Elsinore Union High School - El Lago Yearbook (Wildomar, CA)

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I 940 I: 'WAIQ Fclxtmg the annual has been to most of the staff most en Joyable At flrst we had only a Vague ldea of what was ahead of us but as we went on we found each day full of mterestm and valuable experlences Our pride ln the cooperation and loyalty of all IS equalled only by our pleasure m the complet ed results lr IS wnth much gratitude that we the annual staff present EL LALO of 1940 to the students and faculty f Elsinore Umon H1g,h School We hope that thxs wlll help keep fresh the memorxes of your happlest years your hlgh school days l2l l -1 , 1 1 " . , , . . 0' ' 1 gg, - . v In w O . . .Y I . . v . Forward D Cllcatlon The Chlef The Faculty Student COUDCII Classes Or amzatrons Sports ACtlVltlCS Wel Advertlsm ,L X e N 7, ci ma ' qu A NIL! NNQJIS Q 1345 3,7' a fs:-G+ Q f' Q CDNTENTI 'N 4 r 5- j , sc. Q N . 1 U N ' 4 1 S " ' ........ 4- 5 ' -.... . . . 7 Annual Staff ........ 9 ' ....... I0 . . . . . . . . ll-22 g ' ' ....... 23-32 . . . , . . . . 33-46 ' " ........ 47-54 l - - - I? ....... 55-62 ' ' g ........ 63-75 3 of l9401a dedicated to HJ As a tribute to his unfailing cooperation and interest, lil Lugo vw WILLIAM A CASS I 5 1 f ' A ' 4 x f wi ' 1 i 1 ' 2 1 i 5 3 1 5 5 a i i R. If CHIEF To Mr O P Hornaday the edntor and her staff express heartfelt thanks for his valuable assistance and helpful cocpera tlon We would lzke also to express the smcere apprecratlon of the student body as a whole for the untlnng effort that Mr Hornaday has devoted to the up bulldmg of the morale of the school and to the improvements rn the physxcal features of the campus I 1 55 99 7 I 'ur il Standing Mr Hughes Mr Smith Mr Caass Mr Hornaday Mr Houdlng Mr Kahm Sitting Miss Young Miss Flege Miss Campbell Miss Newstetter Miss Happe Miss Hunt I-IE FACIJLT Mr. Otis P. Hornaday Principal Southwestern College University of Chicago University of Kansas .S. . Mr. William Cass Vice-Principal English Journalism University of Oregon Pomona College Oregon State Mr. Frank Houding Science Athletics Columbia University Gettysburg U. Mr. C. W. Kahm Athletics Mathematics Nebraska Wesleyan Univensity of Iowu. .S.. Mr. Maurice Smith Shop LaVerne College Claremont Miss Josephine Newstetter Home Economics Dramatics Santa Barbara State College University of California at Los Angeles Miss Elizabeth Young Secretary Elsinore High School '39 ISI Miss Marybelle Fiege Commercial University of California. at Los Angeles Miss Doris Campbell Music English Chapman College U. S. C. Miss Anne Happe English Social Science Librarian University of California at Los Angeles Miss Doris Hunt Foreign Languages Physical Education University of California at Los Angeles ANNUAL STAFF Each member of the 1940 El Lago staff has worked hard to make thxs annual a fme publlcatlon Any success It may have rs In part clue to the help of Mr Cass and Mr Hornaday The staff also wrshes to express lts apprecnatlon to Mr Cannlrott of the Los Angeles Engravmg Company whose advlce has been most helpful to the Elsinore Leader Press partrcularly Mr Frlshman and Mr Summers prmters of El Lago to Mr Curtxs who has taken all the plctures and to the merchants of Elslnore and vncmxty whose aclvertrslng has helped fmance thls book GEORGE DABICI-I Art Editor F.1- JEAN SCHERNER BOB SCHERNER Edltor m Chxer A S B President Boys Activitxes and Sports Edltor VIRGINIA TORBETT Classes and Music MARJORIE ANDERSON Busmess Manager VIRGINIA PALMER OUISE BAER RUTH BOONE Alumnl and History Gxrls Sports dz Actlvltles Calendar l l9l af wr- ? , ' ' l l 3452: W .., ...V.,. Q zubqllvv Q H fi ' 4 1 l , 1 - . ,L . . . S S of sf Q . . A 1 Y-"., V . ...stir . EEE, 'i Standing Mr Hornaday C Gettemy B Scherner H Gettemy Burnham Bouris Slttlng Baer J Scherner Starr Scnwartz Torbett STUDENT CUIJNC L The Student Council IS composed of the Assoclated Student Body offlcers and the presidents of the classes and varlous or gamzatnons The Councxl makes declslons concermng the awardmg of letters and makes up the calendar for the year The Councll Mr Cass and Bob Scherner ln partxcular revxscd the constxtutlon better to care for future school and student B preslclent Mary Torbett A S B treasurer Lounse Baer A S B secretary ean Scherner edltor El Lago Cliff Get temy presndent of Boys Federatxon Loulse Flack presxdent of Gxrls League Phyllxs Starr presldent of semor class Har old Gettemy presldent of Jumor class Llewelyn Burnham presldent of sophomore class Hercles Bourxs presxdent of freshman class ll0 problems. Members of the Council were: Bob Scherner, A. S. . . - 2 J , ' 2 ' - l CLAS 3 Sli IDD CLA!! DI: 1940 PHYLLIS MAY STARR Phyllls Lettermans Club 1 1 3 4 Scholarship 1 3 4 Senior Class President 4 His tory Club 34 Senior Play 4 Senior Assembly Very excited and a lxttle thnlled at the prospects of bemg sen xors at last the class of 1940 wlth the alcl of its two advisers MISS Flege and Mr Smlth selected offlcers for the fmal year m hrgh school Those chosen to take the responslbllxtxes were Phyllxs Starr presrdent lvan Baldwm vnce presldent Roy ohnson secretary and Phxl Hurd treasurer Dunng the year the semors partlcnpated ln many socxal events Outstanclmg among these was a Samt Patrlck s Day dance t whlch the Perrxs hugh school was mvrted Some of the other actnvltxes were a noon dance and a Hallowe en party gxven for the semors by the presldent Phyllns Starr Every member came rn costume PYIZCS were glven for most attractnve and most comlc costumes The semor play Sprung l'ever was very successful and a crecht to all who took part m nts procluc txon ln the mxclst of all of these events the class went to Big Pmes for a clxtch clay The last actlvxty of the class was a semor assembly gxven for the enjoyment of the entxre school Ar the assembly the semors welcomed the mcommg freshmen The ser mon for the gracluatmg class and the Commencement exercxs es completed the year ancl left the group wxth many memorles to chensh xn future years U3 i Y, - ,,,, ,.,,,,,,, 1 , , 0 I , . i . . 4. l . 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IEIQAIDUATEI ROBERT JORDAN SCHERNER Bob Football 4 Basketball 1 234 Tlack 34 Baseball 4 A S B President 4 Semor Play 4 DORIS ANN SCHWARTZ Schwartzle Basketball l 2 3 4 Base Club 1234 AS B Yell Leadex 4 Class Yell Leade 1 2 3 Usherettes C ub 4 JEAN MARGARET SCHERNER Jeanme Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Acc Boys Glee Club 2 3 Acc Glrls G1 e Club 2 3 Edl tor of El Lago 4 Jaza Orchestra 1 2 3 VlO11Il Quartet 3 4 DAVID YOUNG Dave Basketball 1 2 4 Football 4 Track 4 CLIFFORD NEUMANN GETTEMY Cllff Presldent of the Boys Federation 4 ANN LOUISE BAER LOU Semor Play 4 Sextet 3 Basketball 234 Usher ettes 34 Glee Club 34 U11 MARY OLIVE TORBETI' Mary A S B Treasurer 4 Semor Class Play 4 Glee Club 1 Perrls Exchange Assembly CLAUDE MERLE JONES Red Basketball 1 2 Stage er 2 Orchestra 4 ball l,2,3,4g' 'Ijeiterniaa CLIFF-ORD NEUMANN 4: Senior Agsembly 45' Crew 2: C1aSS'YguLead- ls A V ' . MILES WILLIAM THOMPSON Mxles Scholarshlp 1 2 3 4 Hls tory Club 3 4 Spamsh Club 34 Latln Club l 2 ALBERTA MAE HARDING Bert Baseball 1 2 3 4 Arch ery 3 Dramatlcs 2 V01 leyball 1 2 3 4 Basket bal 1 2 3 4 Badmlnton Stan Orchestra 4 Track 4 Hlstory Club 3 Jazz Or chestra 4 Debate Club MARJORIE GRACE ANDERSON M1dge Glee Club 3 4 Scholar shlp 1 23 4 Latln club 1 2 1-llstory Club 3 4 Sen 10 Play 4 Class Presl dent 2 RUTH ENID BOONE Ruth GIFIS Sextet 3 Glrls