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

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'ki f-ss ffalf?-'nga xg, Y, QQ, In w ' S A . , 4 Q . - f V . C ' . r , I df W' 4 ?, '5 , Q ,cz . 3 Sick ' - Q .3 4 -'S 9 W M ' , , V. s ' 3, .F x srl' + Because of fhe have unselfishly given fer men and women Lago of I'-753. fo you, f always occupy a space in Min+. " fa sfudenfs of EUHS. X 3. ,fi W 3 , . C 9 NN X, . NX ,Q .ff num X L.- iv lf S Sn ' u 1, D Kgs 1 .-i1 ? 0 0 ' The Prmctpot s Message One ot the greatest rewards that comes to those ot us who have the ' n ot the hves ot puptts tn htgh schoot, ts that ot watchtng them e and teadershtp, and in thetr abthttes to get atong wtth resent sentor dass has been a great source ot number ot puptts who have been the case. And there are a tves and t know chers. ow rn thts res e ss as a es t an rs na es tor ett as to N dtrectro gr ' knowtedg p ct, the p X h greater d h ' usuattv m themse , thetr tea others. tn insptratton. Thts Ca interested tn maktng htgh gra umber ot the Ctass who wth make n tnsptratton to other ctasses, as w ANTHONY E. KARNES targe n e been a t them! I they hav Every good tuck to att o I 1,5 N 1 5 R 41-' MR. WILLIAM AVERY CASS Vice Pl'lllClLO6f Even though we did not dedicate this 1953 El Lago to you Mr. Cass, we feel that you, a wonderful, unassuming man, hold a ' hearts of the entire Faculty and Studen special place in th t Body of Elsinore ' e Union High Sch0oI. 42: ni AQ, " v FACULTY MR KAZMIER Coach Drivers Education MRS. WEISSEND Social Science MiSS COZAD Home Economics MR. HOWELL Math Science MRS. WILLIAMS Art MR. SWAN Aihleiic Director Biology History 9 1 W ff- - ,, Sp 1 5 . y' , .1 V 1 X 'z 'iv'--f az ,aviflx vw A 7 X ' Q- s. au uf 47 "-s.. 'f. ,Ia ,,.,.,p-nv' Lam. WM. N SENIGRS HISTORY DFFICERS AND We, the Seniors of 1953, are proud we have reached this never-to-be-forgotten year. But we cannot help thinking of that first day in high school. Although we were a bit shy and back- ward, we felt just as powerful as we do now. We all will agree that our initiation was most horrid. As the sophomore year went by, not too much happened, we just looked forward to our iunior year. Then things began to happen. First, all of us were sporting new class rings. Between the sale of hot dogs and cakes, we managed to produce the Junior Play, "No Place Like Home." "Deep Purple" set the theme for background and soft music to be built around the Prom, given by the iuniors for the seniors of 1952. Boa NATA L E President GORDON MUMMY Vice President FRANCIE ROTHLIS Treasurer PAULETTE ALLEN Secretary Now we are Seniors with identity of lime green sweater to prove it. Such fun we had producing our play, "Curtain Going Up." We are looking forward to a lot of fun on Ditch Day and other activities to follow. Finaly those final days of high school before we must go out into the world. Some of us will work and others go on to college. Believe us, you who follow, you only live one life, and its happiest days are spent in high school. l EEF '-Sv .M KENNADINE ANDERS Salt Lake City, Utah l, 2, 3, Music Box l, Girls' Glee, Honor Roll, 2, Speech Contest, Honor Roll, 3, Senior Play 4, CSF 4. GEORGE BONE Elsinore High l, Weightlifting, Pasadena 2, Lancaster 3, Art Club, Elsinore High A. RUSSELL BRADY Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, JV Football 2, 3, Varsity Football 4. JANET BROWN FHA l, 2, 4, Band 2, Chorus 3, GAA 3, 4, Senior Play 4. PAULETTE ALLEN Class Treasurer l, GAA l, 2, 3, Usherettes i, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team l, Class Secretary 2, 4, Tennis 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Class Vice President 3, Junior and Senior Play, Annual Staff l. GILBERT BARNETT Jefferson High, Indiana l, 2, 3, Senior Play 4, Football 4, Basketball 4, Track A, Baseball 4. ROBERT BLUMEL South Gate l, 2, Agriculture, FFA 3, 4. FRANCES AMBRIOLA CSF 2, 3, 4, CSF Secretary, Treasurer 3, Drill Team l, Class Treasurer 3, Annual Staff 3, Assistant Annual Editor 4, Cheerleader 4, Student Council 4, GAA 4, Junior Play 3. -N -Q J R i "' ,424 , fl N is l .2 . BARBARA Cl-losTNER FHA 1, 2. Joe CASTILLO Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Lefiermans' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, Basketball 4. Boa CAuDlLLo Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Lettermans' Club I, 2, 3, 4, CSF 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, ASB Vice President 3, Junior Class President 3, Senior Play 4, Christmas Play 3. THERESA DE CORO Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. 