lower left
Mr. Berg watches speakers. Low-
er right: G. Long gives speech
Upper riqhf: Mr. Bothwell helps
K. Parkhurst. Lower right: M.
Macias helps B. Gonsalez. Lower
left: Mr. Bothwell explains to
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during the P.E. class. B. Huylar
and L. Stump confer before
entering a game. B. Garn and J.
Hill plan strategy.
D. Niedermeyer uses calculator
for bookkeeping. J. Schloss, B.
Bond, and P. McCoy use adding
machines. D. Chamberlain dem-
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G. Fendell studies paper re-
turned by Mrs. Coonradt. C.
Mikesell and N. Clark look at
literature exhibition. S. Smith
gets assignment from Mrs. Coon-
L. Schott checks the sound
equipment. Movie proiectionist
L. Rabe. L. Schott shows slides.
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Upper left. D. Pomerinke, D. Da-
vila, J. Bell, B. Gonsalez work on
soap carvings. P. Gordon and D.
Rishor tint pictures. Annual staff
members K. Faulkner and T. Sumner.
Upper right: J. Edwards and K. Parkhurst sew in home economics. D. Gorman and
D. Johnson prepare for cooking. M. Rivard and K. Taft in home economics.
Lower left: J. Silvers and N. Kraft in geometry room. J. Pescador and R. George study.
Mr. Gray explains problem to T. Yahn.
lower right: B. Newell rests on floor. L. Bangs and D. Sheets play volleyball. P. E.
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Upper left: G. Noonan looks at camera. R. Garcia puts design on leather. G. Moser
Upper right: G. Clark helps D. Chamberlain. D. Tabler, J. Strom, D. Winterholler and J.
T. Yahn study English. Mr. Masciotra explains lesson to J. Hill. W
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Lower left: Mr. Mirosh explains volleyball rules. J. Barnes, L. Williams, G. Gibson, M.
Macias and F. Lamebull take time out. J. Walters watches volleyball.
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Upper right: R. Bangs works on motor. D. Henry works with machine. R. Friedrich
and M. Estes work on car motor.
Lower right: K. Pettit plays piano. J. Russell fixes D. Markham's collar. M. Dorn
and others wait for assembly appearance.
Lower left: B. Olsen does work. Miss Ross helps D. Niedermeyer. J. Campbell and
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q library card.
Upper right. M. Rivard, C. Lindsay, E. Wilmeth look on music. J. Silvers carries
band uniform. C. Burch and C. Johnson take out instruments,
Lower right: A. LeRoue lakes test. B. Alderman, A. Van Zwol, and L. Wentz work
,tin F. F. A. Agriculture class takes test.
Lower left: C. McKee studies shorthand. C. Lindsay, R. Shequin and P. Childress at
work. Miss Tittsworth helps L. Peterson.
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H. Bower and L. Gleason. Lower leff: R. Hooper
ond W. Wilson. Lower righf: A. Owens and
A. Hancuff, N. Monsford, and S. Conrad. W. Poller, F. Tenner, and W, Johnson.
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K. Myers, and T. Poller.
Row 1. J, Sampson, V. Laddrout, J. Frank, J. Morris, J. Glossen, D. Kraft, D. Barnes. Row 2:
Mr. Stephens, R. Ohlson, G. Kirk, E. Henning, M. Sholtys, R. Nelson, J. Starr, A. Wickham.
Row 3: W. Kontos, J. Barnes, M. Bradley, T. McCord, D. Beeber, N. Purdy.
Above: Cafeteria cooks Mrs. Myers, Mrs.
Johnson and Mrs. Lichtanberg. loft: W.
Bond and J. Erickson eat lunch. Far left.
J. Bradbury gets milk from cafeteria helper.
Robert Elder, A. K. Temperley, Harold Niedermeyer, K. H. Schmetla, Myrl Roberts,
and P. J. Barnfietd at the dedication of the gym.
The year of 1956-57 has been an active one for our Board of Directors, according to Mr. Temperley.
Toppenish High School Superintendent. Improving local schools, working with the Citizen's Committee,
buying new property, and supporting students at games and activities are just a few of the many out-
standing accomplishments ofthe year. The biggest project of the year was the building of the gym, which
came to 3395.000 Few people are aware of the scope of the school board's responsibilities and what they
have contributed to the school. For instance, they bought a new driver's education car and school bus, put
linoleum in the junior high cafeteria, granted permission for student group trips, and helped promote the
building of the sidewalk from the senior high to junior high school. All this was accomplished with the
help of 137 certified and non-certified workers.
