Montevallo High School - Montala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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. hs , Le a hata a " s ty « —— bi lt a etn al AT Al et ibid 1's; es : adh Las Lye pe id siv ing, Rt hE! Ck lth tn 8 oie ee Ae de tg Da ae he els sh ee PHE VION [Al rHE MONTALA THE MONTALA rHE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MIONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MIONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE WHQON TAL rHE MONTALA THE VION TALA THE VMIONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA rHE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA THE MONTALA Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Alabama THE MONTALA 1959 THE MONTALA The Montevallo Chapter of the Na- tional Honor Society of the year of 1958-59 present to you this pictorial record of our school year with the hope that in the years to come it will bring back many memories which you will cherish. Contents FOREWORD DEDICATION STAFF ADMINISTRATION SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISERS In recognition of outstanding dedi- cated service which he has shown to us, we, the members of the National Honor Society, respectfully and grate- fully dedicate this volume to Mr. lvey Sims. Z20==2420—-90Mmo TAMSsn DPre- =ZOSs Gibbes Scott ..........0...000.0.0¢020,000.s+-... Editor-in-Chief Judy Bess Robinson..... Organizations Editor Rhonda Albright......Art and Organizations Editor Ralph Morris ............ apenas Sports Editor Minavee Southern ..............................Class Editor Tommie Ruth Mowery....... ........Feature Editor Mildred Jones ...... Administration Editor Gene Givhan ....s+-++.1+-...Business Manager James Earl Davis.............. .....Business Manager Edith Edfeldt ........................... Advertising Editor Evelyn Roman .............. ........Advertising Editor Mrs. Emily Pendleton ......... bike Saha ements Sponsor FRANCES WN. ANTHONY Alabama College, A.B. Junior One Teacher CRATIE CORBETT Livingston State College, B.S. Basketball Coach American History Democracy CARLOYN 8B. EDFELDT Birmingham Southern, A.B. Alabama College Speech, Journalism Junior Ill English RUTH FREDERICK Peabody College, B.S. Junior Two Teacher SARA KIEFFER CAIRNS Birmingham Southern Alabama College, A.B. Junior Two Teacher SUSIE DeMENT Alabama College, B.S. University of Tennessee, M.S. Business Subjects THERON FISHER Birmingham Southern, A.B. Coach World History, Civics B. W. HAMRIC Jacksonville State College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. Junior Ill and Senior | English MAMIE ETHEL HARRIS Alabama College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. Science, Biology, Chemistry MARGARET HOLLINGSWORTH Alabama College, B.S Home Economics BOBBIE LIGHTFOOT Alabama College, B.S. Physical Education ROBERT LIGHTFOOT Troy State College, B.S Mathematics C. W. MARTIN Mid. Tenn. State College, B.S. History REBECCA J. McGAUGHY Alabama College, 8.S Vocational Home Economics MARTHA McVEAN University of Alabama, B.S. Pratt Institute, N. Y. Art ANNE MILFORD University of Alabama, A.B. Librarian EMILY PENDLETON Alabama College, B.S. Junior One Teacher GUY MILFORD Howard College, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Principal J. F. SUTTLE Auburn, 8.5. Diversified Occupations IVEY SIMS Maintenance Man VINNIE LEE WALKER Athens College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. Senior If and Hl English MELTON THORNTON Auburn, B.S., M.S. Vocational Agriculture VICTOR YOUNG Wooster Conservatory of Music, B.M.U.S. University of Michigan, M.M.U.S. Band Director ESSIE WESTON Office Secretary | NOT SHOWN: ae Carolyn Tolbert, French NOT SHOWN: P= Bruce Tolbert, Choral Music Mary Peters, Latin RONDA ALBRIGHT FHA 1, 2; Historian 2; Student Council 1; Science Club 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Journalism Club 3; Sec.-Treas. 3; French Club 3, 4; Sec.-Treas. 