Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)
- Class of 1972
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AUGUST-School days are here again as sophomores, juniors,
and seniors arrive at the high school gym on a bright, sunny
morning. ASB President Guy Hoon gives the welcoming
speech, reminding students that we must all work together for
a better school and world, yet urging us not to go along with
SEPTEMBER-Cross country, tennis, football, drill team,
Tohiscan, and Caterwaul recruit new members. ASB pictures
and Tohiscan distribution, hall sales, and boosters follow in
OCTOBER-School is well on its way. Fall days are crowded
with: Ski Club, GAA initiation, Food bank, Graffiti board, and
class ring orders. The seniors and faculty have their pictures
taken by Bruno Studios.
NOVEMBER-Homecoming excitement grips everyone: the
parade on Thursday Nov. 4th and the game with Selah on
Friday, the 5th, Tohiscan hall sales end, quarter tests are taken,
a class play is presented, seniors vote on graduation
announcements, report cards come out-Dooms Day, football
season ends, basketball begins, along with wrestling and
intramurals. The annual football banquet is held for players and
"CALIFORNIA DREAMlN"' Laurel Murray does her homework on the grass as
warm days stay with Top-Hi.
MUMS THE WORD--Coaches Winters and VanLeuven make ready for
homecoming flower delivery.
ON E, TWO, THREE . . . Coach VanLeuven gives the football players some last
minute advice as they line up.
HERE WEIGO AGAIN-Mr, Lott climbs stairs and ladder as he has for many
years previously with Talon members to place a Christmas tree on the gym.
l THINK YOU'RE RIG HT-Lupe Anaya talks with Coach Farnsworth.
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DECEMBER-Basketball games and wrestling matches start
off the winter season. Student
s compete between classes to
collect food for a local foodbank. Everyone gets into the
Christmas spirit by setting up Christmas trees atop the gym, in
the library, and in the office. The Top-Hi Choir combines with
the Zillah Choir to usher in the Christmas season with a concert
in the gym.
JANUARY-A donkey basketb
all game is held-and proceeds
are used to buy an ice machine and wrestling scoreboard. Ski
Club members begin their skiing season with a trip to White
Pass. Wrestlers open up their
league season after Christmas
vacation with three league victories and only one loss. The
basketball team continues to
place in league standings. Flanc
improve and move into third
h Party takes place January 27.
Debbie Clark is crowned "Miss Toppenish" with Cindy Potter
and Marlene Kinder as runners-up.
FEBRUARY-Seniors start F
ebruary with the ordering of
s. The District Basketball
Tournament, February 26, marks the close of the basketball
season. The Top-Hi wrestlers have a successful year and
eleven matmen go to regionals. Dennis Peterson, Jack King,
and Jim Sevigny goto state for
further competitions. Choir and
band travel to a group contest in Kennewick.
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IT WON'T HURT A BIT-Jim Berg, Mike Sander, and Richard Kearnes have their
heads measured for graduation caps by Mr. Cook.
JUST A LITTLE FURTHER-Jim Walker and Jim Helms do their balancing act.
IS IT "A" OR "B"-Barbara Peterson, Jimi Burgett, Aurora Tobias, and Mary
Contreras do biology on the lawn.
TEN MORE YARDS-Barbara Gamble comes in third in the one hundred yard
dash at girls' state track meet.
JUST A LITTLE MORE-Tex Reid and Guy Hoon watch as Gilbert Seefeldt
pours sulfuric acid into the sodium chloride.
"TAKE IT EASY BRIGHT EYES"-Leon Johnson, Kevin Barr, Becky McClain
and Cecilia Ramirez go through their parts in "The Belle of The West."
MARCH-Girls' and boys' track, tennis, golf, and baseball
composed the spring sports line-up. "Helms" team closed the
intramural basketball season by winning the championship.
Teachers and students pitched in to move supplies and
equipment to the new high school building on Tuesday, March
28. Wednesday, Work Day, students earned money to buy new
furniture for the student lounge. Thursday was report card day.
Only one more quarter to go!
APRIL-English students and faculty began writing Learning
Activity Packages. The Senior Mothers' Tea warned the
upperclassmen of the few remaining weeks. A first for Top-Hi
was Jim Sevigny's winning of the free-style wrestling gold
medal.Creatively decorated in two-tone blue, the Junior-Senior
Prom added to the end-of-the-year festivities. The band
collected booster money to finish the month.
MAY-Assemblies for campaigning A.S.B. candidates, Rally
Squad tryouts and basketball awards brightened spring days.
Ski club members made their last runs down the sunny slopes.
Classes and clubs prepared for that final day. The choir
performed the musical, "Belle of the West," before Toppenish
audiences to initiate the new stage. "We did it!" The
Manhattans went to Oregon for the All Northwest Swing Choir
Competition where they placed second. The band entertained
at the Toppenish nursing home. Mr. Mathis' drama classes
staged several comic plays in the last few weeks. For seniors
the last days meant baccalaureate, an honors assembly and
finally - graduation!
JUNE-For sophomores and juniors there was one last week
of finals, fines, lost books, and report cards.
"TWO BITS, FOUR BITS"-Connie Brundidge leads Juniors in
CHEERS!-Karen Anderson, Terry Hinson, Pam Green, Debbie Clark,
Connie Brundidge, Mary Escamilla. Robyn Tanneburg. and Barbara
DRILL TEAM-Back row: Yolanda Escamilla. Cathy Peterson. Cheryl Thornell. Joedy Clements, Debbie Wingerter, Carol Orozco, Margaret Aichele, Leslie Hinchey.
Leslie McFarland, Karen Febus. Pam King, Vivian Mirosh, Martha Lopez,Jo Ellen Seymer. Row 2: Patty Rice, Sandra Ashlock. Denise Bouchey, Linda Smith, Chris
Thorington, Toni Leingang, Kaelin Van Leuven, Sherry Williams, Erika Schneider, Leslie Rowe. Front Row: Carol Mendoza, Janet King, Colleen Clements, Monica
Ramirez, Mary Solis. Antonia Solis, Barbara Gamble, Sue Evans, Norma Ramirez, Denise Hixson, Cyndi Williams, Nancy Conrad.
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"SOUND OF MUSlC"-Dennis Hackner. Scott Gibbs, Julie Coles,
Louis Krebs, Kathy Dexter, Colleen Dinehart, Jim Clayton, Sandra
Maupin. Cathy Parks, Mary Shea, Madeleine Lybbert, 'Sherri
Bailey, Denise Augenstine, Carmen Cooley, Chris Herrera, Barbara
Hamilton. Wilma Beasley, Mary Carter, Mr. Cook, Neal Cummings,
"OH, WHEN THE SAINTS ..."-Debbie Wingerter, Denise l-lixson and Joedy Clements march during half-time show.
"AND A ONE AND A TWO . . ."-Mr. Tollefson and the pep band add to the spirit at a game.
Drill team members received new outfits for the 71-72
marching season. I-n colors of red and white, the thirty-six
member team entertained hundreds of viewers during football
and basketball half-times. These girls proved their "loyalty to
the cause". by showing up for early 7:30 A.M. practices and
evening 7:30 P.M. practices faithfully.
Rally Squad members also added to the excitement and spirit
by leading yells and songs to support our teams. Their mascot
this year was little Jenny Smith. These eight eager Wildcats
build spirit during assemblies with vitality and skits.
The music behind the girls of the Rally Squad and all of the
spectators' yells was provided by the Top-Hi Pep Band.
Though small in number, this group is full of pep and spirit.
They play for pep assemblies and all home games.
Mr Blake Lott-Adviser 1
Dave Aichele 1 Rudy Leon-Com troller
Roman Barczyszyn-V. Pres. Jim Molano
John Janachek-President -
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LET'S GO-Jim Navejar, Jim Sevigny, and Jim Clayton listen to parking assignments given by Mr. Lott at a Talon Club meeting.
TENSION-Lettermen Jim Sevigny and Guy Hoon discuss the shot while Rudy Leon, Vernon Lacell, Ricky Bowles, and Bob Walker look on intently.
On August 31, 1971, the first meeting of the year for the group
in Pep Club came to pass. Luncheons followed in the girls
locker room, where several items of importance were
discussed -plans for building spirit at Top-Hi and ways to earn
money. Pep Club contributed to the 71-72 year by promoting
spirit at assemblies and games. and making signs to put in the
hall. With Homecoming preparations and rooters buses to get
underway, the Pep Club fought on to keep Top-Hi's spirit at its
peak during the cold fall and winter months. Soon the new
members came to play a big role in Pep Club, relieving the old
members of their regular game chores, such as ticket-taking.
This gave the Senior girls a chance to enjoy themselves and
give the spirit at Top-Hi a boost for the better before their
career in Pep Club ended.
Talon Club members parked cars for all the home games, both
football and basketball. The club aided by advisor. Mr. Blake
Lott, helped Top-Hi get into the Christmas spirit by putting a
Christmas tree atop the gym. The club also sponsored a
thrilling pie eating contest again this year.
The Lettermen's Club had a busy season this year, being
paddleboys for all the home football and basketball games and
raising the flag as part of the pre-game activities. Their only
fund-raising activity was the Donkey basketball game held on
January 31. Once again the game proved both exciting and
hilarious with the Zillah Lettermen vs. Top-Hi FHA and the Top-
Hi lettermen vs. Zillah FHA. The Top-Hi Lettermen were
defeated in the championship game by Zillah,
HUFF AND PUFF-Barry Halvorson and John Janachek are hard at work as they finish lining the parking lot
for the game Friday night.
FUN TIM E-Mary Escamilla, Norma Ramirez, and Sue Evans all laugh as they listen to gossip at a Pep Club
THE ARTISTS-Drawing posters means fun for Robyn Tanneberg and Cecilia Ramirez as they draw
BASKET-Joe Garcia coaxes his donkey just close enough to the basket to go for two points.
Miss Marianne Haba-Adviser
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Kaelin Van Leuven
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Glenn Althoff John Long
Fred Anderson-V.-Pres. LarrY MYSVS
Mark Bouchey Jim Navejar
Rick Bowles Forrest Quick
Dan Burgett Dan Ramos
Mike Carter John Sanchez
Tom Cerna Rich Schutz
Joe Garcia Jim Sevigny-Pres.
Rick Harris-Sgt.-at-arms Mike Toner
Guy Hoon Jay Uppinghouse
Vernon Lacell Jim Walker
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This year the fighting Top-Hi Wildcats ended
a great season with an 8-2 record. With only
one league game loss to the Sunnyside
Grizzlies, the 'Cats grabbed second place in
Mid-Valley league competition. Using this
defeat as a stepping stone toward victory,
they went on to down the Ellensburg
Bulldogs in one of the most exciting games
of the season.
On Nobember 12, in almost zero-visibility
fog, the 'Cats were stopped by Pullman in
the last game of the season.
This great season closed with the traditional
football' banquet. Awards given were lVlr.
Defense to Rick Harris, Ron Hovis to Rick
Shields, and Co-captain to Guy Hoon and
Rick Shields. Outstanding Jr. Varsity players
were Jon Bremmer and Joe Pinkhami
outstanding tackles were Rick Schutz and
"l PLEDGE .. Jim Helms. Rick Schutz, Glenn Kern, Rick Shields, Alan Wolfe, Jim Walker, Mike Sandberg, Guy Hoon, Dick Martin, John Carruth, Mark
"YOU DON'T SAY," Coach Winters uses Guy Hoon as a demonstration dummy.
"URUMPH!" Practice lineups throw themselves into their work.
LOADED DOWN-Managers Mike Kearnes and Paul Dalton are towel bearers.
BUTTER FINGERS-Rick Shields slips away from a dangerous position!
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y-Glenn Kern charges through hoop at half-time.
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"SECOND YEAR READY FOR ACTlON!"-Front row: Richard Palacz, Abel Castilleja, Rick Harris.
David Beltran. Rick Faucher, back row: Bob Walker, Mike Carter, Fred Anderson, Mike Toner. and
"THEY'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN!"-Front row: Bill Hines, Ed Gunnier, Jose Villanueva, Joe Garcia,
Gary Bjur. Mitch Hixson, Don Steinmetz, Joe Pinkham: Back row: Steve Ward, Milford Seifring,
Steve Kukes, Jeff Cobb, Cedric Clark,Jim Ray, Charlie Meigs, Eric Benz, Joe Perez, and Joe Carrasco.
BANDAGING!-Jenny Smith watches as Fred Anderson has his ankles taped by Coach Boekholder.
ANOTHER SIX POINTS!-The players join coaches Brown, Winters, Boekholder, Van Leuven, and
Bator in applauding the team after a touchdown.
DUMBFOUNDEDl-Frank Andreas and Coach Van Leuvan stare at an agonizing play.
Mr. Richard Otto-
Miss Marianne Haba-adviser
Margaret Aichele Robert Reid
Erma Bangs Tex Reid
Becky Bennett Patti Rice
David Cron Ron Schmidt
Tom Daniels Erika Schneider
Lynn Dean Sharon Simmons
Kathy Eli Janet Sterns
Tim Esparza Vicky Stump
Sue Evans Pat Umtuch
Janice Freguson Kaelin Van Leuven
Kevin Fraser Bob Walker
Greg Gibbons Jim Walker
Teresa Halbert Lori Wike
Barry Halvorson Kathy Wilson
TIMELY ADVICE-Advisers Mr. Richard Otto and Miss Marianne Haba help to
plan the club's first trip to White Pass.
DOWNHILL RACER-Nancy Conrad starts down the slope.
THE WHITE ROAD -A Grandview student, Lynn Dean, and Dana Jones come
down a snowy path.
SKI PATROL-Miss Haba and Bruce Aichele discuss the day's prospects.
Through the darkness of many cold winter mornings, these
devoted skiers set off for the slopes on a bus loaded with skis,
poles and boots. Advisers Richard Otto and Marianne Haba
joined the club on the runs.
Their first outing took them to White Pass. Later trips carried
these snow fans to Satus Pass, too. Sunny days saw them
racing downhill or, sometimes, slipping on the too-wet snow.
After an invigorating day on the hill, the club took time in the
afternoon to relax in the warm lodge.with a snack and some
talk. Winter days in the sun and snow may have been reward
enough, but many of Top-Hi's Ski Club also received trophies
for their efforts.
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Early winter marked the beginning of the intramural basketball
season. A large turnout resulted in the selection of eight team
captains instead of the usual six. Captains this year were: Rick
Shields, Jim Helms, Mike Sandberg, Gilbert Seefeldt. Dan
Uscola, Rick Desmarais, Alan Wolfe. and Jim Walker. Toner's
team posted the best regular season record. winning 15 and
losing two. Seefeldt's team was close behind with a 14 and
three record. Dan Ramos, playing for Seefeldt's team, took the
scoring title, averaging 42 points per game. Adviser Blake Lott
was called upon several times to substitute for absent players.
