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

 - Class of 1955

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We hope that Elsinore Union High has provided you with certain skills and some knowledge to assist you on your way. We wish to congratulate you individually and collectively upon your many successes during your high school years. We sincerely regret your de- parture and we want you to know that our very best wishes for your success will be with you always. Sincerely, William Cass, Vice-Principal FACULTY -gn wr ..f,,,lV fl iw K' M 'X .I f , 1 X H aw ' K if .41 LSC' I ,. ,,- --1-5 MRS. ROSE LEWIS Community Problems eral Math, Junior Business KJ MR. ALBERT KAZMIER Coach, Drivers Ed ucalion Algebra, First Aid MRS. MILDRED WEISSEND U. S. History English Ill l I .qw , f-1 f-',f X . " Us , s. is 1 4 -- 7 1 tx' , fi! 7 Neg. In , l X MR. GEORGE HUNNEX MISS MARION DIFFINE World Culture Home Economics Spanish QL' A 13 MR. WILLIAM CASS Vice Principal Geometry MR. FRED RYAN English Il, Journalism Speech and Drama 4, MISS JUANITA BLACKBURN Art Physical Education MISS CATHERINE V. FLANNELLY Physical Education Dean of Women in -? .1-maui, ,I ' fl rs CONNIE GOMEZ Secretory BARBARA CHOSTNER Assiston! Secretory N... , A Q- fr MRS. BURGESS Cafeieria Mgr. CUSTODIANS: MR. JUAREZ, MR, VILLA, MR. JOHNSON BUS DRIVERS: MR. PONTIOUS KPONTYI, L MR. ANGUS QUNCLE FRANKI 3131 FRESHMEN 'rf'-5-,Q " -.ani I 4617, , x -A up- lgqg l - . . ' 1 STARTING THE CLIMB 6 PRESIDENT - Joe Beach VICE PRESIDENT Pufsy Muller SECRETARY Beverly Wood TREASURER Jerry Goffmon 5 . ki 1 1" '- ,I I y I 5, 'P 2 as - f, .1 P 'f X ,I f Af ov 0 . cw' ,e ' i s i 'tx 'S S l 07 Y' y '- 3 T' l - i ilk., Wood, Sallee, Driscoll, Mouser, Dahl, Baxter, Crow, Miller, Freeman, Yates, Austin, Gamez, Wagner, Baxter, Stevens, Hazard, Sena, Rodriguez, Crane, Clark, Frabasilio, Fisher, Barnett, Walker, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Bennett, Caloia, Burnham. Compliments of ELSINORE HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams Woolly, Hayes, Moore, Barth, Tonner, Gray, Guthrie, Erdel, Burke, Miller, Swick, Smith, Watkins, Felber, Sohn, Janes, Rodriguez, Lass, Perry, Edwards, Thomas, Snideman, Kitch, Friedeman, Cornwell, Dunham, Bentley, Harris, Goffman, Johnston, Hunter, Cambell, Knott, Samaniego, Beach, Cervantes, Cole, Brady, Kitch D., Taylor, Teeter, Srhuck. m.ezc,:wf'af,Hf. , K , Y fm, - 5 - us - - hr 'F C Q ,z P' .rf ' f Vg, dpk A ,, f v. Q.- D' 1 vt ' 1 5 5. D gt, we f'. , 4 i. . Wu. .1 'M . 9 . A R, , '. Y 5.f ik , - ,g+,..- 1 'X' .m V 0 9' ,X f ' r I " 7' V. 1 Q 1 I' .. , .0 'ohh 'YW' f X, ,.x. fx . v nf ,. 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IQ' ?', ' f' It 'M in .1 I .r I O z.EiivSaw..:ilh-g ' ' TH WAY 1' 5 J PRESIDENT Stanley Halton VICE PRESIDENT DarreII Wagner SECRETARY Adallna Ramerlz TREASURER Dolorez Gonzales Q. --Q..- .. . an vw -5 f ,- 75 1 Q ' v-'f . tl 17? ii 7, .4 Acosta Arviso Young, Word, Hazard Madrigal Potter Hayes Torres Guthrie Moore, Jeffries Rasch, Strickland, Downie Rodriguez, Smith, Ponce, Stuhr Herpst, Melia Byland, McLaughlin Radach, Ballard, Smith Ford Hillebrand. Compliments of HANKS SHOE REPAIR Elsinore, California Mapes, Hilton, Roverts, Collins, Clark, Robinson, Harrison, Wagner, Love, Dempsey, Ellis, Alarcon Perez, Vega, Hales, Driscoll, See, Granillo, Seinz, Fisher, Abbott, Evans, Shirley, Carrizcsa, Williams McCaghren, Contreras, Dall, Crawford, Snider, Limon, Warfield, Mendoza, Ward, Mora. 7 2 s-f s i i r 1 on ll: ' A JUNIQRS giihyiif! zu 3- 4,51 'sf .10 ' - I ejx t 5 1415311 1. i ' 'I J ' diff 8 '1'f,1zs 11-fe'4"" A, r" F 5 efi.2Ql5."'Q'i?- , .. 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BENDIX LAUNDRY Elsinore, California Caloia, Washburn, lsham, Rodriguez, Salgado, Johnson, Barnelv, Jacobson, Barnes, Orliz, Bone, Pollen, Goffrnan, Seinz, Redding. Sanderson, Mackley I Y' . I of L wx.- w ,T J 4 i 0.7. Psi' 'I ds .44 rv-C jf- gt,- ...... . h I fvs-5 ,nga sf H if-ii --vr J wg.-' is-L af' 'QE Q- TX in Q. X541 ,Lib ,J 373' Fa' 1,- -J s S vw, 1 5 'ff z , 'fax ' x L ,XO 1 ..f. 1t"f'm ' in ,,gf3?x -V' q ,Hx V xy if x A Fi- .., . w SENIDRS ' l ,vfgvf sq . ,, - '- WW M 1+ '- .'