5 1 NANCIE BUTLER Class Secretary I, FHA I, CSF I, 2, 3, 4, CSF Vice President 4, Campus Crier Staff I, 2, 3, Annual Staff I, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Music 2, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. CLEMENT BUSHMAN Class President I, 2, Lettermans' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, CSF I, 2, 3, CSF President 2, half-year, Band I, 2, 3, Annual Staff 2, 3, Student Council I, 2. RONALD CARR Football 3, 4, Baseball I, 3, 4, Basketball I, 3, 4, Let- termans' Club 3, 4, Weightlifting I, Class Play 4. KAREN CAss ASB Treasurer 4, Operetta I, CSF I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, FHA I, Annual Staff I, 2, 3, Campus Crier Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Editor 2, Drill Team 1, 2, Adagio I, 2, Student Council 4. ? JU' AVA DICKEY Senior Play 4, Riverside Poly 2, 3, FHA l, GAA 2,1 Swimming 3. DAviD GAGNON Basketball l, JV Baseball l, Tennis 2, Football Manager 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, Junior Play 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Lettermans' Club l, 2, 3, 4, JACK GERNERT Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Lettermans' Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Football Manager 3. LYDIA DURDIN Gampers Jr. High School l, Home Economics 2, Chorus 2, Campus Crier 3, GAA 3, 4, Senior Play 4. F3 DIANA GEARY Adagio 3, Art Club 3, 4. JACK Glasor-1 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Manager I, 2, 3, Letter- mans' Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. RALPH HILTON Arkansas I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter- mans' Club 2, 3, 4, CSF 1, 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, ASB President 4. MONICA HALES CSF l, 2, 3, 4, Usherettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Dance Band 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Drill Team l. FHA I- CSF 2 3- Campus Crier 2 3, Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4- Drill Team 2- ASB Secretary 4, GAA 2 Student Council 4. KENNETH LEE FFA l 2- Basketball l 2' Football l. 'ai' aa, X BEVERLY HARRIS 31 M 1 1. I , Li i 'S ,M ' ., . 1, m, 'hw HELEN KEAN Freshman Rogue River, Oregon, FHA 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Chorus I, 2, 4, Senior Play 4. RONALD MCKENZIE Football 2, 4, Baseball 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. GORDON MUMMY Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Lettermans' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 4, Lettermans' Club President 4, FFA 3, 4. ROSE MARIE McAvOY CSF I, FHA l, 2, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. B , ,J 5 N4 I F4 RICHARD MALNAR Football I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4 Lettermans' Club 3, 4, Band 4. PEGGY JONES Tennis 3, FHA I. 'rl Q1 ft 'JN '-...lg Eb an - DOLORES MEZORIE Band l, 2, 4, Camera Club 2, GAA 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Bos NATAISE Class President 4, Student Council 4, Football 4, Baseball 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior 4. JOHNNY NEAL Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, Art Club 2. GA HELENE OYAS A l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. -A012 ex X 'L Ii: 35 114' x J '2- af" sa SALLY PHILLIPS Will Rogers Jr. High l, GAA President I, GAA Vice President 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Editor 4, Christmas Play 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Student Council 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Class Secretary 3, Drill Team 2, Paper Staff 2, 3, Adagio 3. JAMES RAMSEY FAA 3. CLEO RHOADS Chorus 3, 4. JUNE RORIPAUGH GAA 2, 3, 4, GAA President 4, Usherettes 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Cheerleader 4, Student Council 4, Junior Play 3. 59114. 3' ,, is T l is-Q NELLIE SEPULVEDA GAA 3, 4, Home Economics l, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria 3, 4, Chorus 3. NORMAN STRICKLAND Football 2, 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Lettermans' Club 2, 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Lettermans' Club Vice President 3, 4, Student Store Manager 2, 3, FFA President 4. HAROLD TELFORD Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Baseball l, 2, FFA l, 2, C Lettermans' Club 3, 4. PAT Wi-n1'E GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. RAMONA SANCHEZ Homemaking l, 2, Tennis 2, 3, Cafeteria Club 4, GAA 2, 3, 4. JACK RORIPAUGH Track 2, Football 3, 4, FAA 3, Lettermans' Club 3, 4. PAUL SCHMi'rT St. Francis, Riverside 1, Buffalo, Minnesota 2, Football 3, 4, Lettermans' Club 3, 4, FFA 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Chorus 3. FRANCIE ROTHLIS Mark Keppel High 1, Adagio and Acrobatic Dancing 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, GAA 4, Class Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4. JK Wear I g i: J H 50"7No vuoro FRANCES PONCE Homemaking l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Cafeteria Club 3, 4, Office 4. DAVID TURNER Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, CSF I, 2, 3, 4, Lettermans' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 2, Basket- ball 2, Band 3, Annual Staff 3, 4. TOO 'BUSY 'L Ie. .1 ,K . 