Elsinore Union High School - El Lago Yearbook (Wildomar, CA)
- Class of 1969
Page 1 of 150
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Life is a balance of all things. And so, as the year ends,
another year begins and memories seem to fade and grow dim.
Today is here and tomorrow is waiting, but what of yesterday?
Here in this book we present glimpses of yesterday's victories
and losses, smiles and frowns, brights and dims. Life is made up
of experiences from the past which balance our present and
future, which teach us things we need to know. The balance of
time which makes us grow older, the balance of memories which
insure that we remember our lessons, keep track of our goals,
these are the stepping stones, the ladder, the future to conquer.
So let this, the 1969 E1 Lago, be a message from the past to help
provide a future. Let this be an aid to memory, a mirror of
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We live our lives always a little alone, unknown by the world.
But life is kind and time shows us that others can and do care.
At E.U.H.S. we have a togetherness, a Student Body made up of
individuals who come together, who accomplish things with one
another. Each of us has his individual friends, each of us has this
High School, this one more facet to our identity. We survive
together, all of us a little alone, yet all dependent upon the rest.
The following pages are filled with glances at our times together,
our feelings shared.
Moments Together .
Life is togetherness, interrupted by needed moments of being alone, of thinking and
deciding. It is friends and family, self and thoughts.
Going to meetings, trying to raise
money, going on field trips and
paying dues, this is what being a
member means. Each club has its
reason for being, its goals and its
needs, each member has a place to
This is where the people are. The
every day, the routine, the things
we do and see. This is modular
scheduling, English exams, lunch
time, the here, the now, the
moments we forget. This is Student
Who are the Tigers? These are
the Tigers. Hours of practice and
days of hoping for a win, the cheers
sounding, loud and strong, the pass
of a football, completed and rung
the basket which won the game,
that one last leap and the race is
Wong the triumphant jump over the
net, the home nm and three men
lIl. This is Sports.
Faculty members, some
unconcerned, some caring, working,
learning and teaching all in one day,
every day. Administrators, sitting at
their desks, then moving slowly,
proudly, through corridors of
At fifty dollars a page who can
afford it? But money makes El
Lago go round and through hard
work and determination, a few ad
pages are filled.
Seniorsefrightened of the future,
forgetful of the past. Juniors-now
they,re upperclassmen, the time of
high school drifting fast.
Sophomores-so wise and yet so
foolish, this year was their best.
Freshmen-small and wide-eyed,
wondering, high school here at last.
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Cathe Tobin, Commissioner of Publicity, Cindy Campbell,Girls' Representativeg Bobbi Kapp, Commissioner of
Activitiesg Linda Hicks, Vice President, Carol Trainor, President, Cecelia Dominguez, Secretary, Virginia Duarte, Treasurer. BACK ROW: Chris
Longe, Sophomore Class Representativeg Richard Swain, Freshman Class President, Mike Hornkohl, Senior Class President, Davery Jones, Junior
The sound ofa gavel and the meeting is called to order. Business is carried out as usual, each member
holds an agenda, treasurerts report and minutes. The plans are assembly competitions, a car smash, a
party for Student Council advisors and a Computer Dance. A look back sees activities such as the Frosh
Welcome Dance, Homecoming Week with the "Tommy Johnson Quintet" at the dance and
'4Happenings,' including a "Sing Ins' and a HChristmas Happening? Also sponsored by Student Council
was the "Confrontation for Progress," the Intra-School Conference which was designed to help find
and solve problems on Campus.
A.S.B. President, Second Semester, Carol Trainor. First Semester A.S.B. President, Harvey Gise, receives best wishes from Principal Inglis after
his graduation from EUHS in January.
Student Council Advisors this year were Mr. Bill Bourgeois, Mr. Bob Cooper and Mr.
A.S.B. cards were sold by Student Council
members last fall.
"Confrontation for Progress"
g'The All Americans" entertained at the afternoon assembly and gave a
Parents, students and teachers swapped ideas and suggested solutions to EUHS problems
during the dayls discussion groups.
Dr. Leonard Grindstaff, Riverside County Superintendent, spoke at the
The lntra School Conference, held on
March ll, was sponsored by the Student
Council. Its purpose was to discuss and come
up with possible solutions to problems with
modular scheduling, discipline, race
relations, and school policies. Students,
parents, and faculty members freely
discussed the issues and attempted to resolve
the conflicts faced at EUHS. It was a gallant
first effort on the part of student
government to close the many gaps between
generations, and the school and the
Teachers have more work with modular scheduling, but enjoy
Elsinore Union High School went into its second year of modular scheduling in 1968-69 and students found
themselves better adjusted to the new system. The advantages outweighed the disadvantages as each student
learned to use resource centers, labs, the library, and - the patio.
Mrs. Stiles gives Mrs. Springsteen a new book for the Reading
Lab. Students still goof-off in the classroom.
Child Care classes learned how to keep children happy - and quiet.
Under modular scheduling, teachers are able to help students individually with Vending machines made their way on to the campus this
their problems. year and proved to be a much-discussed topic.
After a day in the classroom, nothing is better tha.n an "assembly break." These came in the form of pep rallies, forums, and special assemblies.
The flexibility of the daily schedule enabled students to have a full day of school, yet enjoy an assembly.
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Mary Ann Martinez, Kathy Gibson, Claudia Klarer, and Cecilia Dominguez fheadl promote great spirit and -pride at
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VARSITY SONGLEADERS: Tina Contreras, Becky Santa Maria, Linda Hicks, and Cathe Tobin entertain the crowds with effervescent routines.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Nancy Burham, Kathy Connor theadj, and Cheryl Homkohl cheer the J.V. team on to many victories
TIGER MASCOTS: Linda Ebersole, Virginia Duarte, and Chris Rodriguez do their own
Commissioner of Pep-Randee Gullatt Commissioner of Rallies-Janet Cram ' Cecilia is "Satisfied"
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Coach Knight tells it like it is.
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Contreras, cut cake.
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The Topo Brass, a blues band from San Bemardino, provided Tender mOmentS.
the music couples turned-on to.
Couples let loose and rocked-out to the sounds of the Brass.
