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

 - Class of 1972

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A .,.. ,1 ,i .- qui.. ,, ,,2,m.,, 5.25425 .1 Q Q, .W zk,-'51, . we .4 We all came to look for America As students of the Elsinore Union High School, we come here hoping to acquaint our- selves with America, a land of ideals. We are searching . . . ' We meet the people, at population con- sisting of a combination of many races and many nationalities. America is a people, mixed and strong. "We, the students of Elsinore Union High School, in order to further the cause of stu- dent governmentg provide for the general welfare of the Associated Student Body" . . . We are aware of our country's efforts to es- tablish justice. We are searching . . . We are like a USA rocket reaching out into the unknown darkness, as we look beyond the horizon for maturity, and our own "sep- erate peace". We are searching for truth, unity and love, and all that life has to offer in America. We are searching . . . 38" 52" if Q if 5' 5 ,..,,, -I ,aig L K, 'UW f- Fas We, the students of Elsinore Union High School, in order to further the cause of student governmentg provide for the general welfare of the Associated Student Bodyg promote and rep- resent student interestsg promote school pride and school spiritg promote a social activity in- terestg support and promote the educational aims and goals of our school districtg do ordain and establish this Constitution of the Associated Student Body of Elsinore Union High School. E t I I ' I t ...A .Q A nh., Betty james, Attendance Clerk joy Carter, Principal's Secretary 95 High School office adjusts to change A change of scheduling, principal and freshman-sophomore counselor Were high- lights in the high school office this year. Second semester scheduling Was shortened to 18 mods and registration was done by using the college Walk-around system. Mr. Hoagland adeptly took over the high school office job as principal after Mr. Max Norwood Was promoted to a special budgeting project at the district office. Mr. Kramer was moved from the social science department to the demanding job of being counselor to freshmen and sophomores. Dr. Sheridan remained to head the district office. Aided by his assistant superintendent, Al Swan, and the rest of the district office staff he did, indeed, "strive for the best." Betty Park, Registrar Carl Benson, Vice Principal Don Hoagland, Principal Corrine George, Office Aide Tillman Turley, Continuation 10 CH' iw Q3-as ,,-vw-,.,, Katherine Keller Dr. Andrew Trtan Counselor Director Pupil Personnel Ted Kramer, Counselor , . Our administration strives for the best , .5,.- Al Swan Assistant Superintendent Max Norwood, H. S Special Assignment Principal Connie Estrella, Superintendent's Secretary Dr. james Sheridan, Superintendent , ttt,i K I Joann Schwochert joan Upton Nora Ashley Willi White Administrative Secretary District Bookkeeper Warrant Clerk ACCOHHYHITC EUHS Facult guides our lives "Beautiful people teach individualism , but to be an individual one must have education. That's Where our EUHS Faculty comes in. Their knowledge is Eugene Blackler, Social Science our gain. They give us a chance to learn and better ourselves in the competitive world of today. Our EUHS staff is made up of the most brilliant minded and highly dedicated people ever. Archie Cain, Drama Eugene Brassfield, Agriculture Dan Chacon, Industrial Arts Tubal Cain, Band ggi' LW. .,,. vw. v L -...J-... ,.,. x , 47 ' 1'-s------.... George Conley, Agriculture ,Kd 2 3 .L.w.-'hw -rs . 0""" If Robert Cooper, Social Science Ken Easter, Boys P. E joan Corey, English 4-wwwsmvwmqmmnwv Y,.s.wM7,T:",,LT9"' Judy C ourchaine , Busine ss Educ ation jk! jim Davis , Publications 1 3 N Harold Martin, Science Dreams. Hodges, Foreign Language . , 1, . g. fi Carl Graves, Math Alton Hassell, Health and Safety 3 n Mi WW ,ff WWW gws o 'x ' x- Beautiful people teach ind ivid u al is m M551 'Q e aa., Nadine Emerald, Gir1's P. E. Sandra. Higgins, Home Economics Richard Hackett, Library , fzf, . ' ,5,. 'Q 'J 'm ' L john Gonzales, Science Robert Hugh, Opportunity fx Ls, , -ts.. pf av' We 5 ,Wg Kel? Marc Orlando, Social Science Felipe Ortiz, Foreign Language Sperro Patakas, Mathematics fff""- " :'i I 'Q , ' 'Hai' , an , .iff D. ' ' Ya '26 se I EX ww if 5i'X by W' -qui 'X S, ,, 4 , Y Q if Xa in gif, A A ggi A i I 5 Y EQ. Agn-.mm Ed Pencin, Special Education Roger Reese, English if 5, ,,,, , -- Stephen Price, Business Education Rachel Resur, Home Economics I6 Hylton Sanders, Art Ron Springsteen, Music Howie Torn, Social Science Genette Sizer, English Kathleen Stiles, English 5 We l S no ol " ,:.,. .,,. 0 , ' 213 Richard Yeske, Wood Shop FacuIty's knowledge is students' gain I-Iaroldine Perry, Girls P. E. Angelina Heredia, Language Lab Reggie Brown, Social Science 'Q if 469' Peter Gruber, Agriculture ,ff Leta Summers, English Eva Jacobs, Science Louise Murray, Office 1 8 liliiiiii 4l1 Q? '12 Maria Alonzo, Art .W .dit Bess Kalas, Continuation Aide Margaret Martin. Percy Kratch Snack-Bar Assistant Snack-Bar Manager Murle Sweat, Maintenance Custodial Staff not pictured: Bonnie Swain , Buck Spaulding, Art Garrison, Fred Longmore. Nellie Cox, Library BUS DRIVERS Front, Lou Babcock, Zack Smith, Paul Williams. Back: Virginia Angelson, Gladys Guy, Minnie Buenrosto, Glori Smith, Ruby Bullard, Marge Smith. Not pictured: Walter Bartch, Ruby Shook, Lily Magee, Adela Rubacalva, Mickey Castillo. Their assistance IS never-ending Throughout the year these people have shown their concern in E. U. H. S. and its students through their Work here. They have given their service as an aid to our education. These are the adults who go unnoticed by students, but keep the school running with their never-ending assistance. With the help of these individuals We have been able to receive a full education, but With- out them it Would not be complete. 19 3 Maurice Coleman, Parking Lot Supervisor FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD Chairman Eugene Blackler, Edmund Pencin Rachel Resur, Roger Reese, Sperro Patakas. William Crayton, C ampus Supervisor joe Jeffreys, Board Clerk .Q..,,3,,,, ,,,, u-,Wm Pat Rettinger, Resource Center Aide Richard Connor, Board President . w::,sQ,,,ff:Lem,fff1mama 5,-,4f,i:w r--f ,.ffa,,ff .y,i.,,,,rf,,,1w,--W,Q. D,... My L.,-f.,., ,s, ....,, LL.... A . 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Rooters buses, audio-visual machines and FM radio are only a few of the issues these adults have helped settle. PTA OFFICERS: Front Row: Gretchen Hodges, Kelly Engberson, Toni Stewart, Marion Smith. Back Row: Charlotte Kazmier, Richard Hackett, Rita Park. Ernest Yates, Board Member Vim jean Hersev, Campus Supervisor Council revives student power Pep rallies, rooters buses, fences and student-faculty relationships were the main issues of the Executive Council for the l97l- 72 school year. This spirited group Was led by A. S. B. President, Mark Durrett, and was successfully supported by the rest of the council and the student body. Accomplishments Weren't limited for the council, as the Homecoming floats, parade and activities were restored. A spirit break- fast, a free rooters bus and sessions With the school board, faculty and principal were arranged as part of the new outlook for student participation. Changes occurred as the Den was abolished and S. A. B. , a council consisting of students and the principal, were brought together for better communication lines. Mr. Cooper and Mr. Hugh took the active role of advisors, with Mr. Hugh being the mediator between the council and faculty. Treasurer Caroline Childers If - 22 Vice President Bob Isaacs Commissioner of Social Activities Norma. Crandall inn-14 Advisor Mr. Robert Cooper Commissioner of Pep Ken Gosselin Advisor Mr. Bob Hugh I NK,c.1, Commissioner of Publicity Marcia Smith L Class officers keep us together Class officers are the elected few who lead and repre- sent their own class throughout the school year. Each offi- cer belongs to Student Council, which organizes every other morning during zero mod to enable Student Council to know each class's needs and for each class to know what is hap- pening in Student Council. Each class is given certain responsibilities and privileges and it is up to these few to make sure these demands are met. Seniors are in charge of Senior Ditch Day, dedicating a class gift to the school and Graduation. juniors supply the concession stand for the football sea- son, order class sweaters and sponsor the Junior-Senior Prom. Sophomore duties range from selling programs to order- ing their class rings. Although the heshman class is not given any specific duties, it is up to them to get organized and accustomed to high school life for the next three years. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS D. Bolton, secretary, D. Guzy, presidentg L. Bolton, treasurer, B. Williams, Sgt. at Arms. 9 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS R. Gutierrez, president, G. jenkins, vice president, B. Gutierrez, secretary, A. Armstrong, commissioner of social activities. in am Yam ME Senior President Dave Carver ,ms .,,: M, sa e- ,iw g iwffg-s,.f .m , iw-eifgfieiww:Sf.w-.M Q, Qi: Jews:swfgmwf V wwgs??QQ3gszi,5Qzzw?fSiw S, We 13: ,V ,kiwgw if , fw-,if ,, ' --1 wmv-wxvw--zz .M ffki, :L -f,.. 15-mf, vfr: fs- f'f H11 ':,,- fiy, 1 -,,kf,-,,. ,, ., . .,.'.:,, ,,Lff-x- vf,: ,Mez -fri fm if-,M , ,,Ji,,:,,,fv,,w..fWgZW3,3s,.fv,..s1,5., ,, 7- f , I U-ww, , fjf,ff'i3 1' 17vigff:.1421'4si21gggwv.fsiP3Zssfgi:Elias-iii?2-fi-E.-fft',- ,- i iiiee iSPar141n21? ?fiHiiS'dfer ieo e L S 3 we 1 ..,f ., .,.. f ff g. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS I. Bell, vice presidentg C- COUHOT, tfeasufefi C- Benson, 5eC1'etaYYS R- Ashton, Commissioner of Social Activities jan Roberts president. 25 .-Q. 5 - -ps:aaa.,,-my - , 55 .- , N A X5 It 53? fx x 5 af is L , 'K , Q 1, fl f 3:5 'ff 9' ,, whiff ,ff , K .3 W km ,L QM Q 354.5 E- "" V i.. 4 -A 1'ii x ii' W . 