Toppenish Senior High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toppenish, WA)

 - Class of 1978

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II fu QP- .- I' I' .- , GI ' ,14"l, 5-1 I . fgnzx' ff- W ., , . . , X 9 I gffi. -7 '-'i3"'f'lf1.-Q.-.' P ' "IQ, is its' ia- 'i,' 4-afdfg ' . . ex- - , TL -1.-M N . , ,. . I I . If , . . .,1 ,f, , .... '-..- 1 . ' ,'.I- , Bs.-H4-ly I-I '-'04, ,a 1 .1 5 M' M' ' ' 3 ,s fr-tp." gg:-f - -.2-3 ff if ' , . 29, - ' J, X K - .I Mg AQI I ' .u. ,dl . ix ,- 1.---. ' W a 7 ,Q II I S , L. Ia P R ,I 53: 'u t ' 3' . fi- if?" .gig gf Q I If "1-. " If I rs I S L q J I .fo', "' yi?-'Ml -- .gvhjl . , 1 u '1:ufV'?'.: Q ' , xv! aah, I-. ' ' 1. 'L shi' . if 5' FALL BRINGS FRIENDSHIPS 84 A NEW BEGINNING K Q QM S? '12 4' August: First day of school went fairly well. As each year begins the sophomores are the most confused try- ing to find where to go and a little nervous of their upper classmates. But no problem because every- one was happy to give a helping hand. September: All clubs got underway as the year started, with their ways of raising money, Annuals started sell- ing and prices were expected to go up through out the year. Fall sports started with student enthusiasm. School pictures were taken for students and for A.S.B.'s also. juniors ordered their class rings. The F.F.A. club gave the Wildcat symbol a refreshing paint job on the AJ. Strom Gym. October: As sports and other activities went by soon came Homecoming week with different events for each day. Royalty was announced Friday during the pep assembly. Floats were also made and presented by each class. A taco dinner was also sponsored by the Spanish Club. November: Report cards were given out for the first quarter which was a day that most everyone dreaded. Work day soon came with much student support. Fall fell to an end with everyone preparing for the win- ter sports. The month ended with the Tolo, and the live band Tryx playing. MMM ,f,.. , hr 9" Qi , 2 rift 5 IWW 1: 4 A '52 Y I A a""i.. f,.f'4-gf-F "X2' 'x ,, - X ..- N . mb X , ' gifs, -g-"' K. -' ' Lili 091 xl! Q' 1'4" 'l. HERE COMES THE CATS!- The Wildcats led by Rock Winters and Chris Gehlen return to the field after a successful first half, ready to do more damage. 2. THOUGHT YA HAD ME-Dennis Reeves escapes the grasp of an Othello Husky. 3. WHAT DO I DO NOW?-Dennis Roth prepares to get attacked by a Sunnyside Grizzly after a heroic journey through the Sunnyside defense. T H 5 FooTBAu VARSITY FOOTBALL Toppenish Opponent 15 Selah 19 0 West Valley 7 34 East Valley 0 44 Wapato 14 20 Sunnyside 23 33 Hanford 0 20 Othello 13 30 Prosser 6 14 Grandview 17 UH - OH -With fear in his eyes the Othello Hus- ky prepares to be crunched by Steve Huylar. FOOTBALL DO IT LIKE THIS- Coaches john Ba- tor and Bob Winters outline defens- ive strategy to middle line-backer Kurt Benz during the East Valley game. Won by Top-Hi. WILDCAT STYLE ACCIDENTS DO HAPPEN-All Valley Ron Forgey is helped off the field. , 4. C -i.,.,. J The 1977 football season for the Top-Hi Wildcats proved to be interesting, exciting and successful. It be- an with the Wildcats surprisin the league power and Favorite Selah in the first game ogthe season. Top-Hi held a 15 to 20 lead at halftime before going down to defeat 19 to 15. The second game saw the Wildcats being upset by the West Valley Rams 7 to 0, as the cats experienced their onl "Down" game of the year. At this point in the season the Wildcats installed a new offense and great things began to ha pen. The cats won 5 of the remaining 7 games. The two lost games were very close, both being lost in overtime. Through the season the cats loses were just as exciting as ,their wins. To -Hi ended with a 5-4 record. Its four lost games were E a total of 16 points, where as overall the cats outscorecltheir opponents 203 to 99. Coach Bob Winters remarked, "The cats performed well and had a successful season, Toppenish can be proud of a very fine football team in 1977, and looks forward to another fine team in 1978 with many outstanding players returning from the varsity and outstanding junior varsity." The followin players were honored as recipients of the designated awards Ron Forgey- RON HOVIS AWARD, Kevin Bouchey- MR. DEFENSE, Dennis Roth- MR. OFFENSE, Chuck Brandt, Kevin Bouchey, Ron Forgey- CO-CAPTAINS. 1st Row Left to Right, Phillip Gonzales, Ramiro Vijarro, Ramon Farias, Will Scarlett, Ioe Morrison, jack Meyers, Randy Marshall. 2nd, Coach Strom, Kevin Bouchey, Chuck Brandt, Tom Tebb, Ron Forgey, Rudy Pruneda, Benny Gutierrez, Dennis Reeves. 3rd, Coach Winters, joe Gadley, Curt Chandler, Steve Huylar, joe lacobs, Don Sandberg, Kurt Benz, Rommel Strom, Chris Gehlen, Coach Bator, Coach Allen, 4th, Dennis Roth, Fabian Castilleja, Perry Perrault, jim Thom- as, jack Walker, l,C. Pratt, Harvey Paul, Francis Tulee. 7 5: of .Fur 'W if 1 ,Av J.. we in ef i HOMECOMING HOMECOMI G GRA D ILLUSIGN 5 Q Q if 1. FIRST-Rich Forgey and Karolyn Sealock were the first of the Sophomores to be picked for the 77 Homecoming. 2. A MATCH MADE FROM HOMECOMING-Bryan South- ards and Connie Alcorn joined together as junior Prince and Princess, in 77. 3. HANDSOME AND BEAUTIFUL SENIORS-Ralph Villa- nueva and Pam Quigley reigned as Senior Prince and Princess during the '77' Homecoming. This year the Homecoming turned out to have some happy moments shared between the Homecoming Royalty and the Football players. During Homecoming Week, the students and faculty participated in the happenings that were taking place during the week. Many things happened: Monday was hat day, Tuesday was button day, Wednes- day was slob day, and Thursday hap- pened to be twin day. Friday was dress-up day, for that was the day the Homecoming Royalty was pre- sented to the student body and the faculty at the pep assembly. Queen Lori Steinmetz and her court, Senior Princess Pam Quigley, junior Princess Connie Alcorn, and Sophomore Princess Karolyn Sea- lock, were brought onto the foot- ball field in Corvettes. King Rudy Pruneda and his court, Senior Prince Ralph Villanueva, junior Prince Bryan Southards, and Sopho- more Prince Rich Forgey, presented the Queen and her Princess to the crowd, then escorted them to their seats. Parades are starting to be a tradi- tion at the Toppenish Homecomings. Floats that were presented to the town for the 77 Homecoming were the senior float, "WHIP THE HUSK- lES", the junior float, "ROLL 'EM WILD CATS", and the sophomore float, "WILDCATS RULE". The pa- rade was held at the high school parking lot, and was led through the main part of town, then ended at the football field. Pep talks were given by Coach Bob Winters and some of the varsity ball players. The football cheerleaders led the cheers during the rally. This all led to a great game, Top- penish Wildcats defeating the Othel- lo Huskies, 20-13. HOMECOMING IUNIOR VARSITY HAS SUPER SEASON ...-.................,,,,,..,..,1 L-V ,.-,,-....,'.,,,.,,, -,gr ff ' K b . Lew TW 'ff -' , L f - ,fr I sm, M 1 l w .1 41' '13 A9 If S, A 5 . XXVI I 'QW a at fit? : ,Q I.: VW ir 3 at M , If .D K., H filo f WA' AN R ' Twill I i W' ,Ill Bottom Row: Ken Brandt, Charlie Gunnier, Andy Affholter, Paul Gonzales, Steve Helms, Tracy Brower, David LeClair, Sec- ond Row: Coach Strom, Eddie Sifuentes, juan Felan, jeff Speer, lay lacobs, john Babich, Andy Gamboa, Art Reyes, Coach Allen, Top Row: Dan Reyes, Nick Vela, Hugh Hossman, Ron Bjur, Gary Kerby, Randy Heit, Fernando Rodriguez, Santos Garza. TOPPENISH OPPONENT ' 0 Selah 25 0 West Valley 14 26 Wapato 13 8 East Valley 5 14 Sunnyside 7 33 Hanford 7 1 Othello 0 1 Prosser 0 26 Grandview 13 The young Wildcats had one of the finest seasons I ever. There were several standouts among the sopho- more dominated program. A few stars offensively . were Ieff Speers, Eddie Sifuentes, and David LeClair. Defensively the cats were equally impressive with play- ers such as Steve Helms, Tracy Brower, and Dan Reyes. Many of the offensive stars became leaders of a tough swarming defense. "6-2 Fire" Became a familar sound to our opponents this year and one that they hated to hear. TURNING THE CORNER: Eddie Sifuentes the most valuable I.V. player sweeps right end against the West Valley Tams. FOOTBALL 10 TOP-HI GIRLS UNITED LOOK OUT HERE IT COMES. . .Thats the varsity team in action in a game against Hanford, . .and they really use teamwork!! SET IT UP.Mi5sy and Pam race to save the ball in a game against Wapato!! W LOOK AT HER IUMP! Doris scores a point for the cats. S. "i4r 1.5.1, ,ff -.1 .j Q, M 01' 11' xXN xXX VOLLEYBALL FIVE FINISH LAST SEASON K, Ill xXx i' Ewa "" I .tl 'T I L to R- Pam Quigley, Enedelia Longoria, Vickie Holwagner, loyce Allsop, Coach Tim Davison, Janine Babich, Doris Morrison, Kim Henle, jackie Bell, Not pictured Missy McGinnis. This years volleyball team did very well. Although our team did make it to district, we just missed going to state by 2 narrow defeats, losing to Hanford for the district 16-18 in the third game and losing to W.V. 15-17 for the district, 2nd berth to state. Having five seniors and three juniors our varsity team was an experienced one all the team members played together last year so they developed excellent team work. The seasonal record was 14 won and 4 lost. The Ir. varsity consisted of one senior, seven juniors, and seven sophomores. Al- though this was the first year for most of the girls they did very well. Their seasonal record was 12 won 5 lost. Both Coach Davison and Corbett intend to have an even better team next year. 12 MINE! Vickie bumps the ball a perfect set. ' WF! . lv f L- 14,1 Top Row L to R.leri Smith, Michelle Strom, Connie Aleck, Cindy Fromke, Tam- mie Oliver, Connie Alcorn, Mid row.Miss Corbett, Shirley johnson, Patty Kroll, Betty Halderman, Renee Roth, Cathy Tollefson, Bottom row Laurie Winterfeld, Karin Scarlett, Renee Heit, Mary Garcia. IAM THAT BALL! Betty practices her serves before the game against Prosser. DON'T LET IT GO BY.Mary and Patty make a block against West Valley. TOP-HI CROSS-COUNTRY RETURNS Front Row: L-R Glen Pinkham, Mike McFarland, Rodney Kluever, jeff Sevigny, Kelly Armstrong, Pete Sanchez, Middle-john Pettingill, Bryan Southards, Mitchell Trujillo, Mike Myers, Pat Sullivan, Richie Forgey, Lou Allsop, Alan Regimbal, Back- Alan Butler, Daniel Amaro, lon Nishi, Robert Fischer, Kurt Myron, jeff Franklin, Ralph Villanueva, and Mario Martinez. Cross-Country returned to Toppenish after a one year absence. This years' cross-country team consisted of mainly first year runners with the exception of Alan Regimbal who was our No. 1 runner. Next year's team has high hopes of great success graduating only one letterman, the prospects for next years team are excel- lent. Awards given at the annual banquet were Honor- ary Captain: Alan Regimbal, Inspirational: Richie Forgey. TOPPENISH OPPONENT 79 WEST VALLEY 31 48 SUNNYSIDE 15 43 HANFORD 17 44 PROSSER 17 32 GRANDVIEW 25 40 GRANGER 15 31 OTHELLO 25 CROSS-COUNTRY 14 HERE HE COMES! Mitchel Trujillo is elated with his finish. X ' in 'Y ' 'X MUN ix' 'Dx X x I k ' lklEA:x - f 4.4 n 1, ,, , . 91' :gs-hNY,,'4. . x' J' Qs 'X X f , mfr-?zf ,x x .xg X . STX' 4 5'5- ' V' A"f T. -Ji igff. . up .ar . , ' A , kf1f f A 7. Y 1 15515, .. 'A f 3-:5 2 Q x - fb f F, I 'f"1 ' 'TTIIAX T, ' .,--4-4 5. 1 x N 4 K 4- V N - K N 'x , 1 .7 X ,Q .Xt A xxx x ti: 5 x l ix " r ' X ff 'O 5.5- XQ'-1 "'-"" ...MQ NQQZX' WIN GOOFING OFF-Tom Lozano plays his part well in the Winter Play "Big Rock at Candy's Mountain. DEC. Drama puts on "Big Rock at Candy's Mountain. Aztlan Club as- sembly Dec. 20. Ping Pong Tourna- ment began. Spanish puts on for the first time a Taco Feed. GAA puts on Operation Petticoat during lunch time. Cans of food were col- lected for needy families and Christ- mas Vacation. IAN. Starting off 1978 with new ASB Officers. We also had new Honor Society Members. Seniors voted on Blue announcements, gray and red caps and gowns. A new pop machine was installed in the lunch room. FEB. Miss Indian America visited Top-Hi. District Wrestling Tourna- ment. Choir jazz on the 22. WATCH IT-Ray Perez looks on, while jeff Pettingill makes the winning point. WINTER CALENDAR TER FUN '78' I yr I T.H.S. ENTERPRISE-Should we say more. team., - ' WHITE CHRISTMAS-A time to relax and feel good. ,Affi- 'I6 .Lu GIRLS' BASKETBALL I TO ACTION X ,ff if . W Q,- . A ' Qsfijvlf '1 ' t,.. of . f' Q ' 'L if 77i:1?S". mfr-' ' I . ' gi., 7 !q,,Wj1i1J A " - ii5,itZzL:.+.f5 WE CAN DO IT-Doris Morrison and Janine Babich listen to what the coach says during time out. an la.. GIVE IT HERE-Karie Ring let's Prosser know who's in charge of the ball. 'I7 gl. in WL Fig? f -vs' A GOOD FORM-Betsy show's them how it's done while Enedelia and lanine look on. THROW IT TO ME-Betsy Ide sets herself to drive in against Prosser defense. GIRLS BASKETBALL GIRLS GO TO DISTRICT 1,. , ,. . ' 1 liz' Fil .. . CLEAR THE WAY-Kim Henle makes two on a clear drive against Prosser. LEFT TO RIGHT-Veronica Martinez, Monica Cabrera, Enendelia Lon- goria, Betsy Ide, Lori Winterfield, Karie Ring, Tammy Cowapoo, Deb- bie lim, COACH-Gerald Tollefson. NOT PICTURED Doris Morrison lanine Babich, Kim Henle. The Girls Basketball team had a tough season, 4 wins and 8 loses. Through out the whole year there were members ill or with a injured ankle, but the team still came through with close games. The girls also went to district. Coach Tollefson says that next year it will be a good season with 5 varsity members returning to play. GIRLS BASKETBALL 18 1 I CAN DO IT-Ianine Babich show's her opponents that this is the Wildcats game. TOPPENISH OPPONENT 19 EAST VALLEY 38 12 OTHELLO 51 31 WEST VALLEY 27 41 SELAH 52 41 GRANDVIEW 39 28 SUNNYSIDE 55 26 PROSSER 49 31 HANFORD 65 29 OTHELLO 54 41 GRANDVIEW 23 23 SUNNYSIDE 66 45 PROSSER 29 34 HANFORD 45 GET OUT OF MY WAY-Enedelia Longoria let's Grandview know whose in charge of the ball. S I MISS WILLARDSQ FIRST 4... N TELLINC THE PLANS-Coach Willard gives I.V. The type of defense they are to use during time out against Grand- view. AN EASY ONE-Elizabeth Barrett shows Hanford how easy it is to make two. COACH-Diane Willard, Karen HOPING FOR TWO-Michelle Strom shoots while she's in the clear. YEAR A SUCCESS l 1 l 'f 4, . 'E ' ' 1, cl Xj:. , THAT'S MY BALL-Sharon Durkhoop jumps high to rebound our ball, while Elizabeth looks on. Larson, Karen Halvorson, Sue Curfman, Eliza- beth Barrett, Michelle Strom, Connie Aleck, KNEELINC.-Aurelia Shuster, Dora Aguirre, Sharon Durnkoop, Sandra Whitefoot, Brenda Hubert Top-Hi OPPONENTS 40 EAST VALLEY 35 20 OTHELLO 18 16 WAPATO 29 13 WEST VALLEY 37 23 SELAH 11 20 GRANDVIEW 16 23 SUNNYSIDE 24 22 PROSSER 17 20 HANFORD 31 17 GRANDVLEW 13 18 SUNNYSIDE 35 ,Ng 19 HANFORD 33 19 nn Z Oi WILDCATS RECEIVE AWARDS 4-C ' vu ' --, 'r- X: ,-"g , .,'vk'.- gfffii ,..-1 '.,'g-'FY ' , . I 4-111 i f I 1 1- . : 1 hmhl ' 4 X, 1 63 sg . . , ' 1 , V 1 srl. . L!-...zsj THE WILDCATS RECEIVE AWARDS. Steve Huylar, Outstanding j.V. player, jeff Franklin, varsity co-captain, Kurt Myron, varsity co-captain, inspirational, Don Sandberg, varsity Co-Captain jeff Speer, sophomore outstanding player. Vzldcqjq 44 W' 1.1 1 40 to 24 134 Q Front L to R: Perry Perrault, jon Nishi, Rudy Pruneda, Rocky Winters, Bryan Southards, Curt Chandler, Chris Gehlen, Back L to R: Coach Kirk Stiltner, Kurt Myron, Randy Beckman, Kurt Benz, Don Sandberg, jeff Franklin, managers joe jacobs and Glen Hagerman. 21 BASKETBALL PROMISING PLAYERS ON THE WAY 1 4 Back L to R: Mr. Affholter, john Babich, Steve Huylar, Doug jensen, jim Thomas, Ramon Farias, Kevin Bouchey, jacki Bell. Front L to R: Lance Ziegler, Andy Affholter, Phillip Gonzales, Mike Rishor, Stan johnson. Top-Hi Opponent 49 Zillah 44 42 Wapato 50 33 Hanford 50 79 G'view 53 50 S'side 67 85 Carroll 62 46 Naches 38 66 Prosser 52 58 Othello 51 61 Eastmont 58 54 W. Valley 57 60 E'burH 81 83 E. Va ey 50 62 Wapato 60 47 Selah 53 65 G'view 60 63 -Hanford 45 56 Othello 51 61 Prosser 60 Slsi d e gf, ,,. :iw ., L is S 'P 7. My f A TYPICAL WILDCAT. Steve Huy- GET THAT BALL! Robert Fischer rebounds. lar makes two- 22 SOPHOMORES DEBUT A SUCCESS V"Q1' Top-Hi Opponent 63 Zillah ' 34 Wapato 'QA sa White Swan RV 46 Hanford .I 62 White Swan 53 Sunnyside N 62 Prosser 100 Othello " 52 Eastmont 47 West Valley s 2 42 Ellensburg - 41 Wapato 41 Selah 38 Davis 35 Hanford 39 Prosser 39 Othello 39 Sunnyside TEAM WORK! Randy Wilson and Art Reyes help the l.V. Cats along. Standing L to R: Mr. Strom, Al Estimo, Tracy Brower, Art Reyes, Tim Sears, juan Blanco, Andy Gam- boa, Randy Wilson, Paul Gonzales, Kneeling L to R: Fred Aguirre, Mario Martinez, lamie Riojas, Chuck Carl, lay jacobs, Richie Forgey, Nate Ziegler, Hugh Hosman. 