Playoffs were held the week of February 21. The championship
game was on lVlarch 1.Jim Helm's team prevailed winning 81-
64 over Seefeldt's team.
RUN! -Jeff Cobb learns the meaning of go.
CONCENTRATION!-Richard Schlenker prepares to shoot the basketball.
WILL IT OR WON'T IT?--Mr. Lott and Tom Hagerman wait for the basketball
to make the decision.
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BOY TALK-Kent Oliver, Alfred Tobia, Jim Sevigny, Frank Agurrie, Kevin Barr, Tom Sevigny, Richard Friss, Ricky Bowles, Jim Naveiar, Danny Burgett, John
With a team of eleven strong, willing boys Coach Tom
Shellenberger worked to develop a fine, fast-moving team.
Though little support was offered to these boys, they all fought
to build up their breath control, and many, many hours of
calisthenics helped build leg muscles and prepare them for
other sports during the year. Though, at times, the weather
was a little rough with snow, rain, wind and sometimes
darkness, the team never failed to run in a meet. All in all '71,
was a successful year for the Cross-Country team at Top-Hi.
At the award assembly Kevin Barr and Jim Navejar were
named Honorary Captain and lVlr. Inspirational. Kevin Barr and
Rick Shaul were sent to the State Tournament in Seattle.
Those members receiving letters this year were Kevin Barr, Jim
Naveiar, Richard Bowles, Danny Burgett, Alfred Tobia, Jim
Sevigny, Tom Sevigny, Kent Oliver, Frank Aguirre and John
"THE TRAIL OF THE YELLOW DUCK" came to an end for this
year with promises for a better year in store.
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PEP TALK-Coach Shellenburger gives tips to John Castilleja, Alfred Tobia, Frank Agurrie, Ricky Bowles, and Danny Burgett.
HERE THEY COME-John Castilleja, Frank Aguirre, Ricky Bowles, Danny Burgett, Tom Sevigny, Jim Sevigny. Kevin Barr, Alfred Tobia, Jim Navejar, Kent Oliver
run the track.
"HEY! WHAT GlVES?"-Danny Burgett wonders what happened to the runners.
"YOU CAN DO IT"-Jim Navejar gets involved as they come down the home stretch.
ON YOUR MARK-Alfred Tobia, Tom Sevigny, and Ellensburg players line up for a run through the snow. !
TURNING POINT-Jack King and Jim Sevigny demolish their Eisenhower opponents.
SIDELINE SUPPORT-Tom Sevigny. Rich Garcia. Joe Garcia and Jim Sevigny excitedly
support a fellow wrestler.
DYNAMIC DUO-Coach Farnsworth and Coach Johnson look on in admiration of their
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JUNIOR VARSITY-BACK ROW-Coach Johnson, Richard Garcia,Jim Navejar, Forrest Quick.
Tom Cerna, John Lozano, Coach Farnsworth. FRONT ROW-Larry Sanchez, Johnny Mesa.
Gabriel Martinez, and Frank Rodriquez.
MIXED EMOTIONS-Mike Carter urges on a teammate while Jack King counts down the
"INTRODUCING" -The Dirty Dozen.
OVER EASY-Using a figure four, Joe Garcia scores on his
EASY DOES IT-Junior Juan Benevides works to control his
VARSITY-Johnny Sanchez, Glenn Altoff, Juan Benevides, Coach Johnson, Joe Garcia.
Jack King, John Cerna, Frank Aguirre, Dennis Peterson, Lupe Anaya, Tom Sevigny, Jim
Sevigny, Coach Farnsworth, Manuel Aguirre, Mike Carter.
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The new wrestling coaches Mr. Gerry Farnsworth and Mr.
Bruce Johnson were ready to work hard at gaining the
experience needed for a year of rough and tough wrestling at
The season started off with weeks of hard physical training and
a strict program of calisthenics to help increase endurance -a
major wrestling requirement. As the first meet approached
new holds and other techniques were introduced making the
job of overcoming an opponent much easier.
With all this in mind the grapplers succeeded in taking hold of
second place in the Mid-Valley League. Three of the wrestlers
gained berths in the tournament at Bellingham. Jack King,
Dennis Peterson and Jim Sevigny wrestled their respective
weights pulling fifth place titles for Peterson and Sevigny and a
twelfth place title for King.
The Japanese Wrestling Cultural Exchange Team provided a
challenge for our valley wrestlers. Jim Sevigny had the
privilege of wrestling their world champion.
At the annual wrestlers' banquet awards were given for Nlr.
Inspirational to Jack King, Honorary Captain went to Jim
Sevigny. Two new awards were given out this year, the
Sandbagger to Eric Johnson and the Order of the Pink Hood to
"LE GUlLLOTlNE"e-Sophomore Tom Sevigny works for a pin.
"TOPO CHlCO"-Casi Castillo counters his opponents takedown attempt.
"MOHAWK"-Johnny Sanchez works his Selah opponent to the mat.
"LA FlATA"e-Lupe Anaya maneuvers his Wapato opponent into a pin.
FOR TOPPENISH-Coach Winters, Joe Pinkham, Paul Dalton, Mark Lundherg.-Kent Oliver, Mitch
Hixson. Coach Allen. David Kinney, Tim Hinson, Wally Morrison. John Suggs, and Billy Hines.
"OUT OF MY WAY!"-Fred Anderson forces his way through a Highland
block for the ball.
TROUBLE BREWING?-Steve Sainsbury. Jim Barnes, Kevin Barr, David
Eids and Coach Winters witness an awesome sight.
T. H. S. IS THE BEST-Rally squad members yell their hearts out at a home
R-E-B-O-U-N-D-Gary Gulley fights for a rebound.
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SINK IT. DICK! - Dick Martin
goes up for another field goal.
VARSITY-Standing: Coach Dave Allen, Dave Eids, Glenn Kern, Fred Anderson, Steve Sainsbury, Jim Barnes, Coach Bob
Winters. Kneeling: Gary Gulley, Bill Bourgeois. Dick Martin, Dan Haldeman. Kevin Barr. Seated: Randy Delp,
The Top-Hi basketball team showed great potential under their
new head coach lVlr. Bob Winters and assistant coach Mr.
Dave Allen. Both men are in their first year of basketball
Although not a success from a win and loss standpoint the '71-
'72 season served as a good year for gaining experience for
1973. The Wildcats had a season record of 9 wins against 13
losses. Among the three returning starters for next year's
squad is Fred Anderson, the Mid-Valley League's leading
scorer, averaging 19.5 points per game.
Coach Bob Winters is looking forward to substantial
improvement in next year's team.
The team chose Dick Martin as Honorary Captain and Bill
Bourgeois as Inspirational player.
TOU CH E-Dan Haldeman crosses up his opponent.
"BIG JIM"-Fred Anderson pumps for two.
"FLASH"-Sophomore Randy Delp handles the fast break.
The 1972 baseball team came through a tough schedule this
year and finished tied for fourth in the league. Coach Richard
Otto started off the season with twenty-two hopefuls, most of
whom were sophomores. There were six returning lettermen
and several promising sophomores in the starting line-up. The
baseballers immediately broke last year's thirty-two game
losing streak in the second game of the season and went on to
post a respectable record of six wins and fourteen losses.
Errors plagued the squad throughout the year but strong
hitting and lots of hustle compensated for these errors. This
year's squad was backed by "B" squad and pitching coach. Mr.
"lT'S A HlT!"-Larry Meyers makes a mad dash for first base.
WATCHFUL EYES-Coach Milewski, umpire Winters and the catcher watch
as John Long follows through.
STR ETCH-Joe Pinkham rears back and gives one of his fast balls.
READY OR NOT-Joe Pinkham and umpire Bob Winters await the pitch.
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SHOWING GOOD FORM-Neal Cummings follows through with a golf swing.
TEEING OFF-Scott Stobaugh practices a few drives.
"BREAK TIME?"-Paul Dalton and Gary Barnes question Dale Hagerman's
Six boys and their coach practiced nightly with the
determination it took to make the tournament. Part of their
practice consisted of driving and picking up golf balls, putting
contests and a round of golf at the club. They ended the season
with seven wins and no losses to take the Mid-Valley
Championship, and one loss to Sunnyside to take second in
Team members are: Coach John Bator, Frank Andreas, Gary
Barnes, Neal Cummings, Paul Dalton. Dale Hagerman. and
Scott Stobaugh. A
FALL TENNIS-Kneeling: Jim Clayton, Rick Lozano. Monica Leon, Cindy Hagerman, Flenee Brulotte, Francie Burke.
Standing: Junior Aguirre George Meiser, David Kinne Wall Morrison, Dennis Kin Gilbert Horne . Terri
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After fighting wind storms and rainy weather the tennis team
wrapped up a fantastic season with a total of 10 wins, 4
losses. and 3 ties. Hard practice paid off with the girls' doubles
team of Vivian Mirosh and Cindy Hagerman remaining
undefeated up to sub-district.
The spring tennis team was: Vivian Mirosh, Cindy Hagerman,
Renee Brulotte, Sandi Smith, Denise Bouchey. Kaelin Van
Leuven, Monica Rameriz, Jeanne Humphrey, Carol Unruh,
Frances Burke, Jim Clayton, Wally Morrison, Rick Lozano.
Charles Meigs. Dan Story, George Meiser. Tom Daniels, Junior
Ozuna, Bruce Winterfeld manager, David Kinney, Dennis King.
THIRTY FIFTEEN-SERVICE-Wally Morrison overheads the ball to score a
SAVED!!-Kaelin Van Leuven returns the ball during practice.
BOYS' TRACK-John Carruth. Glen Kern, Kevin Barr. Kneeling: Mike Carter, Jim
Walker, Mitch Hrxson, Alfred Tobia, Rick Bowles, Frank Aguirre, Jim Navejar.
Standing: Richard Friss, Coach Shellenburger, Vernon Lacell, Kent Oliver, Fred
Anderson, Jeff Cobb, Danny Burgett, Bob Walker, Coach VanLeuven. Craig
GIRLS' TRACK-Pam Young. Marianne Babich, Colleen Dinehart,
Janice Humphrey, Cathy Hochrein, Vicky Stumps, Karen McFarland,
Jimi Burgett, Kay Clements, Tam Young, Barbara Gamble, Jean
Escamilla, Eva Siefring, Terri Simmons, Karen Cook, Judy Jones.
Center: Luella Bangs, Colleen Clements.
DRIVING HARD-Kevin Barr and Terri Simmons move ahead
of opponents, while Jimi Burgett gets in shape for relay.
WARM UP-Dan Burgett practices before showing girls how
Top-Hi's trackmen finished a very successful year. Running
through the early morning and late evening hours the team
showed their spirit and determination. Two Wildcats qualified
for the state meet. Kevin Barr competed in the mile and in the
880, Glen Kern brought home a second for Top-Hi. Coach
Shellenberger's team had another bright spot in the two mile
with Greg Engbretson. a transfer from ldaho.
Miss Trevino guided the girls' track team through their first and
very eventful year. The senior high members were boosted by a
big ninth grade turn-out. Twenty girls qualified for the state
meet at Goldendale.
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WORK DAY MONEY-Cindy Potter pays her three dollars to Mary Escamillia and Jay Uppinghouse pays his five dollars to Jim Clayton
CROWDS-Guy Hoon and Bob Walker sell A.S,B. cards.
DECISIONS, DECISIONS-Sherill Thornell places her votes for A.S.B. officers and Rally squad.
"WELL IJUST DON'T KNOW"-Margaret Aichele and Guy Hoon discuss plans for the year,
DISCUSSION TIM E-Jim Walker and Vivian Mirosh discuss the decisions made at the Board of Control meeting.
BUSY MONTH-A.S.B. officers: Sec. Margaret Aichele, Vice Pres. Bob Walker, Act. Mgr. Keith Sweezea, Pres. Guy Hoon and Principal A.J.
Strom look over the filled calendar. Not Pictured Sec. Becky McClain.
Eager and full of ideas. the 1971-'72 A.S.B. officers and Board
of Control representatives plunged into the year. Students
found them doing such things as selling A.S.B. cards,
sponsoring Work Day, and leading and approving all student
body projects. Board of Control members supervised all
Homecoming preparations and had the final word on all sports
letters and awards.
ln July and August newly elected A.S.B. president Bob Walker
and secretary Kaelin Van Leuvin attended leadership camp to
gain new ideas and knowledge for the 1972-'73 school year.
BOARD OF CONTROL
A.J. Strom, Adviser Vivian Mirosh
Margaret Aichele-Sec. Judy Phillips
Joedy Clements Jim Sevigny
Rick Desmarais Keith Sweezea-Act. Mgr.
Cindy Hagerman Terri Taylor
Barry Halvorson John Vergin
Guy Hoon-Pres. Bob Walker-Vice Pres.
John Janachek Jim Walker
Scott Leach Mike Wright
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Seated-Debbie Clualls. Jane Gutierrez, Robin Close, Cindy Schultz, Colleen Clements, Cecilia Ramirez,Josette Bremer,Janie Crowder and Clarabelle Guzman. First
row-Lupe Crowder, Vicki Zutter, Kathi Ervin, Cathy Peterson, Sandi Smith, Beverly Everett, Carol Unruh, Loretta Bowers, Kathy Guess and Wilma Sam. Second row
Becky McClain, Debbie Clark, Terri Taylor, Kathy Mears, Terri Simmons, Cindy Potter, Amelia Sanchez, Aurora Tobias and Wilda Ashbey. Third row-Susie
Rodriquez, Anita Brown, Karen Olson, Sylvia Goodno, Margaret Aichele, Carol Orozco,Jeanne Humphrey, Ida Pinkham and Sandy Johnson. Fourth tow-Joe Perez,
Val Braten, Eugene Brestar, Nathan Fauth, John Vergin, Alfred Tobia. Guy Hoon, Jay Uppinghouse, Bryan Pratt, Leon Johnson, Bill Smith, Delwayne Schelert,
Steve Everett and Oscar Galvan. Not pictured-Abdon Juarez. Frank Marez, Peggi Meredith, Dave Beltran, Paul Dalton, Harvey Stevens, Dave Whittington, Kevin
Barr, Karen Baswell and Jean Wyckoff.
GOING, GOING, GONE-The many faces of Mr. Burr: in the classroom, with Mrs. and Mr. Ramirez during parents night and with Dave Beltran as they accompany
the Manhattans during the Ranch Party,
"DOWN BY THE . . ."-Paul Dalton and Kevin Barr serenade Mr. and Mrs. Jim Flint and Mrs. Bowers while Mr. George Bowers holds the microphone so others
SALES PITCH-Karen Olson and Becky McClain sell records after concert.
"ONE, TWO, THREE. . ."-John Vergin took over rehearsal of choir before contest.
