Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)
- Class of 1973
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THE GOOD OLD DAYS - Vicky Williams, Debbie Coleman, Carmen Polley, Kaelin
Van Leuven. Cindy DeMoss, Denise Bouchey and Karen Reid dress up for
"HERE- LET ME HE'-P" - Karen COOK Kathi' Mvfon and Vickv IT TAKES CONCENTRATION - Maporenes Marlene Lamebull and cindy Potter
Stump are putting the volleyball net up for a game. Concentrate on their twirlmgl
"HEY, LOOK AT THE NAMES!" A Vicky Olivas and Rexine Osborne look at the new
Spirit of 1973
PATTIN' TO THE FINISH - Craig Engbretson closes in on his opponent in
"OH, SO THATS WHAT THAT MEANSl" - Miss Scott and Terri Taylor show
Mr. Furukawa, a Japanese visitor, the yearbook for 1972.
AUGUST: The 28th was an early opening for the long school
year. For many sophomores this was their first time in the new
high school. The opening week was an active one, full of
becoming acquainted with new and old friends as well as with
SEPTEMBER: After finally learning the way around school, its
time for sports: football, tennis. Cross Country lthis year it's for
girls as well as boysl. Also new is the volleyball team for girls
only. New FFA members suffered the usual rough initiation.
September 29th was the Homecoming game with Prosser.
featuring the Homecoming Royalty and Top-Hi band. A
beautiful globe was presented to the resource center by Mr.
Chuck Veals, representing the class of 1941.
OCTOBER: Fall leaves bring GAA and FHA initiations. Class
rings were ordered by the Junior Class. Class pictures were
taken for the annual. Ski Club and FTA entered a new season.
Around the end of the month a stage band was formed.
NOVEMBER: Top-Hi won the last football game of the season
beating Pullman 49-23. The worst day of the month was
report card day. Tohiscan sales ended the 22nd, just before
Thanksgiving vacation. Practice for basketball season began
lfor guys and girlsl, also wrestling lfor boys only.l
CUTTING UP - Mrs. Lacell and Kaelin Van Leuven have that
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NICE AND EASY - Kent Oliver shoots for two.
CONCENTRATION - Mr Winters, Mr. Allen and team wait expectantly for the outcome
ROOTERS - Spectators, team members, and Coach Scott concentrate on the game,
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT? - Mrs. Mitchell finds more overdue books to add to her lust.
SNOW FUN - David Cron and Glenna Wolfe enjoy a romp in the snow.
CAMPUS LIFE - Karen Febus, Anne Graaff, and Loretta Bowers are deep in
thought at a noon gathering.
LOOKING FOR THE GOOD POINTS - lVlr Lott finishes his bookwork on scores
after a basketball game.
DECEIVIBER: We drifted through the winter month of
December with many activities. Basketball and wrestling
began and, with snow around the corner, the Ski Club started a
new season, Lucky students and faculty received a real shot in
the arm with diptheria and tetanus shots. OUCH! Class rings
were ordered. A little black magic and the drama class
produced a play entitled "Get Witch Quick," Basketball and
ping pong intramurals kept the ball bouncing through the end
of the month.
JANUARY: Snow and cloudy skies filled the atmosphere for
the month of January. After a long and much appreciated
Christmas vacation, students had to buckle down to work. The
rnonth's activities reminded seniors that graduation time was
near at hand. They were measured for caps and gowns, and
voted for their favorite announcement style. Ski Club members
went on their first trip to White Pass.
FEBRUARY: February brought more snow accompanied by
lots of cold weather. Badminton intramurals started. Sherri
Scalley won the Betty Crocker Homemaking Contest. With
spring sports just a hop, skip, and a jump away, the guys and
gals had to have their physicals. February 10 was Dagwood
Sandwich Day for the Ski Club and February 13, the last
rooters bus took Top'Hi students to Selah.
MARCH: Tennis, golf, baseball. and track were the spring
sports lineup this year. "Bremers" team closed the intramural
basketball season by winning the championship. The Top-Hi
choir toured Central Washington College. Mrs. Sargent's
drama class performed "You Can't Take It With You." Thursday
the 29th marked report day, only 37 days left on the school
APRIL: The Toppenish school levy passed lthanks to many
people who helped with publicity and the adults who votedI,
Juniors took the Washington Pre-College Test which showed
them vocational possibilities. Pastel colors decorated the
Junior-Senior Prom the 27th. Work Day sent many students
out to earn money for athletic equipment.
MAY: ASB candidates campaigned for offices. The
Manhattans traveled to Portland, Oregon, for a jazz festival
competition on the 19th, The Senior Awards Assembly was
the 21st. Baccalaureate the 20th and Commencement the
24th were the last events for all the seniors.
JUNE: The 1stofJune brought juniors and sophomores to Top-
Hi for the last school day of the year and, unfortunately, report
FUTURE ASB OFFICER? - Monica Leon gives her campaign speech.
FAMILY TIDINGS - David Aichele, Loretta Bowers, John Vergin, Kathy Mears
perform in "Sir Oliver Descends Into Heaven."
"WHAT WAS THAT NOTE?" - Glenna Wolfe and Francis Tobia try to figure
out the next note,
"CONGRATU LATlONS" - Rich Bowles presents the Wildcat Service Pin to Mr.
AWARD - Rick Bowles receives an award at the Senior Awards Assembly,
PROM NIGHT A Ida Pinkham and her date watch others dance at the prom,
CONCERT? - Jerry Schmierer practices in music theory.
This year Drill Team members received new uniforms of red,
white and grey, which also happen to be Top-Hi school colors.
The thirty-five member team performed before hundreds of
viewers during football and basketball half-times. Long hours
of practice prove their school spirit. The girls begin at 7:30
A.lVl. and again at 7:30 PM.
Showing school spirit isn't hard for the Rally Squad members.
There is always some sadness in our defeats, but the joy is
doubled in our winnings. So win or lose, these girls inspire
rooters to put forth their best on behalf of the team.
The members of the Pep Band are strong spirited students who
support the basketball team by playing during the games. The
pep band adviser is lVlr. Gerald Fendell.
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"WE DID lT!" - Happy Rally Squad members rejoice.
1-2, 1-2 - Lucy Castilleja, Ona Hemstreet, Glenna Wolfe, Kathy Brost,
MaryAnne Morrison, Janice Evans, Sandra Herrera, Patsy Lozano, and Alice
Gonzales are some of the pep band members playing at a basketball game.
GET READY - Chris Thorington and Faye Beasley wait in anticipation.
A SPIRITED FACE - A Rally Squad smile from Terri Simmons.
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Kneeling: Chris Ramirez, Paula Long, Mary Lou Torres, Janie Crowder, Toni Solis. Carol Mendoza, Rosemary Lopez, Nancy Conrad, Rosa Garza, Vicki Williams,
Mary Solis, Colleen Clements, Second row: Captain Toni Leingang, Janet Stems, Erika Schnieder, Leslie Rowe, Darlene Clements, Tana Richards, Lupe Ramirez,
Debbie Thornell, Pam Veals, Monica Ramirez, Assistant Captain Sandy Ashlock. Third Row: LuElla Bangs, Karen Febus, Karen Cook, Patti Rice, Denise Bouchey.
Donna Barczyszyn, Debbie Coleman, Kathleen Mutch, Leslie Hinchey, and Jimi Burgett. Not Pictured: Kaelin Van Leuven, Julie Coles, Carol Orozco,
Sports and Spirit
Behind the Sports Scene
- Miss Haba - Adviser
LuEll Bangs - V. President
Darlene Clements - Secretary
Karen Cook - President
Mary Solis - Treasurer
"WALK SOFTLY AND CARRY A BIG STICK" - Paddleboys John Cerna, Wally Garcia, and Joe Guttierrez take care
of minor troublemakers during the basketball games as a part of their Lettermen's Club duties.
A MESSAGE FROM THEIR SPONSOR? - Mary Carter, Darlene Clementsi
Karen Anderson, LuElIa Bangs, and Vicki Olivas crowd around for a look at an
"ANY QUESTION?" - Adviser Miss Marianne Haba takes care of business at a
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WELL. IT'S LIKE THIS - Talon Club members Jim Clayton and Tex Reid give speeches during a meeting.
Pep Club is a girls' club responsible for helping maintain high
school spirit. Eligibility for Pep Club is determined by GAA
points and faculty recommendation. The members sell tickets
at all athletic events, promote school spirit by putting' up signs.
sponsoring rooter busses and keeping the announcement
board in the office up to date. Adviser Marianne Haba said.
"The members are really the 'cream of the crop' as they feel an
obligation to their school to provide service and enthusiasm."
Talon Club is a service organization composed proportionally of
seniors. juniors, and sophomores. lts prime function is to do
service for the school. ln the words of their adviser, Mr. Lott.
"The members are the unsung heroes of the parking lots. In
rain or shine, warm or freezing weather. they get people in the
lots for our athletic events and then patrol the area to protect
the property." The club also sponsors a pie-eating contest and
other activities to encourage school spirit. The last activity of
the year is a club picnic.
Wildcats, or Lettermen's Club, is basically a service club
composed of members who have earned varsity letters in any
sport. Their main duty is to maintain order and safety at all
athletic functions. They are the paddle boys, seen patrolling at
the games in the red and white jackets. Sponsoring the Donkey
basketball game in March was their main activity. The
proceeds of the game were used to purchase baseball
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Mr. Phil Mirosh - Adviser
Rick Bowles - President
Kent Oliver - Secretary - Treasurer
Tom Sevigny - Vice President
Mr. Blake Lott - Adviser
Rick Bowles - Comptroller
Jim Clayton - President
Tom Sevigny - Vice President
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WAY OVER THERE! - Dave Beltran, a senior of the Top-Hi Wildcats, is wondering about the next play,
LISTEN NOW! - Coach Bator gives a pep talk.
LINE UP! - Wildcats get in position for the next play.
The Top-Hi Wildcats ended the 1972 season with a 6-4
record, tied for third in the lVlid-Valley League. The highlight of
the season was the Homecoming game when the 'Cats
downed Prosser 41-18. This year the Sophomore members
made up half of the team. They may have lacked size but they
didn't lack the mighty Wildcat spirit.
The Wildcats ended the season with their annual banquet. Rick
Faucher and Jon Bremer received captain's awards: Rich
Harris received the defensive award: and Fred Anderson, the
offensive award. Jon Bremer also received the inspirational
player award. The Ron Hovis Award went to Mike Carter.
DON'T HOLD BACK - "Just give it here," says Wally
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NERVOUS - Coach Brown anxiously watches for the next play.
GOTCHA! - Top-Hi Wildcat, Richard Garcia, grabs a Prosser player.
DON'T TOUCH! - Mitch Hixson tries to get the ball from Prosser.
WATCH THAT PLAY! - Coach Winters and Dave Beltran discuss the Corning play.
RUN! - Wally Garcia shies away smoothly.
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WILDCATSZ- Front row: Arnold Garcia, Jon Bremer, Joe Pinkham, Art Vela
Bancroft, David Hoyt, Tim Esparza, Robert Froemke, Abel Castilleja, Ray Razo
Carter, Bob Walker, Joe Carrasco, Charlie Meigs. Not pictured: Dave Conners
HERE WE COME AGAINL Team members run onto the field after half-time.
MY TURN- Jon Bremer gets the ball this time.
RUNNING IT OUT- Fred Anderson tries for a first down.
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Roy Pruneda, Dave Beltran, Gary Bjur, back row: Jim Ray, Randy Maupin, Scott Smith, Eric Martinez, Jeff Cobb, Steve Lambbull, Rich Harris, Fred Anderson, Mike
Mike Green, and Frank Gunnier. Photo by Tim Winterfeld.
TUCKERED OUT' Gary Duncan and Fred Anderson rest between plays.
RIG HT ON, CATS!- A victory lets Richard Harris and the Wildcats relieve tension
with a few shouts of joy.
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Miss Marianne Haba - Adviser
Mr, Richard Otto - Adviser
Leslie Hinchey - V. Pres.
Cathy Holwegner - Scrapbook
Kathleen Mutch - Sec
Karen Sandberg - Posters
Janet Sterns - Treas.
Jonni Wright- Pres.
GETTING READY - Lisa Hood gets her ski gear ready for the slopes
"UP, UP, AND AWAY" - Janis Ferguson, Lynn Dean, Denise Bouchey Kaelin VanLeuven and Melia Meyers enioy the snow
ALMOST THERE! - Albert Doublerunner jumps for the ball as Rick Schnieder and Joe Pinkham watch Mike Wright tries to block Rick Schlenker s
"OVER THERE" - Mr. Lott blocks Gene Tanewasha in a friendly game of basketball
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The coming of cold winter days meant early morning trips to
the slopes for the Top-Hi Ski Club. Advisers this year were
Miss Marianne Haba and Mr. Richard Otto. The Ski Club had
seven outings during the season, traveling to White and Satus
Passes. The culmination ofthe year was a sixteen-hour trip to
Mission Ridge. Even though the day was very windy, the
slopes were excellent for skiing. All-in-all the 1973 school year
was a very worthwhile experience for Top-Hi Ski Club
Intramurals also began with the coming of winter. There were
eight basketball teams this year captained by Mike Wright, Jon
Bremer, Mark Fauth, Leonard Gonzales, Cary Martin, Jesse
Juarez, David Aichele and Ron Schmidt. February 28 was the
date of the final game of the season. Jon Bremer's team
defeated Jesse Juarez's team to become champions. Adviser
Blake Lott refereed and substituted for absent players.
This year there were also badminton and ping-pong
intramurals. Dale Hagerman vvon the final ping-pong
tournament against Roy Pruneda. The doubles tournaments
were played later in the season, winners were Patsy Lozano
and Alice Gonzales. Intramural basketball, badminton and ping-
pong kept everyone busy throughout the winter months.
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"SMILE EVERYBODY!" - Back row - Juan Benavides, John Lozano, Frank Aguirre, David Aichele, Kent
Oliver, Richard Friss, Dean Engbretson, Tirn Beavers. Second row- Betty Nloody, Janice Humphrey, Lucy
Castillija. Captains- Alice Gonzales, Craig Engbretson, Coach Tom Shellenburger, Rick Bowles, and Judy
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"HMM, WHAT'S THIS?" - Coach Tom Shellenburger adds up place cards.
"HURRY UP!" - Alice Gonzales and Lucy Castillija wait for the judges to tell
which one of the boys won the race.
ONE, TWO, THREE - Craig Engbretson, Frank Aguirre, Tim Beavers, and Rick
Bowles do their exercises.
"I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!" - Juan Benavides tries to make himself believe that he
just finished a two and a half mile race.
LONER - Craig Engbretson rounds the last flag in his race.