'V ff" Q A an - look see look at the rain one drop at a time, look at a tree one leaf at a time, look at the grass one blade at a time, look at the people one person at a time. Bernie Casey Th G0 Se n io rs a p p ro ac: h new frontiers Involvement with school, community, and one an- other, has expanded the class of '72 as individuals and strengthened our will to attain our highest goals. Through the years we have evolved and matured, grasping a better understanding of our society and the people who comprise it. The desire to do well in life grows ever stronger. Eagerly we look to the future and strive to meet with success the many opportunities that are revealing them- selves to us. Still We feel some regret that such an important era w..,,, x in our life has drawn to its conclusion. Joyce Accettura Virginia Aguilera We look back with sincere affection and Wish others Delicate Timid our joy, then turn to the future. WY! f . 'Y -gum, Helen Allen Julie Arevalo Lively Energetic Asenath Armstrong Composed Shelia Avery Gracious if" Judy Ballard Plausible Leslie Barrows Understanding 599 'RSM' Glenda Bendix Patient Diana Behrens Outgoing F 2 Chuck Baker Congenial p . A pkg Roxie Battaglia Tranquil Mark Benson Philanthropic Stan Buerke Sheryl Bundy Inquisitive Refreshing K N if asf 'ls ii ' Paul Bywater Calvin Cain Carol Canady David Carver Juanita Casillas Solitary Musical Original Intelligent Compact Sue Childers Steve Cilurzo Picturesque Harmonious Charlie Connor Inviting Norma Crandall Mary Crawford Billy Crayton Suzanne Custer Karen Deigan Stimulating Laudable Sly Enlightened Helpful G b e gt uiil aaua s eeen I 9 aeae be bnneean an ' x 'PU' f 'fm' ,vm john Diaz Nanci Dickson Lynn Di Maggio Mark Durrett Greg Fink Mischievous Reliable Pretty Mirthful Cogent .' A xx . 'I I fi -K,,. - E if ig VL iz: Q? I at . ' V f, " ' Joy Gabbart Linda Garland Equestrian Slender Audrey Gibson Witty - ff f-me Gary Goss Clever 'Y -1f5'?'5'Eg'ff"i3.lf, P . ui., ,S iw 55 1 ruff? Q W 23 G n 7' 'Q W G , :F Qi K iii Wes Gill Observant 35 Steve Gullatt Absorbing Ralph Gutierrez Bob Guzy Steve Hanson Involved lmpatient Dependable l 11249 Vickie Hassell janet Heinemann Ginger Helms Eugenia Hernandez Sharron Hernandez Considerate Petite Accomplished Sophisticated Trustworthy Seniors Search for self-freedom ,Wg-' Brett Hirschi Willie Hudson ' Dramatic Agile Q K ex , an W V w V . :iff 1:2 5-'iff i f in is i an n e . . as ilnt n X 'rig . it e ,,, w n , H , .., ,, ., W ir k:k:V-- Q 'rv 1 K :aa ,Q ,,--::, sf ' ' "' is -- .. ,. V- . A l QTY., A siiii ig ff im C ,-,E ' ' A ' ' -f-" vi ""-f f ,fi , ,sf 1, ! kg . f f 5 n Li A , E 5' R Robert Isaacs Georgietta Jenkins Virtuous Enchanting Kurt jenkins Terry jenkins Mike Jennings David johnson Byron Jones Segacious Artistic Inspiring Peaceful Impressive George jones Carolyn Kaser Temperate Radiant Bonnie Madrigal Pam Malnar Eager Genuine Enthusiasm is being a senior Tony Kirkpatrick Dominant Gloria Mendez Memorable james Leslie Advocate joe Me ssino Mysterious Ernie Mestas Profound N. X Madelyn Miller Pursuing ' ' i N M Cornelius Mothershed Goldie Mothershed Alberto Murgula Supporting Surprising Genial a -iii Q 4, ie qw X 2 Pat McKend.ry Sivert Nelson Ken Norris jane Ommert Jerry O'Nei1 Kind Skillful Polite Enthusiastic Yielding .., -..' sv to Iuanito Perez Serene '!""""'? Michael Perez Cheryle Perry Kathy Powell Enticing Piquant Sparkling Maura Ortiz Rosalie Ortiz Mike O'Toole Cherished Organized Humorous Barbara Rabb Valuable Ron Rasmussen Friendly Charles Rios Moderate Judy P. Schulman Scholastic ,Ml ..., ,,,, ' :Q - az at " Z , - .f"" " ' :1:.5: .ll5T51. ' ' 5 C' V Z i 4557 gl' S , ',,, 5? Lynn:-1 Ray Lenient Frank Rechberg Sensible Mark Richardson Inventive jan Roberts Active Mike Root Generous Mickey Rose Nimble P " . K L .. uk Alison Shannon Evelyn Silva Val Silva Invigorating Cheerful Consistent Cecilia Ruiz Proud Michele Slate Pleasant Marcia Smith Pam Smith Margret Sparkman Jan Staley Intellectual Comprehensive Knowledgable Magnetic Judy Stewart Paul St. Pierre 1, Exuberant Vigorous Paulette St. Pierre Frit Swain Harold Taylor Nancy Toye Phyllis Trout Progressive Claimed Prominent Honest Optimistic X. - Mark Trtan Belinda Villarreal Liz Von Meerscheidt Dreama Walker Brent Watkins lmpelling Angelic Amiable Sincere Captivating It's a new dawn for the seniors Joanne Williams Frank Wise 35 Natural Chivalrous juniors prepare for tomorro Tomorrow edges nearer and our minds awaken to the dreams and plans we must carry out. Yesterday is gone but its memory lingers. Satisfaction fills the soul for our year was endured with self-won accomplishments. The year was also one of many changes. For one thing, transportation was different for most of us than it was the year before. Drivers licenses were obtained, so many of us drove to school. Also, we the juniors, were privileged with junior class sweaters and wore them proudly. Along with the many changes that enveloped us, we were bestowed with the task of the concession stand. Only a few of us know the hassles and work that was put into it. Speaking of hassles and work, we're reminded of the Junior Senior Prom that was presented by us Juniors. Success was our goal, and that we very well accomplished. And so with a warm sigh of relief we end our year of confusion, changes and accomplishments. Our minds and bodies lean forward to what's ahead, the future. College whispers in our ears and dreams unfold and slowly take their '- x I' is qi" 'J 5 if -::,w::, , . :Resin HEX new U e 5.55 N as ,WKl,.., xv 55 95 ' 5,5 if 'Sw' A Q rg, 3? ,,, .,,:,.. W fig Q' 5 W Q' R ri Q gs f m., place' Gilbert Alonzo Alison Bains john Bliss A year has gone by, another is coming soon. Tomorrow Julie A-V9V9-10 Rick Be1'1t1eY Shawn Boggs edggs nearer. Mariellen Trent Blair Helen Bolton Armstrong ,mg ,, Ka as 5 ,J f a. fi ' f Q 5 hi s V Ex is Q ildn Melvin Brown Richard Burris x L 2 v 4 N sais , , 'R X 5 Kevin Cahill Jeri Crandall Marsha Cobb Eddie Casillas Barbara Crawley Debbie Coulter 1,ff M1 My f, 5 A H3 U 5: E l. '- ll I :wjfgj ,F zpy fs Neva Degler Suzanne Demoville 'ffm . is r ael A kkkf 1 i'. I s Mae:aiqwfsgsrfszarsaaesssfnssgawgrf ,ggsf-lsrwrsi wasvffeafsx:sf1f2ssvv1W2aa fs-oawmiagaieevrezsrrl-W,Wars Warwzw. -W - 1 4 V- fwfr--,.s,a 1ms1ssg.3ssfsM2,..rsaa5,ffalsazw rw-f-earl. me-. tf-- Mffsz-as N .W as-sr ,sas ,L :ss-. ievsselfssisaslffi' iirsisasaaavssrsvssasssryf -may W fs,-.an ,-we V-M 'sfsiflimiVM7525'57,ZNZIQYX-"ffiiZifff?f"Si 15.155 2asss?fafiwggsfisifessfsfsffssfsasazsfiaawrszfy mamrgassegsaweigsufsswQs,g,ssgfz '- may za is-areMfsfwimf-3kg. W Karnes-'animalasfsravazssa-asVfszifaam A a.srsQ.rsas-as-ri is as sears.. s SHmei-anwfiwasf.swezsnsSlrgsfmaz-signal My 435151 713335553 ' fit- ,if-457154s'Y'kZ5i459' R?5m'?leaerg2m 1iss??a55fwa?rSiaszssu?!s?ia,-aa sasgfarema-tai :wifi-via:szieasfsxfrzl aisfarssrsi Q g,,sfsMfs1ws. .,sffs1r.,Q,a g2fgSE5?2a1451555551--srs?ra7liiggiessiaw., Xyrsesirsgaiaia:yiazsieggssafalaiggsrgggzi faflrxzwaffefszrss-aw fs- fm he gmxsvszs:svsz4eMs1xs,M, f- wzlssms ,gszfsgrgrsiegystfazz:egg wif, zfwsyfsf. A- rr: Bruce Dewitt gf r g. f if 5 Xt Klfm Daniel Dilg Hilda Dominguez Larry Evans Pat Feeley Bill Fouts Mary Alice Ralph Gutierrez Terri Doak Harry Estrada Allen Evenson Gary Forkey Judy Goodlander Granado Charnel Henson Belinda Gutierrez -n..,, K y -1. .nv ii I af ,bn lg .fu 7-Ry , t i t y of """f V eel . 37 WIA' As we crawl a broken path, if We make it, We can all sit back and laugh. World in changes still going through I have a lot to learn about you. l'm on the outside looking in what do I see, Much confusion, disillusion all around me. World in changes still going through you have a lot to learn about me too. Tomorrow holds sweet memories 1 gf 2 -W.: E QA , 'K "7' rf' o' rssrsrs X of few, Denise Hester Richard Hornkohl Don House Shirley Hudson riiii 6 T "', ii K J ss 'r.: if 5, ,... me :1:: -k m, ,s V2 Wendy Kazmier jerry Larson Kim Leahy Patty Lee 38 , - ' L. 41 A 2. Q v 'sgi I :il Q 'E f ,,, A., ,raw-'5 ,SQ N. N' WX 2 1 :iii R an ga A. gag, Ja, W A Ii Af f-5 y RTN .fr M ,z N. , i z M K Bob Lowell Yvonne Magee Steve Martin Genevieve Steve Maas Robert Gabriel Martinez Martinez Marjerison Rosalie Martinez 39 Creighton Serina Mora McCartin Stanley Morris Danny Mendez Terry Morris Susan Mercurio Javier Murguia jim Middaugh I 4 V, Mark Myers Sharon Niceschwander Ronald Olin Marshall Ortiz Vivian Ortiz f- 2 :L , I' f s - - ' 1, ,Vi 6 gh. .. ,V ox - N' J 255, PS, 2 N1 r i i ,. an .Qu q -s f W K ' i ' ' S . -' z" W ww , l , Q6 Hr i ' YS , any ,L ws 6 8 is Y Jw, 1 3 F sn is if s 8 , X "- -5 J, Ernie Pacheco David Page Maureen Park Rhonda Patterson Bob Paul ZA? ff will X rl ff ' Laurie Pease Mary Ann Pecora Danny Perez Nora Perry Star Phipps 1 . - H ' ,rx ' ' A L X' X T lfifimiz A 'x 1 , , K K A are-Q ,," 'S 1H2f.z2f23w : m ., fi f 3 - ' f if .Lf ,, Mi, ' S A f or WN Alfred Rabb Sammy Silva Debbie Smith Barbara Spiller Andy Stow Cindy Ruiz Brad Skinner Fred Smith Don Stokes Denise Mario Sandoval Strickland Kim Shaw Rick Singleterry in Everlasting visions, everchanging views s1iis'i'1- R 3 ,.. 'T' n I if ri ax ,Q iii? r . ' -2 - -""'T f M Q 8' X X: in is ,"' i ,tar Becky VanOver Mary Wolf jean Werner Susan Wolshin Rae Wilkie Susan Woodring Jeannie Edward Zumbach Williams Rowena Strong john Tafarella Bruce Tellef Pat Terry Sherry Thomason 41 Patte Tobin Melinda Townsend Nancy Toye Dave Travers Leticia Valle Sophomore spirit exceeds the limit As sophomores, the Class of '74 made up greatly for any spirit or enthusiasm we may have lacked as freshmen. To start things off right, we had the largest class enroll- ment on campusL This was probably the main factor that aided us in winning the sprit stick more than any other class. During Homecoming, our true colors showed through as we won the class competition in spirit. As J. V. 's, our record improved much over last year's as we ended the season with three wins and two losses. Although decorating the goalposts was vetoed this year by C. LF. , we were able to keep other soph traditions such as selling programs at all home football games, selecting class rings, and, naturally, supporting our class in anything and everything. , a i t o 1 el ' 'if 'F 1 f .4 ., ff Qi K Viyr , V ' Q Us-s t t Q is if I .:- ' S.. ,Q Q Q ,, e ' t f 2 11 4 Q .W " - was C to Q . - 4 as 1-' f 1 p A ,,,, if-at . . W I . V R - ---1- 1 ' Z 'X-NM- 'L 1 B '33 4 A f' " i ,,dd f ' if A g E M "il I .fl kr ' I . 