Princess: Linda Behrens Princess: Janet Cram Princess: Kathy Gibson Princess: Linda Hicks
Escort: Greg Smith Escort: Stacy Waller Escort: Don Divine Escort: Bob Berry
Homecoming was victorious, exciting and different from
past years. During the week, slaves could be seen on campus,
freshmen and upper classmen were dressed as one another
and Gary Morris tricked girls into talking to him. Colors Day,
Slogan Day, Frosh Rules Day, Slave Day,Ugly Couple Day,
and Hush Day made Homecoming week fun and successful.
Although a bonfire, floats and a parade were missed,
Homecoming 1968 had something to make up for them -
a victory over Rim of the World.Pounding drums and tear-
ful excitement announced a victory of 37-0, the first foot-
ball Homecoming victory students at E. U. H. S. have seen
since they have been in high school. The victory was cel-
ebrated by the crowning of a radiant Becky Santa Maria
accepting the Queenis crown from John Pecora. And to end
the week of fun and triumph Well earned, a dance was held
and couples danced to a Soul band provided by Student
Greeting the crowd . . . the anticipation . . . the announcement . . . the joy
the pride . . the crown . . . and the kiss . . . the roses . . .
and now- the queen.
"And Hell Broke Loose .
"And Hell broke loose in Georgia!,' The Drama Class
bellowed. Choral response was in the making. "I'm so glad
it was you I got resurrected with, Phillip? Two ghosts,
what happened to Judgement Day? Greek tragedy, heavy
stuff, lines. Have you been to "the Arabians?" 'fWe of the
Make Believe Wood can never know what is Out There."
g'Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, hostile." 5'Paint me a
picture of your happy Antigone? '41 wish you wouldn't
feed the pigeons? Anyone for rehearsing? Look-out the
light is falling on the audience. What's a wing? Is stage left
my left or yours?
See, think, react, control the audience, don't anticipate,
do this Htype thing."
Pierrot ....... ..................... E d Park
Columbine ....... ..... B obbi Kapp, Randee Gullatt
Wooden Soldier ........................ Roy Tellef
Weasels ..... ....... G ary Long, Ed Proetel, Jack Cope
Weeping Willow . . . ............... Marilyn Venable
Pat Possum .... ................... K arla Paul
Miss Spring . . .
Old Oak ....
'IRISE AND SHINEP
Hepezebah ....................... Joleene Accettura
Phrlhp ............................... Ed Proetel
Henry ................................ Jack Cope
UTHE LOVELIEST AFTERNOON OF THE YEAR"
He ......................... Ed Proetel, Gary Long
She ................. Joleene Accettura, Mary Martin
Drama Coach Mr. Dean Long with George Takei, star of Star Trek, at the
Elsinore Drama Contest.
Interviewers ....... Ed Park, Mike Hornkohl, Karla Paul Jo and Eddie in "The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year" for the Student
Applicants . . . Roy Tellef, Marilyn Venable, Davery Jones Body-
"THE APPLE TREE"
Eve ...... .................... S tephanie Smith
Adam .... ................... D ennis Freeman
"ALL MY SONS"
Keller .... ...................... B rent Tamer
Kate . . . ..................... Ruby Hales
Anne . . . .... Randee Gullatt, Kathy Gibson
Chris . . . .............. Gary Gullatt, Cliff Orris
She . . ........ Linda Hicks, Joleene Accettura
He . . . ............ Steve Wolshin, Ed Proetel
Creon .... .............. .... G a ry Long
Antigone . . . ...... ...... ...... M a ry Martin
Ismene ..... .... .....,. B o bbi Kapp
Haeman .... ......... C liff Orris, Ed Park
Nurse ...... . . .................... Karla Paul
Soldiers .... ........... M ike Hornkohl, Roy Tellef,
Lonnie Patterson. Jim Erick
Chorus .... .... J im Davis, Ron Springsteen, Ed Proetel
Eurydice . . . ........................ Ruby Hales
Page ...... ............... .... ..... J a c k Cope
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Joan Komning-Valedictorian Mary Martin4Sa1utatorian
Karla Paul-Art Department Poster Contest Winner
Ruby Hales-Southern California d i N M Harvey GisefUpland Tournament
Drama Teachers Association Scholarship. Speech Squad an Spedkbrs Bumdu' First Place winner, Humorous.
Mary Martin-D.A.R. Good Citizen.
'W ' -H" 5 Debbie M2-Itin-MiSS ElSil10IC- Al Fikse, Mary Martin, Mike Hornkohl-
1 Outstanding Teenagers of America.
Honor's night, the excitement of being called to accept an
5 eii award, these are small recognition for the work and outstanding
. . . . contributions made by these deserving students. Most of them are
Tma Contreras-Outstanding Senior Gul' Seniors, leaving to go on to bigger and better awards. Some are
Juniors, looking forward to another year and more honors. Still
others are underclassmen, already being recognized for their talents
and abilities. Congratulations to them all.
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ALTERNATE-Edward Jenkins ALTERNATE-Pennye Durrett Press Enterprise.
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Gary Long accepts award for "The
Loveliest Afternoon of the Year'
which won second place in Elsinore
and Superior in San Diego.
Ed Proetel and Jo Accettura won second "America Hurrahv third place winner at Lincoln High.
place in L.A. with "Loveliest" and
Finalist in Elsinore with 'gRise and
Dave Jones-All D.A.L. Flanker
Dennis Freeman and Ste hanie Smith-Finalists at Elsinore E S is A
Drama Contest with "The Apple Treen
Cary Schroeder-All D.A.L. and All County Otha StormerfAl1 D.A.L.
Running Back-Football Defensive Tackle-Football
Not Pictured: Ed Feighner-All League Quarterback-Football
Mike Hornkohl, Honorable Mention All League-Archie
Taylor, All League Second Team, All County Honorable
Mention-Gary Morris, All League, All County First
Bcmlc of America
Joan Komning Hershel Martin
Mathematics Laboratorv Science
Larry Klarer Mary Martin Alfred Fikse Linda Hicks
Er1g11Sh Social Studies Trophy Winner, Math and Trophy Winner, Liberal
Tina Contreras Gary Long Mike Hornkohl Stacy Waller
Foreign Language Drama Music Art
Jeanette Snow Robert Brasstield Richard Barrantes Mark Matteson
Home Economics Agriculture Business Trades and Industrial
Archie Taylor accepts Basketball King crown, Claudia Klarer becomes a Queen
Archie and Claudia
The reigning couple...