This year's Cross Country squad consists of a boys' team of 10
and a girls' team of 5. A girls' team?I? Yes, for the first time in the
history of Cross Country in Toppenish. Believe it or not, there are
girls who want to get out and run. They're out there as often as
possible doing the best they can to win all their meets.
The coach, Tom Shellenberger, gets the team in shape by
working with them to build up their running capacity.
Craig Engbretson went to the State Tournament. Those members
receiving letter awards this year were Craig Engbretson, Richard
Bowles, Frank Aguirre, and Dean Engbretson on the boys' team
and Alice Gonzales, Judy Jones, Patsy Lozano. Lucy Castilleja,
Betty Moody, Janice Humphrey on the girls' team.
VARSITY - Front row: Johnny Sanchez, Charles Meigs, Mike Carter, Harvey Koerner, Ray Beasley, Frank Aguirre. Back row. John Cerna, Dennis Peterson, Tom
Cerna, Art Vela, Juan Benavides, Tom Sevigny. Standing: Coach Farnsworth,Cap1ain Manuel Aguirre and Coach Johnson.
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HOW COULD WE LOSE? - Mr, Boekholder declares Ray Beasley the winner as his opponent walks away.
LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS - Tim Beavers listens as Coach Farnsworth builds up his confidence.
"READY OR NOT, HERE I COM E" - Mike Carter gets into a good position for a reversal.
UP YOU GO - Mr. Johnson shows one of his wrestlers how to take down his opponent.
GETTIN' READY - Varsity wrestlers relax before their match.
"HERE'S HOW YOU DO IT." - Casi Castillo shows one of his comrades howto break down resistance.
JUST A LITTLE MORE - John Gamble trys to pin his opponent in the begining of the match.
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JUNIOR VARSITY - First row: Ornan Fauth, Ray Razo, Tim Beavers. Second row: John Gamble. Bruce Aichele,
and Manuel Lopez. Managers: Kevin Jackson and Paul Braten.
"1, 2, 3, GO!" - Mr. Farnsworth demonstrates the art of wrestling.
A CLOCK WATCHEFI - Manager Paul Braten checks the efficiency of the stop watch.
MOVING IN FOR THE KILL - Joe Gutierrez slowly stalks his victim before making his final advance.
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Top-Hi's matmen pinned down the season with a record of
nine wins, five losses. and one tie. The year was quite a
success, with four of the boys qualifying for the state
tournament. They were senior Dennis Peterson. placing third:
sophomore Art Vela. fourth. junior Tom Sevigny, fifth: and
senior Manuel Aguirre. fourth.
This year the Pomerinke Award for competitive spirit went to
Dennis Peterson, the Inspirational Award to Johnny Sanchez,
the Captain's Award to Manuel Aguirre. Tom Sevigny made
the most pins lseven to be exactl. and Manuel Aguirre
accumulated the most team points. The Wildcat team ended
the year by placing fourth at district, fifth at regionals and
eleventh at state. When asked to what he attributed the team's
success. Coach Johnson replied. "A good nucleus of people
who are willing to work hard and who are willing to listen to
what we have to offerg also, they have a developing belief in
Also putting in long hours were managers Kevin Jackson and
Paul Braten. These two faithfully wrapped weak wrists.
bandaged wounded wrestlers. and harassed the team to keep
them on their toes.
WATCHFUL ANTICIPATION - Mr. Keene readies the timer as he waits and
LOOK OUT - The Wildcat team plans its strategy as Coach Farnsworth keeps
an eye out for the "other guy."
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As second-year coaches, Bob Winters and Dave Allen gave the
Wildcats a strong team. Although the team didn't have a
successful win-loss season, they did give their opponents
tough competition. The team's long three-hour practices paid
off in the season's most exciting game, played against West
Valley. Mitch Hixson set up the score for an overtime battle
and, in the final tense minutes, the Wildcats topped West
Valley 60 to 56. The team captains were Craig Engbretson and
Randy Delp. Craig Engbretson was given the award for the
most inspirational player and Scott Stobaugh was chosen as
the most outstanding JV player.
A brand new team! A girls' basketball team was formed this
year, coached by Miss Cynthia Scott. Coach Winters and Mr.
Myron gave the girls some helpful points. Although the season
closed with 3 wins and 7 losses, the girls' efforts were evident
in the many close games. The captains were Julie Saluskin and
Both teams have many sophomores and juniors who, with
their added experience. provide good potential for next year's
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VARSITY - Front row: Scott Stobaugh, Gary Duncan, Mitch Hixson. Craig Engbretson, Randy Delp. Back row: Randy Walker. Kent Oliver, Mark
Lundberg, Fred Anderson. David Eids. Randy Maupin.
HIGHER, FRED - Fred Andersonjurnps for Toppenish.
WAY UP, JUMP, JUMP - Margret Pinkham and a Zillah player start off the game,
TEAMWORK - David Rodriguez and Scott Stobaugh reach out for the ball,
S-CAO-R-E - Gary Duncan jumps right in there and scores two for the team.
HERE IT COMES - Randy Maupin and Naches player wait impatiently for the ball.
Guys and Gals Swing in for Activa
JUNIOR VARSITY - Waliy Morrison, Dave Rodriguez, Johnny Olivas, Joe Perez. Joe Pinkharn, Back Row-
Lenard Cordero, Scott Stobaugh, Randy Walker, Randy Maupin, Harold Martin. Dave Kinney, Not
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Second Row: Manager Jeanne Humphrey, Dora Pinkham, Sue Cook, Ida
Jo Pinkham, Margret Pinkham. Third row: Janice Humphrey, Alice
Gonzales, Emma Jane Olney, Susan Davenport, Coach Cynthia Scott.
Fourth row: Janice Evans, Sandra Herrera, Vicky Stump, Christy Jensen,
B-A-S-KAE-T! - Randy Delp goes up for two.
WE WILL WIN! - Karen Cook shoots for the basket: while back on the
boys' court, Randy Walker fights for the ball.
HUDDLE - The girls are given some last minute coaching from Miss
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Second Rowz John Cerna, John Olivas, Manuel Lopez. Gerry Desmarais. Third Row: Roy Malzahn, Ray Razo. Not
Pictured: Joe Perez,
With so few players, the 1973 baseball team was no match for
the larger teams they encountered during the season. Although
every game was lost, they fought back with everything they
had. The thirteen man team was coached by Mr. Richard Otto.
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS - Mr. Otto gives a signal to one of his batters.
EASY OUT - Joe Pinkham awaits the ball for an easy out at first base. '
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PLAY BALL - Mitch Hixson waits for the ball while
OUCH - Joe Pinkham waits for aid from Mr. Otto after he
was hit by a line drive.
LIKE THIS - Joe Pinkham shows John Cerna how FAST
hisfast ball really is.
This year eight players returned for a second season on the Top-
Hi golf team. Coach John Bator was satisfied with the way his
team played. They had a record of six wins and two losses and
tied for second place in the Mid-Valley League, losing by seven
strokes. The team shot their poorest total of the year at the
league tournament. Starting players for the season were Paul
Dalton, Neal Cummings, Dale Hagerman and Scott Stobaugh.
The tennis team had a fair season with four wins, three ties,
and two losses. Coaches Marianne Haba and Andy Affholter
agree that the potential was there, but the team members
needed to work up their capacity.
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SINK IT - Neal Cummings and Dean Engbretson concentrate on their putting.
lT'S A LAUGHING MATTER - Gary Barnes laughs over a mishap during
Golf team: First row - Gary Barnes, Scott Stobauch. Second row - Dan Story,
Robert Reid, Paul Dalton, Dale Hagerman. Last row - Dean Engbretson and
Swing into Spring Sports
First Flow: Mary Anne Morrison, Carolyn Aguirre, Monica Leon, Margaret Pinkham, Joan Allen, Kaelin Van Luevan, Patsy Lozano, Carmen Polley, Anne Gettman.
Caroline Reid, Karen Scalley, Janice Anderson, Kelly Crawford, Paula Pettigell, Patty Kinney, Denise Bouchey, Karen Sandberg, Sandra Herrera, Tammy Henle,
Linda Dinehart, Judy McFarland. Second Row: Coach Marianne Haba, David Story, David Roth, Harold Martin, Richard Lozano, Phillip Lott, Tom Daniels, George
Meiser, Jim Jarvis, Leonard Cordero, Wally Morrison, Jim Brandt, Martin Van Luevan, Jim Clayton, David Kinney, Coach Andy Affholter.
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UP, UP, AND AWAY! - Vicky Stump throws the javelin
at an invitational track meet.
Bottom row: Miss Holland, Betty Smith, Gloria Oord, Eva Siefring, Ruth Lamebull, Patsy Smith.
Second row: Carrie Brestar, Alice Gonzales, Janice Evans, Mary Carter, Kathi Myron. Standing: Mr.
Keene, Debby Thornell, Terri Simmons, Sharon Simmons, Vicky Stump. Not Pictured: Kathy
Clements, LuElIa Bangs, Darlene Clements, Candy Bangs, Karen Cook, Marlene Comenout, Judy
Jones, Colleen Dinehart,,Laurel Murray, Debbie Hannigan, Jinny Carrizal, Vicki Tebb, Joy Schneider,
Mary Omlin, Judy Lyber, Jayne Hoyt, Kerri Carruth, Lynette Archer.
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for track, one of the many spring sports. They practiced many
hard hours, day and night. They won three track meets, lost
three, and tied with Grandview with a final score of GO-60.
Front row: Fred Anderson, Vernon Lacell, Kent Oliver, Randy Walker, Frank Aguirre. Second row: Robert Froemke, Craig Engbretson, Rusty Brock, Bruce
Winterfield, Buck Bailey, Joe Gutierrez. Standing: Mr. Shellengberger, Ronnie Rodriguez, Mr. Van Leuven. Not Pictured: Rick Shaul, Ornan Fauth, Bruce Gadley.
Glen Schafer lManagerl, Mike Carter, Roy Pruneda. Ray Beasley, Wally Garcia, John Gamble, Harvey Koerner, Robert Miller,
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"YOU SEE IT'S LIKE THIS .. - Mr. Winters tells the Board of Control about the Coaches'
Conference, while Mr. Strom explains the financial aspects.
55.00 PLEASEl" e Karen Anderson writes another receipt for ASB cards.
STANDING ON PROMISES - Ray Beasley questions the situation.
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Student government is an important part of the life at Top-Hi.
ASB President Bob Walker, Vice President Chris Herrera.
Secretary Kaelin VanLeuvan, Treasurer Karen Anderson and
Activity .Manager Mary Carter, along with the Board of Control,
make up the governing body: This year the student
government, along with the coaches, set out to revise the
athletic code. The officers also sold ASB cards, sponsored
Work Day and led all student body projects. The Board of
Control also has the final vvord on all sports letters and awards.
Advising the ASB officers and Board of Control is Top-Hi's
principal, Mr. A. J. Strom.
"ANY OTHER IDEAS?" - Johnny Olivas, Carmen Polley, and Terri Taylor think
about the litter problem,
RELAX A LITTLE - Mary Carter, Chris Herrera and Karen Anderson run off the
tension of their ASB offices, '
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Hand Marches to the Cap
This is the first year at Top-Hi for Mr. Gary Fendell, former
Zillah High band director. He displayed one of his many
musical talents by playing the accordian at the TEA Honors
Banquet in the spring. ln the fall he organized a small modern
group known as the stage band.
Rod Muffett played a "pencil solo" of the top hit song,
"Popcorn," at the first band pep assembly.
The majorettes, Janice Evans. Sheri Bailey, Marsha Burgett.
Cindy Pardo, Marlene Lamebull, and Colleen Dinehart, lined up
for half time shows at the football and basketball games. To
lead the parades, Mr. Fendell chose seven girls as flag bearers.
They were Kerry Johnson, Janet Sterns, Lupe Ramirez, Kathy
Holwegner, Paula Long, Eileen Rank, and Vicky Olivas. Their
uniforms are maroon and white with the letter "T" in the
The band was given a trophy for participation in the Cherry
Festival Parade at Granger. They won first prize at the Zillah
Community Day Parade at Spokane.
The band and choir worked together to raise money for a
public address system. They also presented a Mother's Day
concert at Olney Park on May 13.
FALL IN - Mike Carter directs band in the Sun Fair Parade in Yakima.
GIRLTALK - Kathy Dexter and Karen Lewis talk over band music.
LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT - Mike Carter leads
Front Row- Frances Tobia, Ona Hemstreet, Lucy Castilleja. Carmen Cooley. Denise Augenstine, Julie Lindsey, Sandra Maupin, Candy Murray, Cathy Parks. Second
Row- Kathy Dexter, Glenna Wolfe, Kathy Brost, Jean Escamilla, Mary Ann Morrison, Patsy Lozano, Alice Gonzales, Vicki Olivas, Eva Siefring, Janice Humphrey.
Sandra Herrera, Alice Wolverton. Teresa Krebs. Third Row- Mary Carter. Mary Shea, Joy Allen, Wesley Grant, Barbara Hamilton, Chris Herrera, Berney Alvarado.
Virgil Newman, Ken Flathbun, Linda Dinehart, Louis Krebs, Scott Gibbs. Paula Walker, Dennis Hackner, Wally Morrison. Fourth Row- Ron Schmidt, Scott Smith,
Scott Stobaugh, Harold Martin, Oscar Galvan, Rod Muffett, Scott Fisher, Gilbert Horney, Jay Knepper. Fifth Row- Mr. Gary Fendell, Band Director,Janice Evans,
Colleen Dinehart, Cindy Pardo, Marlene Lamebull, Sheri Bailey. Marsha Burgett, Mike Carter. Flick Kraft, Frank Marez, Jesse Juarez, Jose Acob, Duane Uscola.
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Front row- Martha Garza, Tamela Young", Rickie Coder', Kathy Ervin", Shirley Ashby, Cindy Henry, Ida Jo Pinkham, Pamela Young'3 row two- Terri Lee Taylor',
Joanne Lopez, Anita Brown, Cheryl Wentz, Kathy Clements, Director Gerald Burr, Denise Augenstine', Colleen Dinehart", Kathi Mears', Loretta Bowers', Lupe
Crowder: row three- Antonia Solis, Connie Alvarado", Mary Botello, Annette Brestar, Fluth Duncan', Sylvia Goodno', Carol Orozco, Jeanna Humphrey, Bev
Everett, Vickie Herrera, Bev Beavers, back row- Ron Pilgrim, Ernie Garza, Val Braten', Paul Braten". Paul Dalton', Bryan Pratt', David Aichele', John Vergin'
David McMillian, Jay Uppinghouse, Junior Ozuna, Rod Muffett, Kevin Jackson'. '-Manhattans
"AH, POOR BABY" - Sylvia Goodno draws in a few lines for the aging effect, while Jay Uppinghouse pouts because he has to wear makeup.
"A LITTLE DAB WILL DO YA . . - Sylvia Goodno removes alittle of the excess makeup from Paul Braten's worried eyes.