'S A 5 I: james Bell Dennise Cheryl Benson Blackwell Kurt Anguiano Hector Arieta Paula Battaglia Edwin Ashley Robert Ashton Nancy Beecher Judy Aron Gloria Banda Sharron Behrens Gayle Bland 4 , 1 xx+ W3 1 8 a, r 6 W x . 1 .-' .-...f:x:15,f.. - ,,.:. s H H ... ' L Y 'F if 'WY' I ' iff! , I , . ,f., , F V, , . ,,,, X -aaa , 2 f , -22' " 'fee if i. 2 : ! 1' 6' s. a .v, K 4. Y jayni Bundy Joni Bundy Charles Cain Jose Camargo A Wil 2 .:- V: N A A WHY g i ,,,. C, k , r l ati 2 Luigi Casaccia Claudette Chandler Anthony Cheek Craig Cherry '- , I Caroline Colleene Connor Doug Crawley Randy Davis Debbie Diaz Childers James Counts George Croft Roy Davis jim Diaz Lucille Close Dorothy Frankie Darr Shery Deigan Mary Ann Doak jerry Cobb Councilor Gary Davis john Deruyter Bruce Doll Robert Conlee Paul Cozine 43 The class of '74 keeps on truckin' , , ,'eg eeee eee as "s l s ff X eeee J . I ik. 5 Q 9 G, 1 , ' an j E E. M, r"" -4 gi, -- . . kk P' K ,, viii " E. isis ' Q -' 7 -1 , 'Ski 'f sf. 5. '-s-' ' 'r 2. K. i .Q gf i . ' i 'E E fi --" -5' 4' . .. 5 A gr -.9 M I 4,11 M Y y I gk V. ' 5 Q ,. x , iii- K ., , . I Si --',-' . iq - , ," -fff',- 51: 2 Q A . 1 ALS' , -L as .. . T 5, .VVK 'fn 5 .. .gi xx .. E f f ' . - 5, ,, 1 i if 'is - " S Q ' "K" 3 -.g . .. S --K ' ' A 1. V - 1 s, " Af X' , rn eeeee K' ihi ih' : f" -.-": Q -rr W ,, gg ff, ..',, , 'Eg . .,,. ' 55-is ,-::' ,Q ' x 5 1. L ,X S ' wi , , ' if 5. .. i- . e e G in s ie a ff iff? E K :,,. ,K -qf: E is Paul Goss Russell Duncan Page Farnsworth joe Flores Belinda Garcia Peggy Durrett Connie Feeley George Friddle Mark Gardner Eddie Eatinger Rueben Ferris Janis Gabbart Kim Golding Eddie Ellis Carrie Fischer Daniel Gagnon Tony Gonsalves Ethel Green Sue Greer Angie Guerra 44 Marty Gutierrez Patricia Hachee Chrystal Hamilton Clydene Henson fu . ff , ' 2 Tim Hodges Carla Hoffman Terry Hollen james House i x 5' w, X .inf QS if l N .' ,ig -vm ,, -... ,,1,, , , 5-fi, wr fb figs . , , , 5 -i V -gh L '43 Q22 me L Vggz -xlib? 69'-Q ii, ' EE 'iw H ' 'M PE X wy rkx A W.. vii, ,Q 3 , , J, - M I 2' A , K ,ig ,,::., i 53 , ' A 54. r E Q ,1 N- - W , '- . nn iL-- - ..., V - ., - .,,,,, A , y. . . 'E L K H fs 4 -- 5 "'k 5 A as K. K if! A :vu - ,L A 3 .K J -- , , "1"? Steve House Candy Johnson Renee Kerdron Randy Howell John johnson Terry Kiper Lynn Ingersoll Nicky jones julie Kisner Tim Jennings Clay Kempf Robert Kitchell Robin Lario Vicky Leach Callie Leahy Michele Le Blanc ggiiiwsi EE: X , - -v. -:al is M... ff , X is W K V tw E ,rv ' 3 F .Q- i -."Z' aiifmfflfi ' r 1: V, r , 9 'Yi Q 'Q' it -11 .ti ,Q ..,,, M ,... l a Carlos Lechuga Benny Madrigal Mike Martin Paul Miller john Leggett Conan Manuel Martinez john Moore joey Link MacLachlan Terry Marshall Danny Mora Frances Lopez Steve MaldonadoB1lly McAdams Debbie Morris Mark Lotz Rickey Malnar Floyd Measurall Willie joy Martin Mothershed Robert Murphy 46 ,fam 'H' H .12 Wm, V' 'Si ze ' M X., K. , gf ' ,. If 5 I 'K 3 Georgette Randy Novak Esther 0'Dell . Alf VVkhx, T 4' Av .L f, fb '1 ,, af .li .-fffwe. rf , , f' -,-' X 1 ' I P is K 'I K Mi Nellie Ortega David Ortiz jeff O'Toole Diana Patrick .x 1 lv Q" ll - Q ' '-- W1 :SP ff 44 r D , n 1 . :ner - P F' ' 'iv V , , ipaq , . 5, H, 1. rf - I ww Yvonne Perret Carolyn Perry Barbara Phelps LeeAnn Platner Bill Payne Sheri Payne Lynn Pease Jeanette Pencin .ff Dora Poidomani Dolores Ponce 47 Class of 1974 i n't through yet Here they come Q S Some are Walking, some are riding, And some are flying, some just gliding. Released after years of being kept in hiding, they're climbing up the ladder rung by rung. Enter the young! Yeah, they've learned to think more than you think they think. Not only learn to think but to care. Not only learn to think, but to dare. Here they come. Some with questions, some decisions. And some With facts and some With visions of a place to multiply Without the use of divisions. To Win a prize that no one's ever Won. Terry Kirkman Association 1 , .... .- : Q Q iv .. S , it -f' Ei R W T' -. - . -sw? Ap' V va if ,A K S, 1 U z . ' ' , ie t Felix Ponce Renee Roberts janet Root Mark Schirmer Sybil Rechberg Brian Roderick Konnie Rose Cathy Karen Rudy Rodriguez Judy Roush Schoolcraft Richardson Sylvia Shattuck 48 i' if 35- . R -- rr , t Emi: l, n, Bonnie She arer Sheryl Smith LeaAnn Terry Smith Simmons jeff Snadow Randy Simpson Terry Linda Smith Stapleford X 5 Y T X' I? , r l ' L - X . J X 1 Y., ,r Q5 -is ,": 2 ' f 'e ' f Qi 'Eva . X E1 2 Sir 9 . it ,. as is . gf, , , .. t,,, MFA 3'fL1.t,, .. ,isa K' " """" ""x 'i " '- ppp y eii r i rlp rrrra, l ,. EE.: ,,.. V ra t fa " M . -- ,E 1 ' if S t irr gr it 5 'i"" -1-rf f-: . . ., 'assi' 1+ ' X Q SQ f y 2 I T r Steve Stauffer Brian Stewart Diane Stewart Chet Stone F FE sz .S Q 1- 'Q V6 C Dave White Debbie Willette Sandy Wolshin V jffg, Susan Stricker Cathy Upton Ana Villareal Xanthia Strong Yolanda Valle Richard Voyles Becky Tanner Bonnie Vasquez Jeanna Wheeler Don Tiss Manuel Vega Darnell White a l M km : rz E- A i ' ,, I v in Q x l rx w I ,',,7 A in ' ' L' '.' f Mg L Y ' 1 13 ', jim Wolter Elliot Woods Paul Woodward Steve Zupan 49 We're the young Americans toda Grammar school is behind us, but not forgotten, as we progress to the higher levels of education. We are the freshmen, who are the first to arrive at the pep rallies, last to leave, and are expected to cheer the loude st. We 're classified as being the "dumb ole Frosh, " but we are the young Americans who are striving to be known, and to become acquainted with the world around and beyond us. As the year comes to an end, we look forward to and prepare ourselves for another year of growing up in our foolishly but wise sophomore year. We :re the young Americans, today and tomorrow. D A Wendy Olivia Alernan Sylvia Aleman Addington Sarah Alonzo David Amavisca Susan Appleby David Arevallo Robert Arocro Neil Atkinson Paul Atkinson Dianne Baker Kathy Barrows Karen Beebe David Behrens Jolene Bendix 5 -L 'iaif l a f Epi: ,1 . 'ddd if A - Y Q ' W, ii 'T ""' rv' ' - I , 4, ,Q I , 1 a 'V will' , 5 H, , -ss ,ff.,, "ff ' ifyi-an-diff: Q A Ora Bevell Willie Stacy Bohn Bonesiroo Debbie Bolton Mark Bradley Linda Bolton Cheryl Brantly Richard Brassfield 5 in JIS tif! iw iii? WW fhbgl A L AX N L Y Debbie Brown Candy Cain Beatrice Carrillo Luana Colburn joel Brown Felipe Cardenas Catherine Clapp joey Collard 51 if-- '! Azfgii' I f Q 5 :'- l C if Q u , - ' Scott Custer Mark Davis Paul Dan Rose Davis , 1 5 gi g -Ir V -. ,M 1. 9 , :,,, Eileene Connor Pat Cough Paula Corvin Vicki Councilor mis' a T EQ: -" Q gy ' '.,, -X - ,lx " y V 11- ' I" f Q L 3 y , .L :.A ,Qq g A 5 V91 - 2- L ,, """' f W iv' if L ' 'f sss -'W - so 5 , f - ' fs V VIII N S if J l A i 2 . V - X I H fl iff L - ' I 1 L . z 2 if .fi , M253 f E Robert Dennis Cindy Ellis Diane Fagan Demoville Di Maggio Susan Engberson Myron Fikse Peter Dewitt Laurie Dorman Donald Evenson Donna Finley Tim Dilg Derry Edward , me M an ,f mi , 91.2 R X Y, .:, 1 , W' QQ' Bobby Fleming Tracy Freeman Lisa Garland Frosh adjust to upperclass rule 52 E f:- 4 'R - , - 55 5 if Eg I , ,, , .M i V.,k:V: 1 I . k rrk i' V- , -i .. attiii Q s J at L 'fl A ' 51:-Al an f iiiti is 3 K 4 QI.. ' 5 h LV ,aa , ,. .K ang 'J 'Eg-I 255' ' ff , f nf ,I s J , , "f ,l aw Wendy Gibson Linda Gullatt Gaye Hersey Debbie Gosselin Paula Harrington Lisa Hodges Micky Griffin Thomas Hawk Luanne Holmgren in ? 2.341 -Vi-fi-if 4 ,. if 3 WV.. hunch Y ,K .,,. ,, A ima F rf .aff If K , ,, ,. . 1.. -63,5 ' f F' nn, . 'P I ' 5 , A i n dd -if 51: 5 M 'wi i.. . 'Ng' K K . Melvin Hudson Cindy johnson Shane Kerwin john Lee Phillip Madison Steve Hutton Mike Kavanagh Sandy Kitchell Mike Lee Cindy Jacobson Terri Kean Theresa joe Lieras Le Blanc Freshmen learn what spirit is W x rv Q, .,.r..,,y 2 ,hz rig ' ,ms Sl if ' Q' , in R a ,, , X J 2 1 siiiiligil.: 4- - K ' " 51 gif' f Kiffffla rm sffiw' iw, as fl, . R arg? spa, N H. Q :52fi,g3iSEEw.1f1S" Qiw- s zi gf wiiffii- M Q' s 1 , K 5-55 . le, -if 1 f , . A r W 'sa 5 ." K a s 4 SFP 9: Krf? I' .lf 'F 5353. 5, f w ., .t V ,- L ,k ua 'ir r K L wa, ,, ,K 52,3 r a rrears . Sf ' , ,Z E , W. 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Q ' I i M, 1 , Q uv- , ' 1 . , W 'Jai' f f jim A sr 1 r A is 5 -,,. 3 H Q, Q 4 fm Ken Oleson Raymond Ortega Addie Ortiz Silvia Ortiz Kenneth O'Too1e Kris Pannell are ' 'fe E 'K-5 "I", K ,VM Rita Park Laura Parris Kenny Patterson Jody Paulson Alice Perez Becky Perez ul . fx KX' fx s raa rrrer rae 1M . ,. Renee Perrenoud Kathy Pfeifer Aaron Platner Cindy Ponce Gary Proetel Harry Prouty 3? '... ' .. if f 9 ,, :gg v Q 1521 in fn Melladee Querry Inez Roseth Griselda Barbara Smith Kathy Rabb Cathy Rowton Sepulveda Brad Smith Mark Rechberg Shara Rushing Art Sheets Kevin Smith Debbie Reed Frances Nancy Silva Ricky Smith Sepulveda Sandy Skinner 1 Ere S ff, Hr i Q-QF' lf! lim I ie' 1 P ai ::' R ,: 5 X as : 8, 5 3 mr ggi 5' E it X SX 4 fi, 5 . S , Robert Smith Carol Staley Phillip Taylor Sandra Smith Halli Sandra Taylor Cay-105 Sglis Staudenmayer Brenda Thoelke Denise Stokes Class of '75 still has a lotto give M, ff' X 2 ff S A 3 i ff ii Tom Wolter jack Wright Peter Zupan Robert Zurcher X 6 l ,X ,Q- ss 55 .2 S5 I WEUNii1"K' is f VVEE . . . X 7 5' F Y i The Pursuits of Happines Sports start off colorful season ' 1117? " bb 4 iliili TEAM CAPTAINS K. Jenkins, K. Gosselin, C. Connor, B. Crayton. -5 K xt' 4' Y QQ if N . 1 1 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row:A. Rabb, W. Hudson, C. Connor, B. Lewis, J. Taffarella, S. Silva, M. Root. Middle Row: T. Jenkins, R. Hornkohl, 1. Taperich, J. Lehman, M. Benson, B. Jones, B. Fouts, G. Alonzo, J. Gezewski, K. Kaas, S. Morris. Back Row: K. Jenkins, B. Isaacs, M. Trtan, K. Gosselin, A. Henderson, J. Snadow, T. Murrillo, H. Taylor, F. Swain, M. Ortiz, D. House, B. Crayton. 2 ' - I Tv.- M f 's j4fifi?i7i'?1,.rb' 'QL' v E' I f . A T 1 . 5 ' ' ' 'I Q ' 4 4 mg 422 54 ' 88 'iwlilimanp A M ' 1w'v.w A' as 1,,Eg11,i,,, vw I ' W , ww M rx I I Wi, I ' 'Z " 4' Q T i .lbw 'U 2 NU" Q, -9 "" ,gh QW' ww I P W, -b .., ,I T A DEFENSIVE SQUAD Kneeling: J. Snadow, A. Henderson, M. Ortiz, S. Silva. Standing: F. Swain, K. Jenkins, R. Hornkohl, K. Gosselin, J. Taffarella, B. Isaacs, H. Taylor. 1+ . M "E-f W iv, K ' 1 A Q 7 ' Y ' ,. .ff'K3"w7'i nffgxlifjfffi -W .- M1311 I 1 - 1. . 4. ' f w:.1?'.W ' . I "" ru'-5' - ir" .1'f'-123: fr V ' 'f 3 f ,, , ,,f- A 4' . ., -H ,,.. wg - -r 1 ,g wigs., f fx, , 3-.