Glee Club 3 Llbrarlan Scholarshlp 2 3 4 Hxstory Club 3 4 Basket ball 4 WELDON MILTON CARRERE Weldon Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Debat mg Club 3 Jazz Orches tra 34 Hlstory Club 3 MUSIC Edltor for Pellcar 4 Spanlsh Club 12 TORBETT G1nn1e Edltol IH Chief of Pell can 4 Annual Staff 4 Llbrarxan 1234 Schol arshxp 1 234 Glee Club 3 Hlsto 5 Club 34 WAYNE CLIFFORD BURNHAM Burme Spamsh Club 2 Foot ball 4 Basketball 1 34 Track 2 3 Tenn1s 2 3 4 Snorfs Eciltor of the Pell can 4 ff: " 1-21 " .2 . ' fx- . ' 3 - " ,L 3,4. Q . . STANLEY MAGAGNOSC VIRGINIA ANN JR. Q ' Si ' 2 , , , 3 L GIQAIDUATEI GEORGE DABICH George Basketball 1 23 Track 2 34 Baseball 234 Foot ball 4 Lettermans Club 34 Art Ed1tOI' of the Annual 4 DOUGLAS GRANT CALVIN Doug Latln Club 12 History Club 3 4 Class President 3 Senlor Play 4 Basket ball 14 Track 3 GLORIA RUTH ROYBARK Glorla Sergeant of Arms 4 Sen 1or Play 4 Glee Club 3 Volleyball 34 Baclmin ton 34 Baseball 4 ff V4 RUTH MURIEL GRANT Ruthle Glee Club 34 Latll Club 12 Asst Editor of Pelican 4 Senior Play 4 Senior Assembly 4 Briar Rose 2 ROBERT LEVEILLE Crumb GENE WILLIAM BECK JR Bill MARGARET JOAN STEWART Margaret Orchestra 34 Jazz Or chestra 3 4 SNOW BETTY JANE TORBETT Betty Orchestra 1 34 Jazz Or chestra 1 3 4 History Club 34 Scholarship 1 34 Girls Glee Club 34 Acc Boys Glee Club 4 RAYMOND HAROLD THOMPSON Stooge Brlar Rose 2 Glee Club 24 football 3 Spanish Club 3 4 ll 'PU' T7 6 .. ,. . 1 I 1 . . . . I ' . 1 ll lr . ' . I ' . I 3 f . I ' , I , I . , . I C I " C I . C l , H 4' U An 17 . , ' 1 . : - ' z Y I l , ' 1 ' , - 0 1 -as , 3 5 4 , i PHILLIP GORDAN HURD Phil Baseball 1 Spanish Club 2 Tennis 34 History Club 34 Class Treasur er 4 Presldent of Aero Club 3 MARY VIRGINIA PALIVIER JUANITA ROSE'I'I'A DALTON Nita Lxbrarlan 1 2 ROBERT EVANS Bo Virginia Semor Play 4 Football 4 Pelxcan Reporter 4 An nual Staff 4 Scholarshx Soclety 4 HISEOYY Clu 4 Volleyball 4 Basket ball 4 ROY SELMAN JOHNSON Wlmpy Orchestra 2 3 4 Glee 3 Briar Rose 2 Vlce President of Boys Fed eratlon 4 Semor Play 4 ELLEN LOUISE FLACK Loulse Basketball l 234 Base ball 1234 Volleyball l 234 G1rls League Pre sldent 4 Usherette Club 232 Lettermen Club 1 23 KATHLEEN JEAN WAGNER Kittie Sextet 4 Glee Club ball 1 3 4 Freshman class secretary 1 G1rls League vlce presldent 4 JOE ALLEN GEORGE oe Football 4 Track 4 Bas ketball 12 Senior Play 4 Glee Club 4 Spanish Club 34 - .. b., , , 3 C 3. Club 2,3,4g Football 1,2, 42 BHSk9tbB11 153.43 B8-See u - n "J " GIQADUATEI IVAN I BALDWIN MELBA ARLENE HYATT Bald1e Melba Semor Play 4 Track 3 Volleyball 12 4 Football 34 Hlstory Club 34 Vlce presldent of Lettermans Club 4 Vice president f he Semor Class 4 DOROTHY FRANCES: FREEMAN HARRIET FRANCES HART Hank etta 2 Basketball 34 Volleyball 234 HlStOYV Club 34 Semor Play 4 Dol t Usherette Club Lettermans Club 1234 1234 ball 1 2 3 4 Glrls Yell Leaclex 4 Class Yell Leader League Julnox CHRISTINA JAYNE CLOSSON Chrls Glee Club 34 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Pelxcan Reporter 4 Archery 3 MARJORIE MARY BALL Margie Scholarshlp 1 2 3 4 Jazz 234 Pehcan Staff 4 Lettermans Club 3 4 HISYOTY Club 34 4""e 5 G' U31 CORINNE LIBBY McGINNIS Corxnne Baseball 12 Glee Club 3 4 Volleyball 2 Basket oal 1 2 NELDA ARDELL THOMPSON Nelda 34 Glrls League secre tary 4 Archery 2 Schol arshlp 34 Basketball I . , - Z , . ., ,I l A , - I- o t Glee Club 1.2,3,4: Oper- Basketball 1,2,3,43 Basel Orchestra .lg Librarian I. Sektet'3,4C Glee Club 2- Qn., I . SEN IQCLAII ILL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN After much meclltatlon and consrderatxon the senxor class of one thousand mne hundred and forty wrltes thx as ltS frrst and last wlll and testament Our careful thou ht we h pe has made xt xmpossxble for anybody to feel sll hted ln the dlstrlbutxon of thls estate Bllly Beck leaves hrs ablllty to be the teacher s helper to Donald Shaw Blll 1 certam that ln the future Don will strlve to be as helpful as possible to the teachers Marjorxe Ball leaves her abxllty to cr1t1c1ze to one Paul Crews She clalms he IS next best to her when nt comes to telllng people what s rx ht and wron Bob Evans after lookmg over the three thm s he has to leave decldes to part Wlth lsabel hrs ever falthful auto Wlllln lt to Buzz ms teeny weeny lxttle brother Bob savs We gotta keep lt ln the family you know lvan Balclwm leaves hrs curly blonde halr to CUftlS Thompson who has hopes of a f1ne head of haxr one of these lovely sprmg days lVlelba Hyatt leaves her Texas clrawl to Mr Hornaday to make father llke son Roy Johnson leaves hrs clutles as mllkman to Roy Randy Randy knows so much ab ut other thlngs tnat there must be something he cloesn t know aboutl ean Scherner wllls her vlolm to Rudy Sauser whom she feels will carry on for her ln no uncertaln terms Rudy has the rhythm and stays on tune every once ln a whlle Glorla Roybark leaves her talert as a superb actress cllcl you see Sprung Fever3 to Dorothy Scherner Gloria hopes Dorothy wlll do th1n s with lt lVl1les Thompson leaves hrs teenv weeny part of Thompsonvllle to Tommy Hyatt who seems to have a ood foothold already Nelda Thompson wllls her chlld llke complexron to ohn Clark She hopes he wlll treat lt rlght for she would hate terrlbly to flnd xt covered wlth freckles P S Mercollzed Wax costs SI 00 a jar oe George leaves hls favorite nickname ughead to Dick lVl1ller and hrs other name Roundhouse to Albert LeGaye He thlnks he has cnosen wxsely Ceor e Dablch leaves hls artlstxc abxllty to Everette Rxos whose mltlals and cloodlm s lf vou ll notxce are dlstrlbuted round and about the school Louise Flack leaves her broad minded manner to Rusty Rupard who wlll 1nev1tably be a tall mmded person Defmxtely labeled a compliment Marjorxe Anderson after much thou ht has declded to leave her abll tv to act to the one time actress Phyllls Zlttell Nlldge demands however that Phyi lls act under the same clrcumstances as she dld m l 940 s Sprm Fever name ly the thlrd act' Kltty Wa ner leaves her extreme hel ht to Crystal Freeman Kathleen say There s nothln llke hel ht to lve a person a hx her look on lrfe Claude ones wllls hrs carrot top head to Margaret Holllster who wxll need lt lf ever she decides to become a Hepburn Well reallyl' Doris Schwartz leaves her sunsmny personallty to Nlarcheta Wilson Wlth thls personalltv plus her own brams Marcheta IS sure to succeed Labeled compllment Last but not least Cllfforcl Gettemy leaves hls affection for Nelda Thomp son to any fellow who feels he can llck Ted Sheld Sxgnecl THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1940 CSEALD Hitler CSEALJ MUSSOllDl SEALJ Duchess of Windsor CSEALJ Kate Smlth l9l v , S . g y 0 , g . . . . . . . . D Q . . . . . C7 0' . -Q cs' y g 1 . ' v g ' , ' lt . . . ,- - . v 1 ' - ' . .t . Q. - u . 1 J , ' v . . .. . - C -. . . . . . . . 5 . 3 U 0' . v o v '- . . . rt -v . . . J . J . . .. n . , . , , . ' . 2' y . . v . . . - g r . - - ' ' 1 v , ' . . . . . .x. , g , A.. ' v - , v ' . . . . t .. . U C7 - 3 v , . g g - 5' H t . . . . . . . ,Q g g g g ' - J - , A . , . . ,. . . . D v . 