23 CONCENTRATION Al Estimo adds two WRESTLING 4 BACK ROW-COACH Bruce johnson, Fabian Castilleja, Ralph Villanueva, David Tobias, Rommel Strom, Eddie Sifuentes, jeff Sevigny, Alfonso Reyes, joe Hiner, George Zepeda, joe Gadley, Bryan Patrick Frances Tulee, COACH-Ruben Rios. SECOND ROW-Adam Escobar, Fernando Rodriquez, Rolando Flores, Clavio Benavides, FRONT ROW-jose jimenez, jim Cerna, Roger Guzman, Nick Vela, Eddie Gonzales. Toppenish Opponent 20 38 GOLDENDALE ELLENSBERG 16 42 WAPATO 29 42 MEDICAL LAKE 18 36 EAST VALLEY 37 22 SELAH 41 19 KAMIAKIN 6 64 EISENHOWER 11 46 EAST VALLEY 21 30 WEST VALLEY 31 33 DAVIS 31 33 EASTMONT 25 36 OTHELLO 23 29 GRANDVIEW 29 30 SUNNYSIDE 8 34 PROSSER 29 26 HANFORD 62 9 WRESTLING GIVE UP- Fabian Castilleja, tells Ralph Villanueva to say his last prayers. SUPER STARS 4? HOLD IT THERE SUCKER-joe Hiner trys to hold on to his opponent. This years season was one of Learning, Chang- ing, Improving and Effort. The Wildcat Wres- tlers improved everytime they stepped out on the mat. The Team was strong at some weight classes and relatively inexperienced in other weight classes. The season was a successful one if you considered the long range goals of our wrestling program. Toppenish has the possibil- ity of becoming a strong wrestling team in the Mid-Valley "AA" league. This year the Team was led by Eddie Sifuentes, jeff Sevigny, jim Cerna, Ralph Villanueva, and joe Hiner. jim, Ralph and joe are Seniors who contributed alot of valuable experience to our team, and their efforts and spirits will be missed, along with the rest of the Senior Wrestlers. Ef- forts this year will be magnified many times over in the following season to come. . ,.-A -I 4.-., ,. A ' J. Q ,war -it hi TWO OPPCNENTS FACE VICTORY-but at the end Eddie Sifuentes wins again. I CAN DO IT-Ieff Sevigny struggles to pull him over. 25 WRESTLING IT WAS WORTH IT 9' ON THE PROW'R0ger Guzman Shows TURN HIM OVER-joe Gadley knows he has control. he knows the way to vrctory. ny... WINNERS LEFT TO.RIGHTA-COACH Rueben Rios, Eddie WHATS NEXT-Adam Escobar ,wks Slfuentes, jeff Sevlgny, jrm Cerna, Ralph Vrllanueva, . COACH-Bruce johnson' for advice from Teammates. OUGH-lim Cerna trys to over power. HOLD IT RIGHT THERE-Clavio BeneVideS thinks for the next maneuver. WRESTLING 26 5 ICI GLU tie?" :ai 4 f- M CRASH AND BURN: lack Schnellbach catches his breath after a wicked crash. SHOWING OFF HER STYLE: Miss Anderson does her impression of the flying nun! -If .5 TIME TO MELLOW OUT: Mike McFarland takes a rest after a grueling run. The Ski Club started the year off with a brand new instructor, Miss Anderson and a brand new name "The Mogal Mashers". Before their first ski trip the group held a hot wax and chili party. The Mashers made eight trips to White Pass, on one of these they held a ski marathon. It was an exciting year with lots of good skiing! Members are: Mark Nielson, jeff Parks, jenny Ramos, Dennis Reeves, Steve Saluskin, Darren Thomas, Eric Williams, Sandra Bjur, l.D. Bower, Noel Duncan, Scott Kramer, Mike Ide, Sandy Morrow, Tammie Oliver, Duane Reeves, Mark Rentschler, Harold Sealock, Chuck Cummings, joey Frank, Linda Halvorson, Sonya johnson, Ron Bjur, Bruce Riney, Mike McFarland, Terri Merck, Steve Helms, Mark Carnahan, IoAnn Allen, Sue Tobia, Debra Suggs, lack Schnellbach. SKI CLUB THE ROCK WAS SWEET FRONT ROW: Noel Duncan, Dan Wilson, LD. Newman, .y Ramos, Robyn Thorington, Linda Polley, Sue Collins, Bon nie jones, SECOND ROW: Mark Neilsen, Fabian Castillej., l'om Lozano, Darren Thomas, Janice Froemke, Mike Ide, Tracy Mateicka, Sandra Strong, Arthur De jesus, Shawn Brower, Lori Steinmetz. BACK ROW: jeff Park, Alfonso Reyes, Carole Om lin, Kurt Benz, and Dea Close. This year the winter drama class put on the play "Big Rock At Candies Mountain". The show was a great success and was enjoyed by every one that went. I DlDN'T DO IT- l.D. Bower tries to get out of a tricky situation. DRAMA in' . WOULD YOU PLEASE- Carole asks Linda and Sue to help serve refreshments at the concert. 28 , . D ., 1-. Ulf X1- ,v x R MVN' 5"1!f Ty , 4' X 'EAW' - v ' 'ir .54 L.. XV- fn I-4 'ha 1 ' wily! Jql' s- 'J df L-Myne 5."jf'1.., .- -O4 Q 3,,..m .- .gpfl - ' ra QQ!! J"9. ..i-V+ -.. ' , .K-n?. xv. SPRING FEVER MARCH, Top-Hi basket ball team completed one of the most successful seasons ever, ending up in the state tournament. Immediately following was turn- out for spring sports. Cathy Tollefson was crowned lr. Miss to reign over 78. Demolay held their yearly sweetheart ball at the Mt. Adams ymnasium. APRIL, During spring vacation the Spanisi club took a lon awaited trip to Mexico. Soon after auditions for tEe Maximum Blues were held. Later in the month the Lettermans club sponsored a rib-tickling donkey basketball game. Seniors Don Sandburg and Renee Hiet were crowned King' and Queen of T sastt the lr. Sr. Prom, which featured t e vocal group Faze. kr., Q... PN , , sf MAY, Starting off the month of May was the Air Force band. Then the cheerleading tryouts were held to de- termine next years Rally Squad. After many hours of practice the Drama club performed a play "Paint the town Pink". Then the very successful and talented Maxi- mum Blues went to Gresham Oregon for annual compe- tition. Girls and Boys district tennis went well as Bill Cor- dero and Andy Affholter placed first, and Doris Morrison placed second. The golfers were proud as they shanked through to 2nd place in state, with a district champion- ship. And after raising enough money, Bank members took a very enjoyable trip to Canada. Ending the school year was Baccalaureate and Graduation Commencement which was held in the A.l. Strom gymnasium. SPRING CALENDAR 30 .g . A -Q., K. BOYS TENNIS, LEAGUE CHAMPS .JF Front Row L to R: Bryan Patrick, Andy Affholter, Mitch Trujillo, Bill Treneer, Phillip Gonzales, Tom Lozano, Bill Cordero, Merlin Vickerman, Back Row L to R: Coach Affholter, Steve Cordero, joe Stoops, Lane Azure, Ramon Farias, jack Schnellbach, Paul Gonzales, Mike McFarland The Boy's tennis team captured the League Championship. Play- ing first doubles for the Wildcats were Bill Cordero and Andy Affholter. Hard working and practice earned them first place at district. Playing first singles was Bill Treneer, a freshman. Bill should be a strong contender next year. Tom and Ramon played second doubles and joe and Phillip played third doubles. The undefeated Wildcats met undefeated Selah where the Wildcats came out on top 3-2. The Girl's tennis team had 6 wins, 4 losses. Doris, the only girl going to State, went undefeated in League competition. Enedelia Longoria played both singles and doubles. Ruth Fischer played doubles with Cathy Tollefson. Tammie Oliver and Shirley johnson played third doubles for the Wildcats and will be strong next year. Miss Haba feels the team has gained a lot of experience. Front Row L to R: Suzette Gibbons, Mary Ann Sevigny, Terry Hagan, Shirley johnson, Tammie Oliver, Sonya johnson, Betsy Ide, Back Row L to R: Doris Mor- rison, Renee Hiet, Ruth Fischer, Enedelia Longoria, Carrie Martinen, Sharon Walker, Coach Haba. 31 OPPONENT WE THEY Hanford Ellensburg Grandwiew Eastmont W. Valley Sunnyside Othello Wapato Selah Prosser OPPONENT Hanford Ellensburg Grandwiew Eastmont W. Valley Sunnyside Othello Wapato Selah Prosser 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 THEY 4 4 0 1 3 2 0 4 2 1 TENNIS BILL 84 ANDY CAPTURE DOUBLES TITLE - nfs I 1 "" 4,......... X J Q 920 at sf 603 I I 00 ' Iris ,A .L Q 6 4 I A 'gf 3, .1 W W-'MH PLAYING GREAT AS DOUBLES: Bill REACHING HIGH' AS Enedelia RUNNING FAST :Sharon and Andy become District Champs. aces her opponent returns a serve. BACKING UP Ramon covers Tom as he Iobs the ball. ,W I 1 ' wise-f DOWN THE LINE: Doris hits a winner TENNIS 32 -......,,. 'LN ' . t . DORIS GOES TO STATE My-1" ll' J,tw.7-.4-944: J- TOO HARD TO HANDLE: Bill hits a hard return. V. f - L g - 1 x, CONGRATULATIONS: Is said to Bill and Andy as they win the District title. 5:3 if ' .si .. 'F' 5 I CAN GET IT: Renee PUTTING EVERYTHING reagheg high as She INTO IT: Merlin working makes 3 good volley' hard. GOOD TEAM WORK: Tammie and Shirley work great together. SI., ff' A yy W wmyw ,kj CONCENTRA- maxi TION: 'fl Tharfs what it :Q H ' , takes for Carrie " ' A L to play well. it . - w -'.. N4. X K . K A Q V I iv -'F 2 l A I r"'2Mf"""9"" -QE, gf we ::+ A 7 all M 1: :ff PLAYING HARD: Mitch f . runs or every ball ON THE RUN: Betsy becomes very aggressive during a match. DOING A FINE IOB: Phillip and Ioe play hard for 33 their wins. :..,..e,,. ,L way Q. -. TENNIS ill . RON FORC-EY GOES TCD STATE BACK ROW-john Babich, Darrell Campbell, Alan Butler, Tim Sears, David LeClair, lim Thomas, Brian Vogel. Will Scarlett, Darrell Doublerunner, KNEELING-Alan Regimbal, Chuck Brandt, Lorenzo Rod- riquez, Ron Forgey, lim Cerna, Art Reyes, Rudy Pruneda, Wendall Bruns, Alfonso Reyes. LEADER OF THE PACK-Art Reyes leads in the relay at Toppenish lnvitional. TRACK This year wasn't the best for the Wildcats, but one Senior Wildcat Ron Forgey, did place 1st in the 440, 2nd in Long jump at District, earning a spot at State, placing 6th in 440. The team was inexperienced but was very enthusiastic and showed good effort. Some track members such as john Babich, Darrell Campbell and others gained good experience for the coming year. I'M DETERMINED-Alan Butler show's his style THEY'RE CDFF A D RUNNING 1.2, - . o., fl f" .-.gl Q -' .Q -:M ee- . A , A .- "Jag, Q' WHAT FORM-Brian Vogel show's his ex- perience with the Javelin. - 3- dyg Y, W stumps-n. . UP UP AND AWAY-Ron Forgey flies long and far to take first. gf I rl -.. Q- mms 1 iv- n fi- -'XD I CAN DO IT-Steve Olivarez show's his opponent whose ahead. EASY ONE-john Babich goes over in the pole vault. 35 TRACK TRACK O THE G0 . IK - gl. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT-Coach Miss Corbett, Chris Christenson, Sharon Lommers, Kathy Beckman, Brenda Speer, Karen Halvorson. Vicky Wright, KNEELING-Karie Ring, Karen Scarlett, Sandra Whitefoot, Vicky jones, Michelle Barnes GET SET-Karie Ring places herself into position l i TRACK I'M OVER-Karen Scarlett jumps over hurdle winning for her team. to take off. 's EASY GOES IT-Kathy Beckman goes over very easily to place second. The Girls team was inexperienced. There were five returning from the year before. Miss Corbett as third-year coach is looking forward to next year. 36 TOP-HI PUTTERS PLACE ZND IN STATE Q9 l Bottom Row: Perry Perrault, Kevin Bouchey, Fabian Castilleja, Steve Top-Hi 306 Top-Hi 331 Top-Hi 331 'A ' 3 Top-Hi 331 Top-Hi 161 Top-Hi 324 Top-Hi 324 Top-Hi 308 Top-Hi 318 Top-Hi 318 Top-Hi 310 Top-Hi 305 Top-Hi 306 Reid, Top Row: Al Estimo, Don Sandberg, William Tripplett, Mr. Bator 'Hb Don shows the style that sent him to state for the third time. Ellensburg 375 Othello 333 Sunnyside 375 Selah 334 Carroll 177 Eastmont 303 West Valley 317 Selah 321 VVapato 361 Selah 327 Grandview 376 Hanford 324 East Valley 354 District Champs 311 2nd in State 637 rgr'1g Perry practices the skills which along with his academic achievements won him the Chic Evans Scholarship. The Golf team had another successful season. They placed second in league but went on to take first at the District Tournaments. From district the four top players advanced to the State Tournament where they placed second in team competition. 37 GOLF BASEBALL TEAM HAS FRONT ROW: Managers Beth Morrison, Sylvia Olivas, Michele Strom, Dora Aguirre, Gloria Garcia. SECOND ROW: Mark Salinas, jay jacobs, Ben Gallegos, Bryan Southards, jon Nishi, Rock Winters, Dave Gettman, Kevin Franklin. THIRD ROW: Ron Bjur, Fred Aguirre, jack Meyers, Curt Chandler, jeff Franklin, Randy Beckman, Steve Huylar, joe jacobs, jeff Speer, and Coach Mr. Strom. The 1978 Baseball season opened with a non-league Ai 9-3 win over Central Kitsap. First year coach Leon V' A H --- '-5' Strom and his crew ended up the regular season with a 7 wins and 10 losses record and 11-12 overall. With three games remaining in league play, Toppenish and two other teams were tied for the last district spot. A close loss at Othello and a doubleheader loss to Prosser prevented Toppenish from district play. I . Central Kitsap 9- 3 Kamiakin 3- 3 Selah 5-15 Carroll lDHj 11- 2, 14- 4 Lake Roosevelt 1- 2 Zillah 3- 1 Sunnyside 2- 5 Hanford KDHJ 0- 2, 3- 4 Grandview 9- 2 Othello KDHJ 0-13, 7- 2 Prosser 6- 7 Sunnyside CDHJ 5- 3, 3- 4 Milton Freewater lDHj 1- 5, 9- 3 Hanford 3- 1 Grandview QDHJ 8- 3, 5- 2 Othello 0- 2 Prosser lDHj 2- 6, 1-17 NICE THROWING - Curt is congratulated after striking out another hitter. BASEBALL 38 A .2-if-:z1.:, v l-'ff I 59: -bca. , ,.., -.,. -..fur-vu -1 nuuv-nu-A-vs'-we --v -H lT'S UPS AND DGWNS srl HERE IT COMES! lon Nishi lets loose with a fastball. .. 1, fx h F! 5 . In 6 5 .. ' Aw -'feet K: We ' .W L Q ,J ,V . I : xv' ,,I, 2" , tu. 5 'ru 4 'ik 1. , . A f ? rr, it HM f "-2--4' f 1- Dihlffw . ' r 1 1 ' GOTCHAI leff Franklin chases a runner back to third base. 39 1a,s'-i,fg,qgg,sp1-i:fmt4:i iff- I it I' JUST IN TIME- Curt Chandler forces another out at first base. I DARE YAI Dave Gettman gets a nice leadoff as a Mount Si pitcher quakes. BASEBALL Q ' . 'RAPHS Yfrwiw-53 9 W , , , '.2Pf,. L1-92-t - K 1"-f ' w 1 1-, Wiz' f2x'i!:'iss- 'T 2F53'f5,WV'fz Wxil 1 TA - ' ' If ,L , K . K - . .A . M?g'I??4i5".4,, 'W'-122-,'i' 22 f V - L ' , Y '- 2 I 'E'-LII.-' J- '1 ' -5 "55f:"'ifi ,f I 1 . , - ' M ,E ,f .Q-J. Qpqvw- . L ' ' M 'Qfffa f - 'f .Y2kffi4.:"fT4,,,fmw :ff . . ' " 'TW? -,a3'?ijI"L?.IsQiEEf..'3'54'i.,Q "1 ,:i'f1 . .. w ' W1 , f ' ' " V ' L' "L' ' ' 5 'll 'K . twsgggi- gggggl,-1-,j!. ., .. .. ,wg , ,Q . W gzgxisfi ,,,. -NL ,ek gs , lirfiiq M: ,. ,ff 5, A ' ui' ,.1, 'P yi Ulm yn' R. E ERY DAWN A E it A? 5 in KING AND QUEEN- Don Sandberg and Renee HW dance 'ho 'GYM dance- AND THE BAND PLAYED ON- Prom music ROYALTY- L. to R., Senior Prince and Princess, jeff Bowman and Lori Bangs, junior Prince and Prinfq-55 Ramiro Vijarro and Sonja johnson, King and Queen Don Sand- IAMMING- Betty Haldeman and berg and Renee Heit. X Az- in "ff mar og' ' if PROM L ,M , A iz 'QQ , i 42 NEW BEGINNING fa .Z X or the prom was provided by pale, IN A TRANCE- Sonja johnson and Ramiro Vijarro seen in- tent on the music at the jr.-Sr. Prom. :hm Gehlen dance up a Storm at the dance. MOOLIGHT DANCING- Couples dance on during the night of the prom. ! i 43 PROM IT'S SHOCKING PINK! First Row: Mark Neilson, Mrs. Sargeant, Lori McFarland, Mike lde, Sharon Walker, Brenda Buckingham, Phillip Clark, lenni Ramos, Pam Quigley, Sylvia Olivas, and Alana Castilleja. Second Row: Richard Navejar, Laurie Winterfeld, Ieanie Shea, Vicki Holwagner, Mary Ann Fleming, Scott Kramer, Darren Roth, joe Morrison, lim Cerna, Dan Wilson, Robin Thorington, Darren Thomas and Shawn Brower. "" I Ms., 'I I BUT MR. CLARKE I DIDN'T TYPE THOSE PAPERS! ' Sharon argues with Phillip about some papers during WHICH ONE sHouLD I PICK? Darren Thomas de- the PPY Hpaim the Town Pink"- cides between Brenda and Sharon during his big Sfene. SPRING DRAMA 44 SCHOOL LIFE K J 1 I V ASB OFFICERS OLD A D EW ASB, 77-78, Fabian Castilleja, jon Nishi, Ron Forgey, ASB, 78-79, Rocky Winters, Karin Scarlett, joyce Allsop, Lucy Lott, Carrie Ring. Kevin Bouchey, Betty Haldeman. EW IDEAS WITH BOARD OF CONTROL Boc - ATT. - Karin Scarlett, ASB Sec. Betty Haldeman, ASB Treas. Rocky Winters ASB V-Pres. ' S 'T T joyce Allsop, ASB Act. Mgr. Stephen Reid, 5th Per. Tony Gutierrez, Service Club, Perry Perrault Sr. V-Pres. Tina Flores, Pep Club. Lisa Regimbal, Span- ish Club, jackie Bell, Sr. Sec Carrie Martinen, Litter Comm. Allan Butler, Service Club, jeff Bowman Annual, Mark Nielson, Auto Club. Dan Wilson, SLO. Traci Chandler, Soph. Act. Mgr. jim Cerna, Aztlan Ralph Villanueva, Aztlan, Andrea Bush, Sr. Act. Mgr. Ruth Fisher, H.S. Pres. jon Nishi, X-ASB V-Pres. Bryan Southards, 5th Per. jeff Meyers, Sr. Pres. Caryn Tollefson Sr. Treas. Mary Anne Fleming, 5th per. Alana Castilleja, Cheer- leader, Sally Rebellosa, Cheerleader, Marty Leon, jr. Treas. Lynn Schuster, Indian Club. john johnson, Spanish Club. Cathy Tollefson jr. Sec. janine Babich, jr. Act. Mgr. Missy McGinnis 5th Per. Ron Forgey X-ASB Pres. Robert Fisher, Soph. V-Pres. Lucy Lott, X-ASB Sec. Betsy ide, 5th per. Ramon Faris, Choir. Deea Close, Cheerleader. Michelle Barnes, Cheerleader, Melody Macomber, FHA, Kathy Beckman 5th per. Gloria Garcia, Cheerleader, Sylvia Olivas, 5th per. Sheila Knight, Cheerleader, Sharon Walker, Cheer- leader, Brenda Buckingham, Cheerleader, joanne Huylar, 5th per. LISTEN UP-Mr. Myron gives Board of Control some new ideas. A.S.B. 46 MARIORETTES - A PART OF EVERYTHI G The 77-78 Majorettes- Left to Right- Ieanne Olney, Lisa Pruneda, Mary Ann Fleming, Caryn Tollefson, Ierri Smith, Trudy Pinkham YQ-X up.