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

 - Class of 1985

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'A'112.2'-i':- is EUHS SHERIPFS s the 1984 85 school year comes to an end we can all reflect on the events of the year the successes trlumphs and growth we experlenced personally and as a school body As we look towards the 1985 86 year we antncrpate the contmued enthus1asm and prlde ln our school but at the same txme we wlll experrence a sense of loss as we reallze that valley W1th the openmg of Temecula Valley I-hgh School ln September of 1985 students from those areas wlll enter a brand new school wnth the same hopes and dreams that students have had ln past years upon entermg Elsmore Hlgh School May thelr enthusl asm and support enhance the successful begmmng of Temecula Valley lshgh School as the doors open for the fnrst tlme Looklng forward to the future IS what lt s all about and next year at Elsmore I-hgh School Wlll be The b2Sf QVQT Terry E Cole Prmclpal 3 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. get E - y E 1984-85 wasythe last year we would have a student body encompassing all areas of the 3 ' ' l a"' 333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 This year's school board, led by Clark Kane and consisting of Beverly Gibson, Maris Brants, lrene Lasater, Larry Upson, Patricia Phillips, and Daniel Strong lwith Norman Chaffin, Superintendent and his secretary, Rita Hubbard, also picturedi works hard to make preparations for the new high school. Pictured here listening intently are Earl Hop- per, Ted Kramer, Dennis Price, Karen Chaf- fin, Terry Cole, and Temecula Valley High School's principal, Larry Maw, all of whom are district administrators. EEF THE DISTRICT CURRALED M Q43 WWE U N I T E D FUR SU LUNG 39" egg EQEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE seg Esc see 0' ,T IZ 0 fb aaaaawqq HW 33333 2 SEPARATE ARB IN 1 3 B 5 PUR THB LAST RUUNDUP THE L ST EL LAGU AS WE NOW IT! MRS. REKDAHL How could we dedicate the 1984-85 El Lago to any one else? For the past 8 years you have helped produce the E1 Lago and make it what it is today. You have been everyones best friend, a leader of "lovely fat mouths," and your smile never fades. Even when We have a deadline you just turn your smile upside down. When it come to kindness, dependability, friendliness, patience, humor, and understanding, youlre a "10". The yearbook will never be the same without you! 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Betzel 'wg' s. Q. . , E A J 'x 'X Nina "P-Wee" Aguirre- To Mac, thanks for making my past 4 years so memora- ble. I'll always remember going to the Santa Ana Parade for the first time and bringing home first place. Kim, l will always remember the good times we had, Joe, keep in touch and may things return to how they were. Shirley Allen' I'll always remember B.S.U., basketball, Hosea Williams, and Eric James. I Brad Anderson- I remember being a Freshman Sz wanting to be a Sophomore. I remember being a Sophomore 8: wanting to be a Junior. I remember being a Junior 8: wanting to be a Senior. And when I finally became a SENIOR I wondered why I wanted to be one so bad! Yearbook staff Photog. D'Anne Barnes-I remember my best friend Carole and our Freshman year, doing things nobody approved ol, like going out with PJ and Marc. Being "trench fries" with Shannon. My great friends Jen 8: Tricia. And Micheal, thanks for always being there. I love you. Jim Baxter- I'm gonna miss all the people I met and my fellow members of the HPOQD Patrol." Also to the brotherhood, "I's luv's youls guysfl Julie Betzel- Elsinore High School was the best 4 years of my life! I will always remember playing on the Varsity tennis team Kc my 2 years in ASB, especially leadership Camp 8: Homecoming-84. Thanks to all my friends and especially Mom 8x Dad, I couldn't have done it without you. I love Ya! Colleen Boland' Thanks to all my friends and coaches whom 1 had the chance to meet throughout the years. Special thanks to my dearest friend, Elisha Stofer lThanks for everything Smurfi. Nyra J. Biller Nancy M. Bingham Colleen M. Boland Paul Bosquez Darla M. Boudreaux Scott Boylan Jami R. Bradley Kurt A. Bradley Charla I.. Brandt Candy R. Brock James D. Broome Cindy A. Brown Michelle Miller and Daryl Rector voted "Most Spirited Senior" L41 Jennifer Brown Chris A. Brundage Marcie R. Bryning Karen Buchanan Robert G. Burns Paul Cabral Michele M, Calabro Alissa A. Calderon Tamara J. Campbell Donna E. Carbone Linda S. Carbone Carla M. Centers Henry L. Chavez Terri Chitwood Jennifer C, Clark Ismael Colomo Chris J. Conners John R. Corente Cheyminne E. Corral Maria T. Cortes 'Qs avg., ,453 46 x ,ii ,f..':-ff Q- '-f N 'CJ' 47" Jami Bradley- To all my buddies, I love ya all! Tammy, Shanda, Lindy, Donna. Special thanks to Mrs. Longmore and Mr. Crippen, you mean so much to me. "Pinhead" P.S. No more "STRESS" Charla Brandt- The memorable moments l'd like to cherish are being Jr. Pres., planning the Prom and playing Powderpuff football. Thanks Kelly, Heidi, Shannon for being my friends and Scott-I love you always. Terri Chitwood- May Julie Miklas have all the fortune that she has worked so hard for!! Chalice Coward- 3 yrs. volleyball. Thank you's 8: more to Elisha, Deanna, 8a Debbie McCullough, for being my dearest friends!!! And to Lance Taylor: I will always love you so very much. Thank you all for so many meaningful memories! Mario Cruz- Golf, baseball, and Seniors, lots of Seniors is what I remember most. Diane Davis- I remember being Editor of the Prophet for 2 yrs., basketball and baseball stats, yearbook 8: secret pals. Mr. Boyle 8: our frog! lribet. ,ribetl JD, lyou are so speciall, Dr. I-Iillin, my two best friends Nancy Rice 8: Cheyminne Corral. And Alex, Y.A.A.G,!l Hans Deboeck- l'll remember being a foreign exchange student from Belgium, soccer, and the ski club. 'X . 1:1 Sjana J, Coughlin Jody L. Coulson Chalice A. Coward Maili R. Crawford ! ., Mario Cruz Kimberly D. Dailey Brett J. Davidson Diane Y. Davis Hans L. Deboeck Abigail Delgado George Delgado Christina L, Dion Lynda Golberg and David Morat voted "Cutest Senior Couple." 6 L Joy R. Dion Claudia D. Disummo Max J. Donovan Eric L. Dorrance Timothy l.. Dry Robert S. Ervin Arturo Espinosa Linda Espinoza Tammi E, Evans Karyn K. Felgenhauer Steven W, Felix Lea Fiedler Jeannette E. Finke Deanna R. Fogarty Jamie Freestone Eloisa Fruet Jolene R. Fuqua Addy I.. Gallegos Victoria C, Gamboni Elizabeth Garcia "-x...... M..--""""'+-sxs 6. - qahymn. 1 I 'Y -4, N , ,yi , ff Abby Delgado- I would like to,thank all my crazy friends, Rosa, Lupe, Nena, Alicia, there are so many, l love you all. I had the best time my Freshman year. Steve Felix- I remember all of the Football games 8: Wrestling matches. I also remember some of the Basketball games. Elizabeth Garcia- I remember the fun I had as Pres. of Y.G.A.D. in 84, leadership in 85 as Senior Sec. I leave High School with wonder- ful memories, I leave behind my brother, Roy, to carry on. Thanks for all the fun we've shared through H.S. All of my friends, God Bless! Patricia Gingrich- I will always remember the terrific times I had at the Football games, dances and practicing long hours for the dance productions. Without this and my best friends, D'Anne, Jennifer, Tiffany and Carla, it wouldn't have been the same. Melissa Godfrey- I remember Marching 8: Concert band. Dance Productions I82-851, Powderpuff I83-84l, Sophomore V.P., C.S.F. C83-85D and Varsity Spiritleader 183-85l. Lynda Golberg- Ski club, boyfriend, David Morat, and Jennifer Brown is OK, too. Lisa Gordon- I remember Band and my friend Cheri Sposito. Rosie D. Geck Patricia L. Gingrich Annette Y. Glidden Melissa S. Godfrey Lynda N. Golberg Lisa G. Gordon Yvette D, Goulet John T. Guardiano Galo F, Guerrero Richard A. Hager Jeff P. Hale Dametrius Munerlyn and Bettie Byrd voted "Most Athletic Sen- iors" Merideth A. Godfrey 52 'SYS L4 Dale R. Hamilton Amii Hammett Dana Harrell Debbie A. Harris Michelle Harris Gene F. Hart Cory M. Harworth Ted R, Hawkins Michael S. Hayashi Stefanie M. Hayes Timothy L. Henion Michael J. Hermosillo Kerry A. Hernandez Maria Claris C, Hernandez Keith E. Hicks Lori A. Higgins . Kimberly D, Hild Deidre C. Hillyard Steve R. Hinkle Bridgetina S. Hirning i lx J ! J J J J I X xX. Cm 'S 1. dau 4 in S Q"'W"Y N-v. jk, V, I N8 Tiffany S. Holdeman Corinna Hollel Rollin Holton ""T' Catherine L. Hyatt is 1 Sv- 'W A Q., T. v ' .X'. ' i i- t Debbie Harris- I remember all the great friends I made and all the guys I fell in love with. Gene Hart- I remember having 4 great years in Basketball. Roger Blake gl Charlie Johnson are two friends that I have found helpful through the years. Micheal Hayashi- I remember playing on the Varsity tennis team and going to the semi-finals last year. I hope we can go all the way this year. Kerry Hernandez- Many great times to come with Cath, Beff, Teen, 81 the Guys, Greatest Memories with Billy Morris. Love Ya Mom, Dad, 8: family. Lee Holton- I remember being initiated into the Thespian Society and becoming an honorary Thespian. I also remember the school plays, Larry, being on the J.V. baseball team, and hopefully the swim team this year. Kathie Jones- Thank you to the following people for making my 4 years at Elsinore very special, Laura O., Ms. Fahlberg, Dave Jones, and J.D. Lori Jones- I remember coming back to this school so many times. My good friends Lisa Phillips, Tina McCusker, and Kris Zell. And Jeff Sawin for being a great friend. Eric P. Isaacson Eric J. James Kim A. Johnson Jennifer A. Johnston Greg L. Joiner Kathie L. Jones Q, Lori L. Jones QL? Margaret E. Kane 1 I , 'ff ' :wif--':,s' .:.: ez -- ' -- :'::7gf1gm,. ,-v, . Carole Lawrence and Eric James voted "Friendliest Seniors' Urban J. Kantola Yuko Kazauka Lee Anna L. Kelley Kevin Kelly Ken B, Kendall Christine M. Kendrick Rhonda R. Kieswetter Kecia L, Kipling Mike R. Kirkconnel Jill M. Kory Dan R. Kriegh Sheila R. Kuntz Carole Lawrence Lisa M, Leerssen Aaron G. Lehr Richard Leite Lori A. Leonard William B. Leonard Karen D. Lichorobiec Michelle L. Lindgren 5 J, J J' J I A W i , Q35 if i, i X X i lx Qx s.,K . S-.,,. Q up ' -my L .-., :wt 9 SX - S A' -.M,i - ill I L Christine Kendrick- I'll always remember the fun times in dance, A.S.B., yearbook, and with the best friends in the world- Steph, Pam, Cath, Kim, Teen, Mono, Kec, Shannon, Scott, Colton, 8: Butch. Lisa Leersen- I'll remember being Secretary of YGAD in the year of 83-84. Karen Lichorobiec- I'd like to say "Good Luck" to my baby brother. May he go far inlife 8: take things slowly. Your I-I.S. years go by too fast. Michelle Lindgren- Pep club, Wrestling 8: Basketball stats, yearbook, Jim Baxter's Secret Pal, Ainsworth, Boyle, Jones, Blake, and Rek- dahl you've all helped me and you mean a lot to me. Illl miss all the fun I had at E.H.S. To all my friends the best of luck. Jeff Lockaton- I will never forget when I was a freshman and I was the shortest on campus. Now look at the freshmen, they seem to be getting shorter each year. I guess I started a trend. Wrestling. . . Kelly Longmore- I remember Elsinore F.F.A., Many memorable moments with many special friends. Best friends I'll love always are Charla, Heidi, and Shannon! Stan, I love you! Kathy McDonald- The greatest memories of this school for me are of Ms. Tryon She really is a great lady and she has helped me out when the going gets tough. Plus being around Chela, Kathy, Lisa Ama- visca, and all my friends. , hx Hans Lindner Gunnar Lindwall Jeff A. Lockaton David C, Logan Kelly A. Longmore Paul A. Luce Martin L. Mac Donald Pam A. Mackley John A. Malkowski Kathleen M. Manly Donna R. Marlat Arnie Martin Monica Tenhundfeld and Darryl McCullough voted UMost likely to Succeed" 4 . Lawrence D. Martinez Martin Martinez Patricia C. Martinez Steven M. Martinez Cathy l.. Mashek Sean I.. Matlock Louis A. Medina Richard Mellor Leroy R. Mendoza Roberta A. Metcalf Shannonli, Migge Angelo M, Migliaccio Mike Miklas Michelle D. Miller Roger A. Miller Todd A. Mills David Morat Kimberly A. Morrissey Robert C. Morton Jon E. Mosbacher Q quamzf' ll i X J. 'Q Kathy "Crazy Girl" Manly- I would like to thank all of my friends for just being "true" friends. I will always remember the fun and crazy times I had at school and after school. I know that I can't bring these times backg but I will have these memories instilled in my heart and mind. Sean Matlock- Being Senior Treasurer, friends like GU., L.L., J.B., EG., R.Y., B.M., A.G., R.S., L.O., and especially C.M., and teachers Wilson, Smithson and Johnson. Louie Medina- I remember my freshmn and senior year. My freshman year because I was goofy and my senior year I was still goofy. Bobbi Metcalf- I will remember Meri Schlee, my freshman year, basketball with Charlie Johnson, ASB camp, Homecoming of 82, my Senior year, being on Yearbook staff, people like S.M., and L.O., Carol Johnson, Mitch Brown, and Mr. Nolen, 45, Michael Lollis, and I am looking forward to the future. Shannon Migge- Illl always remember the gross leadership camps, being in ASB and Senior Pres. also being in charge of Homecoming 83. Mr. Sopps' helpful advice and my best friend, D'Anne Barnes. The football games Sr dances with all my friends. Being the spirited class of 85. Thanks to mom and dad for all their support. Jim Hamill, I love you so much. Todd Mills- Drama club. I will always remember my good-spirited friends that took me in and made me feel welcome here. David Morat- J.V. Baseball champs 10-0, Varsity Baseball League champs. Footbll games, ski club, my girlfriend, Lynda Golberg, my first car Ithanks dadl And most of all my parents who put up with me. Jeanette M. McArdle Darryl M. McCullough Tina C. McCusker Kathy L. McDonald Sandy J. McDonald Angie M. McDowell Deborah K, McFarland Christine A. McManus Lori A. Mullicane Dametrius A. Munerlyn Keith V. Naron Victoria E. Nash Shannon Migge and James Baxter voted "Most Dependable Sen- iors" wp. .. ., --v. -4 Nb X1 J' J J X J J A my Q5 N. N xX Av 4--. Y Greg Pielaat Raelee A. Pierce Hal Pigeon Christian M. Planansky Teresa D. Price Lisa Putz Graciela Ramirez Teresa Rhine . N- F f Kelly C. Rhodes Travis L, Roberts Michelle M. Romero James P, Rose Dametrius Munerlyn- Having Roger Blake as a basketball coach and a friend. He's been like the father I never had, and all my "Poon Patrol" friends and Robert Turner, my closest friend. To Phyllis Tryon, a person I would die for. I'll miss being at EUHS. Vicky Nash- I'll remember Band, Leo Club, Thespians, Lions 8: Rotary Speech contest winner, Drama 8z Dance Productions. I would like to thank all my friends and teachers, especially Mrs. Tryon, Mrs. Cain, and Mr. Ainsworth. Keith Naron-I'Il remember Mr. Reeseis fun lectures, my KNAP GAT friend Hans from Belgium, football games, beach parties, "Poon Patrol" and the guys: Rob, Scott, Damet, Baxter, Omar, Geno. Sean Oliver- I'll always remember being on the swim team, taking showers in the girls locker room after practice, and my 2 long-time best friends Cheyminne Corral and Sheila Kuntz. Rafael Olvera- I'lI always remember playing on the soccer team. Lisa Putz- My four years at Elsinore have been lots of fun. Thanks to all my special friends IAmy, Ricky, Chris, Kathy, Stephanie, Christi- nal and one special teacher Mr. Bowman IBow-Bowl. Also thanks to Cheerleading. Good Luck. Daryl Rector- I remember my freshman year in Drama, and being mascot in my Senior year. Jody Coulson and Keith Naron voted "Biggest Senior Flirtsf' L.4d Jerry D. Rudy Laura Ryan James R. Sanchez Jeff K. Sawin Joe E. Scarcella Randy B. Schaer j Gail L. Schwartz J Lora K, Scott John P. Selnick Amy E. Shiner Cindy Sims Devra L. Smith Kendra L. Smith Samuel S. Smith Kari Y. Snedkear Tina M. Soderburg 4, yi 955 i L . X xx Q Fred L. Southern xx Melinda L. Sparks Kelly M. Spetz Cheri L. Sposito 18" pu-if ll" .5 9 'Q L. . Kelly Rhodes- l'll remember Varsity Tennis, Baseball Stats, 8: great friends. Jeff Sawin- l remember football, basketball, 8: baseball. Going to Vegas with the Basketball team. Thanks to all the Basketball coaches 8z my good friends, Darryl "Doc" McCullough, Craig "Beaver" Weaver, 8: Chris "President" Taylor, for many great times. Amy Shiner- l'll always remember being a cheerleader, being in track, 8: meeting new people. I will also remember the close friends l had through high school tLisa, Jody, Cristina, Angie, Ricky, Chris, 8: Kevin! Good luck to them in the future. Devra Smith- l'll always cherish my friendship with Lin. l'll love you forever. Thanks to Jeanette and Dave for putting up with Kev and also for having us over. lt was a blast! l'll always remember computers with Jo 84 Jen. Also Kev 8: Dev. l love you, Kevin Kendra Smith- All my love to L.D., C.A., LE., and J.B. my very best friends. lst love Rich A. And sucking the inside of a fruit pie out with a straw! Cheri Sposito- I'll always remember my buddies Kristii lsaacks, and Lisa Gordon. Elisha !'Smurf" Stofer- Thanks for the memories: 4 years of Volleyball and softball, and great coaching. Thanks to all my special friends, Colleen, Deanna, Chalice, Drew, and my taxi service, Mike, I had the best time of my life. l love you all, especially my family. Thanks a bunch! Greg K. Steadman Greg J. Stinson Elisha T. Stofer Gwen Stoute Deanna S. Strigotte Rachelle Swalve Christopher S: Taylor Mike A. Teliska 14 l i N., Monica Tenhundfeld Tamara D. Thomas Anders Thorsen Jacquie J. Tordoff Elisha Stofer and Aaron Lehr voted 'Prettiest Senior Eyes" L4 Christina A, Trammell Darren L. Trapp James Trumbauer Christopher L. Turner ja. J Henry Tuttle George H. Ustariz Robert D. Turner J Jim H, Vandenburgh ' Donna Vandermolen N Kathy L. VanderValk Joanne K. Vander Vegte - Dean Vasquez A Oscar Vasquez Esperanza D, Vega Lorraine F, ,Villa Roger W1' Vincent X l . X Dave L. Vogt xX Donna J. Vorhis Micheal L. Wadsworth Tamara Walker sz xi N' P, Fu ata 'G' ,I L T 'fix Q if N. .ss Q. -it-i -in 'Q-' Mike Wadsworth- l'll never forget Elisha Stofer who made it so easy to make friends without people when I came here my Junior year. Paula Wilson- Class of '85 our time is here at last to enter the future not the past. Thanks M, D, F, G, J, J, for all your love and support! I.L.U. F.M. Donna Vandermolen- Being a cheerleader for 3 years has been the most exciting part of High School and having great friends like Rhonda K., Carla C., Regina A., and Shannon M. Joanne VanderVegte- Four years of homework, friends, laughs, and tears are over now, but the memories will last forever. Roger Young- I have met a lot of new people and remember the good times we had together. My 4 years in FFA have helped me prepare for the future. Hope to see you in the future. Kris Zell- I will remember Cheerleading in '83, Ski Club- All the special times with my best friend, Lisa Phillips lremember "Girls just wanna have fun" the times in S.D.l- all my other special friends - Carole, D'Anne, Je, Tina, Patricia, Carla.