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THE FINAL TOUCH - John Vergin adds last minute lines while his wife.
Loretta Bowers, looks on in approval.
CIRCLE OF FANS - Tenor Soloist, Bill Williams, is surrounded by
admiring members of the Top- Hi choir.
"THIS IS YOUR DlAPHFlAGM" - Mr. Burr sneaks alittle biology into his
lecture on singing techniques.
"OPEN WlDE" - Denise Augenstine applys a coat of mascara while Terri
Taylor prepares some more greasepaint.
Top-Hi Choir Iounged into the '72-'73 year by procuring the
talents of soloist Bill Williams for their fall concert. Mr.
Williams is a tenor from Seattle. who. at one time, worked with
Nlr. Burr. Being anxious to perform again, the choir then
combined with the band to provide the public with a Christmas
Concert. The choir also assembled at the downtown "mini-
mall' to spread glad tidings to all who could hear. With spring
just around the corner, the choir began to prepare for large
group and solo ensemble contests. Next the choir prepared for
a field trip to C.W.S.C. in Ellensburg. Here they had the chance
to hear the sixty voice concert choir, stage bands, and swing
choir, also they worked with three of the college's choral
directors. The annual musical this year was written by John
Vergin and was entitled "Sir Oliver Descends Into Heaven."
Manhattans were then off to Gresham, Oregon for the annual
Jazz Festival. Withe the Manhattans went their accompanists,
Ron Pilgrim, Scott Smith, Arnaldo Garcia, and Johnny Olivas.
Choir officers for the year were John Vergin, president: Kathi
Mears, vice-president: and Denise Augenstine. and Terri Lee
Taylor co- secretary-treasurers.
Miss Marianne Haba -
Darleen Clements - Sec.
Julie Coles - Pt. Comm.
Karen Cook - Pt, Comm.
Lynn Dean - Pres,
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Barbara Hamilton -
Vicky Olivas - Treas.
Mary Lou Torres
Vicky Van Alstine
Kaelin Van Leuve
ALL TOGETHER, GIRLS - GAA girls get into the swing of things for a
showdown at the initiation,
EM BARRASSING? - Margie Omlin waits nervously for GAA initiation.
EAT 'EM UP - Linda Florez, Carolyn Reid, and Kathi Myron are eating
marshmallows on a string for a GAA contest.
Mr. Lloyd Keene - Adviser
LuElla Bangs - Sec.
Val Braten - Rep.
Jeanne Humphrey - Treasj
Johnie Moore - Pres.
Juan M. Palma
Alice Wolverton - V. Pres.
FBLA - Fred Reimer, LuElla Bangs, Johnie Moore. Val Braten, Jimi Burgett, Laurel Murray, Juan Palma, Jeanne
Humphry, Cathy Parks, Ruth Duncan, Adviser Mr. Keene, Barb Sorenson.
NO! NOT ME! - Janice Anderson, Patsy Lozano and Rita Riojas scrabble over who will be the one to clean the table.
HELPING HAND - Calvin Kroll helps Vicky Olivas and Alice Gonzales to clean up after the Ranch Party.
GAA members started the year with their annual initiation. The
girls paraded around the halls with their hair in buns and their
class year written in lipstick on their foreheads. The girls also
wore their jeans rolled up to the knees, accented by dress
shoes and rolled-down bobby socks. GAA members rendered
their services as hostesses at the Ranch Party. supervised by
Miss Marianne Haba.
The Future Business Leaders of America is a new club,
organized by Mr. Lloyd Keene. The main purpose of the FBLA
is to develop leadership skills in students and strengthen their
confidence as businessmen. The club is open to anyone
enrolled in a business course. There are three degrees of
membership: assistant. superviser, and leader. A student
applies for membership and his application is voted on by the
existing members. Once accepted, a student works up through
the three degrees. The year was spent mostly in organization
and collection of funds. There were fifteen charter members.
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The first activity of the Toppenish FFA Chapter was the Central
Washington State Fair with a unique booth and the theme
"Farm Safety." The annual hayride was in October and in
January the members served at the Ranch Party.
Parents and faculty were invited to the banquet in February
hosted by the FFA officers, The evening was highlighted by the
presentation of a plaque to Mr. Babich from the classes '73,
'74, '75, and '76 in appreciation of his outstanding leadership
The Central Washington Junior Livestock Show was the
chapters final activity. After two days of minor details and
contests the members sold their animals, On the third day after
they had sold their animals, they cleaned up the yards.
Sue Clements - Treas.
Bruce Gadley - Pres.
Allen Hellman - V. Pres.
Tana Richards - Rep.
Del Stanton - Sent.
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during the FFA banquet.
LOOK ... - Glen Schaffer, Ornan Fauth and Allen Hellman watch with hungry
eyes as the dessert is served.
VERY TASTY - Tana Richards enjoys the FFA banquet.
SUCCESSFUL SALESWOMAN - Miss Keeth sells popcorn to Mr. Cook while
Livia Castilleja waits patiently for another customer.
A WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE - Hilda Sanchez pitches in on clean up
detail after the banquet.
A REFRESHING DIP - Mary Lou Torres watches as Tam Young bobs for apples
at the Halloween costume party.
WHAT ABOUT ME? - Calvin Kroll looks on as Darlene Clements and Mary
Carter serve dessert.
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Future Homemakers of America, with the leadership of their
new adviser, Miss Elaine Keeth, were off to a good start this
year with an unusual initiation, highlighted by styles of the
fifties. The girls wore long skirts, baggy sweaters and pigtails.
They also wore bright red lipstick and nail polish,
Their many activities this year included bakesales. a Halloween
costume party, and sales at the concession stand during the
basketball season. They served at the FFA banquet in February
and installed new officers at their own banquet in April.
Miss Elaine Keeth - Adviser Karen Cook - Sec.
LuElIa Bangs - V. Pres.
Jimi Burgett - Hist.
Mary Carter - Rep.
Karen Febus - Pres.
Darlene Clements - Treas. Dixie Marshall
Hida Sanchez - S
Mary Lou Torres
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project at the Nursing Home twice a month kept the FTA busy
this year. As a school service, they served a Christmas tea for
the TEA. The eight girls and their adviser, Miss Marian Ross,
also attended the Regional Meeting in Yakima. This meeting is
a get-together for the FTA organizations in this area to allow
them to become acquainted and share ideas.
Torch had a busy year. The members ran concession stands
and sold ads and programs for the AA basketball tournament.
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The profits from the sales provide funds for two scholarships
awarded to a senior boy and girl.
Torch members are selected on their grades, character,
leadership, and service to the school. Junior members are on
probation and cannot hold offices until their senior year.
Supervising their activities and answering any questions that
crop up are the advisers, lVliss Elsie Tittsworth and Mr. Everett
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Miss Elsie Tittsworth, adviser
Mr. Everett Cook, adviser
Richard Bowles-Vice Pres.
Terri Lee Taylor
Kaelin Van Leuven
'WE'LL DO IT THIS WAY" - FTA members Alice Marquez, Toni
Solis, Ona Hemstreet. Karen Anderson and Terri Taylor make the
SCHOOLMARM OF THE FUTURE - FTA member Terri Taylor
assists a student with her art project.
A PLEASANT SURPRISE A Christmastime brings a treat to the
residents of the Nursing Home from FTA girls Terri Taylor and
CUSTOMER SERVICE - Glenna Wolfe and Ron Schmidt have their
orders taken by Bob Walker and Denise Bouchey as Kathi Mears
"CAN I HELP YOU?" - Honor Society members Karen Anderson
and Vernon Lacell man the concession stand at a basketball game.
"ANY QUESTIONS?" - Jim Clayton asks for questions at an Honor
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TEAM WORK - Barbara Stoops, Melody Cook, Josette Bremer, Leah Sanders,
Tam Young and Carol King watch as Fred Reimer shows them how to crop
pictures. Later Sherry Taylor and Tam Young gather ideas from last year's
FLASH - Val Braten is caught in between pictures.
CONFERENCE TIME - Miss Pryor proofs Fred Reimer's typing.
Throughout the busy year, the annual staff kept themselves
well occupied cropping pictures. drawing rough drafts,
proofing pages and indexing. They typed, and retyped copy,
and carefully checked final drafts. Many hours were spent
before school, at noon, and after school, working on the pages
of the Tohiscan. In the spring autograph books were sold and.
on the last day of school, extra pictures were sold to the
student body. When nearly everyone, except teachers, had said
good-bye to Top-Hi until next year, the faithful annual staff
stayed for hours to complete their pages for the final deadline.
With Mr. John Mathis as adviser, the Caterwaul staff covered
the years activities in articles and pictures. As part of a
journalism class, the Caterwaul staff planned layouts, typed
copy, and tracked down new and interesting stories. Besides
sports and the usual yearly events. some special features were
also presented in Top-Hi's newspaper. Boy and girl of the week
and, naturally, teacher of the week appeared in the Caterwaul.
STICKING WITH IT - Mark Stoops and Wally Morrison prepare a
page for the Caterwaul.
NEWS FOR THE DAY - David Aichele reads over the material as Ted Friss waits.
Mss Jennifer Pryor-Adviser
Pam Abercrombie-Asst. Photog.
Mr. John Mathis-Adviser
David Aichele-News Ed.
Abel Castilleja-Sports Ed.
Kim Brower-News Ed.
Ted Friss-Feature Ed.
' Fred Reimer-Bus. Mgr.
" Del Stanton
" Barbara Stoops
Sherry Taylor-Asst. Photog.
'Terri Lee Taylor-Ed.
'Tam Young-Asst. Bus. Mgr.
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Kathie Guess-Man. Ed.
Judy Jones-Girls' Sports Ed
Rick MiramontesASports Ed. Barb 50fGnS0f1'Ad-M95
Johnie Moore-Bus. Mgr.
Wally Morrison-Man. Ed.
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HOME VISITORSA Leonard Castillo, Ellis Johnson, Ted Strom
SCHOOL BOARD- Joe Pinkham, R.E. Bowles, Jack Thorington, Wallace Floyd, and Paul Archer
MR. GEORGE BOWERS, Superintendent, serves as chief
executive of the school district. His responsibilities are
curriculm and instruction, business and financial
administration, assisting with special levies and bond
elections, getting school information to the public, and faculty
MR. HUGH BARR helps the Superintendent carry out his
assignments. He works with the lunch program, transportation,
building and grounds, and budgeting. He also assists with
curriculum decisions and serves as recording secretary to the
The work done by the Superintendent and the Assistant
Superintendent is directed by the members of the school
board, who contribute two evenings monthly to the district.
Coordinating administrative programs, and supervision and
direction of migrant programs are just a few of the many duties
of MR. WALTER POLLEY, Director of Federal Programs,
Making trips to the students homes, keeping health records on
students, and getting films are a few of the duties of the home
visitors, school nurse, and the visual aids man.
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OFFICE GIRLS Marti Lopez and Hilda Sanchez
CARPENTERS lVIr. Sam Myers and Mr. Bill Blakesley
When asked about their duties, IVIrs. Steinmetz and Nlrs, Lacell
said, "There's so muchl" They type bulletins, file permanent
records and attendance, and sympathize and care for injured
students, just to mention a few.
The secretaries' load is lightened by the office girls who collect
attendance slips and mark absences in the student files. This
year they are Patti Rice, Sandy Ashlock, Linda Smith, Joanne
Schmierer, Angie Macias, IVlarti Lopez, and Hilda Sanchez.
The bus drivers, janitors, and carpenters keep the school in
working order. They haul students to and from school, and
clean and maintain the school grounds.
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MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Mr. James Owens
JANITORS Mr. Charles Nlassett, Mr. Jack Walker, lVIr. Herb Gardiner
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BUS DRIVERS Lew Derry. Ted Ross. Leonard Andrews, Ted Potter, Ellis Johnson, Charles Veals, Ed Miller, Ted Strom, Don Foster, Earl
Brost. and John Mason,
MR. A.J. STROM
MR. CLIFF MYRON
Top-Hi's principal for twenty years, MR. A.J. STROM is kept
busy attending many meetings. He is the representative for
District 45 to the state board. As co-ordinator of student
activities. he works with faculty and students to plan school
As Vice Principal, MR. CLIFF MYRON's main concern is
keeping students in school. Earlier this fall, Mr. Myron attended
an educator's council at West Point Academy. Attendance and
discipline are also included in his duties.
MR. EVERETT COOK is the Boys' Counselor. Added to his
duties this year was the job of giving general aptitude tests to
students. He is Honor Society adviser and bookkeeper for the
As Girls' Counselor, MRS. HELEN RICHARDS helps the
teachers with student problems. This past summer she
attended several meetings which enable her to help students
to plan for further education.
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MRS. MARJ ANDERSON, Top-Hi Librarian, has selected
and ordered media materials for the resource center. The
school's audio-visual equipment has been moved into the
center this year. Teachers check out films and other
supplies through the center. Mrs. Anderson is ably assisted
by Mrs. Joyce Mitchell.
MR. JOHN BABICH is Toppenish High School's FFA
adviser. He teaches ninth and -xenth grade agriculture as
MRS. MARJ ANDERSON MR. JOHN BABICH
MR...lOHN BATOR MR.GERALD BURR
CHECK THAT MIRROR! - Mr. Winters gives a serious lecture in Drivers
"DO YOU HAVE THIS LIST?" - Miss Keeth does her thing,
FINAL COPY - Tex Reid and Jim Clayton finish an article for the
I BEFORE E - Sandra Wilson does her typing assignment.
GOOCHEY, GOOCHEY. GOO - Tony Leigang entertains a small visitor.
GRRRR - Tony Solis handles a puppet during Home Ec's play school
as eleventh and twelvth grade Farm Shop.
MR. JOHN BATOR teaches four U.S. History classes along
with Economics and Sociology. He is also a football and
MR. GERALD BURR teaches Top-Hi's Choir and Music
Theory classes. He is also the director of Top-Hi's own
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Three office machine classes, two general business classes,
and Typing ll are the duties of IVIRS. RUTH DIXON. She is also
a senior class adviser.
Biology and physical education are on the teaching list for IVIR.
GERALD FARNSWORTH. He is also the wrestling coach and a
junior class adviser.
NIR. GARY FENDELL is new this year. He teaches seventh.
eighth. ninth grade band plus a class in senior high band. He
advises pep band and stage band. ln lVlr. Fendell's own words,
"lt's good to be a part of the fine Top-Hi band and a real
challenge to help promote and improve this tremendous group
of young people."
Besides serving as adviser to pep club. drill team, tennis, GAA,
rally squad, and ski club, MISS IVIARIANNE HABA somehow
finds time to teach physical education.