The crowd... Soul in motion.
The Alma Mater
Hail to our high school,
We pledge to thee.
Red for our courage,
White for truth and loyalty
Sportsmanship and honor
Always is our rule.
Hail to the school we love,
Elsinore High School.
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Locker rooms, team busses, cuts and
bruises, bad backs and sprained ankles:
football, basketball, baseball, track and
tennis-a Letterman,s trademarks and oc-
cupations. A season playing a varsity sport
is the road to becoming a letterman, a hard
road to travel.
Love, Peace and never take a shower.
LETTERMEN, FIRST ROW: L. Rabb, B. Stauffer, G. Kane, P. Jennings, E. Proetel, H. Martin, M. Hornkohl. SECOND ROW: N. Kalas, D. Staley
J. Gutierrez, R. Rodriguez, J. Isaacs, M. Kazmier. THIRD ROW: C. Sears, C. Smith, M. McClellan, A. Fikse. FOURTH ROW: P.Cain, D. Jones, S
Waller, E. Jenkins.
G.A.A, OFFICERS: Rosa Torres, President, Cathe Tobin, Vice Presidentg Virginia Duarte,
Treasurerg Peggy Carrol, Point Recorder, Chris Rodriguez, Sergeant at Armsg Penny Durrett,
Second Semester Secretary, Jessie Rodriguez, Sergeant at Arms, NOT PICTURED: Becky
Santa Maria. first semester Secretary.
G.A.A.-Always in Action
Ribbons, red and white-"Box the Scotties" "This was the
Yearf, "Tame the Cougarsvfplanning the Turn About,
having bake sales, selling candy bars, receiving their pins
and sweaters, earning their letters, inviting Banning and
Perris to the Basketball tournament, sponsoring the Spring
Banquet' through these activities G.A.A. has grown to an
active and productive club at E.U.H.S. Rosa Torres,
president, Miss Betty Wallace, advisor, and the new and ol
members of G.A.A. have made the club thriving a d
Successful, ' Girls practice for the big game against
G.A.A. MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: V. Duarte. C. Tobin. R. Torres. SECOND ROW: E. Vasquez, P. Durrrett, N. Crandall, L. Martinez, T. Contreras
P. Carroll, THIRD ROW: S. Poesnecker, G. Platner, P. Dickson, M. Martinez, C. Venable, D. Dillon, E. Hernandez, R. Nelson. FOURTH ROW: O
Martinez, J. Rodriquez, L. Ecker, M. Mefferd. C. Rodriguez, C. Perry, J. Murphy. A. Chandler, G. Crandall, C. Santa Maria. FIFTH ROW: E
Stauffacher, M. Venable, N. Burnham, A. Magee, J. Roberts, D. Behrens, C. Johnson, N. Miller, C. Davis, S. Bernstein. B. Taylor, L. Martinez.
FANTI CLUB, FIRST ROW: E. McDill, A. Chandler, M. Valle, S. Taylor, J. Love, O. Moreland, B. Taylor. SECOND ROW: D.
Jones, L. Dyson, S. Bernstein, M. Lewis, P. Dickson, J. Gise, T. Kirkpatrick. THIRD ROW: W. Mothershed, D. Smith, R. Greer, O.
Stormer, M. Teal, E. Jenkins, R. Perry, A. Trtan, W. Berry, R. Rodriguez, E. Wilson.
In November, a group of students at E.U.H.S. began the struggle to organize a new club
on campus. Their goal has been to further the cause of Black equality. Their name? Fanti
Club. Fanti, the name of an African tribe known for the intelligence and creativity of its
members, was chosen because of its significance to the club's goals. Members earned
money washing cars, sponsored a dance, and helped to create a new class on campus,
Afro-American History. They brought new pride, new spirit and new hope.
"Without Brain Power Block Power is
On'y Skin Deep."
OFFICERS OF FANTI CLUB: Willie Berry, Vice President, Barbara Fanti President Edward Jenkins with Advisors Mr. Sperro Patakas and Mr
Taylor, Historian, Robert Davis, Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Dan Chacon, Ed Knight.
Advisor, Mike Teal, Activities Chairman, David Smith, Treasurer. '
Mrs. Julie Albert and the children of Praying Hands
Business Manager Randee Gullatt and her Assistant
PROPHET STAFF: B. Kapp, J. Accettura, S. Waller, M. Martinez, E. Jenkins, M.
Kazmier, C. Tobin, C. Trainor, A. Strong.
PROPHET EDITORS: Ed Jenkins, Sports Assistant Editorg Jo Accettura
Assistant News Editorg Cathe Tobin, Editor-In-Chiefg Stacy Waller, Sports Editor
Mary Martinez, Feature Editorg Carol Trainor, First Semester Editorial Editor
Bobbi Kapp, Second semester Feature Editor.
Told it Like it Was
Going to Mexico to work at an orphanage,
assignments finished, features, news, sports,
trips to the Sun office, headlines and
deadlines to be met, having fun at the
Christmas party and "Daddy D's,' house.
These are the things the Newspaper Staff has
done to produce The Prophet. Bankruptcy
didn't help much, but Mr. Jim Davis did.
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FRENCH CLUB, FIRST ROW: M. Trtan, G. Kane,
Hernandez, Madame Johnston, C. Davis, R. Cassillas
Bokma, J. Fikse, T. Contreras, O. Martinez, M. Foley
D. Bennett, J. Wingfield, D. Cope, C. Longe. SECOND ROW: M. Valle, A.
, L. Valle, J. Cassillas, P. Palmer. THIRD ROW: J. Allen, L. Hicks, L. Ecker, B.
, J. Accettura.