- Q i.41.,.,Ul.' AlN'T THIS HOW YA DO IT? Caryn Twirls during the parade. Qu TA DAN Mary Ann poses durin half time at the home- .. g coming football game. 47 f . ,A JT lil V HIGH STEPPERI Lisa Pruneda does her thing in the parade. MAIORETTES Y.f--- '-4-N KAPTAI KOCL SOUNDING GREAT: Stage band plays for their people in the winter concert. ii' YQ ,fre 'X s,l,g n .,,.-?g'x.x?x1',f12'ZG6 'ld 32254 5727, 1 tiiff HIGH STEPPERS: Top-Hi Band marches for the town W2 fs of Toppenish. "6 Y This year the band did an outstanding job in supporting T.H.S. p They took their trusty horns and went f' out into the cold nights to play at the 'T' fx football games. During Homecoming a super half-time show was performed. On December 19, the band put on a winter concert free to the public. When the outstanding basketball team went to the Districts 81 Regionals the band was there supporting the team with peppy music. On band day the members went a- round town door to door collecting donations for the band fund. The Band marched in various parades demonstrating their spirit. One of which was the May 22 in Victoria B.C. Money was raised for this trip by selling fruit cakes and sponsoring a hypnotist show staring Bengsten. As you can see the band was sup- ported 8t represented T.H.S. throughout the year and will for the years to come. BAND esta Q Qs ARE YOU READY? Pep band get ready to play for the students at the pep-assem- bly. 48 A D THE KONGS .4 1 4 'f X -N 'J W 1 X , ' J' '-i l? Q Qld "' . 5 :ff ei?5""i ' .f7-'A t.. 30, . . , -N' PRETTY FACE: Shawn Brower shows her spirit during a basketball game. T f .ff-.r-. rf was f I. 1.3 A O D First row: Cyndi F., Sylvia O., Sharon D., Second row: Shawn B., lerri S., Marty L., Rosie S., lanice F., Sylvia S., Third row: Sam I., Brian V., Linda S., Lisa P., Wendy F., Caryn T., Ken L., Fourth row: Don W., Wayne E., jeff S., Tim S., William W., Richard G., j.D. N., Mary F., Kim F. Not pictured, Dean P., Lori D., Tina F. 49 BAND ANNUAL NNUAL SPIRIT I WI WATCHFUL EYE. Merlin makes sure he doesn't miss an important L the football HE LIKES THE MONEY! Mr. Affholter collects before the dance Winter Nights. SURPRISE! Sylvia is caught working on her pages. DEADLINE WORK! Beth is an innocent bystander while Tammie finishes and Debbie is checking. IS EVERY HERE W Q 1 ,J 4, ,pu 4 W If ,Yf Qi t it '44 " 5 I fa X ' I 1' QF -2 AP SI 0 Q-M! 40 Dwmzvww Top-Bottom Mitchell Trujello, Merlin Vickerman, Enna Long- oria, jeff Bowman, Beth Morrison, Cynthia Brestar, Sylvia Stone, Vickie Wright, Karen Stuart, Diane Langan, Debbie lean Brown, Tammie Oliver, Debbie Chandler, Sandra Strong, lill O'Neil, Sue Collins, Lucy Lott. Standing Mary Lou Garza, Lori Armstrong. s , ,k., ,V 1 ..f, , ,... S.: if R A A-, FQQIZ? X105 AH-GOING FOR A RIDE? Tammie maybe the jockey but Ieff's the runaway horse. 51 WHAT'S THE CROWD? juniors are waiting anxiously for Debbie to find their '77 yearbook. 51 il B-pl DISASTER! The class enjoys their extra time at the park. HORSEMEAT! That's Prosser, but Benny is the Wildcat who got the date from the Game GET DOWN! Couples boogie during Winter Nights. Annual began the year by distributing the '77 fall issue of TOHISCAN. To began the new yearbook the class took a day to sell advertisements to raise money. Another project was selling booster buttons. Each individual has their assignments throughout the year from being responsible for constructing pages of the book to helping out with extra activities. As a class, Annual sponsored an informal dance 'Winter Nights' for the student body. A pep assembly was also pre- sented during football season. The class requires alot of extra work out of class time but when the job is finished the students find a few days of rest and entertainment. ADVISOR- Mr. Affholter EDITOR- jeff Bowman ASST. EDITOR- Debbie Chandler PHOTOGRAPHERS- Beth Morrison and Merlin Vickerman ANNUAL FUTURE MECHANlCS??? .. 4, .., ma... M45-W ,,, .. ,, L, , 'Nr Front L to R- Pat Leon, Ray Mesa, Iessy Lowell, Mike McFarland, L to R Roy Barrett, Roger Guzman, Mark Rentchler, jeff Park, Noel Duncan, Tracy Mateicka, Dennis Hobbs, Mario Martinez, Sam Perez, Mike Gourdy, Tim Sweeza, Mike Rishor, Mark Nielson, Mr. Shea. Back L to R- Randy Gomez, Danny Perez, Mike Dixon, Mark Quick, Chuck Brandt, Randy Mears, Greg Willy, 1. D. Bower. FUTURE MECHANICS- Gary Lunyou and Mike Dixon work on this Dodge Van, The Auto Club is a new club to Top-Hi. It consists of 25 members with Tracy Mateicka as President, Dennis Hobbs as Vice President, Mike Rishor as Secretary, Mark Nielson as Treasurer, and lim Shea as Advisor. The purpose of this club is to develop more student interest in mechanical know how. Al- though the progress of this class has been slow, student involvement is expected to be better next year. ,yu ' I ,-1 Wi N.l,i 5- F. If 5 -D lk X x 4- - 4""'X- gl " .vt I 6lll.l'f. llfl - i f T633 Adi' ' ' A . f't"lix':f . 'fl '. K1 it , 1 . 'e-ia .. , ,w"-- f' .- -' X34 ll I I ,I 411f l".l 3 tx 3 "ix pq tx Us xi. llfl, mb' -1 -, A Y, -, f on . ,f .. Y ' TALON CLUB GOING STRONG 32 4 '0- fu WILLIAM WEBBER, JOHN COLLINS, TONY GUTIERREZ, MR. LOTT, ALLAN BUTLER, IEFF MEYERS WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN , , jeff Meyers seIIs Tom Stoops A ham raffle ticket, M... , W .1 3 J Allen Butler takes pride in parking cars for the talon Club. 53 TALON CLUB TO P P E NIS H This year Top-Hi had two Rally Squads. The first consisted of three seniors: Sylvia Olivas, Sheila Knight, and Sharon Walker. They were joined by three jun- iors-Alana Castilleja, Beth Morrison, and Sally Rebellosa. The girls cheered for these four events, Football, Girls Bas- ketball, Wrestling, and Track. The girls had a rough time at the beginning of the year but they easily pulled through. qv-rf? l.ss Jtti , JSR , if Ogg? SPIRIT LEADERS! Top-Hi's second squad, consisting of two seniors, Brenda Buckingham and Brenda Speer, and four juniors: Michelle Barnes, Deea Close, Gloria Garcia, and Vickie Wright, cheered for Boys Basket- ball, Volleyball, Cross Country, and Baseball. The girls all performed skits and routines at pep assemblies and did a great job as Rally of 77f78! . 5,12 CHEERLEADERS TOWARD N W HORIZONS FHA had some very interesting proj- ects this year. Some of which included a Christmas Basket for needy Families, the annual March of Dimes WaIk-a- Thon in April, and in March they had a Regional Recognition Day where all schools came together to share ideas. They're Social Activities included working concession at basketball games and they served at the FFA banquet. The officers of FHA are ... Melody Ma- comber-Pres. Clara Rodriquez-V. Pres. And Arturo Delesus-Sec. Treas. The Historian Was Vicki jones. All in All it was a good year for FHA. 'win is-lf 6 in 1 T' I 4 I T 4 E 4 ! 9 et 4 'Jw 2.3 A is A J? ' K . 'la It agp-' FHA Members, L to R. Top To Bottom, Eloise Ortiz, Cynthia Sisson, Betty Saur, leannie Shea, Miss Keeth, Melody Macomber, Vicki jones, Janice Froemke, Cindy Froemke, Clara Rodriquez, Elizabeth Resendez. THIS MEETING IS NOW IN SES SIONI Melody calls the FHA meeting to Order. F.H.A. 2" 51. -,-:fi GOSH THIS IS FUN! Miss Keeth and Clara are cleaning up after the FFA Banquet. 56 BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE 7 h THE BEST OF FRIENDS! Raggedy Ann and joyce Allsop the talent co ' ' . mpetition This year's lr. Miss Pageant was exciting. It combined intense com- petition and close friendship. The judges had a tough decision. Eight girls vied for the Crown. They were Alana Castilleja, Deea Close, Laurie Winterfeld, Kris Henry, Alternate Kim Henle, 2nd Princess Renee Roth, 'Ist Princess loyce Allsop and the reigning 1978-79 lr. Miss Cathy Tollefson. WINNING STYLE! Cathy Tollefson shows us WHICH ONE WILL IT BE? All 8 contestants anxiously await the form that Won- 1R.Miss TOP OF THE CLASS :nrt gp., lug: 'ff-- -Q: BOTTOM ROW-Mr. Cook, Renee Heit, Lisa Regimbal, Andrea Bush, Sylvia Estrada, lackie Bell, Caryn Tollefson, Carrie Martinen, Sharon Lommers, Lori McFarland, MIDDLE ROW: Lucy Lott, Alan Regimbal, Kevin Bouchey, Fabian Castilleja,1on Nishi, Pat Sullivan, jeff Meyers, TOP ROW: Janice Froemke, Janine Babich, Ron Forgey, Ralph Villanueva, Perry Perrualt,Will Scarlett, Alan Butler, Mike Wishkoski, Rocky Winters, Karie Ring. I SOLEMNLY SWEAR-Says Honor Society members as they are sworn in. .gf CELEBRATING-Kurt gets some punch at an Honor Society Ban- quet. HONOR SOCIETY 58 W-1 1-mg,-1-va r ' 1" V Y f r, , 'fr ily, f X qs? ' 7 '31 'N Qian and . Front Rowg Clara Rodriguez, Darren Roth. Middle Rowg Miss Willard, Elizabeth Rezendez, Melody Macomber, Cathy Fischer, Karen Scott. Back Rowg joe Hiner, Rosie Whitaker, jeanie Shea, David Schelert. """""-4 :l ' " 'S " FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA KEEPING BUSY! The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization of stu- dents interested in the business world. The members were very active with bake sales and selling tee shirts. They made enough money to go to a concert in Seattle. F.B.L.A. Officers - President Darren Roth. Secretary Karen Scott Sargent of Arms David Schelert. 59 F.B.L.A. FFA STRIVING FOR A BETTER COMMUNITY 1,-,M , . pb T 5. A I wif'-' p ' 'fn l if 'F , ' w2,ATlo,,' O . -A 1, . ,Q-5 F ' .K ' Tv A lu' A 0 -L '9'5iIL19 ' X HARD AT WORK-Doug lensen tries his skills at the belt grind- er. F.F.A. l K ffiufjr Front-Carla Knight, Elaine Wentz, Linda Polley, Rosanne Zutter, Peggy Abrams, Lisa Heem- sah, Penny Kinter, Colleen McGovern. Middle-Rick Uscola, Richard Langan, Nate Zeig- ler, Harold Sealock, lim Thomas, Dennis Lewis, Terry Merck, David Schelert, Tim Smith, Curtis Roth, Larry Larson, Steve Bangs, jim Patnode, Top-Terry Bopp, Tom Gamble, Kev- in Bouchey, Butch McMillin, Bill Wentz, Randy Wilson, Brad Hansen, Randy Marshal, Doug Iensen, john Babich, Gary Wentz, Curtis Rice, Mark Babich, Lance Ziegler, Greg Patnode. Treasurer-Harold Sealock, Reporter-Linda Polley, Sentenal-Brad Hansen, Ad- visor-lohn Babich, President-Richard Uscola, Secretary-Dave Schelert, Vice Presi- dent-Tim Smith. 60 P VAMOS A MEXICCJZ SAYS SPANISH CLUB XB' in Kneeling: L to R, jackie Bell, Sally Rebellosa, and Mrs. Bev Williams. 1st row: Gloria Sauceda, Maria Ozuna, Lisa Regimbal, Nora Pardo, Ruth Fisher, john johnson, Connie Gardea, Karie Ring, Yoli Gam- boa, Karen Tollefson, Bill Cordero, Veronica Martines, Sylvia Estrada, Ralph Villanueva, and Alana Castilleja. NC. A SURE WAY TO MEXICO: Ralph thinks as he makes tacos. The Spanish Club's objective this year was to go to Mexi- co. They sponsored taco feeds, rumage sales, and dances for the school. About 12-14 students were able to go to Mexico. HELPING OUT: Advisor Bev Williams shows Connie how much to serve at the taco feed. 61 SPANISH CLUB WILDCATS HAVE GREAT SEASON! Ron Forgey- President, Fabian Castilleja- Vice President, Karie Ring- Secretary Treasurer, jon Nishi- Sargent of arms. TWO POINTS! lanine Babich makes two points for the juniors during the donkey bas- ketball game. WILDCAT CLUB Xxx FX Xxx . ' -, xsw..-..,..., . .. l , 1 , 9 ,-v- ff COME ON SWEETHEART! Andy Affholter tries to sweet talk his donkey into moving. it-T-3 L to R- Rocky Winters, Brenda Spear, Alan Butler, Will Scarlett, Pat Sullivan, Enedelia Longoria, Andy Affholter, Tom Lozano, lon Nishi, jeff Sevigny, Steve Reid, jeff Frank- lin, Randy Beckman, Lori Bangs, Pam Quigley, Kurt Myron, Ron Forgey, Mike Myers, Kevin Bouchey, Ramon Farias, Ioe Stoops, Steve Huylar, David Cettman, Alan Reg- imbal. Kneeling- Kim Henle, Bonnie jones, Perry Perrault, Sylvia Olivas, Ruth Fischer, Karie Ring. 62 1 X G.A.A. l ITIATES SOPHOMCRES! -rv ,., A Q, A my :V , Ae.. 'l'+- fit L to R- Advisor Miss Haba, C. Brestar, D. Chandler, T. Oliver, R. Roth, M. Barnes, K. Henry, K. Larson, K. Halvorson, L. Winterfeld, L. Lott, B. Haldeman, S. Curfman, I. Babich, L. Regimbal, C. Tollefson, R. Fischer, L. Lott, K. Ring, S. Lommers, D. Morrison, A. Bush, S. Walker, P. Quigley, L. Bangs, 1. O'Neil, S. Brower, S. Olivas, T. Flores, C. Omlin, C. Martin, M. Cabrera, L. McFarland, E. Longoria, M. Strom, 1. Bruton, S. johnson, A. Castilleja, B. Hubert, S. Dur- koop, L. Halvorson, S. Strong, S. lohnson, K. Beckman, K. Scarlett, S. Atherton, C. Aleck, S. Green, K. Christianson 1. Myers, E. Lommers, L. Sullivan, L. Curtis, l. Farquaharson, I. Smith, D. Suggs, S. Tobia, E. Barrett, I. Allen, P. Lacell. - " 1 F ' 'ss I ON YOUR MARKS! Eight Sophomores get ready to start the worm race during G.A.A. initiation. WHAT NEXT! during the pep assembly new G.A.A. members wait to see what they have to do next. 63 C-.A.A TOP-Hl A GELS il yt Cf' s- K - f Exo WHAT YA GOT: janine looks on as Renee, Tammie and Sandra en- joys a meal at the Football Ban- quet. The Guardian Angels has supported various athletes, by preparing them cookies, cakes, candy, etc. These girls and boys spent time making posters and writ- ing notes to their lucky ath- letes. February 3, the Guardian Angels Club put on a pep as- sembly to entertain the stu- dent body. The assembly was a big success. After each season the Guard- ian Angels sponsor a pot luck dinner. At this dinner the ath- lete meets his or her angel. The club advisors, Mr. Aff- holter and Mrs. Anderson su- pervised in various activities. GUARDIAN ANGELS If 4 . G .4-f": 75 G ,X 1 , X .F,.,f-"T A .. - L, WOW! Lucy, Connie, and Betsy sing their way into everyones heart at the Guardian Angel Pep- Assembly. 5 L 1' V zk k Y r q B F M x C j, Xi F4 6.5. A , -, we ef A ... ILL mmf A-. .1 FRONT ROW: Karen Scarlett, Kathy Beckman, Carrie Martinen, Karen Halvorson, Betsy Ide, Lucy Lott, joAnn Huylar, Lynette Curtis, Kathy Butler, juli Meyers. 2 ROW: Tina Flores, Deea Close, Vicki Wright, Wendy Foster. 3 ROW: jeff Bowman, jill O'Neil, Karie Ring, Gloria Garcia, Ruth Fisher, Sharon Lommers, Michelle Barnes, janice Fromeke. 4 ROW: Mary Garcia, jerri Smith, joyce Allsop, Renne Roth, Connie Alcorn, Linda Sullivan, Karen Larsen, Brenda Speer. 5 ROW: Hugh Hosman, Perry Perrault, David Gettman, Mitch Trujillo, jon Nishi, Debbie Chandler, Sandra Strom, Tammie Oliver, Sonya john- son, Tony Gutirrez. 6 ROW: Andy Affholter, Randy Beckman, jeff Speer, Ramon Farias, Tim Sears, john Babich, Rich Forgey, Glenn Hagerman. 64 EL CLUB ATZLA 1st, Row L-R Ralph Villanueva, Dora Aguirre, Lupe Martin, Sylvia Estrada, Priscilla Hernandez, Lisa johnson, lose Jimenez, Monica Cabrera, Enedelia Longoria, George Zepeda, Edra Schnied- er, Connie Gardea, Sally Rebellosa, Marty Leon, Nora Pardo, Znd. Row L-R lohn johnson, Robin Harris, Yoli Gamboa, Alana Castilleja, Rachel Ramirez, Clara Rodriguez, Lupe Gonzales, Frances Herrera, Diana Ozuna, Tony Guiterrez, Connie Ramirez, Brenda Speer, Mrs. Trevino. 3rd Row L-R Nadine Maldonado, Diana Cortez, Balvina Rodriguez, Mary Lou Garza, Veronica Martinez, Lorenza Rodriguez, Flora luarez, Maria Ozuna, juan Blanco, john Collins, Mrs. Bev Williams 'xr- AZTLAN DANCERS: Standing L-R Rudy Prun- eda, Monica Cabrera, Clavio Benavidez, Diana Ozuna, Enedelia Longoria, lose limenez, Kneeling L-R Gloria Garza, Phillip Acob, Adam Escobar, Mary Lou Garza. 