-1,551- 1. --.. -m",1..-- M.. Qs, V . ,, f ,. .w1."'v AQ., :W wif' 4, f ' in 1 If w :fl fl J ...I ff w .nnnn .ww n , A V ' H"'2 , W ' w,:::,,,,.-I-i,,f, v -- . V pga..,LC i f . .- - N... .,.. Y, , QM -..W ,A ' W ' vi- ww, ,, M W". 'V M ,U ' ww 1 1 1 ' . W.. ...N W M. Q ' a Q .... L K A H V' K 2 ' ' , , 'WL - if 7- I is !- f .... , G illnll ,ru fad f-fn 3 s W... -g Nm. , ng,-, .-7 -IIN -,L A-I H, ,I - OFFENSIVE SQUAD Kneeling: M. Benson, J. Snadow, B. Fouis, B. Isaacs, K. Kaas, K. Tenkim- Smndinq: B. C1-avton. W. Hudson. C. Connor. L. Greer. M. Root. 08 WM. Q if 5? WW i W A I :" .'- . . 'lf M 32" 'f :'sf'sN:vJ7'f- X , . -i xi l V3 is fu ,O 5 ,m 'f qQ' i W! g F9 K. 5 f Z f X -he in nf' . .jx -P V 1, ' 1' k 'K B .,. , 4.54 1 xx 1 , 'W ,- Pep Squad goal is that of spirit Spirit was the goal for the entire pep squad, twenty-eight members strong this year. The cheerleaders, songleaders, and mascots spent many hard hours painting, organizing, and pro- moting spirit around campus. Rosy smiles, bright uniforms , and catchy movements were the scene at many a pep rally and game. Supporting the teams through all sports and boosting the spirit when the going got rough were only a few of the many deeds of goodness and cheer the pep squad spread throughout the school. Heads of the different squads were Helen Bolton, Varsi Cheerleaders- Leslie Barrows wk, Eg. sum ,Y ee gk--frg,,-5p,rg,,H .k,. :su 'CY Varsity Songleadersg and Michele LeBlanc, , Junior Varsity. Miss Judy Courchaine and Mr, Robert Cooper supervised the entire squad. Advisor Advisor Mr. Bob Cooper Miss Judy Courchaine Commissioner of Pep Ken Gosselin M to,, ff? ' Y' his ON iir E,U.H.S. PEP SQUAD Front Row: D. Bolton, froshg V. Ortiz, mascotg L. Bolton, froshg D. Fagan, froshg L Werner, mascot, D. Brown, frosh. Middle Row: C. Hamilton, LV. cheerleader, L. Simmons, LV. songleaderg P. Durrett, LV. cheerleader, D. Councilor, LV. songleaderg C. Benson, LV. cheerleader, K. Richardson, LV. songleaderg D. Stewart, LV. cheerleader, S. Wolshin, LV. songleaderg M. LeBlanc, LV. cheerleader. Back Row: S. Wolshin, varsity songleaderg D. Walker, varsity cheerleader, L. Barrows, varsity songleaderg P. Lee, varsity cheerleaderg P. Armstrong, varsity song- leaderg D. Behrens, varsity cheerleaderg C. Ruiz, varsity songleaderg H. Bolton, varsity cheer1eadergB. Gutierrez, varsity cheerleader. Not Pictured: B. Spiller, varsity songleaderg J. Ommert, mascot. ff. , Tigers end with dismal record "I ,ir fr 'jk may- 'MW 'ga-4'--M KAW, -f N:-eg ra.. ' 'L ' ' G H, V1-, EF HE Q H gr 45 1 'lf ,N 6' H5 - s A f 37 Q X F gg qs- If - - 'fm' .,,, .ng n ,XE ,ws W L' 'M R E J is NT. N, ! Fifa A v 5 . V 1bA Q 4' 4, V , s e mx an 'fs 'X Past Homecoming traditions restored Spirit and willpower were combined this year by both students and teachers to restore Homecoming traditions for a successful 1971 Homecoming. The daily activities for the week were slated by Student Council with three new events added: 1920's Day, a pep rally conducted by the junior and senior boy cheerleaders, and a spirit breakfast. The two main activities which were restored were the building of the class floats and the Homecoming parade. The spirited week came to an end as the sophomore class was announced the most spirited class throughout the week, the freshman class took the best float title, and the Queen was revealed. Miss Dreama Walker, escorted by Mark Durrett, was crowned the 1971 Homecoming Queen by football co-captains, Charlie Connor and Ken Gosselin. The Queen's court consisted of four other seniors: Diana Behrens, escorted by Mike Jennings, Judy Stewart, escorted by Steve LeBlanc, jan Roberts, es- corted by Bob Guzyg and Ginger Helms, escorted by john Diaz. Qs Escort Sammy Silva, Freshman Princess Melody Martin, Escort Tim Hodges, Sophomore Princess, Sybil Rechberg, Escort Danny Perez, junior Prin- cess Yvonnee Magee. Junior Princess Mary Alice Granado, Escort Robert Marjerison, Sophomore Princess Colleene Connor, Escort Gary Davis, Freshman Princess Becky Perez, v 68 Escort Chris Murrillo. Wi as es. if W iiii J i f Nm - ,K Princess Ginger Helms Princess Diana Behrens ,Q fi Rim ix ' x Princess Judy Stewart Princess jan Roberts Queen Dreama Walker j.V.'s finish up optimistic: seas The 1971 junior varsity squad offered a c I 1 hope beneath the misfortune of a rather me V3I'S1ty season The prom1se of th1s team 1S founded on of any singular attraction This group was c terized by unity. It was as a unit that six te: fell in defeat, but it was also as a team tha LV. 's accepted three losses. Therein lies t timism presented by the junior varsity. With a year of experience it will be as z that they will put together a varsity season Elsinore as a school can be proud of. Ag- Coach Ed Skeen Coach Howie Torn rr If , 5 I Comin' on strong for 1972 season JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: T. Coulours, manager, W. Mothershed, manager, C. MacLach1an, E. Darr, E. Woods, R. Murphy, D. Mora, G. Davis, M. Gutierrez, T. Gonsalves, S. Stauffer, D. White, E. Casillas, Coach Skeen. Back Row: Coach Torn, I. Wolter, R. Ferris, T. Morse, A. Martinez, R. Rodriguez, R. Marjerison R. Davis, M. Tafarella, D. Ortiz, B. McAdams, P.J. Kavanagh, M. Amavisca, P. Feeley, K. Gibson, J. Bliss, I. Garrett, M. Martin, E. Anderson, C. Cherry. 72 Qi XL, , . .i W- ,, .n.. A K J' . , a , L? W. x K 5- q,.,if' o, , nf x,V , 'W W, Q SRSEAVA 5, 4 . .4-Q .gws-g pg i L , AM,-..-i-wa-Q-0-1 ,,,.,,i.,,..v,,,,5...... ,Q '..- . ' A .amy W . , . ,, i,,,,n ,.,. -.mf--'-rF"i"' " ' , x, 1" V' , ,, . v, f-W, A .4-.4EL,f-2 l'kj X' .N-si---A il gain? Udllh ,,...m-v--M N- . '99 MX X-ff"'fi, 1 IJ -Q, B ads-3.4 , fish! ali 'sf i JUNIOR. VARSITY SCOREBOARD f i IE.1sinoreo 4 l . , . . 8 Norco . . gf ...... 16, sffE1sinorenifiQgi1.i.o. . sili Big BearfiQQ 4 . . . .forfeit Elsinore 4 . . . 24 i Bloomington .... 16, i i Elsinore .... 20 Ramona ....... 0 Elsinore .... 40 Beaumont ...... 0 Elsinorne .f. . . 8 i ' iiiii B aiming . . . E1sino1'eg.g.3O Elsinore .... 14 Perris . . Q . .30 Elsinore .... 2 San Jac . . . . . 6 "-4 'fs-.1vf..1ww1..-A -.4 '- ,4,,j,i-VL A fn, fl W, , Freshmen find season difficult The Freshman football squad had a fair grid season as they received a 2-6 record for their efforts. The season started off with a 8-O loss in a Notre Dame scrimmage. The next two games against Bloomington and Romona were the only wins for the Tiger cubs for the sea- son. The next five De Anza League games all resulted in losses for the freshmen. Players leading the team were Lenny White, Tom Wolters, and David Guzy. The players on the freshman football team have accom- plished much more than the record shows. They have gained the maturity of working together as a team and learning and knowing what determination is when it comes to sports. The athletes were under the guidance of Coach John Gavin and Coach Mark Trtan. , .L v 'Q t - xl 1 . 7 Wn.:,.' K S- ' eg K -f - ,J A is UK N X ' 1, , WH f , , 'Ta t 6 W ' . is 4 gi if 4.'l3g.njMrm, fa. 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V.. ffm.. .. 5. P. t ... . ' .1 , Vai. ., ,ww sal. , ,Q ,.,., LA, s six!-,ll , V , ai x..v,t5,,g E..g1iiiQsg:i. ' 15,355 M .. L, N55 M 1-:ani-W .4 , N '? V" - ai-PX: f el 'Un I : 1 1, W .-gr..." if 4' Fin n., ,-HC. ' C - ' 41:2-'jg ' fy ,, 1 V 1 .. A ' m .:i3:'n-,N,,,, v- J N Nw? R 5 .S .55 P YY -1 lxiirf zu I ' 'Af' D 4 ,L A yx I Q YI, ' xx , , 'S ,f A L 5 L.. 1 xdxJ' 4 ul ini' ' X? x Q15 rw wg L. if wb FRESHIMAN FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: R. Murphy, B. Meineke, K. O'Toole, V. Mothershed, D. Behrens, M. Hudson, J. McKendry, S. Henderson, L. White, D. Guzy. Back Row: R. Newman, T. Wolter, D. Amavisca, T. Hawk, B. Williams, P. Madison, K. Scully, C. Murillo, I. Brown, A. Patterson, C. Solis, S. Curwood. ..- if 'ii Q K I V: - V . 5 .3 A S , . 'I V, W . K 18 . 99' " ' 'E . W .A 5, ,,,, - 5. I . W K A-if 1 L "A N.:-rx' :sf Wxlif 1 . af . f W ' " 'Q 5 3"-Y 'Q 4 4 . 0? V- , I A WGN ,YQ .f'-L . .4 'Tung 'J' 1 54:34 5 L if W we M I A ' -' 1.1 V, f ' Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore . . . O Elsinore ..14 ,,'. ,. .,, 0 Neffafiifsame . . . 14 Bloomington . . . 12 Ramona. . . . ...6 Beaumont... 8 San Jacinto.. Rim of World... Perris.......... Disneyland came alive at '71 Prom Betty Greer and Eddie Stewart, 1971 Seniors, were crowned King and Queen of the 1971 junior-Senior Prom, which featured "A Night at Disneyland. " The Prom was held at The Lake Elsinore Country Club and "The Freeway" provided the music for the more than 150 couples in attendance. After weeks of preparation and planning, the juniors unveiled their version of the annual dance on May 8, with decorations depicting many of the areas and characters of the Disney world. Judy Stewart and Cindy Black headed the committees which put together the successful event. Parents of class members also took an active role in decorating and organizing the Prom. N on 1971 Turnabout has winter theme This year, G.A.A. decided on "Winter Won- derland" for the theme of their annual Turnaloout. "The Smokestack R and R" was the hand chosen to play for the dance which Was held in the gym. Decorations ranged from single snow- flakes, bells and Wreaths to murals of Christmas scenes. The main setting consisted of a white Christmas tree with a blue backdrop containing snowflakes. A At intermission, Billy Crayton and Cheryle Perry were crowned the annual Turnabout King and Queen. Fall creates man activities As it is year after year, summer ends and fall begins. Everyone was annoyed and frus- trated With the opening of school, as they al- ways are, but the upperclassmen continued the yearly ritual of "checking out" the new E.U.H.S. tiger kittens. No one can forget the annual football games and dances throughout the fall. The high spot of fall activities was Home- coming and the coronation of Dreama Walker as queen of the week's activities. Among other popular activities were loung- ing in the patio, planning and taking part in pep rallies, getting class pictures, and even attending classes. All in all, it was the beginning of a spec- tacular year. , -i - ilkiigfsix HIE lits J RilkllKIllflmllilllWill!NNI!!!lllllllllllllllilillh E . slave 4.