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MANHATTANS-First row - Delwayne Schelert, Debbie Clark, Nathan Fauth and
Terri Taylor - Second row - Carol Unruh, Cindy Potter, Margaret Aichele, Cecilia
Ramirez, Terri Simmons and Kathy Mears - Third row - Eugene Brester. Guy Hoon.
Bryan Pratt, John Vergin and Steve Everett - Seated - Loretta Bowers and Director
Top-Hi choristers warbled their way through a wonderful year,
singing performing and actihg. During the year, the Choir
attended contests and gave concerts. The swing choir,
Manhattans, sang for several clubs and dinners, went to contests,
including the Mount Hood Swing Choir Contest, and to various
grade schools, and took the long awaited tour of schools from
Prosser to Tri-Cities, accompanied by the Jazz Trio. The choir
gave their rendition of life out west in the operetta the "Belle of
the West" in Nlay: after which the choir showed their gratitude to
lVlr. Burr for being an understanding director, by getting together
and giving him a gift.
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LETS MOVE-Junior Aguirre and Keith Mutch hammer out the rhythm
for the drill team.
BLOW-Alice Wolverton presents her sound.
DIRECTOR CARL TOLLEFSON
First row - Kathy Dexter. Ona Hemstreet,Judy Phillips', Lucy
Olivas, Frank Marez, Cindy Pardo', Robyn Tanneberg, Nancy
Horney, Laurel Murray, Frances Tobia, Cathy Parks. Fourth
Aguirre, Barbara Hamilton. Fifth row - Pat Umtuch, Dan
row - Diane Harris". Wesley Grant, Sandra Maupin. David
Labor Day parades at Ellensburg and Wapato led off the year
for the Top-Hi Band.
A handful of faithful members turned out for the homecoming
parade. Early morning practice kept band members in shape
for future parades and the half-time entertainment presented
at two football games. Besides the usual frustrations of frozen
horn valves and dead batteries, things went successfully.
"A Frog Went A-Courtin' " sung by Mary Carter, was the
theme for the band pep assembly to boost school spirit.
Basketball season brought a surprise as the majorettes
stepped onto the Top-Hi court. Judy Phillips, Janice Eilers.
Cindy Pardo and Marlene Lamebull performed their long
On February 24 the band traveled to Kamiakin High School for
a group contest: Mr. Gerald Burr directed, substituting for Mr.
Carl Tollefson who was ill.
The spring schedule included many parades. One day was
reserved to collect money for payments on uniforms and
expense money for the trip to the Spokane Lilac Festival which
each member eagerly anticipated.
MAJORETTES-Judy Phillips and Janice Eilers move in to perform at half-
l Castilleja, Alice Wolverton, Tana Richards, Denise Augenstine, Chris Herrera. Second row - Sheryl Weippert, Wilma Beasley, Vicki
Walker, Carmen Cooley, Julie Coles. Third row - Pete Sifuentes, Oscar Galvan, Mary Carter, Larry Sanchez, Marlene Lamebull', Gilbert
row - Leonard Gonzales, Karen Lewis, Wally Morrison, Bonita Gunn, Rod Muffett. Mary Shea, Duane Uscola, Colleen Dinehart, Junior
Davison, Pam Green, Dennis Hackner, Sheri Bailey, Alfred Tobia, Louis Krebs, Marsha Burgett', Neil Cummings, Paula Walker. Sixth
Eids, Ron Schmidt, Mike Carter, Janice Eilers', David Whittington, Leon Johnson, Scott Gibbs.' - Majorettes.
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Miss Elsie Tittsworth, Adviser
Mr. Everett Cook, Adviser
Danny Burgett - V. Pres. l2l
Rick Desmarais - Pres.
Jolene Heide - Sec. lll
Vivian Mirosh - Treas. l2l
Cindy Potter -I Treas. lll
Cam Spicer - V. Pres. l2l
Kaelin Van Leuven
The FTA Club offered ten girls the opportunity to learn about
the field of teaching. Two of the girls actually took part in
assistant-teaching at Toppenish elementary schools. They
were Judy Phillips and Toni Solis.
The club's main goal was to give these students experience in
different areas of teaching and knowledge for the future. Their
main activities included serving the teachers at the FTA
banquet at the new high school. Gifts were exchanged at their
annual Christmas banquet. All in all the year was very
Several meetings set the scene for a busy 71-72 year for all
the members of Torch. Business-at-hand consisted of many
annual duties such as the program sales at games, concession
stands, and advertisement for the AA Basketball tournament
The Honor Society also made time for putting on a pep
assembly, followed by persistent efforts to purchase a new flag
for the new senior high building. Time, patience, and hard work T
made this a very prosperous year for Torch.
A SERIOUS MOMENT-Judy Phillips, Vivian Mirosh, Cecilia Ramirez and I
Cathy Tobia think over a problem during an FTA meeting.
WILLING LISTENERS-Kathy Mears and Sherry Williams listen to plans for
their Torch pep assembly,
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CAREFUL ATTENTION-Barb Gamble listens intently to plans for a F.T.A. field trip.
THATS RIG HT-Student teacher Judy Phillips teaches one of her students the art of
EVEN PRESIDENTS WORK!-Rick Demarais gives Honor Society a hand by painting
boxes for use at one of the many concessions during games.
Miss Marian Ross, Adviser
Janice Eilers - V. Pres.
Cindy Hagerman - Treas.
Judy Phillips - Pres.
Cecilia Ramirez - Hist.
Lori Wike - Secretary
TACTFUL SALESWOMEN-Helen Morrill looks on as Madeleine
Lybbert gives Laurel Murray the hard sell on programs sold by
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SURPRISE!-Mr. Babich receives award at the banquet.
FFA FOREVER-Third place at the homecoming parade.
FARMER OF THE YEAR!--Barry Halvorson presents the pin while other
Mr. John Babich - Adviser
Ed Gunnier - Sentinel
Barry Halvorson - Pres.
Mike Rowe - Sec.
Tom Sak - Treas.
Mike Toner- V. Pres.
Ed Van Cleave
The Future Farmers of America started off the year at the
Central Washington State Fair with the yearly fair booth. Other
activities in the year included the hayride in October and
serving at the ranch party in January.
Spring brought the annual FFA banquet at which Mr. Babich
was presented a trophy from the chapter. Serving at the FHA
Banquet was next, initheir blue and yellow jackets and big
May 1, 2, and 3 brought the Central Washington Junior
Livestock show. The FFA members were excused from school
to prepare the pens for the squealing pigs, wooly lambs, and
kicking steers. The third day of the show, having sold their
animals and feeling rich, they picked up their forks and began
the clean-up of the grounds.
Now under peace and quiet the chapter prepares for the
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The October initiation got the FHA girls off to a bright '72 year. "U
and l Sugar" was their motto, which received a great applause from
the other schools during the Soap Lake Convention. Carolling
December 23 at the nursing home and Toppenish hospital
highlighted the Christmas season. During three basketball games
the FHA girls ran the concessions and sponsored an after-game
dance. Serving at the annual FFA banquet showed the club's
interest in helping others. "Our World is Your World" was the '72
theme at the traditional FHA banquet held in April when the
officers were installed.
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Activities during the '72 trail were supervised by Miss Cecilia Ouirk
The theme was the FHA members' promise to her.
BANQUET-Flita Riojas serves at the F.F.A. banquet.
ADVISER -Miss Cecilia Ouirk receives flowers during the FFA Banquet.
SMILE!-Darlene Clements shows her spirit during initiation.
Miss Cecelia Ouirk - Adviser Karen Febus-Sec.
Kathy Mears-V. Pres.
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For the new members joining the Girls' Athletic Association
the '72 year started out as embarrassment with the annual
initiation. For old members it was an initiation with lots of
laughs as songs were sung and eggs were thrown. The three
pigtails and bobby socks added to the laughter. lVloney-making
projects included the selling of parkas. T-shirts and sweat
shirts which sold quickly. Candy selling was the biggest money-
making project for the association. G AA also ran the
concession stand during the basketball tournament.
All these activities and the school games help the girls to earn
points so they could join Pep Club and the receive the GAA pin.
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DONKEY BASKETBALL-Judy Jones doesn't know what she is in for
neither does the donkey.
DON'T MOVE!-Frances Tobia tries to take the candy from Johnie Moore
CHOW-Yvonne Stobough and Mary Solis serve at the ranch party.
HELPING HAND-Yearbook Adviser Jennifer Pryor, Fred Reimer. Cecilia
Ramirez, Joedy Clements, Lori Wike and Terri Taylor make this year's outline
with the help of former adviser Lorna Finch and Pischel representative Ron
Miss Jennifer Pryor-Adviser
John Castilleja-Asst. Photog.
Cecilia Ramirez-Bus. Mgr., Co-Ed.
Fred Reimer-Asst. Bus. Mgr.
Tex Reid-End Sheet Photo
NEW ANG LE--John Castilleja tries a new way to get crowd pictures.
"LET'S WRITE THAT DOWN."-Miss Pryor and Cecilia Ramierz go over
TEAM WORK-Fred Reimer and Joedy Clements are ready to sell yearbooks
The booster drive led off the year for staff members as they
were excused from a day of school. At mid-term they acquired
two new members, Jim Sevigny and Rudy Leon. They led a
membership drive in lVlay for staff next year, and ended with an
initiation of '71 -'72 members and a final shipment of copy.
Throughout the year the staff busied themselves with layouts,
picture cropping, and copy. There was a Saturday training
period where former staff members helped new-comers with
yearbook problems. With a staff of nine, they worked together
with Adviser Jennifer Pryor, and Editor Terri Taylor to build a
good record of the year's activities and events.
"HOW ABOUT HERE?"-Margarett Aichele suggests an area for a story to
Mr. Mathis and Gene Seefeild.
DETERMINATION-Glenn Althoff concentrates on type setting.
"rI:lTTLE MORE TO THE LEFT"-Mr. Jim Flint focuses on football practice
CATERWAU L STAFF
Mr. John Mathis - Advisor
Margaret Aichele - Editor-in-Chief
Glenn Althoff - Sports Editor
Cathy Eli - Typist
Jolene Heide - Typist
Madeleine Lybbert - Circulation Manager
Under the leadership of editor Margrett Aichele, the Caterwaul
staff did their best to cover the activities of the year in
editorials. articles and pictures. With a new journalism class
and a new composing stick to back them, the paper became a
more regular sight and part of Top-Hi. In addition to the regular
columns were a Word from the President, Mike's Music
Column and, of course, in the final issue, the Senior Wills.
Two other students also were kept busy reporting about Top-
Hi. Neal Cummings and Cam Spicer covered the years events
in the printed pages of the Toppenish Review. Sports coverage
of Top-Hi in the Review was done by Mr. Bob Winters in
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ASSISTANT SU PERINTENDENT
DIRECTOR OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS
SCHOOL BOARD-Joe Pinkham, R.E. Bowles, Jack Thorington, Wallace Floyd, Paul Archer
Coming from Arlington to become Superintendent of
Toppenish schools, Dr. George Bowers meets faculty,
students, and patrons. His responsibilities are budgets, building
plans, bond elections, faculty assignments, curriculum
improvements, and getting school information to the public.
Assistant Superintendent Hugh Barr helps in the lunch
program, buses, buildings and grounds, purchasing, and
Both men are responsible to and directed by the five elected to
the school board. The November elections brought Paul Archer
and Joe Pinkham to join this group for the first of their monthly
Director of Federal Programs Walter Polley encourages
summer school programs, arranges for federal lunch
commodities, and manages student work programs to improve
Toppenish's educational offerings.
Typewriters, adding machines. telephones, duplicating
machines, and filing cabinets keep the secretaries busy.
Newest to this group is Sandy Massett. She is learning of a
side of Top-Hi different from the one she knew as a student.
Visiting students' homes, bringing film and recording
equipment to their classrooms, and checking on their health
needs are ways of reaching the students for the home visitors,
visual aids man, and school nurse.
OFFICE MANAGER LOUISE POTTER
SECRETARIES NELLIE RABER. EDNA THOMAS
SECRETARY SANDY MASSETT
VISUAL AIDS ROBERT DALRYMPLE
SCHOOL NURSE FREDA MCCLURE
HOME VISITORS-Ellis Johnson, Tom Cerna. Ted Strom.
'Don Foster, Ted Ross. Leonard Andrews, Alan Smith.
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CARPENTERS Mr. Charles Veals, Mr. Sam Meyers, Mr. Ted Ross.
BUS DRIVERS Ted Strom, Ellis Johnson, Charles Veals, Earl Brost, Lew Derry, Ed MiIIer,John Mason,
FLEET MANAGER Mr. Ted Potter. Not pictured Maintenance Supervisor, Mr. James Owens,
SENIOR HIGH OFFICE Secretary Mrs. Hattie Lacell and Miss Ross work with
faculty and students.
TEACHERS' AIDE Mrs. Cheryl Steinmetz
OFFICE GIRLS Cindy Potter and Carol Mendoza
Helping teachers, typing bulletins, answering telephones, and
giving information to students and faculty keeps Mrs. Hattie
Lacell, Secretary, and Mrs. Cheryl Steinmetz, teachers' aide,
Miss Marian Ross and office girls Erma Bangs, Anna Goudy,
Madeleine Lybbert, Denise Hixson, Sharon Young, Leslie
Rowe, and Cindy Potter help with attendance.
The custodians, bus drivers, and carpenters are the various
people responsible for caring for classrooms and taking
students to classes, games, and field trips. Mr. Jim Owens,
Maintenance Supervisor, and Mr. Ted Potter, Fleet Manager,
coordinate the work of these men.
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WHICH ONE?-Mr. Cook helps out at concession
SIDE FIEFS-Nlr. Mirosh and IVIr. Strom discuss
PRINCIPAL A.J. STROIVI solved the many teachers', parents',
and students' problems that crossed his desk at Top-Hi. He
supervised the spring moving into the new high school.
IVIFI. CLIFF MYRON added a new job this year, vice principal.
He took on the big task of changing the attendance
GIRLS' COUNSELOR IVIRS. HELEN RICHARDS is new to the
Top-Hi staff this year. She listened to student problems and
measured senior girls for their caps and gowns as part of her
BOYS' COUNSELOR EVERETT COOK continued his duties this
year with many activities, including pre-college and aptitude
tests. He also measured the senior boys for their caps and
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HERE WE ARE-Mr. Burr rewinds the tape for his music class to listen to.
WHERE IS lT?-Mrs. Stritzel and Rita Riojas look for a book card,
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"I KNOW . . . lTHlNK!?!"-Vicky Zutter looks to Kevin Barr for the answer.
"AND THE NEXT THlNG"-Mr. Weibler tells it like it is.
CHECK IT OUT!-Marg:-1retAichele says it isjust right.