-f.f'f+u- ,K ,. sJg . .vu 5' N ' '- f ' .'s ' '51 'QL f ,Q , Ali- T., ,AS Q ' f 'C ,E ,.iA,jf:q1,.4k ,ffm if , ,, , T? A 5 ' ggi. bl ."s"'s.- C .Ffa .-lv .-'- 6", 2Q 3, quiz.: - , - .3124 F, PAQ K' , . ,I X I A '.j,jlf,Ws Q ,' ' lf, 'L-sg' f I " A iwtmon f fx T . N, . f .',' 1-Q'-2' mv, ly ' paw' ' i ,Q . 'X' , 43 Q 0 lk.,' ,' . 93: ,ab 1' ., ,gpg my fu' jf!!-Xf'4, 1 1 .tif ,df "' '31 .-Ala.. t 'F 1 lj 3 x gtg 1--B' AT THE END OF THIS CLIMB X ALFRED GREY "lt's Later Than You Think" Senior Class President F.F.A. l-2-3-4, Band l-2-3-4, Spring Concert l-2-3-4, Christmas Program 2-3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Crier 4, F.F.A. Reporter 4. 2 V A KAYE WOODE "Stranger in Paradise' Senior Class Secretary los Alamos l, Culver City 2, F.H.A. Drummerettes 4. Play, Campus . g ea MLN RONALD HALES "Smile" Senior Class Vice Pres. Football l-3-4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Spring Concert l-2-3-4, Christmas l-2-3-4, Band l-2-3-4, Boy's State 3, Jr. Play 3. 3-4, Chorus 3, li NANCY KARNES "Wedding March" Senior Class Treasurer G.A.A. l-2-3, C.S.F. l-2-3-4, F.H.A. l-4, Christmas Program 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. VINCENT AMBRIOLA Wlne Women 81 Song Football I 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 oph Class Pres F F A I 2 3 4 Lettermen s Club 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 Basketball I DAN BAXTER Sllppmg Around A F F A Pre 3 3 tu dent Store 4 Campus Crner 3 4 ALICE BOONTJER Alnce Blue Gown Chorus I F H A 4 Offnce LEON BOREL Racmg Wnth The Moon Bas etball I 2 Jr Play 3 Sr Play 4 oot I 2 GLENDA BRADY Here Comes The Brlde GAA I 2 FHA I 4 Girls Glee 2 Chorus I Jr Play 3 Band 3 4 Sprung Concert 3 4 Sr Play 4 GEORGE BROWN Crazy Man Crazy A FFA Pre Football I 2 Track I 2 3 4 Student Store 3 4 Band 2 Lettermen s Club 3 4 SUSAN BUTLER Dark Eyes GA A I 2 3 4 Campus Cruer I Drnll Team 2 Soph Class Sec FHA 3 4 Tennus Team 34 Jr Class Vlce Pres Jr Play Sr ay Annual Staff 3 Co Edutor 4 CS F I 2 3 4 CSF Treas 3 GAA Board 3 4 Student Councul 4 CAROL BYLAND No Other Love G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Usherettes 2-3-4 Usherette s. 4 . s ec. . Play Sr. Play F.H.A.4 DriIlTeam 3. Q"'x 3,15-. -if bf A S A X 'T"...'? Q ff! DIANE CASTO "My Diane" F.H.A. 3-4, Office 4, Chorus 3, Jr. Play 3. BONNIE CHANDLER "Bewitched" Usherettes I-2-3-4, Usherette Sec. 3, G.A.A. I-2-3-4, G.A.A. Board 3, Acrobatic Dance I, Glee Club I-2, Twirlers 3, Campus Crier 3-4, Tennis Team 3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. DAVID CHAVEZ "Dream" Football I-2-3-4, F.F.A. I, Band 2-3, Christ- mas Program 2-3, Spring Concert 2-3, C.S.F. 3-4, Lettermen's Club I-2-3-4, Lettermen's Pres. 4, I.ettermen's Vice Pres. 3, A.S.B. Vice Pres. 4, Student Council 4, Jr. Play 3. BETTY COLE "Paper DolI" Chorus I, Glee Club 3, Spring Concert I-3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Campus Crier 3-4, G.A.A. l, F.H.A. I, Twirlers 3. LARRY COLLINS " Lover?" Spring Concert I, Band I, Christmas Program 'l, Fresh. Class Vice Pres., Basketball I-2-3-4, Baseball I-2-3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. H. JAMES COY "Tenderly" Basketball I, Chess Club 3. MICHAEL CROWLEY "Temptation" Basketball I-2-3-4, Football I-2-3-4, Track 3-4, F.F.A. I, Lettermen's Club 3-4, Letter- men's Vice Pres., C.S.F. 3-4, Student Council 4. EDWARD DEMPSEY "The High and The Mighty" Tennis 'l-2-4, C.S.F. I, Lettermen 2-3-4, Cam- era Club 3, Chess Club 3. VIRGINIA DURDIN "Sugar Blues" G.A.A. I-2-3-4, G.A.A. Board 4, Jr. Play Sr. Play, Drill Team 2-3-4. ELSIE ESCALLIER "Sweetheart" F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. 3-4, Office 4, Art Club I-2 GARY GEDIMAN "Wheel of Fortune" Band I-2-3-4, Christmas Program I-2-3-4 Spring Concert I-2-3-4, Jr. Play, Football 3 Sr. Play. PATRICIA GIPSON "Makin' Whoopee" Oklahoma I, G.A.A. 2-3-4, C.S.F. 2-3, Jr Play, Sr. Play, Twirlers 3, Campus Crier 3 Editor 4. YVONNE GRAY "When I Was Young" F.H.A. 3-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Chorus 3-4, Office 4 CLELA GREEN "Earth AngeI" G.A.A. I-2-3-4, Usherettes 3-4, Sec. Usher ettes 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. PAULINE HARRIS "Anywhere I Wander" Chorus I, F.H.A. 3-4, Sec. F.H.A. 4, G.A.A 3-4, Office 4. CAROL HECKMAN "Naughty lady of Shady lane" Acrobatic Dancing I, F.H.A. I-3-4, F.H.A. Historian 4, Tennis 4, Office 4, Chorus I Campus Crier 2-3, G.A.A. 2-3-4. Sud' wwf? 9' 117 1 --al' -ng SN '14 TONY HILLEBRAND "l'm An Old Cowhand" F.F.A. 