Le Club Francois
Parle vous Francais? Do you speak French? The French Club members do. For their activities they sold
Yule Logs and sponsored the Valentine Dance, featuring "The Glass Cage." By tradition, the club presented
its annual Christmas and Spring plays, 'The Little Match Girlw and MCinderella". With them was their
advisor, Madame Johnston.
The French Club presented "The Little Match Girl" for
the student body as its Christmas play. Randee Gullatt
played the matchgirl.
OFFICERS: Madame Johnston, Advisor: A. Hernandez, Vice President, M. Foley,
President, C. Longe, TreasurergJ. Fikse, Secretary: L. Hicks, Director of Activities.
SPANISH CLUB, FIRST ROW' L Martinez M Martinez I Ortiz L Ecker O Martinez V D I G '
A D . . , . , . , . , . , . uarte, . utierrez. SECOND ROW: S. Sepul
Martinez, B. Villareal, R. Banda, E. Hernandez, M. Mefferd, C. Rodriguez.
"Se Hobie Espanol?" - Spanish Club
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SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: V. Duarte, Presidentg P. Durrett, Vice Presidentg S. Sepulveda,
Treasurer, L. Martinez, Secretary, J. Gutierrez, Sergeant at Arms.
STO promote better relationships between Mexico and the
United States." This is the creed of E.U.H.S.'s Spanish Club.
Every member has a working knowledge of Spanish because of
his fulfillment of a club requirement, one semester of Spanish.
Mr. Felipe Ortiz, a former resident of Cuba and a naturalized
U.S. Citizen, is their capable advisor.
Mr. Felipe Ortiz, Advisor
Like father, like son.
Where are the C.S.Ffers? At the
Machado School having a Halloween
bake sale, selling candy apples and
popcorn balls, at a Rancho California
bake sale, taking guests to Disneyland,
seeing Ray Bradbury at Irvine, visiting
classrooms at San Bernardino State and
giving scholarships. These are the places
you can find them, when theylre not
reading a book, doing their chemistry
labs or sitting in the English Resource
Center. Their fearless leaders? Miss
Carolyn Mietz and Mr.Harold Martin.
FIRST SEMESTER C.S.F., FIRST ROW: T. Contreras, L. Hicks, J. Fikse, B. Greer, R. Hales, M. Foley.
SECOND ROW: A. Hernandez, C. Smith, M. Martin, L. Gustafson.
CSF OFFICERS, FRONT: Ruby Hales, president. SECOND SEMESTER: V. Hassell,
Secretary-Treasurer: Linda Hicks, Vice President. FIRST SEMESTER: C. Smith, Vice
President. T. Contreras, Secretary-Treasurer. ADVISORS: Mr. H. Martin, Miss C. Mietz.
SECOND SEMESTER C.S.F., FRONT ROW: R. Hales, M. Foley, L. Hicks, J. Fikse, B. Greer, N. Burnham, E. Stauffer. SECOND ROW: M.
Martin, M. Miller, P. Durrett, J. Schulman, V. Hassell, M. Durrett, J. Isaacs, D. Walker, S. DeLaney.
The Eighth Grade girls enjoyed their day at the high school thanks to the Girls' League.
Cindy Campbell, Cabinet president, and Mrs.
Katherine Keller in a pose for camera.
CABINET MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: M. Martinez, K. Gibson, C.Campbell, and Mrs
Keller. SECOND ROW: K. O'Toole, J. Roberts, D. Walker, P. Durrett. THIRD ROW M
Venable, J. Love, L. Campbell, R. Nelson, C. Black, M. Flinspach.
Girls League Cabinet - Strangest at the
The girls of E.U.H.S. have been united by Cindy Campbell and the
other members of the Girls' League cabinet. Only organized this year,
members sold carnations and lollipops for Valentine's Day to make
money. The group also sponsored a 'gBig Sister Tea" for next yearls
freshman girls. Helping them was their advisor, Mrs.Katherine Keller.
MIXED CHORUS, FIRST ROW: Mr. Ron Springsteen, B. Hineman, K. Hanson, S. Smith, J. Cram, L. Nichols, Mrs. Jeanie Corral. SECOND ROW:
K. Powell, K. Gibson, C. Klarer, A. Magee, D. Gough, D. Aldrete, E. McDill, G. Crandall. THIRD ROW: F. Uhlry, A. Chandler, R. Nelson, K.
Gustafson, C. Perry, L. Dimaggio, L. Finnell. FOURTH ROW: S. Waller, S.Wolshin, P. Breman, C. Orris, B. Tarner, B. Garrett, S. Sepulveda, E.
Sanchez, E. Park, M. Rose.
The Highs ond Lows
Sounds of soprano, alto and tenor being
molded and shaped together, the Folk group,
mixed chorus, Girls' and Boys' chorus-all
talented, all working hard, all being led by Mr.
Ron Springsteen. Their performances included
programs for the Woman's Club, Rancho
California and the P.T.A. along with
participation in several assemblies for the student
BOYS,CHORUS, FIRST ROW: E.Sanchez, M. Rose, M. Gardner. SECOND ROW:
S. Urguhart, S. Wolshin, S. Waller, B.Tarner. THIRD ROW: P. Breman, B. Curtis
S, Sepulveda, M. Hogan.
GIRLS' CHORUS, FIRST ROW: K. Hanson, B. Hineman, S. Smith, L. Contreras. SECOND ROW: G. Tellef, R. Banda, L. Nichols, A
Chandler, F. Uhlry. THIRD ROW: R. Nelson, A. Magee, K. Gibson, L. Finnell, C. Perry, L. Willoughby. FOURTH ROW: L
Dimaggio, D. Aldrete, G. Crandall, E. McDil1, J. Love, K. owell, D. Haynes.
Members of the Folk Group sing a sad and sentimental song. f
Drill Team Captain Miss Stephanie Smith.
Drill Team Advisor Mrs. Archie Cain takes time out to talk to
"We love Mrs. Cain." This is their motto. They
have used it with pride while marching for the
football games, two of the basketball games, for the
Fiesta El Senor and Santa Claus parades, practicing
for competition and finally representing Elsinore at
the Califomia Festival for Drill Teams. These girls
have been our spirited and high stepping Elsinore
Union High School Drill Team.