51 ' 1 ' Top Row-Cole Biggs Shaw G Audeoud Kzngsley Kxtch R Thompson Martmez Gettemy B Thompson Crews Middle Row Buchannan Gonzales Stumpf Dabich Celeya Evans Miller Flack Downs Hornaxiay Grubb Mr Houding Bottom Row Griffin Sheld Freeman Rail Taylor Zlttel Villa Miss Hunt Fish Hale Root Stmckland M Thompson Hyatt F Audeoud Wl1ll8!HS . N , -N. . . , ' - ., ,gal , . v - , V - - , - 1 . , ' . -" - f v f I , v . I 1 v - - 1 - - v v v v V , , , , v . v f - v - ' 9 - 1 v . , ' 1 v " x v u n v .I ' V ' . K . , . All DF 194 The Junior class started the year m the traditional manner by worrymg about fnnances, but wmth the aclvxce and assist ance of lVl1ss Hunt and Mr Houclmg advlsers the class soon overcame most of nts cllfflcultles Wxth the and of nts presldent Harold C-ettemy v1ce presldent Donald Shaw, and secretary treasurer Paula Root the class sponsored a mght dance a benefxt show a noon dance, and durmg the sports season many candy sales The last actlvxty of the year was the umor Semor Banquet held May I7 A night club theme was Caffled out Wanda Hale was at the head of the oommltlee to plan the affaxr whxch was very successful and enjoyed by everyone IZO Top Row Arguelles Urquisa. Michaels Perret Haskell Baldwin Daubenburger Arguello Lovett Cauch Valasco Barnes Hyatt Ezell Pltts Tyble Mlddle Row Mr Hughes Leon Almaraz Coats Staton I-Iazelton Purinton Burnham T Root Demeer H Root Adams Sauser Salgado Evans Townsend Thompson Miss Happe Bottom Row Delgadio Sotello Osborn Shaw Nicolas Thomas Boggs Lillie Griffin Almos Celeya Garner Wilson Morrell Hollister If I: 1942 sophomores began thelr second year of hlgh school They started thelr school actlvltles very early ln the year by teach mg the lncommg freshmen proper respect for school tradx tlons after whnch a dance was glVCh to welcome the new stu dents Although thls class has had few affalrs of lts own the members were loyal partlclpants ln all school actlvxtles Officers ofthe class were as follows Llewelyn Burnham president, Claire Llllle vlce presldent Lauretta Osborn secretary treasurer, and Helen Nicolas, yell leader I2 Under the guidance of Miss l-lappe and Mr. Hughes, the ll Top Row Fxsh Arthur McCrea Murphy Almarez Thompson McKenzie Flores Haynes Egleston Glbbons Arguelles Goad Hyatt Boscocci Bourxs S cond Row Almos Young E parza Ball Rorxpaugh Wxlks Smith Tate Morrell Kazmler Hanson Stumpf Cole Thlrd Row J M111er Rupard McIntyre A M11ler Enos Graham Schenk Boone Bodlne Martln Hyatt Brown Scherner MISS Newstetter Bottom Row Leon Oyas Sm1th Crews Byce Bachlm Arehart Michaels Flack Pearson Taylor Morrell Perclval C All DF 1943 Very lnvely but a llttle scared the freshmen reglstered last fall for then' first year of hlgh school Under the supervlslon of Miss Newstetter and Mr Kahm the class was organlzed and proceeded to elect class offncers The following were chosen Hercles Bourxs presldent Richard Young vxce president Alfred Kazmler treasurer, and Tommy Wllks yell leader The fnrst actlvlty of tl'-e neophytes m high school was to gxve an assembly for the entertamment of the entire school Latex m the year after enjoymv the tradltlonal party gxven by the sophomores thev gave one ln return lzz 1 . v v - v y , 1 f . , . , y , ' ' . - D 1 e ' - f 1 -J , , , . . 1 , . v , - 1 . . f v - , , V v , n . ' , , , . I ' 1 , , , . . v . , , , , v v . - , ' v n 4 y , n v - u o l . ' DDGANIZATIDNI N- ig AL Npfg-Xin 1 0 , ' . . fi' A . Q X ' . hi . . Lf I Q I I f 'I I' X Q u E. ' HN' h cn. I f ST DEN Drrlcfm -1 BOB SCHERNER MARY TORBETI' Presxdent Treasurer LOUISE BAER JEAN SCHERNER Secretary Annual Editor 16 DORIS SCHWARTZ MARJORIE ANDERSON Yell Leader Asst Yell Leader A very successful year has been completed by the student body under the leadershlp of Bob Scherner Some very excel lent assemblnes were held and the Constxtutnon was complet ly revxsecl A vacancy was left when Norman Rose vlce presldent, transferred to another school l25l DY 5 E V E GIIQLI LEAG The Clrls League held xts electlon last snrmg for thls year and the following officers were chosen Louise Flack presldent Kathleen Wagner v1ce presldent Nelda Thompson secretary OCIBVIH Flsh treasurer and Dorothy Freeman yell leader A Chrlstmas program was sponsored by the glrls of the League The only admlsslon charge for the program was some artlcle of food or clothm lnhese contrlbutlons were collected to f l boxes whlch were decorated at school with fCStlVC red and reen crepe paper decoratlons The League then dlstrlbuted them to make a happler Chrlstmas for a number of famllxes Several tlmes durmg the year the Qlrls League met ln the cafeteria and Dorothy Freeman led school yells and songs By meetm together this orvamzatlon promotes frxendshlp and Cfoocl fellowshlp l26 ' , xi s R .L . f , 1- . ' . . . . ' Y v 5 , Q . v ' I ' v V Q , Q 1 ' - ' cr ' il 5. ., 0' . D , . . Q. . . y . U . . . . o - 3 DVI FEDEIQATI ln the sprang of I939 the Boys Federatlon held electron of off cers Clxff Gettemy was chosen to lead the group Roy ohnson and Mr Cass were to asslst hlm as secretary and treas urer respectlvely Thls Group ns made up of all the boys of the school who are members of the student body At the begmnmg of the l939 I9-40 term the Federatlon was ln debt accordmg ly a collectxon was taken up among the boys each gnvlng ten cents The debt was not only paxd off but enough more was taken up to pay for the plcture m the annual At Lhrlstmas tnme the boys helped delxver the boxes to the needy At mter vals clurmg the year freshmen boys were appointed to keep the grounds around the school clean I-271 '45 .-4' K -- .r a A . . , . . , X A . , ' a - , , .. , . ' Y . Top Row-Strrckland Hollrster Taylor Hale Hart Root Bottom RowASchwartz Nicolas L Flack Mrss Flege L Flack Freeman Wrlllams USHEIQETTEI The Usherettes rs one of the most actrve groups rn school as the members are on cluty at every publrc functron given rn the audrtorrum as well as havrng prrvate socral affarrs of then own The frrst meetrng was held at the home of the group s aclvrser Nlrss Frege and the followmg offrcers were elected Lourse Flack presrdent and Louxse Baer secretary treasurer The most outstanclrng socral actrvrty of the year was the rnrtra tron of srx new members rnto the group They were Laura Flack Mary Taylor Helen Nrcolas Margaret Hollrster Beryl Wrllrams and Harrret Hart IZS v v v - . , . V v . . . . v v . . 1 v w - 1 . . - -L n 1 y 1 y 1 1 w , . With seventeen members the History club began its years act1v1t1es by electmg Ivan Baldwln presldent Louise Baer secretary treasurer and Phll Hurd SOCIBI chairman A very mterestmg tnp chaperonecl by Mr Hughes the adVlSCl' was taken to the Huntlngton Llbrary At the end of the flrst se mester fnve new Junlors who had met the requxrements of a B average for entrance were mltlatecl mto the organlza non To complete thelr actnvltles for the year thls group gave a very successful noon dance carrylng out the Valentlne theme I-IST new Pyp. Top Row Rail Palmer M Thompson Young Calvin Mr Hughes Hurd Magagnosc Baldwin Boone B Torbett Bottom Row Grxffm V Torbett Hyatt Flsh Villa Strickland N Thompson Ball Baer Wagner I 7 9 . 