'l-2-3-4, Tennis l-2-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Lettermen's Club l-2-3-4. KElTH HOWELL "Anywhere I Wander" Arcadia l, Wilson Jr. High 2, Track 3-4, Football 3 KENNETH HOWELL lll Follow You Arcadia l Wilson Jr High 2 Track 4 Foot ball 3 PAULA HUDDLESTON With A Song ln My Heart FHA l Chorus l 2 3 4 Campus Crier 4 Twirlers3 4 Jr Play Sr Play JOSEPH KALIN 'Ebb Tide Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Tennis 3 4 Jr Play Sr Play JOHN KELLAR This ls Heaven Football 2 3 Basketball l 2 3 4 Christmas men s Club 3 4 RICHARD LIMON Anyone Can Fall In Love Bas etballl FFA 12 3 4 VERNA LOVE Walking On a Cloud Spring Concert l 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Jr Play Sr Play CSF 4 Campus Crier 4 . x . l l K , S, l , 4 X J ' fc, A . I . 1 . I I - 1 I i Q S J A ! ,, . ,- Q . , - -.I - - - , - I at A V Program 3141 Jr. Play, C.S-.FJ 2-3-4, Letter- Y Ls J ' ' ig? ' ' y 2 W ,rly i Q X .T .. 4' k . . , . . . . 4- , 42, if ' ,X Z .1 . U i H x , . , . . . , ' . , 24 X , FLORENCE MADRIGAL "Them There Eyes" F.H.A. 4, Band l-2-3-4, G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Chorus 4, Annual 2, Cafeteria Club 3, Office 4. EDNA MEJIA "Singin' Along" Pomona-Freemont Jr. High l-2, F.H.A. 3-4, EI Lago Art Editor 4. DONALD MURPHY "Green Years" Baseball l, Basketball l, Jr. Play. MARGARET NAKAI "String of Pearls" Annual Staff 1-2,Co-Editor 4, C.S.F. l-2-3-4, G.A.A. l-2-3-4, G.A.A. Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Student Council 3-4, Jr. Class Pres. 3, Girls' State 3, F.H.A. 4, Soph. Class Treas., Drill Team 3-4. WAYNE NATALE "High and The Mighty" Basketball l-2-3-4, Tennis l-2-3-4, Football l-2-3-4, Lettermen 2-3-4, Lettermen Sec.- Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 2, A.S.B. Vice Pres. 3, A.S.B. Pres. 4, F.F.A. I-2-3-4, Boys' State 3, Student Council 3-4. FRED OYAS "Just a Little Lovin' " F.F.A. l-3-4, Football l-2-4, Baseball l-2-3- 4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Letter- men 2-3-4. LOIS OLIPHANT "l'm Coming" Washington lrving l, Eagle Rock 2, F.H.A. 3-4, Cafeteria 4, Office 4. CHARLES ROBERTS "Lazybones" Football l-2-3-4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Base- ball l-2-3-4, Tennis 2-3, Pres. l, Lettermen 2-3-4, Student Council l. A s... Osx' 1 s. . a-. 4. 7' 6- v C!-W xsl' Q' S F x I s l T 'HW' 1' '.V'.-5, , ,, " f if QLQ i 'f RY x '35-2, if , ' Ei ,gi X A Oo, 6 fl FRANCES RODRIGUEZ "Jingle Bells" Chorus I-3, F.H.A. 3-4, Office 4. GLORIA RODRIGUEZ "What Good ls a Gal Without a Guy?" Chorus I-3, G.A.A. l. RICHARD RODRIGUEZ "Keep lt Gay" F.F.A. I-2-3-4, Football l-2-3-4, F.F.A. Treas. 3, Basketball l, C.S.F. 1. NOREEN RYAN "lf l Could Make You Mine" La Jolla High l-2, Head Maiorette 3, Head Cheerleader 4, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Chorus 3-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Campus Crier 4. ALENA SALAS "'Wedding Bells" G.A.A. 2-3-4, F.H.A. 3-4, Drill Team 2, Jr. Play, Cafeteria Club I-4. HOWARD SALEE "Tree Top Tall" Basketball I-2-3-4, Football l-2-3-4, Track 2-3, F.F.A. l-2-3-4, Lettermen l-2-3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Student Store 3, C.S.F. 3. JAMES SCHUCK "Bidin' My Time" Band l-2-3-4, Spring Concert I-2-3-4, Christmas Program l-2-3-4, Football 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Basketball I-3, Track 2-3, F.F.A. 4, Lettermen 3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. ROBERT SELOVER "Tell Me You're Mine" Football I-2-3-4, Baseball l-2-3-4, Basket- ball l-2-3-4, Lettermen 2-3-4, F.F.A. l, Band l-2-3-4, Christmas Program 1-2-3-4, Spring Concert l-2-3-4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. DOROTHY THOMAS "Sweetheart" Vega High, Texas I-2, Jr. Class Treasurer, Chorus 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, F.H.A. 4. CHRIS TUCKER "Poor Wanderin' Stranger" Football I-2-3, Basketball I-2-3, Baseball I-2-3-4, Tennis 3-4, F.F.A. I-3, Lettermen 