-....,a.f..a. Jani 'wb' I gig.vn7j'iv49Q,'gcn3's,.urYv-l M 4- fl. -4.i":- pii fi ,S-my Mui- Basketball ends with lethal power The Elsinore High School basketball team ended its 1971-72 season with a surprisingly bad end. The Tigers went to the finals at Twenty-Nine Palms, onlv to become the victims of the tournament host. Coach Ken Easter lead the Tigers through thick and thin, only to have them lose to Perris in one of their league games. All was not lost, however. The Tigers would play Banning to determine the final decision of who would be the champs. With tremendous effort, the Tigers played only to become the losers to the Banning Broncos. This game brought the Broncos to first place and put the Tigers in a dismal third place. With the loss of this game the Tigers still had a slim chance to make it to the C. l.F. playoffs. The deciding game was with the Perris Panthers and San Jacinto Tigers. However, the Panthers brought through another win to better Elsinore. This was the end of basketball at Elsinore High School for the 1971-72 season. As they did in football, the Tigers practiced on in another sport, baseball, to bring notability and pride to Elsinore Union High School. iE s QT S 'qu' Wa ffl 1 8 , Wm wi: " at E tx s its, s. if tif sf , , B . 1 N...-...Q ,,'-...... ......f- ,a ...mm-'f' ...ff ...nf 3 ng 49' ,,,,m3, Y I xnxx? K AV 5 LN, Q N 5 f 12' 'KSWUHE T Y rig-Mgi is ug.-. 7 .sy ' -.f I IH ' .,, :N V i V. "" 'dr ,J ' ,G W. I 9 .M W. , , f XXX ' 355 . '1 L re 81 ww., M- .. W, .aigw W3 as ,ffm 5,95 7 W. , M y NA , A gn ! 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W , l Tigers pave the way to victory H BL iezy j.V.'s overpower De Anza League Gver the past three seasons, the Elsinore junior varsity basketball teams have won three consecutive De Anza League titles. The l97l-72 junior varsity squad compiled an overall l7-3 record and were 9-l in league, Which Won them their junior varsity championship. The Tigers Won their first eight league games and it looked as if they would go all the way unde- feated. Then on their ninth league game they played Banning at Banning and suffered a three point loss, but they bounced back and beat Rim 46-25 to capture the league championship. Contributing to the Wins were Andre Royal, who averaged l5 points a game, and Larry Greer and john Taffarella Who averaged 13 and ll points. 'ij-Bs: mail is hh .... .1 , :Pa .nn rs vt QI it H 7 .N ,, .. -' ,,,--m.,,..Q:, .f f -V, 1, ff.. 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Marjerison, Coach Bob Hugh. r"' M, f .w ,,.. -, ..,.,f XM S ..- T:-' li one qs!- if cf' V W? V -1' fi gil ' 41 Cs! if 5 N z ' 3 ? ilpylu-nur FRG'-'ff' Q if 'hr FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD Front Row: manager V. Mothershed, D. Arevalo, B. Zurcher, L. fn .1-as White, D. Guly, R. Forrest, B. Russell, manager M. Hudson. Back Row: Coach Bob Cooper, A. Patterson, S. Sparkman, B. W1111ams, I. Garrett, M. Rechberg. 88 ills .3 . , f am I I J' , QVLV. 4151 Q . VE' Tswm - I3 "ff ,w , ,, ci :J '5 ts'.., W' ...ai- Vs, un , 75"mA3V'??2Ff"TAPff7 fj'3i,3N 197-gikiltibgf'w9TP?AV?'?j?:'Q'2,554".w9,Q','-a5?5,,'5,'fi5,,ifP"?f'AW72ff'zMiii,U'?,gfyjgiffgigjfliv fs Y N. I j J if V ' ff L' q i" 'ia 1 y T 2 ' ---2"'-E-' -'2 :i:Lf2:Ew-1- ' -- . ::i1'a,E' im ' -: L- 'Ti , I M --.2"-3" . -, 4 :ff L 2 1 M Q ,- -12' - f P- fl' -" 'Ll f 1 Wav-iifa -kif f' A - 'L L Kiiiitif T . .A .1 G? f J Y ' - 1-:fi-Q2-'.':fa.,s5,.x:'-11 -:gf .- - sn. "V, A H- .H Y 4 - W W1 3' 4 V- 1 . A T L as up . I eff 4 as ' af J . ,va 9 - , ,sm f . ' N, Z," - ' 'r w V'i'f1Z1i,'5,? 1 I 'f . , A ' .' 455,55 fr ! f' V'g3ir4zfkJ5fm' I?L?h,',pj,jr+ng e f ' I K g ' fit? 7 1 -' f !:!' ii's,:fv Si-3... 'iw-bf' V '.:T'i :.-.' J ' V ' -- Wig? - .Q if-.im i ni, .. -- L- Muff, 551 L ,,,,5s?? i V , A .. as 15652. 2,5 as lf Y Frosh captu re second in D L The freshman basketball squad came on strong, under the supervision of Coach Bob Cooper, to tke second place in the De Anza League. Joe Garrett and Aaron Patterson, top scorers, led the team to the notable finish, suffering only six losses the entire season. The team worked hard for second place, spending much time and effort on practice and improvement. Much free time was spent in the gym shooting and in unofficial intersquad scrimmages. The Frosh cagers have shown much sportsmanship and the ability to function as a team during the past success- ful season. i WY' ,,, ' ' Springtime bloom a burst of activities Spring is a time -of sunshine and laughter and a burst of act- ivities. Spring promises warmer days which means good times in the out of doors. It's the season for baseball games as well as tennis and track. An old but new means of transportation has made it big on campus, bicycle riding. The sunny days also mean hit- ting the trail on motorcycles, which reminds us of the Grand Prix. Long awaited activities such as the junior-Senior Prom, Awards Night, the distribution of yearbooks and Graduation, take place in the spring. Then there's all of the other activities such as sky diving, water skiing, swimming in the pools, parties, protests, concerts, semester tests, cheerleading tryouts, college prepara- tions, spring fashions, days at the beach and Easter Vacation, which make up the bright days of Spring. iris? I is 'ws 9 , ,asa U21 iz iiii te S I Tiger sluggers start game action The sound of the bat is heard and the Elsinore Tigers once again begin to practice for their 1971-72 baseball sea- son. The Tiger throwers will focus around the talents of Kurt Jenkins, who has played varsity baseball for three years. Other Veteran players are Frit Swain, Bob Isaacs, Mark Trtan, Willie Hudson, Mike Perez, and Harold Taylor. A few players coming back next year are Robert Murphy, jeff Snadow, Joe Garrett, and john Tafarella. With hard practices under the supervision of Coach Bob Cooper and a strong will to win, the Tigers are sure this will be a season to remember. fiisihv ,fn , L3-4 Mi M L, I ,, , ,ggi in-dp X . W. M, f . ' 4 "+.,w,- 1 , , ,mrh I T inf, if rl 'i,MgmikW 2 Y ' , ', A 1 5 ft. 3 .: 3,27 'A fl f f SFI wx Nw fr , , A aw , Wwiff- K: , , ' I V - fi ,, W A A ' f , .4 I ,ig f . ,rf , ,-Ar'-g,,sk"', . VM :ww 5 W , QQ fi iq? 'Y 7 -- ., c .A H, , , J 4. 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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Top Row: Coach Bob Cooper, T. Murillo, 1. Gezewski, K. jenkins, M. Trtan, J. Diaz, J. Taferella. Second Row: 1. Snadow, J. Garrett, M. Amavisca, I-I. Taylor, C. Connor, B. Isaacs, T. Jenkins. Bottom Row: M. Perez, W. Hudson, M. Jennings, F. Swain, R. Murphy, K. Norris. ,, C .f-mf. . 1 'Q' j.V. Sluggers work to win As the 1972 baseball season starts We look over the junior Varsity team and see five returning players and many fine looking prospects from last year's frosh team. Work- ing together and keeping their pride, this year's junior Varsity team should come out on top and make it a year Well Worth the effort. Coach Howie Torn, in his first year as junior varsity baseball coach, helped spark the team effort. LV. BASEBALL TEAM: Front Row: R. Kitchell, B. Stewart, P. Rodriguez, E. Casillas, B. Zisch, M. Gutierrez, R. Ashton, E. Woods. Back Row: Coach Howie Torn, J. Foy, J. Diaz, G. Martinez, T. Smith, 1. Lehmann, C. Kempf, D. Perez, R. 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Q ef v - if I 1 11 Q fx, is M if , nh, . " if , ,Ng . "u ,fm ,gy M ,, . 1. . 'Q' . fwfr . . 97 FRESITIMAN BASEBALL TEAM: Top Row: C. Magee, J. Walker, A. Patterson, M. Lee, P. Maddison, J. Brown, ' IB? lgiglanis, V. Mothershed. Bottom Row: J. Gonsalves, R. Forrest, M. Hudson, M. Rechberg, D. Behrens, 1 . oo e. y Frosh Tigers gain honor and pride The Elsinore High freshman baseball team took the field for the 1972 season un- der the coaching of john Gavin. Being one of only two freshman teams in the De Anza League, the Tigers were not able to compete for a title, but they did learn sportsman- ship, honor and pride, which makes a cham- pionship team. The Tigers played a total of seventeen games against freshmen, J. V. and Varsity teams and held a l-4 record as the season opened. But Winning for the Tigers Wasn't as important as the experi- ence and improvement that they would gain. As the season progressed, the players im- proved and now they are ready to compete for a title as sophomores. an l 98 y f ,, ,, Coach john Ga.v1n 99 Track team leaves others in the dust As the season started, the EUHS track team tried for good standings in the De Anza League under a most competent coach, Pete Gruber. Although this was his first season as a track coach, he has accomplished many satisfying goals by putting together talents for a promising team. Even though the team got a late start in spring practice, they did Well in the season and may produce future track stars. The track squad members were jeff Tapprich, Billy Crayton, Rudy Rodriguez, Andre Royal, Conan Maclachlan, Manuel Martinez, james Counts, Jeff Chandler, Lonnie Brewer, Mike O'Toole, Tony Cheeks, Albert Martinez, Paul Miller, Marshal Ortiz, Tom Pfeifle and jimmy Morrel. K E 101 'W' f..- . ,-,. GIRLS TENNIS TEAM Kneeling: S. Wolshin, D. Behrens, C. Benson. Middle Row: C. Cain, S. Alonzo, C. Conner, C Hamilton, J. Werner. Back Row: N. Crandall, A. Shannon, S. Deigan. Not Pictured: P. Durrett. w 4 102 Girls tennis takes D.A.L. Not content to settle for a first place tie with Rim of the World, our ladies of the courts beat Rim and Walked away with the league championship. Under the leadership of Coach Ray Corral, the girls put together a very success- ful season consisting of an overall win-loss record of 12-3. The team compiled a 9-2 record in league and suffered losses in the hands of Beaumont and Rim. It was after they lost their match with Rim that the girls decided to settle down and concentrate on winning the title. They did some nice concentrating. The team won the next six straight, including the play-off game with Rim. Coach Corral, when asked if he wished to single out any one outstanding player, stated that every match was an all-out team effort. 