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MISS LORNA FINCH
MISS MARIANNE HABA
MR. JOHN BABICH teaches both junior and senior high
agriculture. He directs the football concession stand and is the
Adding to U.S. History his sociology and economics classes,
MR. JOHN BATOR keeps busy. He is both football and golf
MR. GERALD BURR is choir director and substitute band
director, and manages to squeeze in time for a swing choir and
Teaching office machines and general business is only one of
MRS. RUTH DlXON'S duties. She is also Top-Hi's Typing ll
New this year to Top-Hi is MR. GERALD FARNSWORTH. He
teaches freshman and sophomore biology. He added to these
the jobs of wrestling coach and sophomore class adviser.
To her regular art classes for the junior and senior highs. MISS
LORNA FINCH this year added advanced art. At the beginning
of the year she used her many years of experience to advise
the new annual adviser and staff.
Being adviser to ski club, pep club and GAA took much of
MISS MARIANNE HABA's time but she also spent many
hours in the gym teaching girls' physical education.
DID YOU HEAR THAT?-Leslie Hinchey and Patty Rice listen intently to a
MR. BRUCE JOHNSON
IVIR. THOMAS JONES
NIR. LLOYD KEENE
BLAKE LOTT MR JOHN MATHIS MR CLIFFORD MERCER MR. PHIL MIROSH
Also new to Top-Hi's staff this year is contemporary world
problems teacher MR. BRUCE JOHNSON. To this he added
the job of wrestling coach.
MR. THOMAS JONES instructed his students in three
levels of French and two of Russian.
This year MR. LLOYD KEENE taught two senior high
classes the art of bookkeeping. On March 9 he became the
proud father of a baby girl. Mr. Keene kept the scores for
MR. BLAKE LOTT conducted experiments in physics and
chemistry. He taught earth science and kept records during
the basketball season.
Even though his English classes include modern poetry and
mass communications, MR. JOHN MATHIS finds time to
be the adviser for the Caterwaul.
Creating much noise and dust with his saws. MR.
CLIFFORD MERCER teaches his students how to construct
things in wood shop. In addition he is a sophomore adviser.
MR. PHIL MIROSH joins the boys in his physical education
classes on the intramural teams. He also hears the click of
typewriters during his third period typing class.
"GET ME OUT OF HEREl!!'-Cindy Potter implores "fiancee" John
Castillija to take off her handcuffs during a play.
ONE LAST TOUCH - SUCCESS!-Dan Burgett and lab partner Kent
Oliver try their hand at dissection of a fetal pig.
MONDAY AFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES4Mr. Shellenberger explains
slides while Kathy Mutch and Karen Anderson listen.
HOLD STILL-Mrs. Mary Sargent demonstrates make-up technique to
some of her drama students. Drama students Sylvia Goodno, Theresa
Walker, Ramona lbarra, and Alfred Tobia.
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SHORTHAND HELPS!-Miss O.uirk and Mrs. Shipman writes down
what's happening at an assembly.
Teaching psychology to juniors and seniors in her ninth year at
Top-Hi, MRS. ALICE MUEHE led student discussions on
various subjects, including dreams. premonitions, and funerals.
Mrs. Muehe also taught English to sophomores and served as
a senior class adviser.
In his second year at Top-Hi MR. RICHARD OTTO again
taught crafts and leather shop and was a junior class adviser.
On the sports side he coached the baseball team and was ski
New to Top-Hi this year is MISS JENNIFER PRYOR. Miss
Pryor teaches first and second year Spanish. two classes of
bU.S. History, and is annual adviser.
Teaching Top-Hi girls the fundamentals of cooking and sewing
is the job of MISS CECELIA OUIRK. She is adviser for the
Future Homemakers of America.
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MR. RICHARD OTTO
MISS JENNIFER PRYOR
MISS CECELIA OUIRK
1 MISS MARIAN ROSS
MRS. MARY SARGENT
MR. JIM SHEA
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DISAPPEARING UPRIGHT BASS!-Mr. Lott conducts an experiment for his
MISS MARIAN ROSS had a busy year. She taught tenth grade
English, Remedial Reading, Developmental Reading and
received a mini-grant to teach a new medical terminology
class. She was also FTA adviser.
MRS. MARY SARGENT teaches several English courses.
including creative writing, modern novel, and two drama
classes. She, Miss Ross, and various students wrote Learning
Activity Packets, new this year.
Timing engines, grinding valves. and overhauling motors were
included in MR. JIM SHEA'S auto mechanics classes. This was
his eighth year at Top-Hi.
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ll, and Ill teacher. He had his students doing such things as
dissecting frogs and taking each others' blood tests. He is a
sophomore class adviser.
MRS. MARIE SHIPMAN teaches many English classes
including Vocational and sophomore English. She is a junior
MRS. VERASTRITZEL is Top-Hi's librarian. This year she
allowed chess games in her study periods. She is also
sophomore class adviser.
MISS ELSIE TITTSWORTH is the shorthand and typing I and ll
teacher. She is Honor Society adviser.
ALL EYES FRONT-Even the faculty gets involved in assemblies as
shown by Mr. Winters, Mr. Otto. Miss Haba and Mr. Weibler.
STAGE FRIGHT -Mrs. Sargent waits for her cue to join the Top-Hi's
choir in a concert.
JUST LIKE THIS-Cindy Potter demonstrates during a meeting in which
the choir plans for an assembly.
PIE IN THE EYE-Mrf Mathis and Mr. Weibler descend the stairs with
the prizes for spirit yells.
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Top-Hi's director is MR. CARL TOLLEFSON. He led the band
on many trips, including one to Spokane. He is the pep band
MISS JOYCE TREVINO, girls' track coach, also supervises
sophomore study halls. She is new to Top-Hi.
MR. ANDY VANDENBRINK teaches algebra, advanced
algebra, trigonometry, and math analysis to Top-Hi's
Happy-go-lucky MR. JOE WEIBLER is one of the advisers for
the class of '73. He is also a geometry and review math
MR. BOB WINTERS' drivers' education students drove him up
the wall, not to mention poles, trees, and curbs. All kidding
aside. Mr. Winters coached football and basketball and is an
adviser for the class of '72.
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IT WON'T MOVE!-Glenn Althoff proves a law of physics while Alfred Tobia and Renee Brulotte watch the show.
"AND FURTHERMORE. . ."-Mr. Myron lectures his sixth period class.
PAR LEZ VOUS FRANCAIS-Sandy Ashlock does the bookwork on her French.
VER-RY INTER-RESTING-Jim Barnes and Mr. Johnson find something very amusing.
RAPT ATTENTION-Terry Hinson files her nails as Sue Evans, Marlene Kinder, Joel Augenstine, and Patricia Umtuch listen to the instructor.
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C FLAT OR C NATURAL-Pam Green points out the
GRASS ROOTS-Rich Lozano, Jack Hickel, Tom Cerna
and Steve Keeling do some down to earth work in
HMMM, THAT'S INTERESTING-Duane Uscola looks
at an article in the Caterwaul.
DAY'S DONE-Madeleine Lybbert puts away music
and musical instrument.
PICK. PICK, CHOP, CHOP-Lupe Alaniz look on as Mr.
Farnsworth assists Kim Brower to dissect her frog.
DYNAMIO DUO-Anita Brown watches while John Vergin shows Karen
Olson how it's done.
THE FOUR MUSKETEERS-John Long, Guy Hoon. Mike Sandberg. and Rick
Ridgway express different emotions during one of Mr. Johnsons spine chilling
POSING-Phil Sealock shows the johnny-on-the-spot camera man his home
built trailer for farm shop.
HELP! Alan Wolfe gets in trouble when he tries to eat suckers and twirls a
physics wheel all at one time.
AH! THAT'S A NICE! Alfred Tobia enjoys while Ramona lberra does her thing
MECHANIC AT WORK-Jesse Juarez watches while Leon Johnson tightens a
HEAVY! Top-Hi students listen with open ears while the campus life players
tell their story.
. .ONE IN THE SPIRIT. . ."-Crowds of students enjoy the music of the
"WE'VE GOT SPIRIT. . ."-Cecilia Ramirez. June Bess. Yolanda Escamilla,
Helen Morrill, Rosa Garza, and Rita Riojas turn out for a local basketball game.
"JUST A LITTLE TO YOUR RIGHT"-Mr. Robert Williams poses Connie
Brundidge for her senior picture.
"WOW! I HOPE THAT'S ALL."-John Vergin staples programs for choir's fall
BUSY BODIES-Miss Finch counts paper while Leon Johnson works the silk
"VERY INTERESTING. . ."-Leonard Gonzales and Greg Foiles look over the
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CONCENTRATION' Tex Reid and Jon Bush ponder over a chess problem
"AND THE BAND PLAYED ON."-David Whittington, Alfred Tobia, Junior Aguirre, Wally Morrison, and Leon Johnson play for a wrestling match.
A NOON BREAK-Karen Cook and Jeanne Humphrey relax in the sun.
NOW WE CAN RELAX-Guy Hoon and John Vergin come downstairs after a choir concert.
PETRUCHIO AND THE GIRLS-A W.S.U. Comedian answers questions for Cecilia Ramirez
and Helen Morrill after a performance.
JUNIOFIS V Bob Walker, Sherry HOMECOMING KING QUEEN - Jim Walker, Pam SOPHOMOFIE PRINCE 84 PRINCESS - Doug Pecheos, Paula
Williams King Long
WAITING-Gary Holwegner and Debbie Clark enjoy their meal before Miss
Toppenish was chosen.
FINALISTS-Tension mounts as Debbie Clark, Marlene Kinder and Cindy Potter
await the decision.
Senior Prince 84 Princess Danny Burgett and Becky McClain
To open Top-Hi's Homecoming festivities Mr. Gerald
Farnsworth made the introductions of the court. Sophomore
Prince Doug Pecheos and Princess Paula Long led the path for
Junior Prince Bob Walker and Princess Sherry Williams with
Senior Prince Danny Burgett and Princess Becky McClain
close behind. Finally the awaited moment arrived, the grand
entrance of King Jim Walker and Queen Pam King. With the
crowning of the royalty. Homecoming had begun. The day
ended with a great victory over Selah and the traditional
homecoming dance which rounded out the evening.
On the evening of January 27th, three girls vied for the title of
Miss Toppenish. After a steak dinner came the moment of
truth. Only one could win. With the tense music of Mr. Gerald
Burr, Mr. Jim Flint made the final announcement: "Debbie
Clark!" was the new Miss Toppenish with Cindy Potter and
Marlene Kinder as her court.
The Jr.-Sr. Prom was the last formal dance of the year. The
Juniors chose the theme of "lmagine." The color scheme was
a combination of light and dark blues with a fountain and a
garden of radiant flowers adding atmosphere to an enjoyable
evening of fun and dancing. Highlighting the evening was the
Coronation of King Joe Garcia and Queen Yolanda Escamilla.
ANTICIPATION-Joe Garcia and Yolanda Escamilla await the announcement
of the Jr.-Sr. Prom Royalty.
SMILES-Royalty Joe Garcia and Yolanda Escamilla smile after being
crowned Prom King 81 Queen.
TOP EIGHTEEN-Front row: Cam Spicer, Rick Desmarais, Glen Althoff, Vivian Mirosh. Second row: Renee Brulotte, Sandi Smith, Dan
Burgett, Terry Hinson. Third row: John Long, Jolene Heide. Alan Wolfe, Alfred Tobia. Fourth row: Cathy Tobia, Kevin Barr, Debbie
Clark. Marlene Kinder,Janice Eilers. Not pictured: Leonardo Castillo.
American Legion Auxiliary: Vivian Mirosh
American Legion: Kevin Barr
English Award: Margaret Aichele
Fortnightly Award: Helen Morrill
Babe Ruth Awards: Cindy Hagerman and Jim Navejar
Agriculture: Kelly Northrup
Bausch 81 Lomb and Departmental Science: Rick Demarais
Math: Dan Burgett
Annual Business Mgr. and Co-Editor: Cecilia Ramirez
Journalism: Margaret Aichele
G.A.A.: Vivian Mirosh
Drill Team: Yolanda Escamilla and JoEllen Seymer
Junior Aguirre, Drummer
History: John Long
Band: Alfred Tobia and Junior Aguirre
Choir: Cindy Potter and Cecilia Ramirez
School Spirit: Jim Navejar
Athletics: Glen Kern
ASB: Guy Hoon, Kevin Barr, Margaret Aichele, Becky
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ASB President's Gavel: Guy Hoon
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Toppenish High School Torch: Vivian Mirosh,'Margaret
Aichele, Dan Burgett
F,F.A. Scholarship: Barry Halvorson
Toppenish Lions' Club: Joedy Clements
Toppenish Education Association: Helen Morrill
Buena Grange: Eddie Jo Van Cleave
George Washington Foundation: Terry Hinson
University of Rochester: Rick Desmarais
Spokane Community College Athletic: Kevin Barr
Yakima Tribal Scholarship: Cathy Eli
Gonzaga University: Janice Eilers
Professional Secretary Inst.: JoAnn Lloyd
Eagles Junior Rodeo: Joe Garcia and Sandra Sander
Fort Restaurant: Anna Ring
Mr. Lee's Beauty School: Susan Evans, Marlene Kinder,
Becky McClain, Cecilia Ramirez
JUNIORS MASONIC AWARD
Kathi Mears John Suggs
IF I HAD A HAMMER-Mr. Strom presents A.S.B. President Guy
Hoon with an engraved gavel.
CONGRATULATIONS-Dan Burgett receives-the Math Award
from Mr. Vandenbrink.
SENIOR AWARDS-Mr. Tolleffson presents the Band Award to Junior Aguirre:
Renee Brulotte receives her Activity certificate from Mr. Strom: Viv Mirosh receives
her American Legion Award from Mr, Mirosh.
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FLOWER POWER-Karen Cook prepares a flower for the sophomore float.
"ARE YOU SURE?"--David Cron looks back for encouragement during a skit.
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Pinkham, Eric Johnson, Don Steinmetz and Mitch Hixson look on. A
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MARY CARTER LUCY CASTILLEJA JOHN CERNA
JOEY CHARRON CEDRIC CLARK KATHY CLARK
DARLENE CLEMENTS JULIE COLES RANDY COLLINS
KAREN COOK MELODY COOK CARMEN COOLEY
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ANOTHER DAY-Kathy Holwegner and Carol Johnson busily complete their
FALL DAY-Karen Lewis, Mary Shea and Nancy Walker share a walk into the
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rings and dream of next year.
WILL WE WIN?-Tension mounts as Ricky Bowles, Tom Sevigny and Kent Oliver draw closer
to Ellensburg for the big cross country meet,
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"lT'S NOT HERE?"-Ona Hemstreet questions her locker partner's remark.
"N-E-S-T-L-E-S, NESTLE'S MAKES THE VERY BEST!"-Terri Simmons takes a break at the
"l PLEDGE ..."-Sophomores give good showing at pep assemblies.