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Dramatics ‘Club 4; Sec. of Senior Class 4; Most likely to succeed 4. CAROLYN ALEXANDER Band 1, 2; Business Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. WILMA ANDE RSON FHA 1, 2; Sports Club 3, 4; Art Photo Club 4. BRENDA BEAN FHA 2, 3; Historian 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ma- jorette 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Sports Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Cutest 4. BETH BICE a. a? | ' { Band 1, 2; Business Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Quietest 4. 4 7 SIs era ‘ : ( ae f 7 ’ . wAvy - wee JEAN BROADHEAD FHA 1; Sec. of Jr. Class 3; Sports Club 3, 4; V. P. 3; Reporter 4; Business Club 4; Pres. 4; Cheerleader 4. JAMES: E. DAVIS FFA 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Treas. 4; Journalism Club 3, 4; Pres. 3; Hon or Society 3, 4; Spotlight Staff-News Editor 3; Artist 3; Boys’ State Representative 3; Pres. Senior Class 4; Latin Club 4; V. P. 4. EDITH EDFELDT FHA 1, 2, 4; Treas. 1; Pres. 2, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; V. P. 3; Treas. 4; Glee Club 1, 3; Student Council 3; French Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Spotlight staff 4; Most Intel- lectual 4. BARCLAY FISHER Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; “M” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Sec. 2; FFA 1, 2, 3; Football All County 4. GENE GIVHAN Band 1, 2; Glee Club 3; French Club 3; Hon- or Society 3, 4; Treas. 4; Art Club 3; Math Club 4; Pres. 4; Dramatics Club 4; Pres. 4; , Student Council 4; Best Dressed 4. CHARLES GOGGINS Agriculture 1, 2, 3; Hi-¥ 4. = f Ct) Wipe racer JIMMY RAY HARRIS FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 1; Sec. 3; Science Club 1; Hi-Y 3, 4; Art Photo Club 2, 3; Journalism Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; “M” Club 4; Football manager 4. CURTIS JARVIS Agriculture 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3; “M” Club Football 4; All Conference 4; All County Glee Club 4; Most Athletic 4. 7 JIMMY JONES FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sentinel 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. MILDRED JONES Band 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Business Club 4; V. P. 4; Dramatics Club 4. CAREY KENDRICK Agriculture 1, 2; D. O. 3. ies , al —— JOSEPHINE KING D. O. 3, 4; Reporter 3; Sec. 4. BILLY FRANK KNOWLES Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Hi-Y 4, ALLIE LANGSTON Library Club 2; Sports Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; Business Club 4; Social Chairman 4. BETTY SUE LAWLEY FHA 1, Sports Club 3, 4; Business Club 4. DELANE LAWLEY Library Club 1; Art Photo Club 2; Jour- nalism Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; Business Club 4; Reporter 4. ivy Hy 4 a a ( ae i] oy et oR a site ee ee eo oe $ MURPHY McGEHEE Band 1; Dramatics Club 4; Treas. 4. ge pe a) - ae MYRTLENE MOONEY (Shelby County High) FHA 2; Assistant Ma jorette 2; Drill Team 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Harvest Queen 1; Tri-Hi-¥Y 3; Dramatics Club 4. RALPH MORRIS FFA 1, 2, 3; Treas. 2; Baseball 1; Football 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pres. 4; “M” Club 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Hi-Y 4; Student Coun- cil 4; Most Intellectual 4. TOMMIE MOWERY Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4; FTA 1; Majorette 4; Miss FHA 2; -Girls’ State 3; Girls’ Nation 3; Spotlight Staff 3; Miss Holiday 1; Homecoming Queen 4. PEGGY PHILLIPS FHA 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Art Photo Club 1. 4: Soorts Club 2, 3. 4: Wittiest 4. JIM POTTS FFA 1, 2, 3; Asst. Advisor 1; Chapter Pres. 3; Band 1; Basketball 1, 4; Football 2; D. ©. Club 3, 4; V. P. 3; Pres. 4; V. P. Sr. Class 4. JUDY ROBINSON FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Parliamentarian 3; Pres. 4; Band 1, 2; French Club 3; Journalism Club 3; V. P. 3; Honor Society 3, 4; V. P. 4; Student Council 4; Sec. 