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MR. BRUCE JOHNSON MR. THOMAS JONES MR. LLOYD KEENE MISS ELAINE KEETH
MR.BLAKE LOTT MR.JOHN MATHIS MR.CLIFFORD MERCER MR.PHILMlROSH
"YOU MEAN THIS IS THE WAY YOU DO IT?" - Steve Keeling and Mrs. Sargent discuss one
of the LAPS.
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IS HE OR lSN'T HE? - ls Mr. Shellenburger reading a book or writing a test.
A STUDIOUS LOT - Jack Hickle and John Vergin watch Sheryl Weippert at
MR. BRUCE JOHNSON teaches five Contemporary World
Problems classes, serves as a senior class adviser and assistant
MR. THOMAS JONES has a busy schedule, teaching two
levels of French, two levels of Russian and semester classes of
Russian history and Cultures of the Northwest.
MR. LLOYD KEENE has a variety of subjects-bookkeeping.
Contemporary World Problems and Washington history. He is
also a sophomore class adviser.
MISS ELAINE KEETH teaches all five of Top-Hi's Home Ec
classes with units in home life and marriage, child care, and
one in foreign cooking. She also serves as FHA adviser.
Two chemistry classes, one physics class and one earth
science class are on the teaching list for MR. BLAKE LOTT. He
is also intramural basketball adviser and Talon Club adviser.
MR. JOHN MATHIS teaches the journalism class which
produces Top-Hi's newspaper, the "CaterwauI." He also
teaches four other English classes, including drama.
When he is done running his mile a day, MR. PHIL MIROSH
teaches Top-Hi's P.E. and advanced P.E. classes. He is also
Wildcat Club adviser.
MR. CLIFF MERCER teaches the Junior and Senior high
woodshops, along with mechanical drawing. He is a junior
class adviser and assists with the junior prom preparations.
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MR,JIMSHEA MR,TOM SHELLENBERGER
"I REALLY NEED THIS" - Mr Vandenbrink has Ins trusty pot of coffee.
"THIS IS MY UNCLE ., - Eva Siefrmg stands to one side while Mr. Farnsworth shows the class his file of
"AND FURTHERMORE .. - Mr. Winters and Mr. Bator give pep talks to the
WHERE lS IT?" f Arturo Espinosa watches as Lenard Cordero prepares to
swing, while Johnny Ozuna holds the pinata during a Spanish Christmas party.
CUT ON THIS LINE - Barb Sorenson and Faye Beasley work on a sewing
MRS. ALICE MUEHE instructs four English classes and probes
the human mind in her psychology class.
MR. RICHARD OTTO teaches art and four craft classes. He is
also baseball coach, a sophomore adviser, and Ski Club
instructor and adviser.
MISS JENNIFER PRYOR teaches first and second year
Spanish, one class of U.S. History and is annual adviser.
MISS MARIAN ROSS is busy with two classes of English and
two classes of Reading. She also teaches a semester class of
Medical Terminology and is the FTA adviser.
MRS. MARY SARGENT teaches five English classes, including
modern novel, creative writing, and two drama classes.
MISS CYNTHIA SCOTT is new to Top-Hi this year. She's very
busy teaching ninth and tenth grade English, two classes of
U.S. History and tenth grade P.E, She also coaches girls'
basketball and volleyball.
MR. JIM SHEA puts all his energy and teaching abilities into
his students and into his auto shop.
In addition to coaching Cross Country, MR. TOM
SHELLENBERGER instructs biology classes which include the
dissection of frogs and pigs, for those with weak stomachs.
Zlculty and Elassraam
,Memories af Busy Days
- MRS, MARIE SHIPIVIAN
MISS ELSIE TITTSWOFKTH
IVIFZ. ANDY VANDENBRINK
BUSY, BUSY, BUSY - Joyce Schrneirer busily types out her daily assignments.
IVIFLJOE WEIBLER NIR. BOB WINTERS
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LIKE THIS - While Mr. Jones and Manuel Lopez discuss the French
language. Charlie Meigs keeps himself busy.
THIS IS DIFFICULTIII - Vernon Lacell struggles his way through a chemistry
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SHIPMAN is also an active senior class adviser.
MISS ELSIE TITTSWORTH puts all her teaching abilities into
three typing classes, shorthand, and a combined class of
shorthand and Typing Il. She also serves as adviser to the
MR. ANDY VANDENBRINK teaches consumer math, basic
math, and two classes of algebra plus one semester of math
MR. JOE WEIBLER, alias "Happy-Go-Lucky," happily instructs
geometry, Algebra l, basic math, and modern geometry.
Steady nerves and a great deal of patience are required of MR.
BOB WINTERS. He is Top-Hi's Drivers' Ed teacher. He also
spends many long hours coaching the Wildcat football and
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A SIGN OF THE TIMES - Rick Schlenker daydreams under signs ofthe times.
SAY CHEESE! A Tom Daniels glances questioningly into the camera.
READY TO ROLL - Mr. Winters, Randy Maupin, Teresa Estrada and Linda Dinehart
take their chances in Drivers Ed.
HHABLAMOS ESPANOL" - Miss Pryor works with her second year Spanish class.
THAT'S A LAUGH! - Faye Beasley cracks up over a funny situation.
BUSY AT WORK - Tina Solis and Mary Botello find the bleachers a perfect place to
WE WON!" - The team that pulls together stays together,
ARE YOU SURE?" - Troy Green turns to look in disbelief atJohn Mutch.
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"THERE'S A FLY IN MY SALAD!" - Jon Bush, Ron Schmidt and Tex Reid are
enjoying Iunch, or are they?
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Steve Kukes devour their share of watermeion. annual'
Never ,4 Dull Maman!
LOCKER LINE-UP - With a farily comfortable fioor and a locker to lean against.
Rexine Castillo and Sherry Weippert catch up on assignments as Loretta
Bowers, Karen Anderson, and Bob Waiker rap a while
"CATCH YA LATER" - Mark Lundberg, John Suggs. and Lenny Gonzales
discuss the day's events near an open Iocker,
CAUG HT BY THE CAMERA - Joanne Schmeirer enjoys a favorite pastime.
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Ron Schmidt look on as Bob Walker alias John Wayne is towed away by
"Hank and Frank" lNeal Cummings and John Suggsl during one of the
JUNIOR POWER - Rod Nluffet plays the "Lone Ranger" on his pencil and
gives a short speech at a pep-assembly.
HIGH NOON A Fred Reimer and Carol King enjoy the warm fall sunshine.
ALL IN THE FAMILY - David Aichele, Terri Lee Taylor, Lorette Bowers, and John Vergin entertain the audience in the musical "Sir
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I COULD DANCE ALL NIGHT - Juniors and seniors sweep over the gym floor.
THE PRISONEFI - Val Braten in the musical "Sir Oliver Descends into Heaven."
Decends into Heaven" written byJohn
JUST HANGING AROUND - Alice Marquez. Jolene Elwell and Dora Pinkham enjoy their drinks in
front of the lockers,
PING PONG? - Susan Davenport and Dale Hagerman play ping pong in the intermurals.
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THE HAPPIEST GIRL - Karen Anderson is crowned at the Ranch Party,
KING AND QUEEN FOR A DAY - Erika Schnieder and Clay Nulph reign over the Homcoming
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TERRI LEE TAYLOR, AND CAROL UNRUH
HOMECOMING ROYALTY - Nancy Conrad and Mike Carter: Colleen Dinehart and Dennis Hackner: Beth McGovern and Randy Walker.
HONORED GUESTS - Royalty at the Junior-Senior Prom were Princess Lucy
Castelleja, Queen Susan Stevens, King Rick Bowles, and Prince Tom Sevigny.
RIDING HIGH - Homecoming Queen, Erika Schneider, reigns over the game
from a convertible.
Homecoming began with six students being honored at an
assembly-sophomore prince and princess, Randy Walker and
Beth McGovern: junior prince and princess, Dennis Hackner
and Colleen Dinehart: and senior prince and princess, Mike
Carter and Nancy Conrad. Reigning over all of the homecoming
festivities were King Clay Nulph and Queen Erika Schneider.
The annual Ranch Party brought the crowning of "Miss
Toppenishf' This year four girls were vying for the title, but
only one could wear the crown. Karen Anderson was the new
Miss Toppenish, with Faye Beasley, Terri Lee Taylor, and Carol
Unruh as her court.
Amid shades of pastels and happy couples in finest dress, the
royalty for the Junior-Senior Prom danced unaware of their
honor. Then, the truth was out! Junior prince and princess
were Tom Sevigny and Lucy Castilleja: king and queen were
Rick Bowles and Susan Stevens.
PAM ABERCROMBIE JOSE ACOB BRUCE AICHELE
FERNANDO AMARO JANICE ANDERSON TIM ANDERSON
CLICK, CLICK, CLACK? - Lisa Hood types her daily work.
The sophomores began the year with apple sales at the
football games. Beth Ann McGovern and Randy Walker were
the homecoming royalty. The sophomore class entertained the
school with two pep assemblies, including a Dating Game
spoof with Glenna Wolfe and Randy Maupin and a pie-eating
contest won by Vicki Stump and Scott Smith.
The sophomore class advisers were Mr, Keene, Mr. Otto, Miss
JOY ALLEN ARMANDO ALMENDAREZ BERNEY ALVARADO
BUCK BAILEY RON BANCROFT CANDY BANGS
DENNIS BARNES MIKE BARNETT MARLENE BARNEY
RAY BEASLEY BEVERLY BEAVERS TIM BEAVERS
Pryor and Mr. Vandenbrink. The class officers were President
Ray Beasley, Vice-President Johnny Olivas, Secretary Janice
Anderson, Treasurer Dave Rodriguez, Sgt,-At-Arms and
Activity manager Joe Gutierrez.
The sophomore motto was "One-nine-seven-five. Who's alive?
We're alive!" The sophomores lived up to their motto by
faithfully attending the pep assemblies.
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GRACIE BERNAL ALBERT BLISS BRING IT ON IN! - Arnold Garcia returns a projector to the library,
VERNON BLOMQUIST SHIRLEY BLOONI DISTRACTED - Elida Rodriquez turns around and quickly gets her picture taken.
MARY BQ-I-El-L0 RICK BQUNDS STRUMMING A TUNE - Harlod Martin picks out a tune on his guitar.
TRACEY BOWER MIKE BOWMAN
"So,vl1amores, Stand llp and Baller"
PAUL BRATEN ANNETTE BRESTAR RUSTY BROCK KATHY BROST GARY BROWN JOE BROWN
ROGER BROWN WANDA BUELL GLORIA CAMPOS DEANNA CARL JINNY CARRIZAL LIVIA CASTILLEJA
JOHNNY CHARRON PENNY CLARK KATHLEEN CLEMENTS GLORIA COON LENARD CORDERO RAYNIUNDO CORREA
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from a puddle.
INTO THE PUDDLE! - Beth McGovern, Deanna Carl, Candy Bangs, Kathy Clements and Vicky Stump pull opposing team into the mud puddle.
SUSAN DAVENPORT CYNTHIA DENIOSS
LINDA DINEHART GARY DUNCAN
JOLENE ELWELL DEAN ENGBRETSON
TIM ESPARZA RAUL ESTRADA
JANICE EVANS SCOTT FISHER
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burying Homecoming mums. Who are the lucky girls?
HOMECOMING PRINCE AND PRINCESS - Randy Walker and Beth
McGovern are all dressed up for the coronation.
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JOHN GAMBLE ARNOLD GARCIA WALLY GARCIA
MARY GARCIA ALFONSO GARZA ERNIE GARZA LORENZO GARZA SYLVIA GARZA KIM GIBBINS 1
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"ANY VOLUNTEERS?" - Sophomore officers Ray Beasley, Joe Gutierrez, Johnny Ollvas, Janice
Anderson, and Mr. Myron ask for apple salesmen at a sophomore meeting.
"BUDDY, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME," - Shirley Bloom and Wanda Buell sell apples at the Camas
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Bangs are noted best dressed at Top-Hi?
JANICE HUMPHREY KEVIN JACKSON DEBBIE JOHNSON
JAY KNEPPER HARVEY KOERNER DAVID KOYLE
STEVE LAMEBULL JULIE LINDSEY BRAD LITTLEFIELD
BRAD JONES MIKE JUAREZ MICHAEL KELLEY
SHAUNA KOYLE RICK KRAFT TERESA KREBS
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RELAX - Susan Davenport awaits the finai bell of the day.
MARY ANN MORRISON
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KAREN MCFARLAND BETH MCGOVERN
MILLIE MACK DIXIE MARSHALL
ERIC MARTINEN RUBEN MARTINEZ
JOSE MESA MELIA MEYERS
CANDY MURRAY JOHN MUTCH
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CUT THAT CRUST! - Debbie Johnson cuts around the edge of her pie pan to
make the crust fit.
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JOHNNY OLIVAS IVIARGIE ONILIN
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studies a piece of paper.
HILLBILLY HONEY-Pam Abercrombie watches the activities at the F.H,A.
STUFF IT IN!-Janice Evans laughs at herself and Tim Esparza during a banana-
CLOSE-UP-IVIike Stemmetz looks into the microscope at unknown goodies
IN FOCUS-Eva Siefring focuses the microscope to get a better look,
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AAA, WHATS THISY- Pam and Tam Young, Robin Petty, and two
members of the Brethren, a rock group, are looking at some dravvlngs after the groups
DAVID ROTH JULIE SALUSKIN CAFIIVIEN SANCHEZ
NOFIA SANCH EZ KAREN SANDBERG GLEN SCHAEFER
YOU CAN'T BE SERIOUS - David Roth listens to the pronunciation ofa French
YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING - Wally Garcia, Randy Maupin, and Steve
Lamebull are introduced to the student body for football initiation.
'AI AIVI ALMOST FINISHED" f Says Karen Reid while catching up on last
611155 of '75 "
SHOOTING TWO - Ornan Fauth and Jerry Wyckoff take practice shots.
PLANT OR ANIMAL? - Cristela Leos, Mary Ramirez, and Paul Braten compare
EASY DOES IT - Biology student, Mary Garcia. applies a drop of an unknown
substance to a slide.
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KATHERINE SMAFITLOWIT SCOTT SMITH TINA SOLIS
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BARBARA STOOPS DAVID STORY REVIEWING THE LATEST NEWS - Sherry Taylor finds the library is the ideal spot to smile over
VICKY STUIVIP SHERRY TAYLOR the Caterwaul,
TIM THOMPSON REYNALDO TOBIAS
HENRY TORRES LORETTA TULEE
NEAL SCHLENKER JOYCE SCHIVIIERER VICKI VAN ALSTINE ARTURO VELA CONNIE WALKER RANDY WALKER
GREGORY WEISHAAR CHERYLWENTZ KATHY WILSON BARBARA WHITE SUSAN WINNIER GLENNA WOLFE
"WELL, HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT?" - Janice Anderson comments on a soccer play in P E,
"WHATS COOKING?" - Vicki VanAlstine and Melia Meyers plan a meal in Home-Ec.