'lixym Q' , R 5 antsafasuilallt RICHARD CHAVEZ Spring Concert 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3: Junior Play 3. Io M023 .4 QV MURIEL PADERIEK Senior Play 4, Chorus Ag Pre- vious schooling in Virginia. rv- MARILYN WILLIAMSON Z L. . 9 Q 9 Photo not Auilalmle JOAN GORDO DON WILLIAMS Banning lg Hemet 25 Operetta Operetta lp Junior Play 37 Sen 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Girls' Glee lp ior Play 4, Band l, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. 7008057 Q., " llg il ft! N l lux Ziff 51901011 AVAILABLE BARBARA Moons DoN WILLIAMS Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Chorus I, 2, 3. Corona 2, 3. F , . 9 y Q . 2 1 . . .a' A QL U . , Z .,A, . ' 1 ff' N 1 ,, . ' sf, - .f I. Nu. , K x1 N112 5 75' si wk 4- Ox 7 uv- pw-A 1- -an fe ,. , vb, Eff , 17 JUNIORS CLASS A D The Junior Class of '54 started the year by electing Vic Kunkle, president, Skip Allen, vice presi- dent, Betty Beauchamp, secre- tary, and Susie Rieder,,treasurer. Mrs. June Sargent and Mr. David McComas, our advisors for the year, are to be thanked and congratulated for the patience and understanding they showed us. They were of great help to us in putting on our iunior play and our successful junior-senior prom and banquet. We received our rings the sec- ond week of school and were all very proud of them for they signified we were at last upper classmen .au:d'i I --H " +A Y' Top row left to right Barth McAvoy Pontious Alonzo Rael Ramirez Herpst Johnson Knott Second row Ortega Salgado Natale Ramsey Fenex Ochs Palmer Connelly Morrow Third row Carlson Allen Young Kunkle Knmle Johnson Doyle Anderson LaValley Fourth row Robb Snod FFI ERS HISTORY in order Congratulations are for Carolyn Schmitt who did an excellent job as general chairman of the football and basketball concessions and also to Alex Borel and David Anderson who re in charge of the Student we Store this year. r, with Paralee Stokes, as edito aid from her staff, put out several er issues of the school pap , fine The Campus Crier com Warner Stewart, with a mittee of four put on a lunior l t show in which several of ta en our classmates participated h l was a new idea in our sc oo r successful nd and proved to be ve y Considering all our trials a tribulations weve had a lot of fun this past year as luniors, and are looking forward to our last Elsinore Union High ,ag Betty Bea Ucham ISA '? P Se cretary Susan Riede, 7-reasu rer year in School as seniors R di uez Beckenndge Pressel Henderrckson A Xia J Top row left to right Price Guerra Mendoza Kellar o rg Second row Rasch Schmitt Baker Larson Warres Beauchamp Abbott Rnecler Dunham Fug row rt Lewis Benedict Stokes Karnes Harrison Dodson Davenpo pu E ,W mf ' LJ I' m jn- x f 2,g,.,' . , . 51 i if 5.91 ' T 5 .11 im fl. W wa' W X X. s. 1 , 1 ,Ki x-Q af , -'L A-N" 47. K 4 'X J i 5, 5 E fi 52, wmv -f. 1 , W cf G .,,,, v, gint! 7 55 5 2? ff' ' ! 1 'Q 4 N' W vu -Tfncent Ambflola ' "C CLASS A D As the Sophomore class started out their year, they elected for their officers Vincent Ambriola, Wayne Natale, Susan Butler and Margaret Nakai. After getting back into the swing of school life, we then made a try at social life by sponsoring the Freshman-Sophomore Sock Hop which was quite suc- cessful and added a new touch to Elsinore dances. Top row left to right D Chavez R Park: Murphn Crowley Norris Williams Oyas Hales Roberts Collins Coy Barnett Selover Hillebrand Schuck Gediman Brown Kahn Follmgs Grey Sallee Price Baxter Darling Borel Dempsy Robison Rodriguez R Rodriguez Lemon Tucker Young Natale Ambriola 1 C - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . HISTORY OFFICER N" 26 representa- Outstanding tives in sports from our class were Charles Roberts, .,, -of David Chavez, and Howard Sallee Also holding down active ositions were Marion Phil P lips and Iva Jean Tomilson who were Cheerleader and Songleader In ending a very success ful year we wish to express our gratitude to our class 'X L is dvisors Mrs Rose ew M agaret Nakai Treasu rer 5 I and Mr Kenneth Howell S usan Butler Secrefary who helped us in many many ways ,47 Q fx Xu "" 'f :f,.z, 1' if uh Top row left to right Byland Tomlinson Gray Harris Casio Salas Karnes Wilkinson Escallner Moore Second row Green Palmer Huddleston Heckman Boofenler Butler Nakai Madrigal F Rodriguez Gamez Third row Phillips Williams Gupson Chandler Cole Love Thompson Durdm G Rodriguez P Moore Kilgore v-...,,,,eu4 waykj E I -if Yr 5 ,ii-I nf: J' 'ff !" :?w 1'- . -,- T ff Z. ' Q 1 jgix' f 1 4 f we ., W- -. L 65112 ,Hb ,Q 'lf X - . .4 D . TF ,, W.