Squad leaders Olga Martinez and Gwen Crandall.
EUHS DRILL TEAM, FRONT ROW: G. Platner, L. Trout, S. Taylor, B Taylor G Crandall S. Smith, Captain, O. Martinez, M. Mefferd, A.
' ee, M. Valle, D. Walker. BACK ROW: L. Merrifield, E. Menin, J. Roberts, C. Perry,v. Duarte, P. Laurence, R. Nelson, M. Foley,C. Black, F.
The Drill Teom Steps High
Drill team salutes the student body during their precision performance
at Intra School Conference
Being a drill team advisor often has its disadvantages, like being
attacked by the members after criticizing their performance.
Mr. Tubal Cain, Band Director
Pennye Durrett, Drum Major
BAND COUNCIL: P. Durrett, Secretaryg M. Durrett, freshman
representativeg R. Rodriguez, Vice Presidentg M. Hornkohl, Presidentg P.
Cain, sophomore representativeg V. Ortiz, junior representative.
EUHS CONCERT BAND, FIRST ROW: L. Ecker, L. Gustafson, N. Crandall, V. Hassel, P. Carey, R. Ortiz, K. Donnelly, M. Crawford, N. Miller, K
Powell. SECOND ROW: P. Durrett, M. Hornkohl, R. Rodriguez, R. Garcia, P. Breman, J. Blasongame, M. O'Toole, L. Bligh, C. Link, D. Bennett
D. Carver. THIRD ROW: J. Rodriquez, D. Christie, C. Morris,D. Smith, E. Wanamaker, N. Kalas, B. Curtis, S. Wolshin, M. Benson, G. Kane, C
Cain, M. Durrett, D. Travelstead. V. Ortiz. P. Cain.
Little Bond in Southern Colitornio
The Elsinore Union High Band has participated in many events for which we can be proud
throughout the year. Demonstrating their abilities, they have gone to the California Expo '69 in
Sacramento, marched in the Fiesta El Senor at Elsinore, represented EUHS at the Desert De Anza
Honor Band and Six Star Band and received an excellent rating in the Spring Festival at Rubidoux to
become the best band in the De Anza League. And, of course, they marched at all of the home football
games, and entertained at pep rallies.
To the band members, with Pennye Durrett as Drum Major, must go many thanks, but the real
responsibility for these performances lies with the band director, Mr. Tubal Cain.
The Tiger Marching Band performed during several football game halftimes for enthusiastic crowds.
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During the school year, the band represented the high school in several parades through the streets of Elsinore. Always the reception was
In numerous assemblies, the band acted as a pep band, an accompaniment for the drill team, and a representative of the success of the fine arts
department of EUHS.
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Butterflies are in his stomach, yet the football player
charges onto the field. The opposing team is the enemy,
waiting to be conquered. He stands staring across the field
at the helmets and shoulder pads which move nervously.
This is the opposition. He prepares himself to hit hard, to
tear the opposition apart. He moves out onto the field and
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Vo rsity Scoreboorcl
27 Ontario 0
9 San Marcos 28
20 Aquinas 13
12 Valley Christian 9
37 Rim of the World 0
13 Perris 13
20 San Jacinto 27
19 Beaumont 16
Believe it or not, this went for 6 points.
From a little daylight to a long run.
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J.V. Coaches, Dan Chacon and Dave Ortiz.
San Marcos 27
Aquinas 1 9
Valley Christian 0
Rim of the World 12
San Jacinto 26
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: J. Dominguez, D. Gonzalves, B. Waltman, L. Rabb. J. Ballard. B. Chambers. M. Romero
N. Kalas, D. Jones, W. Mothershed, B. Curtis, M. Rangel. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, B. Stauffer. S. Beckendam, J. Blasongame, B. Garrett, M
Trtan. B. MacLachlan, P. Cain, W. Seals, B. Wolter, V. Shattuck, T. Mora. J. Berger.
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growing, of working for a
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FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: M. Longmore, S. Nelson, J. Fraser, M. Harklerode, M. Durrett, C. Connors, G. Fink, B. Zinck
SECOND ROW: W. Gill, B. Crayton, R. Morris, M. Perez, K. Gosselin, W. Hudson, H. Taylor, C. Cain. THIRD ROW: M. O'Toole, K. Norris, N
Mothershed, C. Morris, M. Benson. FOURTH ROW: M. Jenkins, B. Isaacs, L. Bligh, M. Root.
Frosh ore tops!
1 2 Ontario 33
27 Lutheran 0
0 Mareno 27
0 Perris 6
12 San Jacinto 6
20 Beaumont 0
1 3 Banning 30
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: W. Berry, L. Klarer, T. McDowell, A. Taylor, G. Morris, M. Hornkohl, J. Isaacs, J. Lee A Trtan
A NOT PICTURED: D. Jones.
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Davery Varsity Basketball Team - Elsinore's Pride
This was a great year for the Tiger Basketball team. This
season the battle for league standing was hard and long but
Elsinore emerged second in the field. We became the final
possessors of the Top Dog when the team beat Perris fifty-six
to fifty-five in a tense and electrifying game. The many games
this year in which Braves, Scots and Panthers went down
brought pride and excitement to EUHS, it also brought a berth
in the CIF playoffs.
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Tim and Gary have control over the boards.
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Sink it-Al-sink it. J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM, FRONT: A. Strong, C. Smith. BACK: M. Romero, N.
Kalas, W. Woodward, P. Cain. NOT PICTURED: B. Fagan, G. Salgado, J.
Dominguez, B. Stauffer.
Joyvee Basketball-Put it In
It's tough to play good games, to go into overtime, to get so in the end. They provided many exciting moments and played
close, then lose. This was the type of year it was for the JV games we will never forget.
Basketball players. A good team, one to be proud of, unlucky
Chuck trips on down the court. Phil and Ben know where itls at.