2-3-4. IVA JEAN TOMLINSON WERNER "l'm Comin' Home" G.A.A. I-2, Song Leader I-2-3, Adagio I-2 Annual Staff 3, Jr. Play, Campus Crier 3. VERNE WILLIAMS "Ragg Mopp" Tennis I-2-3-4, Band I-3-4, Jr. Play, Sr Play, Basketball 3. PATRICIA MOORE "Hey There" Chorus 2-3, Dance Band 3-4. BARBARA RIGGS "Home Sweet Home" ESTHER GAMEZ "Sweetie" Chorus 4, F.H.A. 3-4, Office 3-4, Cafeteria 4. MARY ELLEN FOLLINGS Deo'Nv HAVE A THING To J wane. -'z -JJ "l -lk, ac! CZK - X llll D1,0w7N mf i 'fl LAST WILL 8K TESTAMENT Vince Ambriola leave my beautiful schnozola to Dick Ortiz Dan Baxter leave my ability to ditch school to Dave Barnett Alice Boontler leave Jimmy Williams to the Junior girls Leon Borel leave my thread bare tires to the Temecula Bus Glenda Brady leave to the tune of the Wedding March George Brown leave my ability to run the mile to Alvin Johnson Susan Butler leave after many long years Carol Byland leave with Freddie Oyas Diane Casto leave The Girls Bonnie Chandler leave to catch up with George David Chavez leave my promptness to Philip Roberts Betty Cole leave my figure to Saundra Radach Jimmy Coy leave my quiet ways to Jimmy Wagner Michael Crowley leave my cracked up lokes to Wayne Mackley Eddie Dempsey leave to the relief of all the teachers Elsie Escallier leave my giggle to Nancy Smith Virginia Durdm leave to pursue a husband Esther Gamez leave my noisy ways to Jane Harmon Gary Gediman leave my musical ability to Joe Schuck Pat Gipson leave my Okie charm to Anita Mouser Yvonne Gray leave my height to Pat Downie Clela Green leave taking all my valued possessions with me Skeeter Grey leave my ability to be late to Mrs Sargent s class to Don Hales Ronald Hales leave very quietly Pauline Harris leave my long hair to Patsy Miller If . . I . . . . ll I .. . I II . . I . . . . . . I, , ' . I, , ' . If I .. . . ' I, , - . I, , ' ' . I, . I ., . I, ' , ' . If . I .. . I, , ' . I, Larry Collins, leave the E. U. H. S. girls with regret. I, . I . . i I, ' , ' . I, ' , ' . I, . . I . . . I, . . . . I . I, , ' . ll . I . .. I I, . , . . . I, , ' ' . I' I . . . ' I, I .. u , I, , ' . I' . . I . . . Carol Heckman leave my sunny personallty to Agnes Madrlgal Tony Hrllebrand, leave my car payments to Jerry Brady Kat Howell leave my abrllty to talk too much to Davld Crawford Ken Howell leave with my handsome brother Paula Huddleston leave my volce to Bonnie Bennet Joseph Kahn leave whrch as enough and I consrder myself lucky Nancy Karnes leave to step Into Holy Wedlock Jack Kellar leave curly halr to Stanley Halton Rnchard Llmon leave Dolores wlth a lump rn my throat Verna Love leave on my eternal manhunt Florence Madrngal leave my band pants to Duck See Edna Mena can t spare a thsngl Pat Moore leave my aggresslve personalrty to Kathy Stevens Margaret Nakar leave and hope the college professors are handsome Wayne Natale leave whatever l have to whom ever can fund It Fred Oyas leave Harry Goffman broken hearted Lots Ollphant leave my Pepsodent smlle to Pat Baxter Charles Roberts leave my abllnty to get along wrth teachers wlthout openrng a book Frances Rodriguez leave to the tune of Jungle Bells Gloria Rodriguez leave my peroxide bottle to Loretta Erdel Rrchard Rodriguez leave my crazy car to the garage Noreen Ryan leave my talkrng obrluty to the speech class Alena Salas leave and although there s not much of me l m takmg rt all Howard Sallee leave my gym trunks to walk up to whomever they wrll James Schuck leave my football number to Leroy Cornwell Robert Selover leave my seat on the basketball bench to Robert Snrder , . , . , . , . . I I . . I . ' , . , . . . I , . . I , . , . , . I . . ' Donald Murphy, leave Joyce, but not for long. , . I l I . . ' , . , . I , . , . , . , . I I l I , . , . , . LAST WILL 81 TESTAMENT Dot Thomas leave to go back to Beauhful Texas Chrls Tucker leave WHEWI Kaye Wood wlth a generous heart leave the school to Beverly Verne Wllllams will If you will Iva Jean Werner leave to loan Bob and settle down for good eave even Though I wasn 'r here very long ua Q 7 o' Q 'K Q Z' no no U1 flflrf,,. bl!! X X We The Senior Class of 1955 leave our chernshed posmon To the Class of T956 They may also have the work that goes along wath It Signed wlfnessed sealed approved and applauded on thus day NNN," THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1955 I 10' I Ijlfflfll lllllfll ,G'1 . 