- 1:43-4- b-J ..,-: if I 51 JK J Wffhm.. ol a.wQ,,A rw 1 A,-4. 2 A16 if 'Q' US' 'S 414 N Z New af v 4' 22? EK 1 4 I' 4' 'll P We , fl FRESHMEN CLASS AN We, the freshman class, started off the year as con- fused as predicted by the upperclassmen. But w e soon passed this stage and decided that it might grow to be fun, at that. We soon after exper- ienced that which had been on our minds for weeks and found that it wasn't quite as load as we had previous- ly thought. "i"""'if'i""' 11.3 ik L-J-141+ Top row left to right White Johnson Goffman M Jones Stewart Robison Mackley Wagner Ortiz Caloia Castillo lsham A Jones Clark Barnett Fretz Bone Chechik B Clark Saenz Gibbs Noyes FFICERS HISTORY We were attured on rn matnon day In green gunny sacks tmn cans which were draped tashronably around our ankles and pugtalls as a haxrdo We somehow sur veved the day In sports we have two of our boys with trophies they won In e Hernet basketball tourna ment They were Alvin Johnson and Harold Goff man Wnth the help of our class advnsors Miss Cozad and Mr Day who were both nrreplacable to our class we believe that at would be hard to beat thus year and we look forward to the future an E U H S 'iris 'S-of ours Rorlpaugh Treaswe, Jan N k e a 6' Secref ary L i ft ' ht R Rodriquez Castillo Murphy, W. Navarro, Mora, Freeman, Memos, Heckman, R h, Knott, Top row, le to rug : . , , Ffim, H5l'm0Y1, Evans, Nakai, Aytes. Second row: C. Navarro, Anders, M. Kitch, oripaug Dyess, Chostner, L. Kitch, Acosta, Perez. First row: Rasch, Hudson, Tompkins, Matthew, Dunham, Beau. h , Hutton, Janette Johnson. champ, Erdel, Walker, Judy Jo nson ACTIVITIES Ng, Y if ,-is 5? 1 ' If xy I? J I , - , A, 'Sm 2' LL. fe J Q, " ww f T U' xwuff I wg? , Mggg e Ti - Q-: .., , .,,, , mi -'L 1 'W Sm- - WM,1 V:,,3m E . HW? 'W' : M1175 X , Vg ' , ' V, I , , 4 5.2 ' I ""'- . lin' ., ' 5- J .v 1 4, ' Q! ' 3 ,I f , ffwfGbMu3V' fwmEy5,yI , 2 W' z My I f . 1 ai. R". A , xv' 'L L- WSI,-33. ff. , :img ' "ffm wp., ? "5 9 A Agp, NN UAL STAFF - f...-ww Assistant Editor FRANCES AMBRIOLA iw ' SALLY PHILLIPS -1 Photographer DAVID TURNER px Frances Ambriola, Assistant Editor: Francie Rothlis, Helper: Sally Phillips, Editorf Clem Bushman, Helperg Pal Baker, Junior Historyg Jane Nakai, Freshman Historyp Iva Tomilson, Sophomore History: Ruzh Durdin, Senior Hisiory. Not pictured: Jim Withrow, Ar1 Editor: John Neal, An Helper, David Turner, Photographer. STUDE T CCDUNCIL The Student Council has completed another year of work for the general better- ment of the school under the guidance of Mr. Karnes and Mr. Cass. In November, the second meeting of the Riverside County League Association of Student Councils, was held on the campus at El- sinore. Our Student Council has been very active in this worthwhile organization. In December, E.U.H.S. was well represented at the yearly convention of the California Association of Student Councils, Region 5, in San Diego. srfili - Skip Allen, Vic Kunkle, J Bob Natale, Wayne Mackl RALPH HILTON A.S.B. President The Student Council at- tempted a weekly meeting in order to improve student government and plan dif- ferent social affairs for the school. Although many could have been the achieve- ments, we feel that we have worked conscientious- ly to represent our Student Body. N.. X une Roripaugh, Frances Ambriola, Sally Phillips, Ralph Hilton, Vincent Ambriola, e . . . . y, Marion Phillips, Karen Cass, Beverly Harris. 5-.XQ C5551 Karen . EVBN' nl Valerie wts Car0lY" snhmx Connie U Stokes. Caroi Helikmid Editor Pifalee w, , JerfY Nilnhe Linda Hudson Benedld ' Maw TH E CAMPUS CRIER In October, Paralee Stokes was elected editor of the paper, the Campus Crier, by the Student Council. Under her supervision, the staff has printed many interest- ing editions. Many people do not realize the hours of planning and work that are connected with editing a paper. We can truthfully say the paper has been an added source of enioyment to the Student Body this year. O Bus a R0flpau 'Y D9 man B Bar gh' J' Karne e nerr, D Ba sf Mawhew ' r new' Telfor ' H5163 . dr . , Ph H- Schmml KBHGLIUZL iudillo, ' owell, CALIFOR IA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATIO A successful year was spent by the CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION under the direction of Mr. Ken- neth Howell and the