-My little sis, Kim Cook, I'll miss youl - also my twin bro Mike- you are very special to me! Much love to you all. Michael Zell- Basketball '82-'83 finiured both yearsl Boring first 2 years too shy. Junior year, school gets Soccer, I join. Great season, except my fractured foot. Ski Club junior year had Ia good time. Summer '84, backpacking in Sierras with Kevin Sz Jens, great time. Broke leg as senior, hopefully rest of year will be better! Joe F. Walsh Wayne A. Wanko Craig A. Weaver Mark J. Weber Troy D. Whitaker Rick S, Williams Mathew E, Willingham Heidi M, Wilson Paula L, Wilson John A. Woodard Gregory R. Wynn Lavette Yates Cathy Mashek and Steve Martinez voted "Most Casual Seniors". -gf L' . Diana L. Young Roger P. Young Kristine M. 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L ali'.3.'t'5.5.-2t:'5E?-'-'1:'If2?3l'Ii in :A Regina Alcorn Tonia Allen Bruce Anderson Vernon Anderson Robby Baca Andrew Barager Ronald Bell Amanda Beison Jason Benda Steven Benell Heather Bickford Keith Borders Jerry Borths Dennis Bower Suellen Boyle Julie Brow David Brown Ron Brown Bettie Byrd Kimberly Candreva Quen Cao Karla Carlton Steve Charleston Bobbi Childers Clayton Collister Teresa Conchola Mark Cowell Debbie Cregar Dru Curtis Amberlee Cvitonavich Cheri Davis Brad Davis Lisa Delaney Leonard Dixon Daniel Duncan Mark Ellis Gumaro Escobar Olegario Escobar Sherry Fishman Michael Flaherty Antonio Flores Alaina Foca Richard Fragosa Anthony Garcia Sean Gasperson Michael Gibbens Todd Grebel Richard Gumm Jade Hampton Larry Harber Gordon Hayden Michael Hearn Brian Herson Inger Hillstrom Dewayne Holt Michelle Jackson Gavin James Gregoria Jimenez James Jones Nancy King Ron Knott Robert Kratch Shannon Kruse Maria Manea Armando Martinez Carl McCabe Gene McKinney Michelle McMurran Rudy Mendoza Kimberly Mitchell Ray Mitchell Michael Mullen Laura Muller Ricky Munson Scott Murdock Julie Newhausen Paul Pease Robert Petroff Jill Phillips Rick Rapaport Daryl Rector James Richardson Patricia Rios Jeffrey Ritchey Jim D. Rose Danny Rowe Tammy Rowe Anthony Ruiz Victor Ruiz Christobal Ruvalcaba Kenneth Salas David Seeger Joanne Serna Jose Silva Lex Smith Jimmy Spear Joy Spelatz Tony Sutton Christopher Swall Sean Terhune Bill Tinsley Chris Tompkins Nicola Trainer Danny Trombley Kevin Tusler Sylvia Van Hoy Andrea Van Sickle Jose Verdin Steven Walker James Ward Georgina Watson Shannon White Todd Yanagisawa Melissa Zyskovvski "Shyest Seniors" ed atlock vot Sean M ki Nash and C Vi iors" ssed Sen TQ D Best ruz voted OC Barnes and Mari Anne D, Rappaport. me Seniors" azlest "Cr ed vot eboek SD an and H Baker Kel ie Personality. MBest ed V01 in L'Split" Jeff Saw d the an S av ane D Di H T5 voted "Most Studious Senio She la Kuntz and Mike Zell , -...wg-n Lil Ku ,ff v... 'WM im wa V HQEFEQX, X X f 343' X "QM r' F X .XE X. W 'HN' 'X ' 'L' X4 1 X' if ,, nw- ., X X X - , X ' VIN' X '- Xe A' 'A ' ' 5iNiE'ze" ' '. 1 -, H, A , -X -1 - u -X. ,X , ' V X N v ' Lx ' V k X1 x , X Q 5X X' , ' X X 1 ' 'f?S'fV1:X fl "X, , . 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Christy Brown organized the Homecoming night and I week long festivities with the aid of her fel- l low Associated Student Body officers. l wwti l l 4-so Junior class princesses Brandy Turrentine and Angie Baldwin with escorts l Tommy Luna and Matt Krouse 1 . ,J The conventional feeling of Homecoming night was shattered with the "surprise" which took place during the queen's corona- 4 R 1 tion. A parachutist dropped from the sky, 1 Q' wearing a tuxedo, and handed a bouquet of ' ff flowers to EUHS' Homecoming queen, Car- 1 I ole Lawrence. I ... l l Sophomore class princess Leonora Gore with escorts Chris Turner and .Marty Little l ' ' , Xdsa.--1 , I 6 l r MS if 1 Y iiiiii 3 i " l 1 i ' it l ihW'L .!'? ' Tiff V ' t ii Crown bearer Micheal Turrentine and Sen' Flower carrier Ana Marie Briseno and ior princess Monica Tenhundfeld before the 1983's Homecoming queen runner-up, Ja- Freshman class princess Bridgette Delph withgescort George Delph ' queenfs Coronation' nice cjughemana' MOVES UN. . ...... i Sophomore class princess Katie Fox with escort David Kirk A Family Affair: Freshman princess Cynthia Lawrence escort Colton Lawrence, and Queen Carole Lawrence Homecoming night had its glorious moments and miserable defeats. For instance, the Varsity football halftime show was a superb period of the evening. The Coronation featured the band members, the tall flags, cheer- leaders and the princesses, with the eventual crowning of our 1984 queen. But after four grueling quarters, the A'Mighty Tiger" Varsity football players suffered a 16-7 defeat by Banning, which left a slight gloom over the night. But, true Tigerls heads hung high, for with or without the football win, 1984's "A Musical Voyage" was a total success. Freshman class princess Cynthia Lawrence with escorts Larry Tiner and Doug Peters -Yo Ya' 4? ' Sophomon C mg if- ff 1 5 3 .r-7 i 1 Hot Y aff ffggry -uk ,g.':? A'-I wx' ! i'X 'B n 151' W 5 Y 'wi ,Q , QI: '5f5"'J':al' 1, a- u N an SPIRIT SIIIIIES THROUGHOUT SPECIAL WEE As soon as Homecoming Week began at Elsinore, October 29-November 2, school spirit shone through. Dress-up days occured, ranging from Halloween dress up to the traditional Red and White day. Presidential and Vice-Presidential mock debates and election took place, with homeroom classes acting as the electoral college. On Homecoming day, carnations were delivered to that i'special" someone, which gave a serene end to an excellent week. Qi K Q if r , . QQ? Before the national presidential elec- tion, EUHS held its own mock election and debates in order for students to elect the candidate whom they feel should be in office. Shannon Migge, senior, did her part to get Ronald Rea- gan elected President in the mock elec- tions. iii . . .1-of Cheering the Varsity Tigers on, Frosh, JV, and Varsity spirit leaders shared the task of raising the morale of the crowd during the Homecoming game. Their efforts were definitely successful. Looming in the background, Varsity football players give it their best shot against Banning. 6 TED Hia: -' X 4 ykkr 5 X, Af ' M Q' ,fsf-T:Ll:5j93f Ti '-if -N x 2415258 . .. ,. 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SPIRIT I Julie Tino, Erreca Batchelor, Denise Yanigasawa, Shanda Horton, Jennifer Brown, and Angie Blakely show off their Halloween personalities. Hot Legs!!!! Kathy Manly says, "l vant to suck your blood!" gamers u Karen Breitwig and Jenny Peterson in their picture from kinder-photo! This year ASB decided to uplift school spirit buy awarding each club and class points for the amount of people who participated during Homecoming Week and other spirit activities. The Seniors won the class competition, and the Thespians topped the clubs. Brigette Walsh, Stacey Neal, and Joe Scarcella are so cute! 1152.3 . 's 42 - , 1 Q F ,, I -. .. 2 N Q is . sbt. -.3 Ei -is A i W .e .... s New S 3' Q.. l Tina Soderburg, Stephanie Phillips, and Cathy Mashek combine to make "Triple Stuff!" E .2 ' if K li N A il 1' lx X itll ,L are-'fi 1-E? gif f' i e 3 sift? Q Vw Debbie Bidwell and Martha Guerrero say, "We really didn't know it was twin day!" Julie Betzel, Sean Matlock, and Donna Marlar enforce their quest for new Mafia members. Typical student during finals, WMKEW "It's mine!,' shouts Darren Allanson Tom Collins, are you afraid of the ball? Tim Dry prepares to shoot 5 E liillie Mark alias "Jumbo" shoots for two hoe down between the ruff and tuff ' - E.U.H.S. wrestlers and the old worn out faculty. The donkeys were immensely smelly and stubborn, however the students and faculty enjoyed every bit of it! lt was a tough and rugged game but the faculty managed to pull out with a victory score of 38-22. W 'll ere we go, once again! Another annual Bettie Byrd watches Lisa Gallagher lose her grip! 5 S DIE EAW INS WEE "Sadie Hawkins? Who, or what, is Sadie Hawkins?" Sadie Hawkins was a lady in the old fashioned country dancin' days, who changed the tiresome custom of L'Guys ask Girls" to the dances. She got tired of "just sittin, 'round waitin, to be asked." So, she asked a young feller, who she took a likin' to, to go to a dance, and by golly if he didn't accept! For the past two years, the clubs have gotten together to make Sadie Hawkins a type of Spirit Week here at EUHS. Each year it gets even better. Senior, Bobbi Metcalf, who is the Inter HYEE HAWH Club Council President, has been working on it for both years. She says, "I am proud to have been a part. The clubs have really begun to work together for a better change, and that has been my main goal throughout the past two years. I must say though, that this year has been the best of the two." Booths were held as follows: Leo's, sno cones, BSU, Bake Sale, Woods, Knock Down the Cans, Cheer, Cake Walk, Thes- pians, Marriage Booth, Prophet, Heart to Heart Computer Match-Up, Yearbook, Drink Bar, ASB, Buttons Booth, Frosh, Balloon Sale, Sophomore, Stuffed Ani- mals, Juniors, LaminationfProm Ticket Drawing, and Seniors, Dunking Booth lRained Outl. Some Booths were held one day, and some were held all week long, but all in all Sadie Hawkins Week was a Heel Kickin' Week. I The Senior Sponsored Sadie HawkinsQ Dance went well too! According to Sean' Matlock, Senior Treasurer, the atten-I dance at the dance was really "not what I expected" and turned out to be one of the more popular dances of the year. Thel dance was X-cellent. 7 ,H Chris Taylor Helps the Freshman officers out with their Helium. Well, if it isn't Sadie Hawkins herself, trying to look like Brandy Turrentine. 1 i 1' , U ...and When asked why he didn't dress up for Sadie Hawkins Dresshup Day, Jim Baxter replied, "lf l dressed up I would ruin my good looks." Robert Ervin and Ricky Williams munchin' on the BSU Baked Goods. Larry Martinez is appalled at the fact that the El Lago Camera Woman doesn't want to marry him in the Thes- pian Marriage Booth. R I D - 0 Q STE ' ' 1 V 'QOADWAYU' "Steppin' Out On Broadway" was performed on April 18, 19, and 20. As far as the rehearsals are concerned they were very professional and showed true class. Choreo- grapher Mr, John Plasto and Director Mrs. Archie Cain worked very hard, along with the large cast. Mr. Ptasto is bringing in many special effects such as: a fog machine, many balloons and a special set of buildings. These will light up with what he calls "Twinkie lights" to give the effect of skyscrapers in New York City. The story is about show people with goals, hopes and dreams who are "Reaching for the Starsf' The entire cast and crew are excited about this very special production and are sure it will be a "I-Iitllli' f- --kk Sinn-i..,w-......, .W ' ...X Q. Q , ,... 4 'bp . t li infix? W ' 4 51, N , is A v 4. ,, 4 A. ,V V : 'V M i. A - V 1 Q 5 f' i of N , -. . 5 n M F V '97, K I f ' , , , f , ,A VVVV f ,x 1 I I iiii 1 i A5 T frfr , , . "f 'N A Xffi if Aff. A ZZA A A .. . .ik E- U ...... iik K i XM, .. . In s as ..cc as iss.. is . Being the first musical in 4 years there is new talent being shown singing, dancing, and acting. The cast is as follows: Kami Bay, Nancy Bingham, Laurie Brown, Donna Carbone, Jim Carl, Cwennen Corral, Greg East- man, Melissa Godfrey, Treachia Grammer, Lea Fiedler, Kim Fox, Eloisa Fruet, Donny Harvey, Inger Hillstrom, Lee Holton, Stacey Juarequi, Susan Kinloch, Donna 42 Marlar, Larry Martinez, Debbie Mc Farland, Candie Meyers, Victoria Nash, Mitzi Orndorf, Terri Parker, Mary Patterson, Rob Peters, Jim Spear, Kim Stuwe, Heather Suva, Kristy Taylor, Annette Glidden, Heather Young, Erin Zahl, Misty Gasperson. Super crew bees: Misty Gasperson, Jennifer Stekinger, Wendy Newman, and Brent Boylan. it ii. 3 iiifsna xx Q fi KV.: vui- ii? .a...,.,. X.. xx 1, kg uns, Lani , w, WW ,1 - - M Academic Week chairman David Skou- sen comments, 'il-Xcademic Week was a new activity here at Elsinore High School. Although it was small, we hope to have another week, next year, that is as suc- cessful as this years. The students who participated were enthusiastic and en- joyed knowing their work was high qual- ity. I felt that this event was slow because it was new. I believe that next year, and in the years to come, the week will become more popular. One of the only problems was that the students probably thought it was a 'Lnerd competition! It wasn't though, not at all. It was just a chance to show how good the participants were in their special area." W za rv mt' I W., , . Aciinniviic ws: st David displaying turned indior the Poster A 'tudents hard FUN' . , was-is'LL.'H:-fxtkt N- ' -Sf' s N Y 'fi I . ..... . ,,-"., 4 EUHS Earns to have many, aspirin 'oetsf' ..gg Nate Ashbrook .f V ,,,, s M Q 6 K . ara 5 if P 1 r,Q -5, 622 0 ffm 5, 5 22 O 2 VQN L... ahi lg . gi S 333333 3: 3,33 5 E Q.- ' - K .A my .1- rifli i , l 1 l '2 . 1 'aaa WMM M'8 5 .4-ywN ,W ,Q ' 1 f Q 2 , f , , , M ln A M v l . b, 4 f l A l f i i l 'i W 0'-96 Wm Md M . M6 M i 1? A l EQ i l t ' 1 l 'k i i ?lf l 1 'GW 'M M f A l l lA2 i1 I Q i f Q 'lgglif i , 5 3 ' e Pf ig 10 1 ' ? '1 L .. , , I V, , , ,,:,,4:z:ff V:a 4 1' 'f" , "' r I. Emi-T.: F, I 53513 E TIGER PRIDE iI'.gP5'IS HERE WITH Q, I as 'k A " :.X iigj"?gw:s.1fi ms: - W ff :,, ,......,,--... f L rags, - , .... k'-.:k A ,E In ,J I Q K A ...L up . ' I I Carol Johnson, A.S.B. Advisor, shows us the if 3 "' I:--55 . I M ,, f-: Matt Prielipp ASB. Vice President Chris Taylor A,S.B, President L to R: Donna Marlar, Matt Prielipp, Angie McCusker, Chris Taylor, Bobbi Metcalf, Sheila Kuntz, Mrs. J., David Skousen. A HW.. .. Sheila Kuntz asks, "Now what do you want?" Sheila Kunfz David Skousen A-S-B Secretary A,S.B. Treasurer Bobbi Metcalf Commissioner of Clubs The student government class fbetter known as the ASBJ here at Elsinore, is an inspirational class. It is effective when the students work together, These are the people who govern E.U.H.S. It is a group of willing students working for common goals and ideas. These people represent us all. They express student feelings, opinions, and inter- ests, These students share laughter, tears, and a GOOD 8a PLENTY amount of hard work. It can be lonely at times, and very challenging, but when it comes down to it, it is all very rewarding. Whether or not other people recognize what you do, it gives you a sense of pride to be a part! It is a chance to be a dedicated leader, yet there are times when you need to FOLLOW, with commit- ment. Sure any student can qualify, but they need to enjoy doing things for the school, and they need to know what PRIDE means. They need to care, and must be willing to take on responsibilities. These students are unique in their own special way, because they are willing to stand up for what they believe in, but they can also accept compromise. Tiger A.S.B. of 1984-85 are people who yearn to make a positive difference in our school. They are doers, fstarters and finishersl all in one. They allow themselves to dream, and envision what they can make of them- selves, the school and their future. They are Elsin- ore Union High School's ASB. Donna Marlar Commissioner of Publicity --1 , 1--L... Q 1 D 9 . , I! i 1 X as X wg si , i K g f rs--2-i fr' ' si in E 3 s 5 P , x l? " X is 2 ,' nf . 4" ' l , 1 ' 1 .J Donna Marlar's way of saying "Elsinore is on TOP" e 5 1' V ,ww r 84 F ffl I ,,,, is KY' Ray Sweeney Angie McCusker Commissioner of Social Activities Commissioner of Assemblies QQ' X ca? 50 I! I fo UUMINEN ALIVE EIGHT?-FIVE 3 Jo fo 0 QE iii S S PRIDEIJNSIDB EIGHT?-SIX ,FZ V fx , 1 75 If my fri' it SHHNNON MIGGE 3 President i ff sung BETZEL f 'f 352' I :'f "" ' 1, 'A' my' X 'M E Ewa s 3 x QR S 6500 HEAVEN O IN O0 EIGHT -SEVEN I S SHS EEELIINNEHEHT EIGHT -EIGHT 62325 Q-.N ' ' of vf rifif--, K i lily r Michelle Miller Co-Head Captain VARSIT SPIRITLEADERS The 1984-85 Elsinore High School Varsity Spirit Squad was one of UNFORGETABLE success. Under the direction of their new advisor, Hollee Romero, the squad performed to their fullest. USA Camp was their first achievement, being rewarded with a SUPERIOR mark on their original routine. Returning from camp with many exciting routines and cheers, they helped to lead fall and winter athletes to many victories. Nine of the eleven spiritleaders returned for their second and even third year of cheering for the Tigers. Much of the success of the squad is due to the determination of both the spiritleaders themselves and Michelle Miller, Col-lead Captain. Their hard work paid off when our EHS Spirit Squad was invited to compete at a cheerleading competition. Congratulations Spiritleaders, you did a fine job. ss . ,Qt ,W ,,. ..t.. .Y Kelli Baker Co-Head Captain Carole Lawrence Q ani . vw' Q.. , G19 t : 1984-85 Varsity Spiritleaders Donna Vandermolen Angie Baldwin Amy Shiner -UNFURGETABLEY All lined up and ready to pose! .. A.. ww K 'rf Daryl Rector V ' M Smiling with spirit Sitting pretty army ascot -an 4. Tiger holds his colors Cheering Freestyle Melissa Godfrey Lisa Putz Merideth Godfrey Adriane Trevino Jill Boudreaux x i if 1 t 'N , f , A. X ' l hw! il, ffxl E - J, An ly' ' Z Ing f gg! -J' X 1.1, 2,2 5: ,thru In X ,,-.,. igl- ,.., ,JZ ,t Q A ij LVL X .,..1,A-'14 , E ,fi 1 y ' j ij lf Qflg A, 1 'fx T if, LC ,M 'Q gg J K of , qf Lf ' i iff f 'n J fa ,gli f ui Q ffl iiifrf ef , y i . l 5 flfllff' if ' W " 519 li f ,Q A E l ' , G Q, V J I7 f ', , , fl KL, If if M .58 AL! X 2 y yy it if f T in it Um F l if V 7 7 lab IL!! X ij L L 421 I LL 'l ,L.tQ 4 1 '46 lg Ji, 1 so U ' ,L do UNK V1 T fi of f C ' fa A ,yt if , lllff 'lv M3 Q ! ,. fl 6 'JN if CVJSVL A iff, ffdexg' C i'ef?H5'5j H r ' A rf , - ' '- 3 g . 'TQJT984-85 Varsyfy Spirit Squad pr v their phtentialfiklitttfli t only! tfVllflfetu,r,i2:2g rgsiafritleaders Junior Va ty may not have been ii expected to go' well as they did. Returning from camp with a spirit I ffstiikl and superior ribbons, we as fans only caught a glimpse of their gigtal 't. The Junior Varsity Squad quickly progressed through the sea- Qflvson to become a top-notch squad. fx-' C? t S 3 ,-f J The 1984-85 Junior Varsity Spiritleaders Junior Varsity takes it to the top Denise Yanagisawa C0-Captain Erreca Bachelor gg? 1.5 ts Andrea Fuller Co-Captain 3 ?"Q'N1 Jia Angie Blakely 5:4 H., Ha ,gl Joey-5" 1 JA , it 11zr:iz,,z:1fs1, I, - 6 'ifftsjqkklyf J --f- wv- i it V5 12 V. f t V Y .,. Traci Lewis Jennifer Skinner as .Q K A 'ax '1.. 