7 M JN X 3 l, is ,T we - - Z - l E? 4 Top Row M Thompson A Fish Kazmler Root Calvin Deemer C Thompson Middle Row Grant Anderson Lillie Ball O Fish J Scherner Bottom Row Morrell Crews D Scherner McIntyre Miss Hunt Miller Rupard V Torbett Wxlson LAT N Under the supervxsxon of MISS Hunt aclvxser many social actxvltles have been successfully carrled out by the Latin club The most outstandmg of these bemg a wlener bake at the ln the course of the year a progressnve clmner was held at the homes of several members Thus group has sponsored several candy sales and a noon dance Later m the year the Latm club was the guest of the Spamsh club when a swxm mmg partv and VlSlt to the Plke was enjoyed by all Ofht ers for the year were Claxre Llllle presldent Dlxon Deemer vice preslclent Mary Lou Morrell secretary treasurer and Octavla Flsh social chalrman l30 Aloha Beach, followed by an evening of skating at Colton. l Although the Spanish club has only recently been organized and recognized as an organization, it has completed a very successful year of social events. The first activity of the club was a swimming party and wiener bake at Glen lvy. Later in the year, a trip was made to Long Beach where the mem- bers ofthe Latin club, who were invited guests, and the Spanish club, enjoyed a swimming party and the amuse- ments furnished at the "Pike", This club sponsored several candy and pastry sales, and a noon dance. Miss Hunt was the adviser for this group, and she was aided by the officers: Miles Thompson, presidentg Joe George, vice presidentg Helen Nicolas, secretary-treasurer, and Don Shaw, social chairman. SPAN SH C Top Row Cauch H Hyatt Almaraz Townsend H Thompson M Thompson George Root Wilks Perret Martinez Gettemy Grubb A Ball Bourls Bottom Row M Ball Hollister Grlffln Miss Hunt Bodine Martin Hackenburg l3l Middle Row4McCre-a, McKenzie, T. Hyatt, Kingsley, Flores, Almos, Nicolas, N. Hyatt. Brown, I Top Row Deemer Townsend T Root H Root Thompson LeGaye Middle Row Miller Mclntyxe Hyatt Bodme Griffin Lillie Boone Ball Thompson V Torbett Nicolas B Torbett Bottom Row Starr Anderson Baer Palmer Miss Hunt Hyatt Fish Villa Rail SCI'IUlAlQSH I3 SDC ET Chapter 76 of the California Scholarship Federation under the leadership of Miss Hunt has been very active ln anuary seven new members were imtlated by a gala affair held in the cafe terra building One of the greatest accomplishments of the year were taken by the group during which they were conducted through the Ford plant Bell Telephone Co National Broad casting C and many other places of interest Officers for the first semester were Betty Torbett president Vlfglnla Torbett vice president Octavia Fish secretary treasurer Wanda Hyatt and Albert LeGaye social chairmen Officers the second se mester were Octavia Fish president Virginia Torbett vice presldent Virginia Palmer secretary treasurer Wanda Hyatt social chairman l32 ' 1 was the revising of the constitution. Many educational tours , Y 'V I - ' O., ' . ' ' . Q : , . 3 . . . i . . L I . . , - 3 ' . Q . Q. . ' - Q y SIDDDTI I 4 Top Row Rlos Burnham Scherner Hyatt Barnes Gibbons Almarez Baldwxn Oyas Mlddle Row Baldwm Evans George Kazmxer Bernard Hazelton S Dablch D Thompson J Stumpf Vega Bottom Row Levellle Magagnosc B Thompson Grubb Tate Jones Flack G Dablch Young Gonzales Salgado UTIBALI. Coach lxahm started the l939 season Wlth one returnmg let terman Bob KltCh The mexpenence of the players combmed wxth a dearth of poundage was too great a handlcap to over come A pre season game wlth Barstow was dropped 25 0 The San Bernardmo B team was taken m strlde 6 0 The Tlgers opened the R C L schedule by losmg to San acmto 25 6 wlth Kxtch scormg on a 30 yard Jaunt Hopelessly out classed by Hemet 47 7 KltCh made the seven pomts on a pass from Kazmxer and a place luck Elslnore rolled over a weak St Bernardme team 20 0 ln a practlce game ln the fmal con test of the season Elsmore bowed to Perrls 27 6 wlth Scherner scormv on a pass from Kltch good for 60 yards Elsmore was represented by Stumpf and Kltch on the All League team l35 . 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 - 1 L 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - f . . , . . , 1, - . - . , -. . U 11 . . 1 '- ... J , -' -1 D - . . 1 '1 - 1 'v 5 . ' . 5 .. , ,Y .. , HN lv ln., I' 1, 9. ,Y Y , ' ' ' 1 "u 7 , r Young Morrell Stum f C 1 p avln Baldwin Thompson Purinton Burnham 5 9 Burnham Captain IBASKE BALL The A team was very weak this year because there were only three out for varslty basketball therefore the Bees who dlcl not play ln the Bee game were used as A s ln thelr flrst game the Tlgers were beaten badly by Hemet SI I3 The Perrxs Panthers downed Elsmore on the victors court 45 9 The pressure was eased as San aclnto hanclecl out a 31 I4 defeat Hemet got wound up ln the second rouncl scorlng 75 dlgltS to the Tlgers 7 Laudo of Perrls scored 59 pomts to break the Southern Callforma scormg record and help Perrls wm 84 28 ln the fmal game of the season San acmto scored 43 pomts while holclmv the Tigers to 78 l36 . , . . jay' , - , 4 Q, A . . 1. I 'Q' . . ' , ' . u, N J I - . . . D .5 - I l U 5 Hazleton Evans Tate Gettemy Scherner Dabich Shaw Salgado IEEE BASKETBALL The Bees deserve a great deal of credit for winning Elsinore high school's first HB" championship. Elsinore opened the R. C. L. schedule winning a thriller from Hemet, 25-23. Scherner scored I5 points for Elsinore. A close game was lost to Petris. 23-20. Shaw led the attack with 8 points. Elsinore knocked San Jacinto off the leader's perch with a 32-27 victory, with Scherner tallying II points. ln the first game of the second round, Elsinore downed the Hemet Bulldogs, 29-24. Scherner accounted for ll points. Perris was taken in stride, 23-18. Scherner again came up with II points. ln the final game, l d for the championship Elsinore downed San Jacinto, P aye , ' ' ' f ll d h Shaw 35-I9, with Scherner scoring I3 points, o owe y wit l37l h l0. Scherner was high scorer in the league, with 62 points. Scherner, Captain Blggs Smlth Hanson Zlmmerman Urqulza Young Arguelles The Cee Basketball team started nts season ln hngh gear t roll over Hemet 41 3 wlth Dablch and Zlmmerman as thc heavy artrllery Another slaughter took Perrls 36 7 Then me team was weakened when Dablch was shxfted to the Bee squad Elsmore took the league lead defeatmg San aclnto turn game wlth Perrxs the Tlgers were upset I8 20 Wlth a last mmute rally the Cees downed San acmto Z2 ZI to w1n the champxonshxp The team consisted of the followmo Urquxza and Arguelles guards Zimmerman center Blggs and Hanson forwards l38 . . .. . O . . Y . J . 31-I 3. ln a freak game, Hemet was beaten, 4-0. ln a re- l " ' """-Q 4 v '.' McK M ,N '-.. H'v "IIT enzle Ezell Bouris Haskell Burnham Perret Haynes Almos Lovett DEE BASKETBALL The Dees started thelr R C L schedule by dumpmg Hemet I6 II wlth Lovett Uarnermg 8 pomts ln the next game Perrls handed Elsmore a I3 8 beating San acmto was tak en easlly I9 7 and Lovett T1ofer captam rang up I0 pomts return Game the Dees pulled an upset and defeated Perrns 33Il I3 ll The Tlgers outplayed the San acmto team and Lovett was a one man IlOt scorlnof 20 pomts Thls lert Perrls and Elsmore tled for flrst place The play off was held at Perrls and the Panthers staffed a last mmute rally to defeat Elsmore Z3 I9 wxth Haynes as hugh pomt man scormg I0 pomts I39 Lovett Captam I . . . QA ,I Y 2 ' Y . . - . G J . - ' ' v ' w s .3 ' s T ' ' On the local floor, Hemet took another trouncing, I6-8. ln' a , ' . , A 1 - - ' J ' , - . a a ' I T I Vega Zimmerman Dabxch Hazelton Audeoud Tate Celeya J Stumpf Scherner R Stumpf Evans Hornaday Salgado Haynes BASEBALL Wlth two days of practxce the Txgers journeyed to Perrxs to get knocked over l l 6 lm Stumpf and Bud Dabxch pitched for Elslnore Wlth Elsmore making four runs nn the last frame pxtched a 6 run game but Elslnore was stlll beaten 7 4 The Tlgers won another game by forfelture because Hemet played an lnellglble player Against San acmto Elslnore won the first game of a double header I4 4 Bob Evans hut his fourth home run of the season ln the second sesslon errors cost the Tlgers the game Vega and Zimmerman each hlt four basers The percentage column shows Elsmore wlth an even f1ve hundred three wlns and three losses