"I HAVE THE ANSWER ... ITHINK ,. - Paul Braten answers the question.
THAT'S THE WAY TO DO IT - lVIr. Farnsworth shows Ornan Fauth the proper way to shoot a basket.
"OH, NO, YOU DON'T!" - Marcy Reiter objects to having her picture taken.
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LUIS FLORES, ROBERTO FLORES, BRUCE GADLEY, LEVI HEEIVlSAH,JOHN HERNANDEZ,
CRISTELA LEOS, JANIE NAVARRO, MANUAL OROZCO. LUCY PEREZ, BOBBY
REBELLOSA, TONY ROCHA, ELIDA RODRIGUEZ, MARY SANCHEZ, DEL STANTON, GENE
TANEWASHA, DOUG THEODORSEN, MITCH VENABLE.
jurzzars Cake the lead
The class of "74" sponsored dances and helped decorate for
the Junior-Senior Prom. In addition the class helped out at
concession stands during games. Princess Colleen Dinehart
and Prince Dennis Hackner were crowned homecoming royalty
for this year, With the aid of advisers, Mrs. Mary Sargent. Mr.
Gerald Farnsworth, Mr. Clifford Mercer and Mr. Tom
Schellenberger, it proved to be a very successful year for the
junior class. The closing of 1973 school year reminded juniors
that their graduation wasn't very far around the corner.
"CAUG HT YA" - Marianne Harris decides to have a sit in.
GOLFING: - Dale Hagerman tries to get his shot in the hole.
"IS THAT RIGHT" - David Aichele and Denise Augestine sit one out at the
"PUT HER IN" - Jerry Desmarais plays catcher at one of the baseball games.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: A Vice-President Dennis Hackner, Secretary Janet
Sterns, Treasurer Carmen Cooley, President Lucy Castilleja, Sgt,-At-Arms Tom
"LET ME SEE" - Juan Palma tries to get his figures right in mechanical
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MONEY! - Richard Wike, Kim Brower, Josette Bremer and Randy Collins count money and write out receipts during Tohiscan hall
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LUCY CASTI LLEJA
FRANCIE BURKE JOE CARRASCO MARY CARTER
JOHN CERNA JOEY CHARRON DAR LENE CLEMENTS
HOW ABOUT THIS ONE - Lucy Castilleja and Carmen Cooley are choosing stones for
A RAPT AUDIENCE - Nlary Carter, Vicky Stump,
Deanna Carl. and Karen Cook,
LET'S BOOGIE-WOOGIE - Nancy Walker
RANDY COLLINS ROBERT COIVIENOUT MARIA CONTRERAS
CARIVIEN COOLEY DAVID CRON LUPE CROWDER
juniors Build .Mmwrics
TOM DANIEL REBECCA DAVE LYNN DEAN
GERRY DESMARAIS KATHY DEXTER COLLEEN DINEHART
SILENCE IS GOLDEN - Aida Palma studies undisturbed,
ARTHUR DELACRUZ RANDY DELP
KATHY ERVIN ARTURO ESPINOSA
TERESA ESTRADA JANICE FERGUSON
RICHARD FRISS DENNIS FURIVIAN
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WANITA HARRIS ONA HEIVISTREET CHRIS HERRERA
CAMERA, LIGHTS, IT'S A TAKE! - Dixie Matte
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CATHIE HOLVVEGNEH GILBERT HORNEY
IVIYRNA HOWELL JEANNE HUMPHREY
TAKING A BREAK - Randy Delp rests for a minute between
WHOOPS! - David Cron and Judy Jones are caught
discussing the day's assignments.
CAROL JOHNSON ERIC JOHNSON
STEVEN KEELING KIM KELLEY
SCOTT LEACH MONICA LEON
MANUEL LOPEZ ROSEMARY LOPEZ
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the day with a story.
CLICK, CLICK, CLICK ... Randy Collins works on his typing assignments.
NOW LET ME GO OVER THIS AGAIN - Miss Scott looks on as one of her students does her
IT GOES LIKE THIS- Mr, Mercer shows Larry Sanchez how to
get his angles straight for mechanical drawing.
READY FOR THE BELL f Denise Bliss is ready to leave the
room when the bell rings.
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FRANK RODRIGUEZ SANDY ROGERS
DAVID ROWE HILDA SANCHEZ
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LARRY SANCHEZ LUCIA SANCHEZ LEAH MILLS SANDERS RICHARD SCHLENKER JERRY SCHMIERER
ERVIN SCHUMACKER TOM SEVIGNY
MARY SHEA MILFORD SIEFRING
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MARK STOOPS DEBRA THORNELL FRANCES TOBIA
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GUNNIER, DALE HAGERMAN, ALLEN HEILIVIAN, KENNETH HOUGI-I,
HECTOR JUAREZ, DOLLY LEWIS, JOHN LOZANO, JAMES IVIENINICK,
JOHNNY OZUNA, JANE RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL STORY, SHIRLEY TREECE.
JOSE VILLANUEVA, BILL WILSON, VAUGN WINNIER,
EYESORE A Nancy Walker and Chris Smith have their eyes checked.
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KATHI ADAMS MANUEL AGUIRRE DAVID AICHELE MARIA ALANIZ
LUPE ANAYA FRED ANDERSON KAREN ANDERSON FRANK ANDR EAS
SHIRLEY ASHBY SANDY ASHLOCK GARY BARNES MARK BEAVERS
The big day finally arrived for the seniors of Top-Hi. The class
of '73 had the special recognition of being the first to spend
their entire senior year in the new high school.
As sophomores, they provided the push behind the various
organizations as they learned the ropes of getting along at Top
ln their junior year, they manned a concession stand during the
football season. A chosen few made Honor Society or Pep
Club by keeping up their grades and doing service for the
ln the fall of '72, it was hard to believe that this was it - THEIR
SENIOR YEAR. The traditional Homecoming Parade was
forgone because of the school's distance from the center of
town. Instead, there was a "spirit" tug-of-war between the
classes. With the coming of spring, thoughts turned to the
Junior-Senior Prom and graduation in the realization that there
was not much time left. In lVlay, came the rush of final exams,
Baccalaureate, and Commencement, ending with the all-night
In the years ahead, the Class of '73 may remember their days
Drsams and Visions
DAVE BELTRAN JUAN BENAVIDES
DAN BLOOM DENISE BOUCHEY
LORETTA BOWERS RICHARD BOWLES
HUMPTY-DUMPTY - Rickie Coder takes a break between songs in choir,
OFFICERS - Pres. Rick Bowles, Sec. Terri Lee Taylor, Treas. Nancy Conrad. and V.
Pres. John Suggs.
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READING IS UNDERSTANDING - Leon Johnson reads instructions on how to complete his
LOOK AT THE SEA-SAW. DID YOU SEE WHAT I SAWED? - Dennis Peterson and Tom Cerna finish
a work horse for Ag shop.
IVIARLENE B, COIVIENOUT NANCY CONRAD
NEAL CUIVIIVIINGS PAUL DALTON
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DAVID E DS CRAIG ENGBRETSON
RICK FAUCHER IVIAFIK FAUTH
"JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE!" - Loretta Bowers and Kathy Mears finish mixing
CHRIS DEI-AFUENTE RUTH DUNCAN "NO, NO, LIKE THIS!" - Paul Dalton and John Vergin discuss IVIr. FendeII's
LUPE ESTRADA BEV EVERETT suggestion for the concert.
KAREN FEBUS RAIVIONA FLOFIES "Now LISTEN CAREFULLY" - IVlr. Bator coaches Abel casmleja onthe next
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GEORGE GAIVIBLE INA GARCIA
ANNE GARZA LUPE GARZA
RON GATES ROBERT GOIVIEZ
LEONARD GONZALES SYLVIA GOODNO
TOIVI HAGERIVIAN PAIVI HANSON DIANE HARRIS
SANTOS HERNANDEZ LESLIE HINCHEY JESSE .IAUREZ
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STRIP TEASE - Ron Schmidt changes out of his band uniform,
LEFT . .. RIGHT . .. LEFT . .. - Vicky Olivas marches during a football halftime.
A ONE ,.. A TWO , .. - Paul Dalton and John Vergin sing at a pep assembly.
FLOOR SHOW - Loretta Bowers, Denise Augenstine, Rickie Coder, and Sylvia Goodno sit in anticipation at
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ALICE IVIAROUEZ CARY MARTIN IVIELVIN IVIATHENY SANDRA MAUPIN
KATHI IVIEARS CAROL IVIENDOZA SUSAN IVIEREDITH VICKY MILLS
A SWEET NOTE - Terri Lee Taylor cuts the cake forthe Nlanhattans' Parents' Nlght,
"ARE THEY TAKING A PICTURE OF NIE?" - Steve Kukes and Forrest Quick relax as
Roy Nlalzahn eyes the camera. -
JUST A LITTLE BIT LONGER - Sherri Scalley cools her candy.
"Whistle While' you Wark "
TONY NELSON JORDON NORTHFIOP CLAY NULPH LUPE OLIVAREZ
VICKY OLIVAS CAROL OROZCO JUNIOR OZUNA RICHARD PALACZ
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:ZICEBIIEAMIREZ I KNEW I FORGOT SOMETHING - Jordan Northrup picks up his motor.
Days of Drudgcry
MARY SOLIS BARB SOFIENSON SUSAN STEVENS YVONNE STOBAUGH
EASY ANSWERS - Dean Dennis takes a long look in the answer book.
STUDY TIME - Abel Castilleja works quietly as Julie Coles looks on.
"""' CAUG HT IN THE ACT - Bill white casts a suspicious eye at the photographer.
Good Zimes with '73 "
TERRI LEE TAYLOR CHRIS THORINGTON OSCAR TOBIAS
DEBBIE S. TONER MIKE TONER SHERYLTUTTLE JAY UPPINGHOUSE
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ENCHANTING - Toni Solis plays a little tune to pass the time in music theory class.
ZIG-ZAG - Leslie Rowe sews a project in home ec.
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MIKE CABFIEFIA, ABEL CASTILLEJA,
CASI CASTILLO, DEAN DENNIS,
ANNE GFIAAFF, ROSE MARY IBARRA
CALVIN KROLL, WINONA LEWIS,
, JOHNY MESA, VIRGIL MYERS,
WAN DA OWEN, FORREST QUICK,
STEVE RAMBURN, LESLIE ROWE,
JUANITA VIJARRO ED SCHAFFER,
JEDWAVLQAEQLSTI NE HOLD STILL - John Vergin carefully helps David Aichele put on his makeup.
A LI-'AM WHITE MIKE WRIGHT WHATS MY LINE? - Mrs. Sargent and the cast from "Get Witch Quick" pose for the
RUSSELL WYLOLES ADAM YZAGUIRFIE Camera' -
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'MANUEL AGUIRRE: Wildcats 10-1 1-123 Football 10: Wrestling 10-1 1-12.
'DAVID AICHELE: Ski Club 10-11-12: Class Play 1 1-12: Torch 12: Band 10-
11: Pep Band 10-11: Caterwaul, Managing Editor 12: Choir 12: Manhattans
123 Talon Club 10-11-12: Musical 12.
MARIA ALANIZ: Transfer from Alamo, Texas '66.
LUPE ANAYA: Wrestling 1O-11-12: Cross Country 11: Camp Chapparal 11.
Transfer from Harrah, Washington '64.
'Fred ANDERSON: Class Officer V. Pres. 10: WildCatS 10-11-12: FFA 102
Football 10-11-12: Basketball 10-11-12: Track 11-12: Homecoming Prince
'KAREN ANDERSON: Pep Club 11-12: Torch 11-12: FHA 12: GAA 10-11-
121 Graduation Usher 11: FTA 12: V. Pres. FTA 12: ASB Board of Control 10-
11-12: Treas. of ASB Board of Control 11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 11: Girls'
State 11-12: Caterwaul typist 10: DAR Award 12: Masonic Top Ten 11:
Leadership Conference 11-12: Camp Chapparal 11: Peoples Fashion Board
11: Dress Code Committee 10: Miss Toppenish 12.
'SHIRLEY ASHBY: Tohiscan 10: Choir 12.
'SANDY ASHLOCK: Steering Comm. 12: Pep Club 11-12: Torch 12: GAA
10-11-12: Class Plays 11-12: Band 10: Drill Team I1-12: Leader 12,
GARY BARNES: Yearbook 10: ASB Board of Control 10: Band 10: Librarian
10: Pep Band 103 Speech Club 10: Golf 11-12. Transfer from Harlem.
MARK A. BEAVERS: Wildcats 12: Graduation Usher 11: FTA 10: Class Play
Crew 10: Baseball 11: Football 10: Baseball Mgr. 10: Football Mgr. 12: FBLA
12: Lance 8i Pennon Club 10. Transfer from Chula Vista. California '71.
JOHN BENAVIDES: Wrestling 10-11-12: Cross Country 12.
'DAN BLOOM: Class Play Crew 113 Band 10,
'DENISE BOUCHEY: Ski Club 10-11-123 Pep Club 111 Torch 11-12: Torch
Treas. 12: GAA 1O-11-12: GAA Point Chr, 11: Graduation Usher 11: ASB
Board of Control 12: Class Play 12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: Tennis 10-11-12: Drill
Team 10-1 1-123 MasonicTop Ten 11.
LORETTA BOWERS: Torch Sec. 12: FHA 122 Graduation Usher 11: Class
Play 11-12: Choir 11-12: Choir Pianist 11-12: Manhattans 11-12: Camp
Chapparal11: LAP'S 1 1-12. Transfer from Arlington, Washington 1971.
' RICHARD BOWLES: Class Pres. 12: Act. Mgr. 1 1: Wildcats 1 1-12, Pres. 12:
Torch 11, V Pres. 12: Graduation Speaker 123 ASB Board of Control 12: Class
Plays 11-122 Track 10-11: Cross Country 11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 10:
Boys' State 113 Talon Club 11-12, Comptroller 12: Masonic Top Ten 11:
Hanford Trip 123 National Merit 1 13 Leadership Conference 11.
RICHARD BOWMAN: Torch 123 Graduation Junior Leader 113 Graduation
Announcer 11: ASB Board of Control 12: Class Play 11: Band 10: Pep Band
10: Intramurals 1 1-12. Transfer from Leavenworth. Washington '67.
VAL BRATEN: Tohiscan Photographer 10-11-12: Choir 10-11-12:
Manhattans 10-11-12: FBLA Reporter 12. Transfer from Anderson, Indiana
'JON BREMER: Wildcats 12: Class Play 113 Football 11-12: Intramural
Champ Team Basketball 12,
'EUGENE BRESTER: Class Play Crew 111 Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 11: Choir 10-
JUDY BRIDGEMAN: Transfer from Red Bluff, California.
'JUDY BROWN: Band 10.