The active members of the Board and the terms which they have served are: Harold Niedermeyer,
five years: P. J. Barnfield, two years: Robert Elder. nine years: Myrl Roberts, three years: and K. H.
Schmella, four years.
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Dedicated to the youth of our community,
1956 presented by Buena-Toppenish Ma- A. K. Temperley and
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Prom and Banquet was presented under
the direction of Prom Chairman Ray Ham-
ilton and Banquet Chairmen Sharon Basey
and Kay Delaney. The gym became a
tropical scene, green and Chartreuse, sur-
rounding a pool with lily pads and pink
flamingos and framed by a beautiful la-
P. Berg and R. Fernandez wilh D. Walker and R. Hamillon
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and N. Mayfield. Left: K. Jensen directs D. Wells and
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ASB-President, Ray Hamilton, Vice President,
Jim Strom, Secretary, Carol Lindsay, Treasur-
er, Barbra Roberts, Activity Manager, Marvin
GAA-President, Sharon Basey, Vice President,
Elaine Wilmeth, Secretary, Jackie Lichtenberg:
Treasurer, Judy Edwards, Activity Manager,
Alice Hamilton, Point Committee Chairman,
PEP CLUB-President, Kathy Parkhurst, Secre-
tary, Judy Russell, Treasurer, Marvalee Rank,
Social Chairman, Barbra Roberts, Demerit
Chairman, Ofelia Rodriguez.
FHA-President, Marvalee Rank, Vice Presi-
dent, Olivia Solis, Secretary, Sharon Basey,
Treasurer, Alice Hamilton, Reporter, June Pes-
cador, Parliamentarian, Betty Sholtysg Histor-
ian, Faith- Bender, Songleader, Jeanne Milner.
TOHISCAN EDITOR-Rosalie Shequin.
TIPS EDITOR-Kathy Parkhurst.
DRILL TEAM-Leader, Diane Wells, Assistant
Leader, Sharon Basey, Flag Bearer, Rosalie
CHEERLEADERS-Diane Wells, Carol Johnson,
SONGLEADERS-Betty Huylar, Janice Gruben-
hoff, Karen Sainsbury.
L. Peterson receives American Legion
Auxiliary Award from Mrs. Gosney.
G. Scrivner receives American
Legion Award from Mr. Gosney.
SENIOR SERVICE PINS-Bob Gonsalez, Adeline Soto, Gene Scrivner, Beverly
Olsen, Nolan Clark, Dixie Walker, Gary Fendell, Lola Peterson, Bob Thal-
heimer, and Tommie Sue Walls.
FACULTY SERVICE PIN-Anthony Masciotra.
SCHOLARSHIPS - Adeline Soto, S100 Yakima Junior College, Matilda
Schmella, S100 Yakima Junior College, Bernice George, S275 Association of
American Indian Affairs, and S500 Christian Congregational Church, Dolly
LeRoue, Anita Charles Beauty School, Pat McCoy, Anita Charles Beauty
School, Francie Filer, S150 C.W.C.E., Margaret Rivard, S100 C.P.S. and
S100 Methodist Men, Laura Long, S100 C.P.S. and S200 Methodist Men,
Carol Mikesell, S100 C.P.S. and S250 Soroptimist Club, Kay Rice, S250
George Washington Foundation, Gene Scrivner, S250 George Washington
Foundation, Gary Fendell, S250 George Washington Foundation, Lola Peter-
son, S250 George Washington Foundation, and Darold Niedermeyer, S100
W. S. C. scholarship.
Mr. Strom presents C. Bittle
with the School Spirit Award.