6, t ,Z , V , g . xg as y vi - "" -- 'V ' . , fl 1 g W l 1 I . Q I Sb. a if n-ff' ff Yvette Fragoso f' , ri - TN ,XX 64, M R til S ' V V if rr i . I -- A iee 5 ' ' X' ., i --1 ' V 1 . Nm 54 A., may .44 Jamie Parker X , ark .t ' rncnffi ERESHMRN CHEERLEADERS NEVER STOP! FR' it X ' E rg- ss Freshmen cheerleaders from left to right: Janette Rivera, Barbie Baldwin, Mindi Niell, Amy Buhler, Claudia Alarcon, Corri Schroeder, Crystal Kennedy, Tonia Esqueda not pictured: Krista Papac, Jody Powers Claudia Alarcon Barbie Baldwin Amy Buhler Tonia Esqueda ghliuig is Crystal Kennedy Mindi Neill Janette Rivera Corri Schroeder Hg! 6' -4'1" The Elsinore Tiger Pride Marching Band led by Director Terry McPherson has used thelr experi ence to an advantage Throughout the 1984 85 school year they have performed in cities a around Southern California and brought pleasure wherever they went. ,1 if TIGER BAND HITS 4- ' -vs w f"" '- u n ll Mr. McPherson, EUHS Band Directorg ATTENNN-SHUN EUHS Band Member smiles for the camera. Chris Meyer marches to the beat. 'LOne, two, three, four A HIGH NUTE QIESN Tc fLi3X way , . 1, , W ' " A l . , 1 5 Kristie Mailloux, our proud dru N I VW Ray Sweeney is u tterly confused. X n l , --X 0,0 XXX 1 .-1 -," x "'- A Color Guard, with team captain Jeanne McLellan, was one of the most colorful and outstanding of the clubs this year, leading the band through many Southern California cities with the pride that Elsinore deserves. Starting in the 85-86 school year, the Elsinore Color Guard will begin indoor competition and will definitely contribute to the pride of Elsinore High. COLOR GUARD SHOWS Kitty Carr counts of to the beat of the music as Samantha Hurlburt, Jeanne McLellan and Kristina Pancoast ponder their next routine. Leila JBYTIES and Kl'iSfina P3flC0f?-Sf follow- X S Presenting the 1984-85 Tiger Tall Flags! E 3' K I,--: Q FIRUE COLORS ii 0, , W ' . A . . , . , A .. 1 0 . K -' , . - 'Q - .. '. ' M.. ' N, A W -Q Jeanne Mc Lellan-Captain, Susan Adams, Mandy Adey, Jana Baxter, Jennifer Bishop. Kitty Carr, Holly Clark, Michelle Field, Phaedra Hall, Leila James Ursula Mac Farlane, Kathie Matthews. Crystal Olson, Kristina Pancoast, Sandra Sandy, Susan Webb 0- ilk: J tttt QQ Nu.. Am , , Q , i a1-.+..N, ,A Jeanne Mc Lellan Elaine "Ma" Sweeney Sandra Sandy 94,25EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEE - 21 DQSREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.EEEEEQ f'MQiiifQl-1411 155 "V X' 'J iris J , ,, sg -:H 4 if fr 3 M ,g,gg irrtg ,g,, I PP 1 J . '.,' . ,V-' :: in r K f F N g L .k,k L OFFICERS: President, Abby Delgado Vice President, Graciela ADVISOR: Mr. Ralph Arroyo Ramirez Secretary, Irene Ochoa Treasurer, Yolanda Jimenez l 198485 M.E.C.H.A. lMexican, Estudientil, Chicano, de Aztlanl started their year off by going on their first field trip to Disneyland, by participating in activities, Members sold See's Suckers, M8cM's, and Jewlery. In October, the club had a Halloween costume dance. Almost everyone at the dance dressed up and many agreed that they had fun. M.E.C.H.A. also had their annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. April 29 through May 2 there was bingo in the Media Center. On May 2, Mexican dinner was served while the girls danced folklorico lMexican folk dancingl The final day of Cinco de Mayo week M.E.C.H.A. held a dance where they announced the new M.E.C.H.A. Queen. 5.9 2 it-A vit Q H I t. l 1 S gf at 4 V J -4 i s is. B.R., L to R: John Pena, Juan Trejo, Andrew Perez, Martha Vasquez, Marybell Lewis, Abby Delgado. M,R., L to R: Nena Alvarado, Susie Gonzales, Veronica Sifuentes, Yolanda Jimenez, Rosa Ariaga, Eliva Rivera, Martha Ariaga, Chela Ramirez, F.R., L to R: Hermina Rivera, Silvia Silva, Patricia Bernabe, Kathleen Manly, Estela Lopez, Fidencio Vasquez. S333333333333333333333333333333333333333 3 3333 3 3 333333333 33 3 BN 3333 33 3 3 3 33 3 3 3 3 3335733 510950235 2355? Q5 i 4. L A I tl f 3 in 'aft eg ,Q ' 1 l If John Gonzales, Lion over the Leo's. The Leo Club is a service club around the community. Some of the activities they have participated in are: the White Cane day, a car wash, calendar sales, and snow cone sales for the Sadie Hawkins week. The Leo club has many plans for future activities. To start with they are planning to go to a Lions Club convention is Las Vegas and then a walk-a-thon to raise money for the l'Journey for Sight" telethon, They also plan to put the Elsinore High School Victory Bell back up. The Leo Club seems to be a very enthusiastic group at Elsinore High. l WMWWHM BR., L to R: Vickie Nash, Karen Buchanan, Dori Rundlett, TR., L TO R: Jeff Davis, Henry Tuttle, Greg Joiner, Joe Butler F , f 65666 6 6 6 5666666656665666656566656666Ei i i 565556565 65556555656655555555555656 65 55' 65 6 q"656565656656556555655655656656566 ,ff xx' uf 5 0,4 V .u in EEE: EE EEE EE EEEEEEE EE EEEEEEE EE EEEEEEEEEEE EE EEE EEE EE EEE EE EEE EE EEEEEEE EE ...5-.Essesee q.,E"ff-Se '-EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE B.R., L to R: C. Gordon, Advisor A. Wilson, S. Waters,'T. Campbell, M. Brown, R. Williams, R. Ervin, S. Wilson, Advisor M.R., L L to R: K. Love, L. Wheat, L. Allen, F.R., L to R: . Gore, G, Patmo, M. Parks. Mary Patterson serving during M.C. Week. A lot of people on campus this year got a taste of Ethnic food. The "Black Students Union" held a Multi - Cultural Week which was a learning experience for those who particiapted. Each day of the week had a different ethnic food and a display to go with ethnic culture. UOREOH kinds of guys describes Robert Ervin and Rick Williams Just a normal get together for Kim Love, Pat Barrett, Shelisia Waters and Ang S33333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 333333333333 3 33 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 'fb ,vas-4, M ea , i W' I . VA .41 I I Q F.R,, L to R: C. Vinckel lAdvisorl M, Patterson, D. Beasley, K, Brady, BR., L to R: J. Withers, K. Tusler, P. O'Nate, L, Ovenshire, K. Jones. sawn'- The American Field Service is a nation wide organization that helps sponser for' eign exchange students. This year Elsinore has two sponsored students. Eloisa Fruet of Italy, her host parents are Olindo SL Carol D'Ercole, Pablo O'Nate of Spain. his host parents are James SL Randi Craig. A.F.S. holds fund raisers to help the ex- change students raise money for field trips and other expenses. They buy and donate to each one a yearbook. and try to help them feel more at home in Elsinore. Some outings held this year were an inter- national dinner with Perris, a ski trip, and a car wash. A,F.S. is well on it's way to being a successful club. L to R: Linda Carbone, Nancy Bingham, Debbie Beasley, Debra Crowley. re : O80 x is MURE THAN JUST ' e ff? F1 ' if "F'll3QFl'fL10 A " 5 lqdllloo s Elsinore FFA is more than just "cows and plows, ' provid- Z t -Q I x9 lc - D J , .t '. 'O QJYYVA ae 9 Sei i 4 A X fo ' fm.,-'W X l 9 L K. V' "fly ull: 64 .j-, ' if :I gr- ,,,V-,,, tj .. wi I :.- We. ' ' w ' F iv Q , , i e .. tg? if Mgmt, q gg, Q,g,,v, fr f rf 4 Wi , i X fi ' 2 K ' I 'Q ' i F V e ,i i j ,Q at K lui YM f in K Q ' 7 f if 'I - R 1 L L '25 f m., mlnwfic? Q fl X , -i 'HM A I 'f fa ef sf v f Q Ziff' 1, ff is ' 'le X, rf 4 ,. .. I0 ,, 7 1 P 1 L 'K s. it J 1 A 4 r f FFA's 84485 officers ltopl Melanie Martinrsontincl, Roger Young-secretary, Kim Johnsonf president, Rosie Geck-reporter, iseatedl Gail Schwartz-vice president. Jennifer Ford-historian, Debbie Gottlieb-treasurer x. 1-ff . Paige Ashbrook, Lori Crist, Dan Beard, Jennifer Carter, and Jennie Alsnauer- FFA ing something for everyone. Whether it be raising or show- ing livestock, plants and flowers. working at a vet's office or designing and installing landscapes, all of these fall into the field of "Vocational Agriculture," of which FFA is an inte- gral part, Our local FFA is among the top chapters in California, with our members highly respected through their statewide travels, Over 100 Elsinore FFA members have the opportunity to participate in Judging contests, livestock shows, college tours, convention and leadership conferences, Members exhibit livestock and install leader- ship at many fairs including lndio, the Riverside Livestock show. Orange County Fair. and the Hemet Fair Recent wins include the Grand Champion Lamb at lndio Fair, Reserve Grand Champion Lamb at Hemet along with nu' merous breeding animals champions and Showmanship winnings. Landscapes designed and installed by our mem- bers have also won many first place awards. Judging teams compete from October to May when the State Judging Trials are held at Cal Poly SLO, An undefeated Vegetable team, a Floriculture team, Horse team and Farm Power team are representing our FFA well this year. Volleyball champions, softball champions, Homecoming BBQ, FFA week and a "pig-kissing" contest are just a few of the varied activities of FFA members Leadership events are emphasized with Elsinore having our first Public Speaker, Rosie Geek, and both our Parlimentary Procedure teams qualifying for Regional Competition a First for our chapter!! Elsinore FFA truly is more than just "cows and plows"- we're champions!! S , : 'ssl 11 ' I -.5-.Flys New and old me Novice Parlimentary Procedure team qualified for regional competition. A few of the greenhands proudly show off the results of their efforts. FFA Advisors Ms. Anderson and Mrs, Lauritzen. t f X . f A It A lg, if me 1 .ce em i ff if A -A , or-fr x i g 1 A K 5 55555 .i.l. I - , I rg fciis r A t A i , 4-TW 'V 2:-K ' A 1 4 r g t if 'sw K ls 5 S Q . 'ft 3 - .fc V 3 Nw t f K. K Zi L f FFS. I V- f ' A 'E-.. '. -A r A X A 1 K, X fir. . ..-. mbers get reaquainted at the LA fair Judging Day! Shauna Thompson flashes a Hgreenhandm smile. tl X Q. ,ef Kelly Longmore and "cowboy" prepare to part company at the 84 Hemet Fair Livestock Auction, alter 10 months of togetherness. Wi Q6 HTH ' 'Y ,G 4054 I0 2 ggi 4.55 Qc' x -i e, e Z- X, - Qfruneg V ,, l A X 5 R11 4 UMD A X ' X . K -f TIL K .J 'fist 'it H s s X A if A V X 'Q wo! Hsu 1 ' 1 i . 5 ' 1, A . V - 1 65,4 4 f In A J gt- H Q fx . 1 X N' 1 ' i .. g,, is gf ' 33 b ,,- 0 K lvl, g i Ji S 1 xx I s , L ,iw L .1 I . -"'Y 5 zu, .' I, - f . '7 9? i i l A 5-vi L. f ll , Nl i ge it Q.. b 4 2 Our Champion Novice 81 Res pose for a victory picture erve Champion Advanced Volleyball Teams take a minute to New farm facilities have come about through grant money lrom the state 8: much cooperation from other local Ag, Departments t"' Q Q ff. Hemet Fair Sheep Chapter Group- members are ll to rl Kim Johnson, Gloria Obregon, Jennifer Carter, Mary Obregon, Kari Sneckear, Holly Balla, Debbie Gottlieb, and Gail Schwartz. nr f SX The California Scholastic Feder- ation is beginning to spring to life after several years of dormancy. First Semes- ter over 50 students, freshmen through seniors, joined the organization and the membership was almost that number from September to June. Many projects were undertaken by C.S.F. members and those seniors who were in C.S.F. throughout three of their last four semesters were rec- YL? ognized as C.S.F. sealbearers during graduation ceremonies. - Advisor, Jim Davis sf .,k 1' W ,fl ff' " N .xge if Q f! F ...,,k X 5 A 'x rg2x's Top to Bottom - Monica Tenhundfeld, Sec.fTreas., Vinayak Chaturvedi, Vice-pres., Christine Kendrick, President Left to Right - Keith Hicks, Susan Hachee, Rosita Ustariz, Joy Peterson, Marcella Barrios, Nancy Wright, Cheli Gutierrez, Vinayak Chaturvedi, Remus Arce, Missy Farrell, Michelle Nickelle, Heather Lyon, Samantha Hurlburt, Pamela Haigh, Bettie Byrd, Desiree Freeman, Sheila Kuntz, Tanya Madoff, Jim Davis, Mike Sheftner, Kecia Kipling, Monica Tenhundfeld, Mike Jackson, Glenn Koski Q' , . :f ' GQ.-JST' ' ' V ex 4 avi-iii X E - f ' X bf- Q 9: ' vs it f 'f , , '74 r 2-.F ,ef V , --.. ' -.,., -- r U-- -sf.- . ,., . . ' - "1 L , Q EA- -I ii PUREIGN EXCHANGE Pablo Onate -Spain Ts? Eloisa Fruet-Italy Anders Thorsen -Denmark Hans Deboeck-Belgium Florian Von Altenstadt -West Germany 33 4 , . ,' . ' 'Q' P' f '! 5 e -4 , l 'NWA n M 4 ' . ,, ,,L. N . K ,f W gf Corinna Holler-Germany ' a . Hans Linder -Sweden Qi? 5 H! F-I- ? liHH f Urban "Joe" Kantola -Sweden 'Q W f Q9 Q59 if is Being the Editor for my second year in a row was great fun and tough work. With a new advisor and new faces, THE PROPHET went through many changes, but l think we had a very successful year. The 1984-85 issues of THE PROPHET displayed a vari- ety of talent and a lot of hard work. - Diane Davis, Co-Editor l f THE PRUPHET MA ES '84'8E Olga Kokino, staff advisor 1 Karl Kooser, Entertainment Editor XL. ,Lx x. nf' Q, x. hwy k, ,NJXXW 1" fhy X. 'XT T o T 5 VM" i rr' g l 1 V f 1 l ' ' l I .4 5 1 5 5 l M-4 CohEd't . , N I cfm ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' DWP? D-QWQS and Carole Lawrence i ews Editor .....,.. Louis Medlna Feature Editors ...., Terri Chitwood and Linda Carbone Entertainment Editor Karl Kooser Center Spread Editor Colton Lawrenge Sports Editors ...... Jon Mosbacher 84 Chris Murray Reporters .......... Amii Hammett, Nelson Borders, John Guardiano Photographers ...... Colton Lawrence, Chris Murray, Jon Mosbacher 3 , swf! , '- S W x Colton endures another one of Diane's nervous breakdowns 'aff .. N Terri Chitwood, Colton Lawrence, and Linda Carbone going over the latest paper Carole Lawrence, Lisa Putz, and D'Anne Barnes: Behind these innocent smiles lurk evil thoughts I HEADLINE EAR! W f ,W , i ,Li I V M' is W H ,f M fa-ff? gf jp 449 Jon Mosbacher, Paul Planansky, and Chris Murrayz The three stooges J W f .wsu Punkers can be seductive, too. John Guardino, Asst. Entertainment Editor 3 I Louie Medina dreams about a successful paper is ' hi,t I El i f At the beginning of the year, I guess you could say that the whole staff had major adjustments coming our way. We started out new again because of another teacher leav- ing, and to tell you the truth, I missed the casual atmosphere we had the year before. Nevertheless, Ms. Kokino did a superb job in helping us produce a paper of excellent quality. It was fun being Editor on THE PROPHET and I will miss it, but the LA TIMES is waiting!! Thank you to THE PROPHET staff of 1984-85, and good luck next year!! - Carole Lawrence, Co-Editor if QA xl XX f bib 1 jr' Ss ' KU r L 1 i i fv UHead Hanchon Monica Tenhundfeld W ' ' ' F' .Q E '4l...,, N ,,,,MW,.., ,,,...w-- Wi, ,,,,,, H ,,,,,, W Q41 FR, L to R: C. Lawrence, C. Kendrick, M. Lindgren BR, L to R: B. Kirk, S. Lambert, K, Kooser, C. Reeves, M. Tenhunclfeld, S. Rekdahl, D. Davis, T. Davis, B. Anderson, B. Metcalf, M. Kane, and E. Lopez. l 1 e 1 l M ,fs . W Mm, cn cc rr iii -e Q Donna takes a break from designing the cover. Smiling Becky Hammontree Hey staff. we finally made' it! This has been the most creative yearbook class in my experience. Each year you think you have a great staff selected, but this year's group held to the theme with imagination and enthusiasm. Some- how. I always knew the seventh time was the charm, and you proved it! This is our last year as mf high school for the whole valley, so it is a special book to me. Also, it's my last year to work with the super Publications staff! Thank you "monsters" for making the "last roundup" the best roundup. As the respresentative from the publishing company, Jostens, it has been a pleasure to work with Mrsl Rekdahl and her staff on the publication of the 84-85 edition of El Lago: "The Last Round Up." Although faced by adversity this year, Mrs. Rekdahi went above and beyond the call of duty in making sure deadlines were met and that the book arrived on time. The staff responded well to the problems that sur- rounded the El' Lago, often working nights and -weekends to make this book special for the students at Elsinore. Jostens and I are proud of our association with Elsinore and the EI Lago, and hope that everyone enjoys the 84-85 edition for years to come. Brad Shoen Jostens Representative. "STAFF BOX" Sara Rekdahl-Advisor Monica Tenhundfeld-Editor Brad Anderson-Photographer Diane Davis-Staff Tammy Davis-Staff Margaret Kane-Staff Christine Kendrick-Staff Beth Kirk-Staff Karl Kooser-Staff Sheila Lambert-Staff Colton Lawrence-Staff Michelle Lindgren-Staff Estela Lopez-Photographer Donna Marlar-Artist Bobbi Metcalf-Staff Cristina Reeves-Staff Kerry Shay-Staff -f.: W . A - A Q fl . W- -' T - X 2 . 'r .:- -'-- - I . '. fs. ' -. I - - in I 4' li 'M' I . sy i '51 KW l l 2 ll fs' ' ttit y f i.. . s 1 , 5 'l ' El l y ,- .. is , , ' ' y r ,.t. . of Michelle 81 Monica show Tammy ' "El Lago Unity Horsin' around at a U.C.R. workshop RK - Say Cheese" and Estela will take your picture. T to BI K- Shay, D- Davis. B- Kirk, M- Kane, M- "Our Mr. Macho" Lindgren, T. Davis, S. Lambert, M. Tenhundfeld, C, Bradley EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERE!! E The enthusiastic new dance instructor, Mrs. Holly Romero. Christine Kendrick jumps for joy at thoughts of the 1985 dance production. Choreographers Carole Lawrence, Mandy Krouse, Chris Kendrick, Merideth Godfrey, and Julie Miklas take a break in their busy schedule, E55 PUT THEIR HBEST FEET PURWARDYYY' Dancers show off their FLASHY style! Julie Miklas soaring to success. X ' M .idk - Sisters, Merideth and Melissa Godfrey, show 2 fffffffffiffffffffiiffiiffffffifffffif F if that working together can be loads of fun. Could there be more than one Rory Brinnley? No way! xwl 292 F ,f ' 1,1-atiljll'-" '"'-'1o...-.....,--fr-prr""'-'vb-Pcfalrlf " " " """'boQc11I" ' 'A'-"sp 11 1 s,,,,1 S VA,gg.g ' The Thespian Club is an honor- ary club in which membership L.,x sg ,A-- X L' can only be gained by meritori- X yyyyzyy A ous participation in Theatre Arts, N '--- T iiitii iii A ' - A The Thespian motto is: "Act well T your part for there all honor lies." ,ws A "Thespian Officers climb the ladder of Success!!!" From top to bottom, President: Donna Marlar, Vice President: Donny Harvey, Secretary: Annette Glid- den, Publicity: Kimberly Ovenshire, Historian: Don- na Carbone, Hospitality: Nancy Bingham, Not Pic- tured is Clerk: Jim Spear. At right are Thespian Sponsor gl "Drama Mama,'l Archie Cain and Thespian President, Donna Marlar. As Thespian President I would like to fill you in on our MDrama Family." First of all there is our Drama Mama who teaches and gives us all she has to give. With- out her the Drama Family would not survive, she is our Heart. When we put on a performance we give the best we have to give each other, so even if one person is down, hopefully together we can bring them up again. lit Our Drama family has something very special shared by each Drama student and that is, We are all L'Reaching for the Starsllln and striving for success. The love there is lie no other, it is truly magic!'l "Thespians are easier controlled while behind bars," Thespians from left to right, Archie Cain, Joe Walsh, Donna Carbone, Larry Martinez, Lee Holton, Nancy Bingham, Lori Higgins, Heather Suva, Donny Harvey, Annette Glidden, Kimberly Ovenshire, 8r Donna Marlar. Not pictured is Jim Spear. X as pl? JIIID l l s,,C,,gn?I.4..p11JIlf"? ' Yvzarzfyflllf 'bigi-vlllfylv '.r"-rin. ,. 