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K ,nv ' ' r "" , N, ,, 5 6 iii- www 9 4-135-af riff Th Groups Speech is a key that unlocks doors The Speech Squad devotes mornings, afternoons, evenings and Saturdays to "unlocking doors. " We spend our time writing, cutting, and making rough drafts of speeches that we feel are relevent to today's world. Learning our lines and perfecting our delivery are jobs that can be challenging. But the rewards can make up for the work. Having someone tell us tht he liked and understood what we said can often be as gratifying as getting a good rating as a contestant. Everyday subjects like love war friendship and education and extraordinary topics like fairy tales, body language and psychic teachings behind the Iron Curtain can lead to award- winning speeches if enough persuasion or a good interpretation is OFFICERS D, Walker, secretary, Mrs, Stiles, used. Miss Corey, Advisorsg M. Myers, president. MEMBERS D. Walker, E. Connors, M.'I-Iutchins, M. Myers, Miss Corey, V Mrs. Stiles, Advisors, R. Ortiz, J. Schulman, S. Shattuck, P. Durrett, C. link Upton. 108 C.S,F. MEMBERS Front: M. Sparlcrnan, C. Brantly, C. Perry, J. Schulman, J. Ommert, S. Childers. Back: F. Rechburg, Dominguez, 1. Crandall, C. Childers, J. Larson, V. Hassel, M. Myers, P. Durrett, C. McCartin. C.S.F. relys on brain power To join the California Scholarship Federa- tion, we have maintained at least a 3. 5 grade average and have accumulated at least seven academic points, as set up by the organization We have Worked together, with the assist- ance of our advisor Mr. Harold Martin, in such money making projects as bake sales, and selling school pennants at football games. Funds collected during the year were awarded to an honor student in the form or a scholarship For all our hard Work this year, We were awarded an honor day in the spring. 151:-at A.F.S. continues to support student The American Field Service of Elsinore High School sponsored a foreign exchange student for the second consecutive time, this 1971-72 school year. Alison Shannon came to Elsinore from North lsland, New Zealand, in August, to start her year's activities. With president, Sheryl Bundy organizing, Work- ing, and planning events, members helped make Alison's stay more enjoyable. The A. F. S. held a candy sale, Christmas Party, Rummage Sale, and a dance in january in honor of Alison's birthday. Alison's extra-curricular activities included playing first doubles on the Girls Tennis team, belonging to the French Club, Speech Squad, California Scholastic Federation, A. F. S. , and participating a great deal in church events. Some of Alison's time Was spent speaking before church and social groups. The 1971-72 A. F. S. officers were Sheryl Bundy, president, Sue Childers, vice-president, Caroline Childers, secretaryg Hilda Dominguez, treasurerg Kurt jenkins, sergeant at arms, Shery Deigan, director of social activities. agpjdw -E25 ,wir FF' aw, . ,l Mr. Felipe Ortiz, Advisor. Sheryl Bundy, A.F.S. President. A.F. S. MEMBERS Front Row: Vickie I-lassell, Karen Deigan, Sue Childers, jane Ommert, Jeri Crandall. Back Row: Margaret Sparkman, Norma Crandall, jerry Larson, Caroline Childers, Mark Durrett, john Tafarella, Hilda Dominguez, Mark Myers, Creighton McCartin. s'QNk Alison experiences U.S. way of life Our A. F. S. motto is "Walk together, talk together all ye people of the Worldg then and only then shall there be peace." This year l'Ve had the Wonderful experience of Walking and talking together With American people. By living as a member of your community l've had the opportunity of learning about and understanding the American Way of life. Being an A. F. S. Student is challenging. Every day I'm faced With something new, but to face that challenge With all the people here makes it more than Worth While. 071 French Club has successful year Involvement and enthusiasm made this a fun and profitable year for all the French Club members. Our activities started off with the Chain Dinner. At Christmas time We iced and , sold Yule Logs. We had our second French student teacher, Nicole, who joined us in , classes and our activities. The end of the year brought the annual French Club Banquet which was held at the Blue Bayou at Disneyland. .EX MEMBERS: Front Row: D. Walker, N. Dickson, M. Crwford, S. Rechburg, S. Shattuck, L. Cullatt, C. johnson. Middle Row: X. Strong, K. Powell, S.Childers, I. Ommert, E. Hernandez, S. Bundy, J. Roberts, M. Sparkman, Mrs. Hodges, advisor. Back Row: T. Jenkins, K. Cosselin, T. I-lodges, F. Rechburg, G. Alonzo, J. Taffarella, M. Myers, K. jenkins, P.Durret1:. FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Front Row: M. Sparkman, I. Roberts, D. Walker, Mrs. Hodges, advisor, Back Row: T. Hodges, I. Taffarella, M. Durrett, K. Gosselin. Prophet brings reality closer This has been a busy year for all of us on The Prophet Staff. We think we covered many areas, as we did articles on the Unification election, modular scheduling, student- faculty relations, and a poll on the Sherriff's Log for the Elsinore Sun. It took a lot of work to put out the paper, but with the guidance of our advisor, Jim Davis, we made all I of our deadlines. Some of us also attended write-off tourna- ' 'f ' " ' 'X ments at R. C. C. and San Bernardino Valley College. i 4 N ,, - . y y l STAFF MEMBERS Front Row: F. Swain, K. Gosselin, M. Root, C. Kaser, Carolyn Kaser, Editor-in-Chief I. Schulman, C. Perry, E. Hernandez. Back Row: jim Davis, advisor, S. Martin, B. Jeffreys. sa.. I , f fff' f- 'ma , PAGE EDITORS: F. Swain, editorials, M. Root, sports, C. Kaser, news, J. Schulman, features. Elsinore Union High School, Elsinore. California ,W L ...ar QE W, 1 it w, 'A FANTI MEMBERS Front: C. Chandler, G. Jenkins, N. Perry, B. Cheek, D. Baker. Middle: C. Perry, J. Crandall, C. Kennedy, C. Gibson, C. Perry, R. Gise, V. Wooten. Back: B. Crayton, E. Woods, M.Armstrong, A. Armstrong, H. Lewis, S. Taylor, R. Forrest, S. Hudson,R. Strong, T. Kirkpatrick. ,4 Fanti Club speaks the natural truth We attempted to fulfill our motto, "With- out brain power, black power is only skin deep, " as we strived to bring into being a unity among the brothers and sisters. Our major aim was that of wanting blacks to be recognized as being individuals who are "Black and beautiful, " in our own ways. OFFICERS A. Armstrong, treasurer, N. Perry, social activities, G. jenkins, Vice president, C. Perry, histor- N4 ian, S. Hudson, secretryg T. Kirkpatrick, president. Not pictured: S. Patakas, advisor. Y UNITED MEXICAN-AMERICAN STUDENT MEMBERS Front: S. Aleman, B. Vasquez, J. Casillas, F. Sepulveda, A. Perez, C. Ruiz, G. Sepulveda. Middle L. Valle, C. Ruiz, G. Mendez, V. Leach, B. Gutierrez, A. Guerra, S. Alonzo, C. Ponce, A. Macedo, G. Martinez. Back: I. Perez, C. Murillo, P. Rodriguez, D. Mendez, L. Rodriquez, G. Alonzo, E. Casillas, M. Vega, D. Love, M. Martinez, A. Martinez, T. Murillo. U.M.A.S. is united with understanding U. M.A. S. has been in existence for three years and has proved what the chicanos can do for themselves and their community. We have been united together, merely by understanding ourselves. If We can all under- stand What We want now, We can all Work to- gether and better ourselves. OFFICERS Front: G. Mendez, social activities: J. Casillas, vice president, E. Casillas, President, A. Martinez, sergeant-at-armsg B. Gutierrez, secretary. Back: J. Perez, sergeant-at-arms, D. Mendez, public relations, G. Alonzo, treasurer, T. Murillo, public relations, M. Martinez, public relations. Not Pictured: E. Pencin, advisor. Actors depict life through the stage Drama is unlike any organization on cam- pus. There are no dues to be paid. What We give is ourselves, to entertain others. We don't consider ourselves a group of people who have only one thing in common. We are a family and drama is only one of our mutual interests. People is another one, and making them happy is a third. Through hours and days of rehearsals, We develop a program that Will be unlike any you have seen because WE are producing it, WE are acting in it, and WE feel this makes us special. We staged five programs this year, in- cluding "Raisin in the Sun" and "Night of january l6th" Which Were being planned for the later part of the year. I' mln 9 5, Y 9 1 G' Mw.,,.m.,,W,, ,,,, , ,W CA9H?34 ,15?f sf '- K ' K ' H - -7 i? - - if ? CoIu:QigIiii3e,g . Q L Q Scapiiiqg?--'. i. . . Q Q 5 '. . 5, VAL: 5 .4 1 uw.- " ,'-'g' 1. 5 V' ' . 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Mendez B. Payne. Middle: M. Crawford, R. Brassfield, C. Cain, X. Strong, N, Crandall A. Ortiz, B. Tanner. Back: C. Cain, J. Link, R. Smith, J. Deruyter, R. Lowell, T. Hodges, G. Fink, K. Ol J. Wall-cer, M. Smith, J. Crandall C. Cain, E.Ashley. 1 S611 BAND OFFICERS I. Deruyter, assistant drum Major, N. Crandall, treasurerg C. Carver, Drum Major, C. Cain, secretary, M. Durrett, president. EUHS STAGE BAND Front: N. Crandall, T. Hawk, B. Payne. Middle: T. Hodges, I. Walker, I. Deruyter, M. Smith, J. Crandall, K. Olsen, R. Lowell, X. Strong. Back: J. Link, M. Durrett, C. Cain , R. Kitchell, E. Ashley, C. Cain, D. Carver. Band supplies the good vibes The Elsinore High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Tubal Cain, flourished into one of the most productive organiza tions on campus. The Band was provided with dearly needed uniforms and promptly lived up to expectations by marching at all home football games, the Homecoming parade, at Hawthorne, and at Fallbrook. The Stage Band gave a concert for the benefit of Alison Shannon, competed at Chaffey College and provided entertainment at pep rallies. The Wind Ensemble played a Pop Concert, competed against bands from Riverside County and performed tor the jewish Culture Club to name a few events. Calvin Cain was selected to participate in the California All-Star Band for the third year in a row. All in all, the band has grown in many ways and the end is nowhere in sight. H9 Drill Team di plays unity and precision. Our Drill Team has Worked hard this year to promote pride throughout Elsinore High School. We Work as a unit in order to perform fine shows during football and basketball seasons, including marching at the University of Southern T California's football game. We participated in many parades and attended the Drill Team Workshop at Cal Poly, Pomona, in which We Worked with other schools in order to perfect ourselves. Under the guidance and patience of Mrs. Cain, the drill team has succeeded in repre- Drill Team advisor Mrs. Archie Cain senting spirit and pride at Elsinore High School. I -.4 ii Pi tfw f f ' T? ,fiffll frrs . .A ' i f ' i v f -P . I, , "', ' xi., . 