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Q- . nl, H v un I" lla V' nn 9' llll nm l'-. nu.: 0 '4-nf. ' un. " Q.. 'm.. Hn o."t SECRETARY SR. WILL G PROPHECY Clelu Green 36 'b X I "' STUDENT . 'A i COUNCIL f A Vice-President "" David Chavez l S fy Secretary Louise Roripaugh Treasurer Vernette Knott President Wayne Natale COUNCIL MEMBERS: Front row: Noreen Ryan, Head Cheerleader, Wayne Natale, President, Louise Roripaugh, Secretary. Second row: Stanley Hilton, Sophomore President, Joe Beach, Freshman Presi- dent, Vernette Knott, Treasurer, Dave Chavez, Vice-President. last row: Alfred Grey, Senior President, Susan Butler, Annual Co-Editor, Jane Nakai, Junior President, Michael Crowley, Letterman's Club Representative, Not pictured: Margaret Nakai, Annual Co-Editor. w' i F X46 Standing: J. Nakai, Butler, M. Nakai, Byland, Johnson, Evans, Hilton, Barnett, Kellar. Seated: Radoch, Hudson, Jordan, Smith, Love, Knott, Kitch, Erdel, Ryan. The Scholarship Federation, this year, chose as their president, Alvin Johnson. Serving along with him were vice president, if Stanley Hilton, secretary, Mary Linda Hud- son, treasurer, Vernette Knott. They were under the very able guidance of Mr. Wil- liam Cass. . 'Pa Compliments of JQ LAKESIDE CHEVROLET CO Graham Avenue i 49' Elsinore, California 30 : X30 V' ,fm fxsirwz 'os' EOXYOR f Vox Cvkpson Xa'- XWW T 'no ' ui' "Oh YXOQQ1 CA CMPUS RIER X xx t Vx 2 1 '4 Ji! f Doi x Q ,nm Q E k ?' ' ?V 4,3 ' t X 'J 4' 'Ze ' " vi ' ' I I ' 'Ill af' sv' 'x it Gxeq, 7 Gxpson, SV-eater YXec.V-mon, Bonme 6dXesXon, Yo! wons, Vox soo, Vox YouXo YN ., CoXe, kewl Y. Ymmw Socob Semen Non, Benq swn , owe, Smokin NN4-New Bohn C,XwonAXev, slemu X. Yard, C,o1oX YNec.V-mo 0. i liz x, 39 THE FUTURE FARMERS CDF AMERICA vs: 5.- sv X nd s ,. .J of nffi, . Sentinel, Vince Ambriolag Reporter, Skeeter Grey, Treasurer, Richard Rodriguez, Secretary, Jerry Stew- art, Vice President, Howard Salleeg President, George Brown, Advisor, Mr. Gurley. L.. e , Rodriguez, Lass, Johnson, Bernard, Redding, Keller Saminego, Watkins. .1 4" 4 1 ' .fl Q Baxter, Love, Harrison, Barel, Natale, Caloia, Geary, Wash- rn, Ishom, Oyas, Ortiz, Dempsey, uck, Hillebrand, Limon, McCahgren, Wright, Saenz, Sipos, Perez, Ellis, Wagner, Salgada, Rodriguez, Harris, Perry, Beach, Cornwell, Camp- ' 40 s wnusnxisxfig !ll:llill5IFgf mel 'ws ls, ff +1 11 I ' . Ayles, Potter, Acosla, Salgado, Hudson, From, Driscoll, Boontjer, Slevens, Rasch, Jeffries, Oliphant, Sluhr, Sallee, Love, Kilch, Walker, Herpst, Torres, Perez, Gray, Radach, Guthrie, Wood, Rameriz, Harmon, Hazard, Miller. N ,Y- A. X- l' CHORUS J X fy! 'il R Lx .- X x DRILL TEAM Bock: Arviso, Young, Jones, Dur- din. Cenler: Crow, Boxler, Wag- ner, Miller, Smith. Fronl: Huddles' ton, From, Walker. ,..,,.,. 'll SONGLEADERS D Strickland Hillebrond Downie Bylcnd 14 B . FUTURE HOMEMAKERSAROF x Qf Moniot, Freeman G., Crow, Baxte Thomas, Oliphan trickland, Ford, Morris, Arthur, Bennett, Freeman, r, Mouser, Meiia, Byland, Green, Loring, Jordan, Kirby, Salgado, Boontjer, Brady, t, Karnes, Salas, Gonzalas, Miss Diffine, Stuhr, Herpst, Potter, Rodriguez, Sena, Rodri- guez, Moore, Jefferys, Gray, Flanders, Smith, Burnham, Arviso, Torres, Rodriguez, Murphy, Hazard, Nakai, Gamez, Vice-Pres., Medina, Pres., Harris, Sec., Mejia, S., Trecs., Escallier, Calioa. t. USHERETTES Carol Medina, Eileen Byiand, TreasurergConna Baxter, Clela Green, 5ecretary,Bonnie Chandlery Ginger Freeman, Marcia Stricktandp Louise Rari- paugh, Nancy Beauchamp, Vice President, Caro! Byiand, President. 5 . X ,.1-' I lov LETTERMEN Top Row: Kellar, Johnson, P. Roberts, Mackley, Brown, Goffman, C, Roberts. Seventh Row: Alarcon. Sixfh Row: Hille- brand. Fifth Row: Ambriolo, R. Rodriguez, Love, R. Rodriguez. Fourth Row: Tucker, Chavez, President, Crowley, Vice-Pres., Hales, Sec.-Treas., Mr. Swan. Third Row: Dempsey. Second Row: Jacobson. First Row: Selover, Sallee, Williams, Schuck, Natale, Collins, Oyas. 14.11 -s..