l40 Hemet was dumped, 9-8. ln a return game with Perris, Dabich l Top Row Hostettler Young Dunham Rios Egleston Cole R Young Morrell Middle Row Lovett Bouris Urquiza Fish Evans B Baldwin Martinez Kazmier Flack Sal gado Haynes Bottom Row Biggs Arguelles I Baldwin Scherner Tate Magagnosc George Dablch Ezell TIQACK The turnout for track this year was very large The Tigers had only one practice meet a four way affair with l-lemet points The next cmder event was the annual inter class track meet The Juniors and seniors shared top honors with 57 pomts each The R C L meet was held at San acmto April 9 Because of the absence of a few members ot the team the Tigers were able to get no better than third with 90 pomts Schemer broke the only school record this year run ning the Class Bee 70 yard high hurdles in I0 3 seconds l4l Petris, and San Jacinto. Elsinore finished second with 90 I Top Row Clark Grubb Hurd Mr Houclmg Le Gaye Burnham Bottom Row Hollxster F1sh Sfnckland W1111ams Ball Mlller Rupard Martln TENNII Tenms matches started ln the mldst of the warm weather Wlth very httle practlce Elsmore played its flrst match wlth Perrxs the sec nd wxth San aclnto and the thlrd wlth Hemet Wayne Burnham played flrst smgles for the boys Phll Hurd second ham and Phll Hurd were the flrst doubles team Carl Cauch and Edward Perret the second The glrls team was made up of Margaret Hollister Octavla Flsh Beryl Wllllams and Fern Martm playlng first second thlrd and fourth s1n les respectlvely The flrst doubles team conslsted of Margaret Holllster and OCt3Vla Fish whlle lrma Shaw and Eva Mae Boggs played second doubles Nelther the boys nor the glrls tennls teams were experxenced but both groups played hard I47 5 . J . : . . Q Claude Jones, third: and Albert l.,eGaye, fourth. Wayne Burnt -l if Top Row Crews Byce Delgado Taylor Rarl Hyatt Frsh A Roybark Audeoud Root Hale S uckland M Thcmp on Wxllrams Baer Starr J Graham Arehart Mlddle Row Bachlm M111e1 Smlth K Boone Martln Rupard Miller Michaels Shaw Os borne Boggs Thomas M Morrell Wrlson L Flack Pearson Taylor E Morrell Bcttom Row Palmer Ball Harclrng G Roybark L. Flack Nlcolas Miss Hunt Freeman qchwfutz C Graham Halt Wagner R Boone GI DLI BASKETBALL Basketball was the second maJor sport scheduled for thxs year and for the major portlon of the glrls It was the most enjoyable Wh n the mter class tournament was held 1 large percentage of the glrls turned out and they were dl rected mto class groups out of whlch a captarn was chosen The results were Loulse Baer semor Ruth Strlcklano Junlor lrma Shaw sophomore and Katherine Boone fresh man Then the battle was on for the semors were deter mined to make up for thelr drsgrace m volleyball Make no for therr dlSgI'3CC they dld for the senlors walked off vslth t p honors llI1lOl'S were second sophomores were thlrd and freshmen were fourth The grrls seemed very enthusrastu. about this sport under Nllss Hunts cllrectxon The whole sen son was very pleasureable I43 . A 1 . 5 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , , . X Q . , U 1 - - 1 1 1 1 A 1 - "' 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - ' 4 1 - 1 1 1 - - V . . l 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 , 1 e L ' 1 . 1 ' 1 . . . 1 1 ' A - . .V , L . I H . . X . N . . . ' . 1 1 - 1 1 1 . If . , - 1 1 - s 1 . , ' . . . . f 1 , ' r . . 1 1 . . . , 1 -7 1 ,I 1 1 . . 1 . . Top Row Enos Crews Byce Delgado Taylor Rail Hyatt Schank G Roybark A Roybark Audeoud Root Hale Strickland Thompson Wllllams Baer Starr Boone Nlcolas Mfddle Row-Ovas Leon Baclum Mlller Sm1th K Boone Martin Rupard Miller Shaw Osborn Boggs Thomas M Morrell Wilson L Flack Pearson Taylor E Morrell Holhster Bottom Row Brown Hyatt Almos Gust Palmer Ball Hardmg Wagner Hart Miss Hunt I3 DLI BASEBALL Baseball practxce under the clnrectlon of Mlss Hunt started with a large number of glrls m each class Because Elsmore hugh school IS not ln the R C l.. girls league the glrls teams do not play wlth other schools Despite thxs teams were or ganxzecl and tournaments were played m May wlth the Seniors umors, Sophomores vs Freshmen umors vs Sopho mores Semors vs Freshmen, umors vs Freshmen, and Soph omores vs Semors Each gxrl must be a regular member of the team and play m the tournaments to get her letter I44 Freeman. Sclxvartz, Graham, Zittel, Michaels, Ji Graham, Arelrart, L. Flack. ' 1 vs. J ' ' . 3 J ' . - Top Row R Boone Harding Ball Rall Taylor Hyatt Fish A Roybark Audeoud Root Hale Strickland M Thompson Williams Zlttel Baer Starr Middle Row G Roybark Palmer Miller Smith Brown K Boone Rupard Miller Shaw, Osborne Boggs Thomas Hollister M Morrell Nicolas L Flack Freeman Bottom Row Hart Wagner Crews Byce Bachlm Enos Arehart J Graham Miss Hunt Michaels Martin Taylor E Morrell L Flack Pearson Schwartz GIIQLI I LE l3All. Volleyball is the first mayor sport during the school year The tournament which was the climax of the volleyball season men won first place with the juniors second sophomores third and seniors fourth The captains of the respectue teams were Evelyn Morrell freshmen, Wanda Hale Jun lor Irma Shaw sophomore, and Doris Schwartz sen'or The spirit of competition hits ll'.S peak at the tournament There was no outside competition in volleyball except when the freshmen played against Corona Elsinore was victorious in both frames played The girls who want to make letters have to be regular members of their class team in the tournament Volleyball was entered into with enthusiasm and another year is eagerly anticipated l45l . , was an upset this year. The ambitious and enthusiastic fresh- , . ' 1 , ' ' , l - o ' i ' I , TIGEIQI IN ACTIUN 113 P rms game 123 Salgado 33 SCM Ja game 143 S herner 153 Tne Hom Qommg gfmme vxclk 1133 Ready tr begm l46I 163 Kitch back Ato punt. 173 'The rfflddlef 183s1l1mpf klfk: Qfk. 193 R.'l11Y'1I1hl311S?. 1103 611380 ACTIVITIEI f x ki I 7 f W ! 4 fp- ,-- I xl X A If P. 'AQL' ' . lg L if ' , I I I I Top Row-C Graham Stephens Hyatt Martin Bodxne Rupard Boone Shaw Osborn Smith Middle Row Williams Strain Thomas Hackenburg McGinnis Sheld Miss Campbell Hollister Root Baer Thompson Torbett Bottom Row Johnlson Scherner McIntyre Miller Grant Anderson Hart Wagner Griffin GIIQLI GLEEC U The Glrls Glee club under Mlss Campbells dnrectlon well deserves the pralse recelved th1s year for thelr excellent muslcal programs The glrls were honored by bemg mvltecl to smg at the Rxverslde Teachers lnstltute where thelr efforts recelvecl enthusnastlc applause They provided vocal numbers for numer ous programs such as the annual Christmas program Muslcal mencement Those Slnglng soprano were Gloria Bodme Chus tma Graham Norma Hyatt Fern Martm Corrme lVlcG1nn1s can Mlller Helen Sheld C-lorla Smlth oyce Thomas Wxlle MaeGr1ff1n Florence ohnson and Marllyn Stephens second soprano Marjorie Anderson Katherine Boone Ruth Grant Neoma Hackenburg Harrlet Hart Margaret Nlclntyre Leeann Rupard Dorothy Scherner Kathleen Wagner altos Louise Baer Margaret Hollister Lauretta Osborn Paula Root lrmu Shaw Nelda Thompson Beryl Wlllxams and Marne Percwal l49 Q 7 1 Benefit, Perris Exchange, services for the graduates, and Com- . . . . . y ,H- J . 