'i" KL" .g, ' "i. rf' -' ,rrr rtt' .--f W 1 Q ' ,. ' . .,,,. 4 . avgg..,5..,.. .g . u p I. 4. , fam, .Y ,.,,W Mr, ir- , :ky , ,r- ,, , 73' , -is-..,,, ,,.,1- ,. ,.,,,,4rfga,,,,, r -P A Q . " .aff avi Q .-fs Q . f, X -f .ru . f Q . , 2 ,. . -- if 3,,.s.,,Qgkg'ff,t31fs. f- 'K vii, K L, 3 r, , -.gif I D-N ,, ji, L, . , M Q. K ,,,v,t,d,-Q-1 f, 4 ,A In ... ' If I 0 .fi -fri 52, i viii .5 . f. 1 ,, 'im fflr t-', ff if ., . . . f l"'q'.t ' f " " : '-1 l"'N 'ff ' A IGAEC' -"'- 4? , - , . " 'xl' 'ax'-K ' ' cf" '. :" 5:-?llV'f,. 'P 'ir-V-LY5. 'X f 'P-kv' 'fx . ' ' ' -4 '- rf , , : J 1' mfefrig-,f -v Af ffjltbd i ' - "Q is o '5 . xr .- .i...w.. at r r 1 Y as --V ... , . ' . , 1 ef - ' -- 3 29 ' - X 5 5 Qi ' ' ' 'M . " 1: F' , E ' --i- . . -MM 'f " rr ., . 5 is . --'-- . M y -- . .-. - .ff-W fr - f .. 'j- - z' , . -ff f .f . : Ha . 2 1 . fri:-.' fir- 1 1 -- it . v?5'4'i2 ' - r 'S f. X3 . 5--Q AM.. M- f ,gwi . -- rikku fri 1 W if 1 r ' G ' - " 1 -. f. nu ' f ii 2233. 5.32.5-' fra .'jrrs-ff- -,::: ' fsgfhf .-H.-'r--'ery rg f-.,:. -' r '.r,.g,.".'r if i' 'I ain .. i'i'g.,i'?f+. P ' "A' -. 1 .- or... Q,,,3'1. ,I " 2 I V f if s.. . . . . NWA? "..rf....'3'gi . -', --' --rr 5 "HL f,ar,f.. , rf. warm-r.r.-. i1aHsrm.::r-...ffs..rr.s.wsSa: " . af - a ss. . . wir-X :V , Saws ifglfwixridr DRILL TEAM MEMBERS Back Row to Front: C. Perry, C. Chandler, N. Perry, D. Councilor, D. Fagan, D. Reed, I. Roseth, D. Brown, E. COHHOI' S. Shattuck, H. Bolton, D. Bolton, R. Martinez, P. Lee, M. Granado, S. Behrens, S. Wolshin, C. Upton, I. Bendix, J. Gabbart, P. Farnsworth, R. Strong, C. Martinez, Y. Magee, L. Valle, L. Bolton, J. Casillas, C. Johnson, B. Madrigal. Drill Team Captain Cheryle Perry, p Marshall Helen Bolton or ,L arg! my ,V .Q .,., , , Q SIN lfl R.. I W ' X , -., - " S' yi., . i , fi" S r ,...., fi r: Qi? I ,. . if , . 5 ' 1 'E . BANNER GUARDS C. Perry, H. Bolton, S. Phipps, C. Ruiz, M. Cobb, N. Perry, C. Perry. Not pictured, C. Chandler. gr I 4 Our Generation closes the gap In l969, under the direction of Ron Springsteen, a group called "Our Generation" Was formed from specially chosen chorus stu- dents. This group proved successful in singing not for themselves, but for the enjoyment of others. They closed the gap between the gen- erations through their songs. This year's "Our Generation" carried on the tradition by providing musical entertain- ment in many Ways. Performing at the Riverside Plaza and Tyler Mall during Christmas gave other people the chance to enjoy their music. They also sang in various concerts, and before the Jewish Culture Center. Director Ron Springsteen SECTION LEADERS Alto, K. Battertong Tenor, M. Durrettg Soprano, K. Bundy. Not pictured Bass, T. Kirkpatrick. OUR GENERATION Front Row: V. Silva, K. Bundy, K. Batterton, J. Crandall, N. Crandall, S. Childers. Back Row: T. Kirkpatrick, B. Skinner, D. Carver, M. Rose, M. Durrett, T. Dilg. Accompanist Xanthia Strong Choir makes the sound of music Our E. U. H. S. Concert Choir began the year of 1972 by bringing the Christmas spirit into the hearts of many. We made a trip to San Bernardino Valley College in October to listen to other choirs sing. As the new year came, We presented a january concert in the band room for the students of E. U. H. S. ln February, We gave a pop concert on the patio, We also visited R. C. C. When the scheduling was changed, problems arose. Choir students found classes conflicting with choir. Solutions were found, although it meant a few sac- rifices for some of us. So once again we Were again on the road to making the sounds of music. l CHOIR OFFICERS: R. Lowell, vice-president, C. Chandler, secretary, M. Durrett, president. Not pictured: T. Kirkpatrick. g CONCERT CHOIR Front: C. Fisher, S. Stricker, C. Henson, J. Roush , S. Smith, K. Pannell, C. Chandler. Second Row: S. Shattuck, Y. Perret, S. Hudson, P. Madison, T. Dilg, J. Ballard, M. Scott, M. Durrett, M. Vergarri, C. Anderson, C. Perry, N. Crandall. Third Row: C. johnson, K. Bundy, K. Fiizgerald, L. Holmgren, N. Perry, V. Wooten, P. Atkinson, M. Rose, C. Cain, B. Skinner, G. Goodlander, B. Cheek, J. Crandall, S. Childers. Back: V. Silva, N. Beecher, L. Smith, 1. Merrifield, K. Rose, R. Lowell, D. Carver, T. Kirkpatrick, R. Rasmussen, L. DiMaggio, K. Batterton, C. Perry, B. Madrigal. 'ff 2 E A 1 ......-.4--...p-.fA---.-L.-.MW-w...,W-mf-.kwa-.V H sf -f -.fe-H4 f e 5 S 1 , 9... ...mi ,. www ,,...,,.fw: 'I X.- ws in C ia mf. S GAA OFFICERS Front: H. Dominguez, vice presi- dentg S. Childers, secretaryg I. Ommert, tiger mascot, N. Crandall, president. Back: J. Werner, tiger mascotg C. Childers, point recorderg J. Crandall, treasurer. GAA MEMBERS Front: A. Ortiz, S. Taylor, K. Rabb, C. Perry, P. Durrett, C. Cain. Second: B. Vasquez, T. Kean, B. Thoelke, C. Brantly, N. Crandall, C. Childers. Third: S. Hudson, V. Wooten, V. Ortiz, M. Mefferd, C. Johnson, R. Parks, B. Smith, S. Childers, C. Chandler. Fourth: C. Perry, S. Wolshin, K. Batterton, K. Bundy, C. johnson, I. Ommert, N. Perry, Miss Emerald, Advisor. .MMN- A-t""" 5, 5 . . Www l 1 l mr.-an V.: E paw: L,ff ,A f 4 .af ..-. V I ff, H-mmm. 'wi 1. 49- ' i a if .., 1' 'H f .. nu. 4 .A.A. makes great American athletes We the girls of G.A.A. have been involved in various activities to earn money for the annual Turnabout and Slumber Party. We sold tiger ribbons for many of the games, tiger sweatshirts and held bakery raffles to provide for these annual events. The Turnabout was held in the gym with the theme "A Winter Wonderland". Our Turnabout King was Billy Crayton and Cheryle Perry was chosen as T urnabout Queen. Great teamwork and ability was displayed by our varsity and J. V. teams in basketball, volleyball and baseball. With our spirited members, devoted offi- cers and our sincere advisor Miss Nadine Emerald, the Girls Athletic Association has proved to be a very outstanding club on campus. 'gm . yt? Future Farmers help America grow The Future Farmers ofAmerica is one of the few large student organizations in the world. The FFA is composed of millions of members and reaches from the state of Maine to Hawaii and the state of Washington to Puerto Rico. The EUI-IS chapter is composed of 41 diligent, hard working members. Some of the many activities of the Elsinore FFA are being a greenhand, project competition, field trips, pig raffle, and the most important, the Hemet Fair in August during which Elsinore hopes to take it all. Plans for the fu- ture are to go to Disneyland and next year to enter the Riverside Livestock Show and the Indio Date Festival. Stu- dents don't have to be farm-oriented to join, as activities d 1 ' ' 1' ' d. are many an eammg ls un mute Eugene Brassfield, Advisor FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA MEMBERS C. Cain, B. jeireys, N. Mothershed, E. Ellis, Hutchens, F. Darr, E. Brassfield, Advisor. .Ag ,, N sssi . T isi, T E fi ' A V-in A as .r E 'H' " r 95' R. Neuman, D. House, W. Bonestroo, R. Brassfield, J. Walker, S. Stauffer, R. Burke, M. Norma Crandall Frit Swain Judy Schulman D Music English Liberal Arts, Plaque Winner Sue Childers Margaret Sparkman Foreign Language Social Studies I' H , 5 ' " It We Dreama Walker Vickie Hassel Math ' Laboratory Science el'I13.tlCS Seniors chosen for bank awards Ten Elsinore High seniors were selected by the faculty this year to receive the presti- gious Bank of America Awards which are pre- sented annually. The awards are given for excellence in each of the departments of the high school and are based on scholarship, citizenship and academic achievement. Final judgment rested with the Faculty Awards Committee which chose the ten winners and two plaque winners. Three departments, Art, Home Economics and Trades and Industrial, had no nominees this year. In the Spring, the two plaque winners com- peted with other students from the Riverside County area in the zone contest where the students are judged on their knowledge of sub- ject matter and speaking and discussion abil- ity. Scholarships and trophies were presented following the contest. N Charles Baker Janet Heinemann David Carver i Agriculture Business Fine Arts, Plaque Wmner f sims ess' 5 d :Czar tam 3 n me stripes forever 'Wi Lion's Club Finalists Cathy Upton, Peggy Durrett and All DeAnza League Football Squad Bob Isaacs and Carol Anderson. Ken Gosselin. A nr xy :LX ,,.. QR J L L , - .: f C 3 'IT " Cinco Editor Judy Schulman All County Football Squad Ken Gosselin Teenagers of America Dreama Walker, Mark Myers and Carol Anderson 128 Miss Lake Elsinore Carolyn Kaser C. S. F. Life Members Frit Swain, Dreama Walker, Judy Schulman V. F.W. Speech Winner Cathy Upton and Vicki I-Iassell All State Band Member Calvin Cain D.A. R. Good Citizen Cheryle Perry Honorable Mention D.A. L. Football Kurt Jenkins, Bill C1-ayton, Tony Murrillo and John Tafarella. R. C. C. journalism Day Winners Sue Childers and Ed Eatinger. 