efficient corps of officers, who were elected at the mid-term. Serving the club as President was Harold Telfordg Vice President, David Turnerg and Secretary- Treasurer, Frances Ambriola. An initiation received all the new members and an educa- tional field day was later enioyed by the group. ' I FUTURE FARMERS CDF A ERICA 'i -v Borel Snodgrass Strrckland Baxter Wagner Ambruola Borel LaValley Anderson Brown Barnett, Sallee Murphy Johnson Young Ramsey Connely W Natale Parks Lumon Geary Clark Isham Whrte Pontrous McAvoy Martello Chechrk Barth G Natale Herspt Hannum Darllng Palmer Rodrlquez Stuart W Stuart CDFFICERS George Brown Treasurer Norman Struckland Presrdent Howard Sallee Reporter George Conley Vrce Presrdent Robt Barnett Secretary WarnerStuer1 Reporter 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . ,a 6, ' I . ,L N 5, , f W, I K . ,411 , , 1 I 1 i r I 1 I ' 1 I 1 - OI Mi EA M A5-f KS ,E NS cs DENT STORE y Alex llll Qhhnnw I Jim Conley, and The Student Store this year was man ed b Bore, ' David Anderson, under the supervision of Mr. Day, Agriculture Teacher. June Roripaugh Paulette Allen Monica Hales Jackie Karnes Jerry Matthew Pat Baker Carol Byland Bonnie Chandler Patsy Johnson Louise Roripaugh Nancy Beachamp Janice Matthew LETTERMEN'S CLUB """"' XQVX, USE' Af' La , ' . 1' 'L- 'nn-. rf fi' T " .pw Back row: Hall, Chavez, Hillebrand, Borel, Castillo, Johnson, Price, Sargent, Dempsey, Mr. Swan, Young, Roberts, Collins, Tucker, Sealover, Roripaugh, Sallee, Ambriola, Moore, Gernert, Gibson, Allen, Mummy, Natale, Telford, Carr, Oyas, Malnar, Turner, Bushman, Schmitt, Salgado, Caudillo, Neal, Natale, Parks, Williams, Hilton, and Alonzo. Eur 1 Q 1 First row, front to back Mezori Carlson Brown Gediman Mr Ray E Robison Hales Grey N Robison Madrigal, Durdin, Knott Young Malnar Hall Oyas Roripaugh Knott D Chavez Johnson Sealover Schuck, Price, Salgado R Chavez Hanum Jones Fenex and A Johnson The E.U.H.S. Band began the season with new, bright red and white uniforms. They performed at all the home football games which added to the spirit of the rooters. Together with the Drill Team and Songleaders, they added color to the half-time activities. The Band also participat- ed in a Band Review of the Riverside and San Bernar- dino County Schools, which was held at the University of Redlands. Mr. Ray, band director, deserves a lot of credit for his unending effort and time spent with the band. 5 9 VB' F I . -1 gb V Q . , 'Q' S 5Y"a""' u'f'f".' A Vi. f I K. eff gT '?i3f" Lfgrw Z? ' ,f,,vf?'Zg' M .3 . Glnteigt:-I F 2 ' '15 '. 'far Jfffw 'www A i- YT 4" J I 'VTX' 'I 'Q- " new! in 'vp' w r' 335' ,, . , 'w is v ' 2 , v ' ,f 'sy ' "Cf I if E ff :ff qs' ,jvgx fi- P' 1fX I 'E' 1- fgfy- Y: J 'S . ,M . , JXTI. ' ' I ' gal 31 , '14 E. Y: N Q I f 1 SENIGR PL Y gif AIN GOING UP A three act comedy directed by Mr David McComas Mr. Leveridge-Don Williams Milt Sanders-Jack Gernert Jocko Guthrie-Bob Caudillo Lorrie Fuller-Paulette Allen Andy Fulbright-Paul Schmih Miss Irene Burgess-Monica Hales Sylvia-Lydia Durdin Joan-June Roripaugh Miss Moran-Kennadine Anders Mr. Carter-Ralph Hilton Kyle Roberts-Sally Phillips CAST Mr Tony Peterson Ronnie Carr Elsie Theresa DeCoro Janet Karen Cass Buck O hara Dick Malnar Nancy Leverldge Nancy Butler PM UN - F K4 M 522. " F ' 'c-:..X, 1+ 355 Fair Maid MONICA HALES Betty Beauchamp and Gordon Mum- my, chosen by the student body, reigned as Football King and Queen at a dance, given to usher out the foot- ball season. Monica Hales, Fair Maid from Elsi- nore, chosen by the l.ion's Club to represent Elsinore at the a n n u a l Farmer's Fair in Hemet, was selected from six lovely contestants. She com- peted for the title of Farmer's Daugh- ter at the Hemet Fair. Football King and Queen Prmcess Frances Ambruola Queen June Rorupaugh Princess Monica Miss Elsinore JUNE PORIPAUGH Hales 2 2 SSL u. X rel Y 'M . 4 , Q ,WY if V .ly ,V Q4 ta 1 -:BQ NET 1 fill ATHLETICS CHEER Our Cheerleaders this year were Frances Am- briola, June Roripaugh, and Marion Phillips. Their costumes consisted of white corduroy jump- ers, red blouses, red tights, red linings, and 5 1 X LE DERS white angora caps. They organized and presented many fine pep rallys. The girls appreciated the good sportsmanship and the fine spirit of all the rooters displayed at the games this year. i , an.. .a,-,J. bf I vf:f..., f n .,,'o VARSITY f FDOTBALL a Q , Q , ,3'1 gg' S 3 2 1 'T f 'QN - Q W W 'Y f 69. Athletic Director, Al Swan, Neal, Barnett, Schmitt, Sallee, Borel, Crowley, Salgado, Strickland, R. Chavez, Coach, Al Kazmier, Johnson, Palmer, Roripaugh, Carr, Hall, Hilton, Doyle, Wilcox, Gibson, D. Chavez, Arnbriola, Young, Durdin, Alonzo, Natale, Oyas, Castillo, and