35 Hemet 42
27 San Marcos 35
33 Fallbrook 76
40 Ramona 47
49 Norco 49
43 San Clemente 41
58 Norco 55
35 Claremont 86
42 Sonora 71
43 Romona 42
24 Bloomington 45
38 San Marcos 47
42 Beaumont 46
36 Banning 49
69 Rim of the World 42
29 Perris 39
31 San Jacinto 33
52 Beaumont 37
43 Banning 54
30 Perris 39
55 Rim of the World 40
37 San Jacinto 51
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42 Chaffey 27
28 Perris 15
33 San Clemente 31
58 Beaumont 22
48 Banning 22
48 Rim 26
44 Perris 26
63 Moreno Valley 5 7
42 San Jacinto 39
33 Beaumont 32
45 Banning 40
San Jacinto 42
FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM, BACK ROW: Rick Morris, manager, Bill Crayton, Mike Perez, Mark Trtan,
Mark Benson, Charlie Connor, Coach Turley. FRONT ROW: Mark Durrett, Bob Isaacs, David Carver, Neil
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Tigers Go to CIF Semi-finals
The Elsinore Tiger Basketball team went into CIF
play with a great coach, determination, team Work,
and knowledge that they were good, darn good. The
first game of the playoffs they dumped Sherman's
Braves eighty-seven to sixty-three, the second playoff
game found Calipatria victim to the Tiger Claw with a
sixty-eight to forty nine score, in the third game it was
Rosemond down sixty-seven to fifty-one. Only when
Elsinore came up against Atascadero, the winner of
Class 'A' CIF playoffs, could they be beaten. The CIF
games were exciting and rewarding, the team was
great, and Elsinore was made known.
Coach Ortiz, working with ten very talented athletes, took the Elsinore Tigers
into the C.I.F. playoffs.
Elsinore, flying high, to C.I.F. semi-finals.
Davery dumps in two more to rout Rosemond.
Varsity Football was exciting and rugged.
What they lack in score they The JV Football Team had a good year.
make up for in form.
This surely was 'The Year of the Tigern. Both Football and Basketball saw our guys make ALL
DAL and ALL County teams. The Frosh Basketball team took first in the League, Varsity took second
and went on to the CIF semi-finals. This year Coach Ortiz was named "Coach of the Year", Archie
Taylor was Basketball King and Cary Schroeder was honored as Football King. As of this Writing
Baseball season is still in progress, the Elsinore-Perris Baseball Tournament is a successful hit and the
team looks great. The Track team is also in full swing and looks like it is really going places. This is
truly the year which will be remembered as HThe Year of the Tigerf'
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Year of the Tiger
Track team went Wild.
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Mr. Jim Davis playing for the l'Ancients" in
the Harlem Clowns game.
Coach Turley with his tirst place Frosh.
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Danny Boy - Big and Bad.
beat San Jac 5 to 4.
It was Hank Alonzo's last pitch that gave Elsinore a victory over the San Jacinto Tigers.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM, FIRST ROW: H. Alonzo, J. Isaacs, G. Smith, D. Jones, G. Gullatt, D. Edwards, C. Smith, A. Strong. SECOND
ROW: A. Trtan, J. Lee, C. Schroeder, M. Romero, J. Murphy, S. Byrd, Coach Cooper. SITTING IN FRONT: Managers, M. Rango and B. Davis.
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TOP ROW: D. Freeman, S. Waller, D. Smith, B. Tarner.
Track Squad-Record Breakers
The Track Team is often underrated, underestimated, and
under publicized. In truth they are a group of guys who work
hard and long to become physically fit and ready to win. Whether
broad jumping, running a race or hurdling, they all represent
EUHS with pride and determination.
It sure is comfortable un here.
Jerry makes the big pass
CLASS B TRACK TEAM, FRONT ROW: L. Rabb, J. Wingfeild, W. Mothershed, D.
Bennett, B. Stauffer. TOP ROW: E. Jenkins, J. Berger, R. Hayes, R. Rodriguez, J. CLASS CTRACK'I'EAMg N,M0therghCd,P,Jenning5
Blasongame, G. Kane, M. Teal. P. Brcman, S. Tavlor, Manager.
Isn't it boss to be high? Push, Jerry, Push.
Hang in there, Mike.
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Track Coach - Mr. Soder from the Intermediate School.
Speed, Power, Talent-
Another first for Elsinore.
Tigers have "GO POWER? OMPHF!
Coach Corral dishes it out.
BOYS' TENNIS TEAM, FIRST ROW: B. Keeton, J. Sears, J. Sears, C. Cain. SECOND ROW: W. Berry, T. McDowell, N. Kalas, S. Wolshin, P. Cain,
Mr. Ray Corral, Coach.
Whee! I can fly! GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM, FIRST ROW: D. Behrens, N. Burnham, M
Venable. SECOND ROW: C. Hornkohl, J, Murphy, J. Fikse.
The calm before... the SIOIIH.
In ihe swing of Things-
Assistant Superintendent Superintendent DiSf1iCf DiICCtQr of T6SfiI'lg
Mr. Al Swan Mr. John Miner and Psycholoslwl SCTVICCS
Mr. A.R. Trtan
Unknown to most students are the administrators and personnel at the district office.
They work in the few rooms next to the snack bar at the old high school. They are the
decision-making body of the school district whose jobs include managing the finances,
policies and employment. They are the nerve center and the heart beat of the Elsinore
school system. We could do nothing without them.
District Bookkeeper District Secretary
Mrs. Joan Upton Mrs. Connie Estrella
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Mrs. Neva Freisen
Vioe Principals Secretary
Mrs. Katherine Keller
Mrs. Valerie Askew
Attendance Clerk Regigu-31
Mrs. Betty James Mrs. Eilene Kelly f Mrs. Manuela Cox
Mr. Carl Graves Miss Carolyn Mietz Mr. Alfred Sh0pe
Mr. Hylton Sanders Lab Assistant - Mrs. Maria Alonzo
Mr. Don Begnoche Mr. John Gonzales Mr. Harold Martin
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They teach us what we need to know, guide us through
the corridors of time and learning, arriving at the gates of
the future. They've been this way, traveled through their
high school years and then they returned to help us through
ours. Their symbols are a grade book, a stack of ungraded
papers, a small pile of little yellow cards, and a look of
. Work Experience - Mr. Tillman Turley
Mr. Euguene Brasstield Mr. Dan Chacon Mr. Dave Ortiz
Mr. William Bourgeois Mr. Bob Cooper Mr. Ted Kramer
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Mr. Alton Hassell Mrs. Paify WCHS
Mrs. Dreama Johnston Mr. Felipe Ortiz Mr. Sperro Patakas
M U S i C Miss Marxfiiodriguez I-I O m e E C
Mr. Tubal Cain Mrs. Kathy Amette
Mr. Ron Springsteen Miss Sandra Higgins
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English Aide - Reading Lab Aide -
Mrs. Betty Park Mrs. Carol Springsteen
Silence is Golden, and thus are the days in the E.U.H.S. Library.