'lt DALE EL PAPEL: Says Lupe Martin to fellow student Leticia Correa as they play part as 2nd grade students in the play "Little Mex- iran Boy." 65 ATZLAN BEHI D THE CATERWAUL SCENE Kd J Front L to R: Mrs. Williams, Lisa Regimbal, Sandra Strong, Sylvia Estrada, David Schelert, Rachel Ramirez, Dianne Barnett, Carrie Martinen, Back L to R: Karen Halvorson, Monica Cabrera, Mary Lou Garza, Enedelia Longoria, Robyn Harris, Belvina Rodriguez, joe Hiner, jeff Bowman, Brenda Speer, john johnson. WHAT'S THE SCOOP? The journalism class working on their stories. CATERWAUL 66 ,f ! , ' 1 is Q AX '51, TA A 7' The journalism class was kept on their toes all year long by reporting the latest news happenings on the Top-Hi campus. They were led by their fearless leader Mrs. Williams, who, with the cooperation of the class, managed to put out fourteen Caterwauls. The editors changed every quar- ter, they were: jackie Bell Clstj, john johnson l2ndJ, Sandra Strong and Karen Halvorson teamed up the 3rd quarter and Nora Pardo and Mike Wiskowski were 4th quarter editors. In order to finance the Cater- wauls, the journalism class depend- ed on the sale of ads to local mer- chants who were very supporative. Also programs were sold by the staff at the various athletic events. PEP CLUB: NO. 1 SUPPCDRTERS 95 JK 'YQ VN -'iv P 31 m.AL..... FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruth Fischer, Tina Flores, Advisor - Miss Haba, Sharon Lommers, jill O'Neil, Caryn Tollefson, Lori McFarland, and Jeanne Babich. WW E -x ug tai 3 TICKETS PLEASE? lill O'Neil and Karie Ring get themselves ready to take tickets during a basketball game. 67 PEP CLUB K.l.C. MR. STRGM LEADS K.l.C. TO A BETTER YEAR L to R- Advisor Leon Strom, Antoinette Wahpat, Bernice Owens, Winna Switzler, Glenn Pinkham, Danny Colwash, Ben Gallgos, Francis Tulee, Leonard Tulee. Front Martha Henry, Soyna Burkybile. ,. '6 . , . L to R- Al Estimo, Darryl Doublerunner, Rommel Strom, Kevin Howtopat, Richard Bill Kyle Corpuz, Elmer Schuster, Tina Pratt, Sitting L-R- Paula Wahsise, jamie Stagner Penny jim, Connie Aleck, Leanita Elwell, Sidney Corpuz. ' 1 S gf' I 5' l This year the K.I.C. was very active. At the beginning of the year Mr. Leon Strom took over as the new advisor. Taking immediate ac- tion they picked Lynn Schuster as President, Rommel Strom as Vice- President, Aurelia Shuster as Secretary 84 Treasurer, Annie Wahsise as a reporter, Glenn Pinkham as Sargent of Arms, Bernice Owens as Historian, Debra lim as N.A.Y.C. johnson-Omally Representative, and Al Estimo as Activity Manager. Then the club set as their goal to get a reader board for the High School. To raise money for it they have had popcorn sales all year long. They also have had fried bread sales, and have sold concessions at Girls Basketball games and Wrestling matches. But it hasn't been all work and no play. They had a Christmas party, participated in Co-Ed High School Volleyball and Basketball tourna- ments, and took a trip to Bellingham. At the end of the year an Awards banquet was held honoring the 3rd year members. n l 10 68 I THS RODEO TEAM... HEADING FOR HOME- jill O'Neil turns the last barrel at the Ellensburg High School rodeo. omas Charlie Gurnier Doug lensen Butch McMillin, Lance Ziegler, Brian Broder- ill O neil and jack: Bell GOTCH-YA- Will Jensen puts a perfect loop on his calf at the Othello High School rodeo. RODEO CONCERT CHOIR ls' A T Nw, V i Front Row: Michelle Rebellosa, Debbie Hiner, jeni Doolin, Bernice Owens, Linda Sullivan, Charolett Tilley, Second Row: Nadine Malonado, Lupe Gonzales, Salli Gonzales, Daniel Flores, Ramon Farias, Tammie Oliver, Cara jones, Aurelia Shuster, Third Row: Bevina Rodriguez, Gloria Sauceda, Diane Sanchez, Fabian Castilleja, Mike Dixon, Vanessa jones, Vickie jones. GEE, AREN'T THEY GREAT! Guest performer Bill Williams seems to enjoy what the Con- cert Choir is doing. 70 BCOGIE' WITH THE BLUES Front Row: Ramiro Vijarro, Alfonso Reyes, Sonya johnson, Catherine Webber, Kirsten Christianson, Liz Barrett, Maria Ozuna, Karen Scott, Carrie Martinen, Carol Omlin, jackie Bell, Second Row: janice Froemke, Robin Dunn, Chris Hanson, Mike Myers, Betsy lde, Doris Morrison, Kim Henle, Mike Wishkoski, Rock Win- ters, Fabian Castilleja, Mike Rishor, joe jacobs, Alan Regimbal, Steve Huylar, Sue Curfman, Renee Roth, Bonnie jones. n-4""' THE HUNCHBACK OF TOPP-HI! Dr. Mike is assisted by THE SUPREMES? No! Doris, Kim and Bonnie sing- his friends Alfonso and Fabian talias Egore.j ing one of the songs that won them second place in the Pacific Northwest Competition. This has been an exciting year for the Concert Choir and Maximum Blues. Both groups performed publicly. The Maximum Blues traveled to Shelton on a four day tour. There they won second place in the Green River jazz Festival and the following day went to a recording studio to make a tape. The record is to be sold next fall. The group also plans to travel to Greshem, Oregon in the latter part of May to compete in the Northwest Vocal jazz Competition. 71 MAXIMUM BLUES EW ADDITIONS ADDED TO TOP-HI FRONT ROW-Tana Geiss, jenny Ramos, jackie Bell, Ruth Fischer, Bonnie jones, Connie Alcorn, Mary Garcia, lerri Smith, KNEELING-Lucy Lott, Mary Ann Fleming, leanna Wingerter, Lisa Lott, Linda Halvorson, ADVISORS-Mrs. Winters and Mrs. Gutierrez. The Drill and Flag team performed at halftime during football and basketball season. They per- formed to hit songs such as to Boogie Nights Rocky, E Sir Duke and many others. The teams both spent many hard working hours in practicing and per- forming for out if-'I Basketball Team. 1 f l 'bm-. RAISE THEM HIGH-Lucy Lott show's them her style during half- time against Hanford. LEFT TO RIGHT-Eloisa Ortiz, Clara Rodriquez, Syl- BOOGIE TIME-Clara Rodriquez performs at half- time at a regional Basketball Tournament. via Estrada, Melody McComber. ADVISOR- Miss Keeth. NOT PICTURED-Lupe Martin, Balvina Rod- riquez, Elizabeth Resendez. DRILL AND FLAG TEAM 72 FAC LTY 5' x UFIL ' SAT: CARD'. I I I I ' I ,,. gf , E ,1'21". Qki J'-'-535 M, 'a 'YY BACKBONE OF THE TOPPENISH i i 31145 . HOW'S THIS? Mr. Dalrymple takes a minute to give us a smile. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS L to R5 Mr. Gettman, Mrs. Halvorson, M Archer, and Mr. Wigal. ADMINISTRATION AHH! THIS IS THE LIFE! Mr. Hosman takes a few minutes to ' relax from his hectic job to pose for the photographer. 74 SCHOOL DISTRICT ll li 475202 I ON THE ALERT! Mr. Polley gives us time to show us a nice calm smile off his work. WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK! Mr. Boekholder really gets into his work. -71-ti' at fr-' xv' '-A ADMINISTRATION SECRETAR- IESQ L-R Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Gutierrez, Mrs. Potter, and Mrs. jackson. 75 ADMINISTRATION THE PEOPLE BEHI D THE SCENE 1,5551 EXE' xsia L to R: Dora Getsinger, Mary Derry, Dona Brown, Dorothy Gardner, Mary Lee Hauf, loyce Sample, and Geneva Ingram work hard each day to feed us. Cook Supervisor- Marcia Raymond L to R: Keeping it clean at T.H.S. are Manuel Checks the 5UPPlY list- Martinez, Charles Massett, and Tom Cerna. L to R: Maide Hettick, lohn Mason, Ellis johnson, Mary Marshall, Ted Ross, Richard Egeland, Charles Veals, Riley Kormil, Pete Schmidt, and Earl Brost - they never fail to get us here! 1 fwfr am-sum: g L, ,ni 2-3 ii M L- All t xu ' diy' r. on Ar: f " 'I .' 'a I ' 1' 535' ,ai s V W el A V COOKS 84 IANITORS 76 THE ONE'S WHO KEEP US GOING .53 D9 MR. CLIFF MYRONQ Our principal was finally found in his of- MR. PHIL MIROSHQ Happy to see the Vice principal fice alone and looking busy. back. Since january students are getting back in line. ' 1 a. MRS. CHERYL STEINMENTZ and MRS. LINDA BRUTON take on a heavy load in the office doing their work and helping others. 77 FACULTY COUNSELORS HELPING IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS MR. COOK: Keeping student credits up to date and very occupied in helping students. MRS. RICHARDSQ Busy counselling students on to college FACULTY and keeping student records. X. F: 1 5 - MR. STROM: First year counselor, assistant football coach, sophomore basketball and coach for baseball. 78 - MRS ANDERSON and MRS DOWNS Keep busy by keeping up wlth overdue books TEACHER S GIVE STUDENTS ENCOURAGEMENT -.-ff '5 P rf 55 x 5 .. , . ' i :E V 1 n vt A . 'I J, L . P X a ,W -,- I., 0 ' h 4- ,Q H.,-1 ' L :,: , ' 0 . ' lf, . A, 4' . ,f A -'Z - i. 0' Q ai:-. . ' .0 .j '- os ., J. S ' V. M S. Fug -"f"'Sz' E ' I 4' nv tx "Iva 5' E Q ip " HUM, WHAT'S NEXT - fv1R.AFFHOLTER'S dc riding what to do next. FACULTY 1. l x X . fb E N D , 'YY XX THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF Q B ' W Q Q, C g g . Q, 4 M --W. Q 5 ll . ll il. A A Mft! 15 A A xl 1 'M E 7 ' - ffl .fa Q A-AlQ,-. s Mx - , A E . DD i zg. E R hA" b 5 Q is Z MRS. MARY SARGENTg Reading a play book for the prepa MR. KIRK STILTNERQ Taking on the big chore ration of her Drama Class, she hasa variety of English classes of teaching U.S. History, when he would much rather be coaching a team of basketball players. MR. GERALD TOLLEFSONg From lr. High to Sr. High doing his thing in English and coaching girls basketball. l MRS. CERT MUEHEQ Watch out here comes the vocabulary in English may be her psychology class will get it. ENGLISH TO CHEMISTRY 1 MR. BILL CAMPBELLg Taking the Biology Class of Sophomores with full confidence. I, -sg., L,.""'E,i ' 2 , W2 ,NAl, Hj if 'I X452 sin ml- MR. TOM SHELLENBERGERQ What an uneasy look! Must be preparing for biology I and II. Along with mounds of work as Athletic Coordi- nator. 81 Q' 4 Q 'Q I A Q22 Q . ' 1 Sill Viv 51 ii' -W , af MR. BLAKE LOTTg Giving a full day in Chemis- try, Physics, General Business, and EnerfSp Dy- nam. MR. IOE WEIBLERQ Getting his students up to date in Modern Algebra, and Career Math. llxhfl E 4 .EGG . alll" I I ' , . KEEPI G YOU N SHAPE 4 i - MR. RIOS: P.E., Geography, General MISS HABA! Girls P.E. teacher preparing a list of activities. Math and Biology. Leaves the mat after a tough victory. W :ing . ,wi 1331 MR. VANDERBRINK: Showing problems for his MR. WINTERS: Geography 84 Boys P.E., shows his pretty students in trigonometry, and consumers math white teeth during a pep-assembly. classes. FACULTY 82 WORKI G TOGETHER IS HELPI G US .fl We-Org MR. BRUCE JOHNSONQ Chuctkles over a distraction in Con- temporary World Problems. MR. IOHN BATORg Looking a little startled hefore beginning his day in History, Tcoriornifs .intl Sociology. 83 ,fif Q? . SJ T E -sg - lf MR. TOM IONESQ Catching the photographer just in time during one of his French Classes. X -.- J MRS. BEV WILl.IAMSg Getting ready for .1 new day and preparing her desk for her spanish and english classes. FACULTY TEACHERS WITH CRAETED QUALITIES MR. BABICH: What a profile! Keeping things running smoothly in Ag and Farm Shop. gr-I :MM 25 YEARS i RICHARD mac: murnn MISS ANDERSON: First year here doing what she likes in Crafts and art. And her specialty, Ski Instructor. MR. SHEA: Look like his job agrees with him in MR. MERQER: Checks the lathe machine before shav- Auto Mechanics. FACU LTY ing off a fine piece of furniture. 84 IN GUIDING STUDENTS INTO THE FUTURE "' A 'aa i g. X9 MISS KEETH: Teaching students how to care for themselves in subjects such as Single Living, and Child Development. Qi'- ,W-hw '- Q. MISS WILLARD Nlcvv this year, but doing fine in the busi- ness Classes. asm ,s 4 I eekly schedules for his FACULTY HAVI G PATIENCE IS THEIR BUSINESS! MISS CORBETT: Shows oft her cute little puppy dog and is 1 very good at her job with pre vocational students. MR. IANNETTA: Takes relaxing walk before ' his next nerve racking drive with students. I. MR. BURR: Concentrates on perfection in his music! MR. KILGORE: A little interrupted during the morning bulletin! 86 in RICH-KAROLYN HONORED RGYALTY 3- SOPHOMORES Todd Ambercrombie Andy Affholter Fred Aguirrie Connie Aleck fl JoAnne Allen Lori Armstrong Sue Atherton Lane Azure john Babieh Liz Barrett Kathy Beckman Lorie Biss 88 CLASS GF 8O'S LEADERS: FOR 77-78 .:.. 3,- ,... I juan Blanco Tanya Bremer Byron Broderson Tracy Brower X 'Q 'T' I ft il 2. 11' David Brown lf! 5 YI ri ll' Q 1 I I 4 .A l Sonia Burkybile Kathy Butler Darrel Campbell Chuck Carl " ' F Mark Crnahan Traci Chandler Dottie Chavez Kirsten Christianson 89 CLASS OFFICERS lose Jimenez Robert Fischer Irene Malano Karolyn Sealock Traci Chandler SOPHOMORES FIRST YE R F LL OF NEW SURPRISES we if -' l 1 'ws N-f 1' 5 4 .. ? Ax ,. ? A ,S Q f lohn Collins X s l. l H1 I .,,,,, N Brenda Conry Lynette Curtis Artro DGl9SUS N if A X Si K S affe OU CFUHHGF O In UNH 63 D ll D bl R b' D L nita Elwell Alfredo Estimo layne Farqujarson Kim Ferguson ,W fi 5, 0 ,435-J ' -5 SOPHOMORES SSL A W, F t .R ,Li Jeni Doolin lim Fine CLASS OF "80"! Robert Fischer shows PEEK-A-BOO! George Zepeda has a hard his spirit during homecoming game at time finding his way at pep assembly. halftime. F y I AA' TRADITIONAL SOPHOMORE INITIATION GGNTINUES .y , . W NF Robert Fischer T T DIG THAT sum Tracy Brower and :H ' r ' y ' jeff Speer exchange compliments A ' ' during initiation. Riley Frank Andy Gamboa Mary Garcia Lori Garrison Martin Goben Paul Gonzales Sallie Gonzales 91 Richie Forgey Wgfdf' Cyndi Froemke Gloria Garza 853 .Y-.-4' Mike Gordy SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES HAVE LOTS OF SPIRIT I' ,f 1 It Sherri Green Qe'r I rere.e 1 fa I Q' if A S E 'S V I ...I me Steve Helms loanne Huylar lose limenez SOPHOMORES ,,, s CHOW-DOWN! Tim Sears shows his ability to eat at a pep-assembly, lay jacob Sam larmillo S. johnson Vanessa jones 92 C. Gunnier Roger Guzman Henry Martha Hugh Hosman WHAT'S THE NEXT MOVE? Ierri Smith waits for the next move. WHERE'D IT GO! Ray Mesa seems to have lost the ping-pong ball during P.E. HCSMA GETS FACELIFT Gary Kerby '4' Ken Lenhardt "Q Mike McClintock 'lr"Y Terri Merck 5 1 b, f 1 iii - 63 Q . ,J-I 4 Penny Lacell Pat Leon Mike McFarland Elaine Lommers X fsslfl Mario Martinez Andy Matiecka 93 'N David LeClair Rosalva Leos Eff 49 y,...-.-I I S. McAlexander lessie Lowe W. Ati ' ...,i,,,,. L A I 4 I Casey Merrill Ray Mesa SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE'S CCNTRIBUTE TC WINNIN SEASO SOPHOMORES ,iw , W "is, - 'ii af' v tx N Zi M ,Q-Q vp iq w 4 , ' jo, Six Q... F - Q ., V25 K. L M gb . X.. r QF KF , -04' N X 'S We im? X ' 194 julie Meyers Tom Olney . I W 1 K H 1:1-few .ee- e z we Leroy I. Oziah Rhonda Miller Diane Ozuna David Perez Ray Perez 5' ,. Inf- .1- " 42.5 jj.. 4 gi:,Jr,fg: , , .i., 1 f fa 4 42515 J 1 322 sk ig sf' Q E4 ft? I W .z f" Q5 egg F jeff Pettingill 94 35? so Qi 1 ko, Irene Malano Roby Miles X If f f Bonita Phifer Dean Pope SOPHCJMORES GET IT TOGETHER L f Nx v. jill Pratt Tina Pratt Lisa Pruneda Tony Rebellosa l -fl- f"' f - 'l ft! 1 , Authur Reyes Dan Reyes 4 jamie Riojas Fernando Rodriquez Lorenzo Rodriquez Daryl Roth Lecho Salazar Mark Salinas WHAT'S SO FUNNY? Sue Tobia seems to have caught a joke during P.E. 95 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES GET fi" ni Rosie Sauceda Karin Scarlett Allen Schelert Danny Schlenker lack Schnellbach ,aw :E aff? ii' 5 aw .. , fr in Q f v. JM, U 'www jennifer Schoonhoven if ,IF I A N I GOT IT! NO, YOU GOT! Andy Affholter and Robert Fischer go for the ball to score a Karolyn Sealock point for the Wildcats. Tim Sears Aurelia Shuster Eddy Sifuentes Bob Sisson lerri Smith SOPHOMORES 96 . EIN 4 'AH jeff Speer lim Torrez Yolanda Tobias Ralph Villegas INTO THE ACTION O7 Tim Sweeza Sylvia Stone Michelle Strom ANYONE FOR SCRAMBLED EGGS? That's what Kim Ferguson and George Zepeda might end up with as they pass the egg. CHRISTMAS WRAPPING, ANYONE? Sue Atherton, Daryl Roth, and john Collins try their hand at wrapping gifts. 97 F1 Linda Sullivan 1 fp! . .I Charolett Tilley Ronica Van Nostern Anne Wahise SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES TAKE IT IN STRIDE William Webber Elaine Wentz Matthew Winterfield Connie Wright SOPHOMORE Gary Wentz Greg Willey ,-r .. QM '-',.sv1i... Randy Wilson TP.: I'LL SECOND THE MOTION! TraCi Chandler and lose Iimenez show real interest at a meeting while Karolyn Sealock looks like she has everything under Control. 