1 1 Q4',1'AvQ,,4-' I 4' - . f .f -" "4-'Ao' 'll I 542.0 Ilya are pi-7 47447 , ffl ' if Q- ., 0 I "' 'ey ,-71111 - ""-'llllf' " 'J 4 99 During Homecoming week Thespi- ans School Spirit Shines! Club, during homecoming week by participating in each and every activ- ity. It took some work, but we pulled ltogether. - is , Mime Troupe Puppets on a string. lst row: Bill Dixon Eloisa Fruet Jim Spear Donna Marlar. 2nd row: Lee Holton Larry Martinez Paul Davidson Kimberley Ovenshire 8a Joe Walsh. - 1 f if Thespians True Colors Show Throueh From left to right, Joe Walsh Donna Carbone, Archie Cain Larry Martinez Lee Holton Nancy Bingham Lori Higgins Heather Suva Donna Marlar Donny Harvey, Annette Glidden, 8a Kimberly Ovenshire, Not Pictured is Jim Spear. If ,Opp X1 ' ' -i W . fb U51 I ' -3 ' 53' gn, '31 ' 7' s si' S i- 5 QQ 3 q , 0 ' a 4 Ea v U7 'El 2. FY' ru Q. L wk 'S' I-'I f :xl ' ' ' Z 4 - X 9 w if fe wil U , . :iv ' s T 6 K,. 1 40: l 'i Q I1'!lllg1qag,.'-'teaiggIMI" -440Q'4,,L4 izalf' 4 5. -y A l"""' MIME l If 'Q it AVA- avg-,,,'drI,,',,l,,,l'll, -1-vziil.-0 4-0' .qyanvarqq-oa,q,J".Y'g U MUSIC SCENE 1984-85 The music scene for the period of 1984 and 1985 was perhaps the most interesting in the history of the music industry. We saw an explosion of new acts and the re-establishment of many veteran performers. It was the year in which the varying forms of music became more defined, while each set its style apart from the other forms of music. Heavy Metal stormed into the limelight with such acts as THE SCORPIONS, TWISTED SISTER, RATT and DEF LEPPARD. Each group achieved fame and wealth with power-packed, high-energy Lps that refused to stay mellow. Influencing fash- ion, this rejuvenated form of Rock utilized spikes, chains and such items as dog collars and matched them with blacks, whites, reds and tons of leather to establish the "norm,' for the Metal wardrobe. Of the pop-music performers, Cyndi Lauper, a relatively unknown singer captured everyone's at- tention with her debut album Sl-IE'S SO UNUSU- AL which reaped five hit singles while simulta- neously achieving platinum status. For the first time in music history, a performer was able to consistently keep singles in the TOP 40, from the same album, for over a year. Believe-it- or-not, this performer was Lionel Richie and the album CAN'T SLOW DOWN yielded hits like 'LPenny Lover" and "All Night Long." Another lady who quickly created a stir was none other than the beautiful MADONNA. Her first, self-titled, Lp was great even though it was under- rated. The follow-up album "Like A Virgin" cre- ated a virtual rage and founded her as a serious performer. People can say all they want but the year of 1984- 1985 belongs soley to no one else other than the Minnesota Monarch himself, Prince Rogers Nel- son. Titled as 'fthe Purple Reign" 1984 was Prince's yearg not only because of his outstanding movie which undoubtedly was the film of the year, but because of the success of the soundtrack itself, "Purple Rain". Both movie and album had been heralded as the best in the last two decades, and many claim that together they are the best there ever will be. """'W x I WEN M-I it ,Www -ali ip, ill I 1. ll it ur ilfmilxf 2 .. ,. 59 1 J I. , AJ! W 1 I.-U' ,, . k S va 4 . , 4! ' eb " Q: ,AML 'ei 6? I .f X., if 1984. A year of agony, a year of happiness. A period of time that was full of special moments, tri- umphs, firsts, and miserable de- feats. Whatever the case may be, one thing is for sure, 1984 will definitely be a lasting mem- ory in our minds. Ronald Reagan: Second term President and hero of many. lPicture onel Geraldine Ferraro: The first woman Vice-President nominee. lPicture twob After nude pictures of her were published in Penthouse, Vanessa Williams was forced to relinquish her Ms. America title. lPicture threel Jesse Jackson: The first black Presidential contender. lPicture fourl Phrase of the year: "Where's the beef?" lPicture fivel Swatch watches, computers, and trivia games. The "in" pos- sessions of the year. lPictures six, seven, and eightl She may have only lived for a couple of weeks, but our hearts went out to Baby Fae, the infant who struggled to survive with an baboon heart. lPicture ninel 1984 was the year that the Stat- ue of Liberty endured a face-lift. lPicture tenl Super model Christie Brinkley and face of the '8O's Renee Si- monsen, lPicture elevenl Sometimes referred to as the worst disaster in the '8O,s, thou- sands of people were killed and injured when poisonous gas leaked out of Union Carbide tanks in India. lPicture twelvej William Schroeder was the sec- ond successful heart transplant patient. lPicture thirteenj 78 asia.. ' f f M as 51, . , ,,,,,, e 6- ' '1'1 .Y -, . ...ff ff F4 :gg A mega-group called Band-Aid produced a hit song entitled "Do They Know lt's Christmas Time" and donated all of the royalties to the starving people of Ethiopia. KPicture onel Prince Charles and Princess Di, the most celebrated couple in the world, brought a new son to the royal family. fPicture twol A collision, with competitor Zola Budd in the 1984 Olympic wom- en's 1200 meter run, cost favor- ite Mary Decker her life-long dream of winning the gold. KPic- ture threel Although Decker experienced the agony of defeat, Mary Lou Retton and Carl Lewis enjoyed the thrill of victory. The two cap' tured many golds in gymnastics and track, respectively, and be- came the two most celebrated athletes of the Games. fPictures four and fivel Many deaths, including Jon-Erik Hexum and Indira Gandhi, shad- owed the world in '84. fPictures six and sevenl With the airing of "Something About Amelia" on television, starring Roxana Zal and Ted Danson, child molestation con- troversy was sparked all over the country. CPicture eightl The starving people of Ethiopia were a major concern of people all across the world. lPicture ninel After John Delorean's infamous cocaine trial, Delorean and wife Christine filed for divorce. KPic- ture tenl George Orwell's 1984 grossly exaggerated for maybe not so exaggeratedl novel depicting the year of 1984 made it to the best- selling list. AGAIN. KPicture elevenl The breakdancing mania was at its peak in 1984. lPicture twelvel AND THAT wAs 1984-851 A 79 - ENTERTAINMENT 1984-B5 The 1984-85 year was definitely a great one as far as entertainment was concerned. Television was offering better entertainment, the movies were greatly diversified, and pay TV continually brought the movie-greats to our homes. The most marked change this year, though, was in television, where the networks, it seems, decided to get their "act" together enough to compete with cable. TV, in fact, became an almost worth- while medium with several new ventures, the first of which were some interesting new mini-services adapted from some best-seller books. This year, we saw The Sun Also Rises, Hollywood Wives, The Life and Times of Robert Kennedy, and Ever- green. Television was also offering some new se- ries this season that were more interesting than the usual run-of-the-mill. These new series, "The Cosby Show," "Airwolf," "Charles in Charge," uRip Tide," t'Rituals,'l to name a few, were worth staying home to watch. In fact, demographic stud- ies of some series, such as "Miami Vice," proved that people were staying home this year, or or at least, setting aside time to watch these new TV exploits. With television shows like Entertainment Tonight, Sneak Previews, and At The Movies, we made fewer mistakes at the box office. If you went to a few movies, chances are you went well in- formed and made few mistakes. This was probably also due to the fact that among all those movies, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Gremlins, Terms of Endearment, The Ka- rate Kid, Police Academy, Romancing the Stone and Sudden Impact, you found something to fit your entertainment tastes. In '85, there were even more great movies with Places in the Heart, Pur- ple Rain, Cotton Club, Beverly Hills Cop, The Killing Fields, Amadeus, Witness, The Mean Sea- son, and The Breakfast Club. Overall, in '84 and '85 it seems we had the best in every form of entertainment. Romance, mystery, drama, and comedy were all captured as never before. 1-,,. . WM mm if IW' My f Ka X., 53 l WANTED E'i'i'i'iii -n If 1' R X Af' . - ' Ur! ' . .Q,, ,A 't .Aff - E 05' xg J QM bffoxgf if swf J!! by QF! 'V P0 f 9 ft J! D 1 Q! 3 ' af fy fs ' Qf ,ff Of JP Qffp f f' 9 if f Q wc A jf? QWMTLU df N GN 5,3 fm J 5,1 ,, J YJ Ks D yy VR fs y , My A ef 1 ,f Qjypwsf F7 Cxg f ' " Q ' , ss T! Sf Q v ,R X A U! Q as yjf fy 'Q Q!!! N 09 sf Pr WD ' s QEQ 'W 0 sssssmes A ws Etfissssss A. K: L H X ' K if s Q55 X Y dex My XXV X 5 X s A ' fig 59 .zsfss G if i I G A QP 61 Glsssssz ssssssv sssssse av I 1 xi, Sgr-" VARSIT FUD' from left to rightg Steve Felix T, Jim Vandenburgh-T, Sam Smith-fb-lb Rick Willams fb-lb, Shannon White t, Antion Daily wr-db, Nate Ashbrook te, Paul Cabral t, Jim Baxter G-lb, Keith Naron t-lb, Demetruis Munerlyn-wr, Gene McKinney rb-lb, Rob Morton g-lb, Paul Plananski te-lb, Wayne Williams T, Chris Taylor c, Tim Dry, qb, Craig Weaver wr-db, James Sanchez G, Mark Mourton te-lb, James Jones T, , Vince Balsitis g-lb, Rafe Janakowski wr, Robert Ervin wr-db, Tom Collins gvlb, Brian Anderson rb-db, Greg Brinneman-NOT SHOW: Eric Velk-qb-lb, Kyle Manclershied qg-db, Tony Sutton-te, Jeff Sawin-lb te Head Coach: Bud Kane There are two different types of tiger pride huddles at Elsinore.. ALL 'fl I , , at The Elsinore Tiger Varsity Football Team has had a ,lf V it 4? "' f' WWMM W. 2 A ' il great season, including going all the way to C.I.F. for 'dex A 7 ,3 "'f gn "' the first time since 1978 which is a great achieve- if M: V a , v e . n Elsinore Tigers execute another winning play. JV FOOTBALL it , , ,-We Q - 'eff' ' ' 4, , , J , .HL ' Ef f ' ' 4 ,, :3ii1f' , ' ' 'fs ' '4 - 3" ww 1-V f f ' 1" 1 if ' V V ' 9 , 17 I " iii M i? i , it lf , 1 4 1 Q ' 'l ,i ' M E st.-Where ' ' - we-:nff'f2seg 2?zs1 ,,gg'g,Q -gg 5 ,,Y,Y r ,, ie, '1 f H4 '43, . , f e g X ?'Q"'1ii A Q ttiiefff mt. lei-i fr" ,K ,e e see "iw f v i.-1, is wif - f t i i X f it it i, ,H R ' ll .1 M. , ' . ' 7 ., 1 T Y 2 ,. , Q , H . ' 'f Y , Q V 4 A We ,K Q tg wg Q. ff ,, -1 ri, 'f were :tt r, V-it t ,P it Y K W ,N , ,E - K 3, V 1- 'f ' 'i l 7 25 GL , S, ,i it K, - W 1 ,, ,ff 2 , ef ye Q. , ,Qtek te .- r I 3 2 .V 4 eeejw- A f -ff f f 'V ,ea Q frgfffiffee' V. 'f v r 2' V 2 3 5? ' Ei, , -. X V , X , i .te ,Q ,, . 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JV Offense About To Strike, A JV Player watches with hope. Assistant Coach Matt Craven speculates On The Last Pay Another Big Gain MIR' 'AThe start of our season was slow but we came alive in the last tive games."-Mike Moore "At the beginning of the season we were alright, but we played more for ourselves rather than as a team. At the end of the year we pulled together and it shows in our record."-Jose Hill "The coaching staff has always tried to stress that winning doesn't always show up on the scoreboard. It you can improve and do your best you are a winner. It you can have a season by going undefeated, going undefeated while winning the league championship and accomplish all these goals at the same time like we have, then we have certainly taught the JV's what Champions really are!" stated Coach Craven 1984 Junior Varsity Statistics ffm si - W' w 4, i Vik.: 4 r WON-Elsinore Perris 13-0 LOST-Elsinore Eisenhower 7-20 LOST-Elsinore Arlington 0-26 WON-Elsinore Palmdale 20-0 LOST-Elsinore Indio 6-32 TIE-Elsinore Yucaipa 20-20 WON-Elsinore Rim of the World 22-0 WON-Elsinore Notre Dame 32-0 WON-Elsinore Banning 26-18 WON-Elsinore Bloomington 22-0 James Myrick Makes The Hit! EQEQ history in the Sunkistn r that drearnif thei? Freshman! ' ' . ey fought fofg i i i mibffbeing ' ' ' EUH5, i 00- i tdrea first tltle ln rn of being 1 fought for tha stops played an y L the yeaifithey di their first er allowing a i 3 kv s team , tart of uffere cle, nev , saying i All 0 Thi 'ue Atthefsgt i when they s ed with For as the League." i .-if-'S' Leag, . tantly. 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V, ..,- .fi X jiitf x y' it 1 lik i lil A , ' , . lplmii w w, ,M views? sv., 1 531529 to Bottom Franklnehorbiec, Rongllawls, Scott Qilman, John Johnson, Brandqnggalek, Vernonyfixjingricla, Jarngsiliflacias,facottgtgampbell, Allazi, Sulalggligieh Berry, Latjgiffiner, Johngvandenburg, Altjeijt Diaz, J?:1l'lQgSElSf!iHfjABill fPhippgigg?Qin5Cioyd,i " ne Tingley, Tommy I-Iarriscn, Essac Gome:ijTNick Stricklandgfliflati Haskins5,BQbhy Sterlinggj'BilIiJauncey,.Jim Miller, Johzii ' air, Freddy Padgett, Tony Cook, David Mellor, Anthony Patina, Che Smith, Jefflgussier, Buck Longmore, Loren Jose Meza, Shawn Howry, Dan Ortiz i ' . 5 i Lefffie Rishi: LTC? ,, i , giieithi Gadrkeiei 'Frank A Resevearffedfl iIQee,JAaron Kleln,.Way - Roe, James Blakey, Donovan Knight, Keith Sincl - Kinehloe Missingi Reggie Hernandez, Francisco Bosquez, 5,38 .A eva Freshman running back Frank Lichorbiec. lLake El- sinore Valley Sun-Tribune Staff photo by Steven Harmonl Team Record League W L T 3-0-1 Elsinore 28 Perris 14 Laguna Beach 8 Arlington 36 lndio 6 Moreno Valley 14 Yucaipa 38 Rim of the World 0 Fontana Sophomores 14 Banning 28 Bloomington iam .rr Offensive Coordinator, Mike Harrick, tells his team The freshman defensive lineiup is ready for another that they are "O.K." Season W L T 6-2-2 Opponent O O 10 8 6 6 8 15 14 8 victory. Awards Most Valuable Player: Larry Tiner Best Offensive line: Dan Ortiz Best Defensive line: Wayne Tingley Best Offensive back: Frank Lichorbiec Best Defensive back: Tedd Lee Coach's Award: Allan Long Most lrnproved: Bill Stens we : 'le . 6. R mero look o fasi 1, OTH -V . ,- HEADS UP SPI ERS Tiger Volleyball was 10 5 in league this year. Their toughest opponent was Rim of the World There is a new team in the Sunkist League this year, this team is Yucaipa. W el They were tough but we will come out on top next year. 484-Lb" When the team went to C I F they unfortunately lost the first round to Poly High of Riverside. The most memorable game was played against Notre Dame. We were down, with a score of 0-2. The girls came back and won the next 3 games to leave a final score of 3-2. "We pulled a victory that everybody thought we had already lost said Elisha Stofer. The season may not have turned out so well for the girls but that certainly doesn't mean they didn't try. Practice was held every day after school from 2 30 5 00 They went through a tough workout, especially toward Awards were as follows: Capt., M.V.P. 1st team all league-Lisa Phillips, Co Capt., Most Inspirational, lst team all league-Elisha Stoferg Most Improved-Vicki Mashekg 2nd team all league player-Coleen Bolandg 2nd team all league player-Kirsten Berger. A few thanks from Elisha Stofer. "This year is one that we will never forget. Thanks Billie gl Lisa for all your help this year. Thanks Steve Harmon for all your articles in the newspaper. And Jon, Mike, Darryl, and Eric, thanks for all your help at practice. But most of all thank you, Mr. Phillips, for all your support for the last four years. Without you, everybody would still be 'standing around."' Team shot, top left to right, Lori Cook, Kelly Wil- kinson, Lisa Phillips, Elisha Stofer, and Coleen Bo- land. Middle, left to right, Angela McCusker, Jean- ette McArdle, and coach-Billie DaVolt. Bottom, left to right, Karen Breitwig, Kirsten Berger, and Vicki Mashek. Bottom left. The team gathers for a pep talk. Bottom right. Most Valuable Player, Lisa Phillips, serves the ball. Top. Tiger Volleyball in action. Immediate right. Elisha Stofer, Most In- spirational, dreams of winning. Coleen Boland calls, "l got itll' Far right. Below. Angela McCusker anticipates the next shot. Desert Classic Poly Norco Yucaipa Bloomington Rim of the World Banning Notre Dame Bloomington Rim of the World Banning Yucaipa Notre Dame Bloomington Rim of the World Banning 2-4 0-3 0-3 1 -3 3-2 O-3 3-0 3-2 3- 1 0-3 3- 1 1 -3 WIN LOSS 0-3 3-0 Q99 KI KI UI K' HI KI HI W Ml Rl Bl A HI ff S 'I W 99 57' as KI is 5' 4' J' df KI Ji' J' W Q? HI Z All 3 t 421195 ,ff 4-, 1-,beg J .V. SETS TC ed-, This year s J V Volleyball team had SPIRIT!! They tried hard, worked as a team, and it showed in their Tiger Pride They came out winning 10, losing 6, and tying 1! "Being on the team this year was a lot of fun! I loved the competition, the team spirit, and effort was great!,,' exclaimed Krissy Tabor I felt being on this years J.V. team was a great experience, and I also loved to be with my friends says Lisa O'Driscoll. Way to go Girls!! Anna Selnick, Becky Stackhouse, Kimi Mandersheid, Cindy Selph, Michelle Nickell, Krissy Tabor, Maude Arias, Not Pic- tured: Erica Berger, Kim Cook, Katie Fox, Beth Gaut, Kathy Lara, Sarina Lehr, Lisa O'Driscoll, Denise Marcell, Lisa Moore, Jill Schmidt, Sarina Lehr and a winning serve! Lisa O'Driscoll, Anna Selnick, and Maude Arias strut off the court. rays the referee, Cindy Delph waits patiently for a winning serve. Get ready for that serve, girls. ln- Chino loss, Elsinore win. Norco loss, Elsinore win. Yucaipa loss, Elsinore win. Desert Classic tied Notre Dame win, Elsinore loss Bloomginton loss, Elsinore win. Rim of the world win, Elsinore loss. Banning loss, Elsinore win. Yuciapa win, Elsinore loss. Yucaipa win, Elsinore loss. Notre Dame win, Elsinore loss. Bloomington loss, Elsinore win. Rim of the World win, Elsinore loss. Banning loss, Elsinore win. 'G Y 4? M fr' i if V I ,, W , 1. W- rf Sarina Lehr and Lisa O'Driscoll take time out for a smile. 'Come on girls let's get with itl", , .Fi-. '51 l l Q.: l Q.: gl. f.i::n: I U flirhxl sh . 