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ME'gEIlgiH gEgSIGnEEncElg5R LET'S SEE?-Donna Barczyszyn takes a final look at flowers for the homecoming float
BERT MI LLER LEAH MI LLS HURRAH!-Lynn Dean and Gerry Desmarais gladly close Driver's Ed. books.
BETTY MOODY JOHNIE MOORE WALLY MORRISON
ROD MUFFETI' LAUREL MURRAY KATHLEEN MUTCH
KENT OLIVER JUAN OZUNA AIDA PALMA
JUAN PALMA CATHY PARKS DOUG PECHEOS
REVEILLE-Louis Krebs practices his horn during noon hour.
REFUELING-Bryan Pratt and Dale Hagerman build energy for a busy'
"AND THE BEAT GOES ON . . ."-Sophomores enjoy a noon concert.
AND THEN SHE SAID ...-Linda Smith, Donna Barczyszyn and Rene
Schademan give "minutes" of last locker-side chat.
PEREZ BARBARA PETERSON BILL PETTIT
RAMIREZ JAMES RAY RAY RAZO
JOE PINKHAM BRYAN PRATT LUPE RAMIREZ
ROBERT REID VIRGINIA REYES DENISE RICHARDS
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TANA RICHARDS RITA RIOJAS FRANK RODRIOUE2
MONA RODRIQQEZ SUSIE RODRIGUEZ DAVID ROWE
WATCH ME!-Debbie Thornell trys a trickyjump for awed spectators
READY?-Randy Delp prepares to dazzle Mitch Hixson.
FASCINATINGI-John Wingerter and Mark Stoops absorb driving
technique in the classroom.
LET'S HAVE IT!-It's now or never for Colleen Dinehart as she
readies for the ball.
LARRY SANCH EZ
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FRANCES TOBIA AURORA TOBIAS MARY LOU TORREZ KATHY TUNER EARL TYNAN CAROL UNRUH
DUANE USCOLA PAMELA VEALS JOSE VILLANEUVA NANCY WALKER PAULA WALKER ALICE WOLVERTON
1-9-7-4 who's more, we're more! The motto the sophomores
hoped would come true. The class of '74 found senior high life
a new and exciting experience. The class elected Scott Leach
president, Gerry Desmarais vice-president, Rene Schademan
secretary, Dave Kinney activity manager, and John Cerna
treasurer. These students, with the support of their classmates
and advisers. Mrs. Vera Stritzel, Mr. Gerald Farnsworth, Mr.
Clifford Mercer, and Mr. Tom Shellenburger, worked out many
money-making projects, including selling apples and
sponsoring after-game dances.
Participating in and planning pep assemblies was a
comparatively new experience to the sophs. When it came to
vocal ability at these assemblies they came out on top. This
spirit helped them to win a cake at the final pep assembly.
Royalty for the Homecoming game was Princess Paula Long
and Prince Doug Pecheos. Sophomores gave a big boost to the
sports scene at Top-Hi and replaced the graduated members of
As the '72 year came to a close the Class of '74 realized that
the spring of '74 was not too far away.
OFFICERS-V. Pres. Gerry Desmarais, Pres. Scott Leach, Treas. John Cerna,
Act. Mgr. David Kinney, and Sec. Rene Schademan.
GOSH-Kathy Holwegner. Carol Johnson, Carol Unruh get excited during
Epitasio Pete Sifuentes
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LET'S EAT-Leah Mills buys a snack
THY WENTZ RICHARD WIKE
E WILLIAMS SANDRA WILSON
WILSON JOHN WINGERTER
WINNIER BRUCE WINTERFELD
RY WISHKOSKI JONNI WRIGHT
NOT PICTURED: WILDA ASHBY, ROBERT COMENOUT, DAVID CONNER,
GUADALUPE CROWDER. DARRELL ELWELL, LARRY HANSEN, KEN
HAUGH, MYRNA HOWELL, ALDON JUAREZ, SANTOS LEOS, FRANK
MAREZ, JAMES MENINICK, DANIEL STORY, THELMA WABAUNSEE.
KATHLEEN ADAMS MANUEL AGUIRRE DAVID AICHELE LUPE ANAYA FRED ANDERSON
KAREN ANDERSON FRANK ANDREAS CHAR LENE ASHBY SHIRLEY ASHBY SANDRA ASHLOCK
ALMOST THERE-Nancy Conrad and Erika Schneider bend glass for an oxygen experiment.
"WHERE?"-Janet King searches for a book
DECISIONS. DECISIONS-Which ring will juniors choose?
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"NEXT PAGE PLEASE"-It's a big book for Martha Lopez.
CON SU LTATION-Chris Thorington shares knowledge with Fred Anderson.
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JOHN GALVAN GEORGE GAMBLE INA GARCIA ANNA GARZA MARTHA GARZA
RON GATES ' THERESA GOMEZ
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HINCHEY EILEEN JOE
JOHNSON SHANE JONES
"SEE THE HAPPY WlLDCATS"-M aunel Aguirre and Abel Castilleja pose on the sidelines.
A HELPING HAND-Mr. Massett reaches out to aid juniors with concession stand.
DAY DREAMING-Dan Bloom relieves a memorable past experience while Tony Nelson and
Ted Friss listen to the present.
"THAT MAKES SENSE"-Sherry Williams analyzes her reading.
AN UNDERSTANDING MIND-Cary Martin listens to a history
JESSE JUAREZ JACK KING JAN ET KING TERFIY KNIGHT CALVIN KROLL
STEVE KUKES VERNON LACELL MARLENE LAMEBULL TONI LEINGANG DEBBIE LLOYD
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MERIDITH VICKY MILLS Schlenker and George Gamble.
MEARS CAROL MEN DOZA AH, FOOD-Mrs. Basto. Bonita Gunn and Loretta Bowers dish it out to Shawn Chandler, Ron
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JESSE NAVARRO TONY NELSON JORDON NORTHRUP CLAYTON NULPH VICKY OLIVAS
CAROL OROZCO REXINE OSBOFINE WANDA OWEN RICHARD PALACZ CINDI PARDO
JHN PER EZ DENNIS PETERSON
ORREST QUICK LUIS RAMIREZ MONICA RAMIREZ
RON PILGRIM IDA PINKHAM
RITA RAMIREZ ROBERT REID
"SLOW DOWN!"-The ground is passing too fast for Toni Leingang as
Cindi Williams gives her a push.
"HURRY!"-It's almost time as Kaelin VanLeuven adds the finishing
touches to the float.
"HAVE A DRINK"-Erika Schneider donates her help in the junior
"SURPRISE!"-You never know what Jesse Juarez might be up to.
FRED REIMER PATTI RICE
LESLIE ROWE JOHNNY SANCHEZ
SHERI SCALLEY DEBBIE SCHAEFER
MIKE SCHELERT RON SCHLENKER
MARY LOU SANCHEZ
"DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?"-Jay Uppinghouse
completes his eye test.
"Mmmm GOOD!"-Mary Phifer cooks up a great
creation in Home Ec.
SCHMIERER ERIKA SCHEIDER
SMITH ANTONIA SOLIS
"HOP-ALONG AND SIDEKlCK"-After spraining his ankle
Rick Bowles accompanied by Bob Walker, makes his way
cautiously down the hall.
STEVENS YVONNE STOBAUCH
RON SHEETS BILL SMITH LINDA SMITH
MARY SO LIS BARBARA SORENSEN HARVEY STEVENS
JOHN SUGGS TERRI LEE TAYLOR CHRIS THORINGTON MIKE TONER ROD TREECE
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THIS ONE OR THAT ONE?-Act. Mgr. Rick Bowles. Sgt.-at-Arms Vernon LaCeII. Act. Mgr. Nancy Conrad, Secretary Erika Sc
Treasurer Diane Harris, V. Pres. John Suggs, and President Mike Wright choose their class rings.
NOT PICTURED: MARIA ALANIZ. GARY BARNES, MARLENE BILLY, BOB
CRAIG, DON DAVENPORT. CHRIS DELAFUENTE, AUSTIN DEXTER, GALEN
ELWELL, CODY GARNER, LUPE GARZA, ROBERT GOMEZ. MERCED
GONZALEZ. DELORES GUTIERREZ, TOM HAGERMAN, SANTOS
HERNANDEZ, RAMONA IBARRA, DAVID KINNEY, ANGIE MACIAS,
DENNIS MADEN, ROY MALZAHN, JOHNNY MESA. LUPE OLIVAREZ,
JUNIOR OZUNA. PAT PETERSON, CARROL GREEN PHIFER, LINDA
PYLICAN, ROSA SANCHEZ, OSCAR TOBIAS, JOHN TREVINO, JOHN
VERGIN, AND RUSSELL WYLOLES.
WALKER STEVE WARD SHERYL WEIPPERT
WHITE DAVID Wl'I'I'INGTON CYNDI WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS MIKE WRIGHT ADAM YZAGUIRRE
NO LAUGHING MATTER-John Trevino takes his
eye test seriously,
The class of '73 raised money by sponsoring aftergame dances
and selling food at the concession stand during games. These
hard working juniors also sponsored pep assemblies and took
pre-college tests. They selected and purchased their class rings
and, while holding many meetings to plan and decorate for the
prom, they were aided by advisors Mr. John Bator, Mrs. Marie
Shipman, Mr. Joe Weibler and Mr. Richard Otto.
i IT'S A PIN-Jay Uppinghouse pins Mike Carter in wrestling practice.
LITl'LE DRUMMER BOY-Jesse Juarez does his thing at the choir concert in Toppenish.
PEPSI PLEASE-Mark Beavers and Nancy Conrad serve the pepsi at the juniors' concession stands.
HALLWAY CHATTER-Johnny Sanchez tells the latest gossip to his pal,
ITHAS TO BE PERFECT-Juan Benavides straightens his typing paper before going to work.
"NO, IT'S LIKE THlS" Ruth Duncan gives advice to Sherri Williams as Loretta Bowers continues her work alone. adage
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JOEL AUGENSTINE ANGELIA BAILEY ERMA BANGS ROIVIAN BARCZYSZYN
HOMEWORK ANYWHERE-When it's time to do homework anyplace will do. At
least Viv Mirosh and Cindy Hagerman think so, as they work on the counter in the
LUNCHTIME CAPERS-Cathy Tobia watches the camera while Robyn Tanneburg
watches her lunch.
BASKET, BASKET, 2 POINTS-Gary Gulley shoots a miniature ball while Kathleen
Nlutch, Karen Olsen, and David Cron watch anxiously.
WHERE DOES THIS GO? -Guy Hoon and Steve Everett carry a riser for the choir to
KEVIN BARR ERIC BENZ JIM BERG
DAVID BETSCHART MARK BOUCHEY BILL BURGEOIS
CONNIE BRUNDIDGE DANNY BURGETT ROSEMARY CABRERA
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CONCENTRATION-Roman Barczyszyn completes his work of art.
TW A N G !- Mike "El-Ka-bong" Sander strums again!
MASTER AT WORK-Robyn Tanneberg makes a mess of herself.
JOHN CASTILLEJA LEONARDO CASTILLO
DENNIS CHANDLER DEBBIE CLARK
JOEDY CLEMENTS ROBIN CLOSE
DAN DAVISON LAURIE DAVISON
LONNIE DINEHART JANICE EILERS
MARY ESCAMILLA YOLAN DA ESCAMILLA
RICK DERREY RICK DESIVIARAIS
CATHY ELI ROY ERVIN
SUE EVANS NATHAN FAUTH
BRYCE FRANK BARBARA GAIVIBLE
JAMES GOUDY DOUG GRAY
JOE GARCIA ARTHUR GARZA
PAM GREEN LORY RICH GUESS
CINDY HAGERIVIAN DAN HALDENIAN
BARRY HALVORSON JOLENE HEIDE
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JIWI HELMS ROSEMARY HERNANDEZ
RQCHARD HOCHREIN GUY HOON
TERRY HINSON DENISE HIXSON
ROSENIARY IBARRA JOHN JANACHEK
SANDRA JIIVI LINDA IVIITCHEL JOHNSON
LADDER TO SUCCESS-Hardly! Guy Hoon sits on top of the "spirit" ladder:
as school spirit reaches its peak Rene Brulotte gives him a pie in the face.
FANCY FREE-Marlene Kinder kicks in the new semester with a joyous
Wlameafla Za Pememfez
BOY, WHAT A HAUL!I!: John Long and Guy Hoon get good results after
passing the hat to raise money to take a rooters' bus.
GREG KESSINGER GLORIA KINCAID SANDY JOHNSON RICHARD KEARNES
RUDY LEON JO ANN LLOYD KAREN KERBY GLENN KERN
NIARLENE KINDER PAM KING
JOHNALONG IVIADELEINE LYBBERT
BECKI MCCLAIN LESLIE MCFARLAND
GABRIEL MARTINES VIVIAN MIROSH
HELEN MORRILL KEITH MUTCH
LARRY MYERS JIM NAVEJAR
TIME FOR A BREAK: Alfred Tobia enjoys the halftime entertainment with Robyn
Tanneberg, Mary Escamilla, and Terry Hinson.
TWO, TWO, TWO GUNS IN ONE: Kevin Barr and Alfred Tobia do their thing as Guy
Hoon gives them a hand with the microphone.
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JUDY PHILLIPS CINDY POTTER TED POTTER DEBBIE OUALLS
BUD QUIGLEY CECILIA RAIVIIREZ NORNIA RAIVIIREZ DANIEL RAIVIOS
JUDY RICH RICK RIDGWAY ANNA RING MICHAEL ROWE
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Phillips. Cathy Tobia, and Robyn Tanneburg share in a Pep Club
STICKY SUBJECT-Cam Spicer and Renee Brulotte conduct an
experiment with magnets for physics.
TRUE! FOR TEN POINTS History students Barbara Gamble and
Lori Wike work together on class quiz.
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PHILLIPSEALOCK GILBERT SEEFELDT JEAN SEEFELDT
JO SEYMER RICK SHIELDS RICK SHRYACK
SANDI SMITH MARTHA SOLIS CAM SPICER
TONI CRONKHITE SIEFRING
WHAT'S THAT AGAIN? -Becky McClain and Marlene Kinder
aren't listening to their instructor.
PLEASE?-Barbara Gamble and Vickie Zutter sell the programs
at football games.
NOW WHAT?-Laurie Davison and Cathy Tobia don't seem to
be concentrating on the assignment.
KEITH SWEEZEA ROBYN TANNEBERG SHERRILL THORNELL ALFRED TOBIA
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WHAT IS IT?-Something lor someonel is distracting Mike Pecheos from what Philip
Sealock is saying.
MAKING USE OF THE LIBRARY-Pam King and Judy Phillips do their schoolwork.