1 George Zepeda Nate Ziegler Rosanne Zutter UP ONE! DOWN TWO! Tracy Brower does his push- ups during a pep-assembly. 98 JU ICR fr 'I . Pri. L',4'..:' 7 , C' A bf- '-9 .P f a I I ' f ' '."'Xg1 ' 1' If fe- ,-- ." 1' .ffhg-4,.:i'b "ld If 2 Q ,036-.!,dJ . we it 5 rt.:-I 'ii - 55X Cf! Q..!.ff1,i 3.4: Jfftj 5 -I, ' 'W -A "f 4, f W7 ,- swf X IN I RODVCTION nv' vp '.m,.r-nu nqnnnrvv.91mxh'i ruin x' 'v5"040f"""' ' W uf, . 1.-N, .nw .4 by .. . q-4 'umm -naw lu li f. V... ,,. , ... l.---f-. ,..:.1:.1nf1--p..-np. pf -1 . 1 .VM -.,f.f,n nm nwunnnll -.ne -.1 mf -much .4 in ws ' Lv'l11Y3yrv'Il'm1'IK1 ,WL ..,..1' ,M-1. gnrvddhr .-...As 14" . sl fix: X v -s :,. we x V ,, J ., ..,, h ,J G s . X X N N x X Ex A. Dianne Barnett fv ' 1 ' 2 Ron Bjur B X A ..,.. , - 1 05' N 3- ' if N A 4 4 W X VX .M Aa 'fx x 'S 'N fi 5 wn H v ' Q f. if Q TX ,, 5, j,- XY Mg 4 A -, T Y? .,,. V ,X ' iq -- 'Q , Mar ,Bremer 1 X xx, Sw X r 4 X .,.. 100 V 'Us aC!"- -.47 Cynthia Brestar fi loan Brutdn ' 1'vt31'- -of t -, it . r ,ll it , t ."z.y""',. --it-I '. . .N L gg C 4 A..x'...nu- -.-.Q-.Af-'ma ...-24 1 - J, ,,..,, ,M , s AA , A Y 74 -fs r If -1- -v-P .Q-:Q-.5.,,,. ., . .-... A., - ,..N,.-. . . -i,. :,J,,,g5g.. f 'Q - , ' f-"M-"A"' ,qw , I 2. r -'.'s+.4 if Betty Haldeman in addition to her jobs as jr. Class Vice-President and 78-79 ASB. Treasurer, adds a tiny bit of sanity to our class. Betty is also a GAA. officer and a member of Honor Society and Wildcat Club. Cathy Tollefson our sexy Ir. Class Seeretary is also a G.A.A. officer and is active in Tennis and Volleyball. Kevin Bouehey, our token male offieer is jr. Class Pres- ident and ASB. President. He is also involved in Honor Society and is successful in sports such as Football, Basketball, and Golf. lanine Babieh is unquestionably one of the most active members of the lr. Class, which might explain why she is our activity manager, She is involved in sports and innumerable other activities. Marty Leon besides being lr, Class Treasurer, keeps herself busy by adding entertainment at games and pep assemblies as a member of the Top-Hi Band and a majorette. 1 -J , gi .H . 1 K - s IAA .gum Fabian Caftilleja H! rf' -,.1f if 1-'Y gmt L.: l..J i ,. NV X f ,H 1...- nx ig x- I .-A mx . f . 'Iv Q an 1 X9 I il- ,W xx ' 1 1 A:'-- 1: '1 ' N' " . I I L .,::: ,pbxk A A ? if E 12511 V we i , f - ., ., W 'dx -. 4' N Wayne' Earl Y-' "'- H -x as f : S Q .5 x-K vc-N., IUNIORS ALMOST ANYTHING fl, TOR 102 GOES! Wendy Foster 4' ' we fl , 115 MOMENTS f REMEMBER ALMOST ANYTHING GOES! The Candid shots to the left was class competition. The first event was to push a peanut with one's nose, followed by riding a tricycle blind- folded. The final contest was to wrap a per- son with toilet paper, then carry them to the finish line. It was a victory for the class of '79. MOMENTS TO REMEMBER. During half- time Tammie Oliver and Debbie Chandler added the finishing touch to the junior Float, "ROLL 'EM Wll-DCATS." Prince Bryan Southards and Princess Con- nie Alcorn represented their Class during the pep assembly and following activities. ln, " ! Olloniales 2 .ky 'X A Wm x X . , 1 , A . 1 ' am 1 ' " I- au- 3' ' I Tony Gutierbz s T i sl IUNIORS Wx ,Q CQ if A 4 6-1' Q gg, , kk ki?3f:f ' , -. ' 1- 'L .1 iv Q xx E m M K .uv . qmfffl x U ' f' '- E ,,,.,, ,. '!""x f WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE GAME? For Ramon it's watching the girls walk by! IUNIORS 'I04 I . K I W . DV ' 1 ' Wt' G U-A A All l - U .E X iffy ' Q ',1 , f ' ' , 1 F . - A ji ,f'ODf Q'Q"?P E M- NX . rj' t A -if E A '- X .. i. I HEAVY? Tami and Dan fight for a lr. victory T""'W qv J 'ww' A 'fwqg If A 39' K, ' s. , ' 5 , " " I ' . W 'N I3 W ' ,W . 1 Q N - 1 Q ih h I hx Chris Hoon Brvmha Iiuhvrl Q 1 ' K Sta-vv Huvl lr 4 v-1' -nd I Vain-riv lctrvrsorm HEH HHI I iEH! What do W0 have hvrv? It's Bryan Soulhards, ...f:?l xX ?'L::xS im 4: urn 1f,,,. f i P -' ' Nf" 54 Bvtsy ldv D .fy 'W 4 i, X Doug lonsvn 1 . f' .1 . 1 , v " . , .,.- .,- ' Q . -X - hm . ' ' . 5 lu ,. If N 105 x t QX I in ,4 . 'w 'H .,,h.., , ::,g X K yi f-:il ' 5, 'Q ' A i' l if X 1' ..-3' , ,7 Stan lohnson V Qdrfi jonii? is Stove Kmhn "P" 5' if 5' lr ff ig P 2 it 'L 21 . if Q :xx A Marty Leon .gh ' 1,.' t ,VK K f . if' , 5 i 'gjafixk V SQ , , ' f" ' ,QL Dennis Lewi X Lucy Lotta, WWIVR vim if ,ia It Q . - lohn'Mf:Uouga'lIi j it In .I r ti it ?. ,V J, L ii! 0 . BIG MOUTHS AND STRONG LUNCSI During homo- Coming '77 thc juniors help cheer on thc Crowd! Both Morrison, Sally Rebollosa, and Alana Castilloja cheered throughout thc football season also for girls baskotball .md wrestling. 106 4' r S 3 M' L ,n 1 'Y 1 Bulfh c'MiIIin N.1m'iM.1rqu07 R.mdy'Mi1rshBlI lack M0 -r In - v . 4, fu lh' 1U 1 ff ' 1 '2- , A rrrr r r ,,, , fs Beth Morrison .-ff" 1. ,sf ,2p.Lrlu4.L:l!l'l Af Q 'Q i ,f , 'vii' r . J , ,JW ii 'fa J' ': INK. SNHII WOW! R1'r1z'vRutI1 pvriorrmmg .ll .1 half- II11! lm.1xk4'lh,nll LQJIIHE s. it l HAPPY HOUR! Dvhbic' gms drinks r0.1dy.1t.1 dm WHO. ,r , ,rrr , ID, Nc-wmxm 1 0 7 IUNIORS Je Q i 4 3 -1 in fi!!-'I TTIT T flu SUPERSTARS PREEER OLDER WOMEN, BUT ON THE COURT CONCENTRATION IS WHAT COUNTS! Bryan Southards and Rocky Winters were the only two 'unior regulars on the Varsity bas- lcetball team. Bryan was nicknamed "Rug Rat" because he was all over the floor, all the time. Rocky earned the nickname "Super Shooter Il" or "Polaroid" because of his shooting abilities. Both are great hustlers with super attitudes and should hook up to form the nucleus of more great sport seasons next year. ,K 1 - V . .. . . Ozuna K - .-. is A t 'E tt t , "Cari 1-' wi ,M T an .. S SR. I i T' I A Mark Quick Tim Razey ni' FOLLOW DIRECTIONS: Sonya guides Bryan' 1 ,Hg iakk . mx L up L' lu-1... A MEAN PUNCH! Beth shows extra spirit X - .f -. QQ.. er ,ft x . J gf, .V f T RIMA? M K, tx I A 'EI L Civ l qv iff ' v f, .Alan Regijnkqak if! if Qs ' E- GIRL TALK! Kim whispers the exciting news to Missy. 4 vf 1 H A 45 109 C 'I -- zrfl- lffbl ' 4 If nf 1 .. '4 . 1 f' Q37 '94 jerry Schlenker ' "NWFP If IUNIORS Bryan Soqthards '1 if 5, Q if .f.f,1:-:.e:v :Ja Xi S., Wh HOOKED? leff finds more than one fish in the sea. s. mfl,, ,L O, U I 0 , 5 0 Ov? 2 Y. Sf X xxsiffy, lf, Y 1 fl S .. X. ,ii f X , ,E --- ., , 3 CLEAN UP YOUR ACT! lim and Ramon during a pep assembly. ' xf-.5 We AX , gm ', " . .. Vicki s ff x x IUNIORS 110 , l T ..l Mltchfzll rujl Francis TU! X. ws 2,55 t arlin ' crman W.q t W .l"It-"- Ramiro Vijarrq 'f tB6iir?"i!iogcI v 13 - -+ "' t 'Q INIURED! Betty docters Dan. M Ri' at t N Y . Ar 1 I v 1 1 DAYDREAMER! Rorky, Betty, and loyfv work Iogvthvr whilt- Kvvin seems to bc vnjoying his own thoughts. 9 VM 0677 gag, Cath ' e . K, fln Q 'FZ' HE's GOT STYLE! Ramiro shows his style on HPS FOR REAL! Fabian Sings for drama but the dance floor, also professionally with his own band which includes his buddy Ramiro. i a W l I N 5 l l Xi i ll- le R . 4 , , p Wl 5,s i l g l l 'iss VY ,,,. Asii .,., L K s Q ,M Ky ' Lance Ziegler 5 Nt.. 9 1 PEOPLE NOT PICTURED: Connie Alcorn, Tina Campos, Gloria Sauceda, joe Barrientos, Lupe Capetillo, Daniel Colwash, Robert Corey, juan Felan Ben Gallegas, Tom Gamble, Richard Garcia, Eric Lewis, Chris Mateicka -A Richard Navejar, Raul Ojeda, Steve Ramirez, Steve Reid, Tom Stoops, Paul Taffolla, David Tobias, Sam White, Darren Winnier. s....,,,,,-.uhm MAAAA! lanine proves we're just hill- billies at heart. IUNIORS 112 SEN IORS E . I 3 if 5 N 1 fl. fi 4 ' 1 4 w 9 vi 5 SENIORS Phillip Acob' - Track 10, Band 10, 11, News Reporter 10, Caterwaul 10, Spanish Club 12 Kim Althoff - Transfered, Zillah, WA, 1974, Track 10, Wrestling, 10 Lori Bangs' - Band 10, Pep Band 10, Activity Committy 11, 12, Office asst. 11, Ski Club 10, Letterman's Club 11, 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 11, College Con Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10 Loren Barrientos - Transferred, Yakima, Wa., 1975 Randy Beckman - Baseball 10, 11, 12, Football 10, Bas- ketball 11, 12, Letterman's Club 12, Guardian Angels 12 jackie Bell - Transferred, Zillah, Wa, 1971, Volleyball 10, 11,12, Tennis 10, 11, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Basket- ball Manager 11, 12, Caterwaul 11, 12, News Report- er-Sports Reporter-Editor 11, 12 Maximum Blues 11, 12, Choir Sec. 11, 12, Board of Control 12, Drill Team 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Society Officer 12, Ski Club 10, Spanish Club 10, 12, GAA10,11,12, Pep Club 12, Rodeo Club 12, Class Officer 12, Guard- ian Angel 10, jr. Miss Princess. Kurt Benz - Transferred, Spokane, WA. 1972, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Football 10,11, 12, Drama 11, ,12, Drama Student Director 12, Letterman's Club 11 George Besel, Transferred Everett, WA, 1975 Sandra Bjur' Drill Team 10, Ski Club 10, 12, GAA1O, 12 james Bower - Transferred Winslow, Arz, 1969 Ski Club 12 Auto Mechanic Club jeff Bowman' - Dance Chairman 12, Sr. Prom service 10, Boys State 11, Caterwaul News Reporter 12, Board of Control 11, 12, Talon Club 10, Ski Club 10, An- nual Member 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12 Annual Editor 12 Chuck Brandt' - Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Basketball 12, Choir 10, 11, Maximum Blue 11, Ski Club 10, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Annual mem- ber 10 Shawn Brower - Transferred, Zillah, Wa., 1972, Band Majorette 11, 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Ensemble 12, Drama 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12 Debbie Brown' - Librarian Asst. 11, Office Asst. 12, Caterwaul 12, Spanish Club 10, Annual Member 11, 12, Guardian Angel 10. Brenda Buckingham' - Tennis 10, 11, 12, Drama 12, Maximum Blues 11, Board of Control 12, Ski Club 10, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12. Andrea Bush' - Board of Control 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Ski Club 10, G.A.A.10, 11, 12, Officer 12, Class Officer 12, Guardian Angel 10. Allan Butler' - Baseball 11, Track 12, Baseball Mang. 10, 12, Wrestling Mang. 11, 12, Cross Country 12, Board of Control 12, Talon Club 10, 11, Pres. 12, Hanford Trip 12, National Merit 12, Honor Society 12, Letterman's Club 12, Guardian Angel 12. Monica Cabrera' - Basketball 10, 12, Caterwaul 12, Board of Control 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, G.A.A.10, 11, 12, Annual Member 12, College Con. Usher 11, Atzlan Club 12. jim Cerna' - Track 11 Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Intramural Basketball 10, Drama 12, Letterman's Club 12 114 SENIOR OFFICERS N! .,- 'ir . . it aG, REALLY GET IT TGGETHER A Vffh Class Officers- Andrea Bush, jackie Bell, Cary Sitting jeff Meyers, Perry Perrault "Q"v-- 2 os 'ri' . Pr, ik 115 SENIORS 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 6- 7- 8- 9- 10- 11- 12- 13- 14- 15- 16- 17- 18- 19- 20- SENIORS Curt Chandler' - Baseball 10, 12, Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Caterwaul Sports Editor 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, Annual Member 10, 11 Phillip Clark - Transferred, Zillah, 1974, Homecoming 12, Band 10,11, Drum Major 10, 11, Pep Band 10, 11, Drama 11, 12, Librarian asst. 10, Choir 10, Ensemble 10, 11 Sue Collins - Transferred, Oakridge, Oregon, 1969 Drama 12, Annual Member 10, 11, 12 Bill Cordero' - Tennis 10, 11, 12, Basketball 12, Drama 11, Letterman's Club 12, Spanish Club 12, Letica Correa - DaVee jeff - Howard Dignum - Transferred, Sedro-Woolley, WA, 1974, Caterwaul News, 81 Sports Reporter 11, 12, Talon Club 11 Mike Dixon' - Choir 12, Board of Control 11, Auto Mechanics 12 Noel Duncan' - Drama 12, Caterwaul News Reporter 12, Ski Club 11, 12, Annual Member 11 Sylvia Estrada' - Caterwaul News Reporter 12, Art Ed- itor 12, Drill Team Pres. 12, Honor Society 12, Spanish Club 12, 81 Officer 12, Flag Team Captain 12, Aztlan Club Sec. 12 lean Fairbrother - Transferred, Lincoln, NE. 1976 Tami Fernandez' Ruth Fischer - Transferred, Zillah, WA, 1972 Tennis 10, 11, 12, lr.-Sr. Prom 11, Band 10, Girls State 11, Drama 11, Board Of Control 10, 11, 12, Masonic Top 11, Han- ford Trip 12, Honor Society 11, 12, 84 Officer 12, Let- terman's Club 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, 8: Officer 11, Pep Club 12, Class Officer 11, Guard- ian Angel 10, 12 Cathy Fisher' - Mary Anne Fleming' - Track Manager 10, Band 10, 11, 12, Majorette 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Drama 11, 12, Board Of Control 12, Spanish Club 12, GAA 10, 11,12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, 1'I, 12, Toppenish lr. Miss 11, Student Government Class 11 Rolando Flores' - Baseball 12, Wrestling 10, 11, Basket- ball 12 Tina Flores' - Manager 10, Golf 11, 12, Band 10, 11,12, Pep Band 10, 12, 12, Board Of Control 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 11, 12, 81 Officer 12, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12, Levy Committee 10, 12 Ron Forgey - Transferred, Grandview, WA, 1967, Foot- ball 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, Track 10, 11, 12, Home- coming Prince 10, Caterwaul News Reporter 8f Sports Reporter 81 Business Manager 11, Board Of Control 10, 11, 12, Masonic Top 10, 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12 84 Officer 11, 12, Spanish 12, Public Rel. 11, ASB Officer 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12 jeff Franklin - Transferred, Granger, WA, 1971, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12 Kevin Franklin - Transferred, Granger WA, 1971, Base- ball 12, Letterman's Club 12, Pep Club 12 116 SENIORS STRIVING FUR THE TGP qu my 21 EASY DOES IT, DON'T BREAK THE EGG! A5 leanie passes it to Scott, hc looks pretty shaky. 1 A-. 117 SENIQRS 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 6- 7- 5- 9- 10- 11- 12- 13- 14- 15- 16- 17- 18- 19- 20 - SENIORS janice Froemke' - Band 10,11,12, Drum Major 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Honor Band 12, Drama 12, Choir 10, Maximum Blues 11, 12, F.H.A. 12, Honor Society 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, Guardian Angel 12. joyce Fulmer' joe Gadley' - Football 10, 12, Wrestling 10, 12, Board of Control 10, 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Auto Mechanics Club 12. Yolie Gamboa - Transferred Corpus Christi, Tex. 1975, Office Asst. 12, Aztlan Club 12. Connie Gardea' Mary Lou Garza' - Caterwaul 12, Art Editor 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Aztlan Club 12, College Con Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, 11. Tana Geiss - Transferred Selah, Wa. 1976, Drill Team 12. David Gettman' - Baseball 11, 12, Basketball 10, Intra- mural Ping Pong 12, Basketball 12, Band 10, 11, Pep Band 10, 11, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12. Lupe Gonzalez' - Choir 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 12. Linda Gunnier' Cindy Guzman' - Track 10, Choir 12, G.A.A. 10. Glenn Hagerman' - Manager Football 11, 12, Basket- ball, Track 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12, Chess Club 10, 12. Kris Hansen' - Tennis 10, Band 10, 11, Pep Band 10, 11, Choir 10, Maximum Blues 11,12, Ski Club 10, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Officer 12, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12, All State jazz Choir 12. Robyn Harris' - Caterwaul 12, Choir 10, Maximum Blues 11, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, Aztlan Club 12. Renee Heit' - jr.-Sr. Prom 12, Dance Chr. 11, Home- coming 11, Volleyball 12, Tennis 12, Basketball 10, Manager 10, Honor Society 12, G.A.A.10, 11,12, Col- lege Con. Usher 11, Drama 11, Board of Control 10, Drill Team 10, Class Officer 11, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12. Priscilla Hernandez' - Spanish Club 12. joe Hiner' - Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Golf 10, Caterwaul Sports Editor 12, Talon Club 10,11,12, F.B.L.A.11,12, Letterman's Club 11, 12. Dennis Hobbs' - Caterwaul 11, 12. Vickey Holwegner' - Volleyball 10,12, Basketball 10,12, Homecoming Princess 10, Office Asst. 12, Drama 11, 12, Board of Control 11, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Class Officer 11, Guardian Angel 10. Arturo lbarra - Transferred Woodburn, Ore. 1970, Track 12, Spanish Club 12. 