P. Bowles and F. Filer receive Salu
tatorian and Valedictorian awards
AWARDS-American Legion, Gene
Scrivner: American Legion Auxil-
iary, Lola Peterson: Annual Editor,
Gary Fendell: ASB President, Nolan
Clark: Department of Agriculture,
Richard French: Art, Bob Gonsalez:
Babe Ruth Sportsmanship, jim Ide
and Dixie Walker: Bankers' FFA,
Gene Scrivner: Choir Service, Carol
Mikesell: Typing, Lola Peterson:
Bookkeeping, Lola Peterson: Short-
hand, Adeline Soto: General Com-
mercial, Adeline Soto: English,
Laura Long: GAA Service, Dixie
Walker: Journalism Editor, Dixie
Rishor: History, Francie Filer and
Ray Hamilton: School Spirit, Carol
Bittle: Band Department, Norman
Mayfield: Valedictorian, Francie Fi-
ler: Salutatorian, Pam Bowles: Lit-
erary Award, Laura Long: Auto
Mechanics, Lloyd Lansden: DAR,
Laura Long: Math, Sue Hardy:
FHA Red Rose honors, Margaret
A. Soto is presented
Rivard, Adeline Soto. Alice Oswalt.
and Carol Bittle: FHA Award, Judy
Deyo, Tommie Sue Walls: Drill
Team, Larry Layman: Outstanding
Baseball Award, Gene Scrivner: Out-
standing Track Award, Jim Ide.
PLAQUES-Bob Gonsalez, Ron Hill.
Kathy Pettit, Gary Fendell, Bob
Thalheimer, Sandra Leak, Dixie
Rishor, Bev Olsen, Adeline Soto,
Rosalie Fernandez, Carol Bittle.
Bonnie Higgins, Jim Ide, Dixie
Walker, Spencer Sherwood, Marga-
ret Rivard, Carol Mikesell, Darold
Niedermeyer, Darold McNall, Glen
Thomas, Tommie Sue Walls, Paul
Berg, Gene Scrivner, Chip Clark,
Lola Peterson, Nolan Clark, Becky
Kissler, Judy Deyo, Kay Rice, Ruth
Bradley, Dorothy Noonan, Pam
Bowles, Sue Hardy, Ted VanZwol,
Polly Lorton, and Phyllis Gordon.
J. lde receives
Outstanding Track Award.
D. Markham decorates
steps for commencement.
N. Mayfield is presented
with Band Award.
C. Mikesell is awarded
Choir Service Pin.
D. Walker is presented with
G. A. A. Service Award.
Mr. Mascioiru receives
the faculty Wildcat Service Pin.
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Mrs. Coonradt models The Cap 'Q
for P. Bowles, A. Soto,
R. Fernandez, and K. Rice.
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P. Berg, L. Wilson,
M. Rlvurd and
N. Mayfield make muslc.
Mr. Strom gives
B. Gonsalez a service pin.
moment of triumph
J. Martinez, F. Glossen,
and M. McBain lead other
choir members to seats
B. Olsen receives her
D. McNall changes tassel.
and his father. C. Johnson and S. Bosey
ioin the reception line.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
congratulate G. Arens. 'gm if
senior service award pin.
M. Schmella and her father
inded thern that,
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d P-. Soto, Y. titer.
XX N. Clark.
oi 1957 z
ior tonight, X rern
X deiy anyone to s ow rn
eiore you tonight.
Mr. Strofrfs Words to the
. . . Whiie X worked with your honor sp
ah, X wouid get the iast word.
Mter ah the hustie and hustie oi the past eoupie oi w
a better Xooiiing, gr oup oi young, wornen and y oung, rnen than you
K know you are proud oi thern, and X arn proud oi thefn qnyseii.
X have tangied with sofne oi thefn during the past three years. X icnow that X arn
oi their 'oiach hsts yet, and sorne have been on rny hst.
Tonight, though, the siate is ciean as iar as X arn concernedi X afn proud oi you, proud
that you couid tahe a repriqnand tor sorne wr ong you have doneftahe your qnedicine and
stay in schooi.
Your parents and ah the aduits in this roorn tonight know that without an education
today your iuture is not very hright.
Nlany oi your iorrner ciassrnates who have dropped out oi schooi and are now in the
service write to me asking, what courses they can take to earn a drpiofna. They have
iearned to vaiue the thing, they fnissedfthe thing, you receive torirght.
Even you graduates tonight must continue to keep your records goodX Wherever you
he Arrnyrbiavy, Air Corps, Marines, industryfeverywhere and anywherefsoqneone
ing on your record.
ood you have -a chance. Xi the record is poor, you have no chance.
wih surn up what X wish ior you tonight-.
hte whiie you have iti
to be won.
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