129 Winners came through it all Betty Crocker Award Cheryl Bundy Boys' State Delegates Mark Durrett and Dave Carver Girls' State Delegate Dreama Walker Second Team DeAnza League Honorable Mention DeAnza League Basketball Bill Crayton Basketball Richard Hornkohl ,QE ai Gemco Award Judy Schulman and David Carver 130 4 ili- l U X Most Valuable DeAnza League Basketball Player Mark Trtan First Team DeAnza League Basketball Russell Hunt Valedictorian Judy Schulman California Savings and Loan Outstanding Student Cheryle Perry Salutatorian Dreama Walker Compromise: first step to understanding By trial and error, we are finding ways to achieve our goals. We are realizing that we need to understand and appreciate differences before we can come to an agreement. Compromise was the key word when Presiden' Nixon traveled to China to discuss American POW's in Vietnam, shortly after China was elect- ed as a member of the United Nations. On the home front, Ralph Nader was still crusading, and Women's Lib was still going strong. A startling rise in venereal disease shocked people into learning more about the sub- ject. ln early October, approximately 200 mem- bers of the Gay Liberation marched on Sacra- mento, demanding equal rights. In the theater, the rock opera, "jesus Christ, Superstar", swept Europe and America, bringing protest from some and praise from many. One word can't describe styles or music in 1971-72, because both were chosen by individual taste. Pollution slowed down slightly, and a survey showed that zero population growth will soon be reached among the younger women. Eighteen year-olds will now be able to take a more active part in their government by voting in the 1972 National Elections. Through compromise and understanding, we will make our world a better place, for all generations. l i , il Hiya 'W' new -i 1 . rj, A gg.: 415: L 2 'j s- ' 4' X W "F 4. L S V" ML. , 'kv , s . -ii e 6'-'Q' P , ' X ,:,.i,:Vi .F ,-- -f , ' .. tiff 5 f 5 a i f:-rw A gt . -' Y P . Q , '..1'i,-if Ks. -i ' . Y - "', V' ii 5 -rs. X. ' -. - j K L fl 943 - 'A - A, X Carol fhinks long hair is groovy, digs now sounds, wears bell bofloms, and has syphilis. ,f X , ' X X ji, ii? 2 . M K sf :MW LURTE N:-iwxk",'ii I '.. S 'Jia ' :Jud f Fi-x -fi fa-31-.so ""mi bla 5 get .l ' ' uavuam. W SFI ' rn m ms things gg 'r lg' fr Wll ie el 45? The 3 X Eco nom I ' I ALOHA ENTERPRISES. INC. f f ! li? 3I70I RIVERSIDE DR. h I iii f RR ELSINORE, CALIF. 92330 mx I Nm I7I4I 674-3320 ' W4 .V . N ,rhx R., ,. A' 7-1. .E . ., KX- ff' ... 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Graham 8 - 5:30 is ' ' T2 'vlffiv -Q ' ' . 8 i9rE'i'j', its i, -4 ' fri: 9 I 674-2330 x 5 N I I K fs ' 5 " 'M qu. 3 Q x 'J . is . ,... ,Q ,Q 351 J 'IST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Bank in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties Y - established in 1887 - N. member: F. D. l. C. South Shore Elsinore 15891 Grand 101 S. Main 678-2181 674-2151 DUANE D. CLINE, M.D. AND STAFF Congratulations to the Class of 1972 Mon. Tues. and Thurs. 9:00 to 5:00 Wed. and Fri. 9:00 to 1:00 119 W. Sulphur Street 674-3111 Elsinore I37 CCUNTRY STAIRCASE Rancho California Plaza 7days aweek, 10-5 676-8881 ELSINGRE CLEANERS WES MARSHALL 84 LAUNDRY BUILDING CONTRACTOR 120 N. Main 9:00 to 5:00 "Butte e Bettet Future" E1SiI1O1'e 104 Lucerne Street 674-2654 674--2930 MOH. - Sat Elsinore BECK REALTY 17785 GRAND AVENUE 678-2319 ELSINORE NINE to FIVE 138 MURRIETA NICKB C USTOM M EATS nr inf A QW' 'T 1 fi , 1 19 ' I Custom Retail Cutting and Wrapping ,, M, vw . 3 2' gn , --A., ,W ,N ,,, at Wildomar Congratulations Murrieta 4251 Guava St. 6749311 to the 677-3851 6:30 - 7:00 Class of '72 SAHARA DU NES CASINO Dining B..i.lLiiil,Q 674-3158 and POM 24 hours a day Cocktails Q 559592 A 'W 1' Ps. wr -f. 4 va PAN LU BBN 7 days a Week 139 ROXIE'S FLORIST AND GIFT SHOP We feature Flowers for all occasions! 156 N. Main Free Delivery 674-3050 8-5 Mon - Sat Member: Florafax Service BARNES REALTY Good Luck to the Glass of '72 l 82 1 1 Grand 678-2196 9-5 LE BLANCS ARCO 1759 Grand 678-2449 7to9 RENE'S CAFE Breakfast - Lunch Dinner 105 N. Main 5:30 Daily Elsinore Closed Mon. 140 TEMECULA STORE MAYHALL PRINT SHOP 1, f ' Owners - Bud 81 jennette Schroeder Terry Marshal Class 0 74 28693 Front Street 676-3541 138 N' Main 674'2617 Temecula 8:30 - 8:00 Dany Elsinore 9 ' 5 MOH- 'Fri G.R. GOUGH INSURANCE RAINBGW GARDENS f CIC Congratulations to the Class of '72 120 W. Graham lll W. Graham 11100 to 9:00 6746068 9 ' 4 674-3047 Closed Tuesday 141 THE SU NSHINE MARKET Congratulations to the Fantastic Class of '72 990 Railroad Ave Elsinore 674-2738 7:00 to 8:00 Tues - Saturday 8 to 8 Sunday BURN HAM'S GENERAL STORE VALLEY MARKET l7494 Grand Avenue 678-2592 Murrieta 677 -246 l Elsinore 142 EL RANCHO MURRIETA 143 WESLEY AND H-GRENE ELSINORE BARBER SHOP MARSHALL A Very Prosperous Future Congratulations Class of '72 to the Class of '72 308 W. Graham 674-2810 from FRED DoM1NGUEz Elsinore Thurs. - Tues. 115 N Main 674-2787 Y 1 DE IONC-'S DAIRY Congratulations and Best Wishes Graduates 31910 Corydon Road 674-2910 Mon-Sun 7-9 144 IONES 6 I +- ff YQ CCP 9 fo 24 ho S L gm p Y Lf 28365 Hwy. 74 674-3383 P xg 127 w. Grah E LSI NORE PIONEER 67443241 8to5dai1y jOHN'S FURNITURE-APPLIANCES-FLOOR COVERINGS AND WESTERN AUTO 106 N. Main Elsinore 674-2630 Hwy 71 RAILROAD Railroad C y Elsinore 674-2289 145 6A.M.-10 P.M HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT RANCHO CALIFORNIA PLAZA 676-3881 6:30 A. M. 10:00 P. M Alberhill, "Home California Of the 92330 Building 674-2131 Blocks Spanish of Tiles E. U. H. S Brick Fire RANCHO PHARMACY William "Bill" Brooks gl john Van Zuyen 676-5216 Rancho California Plaza 24 hour emergency service P. O. Box 957 qNex1: to B. of A. J Temecula T46 LAKE ELSINGRE DILL LUMBER CO DEPARTMENT STORE N - - W A, ., .,,M-W.,....,.,...W..,,,..,.M..,,i.,..N.,,W,M..l-.....e....,,,,,.. Q-M.-,W-vm-,,.,,.,.., LON CHENEY "We Deliver" Elsinore N. Spring Street 674-2133 CLAUDIA'S APPAREL 674-2388 9:00 to 6:00 Headquarter f L tterman Jackets For Women and Children Compare Style - Quality - Price Levis, G.A.A. Sweaters, and Class Sweaters 103 N. M Elsinore 147 Rancho California Market Quality Meats A Country Crisp Produce rf' ' V, C Spirits ':- . . ' ,sl V Vital Vittlesl -57 . . I 7 Days a Week ia L Q WESTERN FASHIONS AND SADDLERY - The most complete V I - I 1 Western Store I Mor S .' in Southern California Ig 1 Also the finest ' FW in Men's E 'R Casual Sportswear emmnmaw emnaemee . 'I . X :JI I - - ANTIQUES , T. ,L . LINENS p f I - COPPER - I - BASKETS 1 I '.-. nl - DRIED 'E ,I FLOWERS - - G5l1e ran e ,T ,wiv-A CLOTHES LADIES BOUTIQUE Fon EVERYONE Discover QL ouR LOOK E Ii I - Q 8cgrt5Lo:, .... 1 X Gllqrisfunnh Q5a1IerQ oi: FINE ARTS Closed Mondays C7147 676-3121 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1 972 BANK OF AM ERICA for the business of living RANCHO CALIFORNIA BRANCH 28221 Ynez Road the IIQBIDGSCGBU Restaurant 81 Cocktail Lounge O ENTERTAINMENT 81 DANCING HHNIIHU UHIIFUHNIH INN Beautifully Decorated Rambling Ranch Style Units, Z2 Nestled Among Lakes, Q Lush Landscape TQOTVS I and Heated C i'I' Swimming Pool. , LSILQBEQ -, Callflorma Ranch Properties Broker resident of Rancho California 1714i 676-3001 ' OFFERING HOMES CSALE OR LEASEI ' ' HORSE RANCHES ' GROVES 0 0 ACREAGE ' RECREATION PARCELS ' Turn East from Highway 395 on Rancho California Road A-mm IX QV ,. ggi f Q nn mf f -L A Ei n 9, 'E 'Q' nc: f..,w. mm lb It Q . A Ln- A K T 1' AANA ' M, -,, L. Wm 1 A aft , , 5 mi f lm, ,M ally. m P x , ja 1 W ,. ilfmx' f V, v IA NA ' un 2 .nm . 4, ,, 7 RANKMU m,,5,,,,,,,, Xa r"""ar.Tl1.I , 'wg ' I f . 1 . L.lltif',i:i1ii if ' ' ' I I-19,0 1 - 'CO Q 148 Qs . 5 77, oalmnfml X m . .,.L ..,,,fi'fx1fff '1w7 ' .li cstoum SWARTZ PLUMBING ELSINORE PHARMACY 212 Graham 678-2308 E1 ' 8-5dai1ySat8-12 Congratulations to the Class of '72 191 N. Main 674-3121 9-6 THOMAS MORROW INSURANCE Congratulations Class of '72 118 S. Main 674-2125 ORTEGA OAKS MARKET 15887 Grand 678-3113 ROY'S RADIO 84 T.V. Packard Bell 81 Motorola Sales, Service 81 Installation R. L. Sherrud, Prop. ll4 N. Main 674-3352 THE ALAMO MARKET Wishes to Congratulate the Class of 1972 1 1 11111' .1 11N11 1,1 W1 ' T 1 111 111 1 111 1- 11 31 1 11 ' 11'1 1,3 1 1 11 1 1 1, 1 111 '1 111 111,1 11-1!1- 1,11 1111291 1 '1 1 A111111 1341 1' 1111 1 il! 11111111 1' 15 11 1111,,119'1 11 11 1 11 111 111,1' 1 1 1111, 1 115 111111 N11 11' 11,111f'1:1 1114 1. LAKELAND VILLAGE MARKET 17623 Grand 678-2484 150 Ln:- IERRY HARMATZ REALTY 106 N. Main Elsinore 674-2817 Congratulations ELSI NORE FIRESTONE tothe Class of '72 5 at 5 LIQUOR "Congratulations Seniors" 16855 Rice Rd. 674-3747 8 - 11 Sun - Thursday 8 - 2 Fri. - Saturday M 84 M MARKET 15987 Grand 678-2321 8 - 7 daily 'L lv M21 MURRIETA BLOODSTOCK 18029 Broomall Ave. - Elsinore - fl? KW? WK Wx , X NX fm 'QI . ww!-' JN wllqwl, l Xml 152 Wishing You .,.,TLl.!,1!l'2Ii1 3 Murrieta, California 92362 Healthful Future READY Maxi TEE PEE RANCH Success and Happiness to the Class of '72 29051 Robb Rd. Elsinore Thurs. -Mon. Oct. -May 674-2023 16960 Lakeshore Dr 'l Good Luck on your Continued E Education 153 LAKESIDE CHEVROLET AND OLDS ED AND TONI STEWART 9 H Su 655 T , TTNTE RANCH NUT SHOP PfiiAYL'S COFFEE HOUSE ELSINORE PUBLICW MARKET ,QDRTEGA VILL EEAUARYATABAAZAARTLLTL MURRAY'S TAVERN at DELI CRAWFORD s UIQIOLSTERY AvER1LL's RESTAURANT at MOBILE STORE at MRS R MR. 81 MRS MR. Sz MRS Sr MRS LAKE E LS INORE VALLE Y EI Lago emphasizes the American way -f, 1- -,f.f- -, f f.-,,, A, L .,,k-, ,.f- f ff:,,,,-1 ,.., -Q,--2.5--Q5:,-,L::,--ei,f,:Qz.Q.-,x L..f,,- Lfr.. K: . ee e e e A ee 1e F f'1 fFffQff i eie e Qieisi g e eAss1s2Qi1Iej ,e e g 1ee -- e - e eeeeeeeeeeee eeelee eee eleee ff eeee eeeee Y e eeeee i eeee hiiS31Sta1?f ee.e if-5 . .'l, A.-, i gy "e,e ':'eee, i fffff "e-L,1 IQYQQQ-fweefwref eeee J ' e ' Co1leen9f C0n11Qreee H1153 5 Deiliiiiegllee e eP62gY.Dii1fI6fi2- if ieRi?1??4fdi S B224-Jeffresfsee eeee 1 e eeee ee ge N e:" Q 5 eeeel f .,-. .. :.i, 6 F, 115,35 ig .6 gk we P in I , , , .smut v M www ff'f--,' , , is ,w,.Y...m,...,.,..fm.. Bob Guzy, head photographer ,Q ff"' 157 im 'Ms 'hr-0""A Brad, Cheryle, editorgjim Davis, advisor W ' tint Ja? be an CNT Eli 2 ' " :aww X E x. Diana Behrens, Business manager 'fx fr "We pledge. . ." EL LAGO 1972 "Friends, Romans, and Cotmtrymen, lend me your pare . ll Our All American E1 Lago is completed. Remembering our deadlines, one can never forget the many hours spent on putting this book together. I can recall the demands for picures, Dr. Pepper, a "fantastic" headline, attempting unique layouts, and "let's hear the Carole King album one more time. " Wow, at times we were in awful situations, but we've managed to get through with the help of our friend Ernie, of the Albert and james studio, the teachers who Would let us out of class to complete deadlines, and our yearbook repre- sentative, Brent Harris. Then there's Monica, Rhonda, and Brian who took time out from their games to tye -dye station- ery. I especially want to thank Bob Guzy for the many weekends he spent taking and developing pictures, and J. D. for his guidance, worries, assurance, and friendship throughout the year. And then there's the staff, who had to put up with me. Our All American El Lago is completed, with the hopes that everyone will search for a beautiful America. 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