118 78 ROYALTY 1- Mike lde'- Football 10, Basketball 11, Track 11, 12, Cross Country 12, Golf 10, Librarian asst. 10, Boy's State 11, Drama 11, 12, Talon Club Comptroller 10, 11, Ski Club 10, 11,12, Spanish Club 11, Pep Club 11. 2 ' loe lacobs"- Baseball 11, 12, Football 11, 12, Manager- Football 10, Basketball 10,11,12, Choir 10, Maximum Blues 11, 12, Board of Control 10, 11, Letterman's Club 11, 12. 3 - Lisa lohnson'- Spanish Club 11, 12. 4 ' Bonnie Jones- Transf,erred,Bellevue, Wa., 1966, Basket- ball 10, Drama 11, 12, Caterwaul Editor 12, Choir 10, Maximum Blues 11, 12, Vice Pres. 11, Pres. 12, Board of Control 10,11,12, Drill Team 12 Leader 12, Letter- man's Club 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 11, Class Officer 10, Guardian Angel 10, All- State Choir 10. 5 - Vickie jones- Transferred White Swan, Wa., 1973, Track 10,11, 12, Choir 10, 11,12, Board of Control 12, F.H.A. 11, 12, Officer 12, Guardian Angel 10. 6 - Sheila Knight- Transferred St. George of England High School, Liverpool, England, 1976, Choir 11, Cheer- leader 12, Guardian Angel 11. 7 - Scott Kramer"- Drama 12, F.F.A.10,11,12, ski Club 10, 11, 12, Officer 12. 8 - Sharron Lommers"- Track 10, 11, 12, Masonic Top 10- 11, Honor Society 11,12, G.A.A.10,11,12, Officer 12, Pep Club 11, 12, Officer 12, College Con. Usher 11. 9 - Enedelia Longoria - Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Tennis 11,12, Track 10, Caterwaul 12, Board of Control 11, 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, G.A.A. 11, 12, Annual 12, College Con. Usher 11, Atzlan Club 12. 10 - Lisa Lott"- Tennis Manager 11, Brama 11, Drill Team 12, Honor Society 11, 12, G.A.A.11, 12, Guardian Angel 11. 11- Tom Lozano'- Tennis 10, 11, 12, Ping Pong 12, Drama 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Annual 10, 11. 12 - Gary Lunyou'- Auto Mechanics Club 12. 13 - Penny McAnulty- Transferred Blythe, Calif. 1976. 14 - Lori Mc Farland"'- Tennis 10, Golf 11, Drama 12, Mason- ic Top 10- 11, National Merit 11, Honor Society 11,12, G.A.A.10, 11, 12, Officer 11, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10. 15 - Melody Macomber"- Track Manager 11, Librarian asst. Choir 10, -Board of Control 12, Flag Team 12, F.B.L.A. 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, Guardian Angel 11. 16 - Nadine Maldonado"- Choir 12, Board of Control 12, Aztlan Club 12. 17 - Lupe Martin- Transferred Butler, Pa. 1977, Drill Team 12, Spanish Club 12, Aztlan Club 12. 18 - Carrie Martinenf- lr.-Sr. Prom 11, Dance Chr. 11, Homecoming 11, 12, Tennis 10, 11, 12, Girls' State 11, Caterwaul 12, Choir 12, Board of Control 11, 12, Masonic Top 10- 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Ski Club 10, 11, Letterman's Club 11, 12, G.A.A.10, 11, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Public Rel. 11, Class Officer 10, Guardian Angel 11, 12, Leadership Class 11, Chr. Litter Committee 11, 12, junior Miss- First Princess, Red Party Platform Committee 10, Levy Committee 11, 12. 19 - Veronica Martinez"- Volleyball 10, Basketball 10, 12 Track 12, Atzlan Club 12. 20 - Tracy Matiecka- Transferred Port Orchard, Wa. 1975, Drama 11, 12, Caterwaul 12, Board of Control 11, 12, Masonic Top 10- 11, Leadership Con. 10, Annual 10. SENIORS 120 SENIORS CROSSING -A -,yr 51 n., 143 lf6 Aa- jg:- A Q 1 Q'L f' K Y' ,V ' I A bv' Q I 'E A . fx k 'Q . "9 u I ,531 1 3 . fyi? 4 A f ! , I - , In Q ,gm Borm.l,v"' "TH 4' . , its Kgs R ' Caryn lafkiv ' 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 6- 7. 8- 9- 10- 11- 12- 13- 14- 15- 16- 17- 18- 19- 20- SENIORS Terry Merck' - Board Of Control 11, FFA Member 10, 11, 12, Rodeo Club 10 jeff Meyers' - Manager 10, 11, 12, Board Of Control 12, Talon Club Member 11, 12, Sec.-Trease. 12, National Merit 12, Leadership Con. 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Class Officer 12, Levy Committee 11, 12 Debbie Miller - Transferred, Wapato, WA, 1971, Band 10, 11, Pep Band 10, 11, Choir 10, VICA Member 84 Officer 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12 Sheri Miller - Transferred, White Swan, WA. 1977, In- dian Club 12, GAA 12 Doris Morrison' - Volleyball 11, 12, Tennis 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Maximum Blues 10, 11, 12, Hon- or Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, GAA 10,11, 12, 81 Officer 11, junior Leader 11, Tennis-State Champion 11 joseph Morrison - Transferred, Zillah WA, 1968, Base- ball 10, Football 10,11,12, Drama 12, Caterwaul News 81 Sports Reporter 12, Ski Club 10 Kurt Myrons' - jr.-Sr. Prom 11, 81 Homecoming 12, Chairman, Baseball 10, Tennis 11, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Cross Country 10, Masonic Top 10, 11, Hanford Trip 12, Honor Society 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12 Mark Nielsen' - Drama 12, Board Of Control 12, Ski Club 10, 11, 12 jon Nishi - Transferred, Zillah, WA, 1974, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Homecoming Prince 11, Board Of Control 11, 12, Caterwaul News Reporter 81 Editor 11, Masonic Top 10, 11, Leadership Con. 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12, 81 Of- ficer 12, ASB Officer 11, 12, Class Officer 11 Sylvia Olivas' - Baseball Manager 12, Badminton Intra- mural Champ 10, 11, 12, Band Member 10, 11, 12, Band V. Pres. 11, Flag Carrier 10, 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Drama 11, 12, Board Of Control 11, 12, Caterwaul News Reporter 11, Letterman's Club 11, 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 11, 12, Guardian Angel 10, 11 Steve Olivarez"' - Football 10, 11, Track 10, 11,12, Wres- tling 11, 12, Badminton Intramural Champ Team 11, 12 Carol Omlin' - Drama 11,12, Choir 11, Maximum Blues 12, Ski Club 11, GAA 10, 11, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10 jill O'Neil"' - Activity Com. 11,12, Board Of Control 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 11, 12 84 Officer 12, Annual Member 11, 12, Rodeo Club 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 11, 12 Bernice Owens - Transferred, Wapato, WA, 1975, Choir 12, Indian Club 11, 12, GAA 12, College Con. Usher 11 Omar Ozuna' - Nora Pardo' - Caterwaul News Reporter 84 Ass. Editor 12, Board Of Control 12, Spanish Club 12, Aztlan Club Member 84 Pres 12 jeff Park' - Drama 11, 12, Talon Club Member 10, Ski Club 10, 11, 12 Greg Patnode' - Board Of Control 11, FAA 10, 11, 12 Harvey Paul - Football 10, 12 Sue Pederson' 122 CLASS OF 1 ... Q 1 if C 1 mx . 5' f' "2 ' Q 5 -:U ' Y 5 1 ' 4 3 4 fr ,M 1 -. had V.-:f"f'..f..x .. W., .I 'A , A. b-I - I- . 5- m ., N Q '93 F' ' K ' nw ' Lf' ' f9'Y9'43"U5fV'5'f '..w'Gtf-r ERS -1 mg yfgmw' tw! 7 , ' . '-wang, ' ' 'N'-'We . ,Vx ' . .6 , ,, , ' Q - ' gifc'+',f L51FMlQ,m'3w'.-.. y K q hx U V I .,.M.,,,,,,L4g: I K I g L . Lliei -L --?fA,Q... 133' YT " ,, 1, 'w'fff1.,,, 'H' J, A ' fw. q V 32 ,,, Q. ,fm.x , . 4535, -'jxwf A .3 1 ' . F "Jing , jx , za, ,ik 1 X I T-if f T4 ,,,,.bA 'L,'L' , fd g 19 -- 2o QS, X SENIORS Perry Perrault'- Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Golf 10, 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 12, Class Officer 12, Guardian Angel 12 Lynda Polley- Transferred White Swan, Wa. 1976, Ban- quet Chairman 11, 12, Dance Chairman 11, 12, Volley ball 10, Basketball 10, Track 10, Drama 12, F.F.A.10, 11, 12, Officer 12, Ski Club 10, Rodeo Club 10, 11. Rudy Pruneda'- Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Homecoming King 12, Letter- man's Club 10, 11, 12. Pam Quigley'- Volleyball 10,11, 12, Manager 10, Home- coming Princess 12, Office Asst. 11, Drama 12, Cater- waul Sports Reporter, Editor 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 12. john Rambur- Transferred Zillah, Wa. 1972, Auto Me- chanics Club 12 Rachel Ramirez"- Caterwaul Business Manager 12, Spanish Club 12, Atzlan Club 12. jenny Ramos- Transferred Firebaugh, Calif. 1976, Drama 12, Choir 12, Drill Team 12, Ski Club 12, GAA 10, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, Office Asst. 12. Alene Razey' Dennis Reeves"- Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, Ski Club 12. Lisa Regimbal"- Tennis 10, Basketball 10, Caterwaul News Reporter, Asst. Editor 12, Choir 10, Board of Control 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Ski Club 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 10, Exchange Student, Tagbilaan, Bohol, Philippines 1976-77. Alfonso Reyes"- Baseball 10, Track 12, Wrestling 11, 12, Ping Pong 12, Drama 12, Choir 11, Maximum Blues 12, Letterman's Club 12, Annual 10, Guardian Angel 12. Karie Ring"- Basketball 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Office Asst. 10, Board of Control 10, 11, 12, Masonic Top 10-11, Leadership Con. 13, Honor Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12, Officer 12, Spanish Club 12, GAA 10, 11,12, Officer 11,12, Pep Club 11, 12, Col- lege Con. Usher 11, Rodeo Club 10, ASB Officer 11, 12, Class 'officer 10, Guardian Angel 11, 12. Balvina Rodriquez"- Choir 12, Flagteam 12, Aztlan Club 12. Clara Rodriquez"'- Office Asst. 12, Caterwaul typist 12, Board of Control, 11, Flagteam Leader 12, FHA 11, 12, Officer 11, 12, FBLA12, Officer 12, Spanish Club 10, GAA 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 12, Guardian Angel 11, 12, Atzlan 11, 12, Girl of the Year 12. Darren Roth'- Drama 12, Board of Control 12, FBLA 12. Tracy Rosenow"- Caterwaul 12. Ben Sainsbury' Floretia Salazar- Transferred Granger, Wa. 1975. Diana Sanchez Cortezf- Caterwaul 12. Don Sandberg"- Football 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Golf 10,11,12, Drama 11. 124 CLARA RODRIQUEZ 'il' SENIORS Betty Sauer' - Will Scarlett - Transferred, Yakima, 1972, Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Masonic Top 10, 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12. David Schelert'- Manager 10, 11, Caterwaul News Re- porter, Sports reporter, 81 Editor 11, 12, Leadership Con 12, FFA 10, 11, 12, 81 Officer 12, Honor Society 11, 12, FBLA Officer 12, Century Three Leadership, in School Edra Schneider' - Sr. Prom Ser, 11, Homecoming Com. 11, Track 12, Drama 11, 12, Student Dir. 11, Board Of Control 10,11,12, Drill Team 10, Ski Club 10, Spanish Club 11, 12, GAA10, 11,12 jeff Schumacker' Lynn Schuster - Transferred, Glenwood, Wa, 1971, Bas- ketball 10, 11, Track 10, Manager 12, Band 10, 11, Pep Band 10, 11, Choir 10, 11, Board Of Control 10, 11, 12, Indian Club 10, Officer 11, 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10 leanie Shea' - Volleyball 10, Choir 10, Drama 12, Office Asst. 11, FHA member 12, FBLA12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Guardian Angel 11, 12, Tim Smith' - Banquet Chairman 10, 11, 12, Dance Chair- man 11, 12, Board Of Control 10, 11, 12, FFA 10,11, 12, Officer 11, 12 Brenda Speer' - Volleyball 10, Track 10,11, 12, Band 10, Pep Band 10, Girls' State 12, Caterwaul News Re- porter 12, Choir 10, 11, Board Of Control 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, College Con. Usher 11, Guardian Angel 10, 11, 12 Rick Stafford - Transferred, 1972, Football 10, Ski Club 10, 11 Lori Steinmetz"- loe Stoops' - Tennis 10, 11, 12, Basketball Intramural 12 Rommel Strom - Transferred, Tahola, WA. 1967, Foot- ball 10, 11, 12, Track 10, Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Indian Club 10, 11, 12, Officer 12 Pat Sullivan - Transferred, Zillah, WA, 1974, Wrestling 10, Board Of Control 10, Drama 11, Handford Trip 12, National Merit 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Letterman's Club 10, 11, 12, Class Officer 10 Tom Tebb - Transferred, Dannville, Calif., 1971, Foot- ball 10, 11,12, Baseball 10, Caterwaul News Reporter, 84 Art Editor 11,12, Ski Club 10, Letterman's Club 11, 'I2 Darren Thomas'- Basketball Intramural 12, Drama 11, 12, Board Of Control 12, FFA 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 10, 11, 12 Gloria Thompson - Transferred, Goldendale, WA, 1975 Robin Thoringtonf- Manager 10, Drama 12, Office Asst. X12, Choir 10, 11, Board Of Control 10, 11, Drill Team member 10, GAA 10, 11, Cheerleader 11, Guardian Angel 10 Caryn Tollefson - Transferred, Ellensburg, WA, 1968, Track Manager 10, Band 10, 11, 12, Majorette 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Board Of Control 11, 12, National Merit 10, Leadership Con. 11, Honor Society 11,12, Officer 12, Spanish Club 'I'I, 12, GAA 10, 'I'I, 12, Officer 11, 12, Pep Club 11, 12, Officer 11, 12, Class Officer 12, Guardian Angel 10 Leonard Tulee - Transferred, Harrah, Wa, 1969, Indian Club 12 126 DAVID SCHELERT PLACES 2ND IN ACCCUNTING CGMPETITION 11,3 V05- s"7'7 P- r-, 'UNIQ NOTHING TO IT- Denms Roth scores 2 for the W1 at a Donkey Basketball game 4-J -l" Q, 'I27 ,fa . I, TJ - I -4s..,. SENIORS 1- Marie Vargas- 2- Gus Villanueva'- Baseball 12 3- Ralph Villanueva"'- Baseball 10, Track 10, 11, Wrestling 11, 12, Cross Country 10, 12, Homecoming Prince 12, Drama 11, 12, Board of Control 12, Honor Society 12, Letterman's Club 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Officer 12, Atzlan Club 12 4- jack Walker'- Wrestling 10, 11, Cross Country 10, Intramural Basketball 12 5- Sharon Walker'- Tennis 10, 11, 12, Drama 12, Board of Control 12, Ski Club 10, GAA 10, 11,12, Pep Club 12, Cheerleader 12, Guardian Angel 10 6- Bill Wentz"- Wrestling 12, FFA 10, 11, 12, Officer 11 7- Rosie Whitaker- Transferred Granger, Wa. 1977, FBLA 12 8- Mark Willey' 9- Eric Williams'- Talon Club 10, 11, Ski Club 10, 11, 12 10- Randy Williams- Choir 12 11- Steve Williams- 12- Dan Wilson"- Drama 12, Board of Control 12, Choir 10 13- Terri Winterholler- 14- Mike Wishkoski"- lr.-Sr. Prom 11, Dance Chr. 11, Homecoming 11, Boys' State 11, Drama 11, Caterwaul 12, Choir 10, Maximum Blue 11, 12, Board of Con- trol 11,12, Talon Club 10, 11, 12, V. Pres. 12, Masonic Top 10- 11, Leadership Con. 10, Honor Society 11, 12, Officer 12, Ski Club 10, 11, College Con. Usher 11, Public Rel. 11, Class Officer 11, jazz Choir 12, Levy Committee 11, Leadership Class 11 SENIORS SENIORS PREPARING 128 FOR THE FUTURE Fiat, AND THE SENIORS WINI- As Robyn feeds Tom a banana. 1 ' X NOT PICTURED- Wendell Bruns- Transferred Grand Island, Nebr, 1977, Track 12. Arthuro Delesus- Transferred Yakima, Wa. 1976, F.H.A. 12, Drama 12. Lori Doolin"'- Tennis 10, Band 10, 11, 12. Debra Iim"- Basketball 12, Indian Club 10, 11, Officer 12. Samuel Perez- Transferred Watsonville, Calif. 1969. Dennis Roth"- Football 11, 12, Intramural Ping Pong 11, Basket- ball 10,12, Badmitton 10,11, Board of Control 12, Letterman's Club 11, 12, Pep Club 11. Steve Saluskin'- Baseball 10, Football 10, 12, Intramural Basket- ball 12, Ski Club 10, 12, Indian Club 10. David Stump' Mike Sutton'- Baseball Manager 10, 11, Board of Control 10, Chess Club 12. Richard Uscola'- Board of Control 12, FFA 10, 11, 12, Officer 11, 12. "'- Attended 12 years at Toppenish. 