Tucker. , RALPH HILTON Co Captain Under the direction of our new Pigskin Professor, Al Kazmier, the Tigers corn- pleted another unpredict- able season onthe gridiron. Despite injuries, our boys in Red and White displayed an abundance of fig h t i n g spirit. To prove this, Elsi- nore came out of the R.C.L. struggle with one lst string player, one 2nd s t r i n g player, and five Honorable Q 3 NORMAN STRICKLAND Co-Capfa n Mentions on the All-League line-up. Along with this, Charlie, Roberts, Richard Chavez, Norman Strickland, and Ralph Hilton, took the Lions' Club trophies for the outstanding '52 players. As the final gun of the season sounded, the Lake City Ben- gals found themselves in a third place spot along with several other league tearns. DA vfo SAN JACJNTO TIGERS R C'-fAvg-Z 'CAL' CHMJ End Ramona Laguna San Jacinto P-eaurnonf 35 lWaL:-Lis, .N .. f 4 MELVIN JONES Back PAU Y . -ws., --.. ,S BEAUMONT COUGARS at Fw W, nf , K Mx xt, X. 7 Tackfe JACK RORIPAUGH JACK GIBSON End Center L SCHMI li Us 3,1 S if tv, 1 . 1-ffse, ,r FW! S' - 's -f Wd ml ' '- 'S 3. ni' '?' . --4 JU IGR VARSITY Q FCOTBALL ml Stewart Goffman Doyle Coach Orr Coach McComas Prnce Clark Wagner Wnthrow Gnbbs Salgado Schuck Grey Hannum Barnett Johnson f '41 Our Junlor Varsuty thus year coached by Mr Davud McComas and Mr Fred Orr has had a flne season although all the games werent won Here as a bruef rundown of the seasons schedule Starting the year off the Tuger Cubs brought home a victory from the Elsinore Naval and Mulntary Academy team by the score of 70 Agam the next week the Jumor Varsnty threw Perrus for a loss of 13 7 but saw the same score next week an a dnf the same score Thus seemed to start a bad streak which the lunlor lakelanders couldnt shake for the rest of the season and they lost to Perrls IH a second match 70 The last game was with Hemet and 70 was the score that the Tlgers saw on the vlsltors scoreboard at the end of the game Although losses werent uncommon during the season to the 'N squad of up and comung JV s the expernence galned wall be certann to help an theur future Varsnty trnals and we are quute proud of our Tlger Junuor Varsaty Y' P K If ' . 1 ' .. ' et. ,t 7' g ferent light whenla strong San Jacinto team took the game .by P0 Y l T35 0 9 l l - l w 1 YI 1 Trax HOWIE SALLEE RONNIE CARR i BOB CAUDILLO fe, Roberts, Collins, Rodriguez, Crowley, Barneh, Caudillo, Allen, Salgado, Selover, Telford, Johnson, Coach Swan, Carr. Not pictured: Johnny Neal. VARSITY BASKETBALL QQ KR. fl CN The Bengal Five ,,,..v T- , CARLIE JOHNSON '51, CHARLIE ROBERTS MR. SWAN '-H-ni Left to right: Gordon Mummy, Jerry Young, Ronald Hales, Jack Kellar, Freddie Oyas, Wayne Mackley, VARSITY Corona ..7.,,., Riverside .,,,.,.. ,..d,.... 4 9 Calif. Jr. Rep. ,... ..dd,..d 2 6 25 Beaumont B H Colton ..,o.,,... Newman 7 ,,777 ,.,,.,, 7 Calif. Jr. Rep. ,,,, .,,,,,,, 4 7 San Jacinto 7 o,,, , o.,,,, 39 Perris ,,,,o.77.a Beaumont .oo., , ,.,,o, - Pomona ..,.., Coachella ,,aa Corona ..,.a Banning ,aa,,, Pomona ...... Hemet ,,,,, ,,aaa ,aa.v,,, Perris .....,..,......, .,,...., Palms Springs BEE BASKETBALL SCORES E 47 - Won 29 - Lost 61 - Won 43 - Won 52 - Won 46 - Won 61 - Won 54 - Won 44 - Won 51 - Won 71 - Won 63 - Won 50 - Won 57 - Won 56 - Won 36 - Lost 56 - Won 47 - Won Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Won Lost COACH ALBERT SWAN Guard-CHARLES ROBERTS VARSITY The Elsinore Hoopsters started the season by sliding by a slow moving Corona five. They then dropped a non-league scrimmage to the high stepping team from Poly High School in River- side. The team then was accredited with 14 victories in succession including the first four in league competition. The Hemet game, fifth in the league series, proved the heartbreaker of the season, as the flu ridden Tigers broke their winning streak and sure possession of the R.C.L. title by falling to Hemet 57 to 36 in the poorest game of the year. A ..- W4 ii 3 Forward-CARL JOHNSON ,"f f 7 ,,,..4nv, I .1 :Y K JA ., X . 