- P SENIO CLASS PLAY R THE PURPLE MOON" PRQGRAM 'Hambone THE ROYALTY S V T ALUMNI r I . Q I MISS ELSINORE ary Linda Hudson HOMECOMING QUEEN Margaret Nakai f gf f I ,AM vi FOOTBALL KING In QUEEN FAIR MAID Dave Chavez - Vernetie Knott I J T I W M2 'X 7' I 5, 'E li '5' E 5, 5 ':',J'P'.-MZ' - " ' am, uf I if 'fi , ' ' ??f5"fi? . .QM y M ,,.- , ,MV f' 'J' ! - f 'fb A , 21. W :,: A 1 ,f , .- V, V, H, A ' E ' , , J uni 1 2 'U .65 4 U g , v ' I if L A t Q 5' ' 2, "3 f 32 , A Q 262w wie, ,J-E fill. fl? 'A' . , if? 2 1, I ff '. J' '41, 1 ,X 3 .ga ' L 9' - V if W xl, 4 .. VNV' ASSISTANT cdgqu Mr. Ori " ' fn W My - ' .-A :x 0 M A 4 45 N I 1 .Y 1215 fa 3' W MAKES W rua.-pnha,-Q: - ,y V w ' f' Q . wx M . I 41.1 ' K, I., ga A JV A 1 1 I 1 it 'I A 9 ' " 0' co-cnvwus MQ- . "' i W David Chayeg xg ' g y -g A 1 K . 5.4 1' , , ., , , wx ' 'W ' 1 ' ' ?'f'gfff9-55374124 5 . A 'Q ,., ,mx u 3 J ' u , x I. 2 .f.v5w .'i, m 4 X -I r fur "'1. ALVIN JOHNSON 1 PHILLIP ROBERTS PAU Back Back V, , HAROLD GOFFMAN N BCC!! .-0-na -no Assnstant Coach 'Km Fred Orr Coach Al Kcxzm 'TE Sallee, Corrizosn Alcrcon, Wagner, HOSEA LOVE ' Tackle 4? ...ff caowuav. n-up mu. N Chavez, Beniley, Kolin, Selover, Crowley, 411' .wg ff' RICHARD RODRIGUEZ Back A Tackle ,fi-IOWARD SALLEE "G-ne? R RT SELOVER QARTHUR ALARCQN Back DAVE CHAVEZ VINCE AMBRIOLA All R.C.L. End All R C I. IH M D Guard P. Robe Goffmc Oyos, Hales, love, Mockley Rodrigu Ortiz, Johnson C. D. cl Ambrnol X Robe SCORES Elsinore Palm Springs l9 l3 San Jacinto ld 26 Banning 6 20 Beaumont 6 42 Coachella O l9 Hemet O O Perris 6 6 A though the Elsinore ers me in r league standing this year they defeated Coachellas championship team l9 O e eam sparke Seniors and led by co cap tcuns Dave Chavez and Charles Roberts, had a very good season, ending with two tie games which could very well have meant the championship. Despite the tact that our boys were not recognized as R.C.L. champs, they will always be the champs in our estimation. 52 'F PQ A fN. 'N 'N fs -245 '1 4113 I ' 1 i 4 l 1 ?1 JUNICDR VARSITY FOCJTBALL Mr, Rector, Wright, Perez, Washburn, Robison, Campbell, See, Jones, Coach Swan, Jordan, Sohn, Abbot, Geary, Watkins, Sipos, Cornwell, Cervantes, Barth, Williams, Wagner, Mendoza, Freidman, Snideman, Hunter, Woolly, Hilton, Felber, Snider, Swick, Kitch, Brody, Knott, Mgr. Edwards. Our Junior Varsity Tigers this year were coached by Mr. Al Swan with the assistance of Mr. Rector. Losing only one game, the Jr. Varsity team showed us that Elsinore High School has nothing to worry about with a future varsity team to be composed of these boys. Compliments of ERDEL'S SERVICE Murrieta, California A BASKETBALL Johnson,RobeHs,Oyas,KeHar,SaHee,Comns,Haks,Sdoven MacHey,Coach Banning ..,........ .... San Jacinto ..... .,.. Palm Springs Perris .....,....... .... Coachella .... .... Hemet .,..... Beaumont .. Banning .,,,.. San Jacinto Palm Springs Perris ,......,.. Coachella .. Hemet ...,,,.. Beaumont .. Visitors EUHS 28 41 36 32 32 40 35 58 47 40 38 60 38 55 47 49 51 60 53 56 36 80 41 37 32 69 42 72 AISwan Won Lost Won Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Compliments of CRESWELL MINERAL HOT SPRINGS, Elsinore, California f Y ., l 'A ,ab , , nt! 'A til . I in--' i f I .uf ' 1 Q ? 1 2' I 7 i li or 2 W 1 QM.. X Wk Q vi'- 3 Q I 3 A f 1? X Q 5 1 + 3 W' U 3 i1,!f 2 ,......-,x., . i .mn f 9 U 5 I xy: BEE BASKETBALL CHAMPS Mapes, Hilton, Sipos, Coach Swan, Sohn, Driskell, Barnett, Bentely, Goffman, Roberts, Natale Banning ...... San Jacinto Palm Springs Perris .......... Coachella ., Hemet ..,..,. Beaumont .. Banning .,,.., San Jacinto Palm Springs Perris ..,....... Coachella .. Hemel ....... Beaumont ...... Visitors EUHS 23 55 53 55 19 57 31 52 36 56 51 50 42 55 33 57 42 61 31 50 40 58 38 53 51 46 ...mlforfeitl 0 2 Compliments of JOE SEITZ Elsinore, California Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won J , .,f 1 Q X'5?e ig" Q S I .E 16 , ,L A L 5? Q 98. ...if Erdel Snuder See Contreras Mora Lrmon Jones Knott, Coach Kazmier, Mendoza, Hunrer, Dunham, Biers, Kikh, Beauchamp Q4 1 x BASEBALL IIH A ,l'-vw' 'iiiez-q ,it Ji.