1 K f f ff ,f 129 SENIORS After Graduation things begin to change very rapidly. For the first time in your life you realize what it takes to make your own decisions and support yourself. For many this may be the most confusing and frustrating time of their lives. These people begin to feel insecure because they are no longer protected from the out- side world. BY jeff Franklin Graduation Day. Excitement! Parties, laughing, crying Seniors gone. By Myself. Reviewing the past No friends to laugh with, No noisy classrooms. College Life. New things to be learned. SENIORS EXPRESS Memories always come with graduation. First grade was neat just because you were going to school. Second, everyone thought they were 'hot-stuff' because they changed rooms for reading. Third, you had the privilege to play on either side of the play ground. Fourth grade, you received the authority to be- come a patrol. The best part of that was the Friday meeting and getting ice cream along with getting out of class. When we got to fifth grade we moved from Gar- field to Mt. Adams. ln sixth, we put on a play for the other sixth grade classes. Seventh grade everyone became 'bullies' be- cause we were the oldest in school. Eighth grade we had our first year of junior high. Ninth grade was our first year of high school even though we were still in junior high. Tenth grade we became sophomores. l remember all of us being afraid to move because we were the youngest class in the school. Eleventh grade we all thought, "Two more years." Now our two years are almost up. Our past is now only memories. Our future is so Future ahead of me. New friends made. Old ones found. Must we part so soon. Good-bye. BY David Schelert very unknown. Graduation to me seems like a time for memories. Memories of all the past twelve years of school. Remembering those years in grade BY Pam Quigley Memories of what used to be are all that will remain after graduation. An annual to bring back familiar faces, a letter grade school and thinking that you'll never that may have brought 3 tear, a WORK? leeffl the alphabet, but YOU Pulled drive by the ole' school building . Mm 7 through easily. Then junior High came to look just one more time, Sad 'AGE' into the picture, how wild can you get. Memories, just plain momoriog, Finally High School, the most exciting BY Ka,-io Ring years of my life. Going to all of the 1 U games and activities and always having Jr" COLLEGE? fun, ' lt makes me sad to think that I u ? won't be a part of High School and .Cgljs , all that goes with it. "" my 4. 4 BY jeff Bowman ' A F X ig ll vamsws-QWNQ I 3 if A632 Q. fl X- W ' "Qu-f N SENICJRS 130 E500 S099 Oo THEIR FEELINGSI It's almost time for that big giant step in life "Graduation". What graduation really means is being kicked out of the nest and being forced to make a living on an already fixed income. You always have such fantastic ideas as a little shaver like being a fireman or a policeman or lawyer, but what it really comes down to is survival. Trying to make it in the mad mad world. But if we just stayed at home all our lives what kind of person would we become? No, I think graduation is a necessity Upon hearing the word graduation, I immediately get a panicky feeling deep inside of me. It's like the feeling you get when you are about to dive off of the high dive for the first time. You're at the top about to leave the safety of the board and plunge to the bottom, only to work your way up again. You'd like to go back down the ' ladder but you can't because there are people following you. However So I own Q 0CQOo 05.2 difficult it may be, you must take the -V . ' plunge. BY Renee Heit - x I ., -,f x 1 - i that we all need, to become up standing citizens in the community. Taking our places in society. Yes, this older genera- tion needs new blood in their veins and that new blood is us. BY Phillip Clark The memories of this brick walled build- ing are both good and bad. The good ones seem some how to outweigh the bad one even though it didn't seem like it at the time. There are times that I will never forget, such as being associated with so many good people and marching down the aisle knowing I will never return again, in the same situation. I can remember that great feeling of relief as well as sorrow as I was handed my diploma. All in all these have been the greatest years of my young life. Iwould not have traded them for anything. BY Don Sandberg 0 Qqfo QOQQOQQQQ, 5 Qi tl 5 . 2? QEQQEGQSB-aoea an I O09 sk Ill I , gt isnt Ut: s 3? xg, The thought of graduating brings to me many memories of my three years in high school. I look back to the fun I had with my old and new friends in school activities. The time seems to have sped by so fast since I was a sophomore. Sometimes the thought of marching on graduation night is quite scary but then I can look back and realize I have fulfilled the goals I had put to accomplish. Graduating from Top-High is something I am proud of. BY Sylvia Estrada Graduation isn't a be- ginning or an end. It is a total of twelve years of hard work and extensive learning. It isn't a begin- ning. It isn't a beginning because your life is not just beginning. In my eyes graduation is a chance. A chance to suc- ceed or fail. Graduation means that you have suc- ceeded in the first eight- een years and gives you an edge in life. BY Will Scarlett 'l3'I For twelve years we've been together, through the various tests and essays, journals and biology notes, but tonight for the first time, we part company. Tonight we leave the past behind and randomly as we were brought together, we are separated, and our lives will never again be the same. BY Carrie Martinen SENIORS SENIOR ACHIEVEMENTS RECOGNIZED Front L to R: Ruth Fischer, Pat Sullivan, Lori McFarland, Lisa Regimbal, Sharon Lommers, Caryn Tollefson, Kurt Myron, Mike Wiskowski, jance Froemke, Kim Altoff, jon Nishi, Carrie Martinen, Back L to R: jeff Myers, David Schelert, Allan Butler, Melody Macomber, Lisa Lott, Karie Ring, Sylvia Estrada, jackie Bell, Andrea Bush, Renee Heit. Agriculture Award - Tim Smith Auto Mechanics - Chuck Brandt G.A.A. Plaque - Karie Ring American Legion Awards - Ron Forgey, jacki Bell Foreign Language lFrenchj - janice Froemke, Lori McFarland, Sharon Lommers, Carrie Martinen, lSpanishj - Sylvia Estrada, Ruth Fischer, Diana Sanchez journalism - jackie Bell Annual Award - jeff Bowman, Sue Collins, jill O'Neil, Debbie jean Brown Science - Allan Butler Bosch 84 Lomb Scholarship - Pat Sullivan Talon Club - Allan Butler, jeff Meyers, Mike Wiskoski Choir - Vickie jones Ensemble - Bonnie jones, Mike Wiskoski Solo - Doris Morrison, Chris Hansen, Alfonso Reyes Band - Sylvia Olivas Majorette - Mary Anne Fleming, Caryn Tollefson Tollefson Memorial - janice Froemke Drama - Mike Wishkoski English Award - Lisa Regimbal Fortnightly Club English Award -- Nora Pardo Mathematics Award - Pat Sullivan K.I.C. Award - Lynn Schuster I Dare You Award - Ron Forgey, Carrie Martinen Treasurer - Karie Ring Chess - Glen Hagerman Perfect Attendance - Allan Butler Vice President - jon Nishi President - Ron Forgey Honors Award - Ruth Fischer, Pat Sullivan School Spirit - Glen Hagerman Spanish Club and Aztlan Club lPresentation of roses to Mrs. Williamsj - Edra Schneider Commercial - Clara Rodriguez, David Schelert Typing - Lori Bangs Athlete of the Year - Doris Morrison iPresented at Graduationj ,fi QL, SENIOR AWARDS 132 BACCALAUREATE Doris and Bonnie sing a fairwell song to the Class of '78. Baccalaureate Service Class of l978 Toppenish High School Sunday, May 28,1978 A. J. Strom Gymnasium 8:00 p.m. Processional ..... . . Toppenish High School Band Invocation ...... ....... R ev. M. Wesley Arms "Day by Day" .....,. .......... D oris Morrison Bonnie Jones Baccalaureate Address ....... Rev. Archie Fairbrother Rev. Archie Fairbrother gives the Baccalau- reate Address. Vocal .................... ................ A lfonso Reyes Benediction ..... , . ........... President Blake Lott Recessional ............... Toppenish High School Band lAudience will remain standing until after recessionall COMMENCEMENT I 978 Toppenish High School Wednesday, May 3 I, I978 Eight o'cIock in the Evening , .MEAGHER FIELD Phillip Acob ' Kim Allhoff Lori Bangs Loren Barrientos Randy Beckman 'jackie Bell Kurt Benz George Besel Sandra Bjur james D Bower jeff Bowman Chuck Brandi Shawn Brower Debble jean Brown Wendell Bruns Brenda Buckingham ' Andrea Bush ' Allan Butler Monica Cabrera jim Cerna Curl Chandler Phillip Clark Don Clarke Sue Collins Bill Cordero Leucia Correa jeu oavee Arsuro De esus Howard Dignum Mike Dixon Lori Doolin Noel Duncan 'Sylvia Escrada jean Falrbrorher Tami Fernandez ' Ruth Fischer Curly Fisher Mary Anne Fleming Rolando Flores Tina Flores Ron Forgey jen Franklin Kevin Franklin 'jarnre Froernke joyce Fulmer joe Gadley Yolanda Gamboa Connie Gardea Mary Lou Garza David Geuman Lupe Gonzalez Llnda Gunnler Clndy Guzman Glenn Hagerman Kris Hansen Robyn Harris 'Renee Hein Priscilla Hernandez joe Hiner Dennis Hobbs Vickey Holwegner Art lbarra Mike lde judy Ingram joe jacobs Debra jim Llsa johnson Bonnie jones Vickie jones Sheila Knight 'Sharon Lommers Enedella Longoria ' Lisa Lou Tom Lozano Gary Lunyou Penny McAnulty 'Lori McFarland Melody Macomber Nadine Maldonado Lupe Marrin 'Carrie Marminen Veronica Martinez Tracy Maseicka Terry Merck 'jeff Meyers Debra Miller Sheri Miller 'Doris Morrison joe Morrison 'Kun Myron Mark Nielsen 'jon Nishi Steve Olivarez Sylvia Olivas Carole Omlin jill O'Neil Bernice Owens Omar Ozuna Nora Pardo jen Park Greg Pamode Harvey Paul Sue Pederson Sam Perez 'Perry Perrault Lynda Pulley Rudy Pruneda Pam Quigley john lurnbur Rachel Ramirez jenny Ramos Alene Razey Dennis Reeves 'Lisa Regirnbal Alfonso Reyes ' Karle Ring Balvina Rodriguez Clara Rodriguez Trac y Rosenow Darren Roth Dennis Roth Ben Sainsbury Tina Salazar Diana Sanchez Don Sandberg Berry Sauer ' Wlll Scarleu ' Dave Schelerx janet Schmlerer Edra Schneider jeff Schumacker Lynn Schuster jeanie Shea Tim Smlxh Brenda Speer Rick Sufford Lori Szeinmezz 'joe Szoops Rommel Strom David Stump ' Pax Sullivan Mike Simon Tom Tebla Darren Thomas Gloria Thompson Robin Thoringson ' Caryn Tollelson Leonard Tulee Richard Uuola M ane Vargas Gus Villanueva Ralph Villanueva jack Walker Sharon Walker Bill Wentz Rosle Whitaker Mark Willey Eric Williams Randy Williams Steve Williams Dan Wilson 'Mike Wiahkoski 1 A C 'HONOR STUDENTS .?,., ft K, , Y Kd E ,Q www- 1' Q -if J, ,V 1: . ,a NI, , Q. s j f I x I 5 X , I "'l fl ,M l JUST RIGHT - Tina Salazar helps jeff Schumacker adjust his tassel. GRADUATION - FEELING LOOSE - Seniors show a relaxed attl tude while preparing for the ceremony. 134 LIKE A BIRD - Mike Wiskoski and Kris Hansen entertain at REWARD: A SCHOLARSHIP - Ruth Fischer re- graduation. ceives a scholarship for the many hours of hard work. SENIORS OF "78" GRAD ATE PROGRAM PRESENTATIONS Senior Service. ,..... ..... ,,........,..... .... , . ..,. C l iffMy'ron Faculty Service Pin ........,,............,....,... JeffMeyers Processional .........,.,...... Toppenish High SchoolBand ScholarshipsmuWmmmmmnummm Jerry Hosman Invocation ""s"""'""""s's"'s"""s' Rev' Nedbmdm The Class, ...,,.ii....,....i,i.s...,...,.ii.......i... CliffMy'ron I U O U U ll UI i O I Am Only One ...,.,...,,.......,,..........,...,... JeffMeyers we can Get There From Here .---4.,-4.. Caryn Tone-fson Awardlhg Diplomas ..,......,,.....,.......... Alvin Ggftmdfl Phil Hoon we Are Richer Today l.l',.l44...A,...A,,. Shawn Lommers Benediction ...,.....,,.................,... Rev. Tom Forester The Future, ...,.....,..,....,....,......,..,..,. Lisa Regimbal Recesslonal '-------"-",----' T0PPe"'ish High School Band Vocal Duet "Friends With You" Mike Wishkoski H 'HH N' Kris Hansen The Ideal """4A,"""""" 4"'A""" L Ori McFarland Audience will remain standing until alter receuionll Building Blocks .,,..............,...........,...... Pat Sullivan gleffgguf f:f,f,"f,,f,'::ff,,'l" 'ml' during 'he """m"'c"""" """"m' Do We Believe? .....e......,,......,,.....,....... Rum Fischer :li31ilZZ"3ll'wllLf,'I.u5..FlE3 lI,'l'll,JfZ.,,'ff,Cf2'.i2TE.,.Tf7 """""' """"l"" Th' GRADUATION 1 fa ,, f 1- THE FINAL SHAKE-joe lacobs shakes Mr. Myron's hand as he receives his service pin award. 2. THE FINAL DOCUMENT! jeff Myers re- ceives his diploma for his twelve years in school. L 3- THE FINAL MARCH - The Seniors finally done it. 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Follow the accomplishments and achievements of Top Hn students un your home town community newspaper TOPPENISH Co The YAK ADS -vw M, ,,, - I- - -........ . lf.. -Ii llhunun-gg., W Nw w"'3 K RAMSAY INSURANCE KENTUCKY FRIED AGENCY CHICKEN 218 South Toppenlsh Ave 415 South Elm Toppenlsh Washington 865 3545 Toppenlsh Washington 865 3533 'I-40 VN-...W L 1 Aim EL PASO CAFE MILLER S DAIRY QUEEN 512 West 1st Ave 401 West 1st Toppenlsh Washlngton 865 2066 Toppenlsh Washington 865 4015 073' 'H ""'6-6. 5 Nw ' x f 'j' 1 FERC-USON'S SADDLERY MILLER'S MARKET 218 West First Ave. 410 Washington Ave. Toppenish, Washington 865-3654 T0ppenish,Washingron 865-4636 141 ADS ADS -an-nUl"""""-'X P AFBMAEY GRAHAM AND MORRIS CIIBBONS PHARMACY READY MIX CONCRETE D S th T p p W 865 2975 p W h 865 2722 T 84 S ELECTRONICS 12 South B Toppemsh, Washington 865 3304 STATE FARM INSURANCE 219 South Toppemsh Ave. Toppenish, Washington 865 2311 BERC- S BOX COMPANY Asotm Ave 865 2715 Toppemsh Washlngton 98948 QIEIIFII -1:-:I 5 ' M 3 , :FRED MUTCH DRUGS ?-:South Topp 408 West 1st 'oppelush VVa J T 863 3,S86h t oppems as mg on Fm W TL,....I I 98948 ALICE S FLOWERS BUCKINGHAM 84 SON Washington Ave 8: Elm St 210 West 2nd Ave Broadway service Statlon Toppemsh Washington 98948 AW THE FAMILY RESTAURANT CHANDLER ENTERPRISES 433 South Elm SKI DOO SALES AND SERVICE 865 4349 P o Box 312 T0PPen'5hf W35h'n8t0n Toppemsh, Washington I I J 1 - , 1 . . k " -I 1 " M I .nd A - I ff- .511 g . - I' 4 4 fl-5 M Y Q.- Q , , 3 , 1 4 Q T I - lf, Q31 , 4- -r i Q If 'r mi: ,,,-Ig, ' I3 My . 3 4, I p Fz. f Ti I. 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' ' ' I I 'I43 ADVERTISEMENT 84 R HOPE CHEST C CRAFTS FOOD STORE Wt1tt 50Wt2d 8652920 Wh TIRES CURFMAN S HOWARD S OK AUTO REPAIR 865 4341 P W h gt p W h 865 4626 INDUSTRIES BEEF DIVISION p W I. 98948 865 2830 B p W h 865 2121 GREEN REALTY IDEAL FEED AND SEED 211 B W 865 4912 p W h p W I1 865 3200 98948 For all your hobby needs 512 es s S reet 3 CS fl - Toppenish, as ington 1 1 Fort road The eople who care about 408 as in on Ave. auto Safety ,- Top enish, as ington FLAVQRLAND HUYLAR CONSTRUCTION 12 South Fir Top enish, as ington X94 P.O. ox 552 Top enish, as ington Homes, Farms, Commercial FOTI Road uena ay ' Top enish, as ington TOP enish, 35 ingfon ADVERTISEMENT 144 INTER-VALLEY , HARDWARE KRAFF 5 Dlstmctrve Clothmg Plumbing Supplles Electrrc Supplies For Men and Women RCA TV Fuller Paints Fort Road PO BOX 591 Toppemsh Washmgton Toppemsh Washmgton 865 4525 005 3000 E LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER IOHN HARRISON FORD INC Toppemsh W35h'nSt0n Toppemsh Washmgton Ford and Mercury Cars Super Duty Gas 84 Dresel Trucks MID VALLEY CYCLE Fort Road 865 3708 Fort Road 865 3341 Toppemsh Washmgton Toppemsh Washmgton 98948 9 K' Dan 84 jeff Harrrs KENE MUFFETT AND SONS IRRIGATION For All Your Llstenmg Pleasure Fort Road IH T0PPen'5h W35h'nSt0n Buena Alrport 1303 West Hlway 12 855 3900 Buena Washmgton Grandvlew Wash 877 2489 822 2500 'I45 ADVERTISEMENT ADS NELLO PISTORESI AND SON INC mtg- Llvestock Transportation P O Box 432 Toppemsh Washington PACIFIC POWER AND LIGHT Energy Conservation A Way of Llfe for a Brighter Tomorrow PABISZ MOTORS One Stop Automatic Service Toppemsh Washmgton REESEMAN DAIRY 865 3880 Toppemsh Washington 98948 11 South B ROD S T V 84 RADIO REPAIR 17 South Alder Toppemsh Washington 865 3242 ROGERS REALTY 10 South Alder Toppenlsh Washington 865 2491 Come See Us For All Your Realty Needs RUTLEDCIE MOTOR CO NC Crossroads Hwy 97 84 22 Toppemsh Washington CII msn In Dodge Pqmaufli NATIONAL BANK The Bank that makes good things happen Toppemsh 865 4505 SEATTLE FIRST 1 O O I . X A Illmlnu ' ff I WD 2 ff' I I 311131555 ft 1 Tw u . Q I I I - l - I - 'I46 SIMCOE ., INC. SERVE UM SEL st 1st Avenue T penish Washing Toppems 865 3677 EQUIPMENT co sh Yakima BOX 1709 Toppeni Box 192 1-800-572-6510 865-2492 SQUEEZE INN Good Food At A Good Price 611 1st Ave Zillah Washington 829 9093 I STOTTLEMYRE Athletic Supply Inc. uth 3rd Street 9 So 1 Yakima Washington 9 98901 575-0702 Xxx QQ, 5-.0 1 We ' h Washington ' Op . I . ' 865-2385 . . Toppeni , ' 1- Kgj I I A. 