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W V 'fin 9 Q Lak. rugs: g gill i L I 'FF SENIOR CLASS WILL Paulette Allen hereby wvll my old gurdle to Herbie Young Frances Ambrlola leave to my brother Vince the prnvllege of rudnng to school alone and getting there on tame from now on Kennadnne Anders wull my height to Pat Gnpson Gllbert Barnett leave Glenda Brady wnth regret Bob Bluemel leave my abnllty to get along with the teacher to Jack Jackson George Bone leave my quuet ways to Norman Robison Russell Brady leave my wavy haar to Top Sargent He can use It Janet Brown leave my abuluty to tell the truth to my brother George Clement Bushman leave my ablllty to get along wlth Mr Swan to Duane Casto Nancle Butler leave my ablllty to make A grades to Carolyn Schmitt Ronald Carr leave my tutle Destructlon to aryone who IS rugged enough Joe Castillo leave my tremendous height to Howard Sallee Karen Cass wlll my dental traps to Ruversrde to anyone who needs an alnbl for regular or Irregular absences Bob Caudullo leave my henght to Chrlstlan Alexander Tucker Jr hoping lt wall help his basketball playing next year Richard Chavez leave my loudness to Quiet Carly Johnson QNot that he needs It D Barbara Chostner leave my stenographuc ablllty to Alsce Ann Boontler Theresa DeCoro leave my abrlnty to Mambo to Alice Mendoza and Leo Salgado Ava Dickey leave my fruendly smlle to Cecul Rodriguez Lydsa Durdun wall to Carl Johnson all the good times In my senior year I wush I could be here to enloy them wnth you , . 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I I ' DavId Gagnon leave my fire fighting ablllly to Earl Robison Diana Geary Wlll leave although I really hate to Believe It or not Jack Gernert leave Marilyn Rasch In hopes that she will survive her senIor year without me Jack GIbson being of sound mInd and good Iudgement do hereby leave my abIlIty not to be able to get a girl friend to Ronnie Hall Joan Gordo leave for Wisconsin to loin my friends Monica Hales leave without the Idea of a college education and with the Idea ofa more Important education marrlage to Jack Ralph Hnlton leave my friends with regret and my teachers shouting for Ioy Peggy Jones leave my abIlIty to talk a lot to Joan AustIn Helen Kean leave my fiery temper to Pat Baker Kenny Lee leave my abIlIty to get along with Mr Karnes to Jimmy Wagner DIck Malnar leave my mangled car to Jack Ochs Rosemary McAvoy leave my brains to my brother Dick Ronald McKenzie leave my curly hair to Mr Hunnex Dolores MEZOFI leave my blue Ford to Mr Swan Barbara Moore wIll to LorraIne Davenport my most devastating shape Gordon Mummy leave Betty Beauchamp but wish that she were leaving with me Robert Natale leave my ablllly to stay ID school to my brother George Johnny Neal leave my most charming dashing personality to Chris QSnookyJ Tucker I s C . . I I I I , . I I , . Beverly Harris, leave my position as A.S.B. Secretary to Carol Benedict. I I ' , . , . , . . , . I I ' , . . , . . , . I I ' I f ' I I Helene Oyas leave my gnggles to Jean Pressel Murtel Padernck leave for Vlrglnla Sally Phllllps leave my posltlon as Annual Edltor to anyone who rs crazy enough to take at Frances Ponce leave my quiet dlsposntron to Fay Robertson Jlm Ramsay leave my sense of humor to Bob Barnett Cleo Rhoads leave my natural black halr to anyone who wants It Jack Ronpaugh leave to take over my father s ranch In Temecula June Rorupaugh leave my freckles to Jan Matthews who can hxde them behnnd ers Francne Rothlrs leave my natural red halr to Dolores Rodriguez Ramona Sanchez leave school but not wlth regret Paul Schmutt leave my bottle of halr oul to Howard Sallee Nellle Sepulveda leave my dark haur to Lynn Kltch Norman Strickland leave to work for the Lakevlew Datry Harold Telford leave my good grammar behrnd me Davrd Turner leave Kennys srster Mary to Sally Phrlllps bug brother lrvre l know they wall make a tune couple Pat Whlte leave my ablluty to play tennus to Marlon Phrllnps Don Wllllams leave for Long Beach Cnty College Don Wnllrams leave my sister Luetta to carry on for me next year Marilyn Wulllamson leave to go to college Shirley Parks leave to tom my other halt Davrd Parks 1 . 1 . 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I I ' SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Paulette Allen has taken the place of Rosemary Clooney an the muslcal world Frances Ambrlola ns marrned and IS llvnng nn Mlsslsslppl wxth her husband who IS maknng a career ofthe Arr Force Kennadune Anders as personal supervisor to her husband David a professional photographer Gnlbert Barnett IS a farmer back nn Indnana with hns wnfe Glenna and their flve chuldren Bob Blumel has recently won an Oscar for his outstandlng performance In the movlng picture THE MAD LOVER George Bone has now mastered the art of wetght llftlng and has taken over for Charles Atlas Russell Brady IS top stagehand at the Palace Theater ID New York and makes has home rn Staten lsland Janet Brown has a compltshed great fame as a leadtng concert planlst She IS now on tour In Europe Clement Bushman us a woman hatlng hermnt who makes has home In one of the Terracota caves Nancne Butler has performed her first malor operation on a patient at the Patton State Hospital Ronald Carr IS now presudent of the Olymplc Destructuon Company Joe Castlllo has flnally gunked