1 v , . . y J , . i Y . I Y , , 1 , ' l Top Row C Townsend Grubb Johnson Bottom Row D Thompson Stewart Miss Campbell Torbett Scherner All IQCHESTIQA Tue Jazz orchestra which consisted of eight members cho en from the regular orchestra completed a successful year under tue direction of Miss Campbell During the school year 1930 l940 this group has played at all noon dances and in addi sum was received for each performance which was used to buy the latest Jazz music The group included saxophones Bob Scherner Roy johnson Duame Thompson and Richard Miller trumpets Ed Grubb and Margaret Stewart drums Weldon Carrere piano Betty Torbett l50 N, . . . . A 4 , o tion, furnished music for some of the night dances. A small l The Girls' Sextet and the Violin Quartet, -organized for the first time this year, under the guidance of Miss Doris Campbell, made many appearances. The girls' voices have been heard in numerous programs such as the school assembly, Teachers' ln- stitute at Riverside, the Christmas program, the Petris Ex- change program, Musical Benefit, Parent-Teacher Association program, and the Public Schools Week program. Gloria Bo- dine and Marilyn Stephens, the latter taking Eileen Strain's place, sang soprano, Kathleen Wagner and Beryl Williams, se- cond soprano, Nelda Thompson and Harriet Hart, who took Louise Baer's place, alto. The Violin Quartet also has many performances to its credit, including the Perris Exchange pro- gram, Musical Benefit, Parent-Teacher Association. and Pub- lic Schools Week. Jean Scherner played the lead, Roy Randy second, and Eva Mae Boggs and Phyllis Zittel, alto. Betty Torbett accompanied the group. SEXTET AN QUAIQTET Top Row-Strain, Bodine, Baer, Thompson, Williams, Wagner Bottom Row Torbett Boggs Randy Scherner ZltI8l l5l1 "Spring Fever" was presented by the l940 senior class under the dxrectxon of Mlss Frege May 2 and 3 It was a three act comedy portravmg the mvolvecl compllcatxons of a mnstaken ldentlty ln a boardmg house at college The cast was Robert Evans Howard Brant Robert Scherner Ed Burns George Vlc Lewrs Louxse Baer Lou Herron Phyllls Starr Mrs Spangler Marjorle Anderson Anne Purcell Harrxet Hart VIVIBH George Douglas Calvln Henry Purcell Gloria Roybark Phoebe Purcell lVlary Torbett Maude Corey Roy ohnson Professor Bean and Ivan Baldwm Presldent Dxxon ZIP UQ O O o. E. Q7 -Q: V3 2. 0 0 s' O I3 D9 5 cn. D7 2 SL Q. : O C FY' O n. 0 D1 fl! FV' O o B 9' :s 0 n. FY o make thlS year s senior play outstandmg SENIDIQ DLA ,......W Roy Johnson Mary Torbett Glorla Roybark Douglas Calxin Loulse Baer Robert bcherner Margorle Anderson Miss Flege Robert Evans Harriet Hart Joe George Phyllls Starr Ivan Baldwln l52l Top Row Host ttler Jones Johnson Mlller Balclwm Magagnosc R Thompson Mlddle Row Blggs D Thompson Shaw B Scherner Almaraz Grubb Jennings Townsend Randy C Thompson Bottom Row Mlss Campbell Torbett G Taylor Rall Zlttel Boggs Bodlne M Taylor J Scherner Stewart UIQCI-1 ESTIQA The members of the orchestra cllrected by lVl1ss Campbell have worked hard to provlde accompaniment for various pro ductlons of the year Thxs group of students played for the annual Chrlstmas program the Musxcal Beneflt Publnc Schools Week program and at the services for the graduatmg class and for the Commencement exerclses The orchesta consnsted ot vlolms ean Scherner Gloria Bodine Eva Mae Boggs Kath leen Rall Mary Taylor Rey Randy and Phyllis Zxttel clan nets Vnctor Almarez George Blggs Bob Scherner Grace Tay lor and Don Shaw saxophones lvan Baldwin Glenn Hos tettler Roy ohnson Stanley Magagnosc Richard Muller Dualne Thompson and Claude ones trumpets Ed Grubb Margaret Stewart Claude Townsend and Bob ennmgs trom bone Curtis Thompson drums and bass Weldon Carrele, pnano Betty Torbett l53l N I SQL , fe. .. ,Q ' ' - - . . . , 1 - - , 1 - - , . . m . , - , 1 1 -Q n , I 1 .J , , T , - y v ' n s " 1 v y 1 ' n a v n ' , J , , , . 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CALE DAD School began 2 I I Enrolled OCTOBER Played Football wlth San acmto The Freslsmen gave an assembly Played Football with St Bernardmes Phyllis Starr gave the Senlor Class a Hallowe en party Played Football wlth Hemet The Sophomores welcomed the Freshmen class wlth a party dance NOVEMBER Armxstlce Day Assembly Played Football with Perrrs Home coming for alumm 27 Thanksglvlng vacatlon I9 DECEMBER Freshmen gave the Sophomores a return party an 2 Vacatlon JANUARY IZ and I3 Basketball season starts Played fzrst game with Hemet I8 and I9 Played Basketball wrtn Perrls 25 and 26 Basketball games wrth San aclnto 26 End of Fxrst Semester FEBRUARY I 2 Played Basketball wrth I-Iemet 7 Semors went to Blg Pmes for their annual dxtch clay Hrstory Club noon dance I6 San acmto and Elslnore played basketball MARCH Perrls gave Elsinore an Exchange program 8 Seniors gave a nlght dance EISIDOYC gaVC PCIYIS an Exchange pl'OgYalTl Musrc Department program glven I 7 25-Sprm vacatlon APRIL 3 La Verne Colle e quartet featured at an assembly 76 Publrc Schools Week 24 Publlc Schools Nlght MAY 2 3 Senlor Play 74 umor Sem r Banquet 29-Senror Assembly Elghth Grade day 30 31 Vacation JUNE 7 Services for the graduates 6 Graduation exerclses 7 Last day of school I 54 I I- . . I 3- ' J ' . I9- . . 20- ' . ' 2 7- ' . lov- . . I I- ' ' . IL 2 I . - ' . .- h ' J 83-Basketball games with Petris. I4- ' I . 15- -n J . . li . . I 5- ' ' . 22f - ' an . .. -J U - 'cg l. Wlfll.....I.T ul ii-,f i I A:-415.1 swi- . EV I gn- ' ,f ?"'K f' ...-,f , 1,,, 7 I . 4' - SNAP! 5 113 Gardema Gettemy 123 Ferdmand 133 Th1nk1ng'P 143 D1sgusted 1o3 Answer to a maldens prayer 163 Flshermans paradxse 173 Tub 183 Mmdge 193 Screws, 1103 Bar 113 Exercxbes 1123 Isabelle 1133 Columbus before the uoxage 1143 Sum bxbx IIO3 QlIHEL1p19IS llbl Y u gueia 1173 Topsw turn 971 E W 5' b I.-YA .7 V ,K ' 17 1 1 46' 1 I- SCI-IDUI. HISTDIQY The Elsmore Hlgh School has the drstrnctron of bemg the oldest hngh school xn Rrverslde county Almost xmmedately after the townshlp of Elsmore was or ganlzed the school movement was begun A grammar school was bullt and ln the summer of 1891 the presslng need of a hlgh school was felt This was be fore Rrversrde county was organized and Elslnore was m San Diego county Thus on S ptember Zl 1891 under the prlnclpalshlp of N Summers the followrng puplls entered the proneer class Raber Schanck Harry Dutton Rulnef Schanck ohn Palmer Mable Starbuck Edna Heald Effre McCoy Ahce Leech Lxllxan Marten Charles Arey and Gertre Lawler It IS true that there was no new hugh school buxldmg awartmg the I5 students who enrolled xn tue hlgher grades but a room ln the grammar school burldmg proved to be adequate for these pupxls for the next three years At one tlme the enroll ment of the school dropped to ten as an average darly attendance of ten was requrred bv the state for the maintenance of the school those faithful ten band ed together under the name Immortal Ten and were present every day ram or shlne and so the ugh school was saved Thls class graduated ln l894 and much honor IS due Its members As the years passed the enrollment gradually grew large and many new volumes were added to the library The flrst school picture of the students was taken rn 1896 ln September of l897 the enrollment reached 29 The prlncrpal was given an asslstant and the Odd Fellows gave the school tne opportunity of usxng the organ whlch was gratefully accepted Physical education facllrtles were very llmlted but supervlsed exerclses were taught to both boys and glrls A petltlon was clrculated among the students for larger school quarters and nn I897 the school board rented the north half of the second floor of the Con solldated Bank buxldxng for school rooms Thls bulldmg IS better known as the Hot Sprmgs lnn The large room on the east was used as an assembly room class room study hall and home room