5' 53:36:2- W? ...z I1 Q 5 ' GIRLS VARSIT TENNIS y 55? WW AJ iz fi ,Y iz is 1 . Q w ,V , madrid 1 , if x ,, y-f Y , , I' W2 Q L 94 7 Top: Debbie Marcell, Linda Westfall fcoachl, Christy Brown, Heather Cramer, Julie Betzel Middle: Dee Yette, Jennifer Brown, Melissa Proxmire, Erin Heap, Rosita Ustariz, and Erika Matthies Bottom: Cheyminne Corral and Colleen To. Knot pictured: Leah Bridenthall Coach Linda Westfall commented, "This season was fantastic! We played from September to December which in itself reflects our success. l'm looking forward to next year." The EUHS Girl's Tennis Team proved to be an outstanding team this year on campus. With the correct balance of experienced play- ers, breaking in a new coach and players was not too great a challenge. Finishing the season with a 10-O record, and placing third in the Sunkist League were only a few goals which were accomplished by the team. With Debbie Marcell as Jil Singles, and Jennifer Brown and Cheyminne Corral as 42 doubles team representing Sunkist League in C.I.F., Elsinore put a dent in Southern Section C.l.F. Some other mentionable players are: Colleen To, Melissa Proxmire, and Neisha Trainer. Without this team effort, we couldn't have gone as far as we did. Elsinore Varsity Statistics Erin Heap has great form Elsinore Corona -Y Lost Elsinore Norco - Lost Elsinore Yucaipa - Lost Elsinore La Sierra - Lost Elsinore Notre Dame - Won Elsinore Bloomington - Won Eisinroe Petris - Won Elsinore Rim of the World - Won Elsinore Banning s Lost Elsinore Notre Dame - Won Elsinore Bloomington - Won Elsinore Rim of the World - Lost Elsinore Banning - Won Elsinore Yucaipa - Won Elsinore Yucaipa - Won Elsinore Notre Dame - Won Eisinore Bloomington - Won Elsinore Rim of the World - Lost Elsinore Banning - Lost Elsinore Bonita tC.l.F.l - Lost Colleen To slams the ball Christy Brown shows her enjoyment of success VJ? 'Z WE COULDN T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT A COACH LIKE OURS CRUSSIIUUNTR TRAC -K Si. 5 ,.::: C -E 1 "Wie cou11irr,tA?1iave done it withaut 1 a coach lirkQg.g.1ui1gf,Q." Bain across . A E... . IIA 9 coqntry not an easy task. 'help Qf our .. r. Winspiring Allen E ami W0'4dnyt f -1 'ag -E. .. . - .Mass K. E- . - . "sa 1. bf-Dan Biakholdin, Manuel EEEE Todd Mike Nuhnal- lygy aChris?'fOIsen, Rob Peters, ' Stewart. fgieprge Ustariz. Todd Lee. Varsity. time. 16:53 Rob Peters. Varsity. time. 18:07 .X www.. Mike Nunnally. Varsity. time. 19:33 Dan Bakholdin Varsity. time. 16:55 lf. Chris Murray. Varsity. time. 18:05 ig Steve Roseberry. FroshfSoph time. 19:54 The girls' cross country team did a very fine job this year, in spite of the fact that there were a limited amount of members on the team. The team consisted of Kimm Arasim, Nancy Bellinghausen, Jessica Arnett, Jessica Arnett. Varsity time. 22:39 Christy Duncan, Paige Ashbrook, and Sheila Lambert. The boys' FroshfSoph team had a tremen- dous season this year. They brought home a league championship for the awesome Elsin- ore Tigers, The boys' FroshfSoph team con- sisted of Jason Vail, Nasys Karasoulas, Ca- meron Smith, John Church, Bryan Peterson, Sheila Lambert. Varsity time. 27:11 , , .fwi , Steve Roseberry, Nicky Zavalla and Phillip Wright. The Tiger Cross Country team did an excellent job in '84, 'E it 4' 'Sd PQGMQV TH.. ' . " 1 via M C an ., ,M Paige Ashbrook. Varsity time. 27:06 fp YZ V M f ,, G W fm M-. John Church, FroshfSoph time, 19:54 Chfls Olsen, VGYSRV time- 19130 9 1" ,I 1 'I b f :SA il 'Q 'ngt 1 rf' I 3 ' 9 O .9 If ,1 I I4 1 f R N s is Q l.ET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS! Ron Brown Scott Campbell Shasean Greer Eric James '1"P'ff' fr' ,. ff: 'aff ' " ' ,f , iV,A 4 wf"'S-J 4 W 1' "'lf, ef .,., V mf, . "'., z, h '. - we 1, ff:-,A -1 f R 'fl 'Q , V 1 aff? ' . if an Wm V ,. I ,. V 7 g m., J' I if J Shannon Kruse Kyle Manderscheid Darryl McCullough Demeatrius Munerlyn 1 K Erik Rogers Jeff Sawin Eric Welk Josea Williams 3 i -ii :Q ESE-E E,?3.FyswNwss-,+- - s a team to be successful, each player must give 1984-85 Sunkist League Sores Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore C.I.F. Yucaipa Notre Dame Rim Bloomington Banning Notre Dame Rim Banning Q. if -P Q iuvzzfs X , tip his individual identity for the greater benefit of the team." When a group of players do this, victo- ies will follow. This year's team of Varsity Boys did his and became a "one" that led to a top ten 2-A .I.F. Ranking team." -Roger Blake, 1984-85 Boy's Varsity Basketball coach v 5 9811. KNN Shannon Kruse reaches for the sky. is Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Yucaipa Yucaipa Notre Dame Rim Bloomington Banning Northview Santa Clara Jeff "Madman" Sawin aims to please, "This season will go in my memory bragging bagl' -Steve Petsche, Assistant Varsity Coach. lphoto courtesy of Sun Tribunel Darryl "Doc' McCullough concentrates on a win! nyl 'P f-if. i JV BAS ETBALL UU! il to rj Davld Smlth Andy Anaya Jamie Llsenbie, Bryan Stevenson, Robby Young Scott Hlggms Jack Wlthers Dan D111 Matt Martland Matt Prlelxpp Coaches Steve Sparkman and Mark Williams ig 1 Two More Points For JV Tigers! S UN STRONG IN THE END Head Coach Mark Williams Matt Martland-Excellent Shot! "The JV team was led this year by co-mvp's Matt Martland and Robby Young. The JV Tigers showed marked improvement game by game during the season, ending the year with a five game winning streak in league." Coach Mark Williams "The Boy's JV Basketball accomplished it's goal this year by improving tremendously from its first game to its last. This is what the levels below varsity is all about. The playesrs worked hard and this will be evidenced in the years to come on the Varsity level." Assistant Coach Steve Sparkman L 1984-85 JV Boy's Basketball ELSINORE OPPONENT LOST- 44 Big Bear 46 WON- 63 Faculty LOST- 37 Hemet LOST- 48 Norco LOST- 23 - Riverside Poly WON- 53 La Sierra LOST- 40 Arlington SUNKIST LEAGUE GAMES WON- 54 Yucaipa LOST- 49 Norte-Dame LOST- 45 Bloomington LOST- 38 Rim of the World LOST- 47 Banning LOST- 27 Norte Dame LOST- 43 Bloomington LOST- 56 Rim of the World WON- 39 Yucaipa WON- 40 Yucaipa WON- 57 Norte Dame WON- 51 Bloomington WON- 57 Rim of the World 6-8 in League 8-12 Overall I 'r lv I4 I Y Y l I I V ' fl 4 lg.lg. 2:.5: , Q . .' 1' "V 0 I .i I I 11 I ,. ,WH l ! 5 E 2 5 l John Vandenburg and Dave Leonard are reaching for the stars. FRESHMEN BASKETB Ll "lf you measure the success of a team by its' win-loss record then we had only a "good', season, C13 wins, 7 losses overallg 10 wins, 4 losses in leaguel. But if you mea- sure the success of a team by how much each individual matures men- tally, physically, and emotionally, then we had a "great" season. These young men showed a lot of class, both on and off the court." Says Coach Doug Maclean. t'We came in second in league. Banning was first, but I think we clidl pretty "good" considering Banning is the best in our league," com- mented Kevin Cloyd. . These boys have shown great promise. They will improve and get stronger. Way to go boys! Jeff Kipling jumps for the big one! JN THSIP. WA TU SUSSSSS B. row, L to R: Todd Lee, John Vandenburg, Dave Leonard, Steve Kirsch, Mike McGreoger, Doug MacLean lCoachl, Derek Campbell, Nate She-han, Layne Akers Frank Bosqez. F, row, L to R: Kevin Cloyd, Matt Haskins, Reggie Hernandez, Jeff Kipling, Hugo Cosio, Sean Burney lBall boyl John Vandenburg shoots for two. Nate She-han is amazed at the outcome of the game! Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Scorebox Orange Lutheran Moreno Valley Hemet Moreno Valley Tourney Orange Lutheran Inland Christian Yucaipa Notre Dame Bloomington Rim of the World Banning Notre Dame Bloomington Rim of the World Banning Yucaipa Yucaipa Notre Dame Bloomington Rim of the World vansmr wnnsnmn rms now s s Elsinore wrestling has stuck together through the last couple years, only to sharpen their wrestling skills to perfection. Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore 104 Tom Collins works on "far ankle" hold, to his opponents' dismay. ELSINORE WRESTLING STATISTICS 38 Upland 26 18 Rowland 49 51 Bonita 12 46 Western 27 34 J.W. North 30 27 Keppel 36 64 La Habra 3 15 Santa Fe 47 LaSierra Novice Tournament 1st Sunkist League Tourney 2nd Victor Valley Tourney 5th Riverside County Tourney 5th Rowland Varsity Tourney 5th Fountain Valley Tourney 16th if Y Highlighting the year was Mark Abbott and Tim Dry going to state finals, and many other members coming away with indi- vidual medals. With most of the guys remaining in wrestling for another year, we are sure they will go on making us proud o Elsinore High! . ,ii- yj' 5 . Steve Felix's next victim. H ,W W N T Q i A AI, l l ,L . Xxxx Ks .- "N lx I' "N 'N I sg H .' 5, . It 'Q 'o 5 I 'rb 5 I I I is 4 I as G I 'Nxt' I .IO 'LO' I 'wx . A MV, -M 'Y 4 xxx X f ,R if i A ' lf Q N, Q, 3 nw xi 5 he NN Z V 'm t , , .bi V-f .gg f 1 1 Nr A . 1 5 K Q k -- A Above: Mark Abbott displays Elsinores' new warm up wa suit. Left: Coach Campbell waiting for 'Lthe moment". R Below: 'Stretching out" before wrestling practice. J ilx 105 IT'S HARD TU PIN DOWN J.V. WRESTLERS A MIRROR IMAGE OF J.V. WRESTLING COACH TRIG BLASINGAME. "This year the Junior Varsity Wres- tling Team was small but mighty. Unfortunately the team was quiet and unspoken and not too many spectators came to see their match- es. Thanks J.V. Wrestlers, for a job well done." Coach Trig Blasingame ERIC BERRY LOOKS SURE AND SMUG BEFORE A TEAMMATES SERVE AS WORTHY OPPONENTS IN MATCH. PRACTICE EEEZQNQEJE TIRES E H E IT IS HARD TO PIN DOWN JUSTIN BARNES LI x X JL T ,Q fy Y I .L X JT VJN YVEJNA y ,P X J ,sf If Tw ,Ev I J I of E L T: J.v. WRESTLING COACH TRIG BLASINGAME V It N' ' 15 'W HELPS THE WRESTLERS ON THEIR PEREOR- gd W ,-QU 5,1 MANCE, 'T' H-f . I N I ' ERIC BERRY AND JUSTIN BARNES PROVE I THAT WRESTLING IS TRULY A CONTACT SPORT. Q I byj Eg QQ 5 57 U Q wg gui 5 fi Mew 229952 g Sw a?gw2 5g?Rf 'ff' 5e,3ii?5? E f-N' J ,WJ 9122 Qdgggvgfq Q W Wai :Y Ejcig 1 f'icgf LC?5 PAQ mg UQ k .. 'N um-,mm 'U v Q ax ' MS' 'N 67 'X O's O I J' fi! 1 VARSIT 41111 I , Rx If I I .. R 1 l I I 1' 1" X 1 I I If 'I 1" 1" f SOCCER Top Rowg Paul Planansky, Ricky Williams, Assistant Coach James Viera, Coach Nolen, J.V. Coach Mike Vallefuco, Sam Smith, Terry Sisco, Middle Row, Danny Silva, Mike Zell, Brian Smith, John Hacljes, Paul Rutherford, Manuel Estrada, Chris Hamill, Bottom Row, Tommy Luna, Larry Harbor, Brian Marchand, Scot Stewart, Rafael Olvera, Ralph Navarro, David Gulley. , 4 fi b'5'O stty 5 5 5630.9 Ozaaifozf 0 Q O Q 'Q 'AYAYAYALQ ssg Tommy Luna goes for the goal. Larry Harber makes his way toward the goalie. Manuel Estrada in complete concentration on the game. Mike Zell zooms to victory. 1 'v W c 'lo'd iff' Vllyl I ,QA2 .fllk A ft: 495' . H ' i S . 6, S S 'sv Hg' Rafael Olvera and Coach Nolen watch the team's great moves. Paul Rutherford rams through +'f3. ' J.V. SUSCSR SSTS H SH GOALS THE J.V. SOCCER TEAM NOT IN ORDER: MATT ABRAMS, DARREN BAILEY, BRANDON BALEK, BRIAN BEER, GENE BEVACCO, KEITH BROWN, BRIAN BURNS, TED DORR, SEAN FLEMING, STACEY FLOWERS, ABE GUSTAFSON, NICK HADJIS, STEVE HAMILL, MIKE LAMB, GUILLERMO MUNOZ, FERLANDER SALT, KIRK SHEARIN, BRIAN STEKKINGER, RICK RIOS, MIKE VALLEFUOCO ELSINORE 4 YUCAIPA O ELSINORE 4 NOTRE DAME O ELSINORE 4 BANNING 1 ELSINORE 6 NOTRE DAME O ELSINORE 2 RIM OF THE WORLD 2 ELSINORE 1 YUCAIPA 1 ELSINORE 2 NOTRE DAME 0 ELSINORE 0 RIM OF THE WORLD 1 ELSINORE O RIM OF THE WORLD 2 I ng Q X Je' nd' wv1ws:sf -we W. . . f ' .N .lx Q GENE BEVACCO AND MATT ABRAMS PRACTICE KICKING THE BALL AROUND. ' 1 'l izf . liz fllfikx 1 . . Q . was ,h ,J "x f 14 I Q This was the first year for Elsinore J.V. Soccer. They entered the season with true Tiger Pride. Winning games with a primary nucleous of Freshmen and Sophomores. They took 2nd in their first season, showing other schools the true potential of Elsinores future. A very bright one. Coach No- lan J.V. SOCCER COACH MIKE VAL- LEFUCCO LAD TIGERS RUARIN' TU THE TDP Sis A Q, wt Top Row: Kristi Smith, Jodi Coulson, Michelle Piper, Kelly Parker, Coach Bob "Scooter" Hugh. Bottom Row: Assistant Coach Cherrie Pittman, Bettie Byrd, Theresa Bolton. Best Defensive: Bettie Byrd Best Offensive: Kristi Smith Best Practice Player: Angela McCusker Most Improved: Theresa Bolton Most inspirational: Kelly Parker Coaches Award: Michelle Piper MVP Sunkist League: Bettie Byrd All Riverside County: Bettie Byrd , Honorable Mention, All County: Kristi Smith All Sunkist League: MVP: Bettie Byrd Kelly Parker Angela Mz:Cusker Kristi Smith Theresa Bolton Honorable Mention: Liane Brewer ii? Bob "Scooter" Hugh Coach Bettie Byrd with one of her many trophies. Michelle Piper with one of her trophies if jig in J r 'f rf ii 'L xii W iw'-v , , P 4 i 1' Z 3 Q Qi, Angie McCusker Bettie Byrd Kristi Smith Kelly Parker Liane Brewer . Eisinore Ramona Elsinore Cajon Elsinore Colton Elsinore Moreno Valley Elsinore Sonora Elsinore Hesperia Elsinore Whittier Christian Elsinore Ontario Elsinore Monrovia Elsinore Regina Caeli A N Elsinore Notre Dame QQ, WM Elsinore Rim ' E Elsinore Banning Elsinore Notre Dame Elsinore Hesperia Elsinore Rim Elsinore Banning Elsinore Yucalpa Elsinore Yucaipa ' Elsinore Notre Dame is K - Elsinore Yucaipa - Elsinore Rim Elsinore Los Angeles Lutheran Elsinore Connelly Cherri Pittman Tv- , -N i rr ii V Jody Coulson Mary Higgins Theresa Bolton MiCl1-elle Piper I ,I 1 v4"'s K ,fill .N 4' ly I - 2. U L Q it ,gt ' E Y! ,jeff ,C I tstt S X U lf1s"4 if 4 . S is J 5 - ...s l V.-aw.-A WMM M, . ,, 'WMM-W. GIRLS JV GAGERS GI From the left: Annette Barnes, Diane Phillips, Shele- sia Waters, Joy Bridenthal, Denise Damron, Cindy Delph, Jill Haworth, Lisa xg Costin, Nancy Wright, and B coach Richie Rabb. The entire girls JV team, including Jill Hayworth lpicturedl, received awards and trophies during the awards banquet at the Sizzler. GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL SCORE BOX 7 wins and 13 losses EUHS VISITORS 14 Perris 26 30 Perris 28 17 Moreno Valley 30 40 La Sierra 29 39 Arlington 25 24 Sonora 22 27 Hesperia 07 1011 IT IN '84'85! Richie Rabb- J.V. Girls Basketball coach Richie is a graduate of EUHS and has been linvolved in community sport activities since 1978. Three years ago, this campus supervi- sor volunteered to assist in the girls' basket- ball program at EUHS. Last year Ritchie took over the Junior Varsity team and post- ed a 7-3 record in the Sunkist League. Al- though a little down from last year, Richie assisted the Tigerettes to an overall 7-13 season record. 17 21 22 29 i 25 20 32 16 16 24 37 35 lgixsiiskl X NAJSU K. s..LNX.X2As.q,,g kill ink-My ' ggg1.NA sf p-'QL vC.xaM!,i 1 in ' J i L,..x..,s. ,,Qj'bdl x,LL.ifQU2ry,3, Q ,,1'r.Qe,,fbk H ' Lxgxail it ills NFS' 337 .dfllu f' Because of her strong leadership on the team, Cindy Delph receives an award. l!""'L, X-f Ck ith .s.. gs C.x.,fX' ls l ifilxii s coli 1,5-Jsfi-is KA., .si SX Y-AMX ixvxv ,1 ..:4 A 54 P .tak 'H,i"+e i.,,w,i4X1, X Q14 XV-11.4 t 3.1 ,lA J x Notre Dame 40 ggx, . Rim of the World 13 M Banning 28 Notre Dame 34 Hesperia O6 Rim of the World 25 Banning 34 Yucaipa 22 Yucaipa 49 Notre Dame 43 Yucaipa 44 Rim of the World 37 .dist GULPERS TE E I r il to rl Nate Ashbrook, Mike Moore, Mike To, Mario Cruz, James Cebula, Aaron Vasquez, Devon Hutchinson, Joe Butler. V M Naval' .- 'Eg i Q a Mike Moore in deep concentration. Another easy shot for Joe Butler. JPP FUR SUCCESS mum 7 . Charlie Johnson says, "Relax, I'm in charge." GOLF lgolf, gofl- a game played on a course having eighteen holes, the object being to propel a tiny ball with the use of a club with as few strokes as possible. - The American Heritage Dictionary Although golf may be a sort of "underdog" sport at EUHS, the perserver- ance and determination these athletes showed was impressive. These qualities are what true Tiger athletes are made of. ' Nate Ashbrook and the perfect shot. lf, S--.xxx fr' x l xy 1 1 l l 1' 1 f i V ' x ,I I 1 ,1 11" 1 y vansrr swnvnvrnns Tl l Il l Dave Bullard, Shawn Smithson, Terry Sisco, Randy Callaway, Kevin Peterson, Jerry Whitaker, Holly Peterson, Tawny Smithson, Vicki Mashek, Carry Wakefield, Alisa Kimble, Tasha Standafer, Dawn Shepherd, Jennifer Alsup, Tawny Shafer, Celeste Schaeffer, Stacey Tripp, David Rhodes, Greg Gonzales, Ray Hunnicut, Eric Ahrend, Mike Jackson, Chuck Anaya, David Speck, John Cleary, Ray Sweeney. we M 11 "0- Angie Blakely and Angie baldwin making time for EP , homework with their busy swim schedule. -WA Q ,QV F., Greg Gonz , Y he's got! gil- ' ,. ,: ' W Y W , 5 , .ns ales giving it all ,, V I Q 'W I ,gy if? ,.:'ff?, A is ' Dave Bullard ,,.. . shows us the 'Z ll ' true form a a , 1 , , butterfly. ' H ',,, gh: I ,,,, L' ,M I V ,, , W n'M,t5 ,igy.,4, .i , , I gl l at Y I '40 MA n TIME M 100 IO 10 M ,N .Wm-a,..-,W -Mi ... ,mean MW -fm vue.-me The swim team displays pre-meet anxieties! . 2 .x ,H , WM' 1' " Coaches Pat Byrne and Marti Wallher. "I am honored to have been the captain of the girl's swim team this year and have enjoyed everyone on the team, Even though we were a small team, our efforts and attitudes were exceptionally good. The best new thing happening to us this year was a new coach, Marti Wallner, she is not only an excellent coach, but a good friend as well. A special thanks to our assistant coach Mr. Byrne for holding practice at 6:00 a.m. every morning and all his additional help. The girl's swim team is looking I I Q ' S . O , , - L forward to next year The majority of the swimmers on the 1985 Varsity Boy s team were freshmen We did not have any seniors and only three juniors But what our younger summers lacked in experience they made up for in determination With the leadership of our coaches Marti Wallner and Pat Byrne improvement for our team in the future is inevitable Captain Terry Sisco Loss Loss Loss T Loss Captain Vicki Mashek eam ord Yucaipa T T Banning 4 Notre Dame B Bloomington Yucaipa Banning Notre Dame- B B - - ington A os Tie Lo - S S 121 - 665. . . t wo, 4... 0 Q O. Q 'Q 0.0 R., 0 s u , iffy' Q iff. 'o.n.o.' . 5 - '24, ,1 5 sux' MUN THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD" ,H Q. Mike Hayashi, Jon Mosbacher, Vinayak Chaturvedi, Dan Kriegh, George Ustariz, Remus Arce, Dale Hamilton, Meardey Tim, and Rafael Navarro. ,N "Due to the fact that the dispersement of our championship tennis team is inevitable, this year we all wanted to give 100"7n of ourselves to make it the best year we could possibly make, Since most of the team is leaving us this year, we want to make it a year to remember for them, ourselves, and, anyone involved in the tennis program here at Elsinore Union High School!! -'22 Rafael Navarro San Bernardino win Moreno Valley win Colton win Ramona win Indio win Yucaipa loss Troy win Bloomington win Los Amigos win Rim win Banning win Servite loss Bloomington win Rim win Banning Yucaipa Yucaipa Bloomington Banning Rim "Because more than half the team were seniors this year, we more or less dedicated the season to ourselves. The Seniors, because if was our last year. We wanted to make it the best ever." Dan Kriegh ,gal Vinayak Chaturvedi demonstrates his awesome backhand! "Nothing can stop George Ustariz and his tremendous serve! A .v L'The Kamikazi flys again lalias Mike Hayashijl "lt should be an exciting season , A little more experience a little more depth, plus a lot more pride to capture a three year consecutive title. Coach Corral Remus Arce shows us how to hold a tennis raquet! Shannon Hoole goes for that winning point! 