CLICK, CLICK, CLICK-Laurie Davison types her assignment for typing.
EDDIE VAN CLEAVE JIIVI WALKER
I I LORI WI KE DEBBIE WINGERTER
ALAN WOLFE JEAN WYCKOFF
NOT PICTURED: RICH ALBAUGH, KAREN BASWELL, ANTONIO
CAPETILLO, JOHN CARRUTH. YVETTE CLARK, STEVE EVERETT.
JOHN FRANCO, ANN GOUDY, GARY GU LLEY, KENNETH HEILMAN,
DICK MARTIN, ROGER SLlGER,JIIVI SPICER, AND DANNY USCOLA.
CATHY TOBIA PATRICIA UIVITUCH
TERESA WALKER DONNA WATERS
TWINKLE WINN DENICE WINTERFELD
YOUNG VICKI ZUTTER
"DAY IS DONE"-Junior Aguirre smiles as he walks to his car after
another day of school.
' cm FINALE-Jim Helms finishes his agriculture project.
CLASS OFFICERS-President Jim Walker. Treasurer Leslie McFarland. Secretary Cathy Eli, Sgt.-at-Arms Karen Olsen, and Vice President Rudy
WHOA!-Mark Bouchey takes a spill at the donkey basketball game.
STU DY TIME-Gloria Kincaid does some last minute studying in D.0.
RUSH, RUSH. RUSH: Pam King beats the class as she hurries to be the first
one out of her seat,
The three years which the seniors once thought would never
end reached their final days in 1972.
As sophomores they entered a totally new environment. They
found the high school full of new activities and friendships. At
the end of a busy junior year, they said farewell to the
graduating class and became the senior class of 1972.
As seniors they were' spectators and participators in fall and
winter sports. Homecoming meant the crowning of their king
and queen plus a first place float. When Spring finally arrived
the thought of nearby graduation thrilled the whole class. The
Junior-Senior Prom, final exams, the senior awards assembly
and Bacculaureate added to the excitement. Finally
Commencement and the all-night party ended their senior
ln the coming years these graduating seniors may fondly
remember that they were the Class of '72,
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'JUNIOR AGUIRRE: Ski Club 10-11-12: Board of Control 11: Baseball 10-
12: Tennis 11-12: Wrestling 10-11: Band 10-11-12: Pep Band 10-11-12:
Drill Team Drummer 11-12.
MARGARET AICHELE: Ski Club 10-11-12: Torch 10-11-12: GAA 10-11-12:
Graduation Usher 11: Board of Control 12, Secretary 12: Class Play 1 1: Prom
Chr. 11: Tennis 10-11-12: Girls' State 11: Caterwaul Reporter 12. Ed.-in-
Chief 12: Choir 12. Pianist 1 1-12: Manhattans 12: Drill Team 1 1-12.
RICH ALBAUGH: Class Play 10: Caterwaul Ad Mgr. 11.
GLENN ALTHOFF: Wildcats 11-12: Class Play Student Director 12: Wrestling
10-11-12: Caterwaul Sports Reporter 12, Ed. 12: Talon 12: Masonic Top Ten
11. Transfer from Zillah 10.
'JOE AMARO: Class Play 11: Basketball 10-12: Intramural Champ Team 11:
Bleacher Crew 10.
JOEL AUGENSTINE: FFA 10-11-12: Baseball 10-11-12: Football 11: Band
10. Pep Band 10. Transfer from White Swan 11.
'ERMA BANGS: Tohiscan 11: Ski Club 12: Pep Club 12, Sec. 12: GAA 10-
' ROMAN BARCZYSZYN: Talon Club 1 1-12, V. Pres. 12.
JIM BARNES: Class V. Pres. 11: Football 11: Basketball 12: Track 11: Band
Libr. 10-11: Boys' State 11: Lettermen's Club 10. Transfer from Harlem,
KEVIN BARR: Class Pres. 10: Wildcats 10-1 1-12. V. Pres. 11: Torch 11-12:
Graduation Usher 11: Board of Control 10-11, V. Pres. 11: Football 10-11:
Basketball 10-11-12:, Track 10-11-12: Cross Country 12: Prom Server 10:
Boys' State 1 1: Choir 12. V. Pres. 12. Manhattans 12: Leadership Conference
10: Dress Code Comm. Chr. 1 1: State Track Meet 11: State Cross Country 12.
ERIC BENZ: Ski Club 12: Wildcats 12: Class Play 12: Baseball 12: Football
12: Intramurals 12: Co-Chr. Football Banquet 12: Talon Pie-Eating Champ 11.
Transfer from Yakima 1 1.
'JIM BERG: Golf 10: Caterwaul 12.
DAVID BETSHART: Transfer from Stevenson. Wash. 10.
'MARK BOUCHEY: Ski Club 10-11-12: Wildcats 12: FFA 10-11-12:
' BILL BOURGEOIS: Tennis 10-11-12: Basketball 10-12.
'RENEE BRULOTTE: Ski Club 10-11-12. Scrapbook Chr. 11: Pep Club 12:
GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 10-11-12: Tennis 10-11-12: Track 10: Prom
Server 1 1: Caterwaul Reporter 10: Concession Stand Gen. Chr. 10.
CONNIE BRUNDIDGE: Ski Club 11: Rally Squad 12. Cheer Conference 12:
GAA 11-12: Drill Team 11.Transfer from Lake Oswego. Oregon 11.
DANNY BURGETT: Wildcats 12: Track 10-1 1-12: Wrestling 10-1 1-122 Cross
Country 12: Homecoming Prince 12: Band 10: Caterwaul 12: Talon 11-12:
Masonic Top Ten 11.
ANTONIO CAPETILLO: Bleacher Crew 10-12.
JOHN CARRUTH: Wildcats 12: Class Play 11: Football 10-11: Track 10-11-
12: Wrestling 1O.
'JOHN CASTILLEJA: Tohiscan 12: Wrestling 10-12: Cross Country 12: Band
10-11. Pep Band 10-11.
LEONARDO CASTILLO: Torch 11-12: Track 10: Boys' State 11.
'DEBBIE CLARK: Class Sec. 10. Steering Comm. 11: Pep Club 11-12: Torch
12: Rally Squad 11-12, Cheer Conference 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Board of
Control 10: Prom Server 10: Choir 12. Pianist 12, Manhattans 12: Drill Team
10-11:Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 10: Miss Toppenish 12.
YVETTE CLARK: Transfer from Hoquiam. Wash. 12.
'JOEDY CLEMENTS:Tohiscan12: Pep Club 12: FHA 11-12, Pres. 12: GAA
10-11-12: Drill Team 11-12.
' ROBIN CLOSE: Class Play 1 1: Prom Server 11.
'DAN DAVISON: Class V. Pres. 11: Band 10-11-12, Student Dir. 10-11, Pep
Band 10-11: Choir Pianist 11-12, ManhattansJazz Band 11-12.
LAURIE DAVISON: Ski Club 10: FHA 10-11-12: Band 10-11. Pep Band 10-
RICK DESMARAIS: Steering Comm. 11-12: Torch 11-12. Pres. 12: Board of
Control 12: Class Play 12: Dance Chr. 12: Cross Country 10: Prom Server 10:
Boys' State 11: Masonic Top Ten 11: Leadership Conference 11: Camp
Chapparal Counselor 11: Bausch and Lomb Science Award 12.
LONNIE DINEHART: Ski Club 10: Baseball 10-11-12.
'JANICE EILERS: Ski Club 10-11-12, Sec. 12: Steering Comm. 11: Pep Club
11-12: GAA 10-1 1-12: FTA 10-1 1-12. V. Pres. 12. Sec. 11: Band 10-11-12.
Majorette 11-12. Pep Band 10-11: Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 10: Ranch Party
Server 1 1 : Twirling Conference 12.
CATHY ELI: Ski Club 11-12. Class Sec. 12: FHA 11-12: GAA 10-11-12:
'Twelve years at Toppenish
Prom Chr. 11: Caterwaul 12.
' ROY ERVIN: Talon 12.
'MARY ESCAMILLA: Pep Club 11-12: Rally Squad 11-12, Cheer Conference
11-12: GAA 10-11-12: From Chr. 11-12: Drill Team 10-1 1.
'YOLANDA ESCAMILLA: GAA 10-1 1-12: Drill Team 11-12, Leader 12.
'SUE EVANS: Ski Club 11-12: Pep Club 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Board of
Control 12: Graduation Usher 11: Prom Chr. 11: Homecoming Princess 11:
Drill Team 10-11-12: Ranch Party Server 10-11.
'STEVE EVERETT: Choir .10-1 1-12, V. Pres. 11. Manhattans 10-11-12: Talon
NATHAN FAUTH: Class Play 11: Baseball 12: Choir 11-12. Manhattans 11-
' BRYCE FRANK: Choir 11: Caterwaul Reporter 12.
'BARBARA GAMBLE: Torch 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Graduation Usher 112
FTA 12: Track 12: Prom Server 10: Drill Team 10-1 1-12.
'JOE GARCIA: Wildcats 12: Football 12: Wrestling 10-11-12: Cross Country
'PAMELA GREEN: Ski Club 10-11: Class Treas. 10, Steering Comm. 10-11:
Pep Club 11-12: Rally Squad 11-12. Cheer Conference 11-12: GAA 10-11-
12: Graduation Server 10: Board of Control 10: Class Play 11. Play Crew 11:
Prom Server 10: Band 10-11-12. Sec. 11. Majorette 10-11, Pep Band 10-11:
Leadership Conference 10: Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 10.
'LORY RICH GUESS: GAA 10-11-12: Band 10: DrilITeam 12.
GARY GULLEY: FFA 12: Basketball 10-11-12: Track 10: Cross Country 11:
Prom Server 10.
'CINDY HAGERMAN: Pep Club 11-12. Pres. 12: GAA 10-1 1-12. Point Chr.
11: FTA 10-11-12,Treas. 12: FTA 10-11-12,Treas. 12: Board of Control 12:
Tennis 10-11-12: Choir 10-11: Ranch Party Server 10-11.
DAN HALDEMAN: Football 11-12, Basketball 10-11-12: Track 11: Cross
Country 10: Golf 10-12.
'BARRY HALVORSON: Ski Club 10-11-12: FFA 10-11-12. Pres. 12,
Sentinel 10: Board of Control 10-12: Talon 11-12.
JOLENE HEIDE: Torch 11-12. Sec. 12: Class Play 11: Caterwaul Reporter and
JIM HELMS: FFA 10-1 1-12: Football 10-1 1-12: Intramural Champ Team 12:
Homecoming Prince 11.
' ROSEMARY HERNANDEZ: Board of Control 12.
'TERRY HINSONZ Pep Club 11-12: Torch 11-12: Rally Squad 11-12, Cheer
Conference 11112: GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 1 1: Drill Team 10-1 1: Masonic
Top Ten 11: Homecoming'Parade Chr. 12.
'DENISE HIXSON: Ski Club 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 11: Drill
RICHARD HOCHREIN: Baseball 12. Transfer from Illinois 1 1.
GUY HOON: Class V. Pres. 10: Wildcats 11-12: Torch 11-12: Graduation
Usher 11. Announcer 11: Board of Control 10, Pres. 12: Sr. Ball Server 10:
Football 10-11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10: Choir 12, Manhattans 12:
Leadership Conf. 12.
ROSE MARY IBARRA: Transfer from Florida 10.
'JOHN JANACHEK: Ski Club 10-11-12, Sec-Treas. 12: Graduation Usher
11, Server 11: Board of Control 12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10: Talon 11-12.
'LINDA MITCHELLJOHNSON: Ski Club 11: GAA 10-11-12: Band 10.
'SANDY JOHNSON: GAA 10-1 1-12: Choir 10-1 1-12.
RICHARD KEARNES: Football 10: Camp Chapparal Counselor 11.
'KAREN KERBY: GAA 10-11: Homecoming Princess 10.
GLENN KERN: Football 10-11-12: Basketball 10-11: Track 10-11-12.
GREG KESSINGER: FFA 10-11-12, Reporter 11: Prom Prince 11.
'GLORIA KINCAID: Tohiscan 12: Class Play 11.
'MARLENE KINDER: GAA 10-11-12: Board of Control 10-11: Graduation
Usher 11: Prom Chr. 11, Dance Chr. 10-11: Band 10, Pep Band 10: Girls'
State 11: Dress Code Sec. 11: Miss Toppenish Princess 12.
'PAM KING: Tohiscan 10-11: FHA 10-11: GAA 10-11-12: Homecoming
Queen 12: Drill Team 10-1 1-12.
'RUDY LEON: Tohiscan 12: Class V. Pres. 12: Wildcats 12: Baseball 11-12:
Wrestling 12: Cross Country 10-11: Intramural Basketball 11-12: Caterwaul
Sports Reporter 10: Talon 11-12, Comptroller 12.
JOANN LLOYD: Tohiscan 1 1. Transfer from Calif. 10.
'JOHN LONG: Wildcats 12: Sr. Ball Server 10: Baseball 11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom
Server 10: Band 10-11, Pep Band 10-11: Talon 11-12. Sec-Treas. 12:
Masonic Top Ten 11.
MADELEINE LYBBERT: Torch 12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 11: Band 10-11-12.
Pep Band 11-12: Caterwaul Circ. and Exchange Ed. 12.
'BECKY MCCLAIN: FHA 12: GAA 10-11: Graduation Usher 11: Board of
Control 12: Class Play 11: Homecoming Princess 12: Caterwaul Reporter 1 1:
'LESLIE MCFARLAND: Ski Club 12: Class Treas. 12: Pep Club 11-12: FHA
'DICK MARTIN: FFA 10-11-12: Baseball 10-11-12: Football 10-11-12:
'GABRIEL MARTINEZ: Wrestling 12.
'VIVIAN MIROSH: Ski Club 10: Class Treas. 11: Pep Club 11-12. Social Chr.
12: Torch 11-12, Treas. 12: GAA 10-11-12, V. Pres. 11: Graduation Usher
11: FTA 10-11-12, Treas. 11, Historian 10: Board of Control 11-12: Tennis
10-1 1-12: Girls' State 1 1: Drill Team 10-1 1-12.
'JIM MOLANO: Wildcats 12: Track 10-11-12, Mgr. 10-11, Cross Country
11: Bleacher Crew: Talon 1 1-12.
HELEN MORRILL: Tohiscan 11: Ski Club 11: Torch 11-12: GAA 10-11, Pt.
Comm. 11: Board of Control 12: Masonic Top Ten 12.
'KEITH MUTCH: Ski Club 10: Band 10-11, Pep Band 10-11: Drill Team 10-
'LARRY MYERS: Ski Club 10-11-12: Wildcats 11-12: Baseball 10-11-122
Intramural Champ Team 10-12: Masonic Top Ten 11.