a small room about mrdway on that srde of the bulldlng was used for English Latrn and history The one on the front corner was used for a laboratory Chemrcals and apparatus were m an old cupboard three feet wide and slx feet hnga We may be sure that some of the ex perlments carrxed as satxsfactory an aroma as any rn our modern laboratorres A flag entertamment was glven rn April by the scholars to ralse money for fag and the papermg of the school rooms Thls wortwy enterprise parted the c tlzens of the valley from S31 75 of their hard earned money The hugh school was moved back to the grammar school building for the next term and remamed there several years when apparently mxgratxon ap peared to mean progress and the old Armory Hall better known as the Odd Fellows Hall was secured for hrgh school rooms It IS lnterestlng to note a few of the methods of transportatlon to school Some of the students rowed across the lake some rode bicycles around the lake others came on the tram wh1c1 arrrved ln Elsmore at srx o clock and school took up at n1ne Lolo lngman a graduate of E U H S was remem bered for her blcycle rude to school every day from Good Hope Mmes l58 v ' - 1 . W . . . v - Q . . . -5 1 -1 n 1 - - 1 ' 1 n , J N . , . . 1 , 1 - . 1 A. . 11 . . . A , A 1 .. ' ' H -1 . 2 1 v . 1 . - - , A A . A , 4 v , , Y. . , . . . 1 . , . v ' ' . , ' - a 1 , 1 1 . ' , , . . . . 1 4. ' . h 1 . . 1 . . ' . A 1 . ' . . 1 . . ' . , . C u . . 1 . . . . 1 , . , V A , K . . . ., ' SCHDUL HISTDIDY CUNTINIJEID The school by this tlme was faxrly well equxpped lt had a lnbrary of some 300 volumes whlch though small was well chosen and yearly became more useful as volumes were added The laboratory was better supplxed and fltted Elsmore lugh school held many debates among 1ts own students and with Perrxs Hlgh School ln adclltlon many soclal Uathermgs and plcmcs Durlng the term of 191 l three teachers were added to the staff of the prm clpal and his asslstant This same year an attractlve bulldlnv was erected to house the mstltutlon This bulldlng IS stlll standlnof and IS now used for the ad mmlstratlon bulldlng of the present hngh school There was a great deal of argu ment as to locatxon but It was fmally bullt at xts present sxte ln I9 l 4 an athletic league known as the Rrversnde county league was formed which conslsted of Hemet San acxnto Beaumont Bannlng Perrls Coachella and Elslnore Thls same year the electric clock was Installed whlch was a big lmprovement over the alarm clock of the years before It was nn October of the school year l9l4 l9l5 that the flrst Student Body was organrzed The constltutlon was drawn up under the guxdance of Pnnclpal F L Carrler and electron of offlcers was held Hampton Watts was selected as presrdent Sarah Burton vrce presrdent Nona Fees secretary Evelyn Wal Xenophon BOUTIS editor ln chief and Wallace Clark busmess manager They were asslsted by ten eager students the advrser lVl1ss Garst and the prlncrpal who took all the pictures The volume contained 56 pages and was heartlly supported by the merchants through advertlslng The years passed the attendance grew larger and the need for larger school quarters was felt strongly So ln l924 1925 an addrtxon was bullt It stands today and rs known as the science bulldmg More equlpment was purchased to the science department to make It one of the most complete rn the county Many lmprovements and changes were added throughout the years The an nual El Lago mstead of Elsmorus Elsmore entered several commercxal contests and placed hugh a cooperatlve store was establlshed where students could buy school supplres student self government was orgamzed and many books were added to the alreadv Good srzed llbrary The enrollment grew steadlly untrl there was need for another bmldmg An other annex was bullt The ground was broken at a blg ceremony ln the latte part of 1934 and thxs addntron was fmxshecl 1n I936 Under the prlnclpalshxp of lVlr O P Hornaday many improvements were made on the grounds ln I937 I938 the ground was leveled and seeded for a turf football fleld and stone bleachers were constructed whlch proved to be the most attractxve nn the county Thns same year the banks north of the scrence burldlng were terraced wrth rocks and completely landscaped wxth shrubs and plants ln l94O a lawn was planted across the front and around the tenm court Today there IS no more beautlful or better cared for hlgh school campus m Southern Calxforma I59 v ' 5 u v . l - H ' 5 v 2 ' - 1 ' v ' Q y I ' ters, treasurer. This year the first annual was published, "The Elsinorusf' with . , . . , I. . , 7 Y p I . Q . . : -, ' : . ca ' ' Q - ' p - I ' 3 CLASS OF 1894 Harry Dutton uertrude Lauler Osenburg Raber Schanck nulref Schanck 1Deceasedl Mabel Yates 1Deceasedl CLASS OF 1897 Imogene Schanck Pearson Wlllram McConnell CLASS OF 1898 Emma Clark Downe Harry Henderson CLASS OF 1899 Peter McIntyre bred Fortlne lDeceased3 CLASS OF 1900 Lura Peck Thompson CLASS OF 1901 Katherrne McIntyre CLASS OF 1902 Josephrne Drckson Paul Johnson Raymond McConnell Susan Wrllrams CLASS OF 1904 Lola Ingman Trujrllo Raymond OConnell Stephen Connoly 1Deceasedy CLASS OF 1905 Jean F McIntyre CLASS OF 1906 Glenn Torbett CLASS OF 1907 Adelrne Clark Neblett CLASS OF 1908 Altha Strickland Palmerson Rose Ellrs DeBorra Earl Ellrs CLASS OF 1909 Altha Merrifreld Cauch Harry Pool CLASS OF 1910 Ruth Stewart CLASS OF 1911 Harley Cline Lytton Jackson Ray CLASS OF 1912 Irene Mayer Damel Edna Burton Ferron Ill CLASS OF 1913 Elrza Mrlls Bohannan Cecile Burton Jane Stewart Ferrrs Ethel Arenschleld Williams Lennie Morrell Evans Clyde Crawford Wrlllam Fetterly QDeceased3 Wrllram Penphrase CLASS OF 1914 Delbert Bohannan Lourse Dlckson Woodruff Nona Fees Crawford Mabel Hudson Strrckland Amos Gardner 1Deceasedb Earl lvlrller Grlbert McCoy QDeceasedp Ray Wrlkinson CLASS OF 1915 Sarah Burton Evelyn Walters Best Elsre Edgerton Kerley Clyde Tout Xenephon Bourls CLASS OF 1916 Sarah Eddy nenery Eddy Lours Burnham Murray Arenschreld Edwrn Vaugham CLASS OF 1917 Eleta Smrth Andrews Wallace Clark Asnel Penprase CLASS OF 1918 George Hale Jenny Perret Baker Uessle Trmmrs Harrrs CLASS OF 1919 Stanley Mayer ueatrrce Clark Cameron Clara Slosson Millbrook vlartha McSwarn Endrcott CLASS OF 1920 Hrlda Armour Lester Sophie Armour Elrls Fees Vesta Davenport hllzabeth 'vlrenke Watts CLASS OF 1921 Arthur Escallrer Edrth Kerth Root Mabel Mayer Ray lfern Pnrynprovelt Davrg Florence Taylor Simmons CLASS OF 1922 Ellzabeth Baer Joesphrne Knotts Knowles Elrzabeth Perret Bessre Slosson Nelson Dorothy Stewart Helen Smrth Kuhl John Peters fDeceasedl l60 CLASS OF 1923 Louisa Stone Margaret Burgeron Taylor Jacob Burro Lorelda Hattfleld Fayle Merlyn Harrrs May Hersey Kent Hazel Trrece Yates Emerson Yates Winrfred Wier Hattfield Fay Morrrs Benedict CLASS OF 1924 Jerold Bash Helen Hardman Holmes Harold Holmes Eldred Rorlpaugh Patton Phrllp Smrth Alrce Mrtchner Margaret Whlte CLASS OF 1924 Ernest Sholer Margaret Sharp CLASS OF 1925 Dorothy Vmcent Dahl talph Barnett Thelma Beach Johnson 1Deceasedl Blanche Dunham Grrffln John McCule Ruth James West Irene Drllay Gertrude Muller Dragoo Florence Newman Beaver Clara Trout Wmterhulter Robert Ruskauff Irene DeLay Allen CLASS OF 1926 Isabell Burrell Lrlley Wade Anderson Perry Burdick Jean Barnes Rrchard Barnett Jane Dean Dallas Dye Florence Grayson Bell Arthyr Ridley Verna James Freeman Raymond West Helen Herbert Howard Sykes James Taylor Mary Sutherland Barnett Perry Anderson Helen Bond Hobson Kenneth Boyd Winston Jones CLASS OF 1927 Elzrra Allen Olney Lucrlle Anderson George Bergren Dorothy Brown Kathryn Burnham Schmalzrerd Leola Fry Vlrgrnra Clayton Wllkrns Myrtle Dunham Marran Elllott Rorrpaugh Elward Escallrer James Freeman Myron Garver Vrolet Hastarn Truman Francrs I-Iersey Vrctor Gersey Walford Hodclrng Y . 