123 , . jg, ,QSMJP THE ELSINURE TIGER TRACK Greg Berry puts art into the discus. K'The 1985 Tiger Track Teams were highlighted by many fine individual and team performances. Some of the leading individuals for the boys were Brian Anderson, Robert Ervin, Dametrius Munerlyn, Frank Lichorobiec, Rob Peters, Tony Sutton, Todd Lee, Dan Bakholdin, Tim Dry, Keith Hicks, Steve Rose- berry, Matt Curtis, Antoin Daily, Jim Baxter, Mike Nunnally, Greg Berry, Paul Bennett, and Paul Cabral. Leading individuals for the girls were Daniele Smith, Rosita Ustariz, Nancy Wright, Stacy Flowers, Jessica Arnett, Marcie Halliday, Mary Higgins, Hetherly Pe- terson, Lorraine Castro, Kim Manderschied, Jessica Hamrick, Sheila Lambert, Joy Bridenthal, Brenda Marquez and Jill Haworth. The teams also had fine performances at the Twenty-Nine Palms Invitational, Dana Hills Invitational, Beaumont Invitational, and many important dual meets." COACH-Larry Allen- 124 Tim Dry clears "THE TOP". l ,... . .......,.. ..1r.,vf... Track Team coaches, from left to right, Gary Polehill, Nick Anderson, Larry Allen, Tom Ritchey, Randy Shultz, and Dennis Karasoulas. IEAM COMES DUT WINNER y' . X29 xv ng Boys Track Team Members lnclude: Brian Anderson, Dan Bakholdin, Jim Baxter, Paul Bennett, Eric Berry, Greg Berry, Tim Bridenthal, Greg Brinneman, Rex Bryan, Sean Burney, Don Burnside, Paul Cabral, John Church, Matt Curtis, Antoin Daily, Tim Dry, Robert Ervin, Jack Greek, Abe Gustafson, John Hadjis, Nick Hadjis, Keith Hicks, Scott Higgins, Nasys, Karasoulas, Demetrius Munerlyn, Todd Lee, David Leonard, Frank Lichorobiec, Buck Long- more, Kyle Manderschied, Mike Morales, Rob Morton, Chris Murray, Mike Nunnally, Chris Olsen, Rob Peters, Todd Phillips, Mike Porter, Matt Prielipp, Steve Roseberry, Kirk Shearin. Gary Shelton, Cameron Smith, Brian Stekl-cenger, Scott Stewart, Tony Sutton, Wayne Tingey, Jason Vail, Jack Withers, Robbie Young, Nicky Zavala, Ricky Williams. Girls Track Team Includes: Amy Bablek, Meredith Godfrey, Jill Haworth, Mary Higgins, Marci Halliday, Jessica Hanrick, Lorraine Cas- tro, Sheila Lambert, Nancy Wright, Stacey Flowers, Kim Manderschied, Brenda Marquez, Crystal Kennedy, Rosita Ustariz, Laura Diaz. gb Gr 6' 126 ...,.,.,., On the girls varsity softball team, girls do have fun. Team members Sherri Ratliff, Jenny Peterson, Laurie Cook, Kelly Wilkenson, Karen Breitweg, and Liane Brewer prove as much. Q lui 1 5,5 21,1 Jenny Peterson shows us true athletic form, VARSIT SUFTB LL RE C f I L K TGA Y? 3 CRIPPEN. AN ST 4 427 head coach and moral supporter is girls The NEW HEIGHTS IN '85 it si, W e ,m fs Jami Bradley, head pitcher, looking "too cool!" , "Yeah, we're bad, "says Jenny Peterson, Kelly Wilkenson, and Karen Breitweg. ,slim may H "" ,Wwe ,,,, VVVV f 2 :E ,gi Y I ,, f,.:,, y H ,,,,,,z,,V , 9, I .A Ti, ifiirrir , ,gf 3 ,f" U,-'iQ , h"' 'Y :i fi f - Kg .. -+ v ' fr A W7 S - , H Q ,, n V ,JL - ea - -+ M ' .w -w , ,, ,Q , - . 3' " f ' .I ff 'f 1' S, H ff W W 1 X - '.y '-V' i . ... ' ,,mfe?,1f41-,wig-, i ul ir ' ' M 11 5 "'e 1 2 ' X Z NW Q wg " ::,.,,i L0 ,' if f Zu , '53 'K . , fgclp , qw Q , J ff 43 qt, 5153 54: . .pf Q Laurie Cook attempts to hit a homerun. Wi? E i, 'aff u L ' xi- Catcher Georgie Watson signals to the pitcher during a home game. 7 J.V. "LAD TIGERS" SWING TU THE TDP 'fzifiknr , 1 ,nf We -'-- wwf, - gl , , V, ,, Aw , ,ma M Elsinore J.V. Softball in alphabetical order: Jenny Babcock, Debra Crowley, Denise Damron, Dana De Jong, Dionna Eckert, Shannin Groh, Stacey Hewson, Donna LoPresto, Heather Lyons, Terry Peterson, Anna Peterson, Dianne Phillips, Carrie Pierce, Angie Ratliff, Becky Stackhouse, Loretta Travillion. 128 Friendship helps keep the team together. This years' Junior Varsity Softball Team began their season with a bang. They had a good time when playing and they ex- pressed it in their dedication to the sport. In the words of Coach Bud Kane, "It was a lot of fun and they are a great bunch of girls". One bad ball can make you fall. www 4 ,WM ,, f W Z .... Throw it to me! says Donna Lo Presto. A s -I GEN? S 1 "Shucl-is I missed it"! says Becky Stack- house. V I got it, 1 got it!" says Denise Damron. Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elxinnre Elsinore Elsinore' Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elanore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Chino lscrimrnagel La Sierra Indio Norco Norco Yucaipa Norte Dame Bloomington ' ' Sun Tribune Tournament Parris o Notre Dame K Sun Tribune Toumamen! Norco - Bloomington Rim Of The World Banding , . , Yuoaipn Yucaipa . Notre Dame V Bloomington V ' Rirrx'0f The World Banning J.V. Softball Coach Bud Kane. ,QA .' L l. i 1 X ? ' 052, A lyk -1 N ,,,...-f Coachg Billy DaVolt Top Row: Lilly Gonzales, Tammy O'Neal, Jody Esposito, Loni Kizler, Jennifer Blackmore, Kathy Lara, Donni Duclayan, Beverly Pigeon. Bottom Row: Jean Schnider, Wendy Gaylor, Rosalee Lisenbee, Stephanie Estes, Tammy Chaimberlain. Loni Kizler waits patiently for the pitch. The Girls' freshman softball team could be a symbolic contrast to Spring. When spring is a time of cheer and joy, the girls had a future appearing black and unhappiness, but they proved the opposite. "We went in to the season like a lamb, and came out like a Tiger. lt was great fun 8: l feel 14 individuals learned to become a team." - Billie DaVolt QWKS, .,',. 'M H we X W' I Most Improved: Rosalee Lisenbee , fs QS at Coaches Award: Wendy Galyor Most Valuable Player: Jody Esposito .5 fag - x -fii' 6260" 1 i. X , 'O 1-6 ' ' A NE T STUP. .THE WORLD SERIES! The 1985 Varsity Baseball Team Cfrom left to rightl: Asst. Coach Mike Fages, Jeff Sawin, Brad Davis, Eric Velk, Jim Vandenburgh, Gene Mc Kinney, and Head Coach, Gary Kipling. Second row: John Selnick, Craig Weaver, Chris Turner, and Dean Vasquez. Third row: Hal Pigeon, Aaron Lehr, and George Benitez. .s gin, X "Kipling is a good fundamental coach. He keeps the game of baseball in per- spective," comments Brad Davis. mms... We are dedicated to winning the Sun kist League Championship without a - loss. Then to win CI.I.F. Champion- ' C ship." Michael Fages we sg, f, L, K, k If K x W ttss ,O ,VW f.g,+,vW,W Elsinore High. Q- eggs tg' . , ts-g,., Gene Mc Kinney runs back to second. Above left: "Ball One!" Above Right: Three profiles of determination. SE-SQREI Elsinore 6 Elsinore 3 Elsinore 7 Elsinore 4 Elsinore 1 2 Elsinore 7 Elsinore 7 Elsinore 1 8 Elsinore 5 Elsinore 4 Elsinore 5 Elsinore 18 Moreno Valley Indio Indio Perris Perris Yucaipa Notre Dame Bloomington Banning Rim Notre Dame Bloomington -Nt Mr ,, dlliklll A .3 ALJ Qi :if The "PRIDE" of ,f .if gm' ,fi Q g ,Nw 0 . K Jim Vandenburgh pitching a winning game. vc, I A , 5.1 ..,1' X x O 9 -, , ,' ' ,,,'Qv'---1 li ' 'Y , , I Victor Coria throws another winning strike! Brian Bainbridge demonstrates his athletic ability. ' ' I-g,::ggSegg::Qig'1'i 3 .gfigig , ' if 'W J., Q : .fri - x --II - - W - :: .... ' ef: 'N . . X: - Fi r Tel, 'M ii Q. iss lfiif: i. fr' V5 f s, N"'l": Aww:-Y t 5- cami .- -mwah'-:im Y X ,. ., ..-"5 554 - .4 b. A , L, 3- H ' ii.. ,mi x K' ,... - LLLL ""' W " , , . , I - it ll .. - .3 f::Qg":..y-14: 'ET . -' - . - t..... , 'i - 7 ., K ' w as r 'ilfiif'--fi ,--iz .- - -ig F f New 'X N 5291 1 .,Qe-.fgeeeeewzf -- : , Q K, .- -. n ,- .fax-1.4 -if ' " 'RTV K if-',::: :gf : ,i-.-t.g,s2gf::,,t.i ggMQX::',:.1--ffi,e- Q if 11 gps Ni - - -X , X swf-ss11xs1:is:sig-ss ,V -- ' .. ' c mu: fsssws- ':- 35- f. - Q -- X ' -1 3" - ' . , K' W f V- 5 :'- 7 .fi ..:' J" 7'i':" 't-. Harold Beasley is heading for home! .r.v. sam: Head coach Jim Nolen. s ks.,sat .- gs + E X i K .X Q? X says 2 1-frva Q R mai . - 5 if . , ii ' i fi - ' ' - Q Kirk Smith, Andy Anaya, Victor Coria, and Keith Brown are a captivated audience. JN DI MUND B. row, L to R: Kirk Smith, Andy Anaya, Rich McAlpine, Ricky Winters, John Baldwin, Brian Smith, Scott Campbell, Harold Beasley, Dan Dill, Brian Bainbridge Clint Palmer, Coach Nolen, F. row L to R: Mike Neill, Victor Coria, Matt Martland, Mike Sparks, Phil Varela, Keith Brown, Hank Alonzo, Darren Restad 1, ,Q Brian Smith waits for the ball. "J.V. Baseball is next years' Varsity. This team has outstanding talent in fielding and hitting. A nucleus that will maintain the tradi- tion of Elsinores Baseball, champions with high goals and success as their motto. There is no doubt that if they hold on to their goal - they will become WINNERS," says Coach Nolen. Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore SCORE BOX Moreno Valley Chino Indio Perris Yucaipa Notre Dame Bloomington Rim Banning Notre Dame Bloomington L wfr L wfw L w W w i. W L I 'O ? I 0 ,f' 9 TM, ,m 1"- ' . is, Y xx!! I ,1 I PRESHMEN BASEBALL 'l WESUMEH The 1984-85 EUHS freshmen baseball team bares all!!! The freshmen baseball season was an exciting one. Each player contributing talent and determination. The end result was one each individual could be proud of. Coach Ebbert was quoted as saying, "It has been fun coaching such a talented team. Although our record is 6-6, it does not accurately represent the quality baseball these athletes have played. Some games were awesome and other games . . . well . . . some days you get the bears and some day the bears get you." Freshmen players consisted of: Larry Tiner, Erick Berry, Kevin Cloyd, Vince Esparza, Reggie Hernandez, Nick Strickland, Ted Lee, John Vandenburgh, Pat Murphy, Rick Rios, Aaron Klein, Dan Ortiz, Jon Brittain, Lane Akers, Joe Yarbrough. Run like the wind. l Some players finish their 534th lap around the campus. ,....... ,.., , , ,. M, Garden Grove won Chino won Chino lost Yucaipa won Rubidoux lost Colton lost Hemet lost Palm Springs won Adler Jr. High won Perris lost Fontana lost Yucaipa won Hemet Rubidoux Alder Jr. High Perris Colton Fontana Sequoia Jr. High Palm Springs Sequoia Jr. High Indio Indio Dynamic Coach Ebbert Pat Murphy-pitcher, throws in a spine tingler! Coach Ebbert prays the play is good. Erich Berry tries to stop the unstoppable Kevin Cloyd. il gX5BS dss'f:Sf-:axis FF"-'TQ U N D E R C L A S S M Egg We N QQEE Eggs EQEE eseettelieeseeee st-.eu I Q, 'V e'- S C Q hs Q ess .. . , sea l 3 'P sg 1 heeeeeg eeeeeev seeeeve JUNIURS NE T STOP, 86 Mark Abbott Salvador Aceves Amber Adams Teresa Aguilar Dina Allen Lisa Allen Lois Allen Rita Allen Jeffrey Allsup Brian Anderson Sylvia Andrews Kimberly Arasim Alex Arce Scott Arnold James Austin Heather Autery Gina Baca Jim Bach Angie Baldwin Holly Balla Vincent Balsitis Jerry Bangayan Theresa Barbeau Marcella Barrios f f ff' Q I W ' tyl jihhvf ,w4"?'1 Beth Kirk and Christina Reeves are as huggable as Teddy Bears! ma, emily f ff 'F g Z . . . A ,, , , , A l ,W A si f 4 f ! ff ? f af Aff 401- f I V Z 4 f T " 4 W y f ir " X X Juniors. Jaymie Mora. Missy Morales, and Mi- chelle Harris show how they stick together, 1' uv .-1 , 9 ap 1 S 1 j A, ,,, 'Q J, ff V eh , Y 71' 2 ., Z 1 fa i W Wu 'K'-3 f C? Erreca Batchelor Debbie Beasley Anthony Benell Jorge Benitez Paul Bennett Gregory Berry Patricia Berry Michael Blacher Angie Blakely Aaron Blooding Ty Boggs Theresa Bolton Robin Boswell Jill Boudreaux Michelle Bradley Albert Branca Liane Brewer Timothy Bridenthal Greg Brinneman Jill Brockmeier Christy Brown Paul Brumund Rex Bryan Trisha Buikema Dave Bullard Don Burnside Scott Campbell Kitty Carr Jose Carrera Rodney Case Jeffery Cessna Vinayak Chaturvedi Frank Chieto George Childress Timothy Cicconi Darcy Clark Vesper Cleary Wendy Cleveland Kimberly Clifford Douglas Cockrum Joy Coffman Thomas Collins Oscar Colomo Lori Cook Doralynn Corona Robert Cosio Heather Creamer Chuck Crowder .. my 7 W X Af 4 f ,hx 5 rf WV K bi z H5 1 He 4 . ez . qw'-an 117' W.,- '-1153: 2 W--v V. 'A 'li Q... f f ' i f ,, " f H i w f I ' Q " gas ' ,.,r i P' fm, W, ,mifairrv '-sszfzizlxr L My 5 f ff ., ,,i, .. A K , ,, i ,,, ff iiccc 5 We 2, 2 1 fs 4 ai 'W 6 2 .,. 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Gerdes Paul Golub Julio Gomez Gilbert Gonzales Kriss Gordon Deborah Gottlieb Kim Grindstaff Shannon Groh Martha Guerrero David Gulley Susan Hachee Stacy Hackett W John Hadjis Kertiss Hall Matthew Hall Phaedra Hall Shelly Hall Chris Hamill Rebecca Hammoniree Debbie Hanks Eric Hansen Michelle Harris Donald Harvey Lisa Havens aw" mf' for his next centerfold f f iii it er-'lb f gf , 4 , A l , ,,. ,, , , ,q. i" ,,.' f I' " 1 , , Z F" ff " ' e Z si L if s ,fl V' X x ij Michelle Jensen Caryle Jessup Scott Jessup Laurie Jett Jeffrey Johns Deborah Johnson S Tanya Hehl Laurie Henion Stacy Hensley Paul Hepler Elva Hernandez Rosana Hernandez Denise Herson Jeffrey Herson Joni Hesselrode Mary Higgins Rhonda Hilleger Lisa Horning Robert Horton Shanda Horton Robert Huhn Sandra lsaacks Rafe Janikowski Stacy Jaurequi i Terry Sisco, alias iii in his lab. Scott Johnson Tammy Jones Keith Kaarup Susan Kinloch Beth Kirk Darrel Kirk Darrel O Kirk Duane Kirk Joe Kizler Karl Kooser Anthony Kreul Mandy Krouse Loven Kunav Tod Lafferty Mike Lamb Sheila Lambert Jackie Lasater Colton Lawrence Kathy Lee Harry LeGros Kim Lewis Traci Lewis Jaime Lisenbee Danyell Lockaton Emma Lopez Nathan Martinez Richard Martinez Ericka Matthies Polly Maxwell Michele Mazeikas -1122 " 1 rf. x f ff e 1 f f t 4 v r W F x Z 1 if , ,V M ff , ,g Rl, 2 N E ,yi '4 J . ., ., ,,, , ., Z 1 , 3 ,ww 1 K f Jw, ' - ,Vg .f gh' 1 hjiiufq' :wif if 2 ' Nqr w if treree J ig Z. 22 ,rv V ,QV 5 ff ixkff f ark 44 , , ,L,,,, ,..,, 4 W M , f rr F W 1 ' K? ,Q , 1 fx 1 , lg if 4 we V Xa. f ,x 1 5,1 ' fi f 1? 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Wendy Ort Kimberly Ovenshire Deborah Paliokas Teri Parker Terry Parker Aveleena Patino Kristen Peery Tina Perez Ronald Perkins Nicholas Peters Jenny Peterson Kynanne Petroff Paul Planansky Michael Porter Laura Putz Debbie Rabidou Norma Ramirez Robbie Ramirez -T' Guy Riley Herminia Rivera Joe Rivera Laurie Roberts Tracy Roberts Connie Rogers Paul Romant James Rombolcl John Rowan Dora Runcllett Debbie Salbato Jennifer Sandy Sandra Sandy Laurie Sauer Suzanne Shindler Brigitte Schlemmer Hazel Schoolcraft Tammy Schulze ,. ,S 'mr-QQ, 5- ,t t..... A EK K' S iff?" K HN rx? S1 Ns ik We was 1 Kristina Seeger Lena Serrano Kerry Shay - Erik Shearn Stephanie Shively X 1 qv, i Q ,Q is LK 1-ss . K .. S 6 Lori Shockley Mike Shoemaker Shane Shrader Bob Shumbres i Carol Shumbres Veronica Sifuentes Terrance Sisco K e xx' l ii as KK. ,ax - -I.: --ws .. It--mt , -i., if . s 'RQ N .QKi.,. K r th I Eff 22 . x f -fx? SE I px , X Q Ltibs :r:,:- Rhl X X XX ii if 2 i , ,x sm: V' X X x Kia: L . 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Sealed with a KISS Freddy Padgette Kristina Pancoast Krista Papac Deanna Paquette Jennifer Paquette Ginna Parra Anthony Patino Steve Paul Holly Pederson John Pena Julie Perea Betsy Peterson Bryan Peterson Kevin Peterson Madeleine Pettey Teresa Phillips Jody Phipps David Pierce Tim Pierson Jim Poirier Jody Powers Melissa Proxmire Pat Pruett Lisa Pulsifer M 51 me f as f 4 f 'V x . W -My J ic, 1-Av ' K J iff? ur- fflv fl , 7 l Y in V V 1-4 ,Q , 4 'J L ftp x 1 1' Q We Q f W' l 'Z 1' A., CTV 'GZ ,gs ' x Uzli ie i M, ,,, i Lisa Rangel M x Terina Ranson , H V i E, A .. Allan Rasmussen 'J L if , , Y llc' M' Angela Ratliff - ' f A l ' Ron Rawls 'J' in ' In Bryan Rector "ii V 3 , 6 w , Q ' '--PN if ,ll-' XA I- " l - ' a ,'ia f 1 LS' -if' f 1 ' 'T SJ ffl' 'jfqnf I li JN qw! pil 4 'IX X xl , fa fi if f J tim f Q , 4 . X 4 V ' I 4591: 5 gs-it f Lfl. pf X ' To cool for Elsinore High School!!! My-if 10' QQ f ni! . I sw I f, ' . 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KVTQJ x I ' , - r Efliifw, "fa, Freshman Paul Johnson poses for a smile!! What a "cold" freshmanll T tstt ii, Q ss sssssgggeeeee Egg We E Egg ssssss e Ee seg ,,q ee 'Q J J 9 9 So as 9 Q va saga al ma: aa of vig? oo? Q90 iii 'S'-3 333333 3359 0 oeeobbeb Ere v j' 9 s 'ee nu W L . Q ef . 4- 5' ,, ff, v , 333 is 33333333 Q 5x CVS' , QQSV x 'N A X F N me A59 ax .,,4,x.q- SL! qyfigpsigj JB k+E?5iEgXii35QJ Qiiflg?Pk,fdUAvX?xXN5!AV ' ,N 0, Xgfw W Q9 KW SF GP Q 5 X WW f b 9 A , 11.- J X ,X fy U XXL QV UQ if CJ CQ Ci UN fi ' QQ QV Q ,X XX X.,X 1 ' Clk fQX Q 1 N - V .W QV Vg, 56' 2' A x. Q W jf , K -QQEEQE E EQEEQ Egg E Eugiitseeee seen be .53 basses messes sssxxxs Q X T Q M Y gf .ass ' 6 , ?4 Sw, Pat Ainsworth Jim Bishop COLlr1S2lOf School Psychologist Hiya Gene Blackler Work Experience Coordinator f Carol Cmsthwaite Penn Decking Clarice Flower Lead Counselor Alternative Studies School Nurse Mr. Decking likes to play catch. Terry Cole, the principal, is the administrative chairperson, and is the head of the school. Mr. Cole is an extension of the superintendent. Be- cause of this fact, the total school program becomes his responsibility. He designates var- TID ious staff members to carry out specified func- tions under his directiong and, informs the su- perintendent as to the conditions of the school 1 T and the various activities which take place. Mr. Cole is a good man, with good intentions and can always be seen on and around campus. 1 Mr. Price says, "He did it", as he points an accusing finger. Pat Ainsworth at his favorite pastime. ftalking on the phonel 1 sit is 9 5 Y lsfswr i we 2 5 Stan Ford Rosemary Gordon Steve Haney Carol Johnson Tom Munteen Dennis Price Athletic Dir2CtOl' Counselor Dean of Students Activities Director Media Center Director Dean of Students TED KRAMER is the longest lived person in the administration. Not meaning that he is the oldest, but meaning that he has been here the longest. Mr. Kramer has been here for 18 years. Since he first came here, the school has grown over 3 times the size. He believes students are more concerned about college now than back in the sixties. At the same time he believes students are less interested in World and National affairs, but are more concerned with jobs and family relationships. Mr, Kramer's tenure here has resulted in many changes in his life. He met his wife working here, -, f right in room 702. He has held such jobs as Teacher, Counselor, Work Experience Coordinator, and Assistant Principal. His hair has turned gray, weight has increased, and an ulcer has developed while working here. Also four of Mr. Kramer's children have attended E.U.H.S., which at times created some interesting situations, and changes for him. Mr. Kramer was also in charge of mounting TIGER PRIDE on our gym for us. All in all, he feels the Cl1anQ6S have beef! beneficial for him. When asked about the opening of T.V,H,S., he responded by stating, "E.U.H.S. will hardly notice the opening of T.V.H,S. Although we will have 400 or so fewer students, by September of 1986, we will have over 2,000 students again, just as we do now." 3 t ai Carol Johnson playing "mail man." Mr. Kramer hard at work. Tom Munteen, our Christmas story teller. 