Hard working Librarians keeping order and an atmosphere of quiet
concentration . . .a meeting place for E.U.H.S. students and a study
area for those so inclined.
Mrs. Donna Kirk, Aide
Mr. Jack Pollari, Librarian
Mrs. Norma Denny, Aide
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BUS DRIVERS, FIRST ROW: W. Bartsch, W. Rice, Z. Smith, N. Acacia. SECOND ROW: G. Smith, R.Ray, L. Magee, M. Smith, R.Shook, M.
Buenrostro, M. Castillo, A. Rubalcaba, V. Engleson.
Mi. Charles Link, Mrs. Bonnie Swain, Mr. Henry Pfaff, High School Custodians. Mis. Maria Alonza, Machine Maintenance Supervisor.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS this
year: Mary Ann Martinez, Commis-
sioner of Social Activities: Linda
McRiley, Vice President: Kathy
Gibson, Treasurer: Mike Hornkohl,
President: Becky Santa Maria, Sec-
Slowly, then more quickly, then speeding, the
balance scales tip, and the past lies behind, unequal,
The carnival ride is over. For some it was exciting,
enjoyable, worthwhile, for others, dull, drudgery, unend-
Forward stretches the future, heavy with promises of
successes and failures.
We, the freshmen of a new age, and yet as old as it
has been repeated, wait no longer for our beginnings.
They have reached their fruitful arms to us, swept us
into the currents of adult living.
We, in turn, reach outward to them.
Richard Barrantes Linda Behrens Susie Berringer Robert Berry
SOICITID Uncommon Simplicity Kosher
Willie Berry Robert Brassfield Debra Bray Dorothy Brown
Proud Exacting Sweet Tranquil
Richard Byrd James Caler Cindy Campbell James Carroll
Strange Earnest Cheerful Witty
Tina Contreras Karen Cook Barbara Coulter Janet Cram
Feminine Sensible Pert Charming
Irvine Davidson Eddie Davis Don Divine Joe Doak
Cautious Assured Quiet Unconventional
Arthur Durden Linda Ebersole Jim Erick Roger Evenson
Warmhearted Delicate Brawny Bold
Robert Feree Al Fikse Millie Flinspach
' Strong Considerate Maidcnly
Loueva Ford Julie Garcia Donna Gough
Deliberate Boundless Flighty
Kathy Gibson Rodney Gill Harvey Gise Cassandra Gore
Enthusiastic Stubbom Capable Objective
Raytield Greer Alfred Guerra Kathy Gustafson Ruby Hales
lmpulsive Cool Responsible Complex
Linda Hicks Jeff Hodges
J0yCC JO1'daIl Lucy Iufka
Joan Komning GAUY Iiong
Mary Ann Martinez
Phyllis Mora Laura Nichols
Gary Monis Hans Nilson
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Cheryl Natalie Ed Piflfk
Linda Park Lonnie Patterson John Pecora Roy Perry
Notable Imaginative Articulate Migchievgug
Eddie Proetel , Adriana Reyes Adrian Rodriguez
Natural Rational Likeable
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Mike Teal Catherine Tobin
David Staley Carl Swain Roy Tellef Rosa Torres
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Jeanette, Snow Brent Tarner
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Cathy Stanek Archie Taylor
Carol Trainor Dolores Vega Stacy Waller
James Turner Carol Venable
Rose Mary Wooten
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Formals, car keys, flowers and holding hands-this
is the age and the year for the graduates of 1970. It is
the time for growing up, being involved with other
people. A time for noticing the causes of a world
filled with mistakes and beauty. They now will move
closer to a time when they can change or perhaps
improve the world they are realizing more each day.
They are the Juniors, class of 1970.
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Smith, Vice Presidentg Pennye Durrett, Secretary, Virginia Duarte,
Treasurerg Edward Jenkins, Sergeant-at-arms, Cecilia Dominguez, Com-
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Lula Aron David Bennett Paul Breman
Jim Ayala Wally Borchard Caron Bryant
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Stuart Haxler Barbra Hmdman
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Closs of '71
Membership in clubs such as NFL, CSF, French Club, Spanish
Club, Lettermen's Club and GAA, football, basketball and
baseball games where their cheerleaders cheerg a scholar of high
honor-their year is filled with activities of all kinds, and
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grace and extra inches. Their changes have not ended and
memories are many yet to live. These are the Sophomores-Class
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Congratulations to the Skylark Field
Class of 1969
17580 Grand Ave. 678-2131
Elsinore, California 674-2500
5 Wishes ta
The Alamo Market
Class of 7969
C g tlt nsandBestW h I th
120 N. Main 674 2930
215 W. Graham Aven
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Ed and Ruth B y
Experts at Recapping
Best Wishes To The
Graduating Class of 1 969
232 W. Graham Ave. 674-2330
127 W. Graham Ave. U
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
32260 Mission Trail T0 The Class 0f1969
Elsinore, California 674-9986
Corona and Elsinore
P.O. BOX 2728
SANTA FE SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
Class of 7959
Elsinore Firestone 7.1
TED E NELSON X' 6 1 ft
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Best Wishes To The
Class of I 969
Railroad Canyon, Highway 71
133 N. Maine St. 674-3655
Class of 7959
Erle Stanley Gardner
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141 N. Main St. 674-3121
Full Line of Fabrics
velvets - brocades
textures - brocatelles
naugahyde - boltafiex
masland - duran
Complete Kirsch Drapery Service
and Graber Service
17566 Grand Ave. Elsinore 678-2789
Elsinore Barber Shop
A Very Prosperous
Future T 0 The
Class of 1969
115 N. Main St. Elsinore
Murrieta Custom Meats
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Custom cutting and
wrapping ready for
42451 Guava St. Murrieta 677-2078
De Jong's Dairy
31910 Colydon Rd. Elsinore 674-2910
M 81 M Market
Congratulations to the Class of 1969
15987 Grand Ave. 678-2321
The Lake Theatre
Best Wishes to the
Class of I 969
WES AND FLORENE MARSHALL
The Red Garter
Shrimp - Spaghetti
Hamburgers of the World
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400 West Graham
Fun, Homework, Facts
Special Section For
2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
10 p.m. to 5 p.m.