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Ruby Bryant ALIJ Marie Kendall Stephens Harold Morton Floyd Rall Rose Slosson Rldley Harold Smlth Mary Smith Klelnsteuber Verne Smxth Hodge Joyce Sykes Dorothy Traver Beatrlce Wells Klrchner CLASS OF 1928 Nlda Ashman Ernest Broyles Sanford Burnham Lloyd Chandler Marxe Cooley Escalller Georgla Elhot Agnes Freeman Honberger Alice Heald Bob Kirkpatrick Agnes Lewls Smltn Walter Lyell Stanford Nanoleon Charles Perret Phyllis Plnk Hall Blll Reidler Leo Ron augh Vernon hlfflet Mlldxed Smith Harmon Charles Stephens Mary Sykes Rasch Allan Tanner Frank Taylor Tom Walters Horace Wllks John Woodford Clara Wrlght CLASS OF 1929 Fred Barrell Ferne Chandler Freeman Theodosla Estrada Ethel Graham Dunham Helen Green Johnson Frances Gunnerson Allce Hersey Mlller Cllfford Hersey Alma Johnson Bergren Perl Kolb Vera Lewls Marelda Metzler Ruth Orlvls Darlmg Lester Otto Mary Slosson Crawford George Stlffler Beth Tanner Luella Teskle Estr1bou V1v1an Traver Dutton Ray Woods CLASS OF 1930 Ra Broyles He en Bucey Dorothy Cooley Ceclla Dletrlch Burrell Evelyn Emerson Myers Denise Estribou Sherman Marion Everett WIISOII Helen Grler Beatty Otto Gutkaes Mlldred Hadsell Krrkpatrlck Frances Herbert Relsner Helen Hochalter Beatrlce Horton Bob Hudson Joe Juarez Ruth Keith Tldwell Art Lamphere Effle Larson Fowley Clyde Long Dorothy Matthews I LIST CONT NUED Lee McMath Dick Mlller Jack Mllls Ben Myers Jack Neblett Edwln Parezlk Horace Parker Gaylord Parks May Rorlpaugh Ellen Taylor Hazard Leonard Townsen Helen Spadler Hugh Walker Ozeal Walker Vera Ruskauff Voda Ruskauff CLASS OF 1931 Buster Angelo Ella Pearl Beach Cornwell Astrld Erickson Garvey Freeman Charles Glover Ronald Wlckerd Mary Lee Harrlson Mary Jane Kallna Burgess Peggy Kallna Julian Margle Keck Wlxam Loulse Lacoste Henard Mlldred Lewis Hamm Helen Lloyd Colllns Benny Mansfield Wllllam Massey Mxldred Morton Charlotte Myers Anna Relnholdsen Margaret Rorlpaugh Stewart Dan Spadler Margie Sternberg Chandler Jxm Stewart Jewel Stlffler Frank Heald Elizabeth Stoner Hutchlns Gazel Txlley Varnum Avery Rldenour Phxl Wagner CLASS OF 1932 Lloyd Bush James Arvlso Chester Barnett Ivan Clogston Eldon Bayard Marjorie Dye Churchlll Jack Frlshman George Burnham Loule Juarez Dorothy Klarer Wlnlfred Hamllton Grant Lester Hampson Doris Lam here Vlaxme La rler Henry HHTFISOH Roy Heckman Wllma Lucas German Alvln Horner Alfred Oehler Leona McBride Olga Parlzek Gus McClintock Gus Patzner Walter Mills Ed Ramlrez Llllxan Murden Wllma Myers Jane Frances Roach Helen Stewart Harrxs Isbella Robertson Rall Alxce Strickland Jeanne Rush Sylvia Sykes Stowell Roy Sheldon Kenneth Thorsnes Glenn Smith I6 Marjorie Speer Heeres Marcus Vejar 1DeceaSedJ Lawrence Waddell Stanton White LaVerne Wagner Parker CLASS OF 1933 Oliver Erickson Jullan Baker Eileen Fish Jane Bohannan Crogan Elxzabeth Freeman Zloh Wllfred Brown Wesley Horton Dorlan Coogan Alma Johnson Farrell Jack Crane Loraine Maes Kettering Blll Kaiser Josephine Mxlls Walter Kltch Neal Lansing Jack Myers Bob Neblett Margaret Leet Hales Carl Orvis Sarah Shaw Dwight McGuire Vern Otto John Phlnos 1Deceased Gladys Slosson Goodcase Mary Thompson Earl Rice Esther Tllley Hayes Eugene Roberts Rita Scott Domde Ethel Townsend Haskell Eugene Wlnters Homer Wlckerd Katherine Westman Dahl Vera Brady Clarence Matthews Tod Thorsnes CLASS OF 1934 Ruth Sutherland Cofer Vera Knott Lawrence Kxley Florence Barber Garner Laurence Burnham B111 Frledemann Patr1c1a Coogan Frledemann Joseph Arnold Mary Chamberlam Chester Burnham Inez Cornwell Arthur L Driver Margaret Donnelly Walker Harvey Gardner Elma Bayard Judd Clark Vlrglnla Davls Fletcher George Fuller Florence DeGroff Clyde Hazelton Vest Garrlson Berry Charles Lloyd Anme I-Iappe Walter Lee Kathryn Everett Dean Melvln Hardy Emma Holllster MCGIHHIS George Lyell Frances Hazel Rlpley Irene Joiner Vernon Knott Samuel Knlght Gene Parks Lucy Ramirez Juarez Jack Joiner Barbara Keith Barham Leon Coleman Doroth Root Tony amlrez Lois Sheldon . . d 4 . E ' . 1 Margaret Lewis S611 John Catarini Lois'Dye ' I 1 ALIJ Marv Lewis Burnham Edward Small Malgaxet Stewart Fletcher Raymond Snodgrass Allce May Shearer Jack Roach Hannah Throop Eugene Slerres Joanne Waddell Robert Stephenson velda Wllhams Walker Eaxl Walker Martxn Ex ans CLASS OF 1935 Russell Whlte Vlfglllla Chandler Osborne May Tumllnson B111 Cass Sue Rush Bell Paul MCGUIIG Vlfglnla Chrlsman Alfred Bolomey Ernest Kxrkpatnck Peggy Beach BEWICK Clal6I1C8 DeGroff Rose Marie Tarwater Patzner Tommy Osborne Grace McCl1ntock Dahl Wllllam Barber Mary Wxlks Gatch Wanda Daubenberger Walmsley Gene Barnes Mary Louise Krelder Daubenberger George Bewlck Garvm Morrell Ira Dunham Wllllam Baker Dorothy Rogers Mlller Esther Lyell Cook Grant Hamllton Mary Jane Gardner Harrx Curtls Clark Wesley Hawes Marle George Tllley Franklln Pratt Pobext Evans Russell Freeman Don Patterson Edward Johnson Marjorle Mlller Sam Barnes CLASS OF 1936 FIHIICIS Barnett Ette Bates Colhns Ruth Blakely Johnson Don Bromley Elma Carrere Kxlgory Edward Cody Don Cox Jane Evans Tllly Jeannette Flsh Florence Ford James Harmon Elaine Harr1s Dolores Harrlson Carollne Hazelton Heckman George Heckman Hovx ard Kltch Enzll McBr1de Robert Mlller Jessie Nlcolas Ernest OIVIS Francls Shrader Hllton Nathan Slosson Fueda Smltlf Dexere Stower Kltch Raymond Padula Flank Rodrxguea TOShl Saito N LIST CONTI NU ED Zelma Scott Eleanore Sheane Kenneth Stoller Jack Tarr John Throop Chon V1lla Idabel Wlutbeck Nancy Wzckerd CLASS OF' 1937 June Barkey Orvllle Barnes Eugene Boggs Davld Brown Arthur Bodine Davxd Casner Don Clogston Flavel Harr1s Lucy H61V19 Ceas Elmo Jomer Fred Klarer Lorna Lucas Edna Huff Louls Mack Lucy Matthews Dunham Jane M1lls Marjorxe Murden Idabelle Osborn Malcolm Parks Jack Pearce Jeanne Purmton Dolothy Rall Taylor George Root George Salto Quentln Schwartz Wmton Shxrley Carl Sm1th Mlldred Sweet Wylle Tarwater Nelda Torbett Frances Wllks Bob Wagner Ray Wllllams CLASS OF 1938 Jack Lansing Betty Evans Eleanore Lewls No1r1s Neblett Mlldred Sm1th Ralph Mlller Elaine Sheane Leonard Mlchaels Bob Cass Rose Wlllsey Evelyn Otto W1111S Burnham Naom1 Chamberlaln WIIIIS Thompson Cathellne Termlne Floyd Baldwzn Otls Fuller FYHHCIS Fuller McCu1ley Dorothy Hadsell HRIIIS George Bucey Frances Barnes Henry Arvlso Ethel Morrell Kenneth Stuckland Earl Kazmxer Ioxraxne Slnger Jacquellne Hanson Glrard Klng Earl Robbms Alta Mae McBr1de Gordon Glace Mxller l62 CLASS OF 1939 Betty Baker Betty Barber W1ll1am Beach Drusllla Boone Craig Jerry Brown Betty Burnham Mllo Burnham Ina Deemer Alberta Flack Irene Gettemy Charles Graham Bert Haskell Mazvyn Haskell Kathryn Hudson Edwards Johnnie Johnson Albert Jomer Wllma Lansing Amorlta Macy Yvette Magagnosc Flancis Martln Ahce Miller Termme Jack Mlller Arthur Morris Margaret Nicolas Davld Ortega Marguexlta Osborn Mary Phlnos Mona Russell Root Theodore Sheld Rlchard Smith Francls SpeZlB1l Cecxl Stephens Jack Swaln Betty Swanguen Ferr1s Walker Craxg Wlckerd Evelyn Wllks Glen Wllllams Wallace Wilson Ellzabeth Young F'iI1HlS BHYIIGS Robert Tybie Walter Sweet .S . . 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