4 ! aw - .. N, ,ws 531 Ill l-l ll i I5 190 -1:35 iflif. I NMZTT QIP i was sf E visa 1, i.2.i1':' f--- , Mit 151. 2 -K rr 1 ss , i 1- 1 - rr was W Sara Rekdahl Roger Reese Phyllis Tryon Dr. Hillin Olga Kokino Jack Stands isr Genette Sizer My husband and I moved from Colorado to accept teaching positions in 1964. It snowed the day we left. We packed everything we owned in a 1957 Ford and drove to Elsinore, a town neither of us had ever seen. The change involved a 10,000 foot decrease in altitude and an 850 increase in tem- perature. My classroom was located on the old campus at the top of the stairs where the junior high school office is now. The enrollment of the entire school was smaller than this year's freshman class. All the teachers sat around one library table for faculty meetings. Every ninth grade student in the school was required to take my English class. As a first year teacher, I related strongly to freshmen be- cause we were all eager, young, and painfully new. That winter Elsinore had a freak snow storm and all the students suddenly jumped up and ran out- side in a frenzy of excitement. I was completely taken by surprise. Snow, to me, was anything but unusual. We stood there overlooking the lake and watched the campus palm trees fill up with snow. After the present high school building was completed, I taught under a modular scheduling system. Some classes only met two o three times a week, permitting students free time outside every other day. During that year, I started the Advanced Placemen English program with two sections of AP. In addition, I taught Creative Writing, and both Sophomore and American Literature. also had three students enrolled in a class that met 15 minutes each day to write songs. In 1980 we planned a class called Vocabulary Power to increase SAT scores. At the end of the semester students carried a petitio to continue the class a second semester and by their own choice studied 3000 words that year. This is still a valuable and popula class. My husband and I have watched Elsinore grow for over twenty years. We are now teaching children of our former students. W have witnessed style changes from mini skirts and long, ironed hair to designer jeans or mohawks. The faces belong to differen people, the clothes and to some extent the attitudes change, but education remains the same. Students still need direction to fulfil their potential. They still need to inquire and to develop. And I still love to meet them, to encourage them, to try to become a beneficial part of their lives. ii EMA jj 29' wr.: f' ff- rrgizmsggw' , nf. ,.. ii' 'fWifr'w: . , ' ' - 3: A' ' A3551 ... ... ,kg x ,.. g I ill, is Y I Y L. . r l . J sssi s':QL'I'2k I Pam Ford Sheri Pittman Bobbie Coughlin Margaret Akers Judy Johnson Judy Lippold I l l Elsinore Union High School as always been a sleeping giant. Only in the last few years, how- ever, have we seen it begin to snort and choke as it awakens and opens its eyes to the growth and progress of the 1980's. ' When l came to the Elsinore Valley, there were about 400 students attending a dingy, dusty high school on the banks of a newly-filled Lake Elsinore. I think there were 20 teachers on the staff, at the most. Students' attitudes about themselves and their school were negative and provincial, understandably so, since the nearest "civilization" was Riverside or the beach, which seemed almost unreachable then, because few students could afford cars or gas. There were teenagers in those days who had never been to Los Angeles, out of state, or even to Riverside. The education these students received was ba- sic and predictable. There were few college prep classes fcertainly no A.P. coursesl, few electives, and little, if any, motivation to learn and to advance individual knowledge or skills, Career outlooks were bleak, although many graduates from that period have gone on to be very successful in professions and careers. Sports were important, but our athletic facilities were poor and our spirit low. We seldom took league champions, or even came in second or third. Jim Davis Progress and time have changed all that, however. With the influx of hundreds of families, the growth of housing developments and the increase of industry and business here, Elsinore High has entered the age of technology and sophistication, sometimes slowly, sometimes reluctantly, to become one of the best high schools in Riverside County. Our campus is large and its grounds groomed, our student body is stretching to reach 2,100, and our staff of teachers and classified personnel number over 150. Students are going on to universities and colleges, training for trades and occupations, learning about modern agriculture and horticulture, and writing and reading more skillfully than ever before. Pride, spirit and a new realization of the world around them are qualities of the student of EUHS today. l like the change, and I am proud to have been an observer of and a participant in it. While we are still growing and changing, I can see only positiveness and benefits from those advances. No longer do students here hang their heads because they are from a "small school," no longer are they limited to attending community colleges in order to catch up so they can eventually attend a university. My teaching methods and my attitudes toward teaching have also changed, I think. Hopefully, I've broken away from what was traditional land often irrelevantl, and I am now teaching those skills and that knowledge which is useful and necessary in today's world. While it is still, and always will be, a struggle to reach students who don't care about their own educations, I think I have learned to overcome some of that resistance to learning by emphasizing skills which students can see as relevant and which they will appreciate more as they grow older and wiser, which they will. I try to stay current with what is happening with my profession and with the subject matter I teach, just as Elsinore High is meeting the future with raised expectations and with a new understanding of what it faces if it is to educate its students for the next century. .3 . Y? W x Nick Anderson Mitch Brown Sandra Fuller Richard Gordon Darrell Hartzell Leonard Levy Maury Longfellow Judy Mig O fic 9 3 .,,9f'f'f U ' K ll 7 1' 1 l l 4 Y I lx l X 0 x I x Q N ' X ol X ogylllfrnvrrfnqrr- " X' Hxxsxxssunu--- -- - -' " ' 's S". B I ',l wx :Q Il -.. M , ,f 'V' X h 1-Wt '. 'I ss. 'J ' sss A it "pl 's V, EX 'ii ' ' ,f Chairman of the Math Department, Speerro Patakas 5. :.- Q X 2 f V, .f I 'U' " -x Mr. Patakas, being an extremely knowledgeable person, " , g ' ' gave me two quotes, the lst. is for the math students E-I 'V 4+ ff' , and that is "Errare est Humanaef' I f "x E .7 ,' '-,x X The 2nd. message is to the department is "Cogito, ergo 'il f, '-,, 'xx sum." This interview was very quick, but in that short ,' ,' 'at X time I found Mr. Patakas to be a very brilliant and K 9' fr xx, 1' student oriented teacher. Q 1 s kcfl xxx X Xs.l S , r igiixsktw Mr. Corral as Math Department "Old Hat" fp V ' ' K . . --'ROWNEP Saw Q' 'Q' as ' AN xxx Q xr W t gsm? 52, S X. Ng? 3 U ti J w X, 'A S l 5 Susan Fahlberg Carol Gor on Charlie Johnson M A fihflldd K 7 71 ,g +L!! K gan? 'fofcc 610 12,40 55051 Z Ce! US fffcajfgyzd Chairman of the Science Department, John Gonzales ,CLLZL Dn approaching the mad scientist, who was wearing a long vhite jacket, I took extreme caution. Not Knowing what would Je next. While speaking with him l noticed his students did not 'efer to him as Mr. Gonzales but rather as "Hey Gonzo. This :truck me as rather odd but l tried to go on with the interview. l asked him what he would like to tell us about the history of his ob as Chairman of the science Department. He replied with ihe following. 'Many years ago in Transylvania, Dr. Frankenstein used elec- rical energy to give life the motionless form on the laboratory able. Unfortunately, he made a monster. Biologists, 8: scien- ists who specialize in the study of life, have been trying to solve the mystery of Mwhat is life?". With the help of Chemists, ohysicists, geologists, eytologists, endocrinologists, etc. , ihe problem is still unsolved, but now we have a better under- standing of the structure and function of living organisms." Vlr. Gonzales seemed very much willing to share his knowledge with anyone who approached him. Mr. Dave Starr the "Old Hatl' of the Science Department. "I picture myself fighting the battle against ignorance and sloth, in addition to supplying the Science Department with the Umbilical Award each year. If 'G Z fu -1 fu 9- ,-. :r O F O :s U ow :J :s rc In co m Q. ffl -4 2 cu U7 o 'U 'U I l S I ,1 5 I Q 0 ,-- 's - Q - Q ' 9 , -, s In - x 4 1 1 , I, 1' V ss Q I f ' If 8 ls x Q I 1 I ! S ' , If -X xx N ID -A S0 ba . .W ' lg? If A ' . . t,,.,.w,.,.,e- -zewyaft 1' ' , 'r ST L CI -A ND A fm" f W . -aa 'f .. it H g 5 I ' S Q s . 5 ai, mamma? X ww .,. -.hk- -. S X' Akkk ' - N X 'X Lew John Blakemore Mike Brouwer Matt Craven Duane Cournoyer Mike Fages ,' ? ' I ' u I , I ' : ," E v-. ," 2 .X '-,Q ir : - u xx "--. ,-' 3 ' I X : x X . -. f 1 X f - . . .,- TI x N 5 '- 3 -X s . 1 ' -- gv I, s S g . ,C J Q. W., is I' ,. I ,,,,,,,, I' ' ll . I . ll . f. . ,I ',4' is - .4 ',4" s A .4 . 0' ,:"" X I "' X I x - xi . X : I I . Stan Crippen is a teacher of the Social Science department who is very much loved on the campus. He has been here for 10 years and he had the following things to say bout the changes that have taken place during that time. "Elsinore has changed a great deal since I came here 10 years ago. The school at that time had 750 students and Mr. Boyle and I were the only U.S. History teachers. The school was so small that I had a chance to get to know nearly every student. I miss that personal contact that comes with a small student body. Today the student body seems to be more intelligent and more motivated toward success in life. I enjoy teaching as much, or more than I ever have at Elsinore High School and the students and staff are to blame for that! I would also like to recognize Mr, Boyle for providing that father image that I so desper- ately needed as I came to Elsinore High Schoolf' Stan Crippen I ...sw For years Mr. Boyle has graced the presence of Elsinore High School. He is currently the Social Science chairman and here are a few words from him talking about the department. "I count my years at Elsinore High School among some of the most enjoyable and meaningful years of my life. Interacting with the stu- dents and staff here at Elsinore has given me a personal fulfillment that would be unmatched by working at any other school. I have also gained a warm feeling in my heart from watching the Social Science department grow in unity and excellence over my years here. The friendships I've made with Ed, Duane, Loretta, Stanley, Matt, Pat and all my other co-workers, have made this more than just a job to me. I am also appreciative of the Administrators, whom I've rubbed shoul- ders with as they have shared their leadership expertise with me. Most of all though, I am grateful to the plethora of young adults who have kept me young at heart. I would just be very content to spend the rest of my days working among the young people of Elsinore valley." . Tom Boyle Kas spoken through the mouth of Stan Crippenl Stan Crippen 3 2 Ed Jones Mike Mc Kinney Randy Shultz Loretta Smithson Steve Sparkman Vw ' an u "' Y? 23 us 45 :egg ff wa ' The three junketeersg Ed Jones, Duane Cournoyer, and Tom Boyle on their trip to Russia. Mark Williams Ralph Arroyo Archie Cain Terr Foreign Lang y McPherson Fine Arts Fine Arts IN 11' TS FI .a ND UN Wa .I Q 'x , X K 4' X lb ls ,ll -is E 0' 1' I FY- X 4 I X, x 0 ss x r 1 ' ' I Q c ' ' g',,, OQOX Felipe Ortiz listed these changes in his many years of service at Elsinore High School: 1. The student body has increased from less than 400 students to more than 2,000 2. The school plant has changed from the present Elsinore Jr. High to the modern facilities we have today. 3. Foreign Language used to have lbeside regular classroomsl a Language Labora- tory with all kinds of equipment, a teach- er aide, offices for teachers, and student- teachers from other countries. 4. The school required only 2 full time For- eign Language teachers, now we have 4. If I I 1 Hi, Jim Nolen Foreign Lang Bill Olsen Cindy Vinckel Fine Arts Foreign Lang Sandra Petersen Dept Chairperson 'fgiaeff in S .J If F I si I Q Gary Mieyr Sonja Wilson Business Business 4" ol K . 1 1' X i X D to 1 e X ' X 0 9 K I K I K Q N O X ar:Q4f,,,,' farqurnvgpiirav-up Q: ,I ,f r ', ln., ,I . I, c N If NN 4 I 0' .D i' 9 0' 54 Q 0 .t ' , rl. S 3 .X "-. 'i O ' t 'nm 'qu b. 0. I' -" .Q O 1 s. s a' 'I' N, . ' i ll 'I' 2 xxx lx O ' 's x 1 ' -, , ll Sandy Higgins, Home Ee. "There have been many changes in my 17 years here at Elsinore. The curriculum has been updated, sewing machines are easier to operate, patterns are simpler, and micro- wave oven cooking is now incorporated in food's classes. The students have changed, too. There's more interest in color and fash- ion, clothes are more fun, and make-up and hairstyles are more creative." Helen Murray Dept. Chairperson "Over the past few years, it has been noticed that our students have be- come much more cooperative, inter- ested, and caring. We are happy to see this positive change in attitude. We have grown in class sizes in Home Ec as is reflected in the overall enrollment, but because of available space we are still a Zeteacher dept. We feel we could serve the students more effectively if we could add another teacher and more course offerings. Our goals are to help prepare young people for the adult living that is sure to follow high school. We hope to develop interest in home, family and all the activities related to successful adult living." UUDEE ' ' ii i? V f Ns: A i t i r V r ,,,.f V 1 .f V If E I L, V. .V i ,W X g 5 5 " Qin' , Z 5 f ,, V J , 4 Q s 1 5 3 425742 T, , , - I , -if ,ww ,i ' fs gf. if We H . ri. ' Ifn"' we A iigh t V Qvgbfgfa ce rag, 914, el , . 1 fir' f t "" il g .H ,H JJ W, , ,E ,,,5,,,i,.. W, W.. s , . , , . ,,,...f,,w-1' I 2 iw ' as , , we Linda Westfall Roger Blake Marti Brown Charlie Johnson Bud Kane Holly Romero Basketball PE Careers, Health Weights Dance ---...,--,-- - I l. ,- : X X v x ' x 3 NX I 5 x 1' 5 1 X , x l N . ,F ffl s ,, ' . I, .Q I, 1 1 I" - i ' 0 ' i I v s' i- ' Q ig, if In j . i o s V, 4' . " ', I' ' N i ll' I" I , . I, , .x i' . Westfall caught off guard? is 5, Q. X s s ss t -:- A LAAV- I . K QQXSV if -l,. Q g SB" ,te if swxs N eil? " 5 was tit-. waeibryg f 'silt s S Careers, Gymnastics 1 In my twelve years of coaching and teaching Physical Education at Elsinore High School l have seen a lot of things and people come and go. E.U,H.S. PE program has grown from four teachers and 600 students to twelve involved teachers and almost 2000 students. Locker and storage room has doubled in size with the addition of a fantastic weight room and spacious dance and wrestling facility. When l took over as baseball coach in 1974, players, coaches, and community supporters rebuilt the Varsity Baseball facility. We installed a crushed brick infield and built dugouts with storage. Today E.U.H.S. can be proud of having one of the finest baseball facilities in Riverside County. Athletics at E.U.H.S. have been a tradition long before my time and will continue with the dedication and hard work of coaches, teachers, administrators, and concerned community supporters. I would like to thank supporters like Wilma Ritchey, Carmelita McMillan, and all the business 8: support groups for making our athletic program a total success. I am proud to be a small part of the program. You can say I have "Ti ger Pride." Randy Brown, longest in dept. The physical education depart- ment has continued to have a var- ied program to many interests. This year the staff has also chosen to emphasize the California fitness test to help students better evalu- ate their personal progress and give recognition to those with out, -f standing performances. Dept. Chairperson, Joyce Brad- ley Mr. Williams and Mr. Blake try to figure out what's going on. ' as A 1 SSQQLSQ sim M ,unaw- I , q Lisa Anderson-Agriculture Larry MirandavAuto Lee Watson-Welding Snow Thornsberry-Dept. Chairperson ". s "lt was a hot mid August day. The noon sun pressed hard on the baked earth as l stepped from my car in the parking lot of EUHS. Until now l had envisioned Elsinore as a sleepy little town whose only industry appeared to be a swap meet at the west end of the lake. Elsinore, what an unusual name, l thought. Looking at the quaint country school, so far removed from the city, I felt a sense of peace. As l walked the campus l tried to imagine the school in ten years and a little voice inside kept whispering something wonderful is going to happen here. Nearly ten years later the prophetic voice is still whispering and wonderful things are still happening. Our school has come a long way from being that quaint campus nestled in the foothills of the Ortegas. Academically, vocationally, extracurri- cularly, and spiritually our school is actualizing the standards of excellence that the steady hands and sound leadership of our administration envisioned. Elsinore High is living up to it's commitment to produce educated citizens who will take their place and effectively participate in the rapidly changing multi- dimensioned world of the 80's. GO BIG RED. " John Ebbert, longest in dept. 1 Cl I-I l-l Z rl Mr. Ebbert and Mr. Thornsberry collaborate on department decisions. 199 --X ,,.y' Z 'l V fy f XM W? 3 . ,,.,,., ,W Y ,, li ,. at 4 me f 4 ff QM! Sue l.ecou Rick Milam Elin Thomas Eileen Warren Dennis Boyer, Department Chairperson "Although R.O.P. stands for Regional Occupational Program, the instructors believe that it stands for Resource of People. R.O.P. develops workers for contemporary employment through real-life training providing diversified industry with knowledgeable employees, ready for a real world." "It has been rewarding having shared the experiences of the students as they prepare for their new adven- tures into the world of work." i " tg. , ., " ,Q SET' fa . 