MARSHA ANN BURGETT: Pep Club 11: FHA 10: GAA 10-11: Band 10-11-
12, Majorette 11-12, Pep Band 10-11: Masonic Top Ten 11. Transfer from
Sitka, Alaska '68.
'MIKE CABRERA: Wildcats 10-11-12: Class Play 12: Class Crew 12:
Baseball 10: Football 10: Wrestling 10: Choir 10.
'MIKE CARTER: Class Act. Mgr, 12: Wildcats 11-12, Pres. 11: ASB Board of
Control 11-12: Class Play Crew 11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: Football 1O-11-12:
Basketball 10: Track 10-11-12: Wrestling 11-123 Homecoming Prince 12:
Band 10-11-12, Pres. 12, Band Student Dir. 10-11-12, Drum Major 10-11-
12, Pep Band 10-11-123 Boys' State 11: Drill Team Drummer 10-11-12:
Masonic Top Ten 11.
'ABEL CASTILLEJA: Class Pres. 10: Wildcats 11-12: Class Play Crew 12:
Football 10-1 1-12: Band 10: Caterwaul Sports Rptr. 12.
ISIDRO CASTILLO: Transfer from Mexico '63.
TOM CERNA: FFA 10-11-12, Judging Team 10: Wrestling 1O-11-12:
Caterwaul Sports Rptr. 12, Transfer from Connell, Washington '63.
SHAWN CHANDLER: FFA 10-I1-12: Basketball 10. Transfer from Seattle,
'JAMES CLAYTON: Wildcats 11-12: Torch 11-12. Pres. 12: ASB Board of
Control 11-12: Tennis 10-11-12: Band 10: Boys' State 11: Caterwaul typist
12: Talon Club 1 1-12, Pres. 121 Hanford Trip 123 lntramurals12.
'COLLEEN CLEMENTS: Pep Club 1 1-12, Demerit Chr. 12: FFA 13, Treas. 12:
FHA 10-11-12: GAA 10-11-12, Pres. 12: Class Play Crew 11: Banquet Chr.
11-12: Track 10-11: Track Manager 11: Girls' State 11: Choir 10-11: Drill
'JEFF COBB: FFA 10-1 1: Football 11-123 Track 1 1.
RICKIE L. CODER: Choir 12: Manhattans 12. Transfer from Spangle,
MARLENE BILLY COMENOUT: Ski Club 101 FHA 10. Transfer from
Goldendale, Washington '67.
'NANCY CONRAD: Ski Club 10-11-12: Class Treas. 12, Act. Mgr. 11: GAA
10-11-12: Class Play 11: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: Dance Chr. 11: Homecoming
Princess 12: Drill Team 10-11.
CONNIE COON: Transfer from Cottage Grove, Oregon '72.
'JANIE CROWDER: FHA 10-11-121 GAA 10-11-123 FTA 12: Choir 10-11:
Drill Team 11-12.
'NEAL CUMMINGS: Class Play 12: Football Manager 10: Band 10-113 Pep
Band 10-11: Golf 10-1 1-12: Toppenish Review Reporter 10-11.
'PAUL DALTON: Class Plays 11-122-lkOl'llSC3I1 10: Torch 11-12: Graduation
Usher 11: Basketball 10-11: Manager IO-11-12: Sports Ann. 12: Intramural
Basketball 12: Boys' State 11: Choir 10-11-12, Pianist 10-11-12,
Manhattans1O-11-123 National Merit 1 11 Golf 10-1 1-12: All-State Choir 111
All-National Choir 12.
DON DAVENPORT: Transfer from Washougas. Washington '69.
ART DE LA CRUZ: Transfer from Roma, Texas '71,
'CHRIS DE LA FLUENTE: FFA 10: Volleyball 12,
DEAN DENNIS: Puyallup, Washington '72.
'RUTH DUNCAN: Torch 12: FHA 10-11: GAA 10-11-12: ASB Board of
Control 113 FBLA 12.
'DAVID EIDS: Wildcats 12: Basketball 10-11-12: Band 10-11: Pep Band 10
CRAIG ENGBRETSON: Class Play 12: Basketball 121 Track 11-12: Cross
Country 12: Caterwaul Sports Rptr. 11. Tfafisfel' ff'-Wm P3Y9ff9flCl3l10'72-
GUADALUPE ESTRADA: Transfer from San Benita, Texas '67.
' BEV EVERETT: Choir 11-12.
'RICHARD FAUCHER: Wildcats 12: Class Play 11: Football 10-11-12:
Basketball intramural 12.
MARK FAUTH: Baseball 11-12: Manager 11: Basketball Intramural 11.
Transfer from Harrah, Washington '64,
'KAREN FEBUS: Torch 11-12: FHA 10:11-12, Sec. 11: GAA 11-12: ASB
Board of Control 12: Ensemble 10: Choir 10: Drill Team 11-12: Jr. Counselor
Camp Chaparrel 11.
'RAMONA FLORES: FHA 11-12,
TED FRISS: Track 11: Caterwaul News Reporter 10-11: Ed. 12, Feature Ed.
Buena Briefs 12. Transfer from Schwaebisch GmUnd, Germany '67.
'JOHN GALVAN: Baseball 12,
CODY GARNER: Transfer from Walla Walla, Washington '71.
ANNA GARZA: Transfer from Wapato, Washington '6O.
LUPE GARZA: FHA 10, Transfer from Elbert, Utah '69,
RON GATES: Transfer from Seattle, Washington '67.
' ROBERTO GOMEZ: Track 10,
'THERESAGOMEZ: FHA 10-11-12: FTA 12: GAA 10-11: Choir 10.
' LEONARD GONZALES: ASB Board of Control 12: Class Play Crew 123 Band
10-11: Pep Band 1O-113 Honor Society 11-12.
SYLVIA GOODNO: Class Play1O-11-12: Class Play Crew 11-12: Choir 10-
11-12: Manhattans 10-12. Transfer from Wapato, Washington '66.
ANNE GRAAFF: Ski Club 12: Student Play Director 12. Transfer from Cape
Town, Cape Province, South Africa '73.
BONITA GUNN: Class Play Crew 12: Band 10-11-12: Pep Band 11-123
Caterwaul News Reporter 10: Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, Sec. 12.
Transfer from Yakima, Washington '65.
'TOM HAGERMAN: FFA 10-1 1-12: Intramural Champ Team Basketball 11.
DIANE HARRIS: Ski Club 10: FHA 101 GAA 10-11-12: ASB Board of Control
10: Band 10-11: Caterwaul News Reporter 10-11: Committee Chairman for
Jr.-Sr. Prom 1 1. Transfer from Glenwood, Washington '63.
RICHARD HARRIS: Wildcats 10-11-12: ASB Board of Control 10: Football
LESLIE HINCHEY: Ski Club 10-11-12,V, Pres. 12: Pep Club 11-12: FHA 10:
GAA 10-1 1-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: Drill Team 10-1 1-12.
' LEON JOHNSON: Band 10-11: Choir 11: Choir Musical Play 11.
'R. SHANE JONES: Torch 12.
CALVIN KROLL: FFA 10-11-12: Junior Livestock Show Chief of Police 11:
Junior Livestock Show Judge 12. Transfer from Seattle. Washington '65,
'STEVE KUKES: FFA 10-11: Football 11-12: Basketball 10: Intramural
Champ Team Basketball 12.
'VERNON LACELL: Class Sgt. at Arms 10-1 1: Wildcats 11-12, Sgt. at Arms
12: Torch 12: Graduation Usher 11: ASB Board of Control 11-123 Class Play
113 Track 10-11-12: Talon Club 11-12, Sec.-Treas. 12
'MARLENE LAMEBULL: GAA 10-11-123 Class Play 12: Class Play Crew 121
Band 10-11-12: Majorette 11-12: Pep Band 11-12: Twirling Conf. 12.
SHIRLEY LANGSTON: Transfer from Pendleton, Oregon '72,
TONI LEINGANG: Pep Club 123 GAA 10-11-12: Class Play 12: Class Play
Crew 11-12: Caterwaul News Reporter 11, Typist: Drill Team 1'-12, Leader
12: Jr,-Sr. Prom 11. Transfer from Yakima, Washington '63.
DEBBIE LLOYD: Transfer from Oakland, California '69.
MARTHA LOPEZ: GAA 11: Drill Team 11: Volleyball 12. Transfer from Fair
Field, California '71.
SHARON MCLAVEY: Transfer from White Swan, Washington '71.
'ROY W. MALZAHN: Baseball 122 Football 10.
'ALICE MAROUE2: Caterwaul News Reporter 11.
' CARY MARTIN: Basketball 10-11.
SANDRA MAUPIN: GAA 10: Class Plays 123 Class Play Crew 121 Band 10-
11-12: Pep Band 10-11-12.Transferfrom Kansas City, Missouri '69.
'KATHI MEARS: Tohiscan 10: Torch 11-123 FHA 10-11-12, V. Pres, 111
GAA 10-11-123 Graduation Junior Leader 113 ASB Board of Control 10-11-
12: Class Plays 10-11-121 Class Play Crew 10, Student Director 12: Jr.-Sr.
Prom 10-11: Choir 10-11-12: Manhattans 10-11-12: LAP'S 11: Camp
Chapparal Counselor 1 1.
'CAROL MENDOZA: GAA 10-11-123 ASB Board of Control 11: Drill Team
SUSAN MEREDITH: Transfer from Harrah, Washington '66.
VICKY MILLS: Tohiscan 12: Class Play 1 1. Transfer from Yakima, Washington
VIRGIL MYERS '
'CLAY NULPH: Class Play 113 Football 10-11: Homecoming King 122 Band
LUPE OLIVAREZ: Transfer from LaConner, Washington '76.
'VICKY OLIVASZ Pep Club 12, Treas. 12: GAA 10-11-12, Treas. 123 Class
Plays 12: Band 10-1 1-12: Majorette 12: Twirling Conference 12.
CAROL OROZCO: Steering Com. 12: FHA 10-11-12, Reporter 11: GAA 10-
11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 113 Track 10: Choir 10-11-123 Drill Team 11-12.
Transfer from Yakima, Washington '65.
REXINE OSBORNE CASTILLO
WANDA OWEN: GAA 10. Transfer from Zillah, Washington '63.
JUNIOR OZUNA: Baseball 122 Tennis 10-11: Camp Chapparal 11: Choir 12.
Transfer from Wapato, Washington '64,
'RICHARD PALACZ: Football 10-11.
'CINDY PARDO: GAA 10-113 Class Play 12: Band 10-11-12: Majorette 10-
11-123Twirling Conference 10-123 Secretary of Diversified Occupations 12.
JOHNNY PEREZ: Transfer from California '62.
'DENNIS PETERSON: FFA 10-11-12: FFA Judging team 10: Wrestling 10-
'MARY PHIFERI GAA 10: Nursing Class as parl.12.
RON PILGRIM: Jr.-Sr. Prom Server 11: Choir 123 Manhattans 12: Music
Theroy 1 1-12. Transfer from Kansas '68
'IDA JO PINKHAM: FHA 10-11-12, Parliamentarian 11: GAA 10-11-121
Graduation Usher 11: ASB Board of Control 10-11: Class Play Crew 11:
Basketball 122 Track 1 lj Choir 11-12: Volleyball 12.
STEVE RAM BUR: FFA 12. Transfer from Zillah, Washington '72,
'MONICA RAMIREZ: Pep Club 12: GAA 10-11-13: Class Play Crew 12: Drill
'RITA RAMIREZ: FHA 10-11-123 GAA 10-11-12, Sec. 113 ASB Board of
Control 11: Class Play 12: Drill Team 10-11: LAP'S 113 Honor Society 12:
Camp Chapparal 11.
'TEX REID: Ski Club 1 1-12: Camp Chapparal 11: Talon Club 11-12.
'FRED REIMER: Tohiscan 11-12, Bus. Mgr. 12: Ski Club 10: Graduation
Usher 11: Tennis 10: FBLA 12.
'PATTI RICE: Ski Club 10-11-123 Pep Club 112 GAA 10-11-123 Drill Team
'LESLIE ROWE: Ski Club 10-11: Pep Club 113 GAA 10-11-123 Class Play
11: Class Play Crew 12, Student Director 12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: FBLA 123 Drill
JOHNNY SANCHEZ: Wrestling 10-11-12: Camp Chapparal 11. Transfer from
Eagle Pass, Texas'61.
'MARY LOU SANCHEZ
SHERI SCALLEY: Homemaker of Year 12, Transferfrom Sandy, Utah '71,
'RON SCHLENKER: Basketball 11.
RON SCHMIDT: Ski Club 10-11-12: Steering Com. 122 Class Play 113 Class
Play Crew 12: Basketball Intramural Champ Team 103 Band 10-11-12: Pep
Band 10-11-12: Student Director for Band 12, Ensemble 11:Jr.-Sr, Prom 11:
Stage Band 12: Camp Chapparal 1 1. Transfer from Zillah, Washington '68.
JOANNE SCHMIERER: Class Play 11: Choir 10. Transfer from Moxee,
' ERIKA SCHNEIDER: Ski Club 10-1 1-12: Pep Club 113 Class Officer Sec.11:
GAA 10-11-12: Jr.-Sr. Prom 11: Homecoming Queen 12: Drill Team 10-11
LINDA SMITH: Ski Club 10-11: Pep Club 11: Torch 11-12: GAA 10-11-12,
Point Chr. 10: Drill Team 11. Transfer from Seattle, Washingron '67.
'MARY SOLIS: Pep Club 12, Social Chr. 1": FHA 10-11: GAA 10-11-12:
BARBARA SORENSON: Ski Club 10: Pep Club 11-12: Torch 12: Cheerleader
11-12: Cheer Conference 11-123 Graduation Usher 11: ASB Board of Control
12: Class Play 11: Caterwaul 12, News Rptr., Ad Mgr. 12: FBLA 12. Transfer
from Salem, Oregon '67.
' HARVEY STEVENS: Class Plays 11: Intramural Champ Team Basketball 12:
Band 10-1 1: Choir 1 1: Small Engines 12.
'SUSAN STEVENS: Torch 11-12: ASB Board of Control 12.
'YVONNE STOBAUGH: Ski Club 11: Torch 11-123 Class Play Crew 113
Caterwaul Ad. Mgr. 11.
'JOHN SUGGS: Class Officers 11-12 V, Pres. Steering Comm. 12: Torch 11-
12: Commencement Speaker 12, Usher 113 ASB Board of Control 10-11-12:
Class Play 11-12: Basketball 10-11: Masonic Top Ten 11: Camp Chapparal
TERRI LEE TAYLOR: Tohiscan 10-11-12, Editor 11-12: Class Sec, 12,
Steering Comm. 12: Torch 12: Graduation Usher 11: FTA 12, Sec. 12: ASB
Board of Control 11-12: Class Play 1 1-12: Choir 10-1 1-12, Pianist 10-1 1-12,
Manhattans 10-11-12, Publicity Comm. 10-11-123 Jr.-Sr. Prom 11:
Toppenish Princess 12.