-4 'Ca W WR? 0 X ,4l Cap' ful JJ! :uv 'Ns 'c Xgg L C if SSN HM C 4-K' 'C 1,1 M W' ,lv J,,l"x Buck row Beach Lass Cole Bentley Perry Dunham Cervantes Watkins Middle row Johnson Mack ley Barnett Mapes Oyas Washburn Collins Roberts Coach Kazmier Front row Brady Selover Gaffman Hunter Schuck Mendoza Kutch Ambriola As this annual goes to press before baseball season this year it is impossible to give the game scores. We believe that there is a very promising season ahead of Us and that the boys will work hard to place in the top bracket 'n the R. C. . COACH-AL KAZMIER 59 U. U 5 ' Q." is N., v-121 ... ' . rf . 1 'Ui ,, , ,,, f new V. vgqg. ,g , , ALVIN JOHNSON 505 SELQVER Cdffhef First Base 'ei A 7 bg, A 4 - .5 I' gy. an-A 1' :- B- 4 I- fl? R J LARRY COLLINS Q9 C Pifcher ' I xx Game 5 BG V09 We ook xo A Tow 75 W fc: Kg I Q N42 JIMMY SCHUCK WAYNE MACKLEY Outfielder Qugfielde, 1 No '1 N - Fl 5 amy fa X' v.. .., 'lf A 5 Agn:-Qwyg, fi VA " .. ' 'ru 4' , ., N, L4 ' if if- M ., , kr ,n., ,la ,, , . . ,gh-fir?" ' nl! ' . ,.,4 .nf +1 - WQYW7' 'Q' K' lf ,ni -. .U , f- .re' ..--f A - ..f FRED OYAS CHARLES ROBERTS Second Base Third Base , o A 6.9 AM Tqk . Q Me O Ui W. e Crowd DAVE BARNETT VINCE AMBRIOLA Shorisfop Ouifielder 'ff .V ' M' K , 5.4. W ff M R+- ,,, QQXV ' ., Viv 5 wggfi . A f" 'N F ......fa.,, fr "' N 1 ,R -l 9:2 if - f f ." ' 1 , " bfi' 'I I 'w'wf,1' ' - . I y W 1 ' MM . fi' 1 Q "iff 'ir ' s ' ,Y T 'fl V .. 2, fl.. A . ' 'P - x- R 7 qc: 5 A -draw 4 , 1 f""x o 1 Qi -P'-F any-f 7 l li 4 ' , , TRACK Q., 4.2, v - 0 p ' ' 'S' v"x'i I . 1 ' xg I -faq? . . A vw. Av. ' . X I i Pvlq L-4-j.i.::.gPgf: Q - 1- ,.:?::.41.:..iT:.l.'e:iu:,::f4g,.f3 -, Y . In 0 .1,.:rJAA Av :.fir5,1.,2-ssc p,,f ,K - Q ...,,,,,5" ' ' ' ' ' - fi-J f iff- Jw 9 ff v- v . , A , . C.9"fel 'J ,f - 3 ' 1 lu, "' Top row: Shirley, Hilton, P. Roberts, Cornwell, Baxter, Bernard, Alarcon, Rodriguez, Jones, Beacltr Middle row: Brady, Cervantes, Campbell, Mendoza, limon, D. Wagner, love, Crowley, C. Roberts Bottom row: Coach Swan, Schuck, Robison, Caloia, Mackley, J. Wagner, lrown, Ken Howell, Evans Mgr. Selover, I l i t - l 1 fix, - s Q A , 5 a 1 . V I eer- 4, , 1 I g i f 1 I mg, I 411 fu 'J V ' 3 1 I Q 1 HO- la I I Y . I m As'-zlqlme at .-.. , GEORGE BROWN R.C.L, Mile Record Holde il RIVERSIDE COUNTY FARMERS FAIR ASSOCIATION BOYS' TENNIS l .L -. l'7., V5 jr A A ,4 ' f, l ' ' , f' 1 wx .JM , J lf fl ,Q f. Il i, TENNIS TEAM: Ed Dempsey, Phil Roberts, Verne Williams, Charles Roberls, Hoesa Love, Wayne Nalale, Alvin Johnson, Harold Goffman, Tony limon. Not Pictured-Coaches Fred Orr 8. William Cass. This Page Compliments of WILLIAMS .IEWELERS Elsinore, Calif. un-an Q FTW Q -4 5--W df. A., 6 ,WSI GIRLS' TENNIS C3 A A. CDFFICERS - BOARD MEMBERS T 1 - 'Jw ' :bf 4 - : 4 1 .' 1- 3.328 ' ' ' r ' if . 'rr' 1 1. ' , 5, . .- . f'r'-X, .t , ' .J ' -- , , ' -.W -A Nunn N 17 A L Q ' vw 3 ' ". swings' I N wifi im pq. - 5 K ga. V Us .7 -s V Xa' we-N Q A. . . 5 1' Q iq' D 4 1 r , i, , I , Q ' gl. g's ' . . ' M1 "rf, Stir. fn' . 7 'l ' - 5 Q I Fi Mr? r ft -'V X U 1 I -'nw' vt ,. Lfiwnf. ,zw :,,:1,4yi ,.,,5,M:W5 -.,.lAi,":'z"."'1' -'?,:o-2 A. If 'B 5 ESV-- . .- ff, .Q . Y--f.8i'.r-'Yi' A 'vt' If . M' ' '73-'.Z55f'q .4 5 Q f ggi.- ,, . A-19.1524 . - L QL 1 - sh. sq.: M ' ' I 'J , AQ. " 'Y 58 .f r Qflr ln 5 f:a5,J4fTig, "2 ' "5'?a5f-gs pg, ' - t f x . rx. -" fr - 1 r of 'mf My vw, , , W5 1 .,,,f,f.r -V . use 1 A wg. aff , few- .. ': Ill-' ' ' 13" . M QgWf"" K I ' " -- 'A so G,g,p"5. 9- , h ' fig. of 1 1-ww. , .surf A -V' ' , . 1-,g 1 A h -, . g'..iL:.,,:-,g ' - J... . ,F :YQ -a, V . . A . PRESIDENT-Morgoret Nakai, VICE-PRESIDENT-Vernette Knott SECRETARY-Nancy Smith, TREASURER-Jane Nokci. BOARD: Advisor Miss Ftannelly, Sr, board members-S. Butler, V. Durdin, Jr. Board member-L. Roripough, Soph. Board members-P. Dowine, M, Strickland, Freshman Board Member-B. Wood. Officers: V. Knott, N. Smith, J. Nakoi, M. Nakoi. t A.- ii b II is 3 5 4-Ji X U I' if a 51, I r I n 9 , .x ht , s SX A Lx I 'ix"" if' x X"'1e - 1 I bi Inf wp. '-Q, 5 I 'arf H17-7 ' Ill -. I 1 ,, ,.L.-l..-- 5.-fa-1' . -.-.V ..... . Q wap P , tg- '- , , W , E- ' I I A 2 y gf 1' 2 g f 4 f s Q A 33 N, ' 1' 'ar A N ' ,l--- -gl- . 