4 . Vf. R 'fi' . if sp- i s. A ..., ...f 1 ,Q ' i 4-.if A gii' i Katie Olsen Steve Petsche Doris Smith Frank Beeman Pat Byrne Prudence Faulkner 'v I ', ' s I . I x , "Elsinore High School has one of the best Special Educa- ed with. lt's the best! l tion Programs that l have ever work d ne of their a lot of other schools an no have worked at n even compare to Elsinore's." ,' K I X I x I 1 I . I 1 I I I I , . , . r z . If ', .li,--,.-'ru ,, ' ' ..... .. 1 .----- Il" x ,J x ,I 5 I X 1' S If - xx R ,r' , xx V 'M' Special Ed. programs ca . , , , st I - . . 0 e Q, '. f ..- '. .5 T A ll fr '-.S K ' ,I S. u I. 9',' xxx. Xu g ff, STX ll Q Ip' 'xxx if' Larry Allen, Department ' Chairperson ln our country all children are given an opportunity to learn, and most people, when they think about school children, in general, usually categorize them as bright, average or dull. There is, however, an F entire class ol student, the exceptional child, which deviates significantly from the norm in their ability to learn. These are the very gifted, the retarded, the blind, the deal, the crippled, the delinquent, and the emotionally disturbed. Special Education teachers are trained to teach these exceptional children. cial student When I came to Elsinore about ten years age, we had only three small classes for the spe ' ' d atch-all, called the Opportunity Class, as big an EMR class, one for the LH llearning handicappedl an a c ' EUHS we have four LH classes and two Resource Classes ln as the other two combined, Today, at addition, the County maintains on our campus one class tor the Severely Emotionally Disturbed. Altogether, slightly more than 100 exceptional students are serviced here about 5"7o of the student population at the High School, . . h Students in the LH classes spend the majority of the school day with the Special Education teac er at least three periods per day, most usually spend four periods per day in the Special Day Class. l have a number who spend live periods per day with me. On the other hand, students in the Resource Program , M usually spend one, occasionally two periods per day with the Resource Teacher, The majority of their ' ' I V I ' d h are in Resource for specific remediation tor help in ' Frank Beeman classes are in the regular program, an t ey reading or maths, say. There are specific procedures for placement in Special Programs, established by State and Federal Law. As an example, a student cannot be placed in these programs without specific permission lsignedl from t be removed from these programs without their parents or guardian. By the same token they canno permission of their parents. vii' ,ww 201 ru QE -,DJ D11 gm 833 2.3 Q-N Q0 F CL Deanna Belt has been serving our student body for eleven years and has enjoyed help- ing students with their future careers in life, Working with the students of Elsinore High School has enriched her life in various ways. Guiding stu- dents into a positive direction is what she does best. She has seen many changes in the past few years at Elsinor Union High School, she feels that the students are not as apathetic as they were in pre- vious years. She feels that the students have a sense of pride and dignity more than they ever have before. Mrs. Belt has helped students be- come more interested in their future goals and also their fu- ture careers in life. She is overjoyed with the progress of our student body. Mrs. Belt has been a very impor' tant part of our classified staff, without her we wouldn't be successful in our future ca- reers. av ssfis- Leroy Burnley Larry Caley night custodian custodian 202 Elaine Archer Dennis Baker Gail Borths Marge Barager Pat Bundy media Center aide night custodian. Snack bar aide. Snack bar aide. campus aide. Dave Corey P.E. Custodian Chuck DeShazer Linda Duncan custodian counseling center aide Wm? was 5 Corinne George Bookeeper . 5 .:g. S R .. ' .. k-- .. .,-. , 1 , E . s fifliisi it W Harriet Hamilton Linda Handley Linda Hanks Jeannie Hersey Dolores Holmes Regina Hopper snack bar aide snack bar aide counseling aide media center aide reading lab aide special ed, aide. NDave Jones' a special man with lspecial talents. Dave Jones has served our student body for the lpast 9 years now, and has be- lcome the star custodian on cam- pus. With his gentle smile and kind words he outshines most of xhis generation. His special tal- ents that he utilizes are numer- ous, His greatest talent is mak- ,ing people smile when they are down and out. With his kindly smile, and his gentle face, I don't believe no other person could take his place. si., Az fue ' 1 W i wal' ze 3? 4' 1 . L31 wh! Louise Hollister snack bar aide f W er 1 i 1 ? i U M? l M Mmm! Marie Hoyle Florence Johnson Charles Jordan Sandy Longmore Rita Machado Nancy Manusos snack bar Supervisor ASB Secretary VEA aide Deans' Secretary english math aide SHIP aide i ,,,7,, ,, C Sylvia Medina Kim Miles Special Ed. Aide Special Ed. Aide 3 S s Q , X' rr t W wr XX XP N to Gi, I N xxtx Z,,,. , ,, . ,, it ,M - .. fqrrql H J , 4 ' iiii 5 2 f "-- . i' r as Y rg is is 'x 5 C E2 5 H S I K 'Q C Brenda Moore Louise Murray Shirley Murilio Betty Park Asst. PrirICi1JallS Counseling Secretary Special Ed. Aide Registrar Secretary Testerman and Bundy takes a break from "rounding up" students, 204 Ginger Parks Lorraine Poidimani Richie Rabb Sue Rasmussen Mary Rego Principal's Secretary Snackbar Campus Supervisor Night Custodian Attendance Clerk ' VV M V .. i'i , ' tiit - A, iff, V ,Vw-wr. .Zeit 'lfuf'-7?9fff ,wb X X, X N .1,.., . , X, - ,. . X .- -4 Q: we .- ae. fuses A me -- Q . ' X V K ,, ..r, '?::. fgs'-1 . i , swam, . . , . . T- - . . fr -:NM i E ik , 1 f . apt. 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Special times and spechH.Hiends can be separated by time and miles, but our memories live on into the Sunset! Ak 'W-f :Vw gs. sas?-Sf W 210 june 20th brings an end to a wonderful year filled with joy, tears, hard work, and laughter Si' .38 We must Roundup our dreams and hopes, ' for tomorrow begins our days of Success 'QY?':1t:x ! 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Lindgren Keith Loving you dearly I could never stop' cause you are the inspiration that always kept me going. I ' Love your little sis Sheila Galo Dee Rob Jim Geno Mel Kellie Adrame never say goodbye? Tommy and John you two taught me about real friendships I love you Michelle I want to thank students teachers and friends at Elsinore My host family for their great hospitality Last but not least I want to thank the best parents one can have for their support and for making this year possible J V Kantola To Flojo, Hans, Joe, and Anders "Don't you forget about me" From: The simple minds with the big eyes! PS. we like Schauen aut du! My memories of best friends J.J, J.J. DB. C,L. M.M. are some of the best and crazy times of my life. Tryouts I ll never forget' getting varsity together. My most precious productions and Marti Brown- Kellie Dad and Mom Thanks for all your love and support through my years of life so tar I love you very much Yours truly M Lindgren Melissa Meredith Gwen Rob Jim Monica My best wishes to you and I love you all Rafe and Greg my special buddies Love you Cristina 555 5565 5556656555 666656555555655555555555666555655565565555666666565E xii 2 6 656 5 566556556565555555666 5 566 5 6 65 6656656 6656565555555566656 215 S EERE EE EEEEEEE ES. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE EEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE EEE EEEEEEEEEEE EE. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES. 216 4,22EEEEE!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERE!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES EEEEE 55510 1985 Heritage Thrif t 65'-,Loan Uqssocia tion l Thomas W. Grove Bunch Manager 31900 Mission Trail O Lake Elsinore, CA 92330 17141 674-7761 28455 Front Street 0 Rancho California, CA 92390 ' 17143 676-2101 ' japanese Year Of The Buffalo Guaranteed Success I 1 I ei THE CALIF RNILH 1, Congratulatlons Class of 1 985 1 N 7 sn.:-1 I--u11L:r:vx:LL.,'::.'h' Congratulations Class of 85 28677 Front Street Suite J PO. Box 970 Temecula 676-5771 676-4315 sig,-1 Engaged? 212 S MAIN STREEI FO BOX 475, FALLBQOOK CAUFORNIA 92028 A l I lo1Q1 728-2265 Then you'll be thinking about wedding stationary: invitations 8: matching accessories, by Sunset West and Stylart, Choose from a wide variety of styles and price ranges. Opening Summer 85 Rancho California Donna's Wedding Invitations 674-7617 1148. Main St. Suite D, Lake Elsinore is 333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ JJ!! 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Four Corners Office: C7142 674-6814 A.llIldlly'HfIll1t'b Hullquel l'Ill'lYI'lll'J Ujwll lhulr .i....gg..1 GERRY CABALO, M.D., INC. 52.5.EEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES. . 0 'Ea ' YIMVQJ NURSERIES set Good Luck to the Class of 85 your goals and strive t ' ve th . ew RONMENTAL oevetopens :Nc O adn? em Best wlshes from tht VIDEO VISION LAKE ELSINORE WESTMINSTER 32675 MISSION TRAIL 15640 BROOKHURST RENTAL 81 SALES 47145 674 2171 l714I 8393120 LOCATED AT: 16746-B LAKESHORE DR. NEAR STATER BROS. MKT. 674-4355 MOVIE 8a EQUIPMENT 1 Gallon Plants Most 5 Gallon Shrubs Most 3 95 5 Gallon Uprlght Shrub Most 4 95 15 Gallon Trees Most 24 95 24 Box Tree Most 89 95 Ground Cover Per Flat Most 5 95 I VI . . 1 Deal Direct wi he grower , . , . , , .... , ,S .98 5 Gallon Trees, Most , , . , , . , . . . .5.95 '..Q T' F1 2 M , . .... .,..,,,,..,,,, . , . . 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Jill 172 Partin, Tara 164 Stafford, Drue Adams fKreiner, Susan 170, 59 Colomo, lda 172 Patino, Regina 62 Staich, Marla 169 Aguilar, Jennifer 170 Colosky, Sheri 185 Patterson, Richard 164, 86 Stamp, Michael 166 Ahrend, Eric 170, 120 Compos, April 172 Paulk, Dorsey 164 Standefer, Tasha 166, 120 Akers, Layne 170, 136, 103 Conchola, Tina 172 Peck, Stacy 164 Stekkinger, Brian 166, 125, 112 Alarcon, Claudia 170, 55 Constant, Sheila 172 Perkal, David 164 Stevenson, Bryan 166, 100 Albert, Corinne 170 Coo, Camille 172 Petersen, Netherlee 164 Stewart, Allison 166 Alexander, Gina 170 Cook, Anthony 172, 88 Peterson, Anna 169, 128 Stone, Denise 169 Allred, Krissy 170 Cordova, Patricia 173 Peterson, Keith Strain, David 166 Alsnauer, Jennie 170, 64 Corona, Doreen 173 Peterson, Teresa 164, 128 Stuwe, Kimberly 42 Alvarado, Sonia 170 Cosic, Hugo 173, 103 Phillips, Diane 164, 116, 128 Suer, Darin 166 Anaya, Charles 170, 120 Cowgill, Shelly 173 Phillips, John 169 Smmers, Tasha ArcadyfMiller, James 185 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Henry, Joel 175 Henry William 175 Hepler Kelly 176 Herman Julie 185 Hernandez Frank Hernandez Ludivina 176 Hernandez Reginald 176 1 3 Hervosma Stacy 183 Hilleger Rhonda 185 Hmkle Lonnie 176 Hisle Daniel 185 Hodges Sean 176 Hoffman Vicki 176 Hogue James 176 Holman Cami 176 Honeycutt Raymond 176 120 Horne Vickie 176 Horton izeiser Walter 185 Howry 5havvn176 88 Humprhrey IO N Tammi 176 Hutt James 185 Ingle Daphne 185 Jackson Eric 176 Jackson Leroy 176 Jackson Michael 176 Jackson Russell 176 James Leila 176 59 Janse Franxis 176 Jauncey William 176 Jaynes fProct Annamarie Jeffrey Cheryl 185 Jelkin Gregory 185 Jennings Michael Jennings Michelle 176 Jirout George 176 Johnson John 176 88 Johnson Paul 176 Johnson Shawnna 176 Jones Kenneth Jordan Alan Jorgensen Shavvnna Junker Amy 176 Karasoulas Nasys 176 9 Kavanaugh Brian 185 Keller Michael 176 Kelly Daniel 176 Kennedy Crystal 176 Kent James 176 88 Kettinger Steve 177 Kibala Britt 177 Kidwell John 185 Klllingsworth, Patrick Kim, Chan 185 Kim, 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Mack, Jennifer 178 Maddox, Leah 178 Madofi, Tanya 185, 66 Magdaleno Yvonne 185 Makepeace Fred 178 Manderscheid Kimi 178 92 1 5 Marba Wendy 178 Marcell Denise 178 92 Marcotte Janella 185 Marquez Brenda 178 125 Martin Jason 178 Martinez Danielle 178 Martinez Miguel 178 Martinez Omar 185 Matthews Marie 178 Mattke Kellie 185 McCoy Elroy Lisa 178 Fadden Kimberly Ghee Edgar 178 Gregor Mike 178 103 Kew Jo 178 Laughlin Jay 178 Leod Patricia 178 Sherry John 178 Medina Ruben 173 Meehl Darci 178 Mehmen Michael 178 Meidlein Kimberly 185 Mellor David 178 88 Melton Bonnie 185 Mendoza Gloria 178 Mendoza Rcsendo 178 Meza Jose 185 88 Meza Obdulia 185 Miech Chanda 178 Miech Prouchan 179 Miller Brian 179 Miller Christopher 179 Miller David 179 88 Miller Jason 185 Miller Johnny Miller Kimberley 179 Miller Yvonne 179 Miller Trinet 185 Moesta Mark 179 Monastesse Monique Montana Monty 179 Montgomery Byron Moore Lisa 179 92 Moore Stewart 179 Moquin Leon 185 Mora Chad 179 Mora, Gaynor 179 Morales, Michael 179, Moreno, Juan 179 Morgan, William 179 Morrell, Jason 179 Morrison, Kim 179 Morse, Amie 185 Morua, Elogio 179 Movius, Scott 185 Murphy, Timothy Murphy, Pat 136, 137 Myers1Sheehan, Tracy 185 Nance, Jason Natschke, Robert Neal, Kimberly 179 Neill, Mindi 179, 55 Nelson, Katherine 179 Nesselrode, Heidi Ngo, Dat 179 Nguyen, Nhung 185 Nickell, Michelle 185, 66, Norton, Don 179 Nuzum, Tommy 185 Nyman, Dominique 179 O'Blenness, David 179 O'Connor III, Lloyd 185 O'Dowd, Tami 179 O'Neal, Tammy 130 Oakley, Kimberly Ochoa, Enrique 185 Odekirk, Douglas 185 OhlendorffSch, Erin 179 Olsen, Kim 179 omz, Dan 179, ss, 89, 136 Padgett, Freddy 180, 88 Padgett, Jerry 185 Pancoast, Kristina 180, 59, 58 Papac, Krista 180, 55 Paquette, Deanna 180 Paquette, Jennifer 180 Parco, Anthony Park, Kimberly Parra lVirreyl, Georgina 180 Patino, Anthony 180, 88 Paul, Steve 180 Paule, David 185 Payne, Elisabeth 185 Pedersen, Holly 180 Pena, John 180, 60 Peouchanda, Miech 185 Perea, Julie 180 Perez, Tamron 185 Perret Catherine Persing Shaun 185 Petersen Betsy 180 Peterson Bryan 180 Petersen Wendy 185 Peterson Kevin 180 120 Pettey Madeleine 180 Pfingston Kerry 185 Phillips Jamie 185 Phillips Teresa 180 Phillips Todd 185 Phipps Jody 180 88 Pierce David 180 Pierson Tim 180 Pigeon Beverly 185 130 Piper Ilana Poirier Jr James 180 Pollard Robert 185 Powers Jody 180 182 55 Powers Stephonie 185 Proxmire Melissa 94 95 180 Pruett Pat 180 Puckett Brett Pulsifer Lisa 180 Puszert Scott 185 Rackstraw Robert Rangel Lisa 180 51 Ransom Terina 180 Rasmusson Allan 180 Ratliff Angela 180 Rawls Ronald 180 88 Rector Bryan 180 Reid Tammy 185 Rein Stacy 181 Renfrow Dana 181 Reyes Deanna 185 Reyes Donald 181 Rhine Candace 185 Rhodes David 185 120 Rials Kim 185 Rials James 185 Rich Catherine 185 Richardson Jon 185 Richmond Kimberly 185 Riley Christopher Ringquist1Pet Earl 181 Rios Rick 181 136 112 Rivard Paul 185 Rivera Elvia 181 60 Rivera Janette 181 55 Roberts, Cheryl 181 Roberts, Christina 181 Robinson, Nicole 181 Roe, 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195 Bradley, Joyce 198 Brants, Maris 3 Brouwer, Mike 194, 45 Brown, Marti 198 Brown, Mitch 192 Brown, Randy 198 Bundy, Pat 202, 204 Burnley, Leroy 202 Byrne, Pat 201 Cain, Archie 196, 74, 75 Campbell, Randy 105 Caley, Larry 202 Chaffin, Norm 3 Chaffin, Karen 3 Cole, Terry 188, 2, 3 Corey, Dave 202 Corral, Ray 192, 123, 122 Coughlin, Bobbie 191 Cournoyer, Duane 194, 195 Craven, Matt 194, 87 Jones, Dave 203 Jones, Ed 195 Jordan, Charles 203 Kane, Bud 198, 84, 129 Kane, Clark 3 Kokino, Olga 190, 45, 68 Kipling, Gary 132 Kramer, Ted 189, 3 Lasater, Irene 3 Lauritzen, Nancy 200, 64 Lecou, Sue 200 Levy, Leonard 192 Lippold, Judy 191 Longfellow, Maury 192 Longmore, Sandy 203 Machado, Rita 203 Mackey, Dina MacLean, Doug 103, 102 Manusos, Nancy 203 Maw, Larry 3 Medina, Sylvia 204 McKinney, Mike 195 McPherson, Terry 196, 56 Mieyr, Gary 197 Mieyr, Judy 192 Milam, Rick 200 Miles, Kim 204 Miranda, Larry 199 Moore, Brenda 204 Muntean, Tom 189 Murray, Helen 197 Murray, Louise 204 Murillo, Shirley 204 Nolen, Jim 196, 89, 88, 110, Olson, Katie 201 Olson, Meredith 193 Olson, Bill 196 Ortiz, Felipe 196 Park, Betty 204 134, 135 Parks, Ginger 204 Patakas, Sperro 192 Petersen, Sandy 193 Petsche, Steve 201 Phillips, Patricia 3 Pittman, Cherri 191 Poindimani, Lorraine 204 Polehill, Gary 124 Price, Dennis 188, 189, 3 Rabb, Richie 116, 117, 204 Rasmussen, Sue 204 Reed, Danny 193 Reese, Roger 190 Rego, Mary 204 Rekdahl, Sara 190, 70, 71 Ridgeway, Sheila 205, 45 Ritchey, Tom 96, 124 Rodriguez, Diane 205 Romero, Hollee 198 Ropp, Lutie 205 Rettmger, Pete Ross, Carol 205 Crippen, Stan 194, 126, 320, 32E Shultz, Randy 195, 124 Cruz, Mike 194 Sizer, Genette 190 Crosthwaite, Carol 188 Smith, Doris 201 Davis, Jim 191, 66 Smithson, Loretta 195 Davolt, Billie 90, 130 Sopp, Ernie 193 Decking, Penn 188, 127 Sorber, pat 205 Deshazer, Chuck 202 Sparkman, Steve 195, 100 Duncan, Linda 202 Stands, Jack 190 Ebbert, John 199, 137 Starr, David 193 Fages, Mike 194, 132 Strong, Daniel 3 Fahlberg, Susan 193 Szabo, Julie 205 Faulkner, Prudence 201 Testerman, Mickey 205, 204 Flower, Clarice 188 Tl10rrlBS. Elin 200 Ford, Pam 191 Thornsberry, Snow 199 Ford, Stan 189 Tryon, Phyllis 190 Fuller, Sandy 192 Upson, Larry 3 George, Corinne 202 Vicnaire, Sadie 205 Gibson, Beverly 3 Vallefucco, Mike 113, 112, 110 Gonzales, John 193, 61 Viera, James 110 Gordgn, Richard 192 Vinckel, Cindy 196, 63 Gordon, Carol 193 Warren, Eileen 200 Gordon, Rosemary 189 Watson, Lee 193 Hamilton, Harriet 203 Westfall, Linda 198, 94, 95 Haney, Steve 189 White, Loretta 205 Handley, Linda 203 Williams, Mark 195, 100, 101 Hanks, Linda 203 Williams, Devon 205 Harrick, Mike 89 Wilson, Norm 205 Hartzell, Darrell 192 Wilifofh 50513 197 Hersey, Jeanne 203 Wallnef. Mani Higgins, Sandy 197 Warren, Eileen 194 Hillin, Dee 190 Watson, Lee 199 Holmes, Dolores 203 Wirth, Barbara 205 Hopper, Earl 3 Hopper, Regina 203 Hollister, Louise 203 Hoyle, Marie 203 Hubbard, Rita 3 Johnson, Carol 189, 44 45, 48 Johnson, Charlie 198, 193, 119 Johnson, Florence 203 Johnson, Judy 191 Household Bank 227 Ideal Business Service 232 Jeronimo's 225 Jesse Rodriguez Disposal Co. 232 JJJ Liquor 230 Just Phones 232 Kaiser Development 233 Kim's Fashions 219 King Video 220 Kirk Family 232 La Hacienda 222 La Unica 232 Lake Elsinore 1-Hour Photo 226 Lake Elsinore Lions Club 229 Lake Elsinore Lioness Club 228 Lakeview Real Estate Lighthouse Realty 227 L 81 P Feeds 232 Marlene's Fashions 226 Marolyn's 225 Mary's Sportwear 232 Mane Attraction 232 Maurice Printers 232 McDonald's 225 Mexico Chiquito 218 Nail Cottage 232 Park Plaza 231 Pat's Beauty Shop 222 Patsy Bryant 232 Paulson's Body Shop 232 Perk'n Press 231 Perris Flowers Vault 231 Peterson's Interiors 232 American Barn Company 223 Assoc. 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