'A ,fl ' C5515 YU- f . I 9 J is STEPHENSON S F INSURANCE 305 West 1st Ave ton TOPPENISH AUTO PARTS 225 South Toppenish Ave sh Washington 865 2944 TOP MART I 84 Il Fort Road 116 Chehalis Ave Toppenish Wash Toppenish Wash. 865 2888 865 5200 in for all your Come on shopping needs TOPPENISH LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO 428 South G Toppenish Washington 147 ADVERTISEMENT ADS NEW YORK LIFE IDEAL FEED AND SUPPLY 12 S. Fir lim Kelling 865-2830 Local 107Vz South Alder To enlsh Washm ton Toppemsh Washington pp 98948 g TOPMARTI84II U84I SUGAR CO Toppemsh Toppemsh Washington 885 5200 865 2888 865 3505 Toppemsh Washington CROSS ROADS CHEVERON Central Washnngton s most -I-OPPENISH 311 W Yakima Ave Yaklma Wash 248 5550 TOPPENISH WASHINGTON 865 2060 H 84 H UPHOLSTRY LOVELY YOU BEAUTY 211 S Chestnut and W Flrst Toppemsh 865 4336 SALON 'Auto glass Installed whsle you walt Toppemsh 'Auto TOPS 865 4430 'Seat Covers 'Truck Tractor and Boat Seats ln - , , G I IN Complete Sporting Goods Store 148 BRADER HAULING SERVICE 1219 1st Ave 829 5242 Zlllah Washington 98953 EL RANCHITO 1319 1st Ave 829 5880 Zlllah Washington 98953 CENTRAL HEATING 84 PLUMBING CO 912 N 5th Ave 248 5944 Yakima Washington GOMEZ TRUCKING Hnway 97 865 2810 Toppemsh Washlngton IDEAL FEED 84 SUPPLY Fort Road 865 4341 Toppemsh Washlngton NEILS HUSKEY STATION Fort Road Toppemsh Washington CITY ELECTRIC 817 Adams Ave Toppemsh Washington COURTESY COIN OP 7 South Alder FASHION FLAIR 111 jefferson Ave 865 3795 Toppemsh Wash FLOWER GARDEN 7 South Elm Toppemsh Washington BRANDING IRON CAFE Highway 97 865 5440 Toppemsh Washington 98948 865-4635 Toppenishrwasht 149 ADS ADS ZHhh VVadnngton 98948 Shoes for the entlre famrly FLOYDS FAMILY FOOTWEAR SQUEEZE INN SHERWOOD GLASS 611 1st ave. Toppemsh TED S AUTO PARTS 829 9093 West First Street Toppemsh GOOD FOOD 865 4199 TOP CLEANERS 2 South Alder 865 3381 Toppemsh Washington Toppemsh HUBA HUBA CAFE COAST TO COAST 1 South Toppemsh Ave 206 So Toppemsh Ave Excellent lunches Toppemsh l C PENNY CO NATURAL C-AS h A e 8, 15x South Toppemsh Ave 310 So. Toppenish Ave. 865-2930 2 865 3405 Toppenls v Toppemsh Toppemsh 865 3040 EMMY S HAIR FASHION KRUM INC 9 A So Toppemsh Ave Yakima Wash ngton 865 5621 LOGAN S FEED Barbra s Beauty Salon 202 s h D 865 2360 408 WGS! 4'h out 'V'S'O" Toppemsh Wash aes 3433 Toppemsh Conrads 214 So Toppemsh Ave R H Toppemsh Wash Lrndsey Real Estate P O Box 431 Toppemsh Washington 220 West 1st 5920 Toppemsh Wash 865 Toppemsh 1 1 I 865- 850 865-3685 I I . , i 150 Art Matthias Insurance 219 So. Toppenish Ave Toppenish, Wash. 865-3095 Bates Furniture 12-14 Washington Ave. Toppenish, Washington 865-2311 Top Ceramic Arts 84 Gifts 212 So. Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-2262 Coast to Coast 1 So. Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-3405 Coopers Lockers 11 So. Alder Toppenish, Wash. 865-2725 International Harvester 115 East Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-2500 LaCeIl's Garage and Auto Bath 315 East Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-4410 Natural Gas South Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-3040 Tic Toc Shop 210 South Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Wash. 865-3347 Tire Town 304 So. Toppenish Ave. Toppenish, Washington 865-3155 Del Monte East 3rd Ave. Toppenish, Washington 865-4105 Buena Amoco Hwy. 22 Buena, Wash. Dee's Beauty Salon 524 North Fir Toppenish, Wash. 865-2611 EI Corral Motel Hwy. 97 Toppenish, Wash. Soil Conditioners Toppenish, Wash. Emmys Hair Fashion Toppenish, Wash. Red Apple Motel North First Street Yakima, Wash. Yakima Auto Glass South First Street Yakima, Wash. Sigs Office Machine Yakima, Wash. Dr. Hisey Toppenish, Wash. Dr. Neufeld Toppenish, Wash. W. H. Harris Vet. Sak And Prichett S Dr. Underwood Vet. Zillah Drug Store 1. N. K. Hardware Dr. Reis Bert 84 Esters Ilfilflliikililkiklklkiklkllfikilfilllklklk ADS Beckman, Randy 14, 16, 62, Abercrombie, Chris 100 Abercrombie, Larry Abercrombie, Todd 88 Acob, Phillip 114 Affholter, Andy 10, 22, 31, 32, 33, 62, 64, 88, 96, 98 Affholter, Mr. 22, 31, 50 Aguirre, Dora 19, 25, 100 Aguirre, Fred 23, 88 A corn, Connie 13, 64, 92, 103 Aleck, Connie 13, 63, 68, 88 Alhtoff, Kim 114,132 Allen, joAnn 27, 63, 88 Allen, Mr. 10, 79 Allsop, joyce 12, 46, 57, 64, 100, 111 Amaro, Dan 14, 100, 104, 111 Anderson, Miss 27, 84 Anderson, Mrs. 79 Archer, Mr. 74 Armstrong, Lori 50, 88 Atherton, Sue 63, 88, 97 Azure, Lane 31, 88 Babich, janine 12, 17, 18, 37, 63, 100, 112 Babich, john 10, 22, 34, 35, 60, 64, 88 Babich, Mr. 84, 132 Bangs, Lori 62, 63, 114, 132 Barnes, Michelle 36, 55, 63, 64 Barnett, Diane 100 Barruntos, Loren 114 Barrett, Liz 19, 77, 88 Barrett, Roy 52 Bator, Mr. 83 Beckman, Kathy 36, 63, 64, 88 64, 114 Bell, jackie 12, 22, 61, 69, 71, 92,114,115,132 Benevides, Clavio 24, 26 Benz, Kurt 28, 114 Besel, Goer e 114 Bill, Richardg68 Biss, Lori 88 Bjur, Ron 10, 27, 100 Bfur, Sandra 27, 114 B anco, jaun 23, 65, 89 Blanchard, Catherine Boekholder, Mr. 75 Bouchey, Kevin 22, 46, 60, 63, 100, 101, 111 Bower, james 27, 52, 114 Bowman, jeff 50, 51, 64, 114, 132 Bowman, Mrs. 75 Brant, Chuck 34, 52, 98, 114, 132 Brant, Ken 10,100 Bremer, Mark 100 Bremer, Tan a 89 Brestar, Cindly 50, 51, 63, 101 Broderson, Brian 69, 89 Broderson, David 89 Brost, Earl 76 Brower, Shawn 28, 44, 49, 63, 115 Brower, Tracy 10, 23, 89, 91, 98 Brown, David 89 Brown, Debbie 50, 115, 132 Brown, Debbie jo Brown, Donna 76 Bruton, joAnn 63, 101 Bruton, Mrs. 77 Buckingham, Brenda 44, 55, 115 Burkybile, Sonia 68, 89 Burns, Wendell 34 Burr, Mr. 86, 132 Bush, Andera 63,115, 125, 132 Butler, Allen 34, 62, 115, 132 Butler, Kathy 64, 89 Cabera, Moncia 18, 63, 65, 115 Campbell, Darrel 34, 89 Campbell, Mr. 81 Camos, Tina Capetillo, Lupe Carl, Chuck 23, 89 Carl, Susie 101 Carnahan, Mark 27, 89 Castilleja, Alana 44, 54, 57 61, 63, 65,101,106 Castilleja, Fabian 24, 28, 46, 70, 71,101, 112 Cerda, Richard Cerna, jim 24, 25, 26, 34, 44, 115 Cerna, Tom 76 Chandler, Curt 16, 115 Chandler, Debbie 50, 51, 63, 64, 101, 103, 107 Chandler, Traci 89, 98 Chavez, Dottie 89 Christianson, Kristen 36, 71, 89 Clark, Phillip 44,115 Clarke, Don 115 Close, Deea 28, 55, 57, 64, 101 Collins, john 65, 90, 97 Collins, Sue 28, 50, 115, 132 Colwash, Danny 68 Conry, Brenda 90 Cook, Mr. 132 Corbett, Miss 13, 36, 86 Cordero, Bill 31, 32, 33, 61 Corey, Robert Cortez, Diana 65 Corpuz, Kyle 68 Corpuz, Sidney 68, 101 Correa, Lecitia 16 Covelli, Sharon 101 Cummings, Chuck 27, 101 Curfman, Sue 19, 63, 71, 101 Curtis, Lynette 63, 64, 90 Dalrymple, Mr. 74 DaVee, jeff 115 Dean, jody 101 Dejesus, Arturo 28, 90, 115 Derry, Mary 76 Dignum, Howard 115 Dixon, Mike 52, 70, 115 Doolin, jeni 70, 90 Doolin, Lori 49, 115 Doublerunner, Darryl 34, 68, 90 Downs, Mrs. 79 Duhrkoop, Sharon 19, 49, 63, 101 Duncan, Noel 27, 28, 52, 115 Dunn, Robin 71, 90 Earl, Wayne 49, 102 E eland, Richard 76 EENell, Leanita 68, 90 Elwell, Shirley Escobar, Adam 24, 26 Esquivel, Ervy Estimo, Alfredo 23, 68, 90 Estrada, Sylvia 61, 65, 92, 115, 132 Everett, julie 102 Fairbrother, jean 116 Farias, Ramon 22, 31, 32, 62, 64, 70, 102, 104, 110 Farguharson, jayne 63, 90 Felan, jaun 10 Ferguson, Kim 49, 90, 97 Fernandez, Tami 116 Fernstrom, David 102 Fine, jim 90 Fischer, Robert 14, 89, 90, 91, 96 Fischer, Ruth 37, 61, 62, 63, 64, 92, 117, 132 Fine, jim 90 Fisher, Cathy 116 Fleming, Mary Ann 44, 49, 92, 117, 132 Flores, Daniel 70 Flores, Rolando 24 Flores, Tina 37, 63, 64, 117 Forgey, Rich 37, 61, 62, 63, 64, 88, 91 Forgey, Ron 34, 35, 46, 62, 117 Foster, Wendy 49, 64, 102 Frank, joey 27, 109 Frank, Riley 91 Franklin, jeff 14, 16, 62,117 Franklin, Kevin 117 Froemke, Cyndi 13, 49, 56, 91 Froemke, janice 28, 49, 56, 64, 71, 118 Fulmer, joyce 118 Gadle ,joe 24, 26, 118 Gallagher, Mrs. 74 Gallegos, Ben 68 Gamble, Tom 60 Gamboa, Andy 10, 23, 91 Gamboa, Yolanda 61, 65, 118 Ganuelas, Steve Garcia, Gloria 55, 64, 102 152 Garcia, Mary 13, 64, 91, 92 Garcia, Richard Gardea, Connie 61, 65 Gardner, Dorothy 76 Garrison, Lori 91 Garza, Gloria 91 Garza, Mary Lou 50, 65, 118 Garza, Santos 10 Gehlen, Chris 16, 102 Geiss, Tana 92, 118 Genman, David 62, 64, 118 Gettsingen, Dorothy 76 Goben, Martin 91 Gomez, Randy 52, 103 Gonzales, Dixie 103 Gonzales, Eddie 24, 103 Gonzales, Lucio 103 Gonzales, Lupe 65, 70 GC3IgZ3l6S, Paul 10, 23, 31, 91, Gonzales, Phillip 22, 31, 33, 103 Gonzales, Sally 70 Gordey ike 52 91 , M , Green, Sheri 63, 92 Gullman, Mr. 74 Gunnier, Charles 10, 69, 92 Gutierrez, Benny 51 Gutierrez, Mrs. 75 Gutierrez, Tony 65, 103 Guzman, Cindy 118 Guzman, Roger 24, 26, 52, 92, 98 Haba, Miss 37, 63 Ha erman, Glen 64, 118, 132 HaFdeman, Betty 13, 46, 63, 101, 104, 111 Halvorson, Karen 36, 63, 64, 104 Halvorson, Linda 27, 63, 92, 104 Halvorson, Mrs. 74 Hansen, Brad 60, 104 Hansen, Kris 71, 118, 132 Harris, Darla 104 Harris, Robynn 65, 118, 129 Hauf, Mary 76 Heemsah, Terry Heit, Randy 10, 104 Heit, Renee 13, 33, 119, 132 Helms, Steve 10, 27, 92 Henle, Kim 11,12,18, 57, 62 71, 104, 109 Hernandez, Priscilia 65 Henry, Martha 68, 92 Henry, Kris 63, 104 Herrea, Francis 65, 105 Hert, Kathy Hettich, Maidie 76 Hinchey, Renne 105 Hiner, Debi 70 Hiner, joe 24, 25,119 Hobbs, Dennis 52, 119 Holmes, julie 105 Holwegner, Vickie 11, 12, 44 119 Hoon, Chris Hosman, Hugh 10, 23, 64, I 92, 95 Hosman, Mr. 74 Howtopat, Kevin 68 Hubert, Brenda 63 Huylar, joAnne 64, 92 Huylar, Steve 22, 62, 71, 105 lannetta, Mr. 86 Lott, Mr. 81, 132 Love, Vicki 106 Lowe, jesse 52 Lozano, Tom 16, 31, 32, 62, 121, 129 Lunyou, Gary 121 McAlexander, Steven 93 lbarra, Arturo 16, 119 Ide, Betsy 17, 18, 33, 64, 71, 105 Ide, Mike 27, 28, 44, 120 Ingram, Geneva 76 jackson, Mrs. 75 jacobs, jay 10, 92 jacobs, joe 71, 120 jaramillo, Sam 49 jefferson, Valerie 105 jensen, Doug 22, 60, 105 jensen, Will 69, 105 jim, Debra 18, 68 jimenez, jose 24, 65, 89, 92, 98 johnson, johnson, Ellis 76 john 61, 65,105,108 johnson, Lisa 65 johnson, Mr. 24, 26, 83 johnson, Shirley 13, 63, 92, 33 johnson, 71, 105 Sonya 27, 63, 64, johnson, Stan 22, 51, 106 jones, Bonnie 28, 62, 71, 92, 120 jones, Cara 70, 106 jones, Mr. 83, 132 jones, Vanessa 70, 92 jones, Vickie 36, 56, 70, 120 juarez, Flora 65, 120 Keene, Mr. 85 Keeth, Miss 56, 85, 92 Kerby, Gary 10, 93 Kilgore, Mr. 71, 86 Knight, Shelia 54, 120 Kormil, Riley 76 Krahn, Steve 106 Kramer, Scott 27, 44, 51, 120 Kroll, Patty 106 LaCell, Penny 63, 93 Langan, Diane 50 Larson, Karen 63, 64, 92, 106 McAnulty, Penny 121 McClintock, Mike 93 McCoy, Melissa McDougall, Roger 106 McFarland, Lori 37, 44, 52, 63, 93,121,132 McFarland, Mike 14, 27, 31 McGinnis, Missy 11,106,109 McMilIin, Butch 60, 69, 107 MaComber, jeff MaComber, Melody 56, 92, 121 Maldonado, Nadine 65, 70, 121 Marin, Ellia 107 Mar uez, Nanci 107 Marslmall, Mary 76 Marshall, Randy 60, 107 Martin, Lupe 65,121 Martinen, Carrie 63, 64, 71, 121 Martinez, Manuel 76 Martinez, Maro 14, 23, 52, 93 Martinez, Teresa Martinez, Veronica 18, 61, 65,121 Mason, john 76 Masset, Charles 76 Mateicka, Andy 93 Mateicka, Tracy 16, 28, 52, 121 Mears, Randy 52 Mercer, Mr. 84 Merck, Terry Micheal 60, 122 Merck, Terri Lynn 27, 51, 93 Merrill, Casey 93 Mesa, Ray 22, 92, 93 Meyers, jack 107 Meyers, jeff 115, 122 Meyers, julie 63, 64, 94 Mil er, Debbie 122 Miller, Donald 107 Miller, jos Miller, Rhonda 94 LeClair, David 10, 34, 93 Lenhardt, Ken 49, 93 Leon, Marty 49, 65, 106 Leon, Pat 52, 93 Leos, Rosalva 93 Lewis, Dennis 60, 69, 106 Lewis, Eric Lommers, Elaine 63, 64, 93 Lommers, Sharon 36, 37, 120, 132 Longoria, Enedelia 11, 12, 17, 18, 50, 62, 63, 65, 120 Lott, Lisa 63, 92, 120, 132 Lott, Lucy 46, 50, 63, 64, 92, 106 Miller, Sheri 122 Mirosh, Mr. 77 Molano, Irene 89, 94 Mondragon, Leo Morales, Mario Morrison, Beth 50, 51, 54, 106, 107, 108 Morrison, Doris 11, 12, 17, 20, 32, 63, 71,122 Morrison, joseph 44, 122 Morrow, Sandy 27, 107 Moses, Cooky 107 Muehe, Mrs. 80 Myers, Cliff 122 Myers, Mike 14, 62, 71,107 Myles, Roby 94 Myron, Kurt 14,16, 62,122 Myron, Mr. 77, 132 Navejar, Richard 44 Newman, j.D. 28, 49, 107 Nielsen, Mark 27, 28, 44, 52, 122 Nishi, jon 14, 46, 62, 64, 122, 125 Olivarez, Steve 123 Olivas, Sylvia 44, 55, 62, 63, 123 Oliver, Tammie 13, 33, 50, 51, 63, 64, 70, 103, 104, 107 Oleda, Raul O ney, Tom 94 Omlin, Carole 28, 63, 71, 123 O'Neil, jill 37, 50, 51, 63, 64, 69, 123, 132 Ortiz, Eloisa 56, 92, 107 Owens, Bernice 68, 70, 123 Oziah, Leroy 94 Ozuna, Diana 65, 94 Ozuna, Maria 61, 65, 71, 108 Ozuna, Omar 123 Pardo, Nora 61, 65, 123, 132 Park, jeff 27, 28, 52, 123 Patnode, Greg 60, 123 Patrick, Bryan 24, 31, 108 Paul, Harvey 123 Perez, Dann 52, 108 Perez, DaviJ94 Perez, Ray 16, 94 Perez, Samuel 52 Perrault, Perry 16, 62, 64, 115, 124 Peters, Susan Peterson, Sue 16 Pettingill, jeff 14, 16, 94 Phifer, Bonita 94 Pinkham, Glen 14, 68 Polley, Lynda 28, 60, 124 Polley, Mr. 75 Pope, Dean 49, 94 Potter, Mrs. 75 Pratt, j.C. 108 Pratt, jill 95 Pratt, Tina 68, 95 Pruneda, Lisa 49, 95 Pruneda, Rudy 16, 34, 65, 125 Quick, Mark 52, 108 Quigley, Pam 11, 12, 44, 62, 63, 125 Rambur, john 125 Ramirez, Connie 16, 65 Ramirez, Rachel 65, 125 Ramos, Carmen Ramos, jenny 27, 44, 51, 92, 124 Raymond, Darla 51, 108 Raymond, Marcia 76 Razey, Alene 124 Razey, jerry 153 Razey, Tim 108 Rebellosa, Michelle 70 Rebellosa, Sally 54, 61, 65, 106, 108 Rebellosa, Tony 95 Reeves, Dennis 27, 125 Reeves, Duane 27, 108 Regimbal, Alan 14, 34, 62, 71, 108 Regimbal, Lisa 61, 63,125 Reid, Stephen 62 Rentschler, Mark 27, 52, 109 Resendez, Elizabeth 56, 109 Reyes, Alfonso 24, 28, 71, 125, 132 Reyes, Arthur 10, 23, 34, 95 Reyes, Dan 10, 95 Richards, Mrs. 79 Riney, Bruce 27, 109 Ring, Karie17,18, 46, 61, 62, 63, 64, 125, 132 Riojas, jamie 23, 95 Rios, Mr. 24, 26 Rishor, Mike 22, 52, 71, 109 Rodriguez, Balvina 65, 70, 124 Rodriguez, Clara 56, 65, 92, 124, 132 Rodriguez, Fernando 10, 24 Rodriguez, Loranzo 34, 65, 95 Rodriguez, Ralph Rolison, Debbie 109 Rosenow, Tracy 124 Rose, Ted 76 Roth, Darren 44, 124 Roth, Daryl 95, 97 Roth, Dennis 5, 7 Roth, Renee 13, 51, 57, 63, 64, 71,107,109 Sainsbury, Ben 124 Salzar, F orentia 124 Salzar, Lecho 95 Salinas, Mark 95 Saluskin, Steve 27 Sample, joyce 76 Sanberg, Don 16, 124 Sanchez, Diana 70, 124, 132 Sanches, jose Sargeant, Mrs. 44, 80, 132 Sauceda, Gloria 61, 70 Sauceda, Rosie 49, 96 Saucer, Betty 56, 126 Scarlett, Karin 13, 36, 46, 63, 64, 96 Scarlett, Will 34, 62, 126 Schelert, Allen 96 Schelert, David 60, 127, 132 Schelert, judy 109 Schellenberger, Mr. 81 Schlenker, Daniel 96 Schlenker, jerry Schmidt, Pete 76 Schneider, Edra 65, 127, 132 Schnellbach, jack 27, 31, 96 Schoonhoven, jennifer 96 Schumacker, jeff 126 Schuster, Elmer 68 Schuster, Lynn 126, 132 Scott, Karen 71, 109 Sealock, Harold 27, 60, 109 Sealock, Karolynn 88, 89, 96, 98 Sears, Tim 23, 34, 49, 64, 92, 96 Sevigny,1eff 14, 24, 25, 26, 62, 109 Shawnee, Chuck Shea, leanie 44, 127 Shea, Mr. 52, 84, 132 Shuster, Aurelia 19, 70, 96 Sifuentes, Edd 10, 24, 26, 96 Sinclair, Russeh Sisson, Bob 96 Sisson, Cynthia 56, 109 Smith, lerri 13, 49, 63, 64, 92, 96 Smith, Tim 60,92,132 Southards, Bryan 14, 16, 51, 103, 105, 108, 110 Speer, Brenda 55, 62, 64, 65, 126 Speer, jeff 10, 49, 64, 91, 97 Stafford, Rick 126 Stagner, jamie 68 Steinmetz, Lori 28 Steinmetz, Mrs. 77 Steinmetz, Sandy 110 Stiltner, Mr, 16, 80 Stone, Sylvia 49, 50, 97 Strom, Michelle 13, 63, 97 Strom, Mr. 10, 23, 68 Strom, Rommel 24, 68,127 Strong, Sandra 28, 50, 63, 64, 110 Stoops, joe 31, 33, 62, 127 Stoops, Tom Stuart, Karen 50, 51, 110 Stump, David Suggs, Debra 27, 63 Su ivan, Linda 49, 63, 64, 70, 97 Sullivan, Pat 14,62,127,132 Sutton, Mike Sweeza, Tim 52, 97 Switzler, Winna 68 Taffolla, Paul Ta scott, Victor 110 Tebb, Tom 126 Tilley, Charolett 70, 97 Thomas, Darren 27, 28, 44, 110, 126 Thomas, lim 22, 34, 60 Thompson, Gloria 127 Thompson, Sabrina 110 Thorington, Robin 44, 51, 58, 127 Tobia, David Tobia, Sue 51, 95 Tobias, David 24 Tobias, Yolanda 97 Tollefson, Caryn 37, 49, 57, 61, 63,115,127,132 Tollefson, Cathy 13, 101, 110 Tollefson, Mr. 18, 80, 132 Torres, lim 97 Treneer, Bill 31 Trujillo, Mitchell 14, 31, 33 I 50, 51, 64, 110 Tulee, Francis 24, 68, 110 Tulee, Leonard 68, 127 Uscola, Richard 60 Vanalstine, Rodney 51,111 Valalstine, Ronica 97 Vandenbrink, Mr. 132 Var as, Marie 129 VeaTs, Mr. 76 Vela, Anita Vela, Nick 10, 24 Vickerman, Merlin 31, 50, Vi arro, Ramiro 71, 111,112 Vi anueva, Gus 128 Villanueva, Ralph 14, 24, 25, 26, 65, 129 Villegas, Ralph 97 Vogel, Brian 34, 35, 49 51,111 E Wahapat, Antoinette 68, 111 Wahsise, Annie 97 Wahsise, Paula 68, 111 Walker, lack 129 Walker, Sharon 33, 44, 54, 63, 129 Webber, Catherine Webber, William 49, 98 Weibler, Mr. 81 Wentz, Bill 60 Wentz, Elaine 60, 98 Wentz, Gary 60, 98 Whitaker, Rosie 128 Whitefoot, Sandra 36 Wiaal, Mr. 76 Wi ard, Miss 18, 85, 132 Williams, Cindy 111 Williams, Eric 27, 129 Williams, Mrs. 61, 65, 83,132 Williams Randy 129 Williams, Steve 128 Willey, Mark 127 Willy, ore 52,98 Willy, Mari111 Wilson, 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