has luttle blue Ford and bought a new l97O Cadlllac Karen Cass IS a leadlng Powers Model an New York, whale on the side she operates a strung of hot rod companles Bob Caudlllo has become a leadxng brann surgeon besldes being married to Sally and rauslng twenty two luttle Caudlllos Ruchard Chavez us now appearung at the Palladuum where he stars wlth has band and has trnple trumpet act Barbara Chostner as prnvate secretary to the great mystery wrtter Erle Stanley Gardner Theresa DeCoro has marrued and settled down wnth Johnny ID thenr beautuful estate THE CASAGRANDE In Beverly Hnlls 1 F . . . . . I PROPHECY Ava Dickey ts a model for a toothpaste company modeltng her pleasant smtle Lydta Dudtn ts married to Carl Johnson a dashtng sallor and she owns a ctrcutt of famous knuttung shops Davld Gagnon IS now head of the Elstnore Flre Department Dlana Geary IS satltng the seven seas wtth her husband Tommy Jack Gernert has gone un partnership wlth his brother Ed as owners of Lakeslde Chevrolet Jack Glbson has taken after has father and he IS a race car drlver Joan Gordo ns an accompltshed hatr stylust back tn New York Monuca Hales IS pruvate secretary to Emnly Post and makes her home tn Hollywood wnth Jack Beverly Harrns sttll has not chosen between Don and Bull but has become a we known marrtage counselor Ralph Htlton IS a leadlng crtmlnal attorney for The Boys Peggy Jones ts a leadtng mussuonary IH Africa trylng to convert head hunters Helen Kean ftnally married Duane and they are ltvlng very happtly tn Oregon Kenny Lee ts head dog catcher of Ruverstde County Dtck Malnar us a top rodeo performer with Peggy as his tranner and supervisor Rosemary McAvoy IS head masseuse at Murrieta Hot Springs Ronald McKenzie IS the most dustnngutshed hobo tn the Untted States He makes hls home on Bench 5 nn Central Park Dolores Mezort ts a leading Ford Dealer on the Mtracle Mule Barbara Moore IS head nurse at the Norwalk Hospital for the Insane Gordon Mummy IS star player for the New York Grants and his most ardent fans are his wife Betty and ftve ltttle ones Robert Natale rs now owner and manager of the Modern Food Center ID Elsinore Johnny Neal poses for the Man of Dtsttnctlon ads tn leading magaztnes Helene Oyas has a datly raduo program called Helene Faces Ltfe Muriel Padertck has now taken over for lna Ray Hutton on televtston with her all gurl show r . I I , . , . , ll- - ' - f ' 11 n , . . . ,, V H PROPHECY Sally Phullups us too darn busy takung care ot the twenty two luttle Caudullos to fund tume to do anythung else Frances Ponce has now taken the place of Connue Gamez as head secretary at Elsunore Unuon Hugh School Jum Ramsay us a leadung horse trauner tor the Barnum 'lauly Cnrcus Cleo Rhoads has become another Johnny Ray and has recently made a hut record called The Luttle Whute Cloud That Snores Jack Rorupaugh now owns halt of the state of Aruzona and he us wudely known as The Baron ot Aruzona June Rorupaugh us teachung Home Economucs at the new Temecula Hugh School Francue Rothlus us luvung un Mexuco Cuty as the Ftrst Lady ot the Land wuth her husband Presudent Ramurez Ramona Sanchez owns and operates La Tortulla restaurant un the bug cuty of Alberhull whuch has an over crowded populatuon of lutty thousand Paul Schmutt us presudent of a newly formed busuness men s club The Protuteers He us a promunent oul tycoon un Texas Nellue Sepulveda has gust returned from one of her excutung explouts un the dark lungles of South Afruca Norman Struckland us owner and manager ol the Lakevuew Daury un Elsunore Harold Telford us now the new owner and operator of the tamed Harolds Club un Reno He also specualuzes un psychuatry Davud Turner us personal photographer tor Marulyn Monroe under the supervusuon of hus wute Kennadune Pat Whute us luvung un the beautuful ltaluan cuty of Rome wuth her husband Jerry Don Wulluams natuve of Elsunore us now owner and manager of the Elstnore Hardware on Maun Street Don Wulluams who came to Elsunore Hugh from Corona us now doorman at the Stork Club un New York Marlyun Wulluamson us now pruncupal ot the Wuldomar Gramar School Shurley Puttenger us takung care of Davads farm un Wuldomar whule he us makung hus 'second mulluon un Torrance '., , 11 - - 11 1 11 - 11 , . 11 - 11 - - ' - ' - - 1 11 - 11 , . . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 4 11 - EVANS 'NUR I UHRE5 3105 15-SWTXOYC A L I Sfvcze l.'il.lEl'l'l'l'lER S IIIIRRIETA Ill'l' SPRINGS IALIFIRIIIA S IIREATEST l'llAL'l'l'l RESIR1' IIURRIETA CALIFURNIA IU FLIIIEN1' of 5 s 6 5111 1867 ANNIVERSARY 1352 FIRST NATIUNAL BANK ELSKNURE U 'F 1. , ,ff "F"1'w.::-,rw-W . - 4 'auzzfm-,..n . 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