JIM NAVEJAR: Track 11-12: Wrestling 11-12: Cross Country 11-12: Choir
11: Talon 12: Donkey Basketball 11-12.
' KELLY NORTHRUP1 FFA 10, Judging Team 10-11.
KAREN OLSON: Act. Mgr. 12, Steering Comm. 12: GAA 10-1 1-12: Board of
Control 10-11-12: Class Play 11, Student Dir. 11: Jr.-Sr. Prom Chr. 11,
Dance Chr. 10-11:Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 11: Choir 11-12. Ensemble 11.
'MIKE PECHEOS: Ski Club 10-1 1-12: Track 12: Cross Country 10-11: Talon
CATHY PETERSON: FHA 10-11-12, Treas. 12: GAA 10-11-12: FTA 101
Class Play 1 1 : Choir 1 1-1 2: Drill Team 12.
'JUDY PHILLIPS: Ski Club 10-11-12, V. Pres. 12: Pep Club 11-12, Treas.
12: GAA 10-11-12: FTA 10-11-12, Pres. 12: Board of Control 12: Prom Chr.
11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10: Band 10-11-12, Sec. 12, Majorette 11-12.
Pep Band 11: Banquet Server 10.
'CINDY POTTER: Tohiscan 10-11, Ed. 11:Torch 11-12. Treas. 12: FTA 10:
Board of Control 11: Class Play 11-12: Choir 10-11-12. Sec. 11-12, Publicity
Comm. 11-12, Manhattans10-11-12, Operetta Stu. Dir. 12: Miss Toppenish
'DEBBIE OUALLS: FHA 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 12: Choir 11-12.
'J.D. lBUDl OUIGLEY: Wildcats 12: Baseball 10-11-12: Cross Country 10-
11: Intramural Champ Team 11: Choir 10.
'CECILIA RAMIREZ: Tohiscan 11-12, Bus. Mgr. 11-12, Co-Ed. 12: Steering
Comm. 12: Pep Club 11-12, Demerit Chr. 12: FHA 10-11-12, Hist. 12: GAA
10-11-12, Social Chr. 12: Graduation Usher 11: FTA 12, Hist. 12: Board of
Control 12: Choir 10-11-12, Ensemble 11-12. Publicity Comm. 10-11-12.
Manhattans 11-12. Stu. Dir. 12: Camp Chapparal Counselor 11: FHA State
NORMA RAMIREZ: Pep Club 11-12: FHA 10-11: GAA 10-1 1-12: Drill Team
'DAN RAMOS: Wildcats 10-11-12: Basketball 10: Cross Country 10 J
Intramural Champ Team 11.
'JUDY RICH: Ski Club 10: FHA 10: GAA 10-11: Class Play 11: Band 10-11.
Majorette 10-1 1.
RICK RIDGWAY: Baseball 11-12: Intramural Champ Team 12. Transfer from
'ANNA RING: Ski Club 10-11: GAA 10-11.
'MICHAEL ROWE: Ski Club 11-12: FFA Sec. 12: Baseball 12.
STEVE SAINSBURYZ Ski Club 10: Wildcats 10-11-12: Basketball 10-11-122
Track 10: Cross Country 1 1.
'TOM SAK: FFA 10-11-12,Treas. 12.Judging team 11.
WILMA SAM: Choir 12. Transfer from Yakima 12.
'AMELIA SANCHEZ: Pep Club 11-12: FHA 11-12: GAA 10-11-122 Choir 10-
11-12: FHA State Rep. 11.
'MIKE SANDBERG: Wildcats 12: Baseball 12: Football 10-11-12: Golf 10-
11: Co-Chr. Football Banquet: lntramurals10-11-12.
'MIKE SANDER: Ski Club 10-12: Class Pres. 11: Stage Band 11.
'DELWAYNE SCHELERT: Choir 11-12,Manhattans11-12.
'JANICE SCHNEIDER: FHA 10-11: GAA 10-11: Board of Control 12: Band
10-11, Pep Band 10-1 1, Prom Chr. 11.
CINDY ENGLAND SCHULTZ: Choir 10-1 1-12. Transfer from Idaho 10.
' RICK SCHUTZ: Wildcats 11-12: Graduation Usher 11: Football 10-11-12.
'PHILIP SEALOCK: FFA 10-1 1-12: Graduation Jr. Leader 1 1: Football 10.
'GILBERT SEEFELDT: Class Play 11: Baseball 12: Football 10: Intramural
Champ Team 11-12: Caterwaul Reporter 12: Talon 12: Golf 10: Football
Banquet Comm. 12: Intramurals 10-1 1-12: National Merit 10.
JEAN SEEFELDT: GAA 10. Transfer from Arizona 10.
'JIM SEVIGNY: Tohiscan 12: Wildcats 10-11-12. Pres. 12: Board of Control
12: Wrestling 10-1 1-12: Cross Country 1 1-12: Talon 1 1-12.
'JO ELLEN SEYMER: Ski Club 10: Pep Club 11-12: GAA 10-11-12: Class
Play 11: Board of Control 12: Band 10, Pep Band 10: Drill Team 11-12.
Leader 12, Drill Conference.
'RICK SHIELDS: Baseball 10: Football 10-11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10:
Homecoming Prince 10,
RICK SHRYACK: Transfer from Yakima 10.
TONI CRONKHITE SIEFRING: FHA 10-11: GAA 10-11-12: Drill Team 11-
'ROGER SLIGER: I
SANDI SMITH: Ski Club 11-12: Class Pres. 11: Pep Club 10-11-12, Demerit
Chr. 12: Torch 11-12: GAA 10-11-12. Pres. 12, Treas. 11: Board of Control
11-12: Prom Chr. 11, Banquet Chr. 11: Tennis 10-11-12: Track 10: Jr.-Sr.
Prom Server 12: Girls' State: Choir 11-12: Leadership Conference 11: All-
State Choir 1 1.
MARTHA SOLIS: Transfer from Wapato 12.
CAM SPICER: Ski Club 10-1 1 : Torch 1 1-12. V. Pres. 12, Sec. 12: GAA 10-1 1-
12: Graduation Usher 11: FTA 11-12: Tennis 10: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10:
Hanford Trip 12: National Merit 12.
MELODIE STORY: Class Play 1 1: Caterwaul Typist.
' KEITH SWEEZEA: Ski Club 10: Graduation Usher 11: Act. Mgr. 12.
'ROBYN TANNEBERG: Pep Club 11-12: Rally Squad 11-12, Cheer
Conference 11: GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 11: Band 10-11-12, Pep Band 10.
SHERRILL THORNELL: FHA 12: GAA 10-1 1-12: Drill Team 11-12.
'ALFRED TOBIA: Board of Control 12: Track 10-11-12: Cross Country 12:
Band 10-11-12, Pres. 12. Pep Band 11-12.
'CATHY TOBIA: Ski Club 10-11-12, Sec.-Treas. 11: Class Act. Mgr, 10-112
Pep Club 12. Treas. 12: Rally Squad 11, Cheer Conference 11: GAA 10-11-
12, Treas. 12: Junior Leader 11: FTA 12: Class Play 11: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server
10: Drill Team 10-1 1: Masonic Top Ten 11.
' PATRICIA UMTUCH: Ski Club 12: Band 12, Pep Band 12.
EDDIE VAN CLEAVE: FFA 11-12.
'JIM WALKER: Ski Club 12: Class Pres. 12: Wildcats 11-12: FFA 12: Board
of Control 12: Class Play 11: Football 10-11-12: Basketball 11: Track 11-12:
Homecoming King 12: Golf 10.
'TERESA WALKER: Ski Club 10: FHA 10: GAA 10-1 1: Class Play 12.
' DONNA WATERS: GAA 10: Class Play 12, Play Crew 12: Choir 10.
LORI WIKE: Tohiscan 12: Ski Club 11: FHA 10-11-12, Parliamentarian 112
GAA 10-11-12: FTA 12, Sec. 12: Band 10-11, Pep Band 11: Sr. Float Chr.
DEBBY WINGERTER: Ski Club 10-1 1 2 GAA 10-1 1-12: Drill Team 12.
TWINKLE WINN1 Ski Club 10.
DENICE WINTERFELD: Transfer from Ohio 12.
'ALAN WOLFE: Ski Club 10-11-12, Pres. 12, Sec.-Treas. 11: Board of
Control 12: Sr. Ball Server 10: Football 10-11-12, Intramural Champ Team
10: Golf 10: Talon 1 1-12.
'JEAN WYCKOFF: Tohiscan 11: Choir 10-11-12: Manhattans 11-12.
' SHARON YOUNG
'VICKI ZUTTER: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10: Choir 12.
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' S E
COMMON SENSE AND THE OPEN MIND-John Long advises the graduating
JUNIOR LEADERS-Kathi Mears and Richard Bowman.
DRESS REHEARSAL-June Bess tries on her cap and gown.
WRAPPING UP-Mr. Cook and Mr. Johnson check in senior robes for Kevin
Barr and Rudy Leon.
I MADE IT!-Seniors say good-bye to Top-Hi.
To you, the class of 1972, thank goodness this year is nearly
over for at least most of you. Someone once said that if you
can't say something nice about someone, its better not to say
anything. Well, I am going to say something, not much, and
you have no chance for rebuttal. But here are a few
suggestions from the establishment for which some of you
have no use. You have your Choice in the following: To be on
time or be late. To accept responsibility or make excuses. To
think for yourself or not bother to think. To get things done or
alibi. To depend on yourself or on others. To face life's
challenge or dodge it. To be honest or cheat. To work or to
shirk. To love or to hate. None of these choices are excused or
unexcused: they are your choices. These and many more you
will face in future. We, your parents, relatives, friends, faculty,
and I, will be watching you to see what your choices will be.
Good luck and God bless you.
em' af 1972
DRESS REHEARSAL-Glamour girls Vickie Zutter, Terri Lee Taylor, Loretta
Bowers, Margaret Aichele and Becky McClain practice their jealous girlfriend
POLLUTION FIGHTER-Guy Hoon wheels into action on his three speed bike.
HELPING HAND-Cecilia Ramirez assists Madeleine Lybbert as she tries her cap
on for size.
AUTOGRAPH HOUNDS-Madeleine Lybbert, Linda Johnson, Sandy Johnson,
Rick Schutz, Terri Taylor and Cecilia Rameriz gather around the autograph table.
"CAN l HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH?"-Madeleine Lybbert adds Rudy Leon's
name to her list.
GETTIN' READY-Carol Mendoza, Chris Thorington. Donna Barczyszyn, Rene
Schademan, Denise Bouchey and Marianne Harris clean lockers before clearance
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Galvan, John 104
Adams, Kathleen 100
Aguirre, Frank 23,84.92,26.37
Aguirre, Junior 116.130,83.36,28,44.78
Aguirrre, Manuel 100,105.26
Aichele, Bruce 20
Aichele, David 100
Aichele, Margaret 1O,42,43,62,116.53,
Alaniz, Lupe 84,73
Althoff, Glenn 71,26,116.53,82
Alvarado, Connie 84
Anaya. Lupe 100,5.26.27
Anderson, Fred 19,29,31,100,102.32.