674-4517 10 a.m. to2p.m.
The First National Bank
And Trust Co
and Best Wishes
Class of 1969
South Shore Office Elsinore Office
15891 Grand Ave. 101 S. Main St
424 N. Main 674-401 1
Class of 7959
T.R. Comstock, M.D
Extending Best Wishes
To The Class of1969
Richard T. Blowers
Good Luck To The
Nakai Hot Springs
115 W. Franklin 674-2661
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and Best Wishes
to the Class of1969 Merchandise
The V all ey In n Complete Line of Wilson Sporting Goods
16705 Grand Ave. 678-3238 24741 Washington, Murrieta 677-2461
Dill Lumber Company
Class of 7959
311 N. Spring St. Quality - Service 674-2133
Class of '69!
We wish you all
and continued success
years to come!
MOBILE HOME PARK
Refrigeration - Air Conditioning
Come and relax at Lake Elsinore's
Carrier Air Conditioning newest and finest adult
and mobile home park.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Class of 1969
32900 Riverside Drive 674-3101
17870 Grand Ave. 678-2146
Sunshine Ranch Market
Extending Best Wishes to the Class of1969
990 Railroad Ave. 674-2738
Congrazfulations to the Class of 7968-69
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Elslnore Unlon HI h School P.T.A.
Lucile G. Goulart, President
First Vice President, GRETCHE S Treasurer, RITA PARKS
Second Vice President, TONI STEWART Historian, ARLENE GARRISON
Third Vice President, JOAN ROBERTS Parliamentarian, BETTY HINDMAN
Recording Secretary, MILDRED COULTER Auditor, STEVE PRICE
Corresponding Secretary, CHARLOTTE KAZMIER Faculty Representative, DAVID INGLIS
DINING AND COCKTAILS
Elsinore, California 674-3158
Aimee's Annex 7
Turn off Highway 71 at
Gifts - Posters
Novelties - Beads
Rickie Tickie Stickies
P.O. Box 696
124 N. Main St. 674-4417 Elsinore, California
MR. WILLIAM BOURGEOIS
MR. ROGER G. REESE
MR. AND MRS. F RIESEN
MR. CARL GRAVES
MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN PRICE
GUNTHER'S MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS
MY CHILDREN'S HOME - ARLEAN V. GARRISON
MURRIETA MACHINE SHOP - VICTOR GARRISON
MR. AND MRS. FRED KLARER
MR. AND MRS. NORMAN CHAFFIN
MR. AND MRS. RON SPRINGSTEEN
MISS SANDRA HIGGINS AND MRS. VERONICA PRICE
DICK LE BLANC,S RICHFIELD
MR. AND MRS. JIM KELLER
MR. AND MRS. AL SWAN
TOWN AND COUNTRY REALTY
THOMAS R. MORROW INSURANCE
S AND S LIQUORS AND MARKET
RON'S RICHFIELD STATION
ELSINORE SHOE SERVICE
ELSINORE FEED AND FUEL
GUNDERSON'S DRY CLEANERS
EARL MALCOM, STANDARD OIL COMPANY
MR. AND MRS. JOHN O'TOOLE
MR. JIM DAVIS
L. A. CARNIGHAN, CHIEF OF POLICE
THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Those were the days, my friend.
We thought they'd never end.
We'd sing and dance
forever and a day.
We'd Live the life we choose,
We'd fight and never lose.
Those were the days, oh yes,
Those were the days.
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Mouseketeer roll call count off now! Mary Martin, Editor, Ruby Hales, Cathe Tobin, Ben Fagan, Mary Foley, Linda OYTOOIC, Jim D21ViS, Advisor
Lauri Merrifield, Virginia Duarte, and Gwyn Platner. NOT PICTURED: Pennye Durrett, Assistant Editor, Lonnie Patterson, Bob LaI1d1S
Sandee Carnighan, and Becky Santa Maria.
Work and Play! J.D.-Head Mouseketeer
EI Logo Stuff
What we have here is o failure to communicate
Through rain, or sleet, or broken leg the picture will be taken. H1 Y all I is here
Throughout our many meetings filled with hard work and worry
we had one thought on our minds, "Get it done!', Now itis over,
the year is through, the hours of layout planning and copy writing
are finished and one thought remains with us, 'flt,s over!" While we
possess the traditional gratitude to Albert James Studio and Pischel
Yearbook Inc., I feel it more appropriate to thank those, here, who
are so totally responsible for this book. My first thought is to
thank the entire staff for hours of hard work and for the
good-natured family spirit we developed. Also deserving many
thanks is Mr., Michael Park, a 1968 E.U.H.S. graduate, who stepped
in when we lost our photographer and spent this year working with
us. And the biggest thanks of all to Mr. Jim Davis. All of us will
remember making a mess of his house, eating his food and drinking
his coca-cola while he worked on page after page of layouts.
Thank-you to all of you who are pictured on these pages, students,
faculty members and people who are just around.
1969 El Lago Editor
P.S. Mickey Mouse lives on Brand Street.
And now comes the final page of the 1969 El Lago on which we write. The next few
pages are left blank for the use of friends and faculty members whom you will remember.
The copy now will be written by you, the pictures will be original masterpieces, the
memories personal. The 1968-69 school year is over. Good luck and pleasant memories.
E1 Lago Staff, 1969
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