'CHRIS THORINGTONZ Class Treas. 11: Pep Club 11-12: Cheerleader 12:
Cheer Conference 12: GAA 10-1 1-121 Drill Team 11.
OSCAR TOBIAS: Transfer from Ouemando, Texas '61.
' DEBBIE SCHAEFER TONER: Ski Club 113 GAA 103 Band 10: Pep Band 10.
'MIKE TONER: FFA 11: Wildcats 11-12: Football 10-113 Track 10-112
Intramural Champ Team Basketball 11, '
JAY UPPING HOUSE: Wildcats 10-11: Graduation Usher 11: Class Play 12:
Jr.-Sr. Prom 11-12: Wreslting 10-11: Choir 10-11-12: Manhattans 12:
Musical 10-1 1-12: Torch 12. Transfer from Arizona '63.
'CINDY VAN ALSTINE: GAA 10.
KAELIN VAN LEUVEN: Ski Club 11-12: Pep Club 11-12, Pres. 12: Torch 11-
122 GAA 10-11-12: ASB Board of Control 12, Sec. 12: Tennis 10-11-12:
Caterwaul News Rptr. 11: Drill Team 10-11-12: Hanford Trip 12, Transfer
from Blackfoot, Idaho '67.
JOHN VERGIN: ASB Board of Control 10-1 1-12: Class Play 11-12, Play Crew
11-12, Student Director 11-12: Choir 10-11-12, Choir Pres, 10-11-12,
Pianist 10-11-12, Manhattans 10-11-12: Musical 10-11-12. Transfer from
Spokane, Washington '66.
'BOB WALKER: Ski Club 11-12: Wildcats 11-12: Torch 11-12: ASB Board
of Control Pres. 12, V. Pres. 11: Class Play 12: Jr,-Sr. Prom 11: Football 10-
11-12: Track 11: Caterwaul Cartoonist 103 Masonic Top Ten 11: Leadership
Conference 125 Camp Chapparal 11.
'SHERYL WEIPPERT: Football Mgr. 12: Band 10-1 I.
'WILLIAM WHITE: Football 10.
MIKE WRIGHT: Ski Club 12: Class Pres. 11, Act. Mgr, 10: ASB Board of
Control 10-11: Football 10: Wrestling 10-11: Cross Country 10-11: National
Merit 1 1. Transfer from Wapato, Washington '67.
'All twelve years in Toppenish schools.
TOP THIRTEEN-First Row: Loretta Bowers, John Suggs, Rick Bowles, Kaelin Van Leuvan: second row:
Denise Bouchey, Jim Clayton, Linda Smith, Paul Dalton: third row: Susan Stevens, Kathy Mears, Karen
Anderson, Ruth Duncan, Mike Wright
American Legion Auxiliary: Karen Febus
American Legion: Mike Carter
Daughters of the American Revolution: Karen Anderson
Fortnightly Award: Kathy Mears, John Vergin
Babe Ruth Awards: Barbara Sorenson, Bob Walker
Auto Mechanics: John Galvan-
Annual Business Mgr.: Fred Reimer
Annual Head Photographer: Val Braten
Biology: Rick Bowles, Susan Stevens
Bausch 8m Lomb Departmental Science: Rick Bowles
Choir: Paul Dalton, Kathy Mears, Terri Lee Taylor, John Vergin,
Drama: John Vergin
Scholastic Magazine Creative Writing Award Honorable
Journalism: Ted Friss, Barbara Sorenson
Math: Loretta Bowers
History: Gary Barnes -
Foreign Language Award: Jon Bush, Mike Wright, Shane
Lupe Estrada, Mark Beavers
Science: Jim Clayton
GAA: Karen Anderson
Drill Team: Sandy Ashlock and Toni Leingang Mike Carter.
ASB: Kaelin Van Leuvan, Karen Anderson, Bob Walker
ASB Presidents Gavel: Bob Walker
"lT IS MY PLEASURE" - ASB
president Bob Walker receives a gavel
from Mr. Strom.
Toppenish High School Torch: Karen Febus, Susan Stevens.
Toppenish Lions' Club: Monica Ramirez
Toppenish Education Association: Karen Anderson
Buena Grange: Leslie Hinchey
George Washington Foundation: Shane Jones
Academic-Loyola: Loretta Bowers
Eagles Junior Rodeo: Mark Beavers
Honors at Entrance CWSC: John Suggs
Professional Secretary Inst.: Sally Langston
Mr. Lee's Beauty School: Sherry Weippert, Sharon McLavey,
Marlene Comenout, Sylvia Goodno
Yakima Tribal Scholarship: Ida Jo Pinkham
Ida Jo Pinkham
Terri Lee Taylor
Kaelin Van Leuvan
Jay Bob Walker
JUNIORS MASONIC AWARD
With ffiglfcst Honors
CONGRATULATIONS - Ida Jo Pinkham, Craig Engbretson, and
Chris Thorington received activity certificates from Mr. Strom.
THANK YOU - Jim Clayton receives the science award from Mr.
GOOD LUCK - Nlr. Shea presents John Galvan with the Auto
"A BETTER WORLD BEGINS WITH NIE" - Rick Bowles, Kaelin Van Leuvan
and Jim Clayton voice their thoughts at graduation.
DEDICATION - Mr. Jack Thorington shows the crowd a portrait of Mr. Stom to
be placed in entry of the newly dedicated A.J, Strom Gym in appreciation of
his 34 years of service.
Sometimes a man has a fine set of tools in a tool chest or
hanging on a specially designed rack. But what does he build?
What use does he make with his tools? People are paid, not for
having trained minds, but for using them. Reading and writing
are school-made tools. You can develop other skills with the
use of them, or you can let them get rusty and dusty. Some of
you have applied your school-made tools-reading and writing-
to your advantage and I am sure that you will be successful in
whatever endeavor you try, but others of you have not put forth
Have you taken the subjects that would require you to perfect
your school-made skills? I am not saying all of you should go to
college or some other school: we need machinists, auto
mechanics, chefs, typists, technicians, farmers. store-keepers.
clerks, etc, All of these people must have the ability to read,
write and follow directions.
All of you have the same personal equipment:
One-You were all given a brain-it can remember, Calculate
Two-You were given several vital organs that can take food
and transform it into energy.
Three-You were all given two eyes and a detector system.
Four-You were all given five senses: the eyes to see, the
nose to smell, the tongue to taste, the ears to hear, and the
hands to feel.
None of these would you trade for a sack of gold. You were
given hands-I could spend a long time telling you what the
hands can do but the time has come for you with your
equipment. to go and find your own place to use your hands. V ' U
The best of luck to you and may God bless you
Zufelifc Kusy lfcars at an Sud
CLASS OF 1973 - The 1973 graduati
"l MADE IT" - Johnny Sanchez proudly displays gifts, his diploma, and
a big smile.
THIS IS HOW IT GOES! - Chris Delafuente helps Mike Wright arrange
ng class of Top-Hi await their diplomas,
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out seniors Jon Bremer, and Ricky Bowles. GOSSIP? - Miss Ross and Mrs. Dixon discuss their thoughts on graduation night.
WHATA MESS! - Sherry Taylor does her last cleaning up at the COME AND GET 'EM - Josette Bremer holds up the sign for any who are interested in
end of the year. autograph books.
REMEMBER WHEN? - Sophomores gather on the mound for the last time in the Spring.
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Ulasiug the l5'aah af ,Meruaries
Memories. . .
.7deas, thaughts aud aetiaus. . .
Zfhiugs that auee lrelauged ta the future,
Chihgs that are haw just rueruaries.
9ra1u fall ta spriug,
,All the luefuaries, gear! ahd had,
large aud small
,Are hauud iu these pages.
Memories. . .
Moments that eouuot truly he relioed,
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Wheu throuyh this hook you hooe ufoudered.
Now sit hook, reloh, oud remember the yood times
Held ih eaeh pieture om! story.
This was your yeor os well os ours.
Che Zohiseuu Stuff
Abercrombie, Pam 82,90
Acob, Jose 45,82
Adams, Kathi 114
Bowles, Richard 9,24,25,72,115,
Bowles, Mr. R. E. 59
Affholter, Mr. Andy 37
Aguirre, Carolyn 37
Aguirre, Francesco 24,25,26,
Aguirre, Manuel 26,114
Aichele, Bruce 24,28,82
Aichele, David 8,46,55,78,
Alaniz, Lupe 100
Alaniz, Maria 114
Allan, Mr. Dave 6
Allen, Joy 37,45,82
Almendarez, Armando 82
Alvarado, Berney 45,82
Alvarado, Connie 46,100
Amaro, Fernando 82
Anaya, Guadalupe 114
Anderson, Fred 2O,21,30,31,39,
Anderson, Janice 37,82,86,96
Anderson, Karen 14,42,43,49,50,52,
Andreas, Frank 114
Andreas, Tim 82
Andrews, Mr. Leonard 61
Archer, Mr. Paul 59
Ashby, Shirley 46,114
Ashlock, Sandy 13,114
Augenstine, Denise 45,46,47,98,100,
Babich, Mr. John 64
Babich, Marianna 100
Bailey, Buck 39,82
Bailey, Sheri 45
Bancroft, Ron 20,82
Bangs, Candy 82,84,87
Bangs, LuEIla 13,14,49,100
Barczyszyn, Donna 13,100,113
Barnes, Dennis 82
Barnes, Gary 36,114
Barnett, Mike 82
Barney, Marlene 82
Barr, Mr. Hugh 58
Bowman, Mike 83
Bowman, Richard 116
Bremer, Josette 54,100,137
B resta r,
Brestar, Eugene 116
Brock, Rusty 39,84
Brost, Mr. Earl 61
Brost, Kathy 12,45,84
Broughton, Diana 101
Brower, Kim 100,101
Brown: Joe 84
Brown, Judy 116
Brown, Larry 18
Brown, Roger 84
Buell, Wanda 84,86
Burgett, Jimi 49,101
Burgett, Marsha 45,116
Burke, Francie 101
Burr, Gerald 46,47,67
Burton, Daryl 101
BUS DRIVERS 61
Bush, Jon 75,116
Campos, Gloria 84
Carl, Deanna 84,101
Carrasco, Joe 20,101
Carrizal, Jinny 84
Carter, Mary 14,38,43,45,51,74,
Carter, Mike 20,26,38,44,45,116
Castilleja, Abel 20,116,119,127
Castilleja, Livia 23,51,84
Castilleja, Lucy 12,24,25,45,99,
Castillo, Casi 27,116
Castillo, Isidro 116
Castillo, Mr. Leonardo 59
Castillo, Rexine Osborne 4,76,116
Bator, Mr. John 16,69,119
Beasley, Faye 12,69,73,74,100
Beasley, Ray 26,42,82,86
Beavers, Beverly 46,82
Beavers, Mark 114
Beavers, Timothy 24,25,26,28,82
Bedolla Isabell 83
Beltran: Dave 16,19,20,115
Cerna, John 14,26,34,35,101
Cerna, Tom 26,117
Chandler, Shawn 75,117
Charron, Joey 101
Charron, Johnny 84
Clark, Penny 84
Clayton, James 15,37,53,64,117,
Benavides, Joe 83
Benavides, Juan 24,25,26,115
Bernal, Gracie 83
Bjur, Gary 20,34,100
Blackburn, Jody 100
Blakesley, Mr. Bill 60
Bliss, Albert 83
Bliss, Denise 100,108
Blomquist, Vernon 83
Bloom, Dan 115
Bloom, Shirley 83,86
BOARD OF CONTROL 42
Boekholder, Mr. Jerry 26
Botello, Mary 46,73,83
Bouchey, Denise 4,13,22,37,53'
Bounds, Rick 83
Bower, Tracey 83
Bowers, Dr. George 58
Bowers, Loretta 7,8,46,47,76,78,
Clements, Darlene 13,14,51,101
Clements, Kathleen 46,80
Clements, Sue 74
Clipston, Judy 117
Cobb, Jeff 20,117
Coon, Gloria 84
Cordero, Lenard 32,37,69,84
Correa, Raymundo 84
Crawford, Kelly 37
Cron, David 7,108,105
CROSS COUNTRY 24
Crowder, Janie 13,118
Crowder, Lupe 46,102
Cummings, Neal 36,77,118
Dale, David 85
Dalton, Paul 36,46,72,118,121,
Dalrymple, Mr. Robert 58
Daniel, Tom 37,72,103
Dave, Rebecca 103,1 18
Davenport, Don 118
Davenport, Susan 33,79,85,88
Dean, Lynn 22,103
DeLaCruz, Arthur 103
DeLaFuente, Chris 119,135
Delp, Randy 31,32,103,105
DeMoss, Cynthia 4,85
Dennis, Dean 127
Dennis, Don 85
Derry, Mr. Lew 61
Desmarais, Gerry 34,98,103
Dexter, Kathy 44,45, 103
Dinehart, Colleen 45,46,103
Dinehart, Linda 37,45,72,85
Dixon, Mrs. Ruth 65,70,137
Doublerunner, Albert 23
DRILL TEAM 13
Duncan, Gary 20,21,31,85
Duncan, Ruth 46,49,119,132
Dzul, Sergio 85
Eids, Dave 31,119
Elwell, Jolene 79,85
END OF SCHOOL 136
Engbretson, Craig 5,24,25,31,39
Engbretson, Dean 24,85,36
Ervin, Kathy 46,103
Escamilla, Jean 45,85