Anderson, Karen 10,100.65
Andreas, Frank 19,100.35
Andrews, Leonard 58
Archer, Paul Mr. 56
Ashby, Charlene 100
Ashby. Shirley 100
Ashby. Wilda 42
Ashlock, Sandra 10.71.100
Augenstine, Denise 11.84.45
Cabrera, Mike 102
Cabrera. Rosemary 117
Campos, Gaudelia 102
Capetillo. Reynaldo 85
Carrasco, Joe 19.85
Carter. Mary 11.86.44
Carter, Michael 19,25.102,26,45,1 15,37
Castilleja, Abel 19,102,104
Castilleja. John 22,23,52.62,65.118
Castilleja. Lucy 86,44
Castillo, Casi 102.27
Castillo, lsidro 102
Cerna, John 86.26.98
Crena, Tom Mr. 57
Cerna, Thomas 102,73
Chandler, Dennis 118
Chandler, Shawn 102,107
Charron, Joey 86
Clark, Cedric 19,86
Clark, Debbie 10.42,43,80.1 18.82
Clark, Kathleen 86
Clayton. James 11,103,12,40.36
. Colleen 10,103.42.37
. Darlene 86,49
,John Mr. 48,62
Babich, Marianna 84.9O,37.36
Angelia 1 16
Sheri 1 1.84.45
Erma 1 16
Lu Ella 84,37
Barczyszyn, Donna 84,93,94.137
Barczyszyn. Roman 71,116,118
Barnes, Gary 35
Barnes, James 29,71,32.117
Barr, Hugh Mr. 56
Barr, Kevin 7,23.29,31,32,42,62,117,
Beasley. Wilma 1 1.84.44
Beavers. Mark 101,115
Beltran. David 19,101.42
Benz, Eric 19,117
Bator.John Mr. 19.62
Bess, June 77,117,134
Betschart, David 1 17
Bjur. Gary 19,84
Blackburn, Jody 85
Bliss, Denise 85
Bloom, Dan 101,105
Boekholder, Gerald Mr. 14,19
Bouchey, Denise 10,101,137
Bouchey, Mark 17,117,131
Bourgeois. Bill 31.32,1 17
Bowers. Kim 90
Bowers, George'Mr. 56,42
Bowers, Loretta 101.107,42,43,115.136
Bowles. R,E. Mr. 56
n. Richard 101.134
Bremer. Jon 101
Bremer, Josette 85,42
Broughton, Dianna 85
Brower, Kimberlie 85,73
Brown. Anita 75.85.42
Brown. Judy 101
Brown, Larry Mr. 19
Brulotte. Renee 71,117.121,125,82,83,36
Brundidge. Connie 10.77.117
Burgett, Danny 22,65,117,81.82.83,37
Burgett, Marsha 102,45
Burke, Frances 85.92.36
Burr, Gerald Mr. 42.43,61.62
Burton. Daryl 85
Close, Debra 103
Close, Robin 42,118
Cobb. Jeff 19,103.21.37
Collins, Don 103
Collins, Randy 86
Conrad, Nancy 10.100,103.20.122,115
Contreras, Mary 6
Cook. Everett Mr. 6,60,61.134
Cook, Karen 188.8.131.52.36
Cook, Melody 86
Cooley. Carmen 1 1.86.45
Cron, David 84.87.116
CROSS COUNTRY 24.25
Crowder, Guadelupe 42
Crowder. Janie 103.42
Cummings. Neal 11.103.45,35
Dalrymple, Robert Mr. 57
Dalton, Paul 17.28,103,42.35
Daniel. Tom 87
Davison. Dan 44.118
Davison, Laurie 118,127,128
Dean, Lynn 87.93.20
Delacruz. Arthur 87
Delp. Randy 31.87,97,32.33
Derrey. Lew Mr. 58
Derrey. Rick 1 19
Desmarais, Rick 47,119.82
Dexter, Kathy 1 1.87.44
Dinehart. Colleen 11.87,97.45.37
Dinehart. Lonnie 119
Dixon. Ruth Mrs. 62
Duncan, Ruth 103,115
Eids, David 29.103.32,44
Eilers, Janice 45,119,125,82
Eli, Cathy 1 19.130
Engbretson. Craig 37
Ervin, Kathi 87.42
Ervin, Roy 90,1 19
Escamilla. Jean 37
Escamilla. Mary 10,13,119,123.40
Escamilla. Yolanda 10.77,119.81
Espinosa. Arturo 87
Estrada, Lupe 103
Estrada, Teresa 87
Evans, Sue 10,71,13.119
Everett, Beverly 103,42
Everett, Steve 76,42,43,1 16
Everts, Gary 87
FACU LTY 64
Farnsworth. Gerald Mr. 24,5.26,63.73.66
Faucher, Richard 19.103
Fauth, Mark 104
Fauth, Nathan 42.43.119
Febus. Karen 10,104
Ferguson. Janis 88
Finch, Lorna Miss 77.52.63
Fitch. Alberta 88
Flint, Jim Mr. 42,53
Flores. Ramona 104
Floyd, Wallace Mr. 56
Foiles. Greg 77,104
Foster, Donald 58
Frank, Bryce 1 19
Friss. Richard 22.88.37
Friss. Ted 104,105
Furman. Dennis 88
FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA 48
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 49
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 47
Galvan, Oscar 88.42.44
Gamble, Barbara 10,47,119,125.127,7,37
Gamble, George 104.107
Garcia. Richard 24.88
Garza. Anna 104
Garza, Martha 104
Garza. Nora 88
Garza. Rosalinda 77.86.88
Gates, Ron 104
Gibbs, Scott 1 1.88
Gleason. Lawrence Mr. 58
Gomez, Theresa 104
Gonzales. Gus Mr. 58
Gonzales, Leonard 77,104.44
Goodno. Sylvia 104.42.65
Goudy. Isabelle 88
Grant, Wesley 88.44
Gray, Doug 120
Green, Pam 10,44.73.120
Green, Ronald 88
Guess. Kathleen 88,42
Guess, Lory Rich 120
Gulley. Gary 29.32.116
Gunn, Bonita 105,107.44
Gunnier. Edward 19,88
Gutierrez. Jane 88.42
Guzman, Clarabelle 42
Haba, Marianne Miss 20,61,63,68
Hackner. Dennis 11.88.44
Hagerman, Dale 88.94.35
Hagerman, Thomas 21
Halbert, Teresa 88
Haldeman. Dan 19.32.33,120
Halverson, Barry 13.48.120
Halvorson, David 88
Hamilton. Barbara 11,88
Hanson, Pam 105
Harris. Danny 90
Harris, Diane 105.44,112
Harris. Marianne 90.137
Harris, Richard 19.105
Harris, Waneta 90
Heide. Jolene 120,82
Hellman, Allen 90
Hemstreet, Ona 90,44
Hernandez, Rosemary 121
Herrera, Christopher 1 1.90.45
Hickle. Jack 73
Hinchey, Leslie 10,105.63
Hines, Billy 19.23.90
Hinson. Terry 10.71.121,123.82
Hinson. Tim 28,90
Hixson. Denise 10.11.121
Hixson. Mitch 19,184.108.40.206.37
Hochrein. Catherine 90.37
Hochrein. Richard 121 i
Holden, Arlie 90
Holwegner, Cathy 86.90.98
Hoon. Guy 17,75,12,42,43,79,1 16.121,
Horney, Gilbert 91.45.36
Humphrey. Jeanne 91 ,42,79,36
Ibarra, Rosemary 121
Iberra, Ramona 75,65
Jim, Sandra 121
Joe. Carrol 91
Joe, Eileen 106
Johnson, Bruce Mr. 24,71,26.64,134
Johnson, Carol 86.91.98
Johnson, Ellis Mr, 57,58
Johnson. Eric 84,91
Johnson, Leon 7,75,77,105,42,45.78
Johnson, Linda Mitchell 121.137
Johnson, Sandra 42,122,137
Jones, Donna 20
Jones, Shane 105
Jones, Tom 64
Juarez, Hector 91
Juarez, Jesse 75,220.127.116.11
Kearnes, Michael 17,91
Kearnes, Richard 71,6,122
Keeling. Steven 91.73
Keene, Lloyd 64
Kelley, Kim 91
Kerby, Karen 122
Kern. Glen 17,32,122.37
Kessinger. Greg 122
Kincaid, Gloria 122,131
Kinder, Marlene 71.80.121 ,127,82
King, Dennis 91 ,36
King. Jack 24,25.106.26
King, Pamela 10,122,128,131
Kinney, David 28,36,88.91
Knight, Terri 106
Kober. John 92
Krebs, Louis 11.92.94
Kroll, Calvin 106
Kukes, Steven 19,106
Lacell, Hattie Mrs, 59
Lacell, Vernon 106.12.112,37
Lamebull, Marlene 106,45
Leach, Scott 92.98
Leingang, Toni 10,106,109
Leon, Monica 92,36
Leon. Rudy 12,122,130,137.134
Leos, Santos 88
Lewis, Karen 86.92.44
Lloyd, Debbie 106
Lobb, David 107
Long. Paula 92
Lopez, Martha 10,102,107
Lopez. Rose 92
Lorton, Donnie 107
Lott, Blake Mr. 31 ,5,12,21,65,67
Lozano. Richard 92.73.36
Lundberg, Mark 28,92
Lybbert. Madeleine 11,47.73,122,136.137
McClain, Becky 7,42,123.127,81,136
McClure, Freda Mrs. 57
McFarland, Karen 37
McFarland, Leslie 10,123,130
McLavey, Sharon 107
Maden, Melody 93
Marez, Francisco 44
Marquez, Alicia 107
Marquez, Cecilia 93
Martin, Cary 106,107
Martin, Dick 17.31.32
Martinez, Gabriel 123
Mason.John Mr. 58
Massett, Charles Mr. 58,105
Massett, Sandy Miss 57
Masters. Sarah 93
Matheny. Melvin 107
Mathis, John Mr, 65.69.53
Matte, Dixie 93
Maupin, Sandra 11,107.44
Mears. Kathleen 107.42,43,46.134
Meigs, Charles 19.93
Meiser, George 93,36
Mendoza, Carol 10,107,137
Mercer, Clifford Mr. 65
Meredith. Peggy 93
Meredith, Susan 107
Meyers. Debra 93
Meyers, Larry 123,34
Meyers, Sam Mr. 58
Miller, Ed Mr. 58
Miller, Robert 93
Mills, Leah 93,98
Mills. Vicky 107
Mirosh, Phil Mr. 60.65.83
Mirosh, Vivian 1O,46,116,18.104.22.168.
Moody. Betty 94
Moore, Johnie 94.51
Morrill, Helen 77.47,79,123
Morrison. Wally 28,94,44,78,36
Muehe, Alice Mrs.
Muffett, Rod 88.94.45
Murray, Laurel 4.94,45,47
Mutch. Kathleen 94.116
Mutch. Keith 71.44.123
Myron, Cliff Mr. 71,60
Navarro. Jesse 108
Navejar, Jim 22.23.71,12,73.123.37
Nelson, Tony 105,108
Northrup, Kelley 124
Nulph, Clay 108
Olivas, Vicky 108.44
Oliver, Kent 22.23,28,88,94,65,37
Olson. Karen 75,42,116.124.130
Orozco, Caroline 10,108.42
Osborne, Rexine 108
Otto, Richard Mr. 29.20,67,68
Owen, Wanda 108
Ozuna, Juan 94
Palacz, Richard 19.108
Palma, Aida 94
Palma, Juan 94
Pardo, Cyndi 108,45
Parks. Katherine 94,95
Pecheos, Douglas 94
Pechoes, Mike 124,128
PEP CLUB 13
Perez. Johnny 109
Peterson. Barbara 95,6
Peterson. Cathy 10.42.124
Peterson. Dennis 109,26
Pettit, William 95
Phifer, Mary 109,110
Phillips, Judy 44,45.46,47,124,125.128
Pilgrim, Ronnie 109
Pinkham, Ida 109,42
Pinkham, Joe Mr. 56
Pinkham, Joe 19,28,84,95,34
Polley, Walter Mr. 56
Potter, Cindy 42.43,68,8O.65,124,40
Potter, Louise Mrs. 57
Potter, Ted Mr. 58
Potter. Ted 124
Pratt, Bryan 94.95,42.43
Pryor. Jennifer Miss 52,67
Oualls. Debbie 42.124
Quick. Forrest 109
Quigley. Bud 124
Quirk. Cecelia Miss 67.66
Raber, Nellie Mrs. 57
Rally Squad 29
Ramirez, Cecilia 77,13,42,43,46 52 79
Ramirez, Guadelupe 95
Ramirez. Luis 109
Ramirez. Maria 95
Ramirez. Monica 10.109
Ramirez, Norma 10.13.124
Ramirez, Rita 109
Ramos. Daniel 124
Ray. James 19.95
Razo, Ray 95
Reid, Robert 95
Reid, Robert lTexl 109,78,7
Reimer, Fred 110.52
Reyes. Virginia 95
Rice, Patricia 110,10,63
Richards, Denise 95
Richards, Helen Mrs. 60
Richards, Tana 96.45
Ridgway, Rick 75,124
Ring. Anna 124
Riojas, Maria Rita 96,49.61,77
Floss. Marian Miss 59.67
Ross. Ted Mr. 58
Rowe. David 96
Rowe, Leslie 110,10
Rowe, Michael 124
Sainsbury, Steve 29.32.125
Sak. Tom 125
Sam, Wilma 42.125
Sanchez: Mary Lou 1 10
Sandberg, Mike 17.75.126
Sander. Mike 6,126
Sander. Sandy 126
Sargent, Mary Mrs. 67.68.65
Scalley, Sheri 1 10
Schademan, Verena 94,97,98.137
Schaefer. Deborah 1 10
Schaefer, Edward 1 10
Schelert, Delwayne 42.43.126
Schelert, Maxine 126
Schelert, Michael 110
Schlenker, Richard 97.21
Schlenker, Ronald 107,110
Schmidt. Ron 11,110.45
Schmierer, Jerry 97
Schneider, Erika 10,100.109.112,111
SCHOOL BOARD 56
Schultz. Cindy England 42,126
Schutz, Rick 17,126,137
Sealock, Philip 75,127,128
Seefeldt. Gilbert 127.7
SENIORS 1 16
SENIOR SUMMARIES 139.140
Sevigny, Jim 22,23.24,12,26,127
Sevigny, Thomas 22.23,24.88,97,26.
Seymer.Jo Ellen 10.127
Shea.Jim Mr. 67
Shea, Mary 11,86,97.45
Sheets, Ron 11 1
Shellenberger, Tom Mr. 23.37,65.68,92
Shields, Rick 17,127
Shipman, Marie Mrs. 61.66.68
Shryack, Rick 127
Siefring, Eva 37
Siefring, Toni Cronkhite 127
Siefring, Milford 19.97
Sifuentes, Epitasio Pete 97,44
Simmons, Terri 90,97,42,43,37,36
SKI CLUB 20
Smith, Alan Mr. 58
Smith, Bill 42,1 11
Smith, Linda 10.94.111
Smith, Sandi 42.82.127
Smith, Sandy 1 11
Solis, Antonia 10,111
Solis, Martha 127
Solis, Mary 10.51.111
Sorenson. Barbara 10,111
Spicer, Cam 82,125,127
Stage, Edna 97
Starr, Debbie 97
Steinmetz, Cheryl Mrs. 59
Steinmetz, Donald 84.97.19
Sterns, Janet 97
Stevens, Harvey 1 1 1
Stevens. Susan 111
Stobaugh, Yvonne 51,111.35
Stoops, Mark 97
Story, Melodie 127
Stritzel, Vera Mrs. 61.68
Strom, A.J. Mr. 63,60.41,83
Strom, Ted Mr. 57,58
Stumps, Vicky 37
Suggs, John 28,112
Sweezea, Keith 128,41
Tanneberg. Robyn 1O,13.45,116.118.
Taylor, Terri 42,43.52,1 12,136,137
Thomas. Edna 57
Thorington, Chris 10,102.112,137
Thorington, Jack Mr. 56
Thornell. Debra 97
Thornell. Sherrill 10.40.125
Tittsworth, Elsie Miss 68
Tobia. Alfred 22.214.171.124.42,45.78,65,
Tobia. Cathy 46.116,125,127,129.82
Tobia. Frances 45.51.98
Tobias, Aurora 6.42.98
Tolleffson. Carl Mr. 1 1.69.83
Toner. Mike 19,112
Torrez, Mary Lou 98
Treece. Rodney 93,1 12
Trevin0.John 1 13
Turner, Kathy 98
Tuttle, Sheryl 112
Tynan, Earl 98
Umtuch, Patricia 71.44.129
Unruh, Carol 42,43,98,36
Uppinghouse, Jay 110.42,112.115,4O
Uscola, Duane 73.98.45
Van Alstine. Cynthia 1 12
Van Cleave. Eddie Jo 129
Vandenbrink, Andrew Mr. 69.83
Van Leuven. Myles Mr. 4.19.37
Van Leuven. Kaelin 10.109.112,36
Veals. Charles Mr. 58
Veals. Pam 98
Vergin. John 75,77,42,43.79
Villanueva. Jose 19,98
Walker, Bob 19.12,1 13,1 1 1,-40.41.37
Walker, Nancy 86.45.98
Walker, Paula 45.98
Walker, Teresa 65,129
Ward, Steve 19.113
Waters, Donna 129
Weibler, Joe Mr. 90,62,68.69
Weippert, Sheryl 44,1 13
Wentz. Kathleen 99
White, William 113
Whittington, David 145,78.113
Wike. Lori 52,125,129
Wike, Richard 99
Williams, Cynthia 10,109,113
Williams. Robert Mr. 77
Williams, Sherry 10,106,46.113.115
Williams, Vickie 99
Wilson, Sandra 99
Wilson. William 99
Wingerter. Debbie 11.129
Wingerter. John 97,99
Winn, Twinkle 129
Winnier. Vaughn 99
Winterfeld. Bruce 99
Winterfeld. Denise 129
Winters, Bob Mr. 4,126.96.36.199,32,68.69.
Wishkoski, Mary 99
Wolfe. Alan 188.8.131.52
Wolverton, Alice 44.45.98
Wright. Jonni 99
Wright, Michael 1 12,1 13
Wyckoff. Jean 129
Young. Pam 37
Young. Sharon 129
Young, Tam 37
Yzaguirre, Adam 113
Zutter, Vickie 15,42,62,127,129.136
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