1 ' 11 r .qw ,gm H' 1 U- '-N ' f QL!!! 1 vmwllrwv , 'X x:::.':::::::f ' B f?s 7,4-4 4 ' 1 an E Jw-an 4:12 'Z SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Vance Ambrlola was this year crowned MR UNIVERSE ll Dan Baxter as now a member of the lmmlgratlon Dept working on the border near Tnuana Alice Boontler native of Elsinore us now the flrst lady fnre chlef of our falr clty Leon Borel has gone Into partnership wlth Jlm Schuck on the largest cham of cattle ranches In the U S Glenda Brady and her husband Buck have moved back to lndlana where they have taken up farmung and ralsnng chlldren George Brown IS stall following his track career herding cattle on hus Alberhlll ranch Susan Butler as now head bookkeeper at Benny s Supermarket Carol Byland and Fred have at last settled down on thenr 100 acre ranch ln Wnldomar and are kept busy rausnng their 12 children Duane Casto us now head masseues at Murrleta Hot Sprmgs Bonme Chandler IS llvlng an Murrleta with her husband and 6 children David Chavez IS head Instructor at the Vac Tanney Muscle bulldmg gym Betty Cole has at last found the man of her dreams and they have settled In the fast growing community of Sedco Hllls Larry Colllns as now pltchnng for the New York Yankees .llm Coy has lust won hrs flrst Oscar for hrs performance In a motlon picture Mlke Crowley has at last attamed his goal he has become a second Captain Jet Ed Dempsey IS now head mechanlc at the Lakeslde Chevrolet Co Vlrglnla Durdln IS now the snstructor of her own modern dance school Esther Gamez us now teachung Cosmetology at the Umversnty of Elslnore Gary Gedlman IS now featured at the Palladium with his Crazy Sax Pat Glpson IS the owner of a nationally famous wnld west show an Oklahoma Yvonne Gray IS the school nurse at the Wrldomar Hugh School Clela Green IS now the second best halr stylist In the U S She practices her own styles on Llberace Skeeter Grey IS the new and busy owner of the Los Angeles Tlmes Ronald Hales now operates the Elsnnore Ford Agency Paullne Harrls has now taken Rosemary Clooney s place ln the muslcal world Carol Heckman as now Mrs Grant Tanner and as working for Helms bakery an San Bernardlno . . . . u - 1 . . . . . . , . Tony Hullebrand IS now the Secretary of Agrrculture of the U S Kat and Ken Howell have retnred after thenr recent Uranium strike rn Murrleta Paula Huddleston ns now a musical star on Broadway Joseph Kalm IS now a member of the Los Angeles Rams Nancy Karnes now happily marrned keeps busy rrdmg herd on er 13 boys Jack Keller now owns Jack s Radlo and Televlsson Shop buggest lndustry rn Elsmore Rlchard Lrmon ns now In charge of all Daily Enterprise routes In Elsmore Valley Verna Love has become the flrst mlsslonary to ever set foot on Mars Florence Madrlgal IS now playmg Frrst Sax forthe Elsmore Symphomc Crchestra Edna Mena has returned from fashlon modellng to drlve the tractor on her 100 acre watermelon farm Don Murphy IS now married to Joyce and IS managmg a large store an San Diego Margaret Nakal after many years of wanderung has at last settled down In Paris to study art Wayne Natale has flnally traded In his T932 Red Plymouth but he stlll has Dot Fred Oyas keeps busy on his ranch wrth Carol and thelrfamrly Lols Ollphant has now token over herfather s barber shop Charles Roberts IS now the owner of the finest Pool Room In the U S located In Lakeland Vrllage Francis Rodriguez after patiently wantrng for Pete to get out of the Arr Force has set the date for the wedding Glorla Rodriguez IS managmg the Temecula Theater Rlchard Rodriguez rs employed on one of the ranches owned by Leon Borel and Jlm Schuck Noreen Ryan has her own studio where she teaches Baton and tumbling Alena Salas IS now employed by Earle Stanley Gardner as hrs prnvate secretary Howard Sallee as the English professor at the Umverslty of Elsmore Jrm Schuck keeps occupied traveling from one to the other of the ranches an the chaln owned by leon Borel and hnmself Robert Selover IS now an Admaral rn the United States Navy Dot Thomas has become the Mrs Wayne Natale and with her husband runs a meat packmg company Verne Wllllams IS now the Mayor of our faur cnty Chns Tucker now manages the Seaboard Loan Offlce Elsmore branch lva Jean Tomlinson Werner and her husband are now llvlng In New York ralsmg three lnttle Werners Kaye Wood ns Dean of Women and head of the Home Economics Dept at the Unlversnty of Elsmore , h , . .. . 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