Esparza, Tim 20,85,90
Espinosa, Arturo 69,103
Estrada, Lupe 119
Estrada, Raul 85
Estrada, Teresa 72,103
Evans, Gordon 85
Evans, Janice 12,33,38,45,85,90
Everett, Bev 46,119
Farnsworth, Mr. Gerald 26,28,
Faucher, Rick 17,20
Fauth, Mark 34
Fauth, Ornan 28,50,94,97
Febus, Karen 7,13,50,119
Fendell, Mr. Gary 45,65,118
Coder, Rickie 46,115,117,121
Coleman, Debbie 4,13,102
Coles, Julie 102,113,127
Collins, Don 117
Collins, Randy 100,102,107
Comenout, Marlene Billy 118
Comenout, Robert 102
Conrad, Nancy 13,115,118
Contreras, Maria 102
Cook, Mr. Everett 51,63,136
Cook, Karen 4,12,32,33,102
Cook, Melody 54,102
Cooley, Carmen 45,99,101,102
Cook, Sue 33
Coon, Connie 118
Ferguson, Janice 22,103
Mr. Wallace 59
Foster, Don 61
Fraser, Kelvin 86
Friss, Richard 24,103
Friss, Ted 55,119
Froemke, Robert 20,39,86
Furman, Dennis 103
Galvan, John 34,119,133
Galvan, Oscar 45,104
Gamble, George 120
Gamble, John 27,28,86,90
Garcia, Arnaldo 20,83,86
Garcia, Ina 120
Garcia, Mary 86,94
Garcia, Richard 18,20
Garcia, Wally 14,17,19,20,86,93
Gardiner, Mr. Herb 60
Garner, Cody 120
Garza, Alfonso 86
Garza, Anna 120
Garza, Ernie 46,86
Garza, Lorenzo 86
Garza, Lupe 120
Garza, Martha 46,120
Garza, Rosalinda 13,104
Garza, Sylvia 86
Gates, Ron 120
Hobbs, David 87
Hochrein, Catherine 105
Holden, Arlie 105
Holwagner, Cathy 105,111
HONOR SOCIETY 53
Hood, Lisa 22,82,87
Horney, Gilbert 45,105
Howell, Myrna 105
Hoyt, David 20,87
Humphrey, Janice 24,33,45,88
Humphrey, Jeanne 33,46,49,105
Jackson, Kevin 46,28,88
Jarvis, Jim 37
Jensen, Christy 33
Gettman, Anne 37
Gibbons, Kim 86
Gibbs, Scott 45,77,104
Gomez, Robert 120
Gomez, Theresa 120
Gonzales, Alice 12,24,25,33,38,45,
Gonzales, Jessie 87
Gonzales, Leonard 76,77,12O
Goodno, Sylvia 46,120,121,136
Graaff, Anne 7
Grant, Wesley 45,104
Green, Michael 87
Green, Ronald 104
Green, Troy 74,87
Griffith, Daniel 87
Guess, Kathleen 104
Gunn, Bonita 120
Gunnier, Frank 87
Gutierrez, Delores 121
Gutierrez, Jane 104
Gutierrez, Jose 14,20,28,39,
Guzman, Jaime 87
Haba, Miss Marianne 14,37,64
Hackner, Dennis 45,99,104
Hagerman, Carolyn 87
Hagerman, Dale 79,98
Hagerman, Susan 87
Hagerman, Tom 75,121
Halbert, Teresa 104
Halvorson, David 104
Hamilton, Barbara 45,104
Hannigan, Debbie 87
Hanson, Pam 121
Mr. Bruce 9,26,27,66
Johnson Carol 106
Johnson Debbie 88,89
Johnson Ellis 59,61
Johnson, Mr. Eric 106
Johnson Leon 117,122
Johnson Reggie 106
Jones, Brad 88
Jones, Judy 24,105,106
Jones, R. Shane 122
Jones, Mr. Thomas 66,71
Juarez, Jess 45,121
Juarez, Mike 88
Kearnes, Michael 106
Keeling, Steven 66,106
Keene, Mr. Lloyd 29,38,49,66
Keeth, Miss Elaine 51,64,88
Kelly, Kim 106
King, Carol 54,77
King, Dennis 106
Kinney, David 32,37,106
Kinney, Patty 33,37
Knepper, Jay 45,88
Koerner, Hanley 26,88
Koyle, David 88
Koyle, Sahuna 88,90
Kraft, Rick 45,99
Krebs, Louis 45,106
Krebs, Teresa 23,45,88
Kroll, Calvin 49,51
Kukes, Steve 17,20,75,122,123
Harris, Dan 104
Harris, Diane 121
Harris, Marianne 98,104
, Richard 20,21,121
Heide, Valerie 87
Heilman, Allen 50
Hemstreet, Ona 12,45,52,104
Henle, Tammy 37
Henry, Cindy 46,87
Hernandez, Arthur 87
Hernandez, Jayney 87
Hernandez, Sandra 87
Hernandez, Santos Jr. 121
Herrera, Chris 43,45,104,109
Herrera, Sandra 12,33,37,45
Herrera, Vicki 46,87
Hickle, Jack 67,105
Hinchey, Leslie 13,121
Hixson, Mitchell 19,20,31,34,35,
Lacell, Mrs. Hattie 5,63,136
Lacell, Vernon 39,53,71,84,122
Lamebull, Marlene 4,45,122
Lamebull, Steve 20,88,93
Leach, Scott 106
Leingang, Toni 13,64,65,122
Leon, Monica 8,33,37,106
Leos, Cristela 94
Leos, Santos 106
Lewis, Karen 44,106
Lindsey, Julie 45,88
Littlefield, Brad 88
Lloyd, Debbie 122
Long, Paula 12,106,111
Lopez, Manuel 28,34,71,106
Lopez, Joanne 46
Lopez, Martha 60,122
Lopez, Mary 13,106
Lorton, Don 122
Lott, Mr. Blake 7,23,66,133
Lott, Paula 88
Lott, Phillip 37
Lozano, Johnny 24
Lozano, Mary 88
Lozano, Patsy 12,33,37,45,49,88
Lozano, Richard 37,106
Lundberg, Mark 31,76,106,111
Lybbert, Jeff 89
McClure, Mrs. Freda 58
McFarland, Judy 37
McFarland, Karen 89
McGovern, Beth 81,84,89
McLavey, Sharon 122
McMillan, David 46,89
Macias, Angie 122
Macias, Lynda 106
Mack, Millie 89
Maden, Melody 107
Malzahn, Roy 34,122,123
Marez, Francisco 45,107
Marshall, Dixie 89
Marques, Cecilia 107
Marquez, Alice 52,79,123
Martin, Gary 123
Martin, Harold 32,45,83,89
Martinen, Eric 20,89
Martinez, Rueben 89
Masini, Mari 107
Massett, Mr. Charles 60
Massett, Miss Sandy 59
Mason, Mr. John 61
Masters, Sarah 108
Matheny, Melvin 123
Mathis, Mr. John 66
Matte, Dixie 104,108
Maupin, Randy 20,31,32,73,88,93
Maupin, Sandra 45,123
Mears, Kathi 8,46,53,67,118,123,
Meigs, Charles 20,26,71,108
Meiser, George 37,108
Mendoza, Carol 13,123
Mercer, Mr. Clifford 66,108
Meredith, Peggy 108
Meredith, Susan 123
Mesa, Jose 89
Meyers, Debbie 12,108
Meyers, Melia 22,89,96
Miller, Debbie 108
Miller, Mr. Ed 61
Miller, Robert 108
Mills, Vicky 123
Mirosh, Mr. Phil 66
Mitchell, Mrs. Joyce 6,66
Moody, Betty 24,108
Moore, Johnie 49,108
Morrison, MaryAnn 12,37,45,89
Morrison, Wally 23,27,45,55,108
Muehe, Mrs. Alice 68
Muffett, Rod 45,46,77,108
Murray, Candy 89,45
Murray, Laurel 49,109
Mutch, John 74,89
Mutch, Kathleen 13,109
Myers, Mr. Sam 60
Myers, Verena 109
Myron, Mr. Cliff 62,86
Myron, Kathi 4,38,48,90
Navarro, Janie 90
Nelson, Ramona 90
Nelson, Tony 124
Newman, Virgil 45,90
Northrup, Jordan 124,125
Nulph, Clay 80,124
Olivarez, Lupe 124
Olivas, John 20,32,34,43,86,90
Olives, Vicky 4,14,45,49,120,124
Oliver, Kent 6,24,31,39,109
Omlin, Margie 48,90,95
Olney, Emma Jane 33
Orozco, Carol 46,124
Ortiz, Yolanda 88,90
Otto, Mr. Richard 34,35,68
Owens, Mr. James 60
Ozuna, Euselio lJuniorl 34,46,
Ozuna, Johnny 69,70
Palacz, Richard 124
Palma, Juan 49,99,109
Pardo, Cindi 4,45,125
Parks, Catherine 45,49,109
Pecheos, Doug 109
Pecheos, Sue 90
Pedroza, Raymund 109
PEP BAND 12
PEP CLUB 14
Perez, Joe 32,91
Perez, Joe 109
Perez, Johnny 125
Peterson, Barbara 109
Peterson, Dennis 26,117,125
Pettigell, Paula 37
Pettit, William 109
Petty, Robin 91,92
Phifer, Mary 125
Pilgrim, Ron 46,125
Pinkham, Dora Lee 33,79,91,125
Rogers, Donna 92
Rogers, Sandy 110
Romburn, Steve 126
Rork, Anita 92
Rosenow, Kelly 92
Ross, Debbie 92
Ross, Miss Marian
Ross, Mr. Ted 61
Roth, David 37,93
Rowe, David 110
Rowe, Leslie 13,128
Saluskin, Julie 33,93
Sanchez, Carmen 93
Sanchez, Hilda 51,60,110
Sanchez, Johnny 26,135
Sanchez, Larry 108,111
Sanchez Lucia 111
Sanchez, Mary 126
Sanchez, Mary Lou
Sanchez, Nora 93
Sanchez Rosie 126
Sandberg, Karen 37,93
Scalley, Karen 37
Scalley, Sheri 126
Sanders, Leah Mills 54,111
Sargent, Mrs. Mary 66,68,129
Scalley, Sherri 123
Schafer, Glen 50,93
Schelert, Mike 126
Schlenker, Neal 96
Schlenker, Richard 23,72,111
Schlenker, Ron 126
Schmidt, Ron 45,53,77,120,126
Schmierer, Jerry 9,111
Pinkham, Ida Jo 9,33,46,133
Pinkham, Joe 20,23,32,34,35,110
Pinkham, Mr. Joe 59
, Margret 30, 33,37
Schmierer, Joanne 76,116,126,136
Schmierer, Joyce 70,96
Schneider, Erika 13,80,126
Schneider, Richard 23,126
Polley, Carmen 4,37,43,91
Polley, Mr. Walter 58
Potter, Mrs. Louise 59
Potter, Mr. Ted 60,61
Pratt, Bryan 46,110
Pruneda, Roy 20,91
Pryor, Miss Jennifer 54,68,73
Pylican, Linda 125
Quick, Forrest 123
Raber, Mrs. Nellie 59
RALLY SQUAD 12
Rambu r, Steve
Ramirez, Guadelupe 13,107,110
Ramirez, Luis 125
Ramirez, Maria 110,113
Ramirez, MaryAnn 91,94
Ramirez, Monica 13,125
Ramirez, Rita 125
Ramos, Ernie 91
Rathbun, Kenneth 45,91
Ray, James 20,110
Razo, Ray 20,28,34,110
Rebellosa, Roy 92
Reid, Caroline 37,48,84,92
Reid, Karen 4,92,93
Reid, Robert 110
SCHOOL BOARD 59
Schumaker, Ervin 111
Scott, Miss Cynthia 5,6,33,107
SENIOR HIGH OFFICE 62
SENIOR SUMMARIES 130ff
Sevigny, Tom 26,99,111
Shaul, Ricky 94
Shea, Mr, Jim 68,133
Shea, Mary 45,111
Sheets, Ron 126
Shellenberger, Mr. Tom 24,26,39,67,67,68
Shipman, Mrs. Marie 70
Siefring, Eva 38,45,68,91,94
Siefring, Milford 111
Simmons, Sharon 12,38,94
Simmons, Terri 38,111
Ski Club 22
Smartlowit, Katherine 94
Smith, Chris 112,113
Smith, Linda 126,132
Strom, Mr. Ted 59,61
STUDENT LIFE 74ff
Stump, Vicky 4,33,38,39,84,95,102
Suggs, John 76,77,114,128,132
Tanewasha, Gene 23
Taylor, Sherry 54,95,136
Taylor, Terri Lee 3,5,43,46,47,52 78 114 122 128
Thomas, Mrs. Edna 59
Thompson, Tim 95
Thorington, Chris 12,128,133
Thorington, Mr. Jack 59,134
Thornell, Debra 13,112,38
Tittsworth, Miss Elsie 70
Tobia, Frances 8,45,112
Tobias, Aurora 112
Tobias, Oscar 128
Tobias, Reynaldo 95
Toner, Debbie Schaeffer 128
Toner, Mike 75,128
Torres, Mary Lou 13,51,112
Tulee, Loretta 95
Tuttle, Sheryl 128
Tynan, Earl 112
Unruh, Carol 12,112
Uppinghouse, Jay 46,128
Uscola, Duane 45,112
VanAIstine, Cindy 124,129
VanAlstine, Vicki 96
Vandenbrink, Mr. Andy 68,70
VanLuevan, Kaelin 4,5,22,37,43 129 132 134
Van Luevan, Mr. Martin 37
Veals, Mr. Charles 61
Veals, Pamela 13,112
Vela, Arturo 20,26,96
Vergin, John 3,8,46,47,67,78,118 121 129
Walker, Connie 96
Walker, Mr. Jack 60
Walker, Jay Bob 2O,43,53,76,77,129,132
Smith, Rodney 112
Smith, Sandy 126
Smith, Scott 20,45,94
Solis, Antonia 13,46,52,64,126,128
Solis, Mary 13,127
Solis, Tina 73,94
SOPHOMO RES 82tf
Sorenson, Barbara 12,69,119,124,127
SPORTS AND SPIRIT 10ff
Stage, Edna 112
Reid, Tex 15,36,64,75,84,125
Reimer, Fred 49,54,77,125
Reiter, Marcy 92,97
Rice, Patty 13,126
Richards, Deniece 110
Richards, Mrs. Helen 63
Richards, Tana 13,50,110
Riojas, Rita 49,110
Rodrigues, David 30,32,92
ROdI'i9U92, Demetrio 92
Rodriguez, Elida 83
Steinmetz, Mrs. Cheryl 61,136
Steinmetz, Don 112
Steinmetz, Mike 91,95
Sterns, Janet 12,99,112
Stevens, Susan 127,132
Stobaugh, Scott 20,31 ,32,36,45,95
Stobaugh, Yvonne 127
Stoops, Barbara 54,95
Stoops, Mark 55,112
Story, Daniel 36
Story, David 37,95
Strom, Mr. A. J. 42,62,132,133,134
Walker, Randy 20,31,32,39,96
Weibler, Mr. Joe 70
Weippert, Sheryl 67,76,124,129
Weishaar, Gregory 97
Wentz, Cheryl 46,96
Wentz, Kathleen 112
White, Barbara 96
White, Bill 127,129
Wike, Richard 2,100,113
Williams, Vickie 4,13,112
Wilson, Kathy 96
Wilson, Sandra 64,65,113
Wingerter, John 113
Winnier, Susan 96
Winterfeld, Bruce 39,113
Winters, Mr. Bob 6,17,19,42,64,69 70 72
Wishkoski, Mary 112
Wolfe, Glenna 7,8,45,53,96
Wolverton, Alice 45,112
Wright, Jonni 111,113
Wright, Michael 23,129,132,135
Wychoff, Jerry 94,97
Wychotf, Larry 97
Wyloles, Russell 129
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Young, Tamela 46,51,54,92,97
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