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Friendliest 4. EVELYN ROMAN FHA 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Student Council 2; 7 Honor Society 3, 4; Business Club 4, LEE SALTER FFA 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; FFA Asst. Advisor 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; “M” Club 2, 3, 4; All County Band 3; Student Council 3, 4; Par- liamentarian 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sec. 4; Glee Club 4; Quietest 4. GIBBIE SCOTT Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Chaplain 4; Treas. of Sr. Class 4; FHA I, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; French Club 3; Pres. 3; Latin Club 4; Pres. 4; Math Club 4; Sec.-Treas. 4; Good Citizenship Girl 4; Best All Around 4; Band 1, 2; All County Band 2; Glee Club 1; All-State Orchestra 1. NELDA SCOTT FHA 1, 2; D. O. Club 3, 4; Library Club JIMMY SEAGLE Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All County Band 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3; Sec. 1; Asst. Advisor 2; Re- porter 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Parliamen- tarian 3; Pres. 4; Delegate to AASC Con- vention 3, 4; Treas. Jr. Class 3; Spotlight Editor 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Best All Around 4; Delegate to NASC Convention 3. LOUIE SELLERS (Valpo High Schooi) Football 1, 2, ae t. 2 a. a. " Cae tS (MHS) Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 4; Wittiest 3, 4 3, 4; 4. ’ RONALD SMITHERMAN Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All County 3, 4; All- Mid State Conference 4; East-West All-Star Game 3, 4; Post Herald Player of the Week 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2; “M” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. Treas. 3; President 4; Hi-Y Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Boys’ State 3. BOBBY SNOW FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2. MINAVEE SOUTHERN Glee Club 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarinet 1, 2; Drum 3, 4; Head Drummer 4; Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; Business Club 4; Secretary 4; Best Dancer 4. CHARLES THOMPSON FFA 1, 2, 3; Vice President 2; President 3. BRENDA THOMASON FHA 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Sports Club 3, 4; President 4; Dramatics Club 4; Art Photo Club 4; Secretary 4. JIMMY THRASHER JUDY WALLACE Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Head Majorette 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; All County Conference 4; Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, FHA 3; Reporter 3; Girls’ State 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; V. P. Hi-Y 3, 4; “M” Club 4; Student 3; Reporter 3; Spotlight Staff 3, 4; Dra matics Club 4; Sports Club 4; Latin Club 4; Council 1, 2. Treasurer 4; Student Council 1. ELIZABETH WINSLET] FHA 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Sports Club 4; Dra- JACK WHATLEY FFA 1, 2, 3; “M” Club 1, 2; D. O. 4; Re porter 4. matics Club 4. da et Senior Il—Lightfoot WAYNE ANDERSON JIMMY BAINE NORMA BEAM TONY BIRCHFIELD FORREST BROWN RALPH BURKE JOE CLARK JENNY LOU CRAWFORD TERRY DAVISTON LENA HAMM ROBERTA HENDERSON TALMON HiLL C. W. HOLSOMBACK MARGARET HOOD PETE HUGHES NORALENE JOHNSON JERRY LAWLEY CHARLES LEMLEY GAIL LUCAS GEORGE MAJORS TROY MIMS PATTIE MURRAY CISSIE ORR HERSHAL PICKETT LARRY PICKETT LINDA ROMAN BOBBY SMITHERMAN KENNETH SNOW SANDRA TAMES GARY THOMPSON JO ANN WAGGONER RANDY WOOLLEY Senior !l—Corbett BETTY GENE BI CE EDWIN BOOTH LINDA BOOTH TOMMY BRUMBAUGH MYRA COMPTON JOHNNY DAILEY DONNY DAVIS FREDDY DRAPER JANICE JONES CECELIA LAWSON ANNA MAE LOVELADY CAROLE LUCAS JANICE LUCAS BETTY MILSTEAD GISELA MOLGEDE! FLORA LEE NORRISS LARRY JOE PICKETT HERMAN PETERS TOMMY PLANT KEITH SALTER BILLY JOE SAVAGE ALVIS SMITHERMAN LARRY SMITHERMAN TOMMY TAFF Senior |i—Martin JO LYNN APPLEBY FRANKYE BARNETTE BONNIE BICE JIMMY BRANTLEY ED BURDETTE BILLY RAY COMPTON GLYNN CUNNINGHAM LOLA DAVISTON AMELIA DODD ELAINE FISHER OLIN GALLOWAY VIRGINIA HAMM NITA HICKS CHARLES HOLLINGSWORTH BERTHA HOLSOMBACK SHIRLEY HOOD JOHNNY HOWELL JERRY JOHNSON BOBBY JONES BARBARA LAWLEY HERSHAL LAWLEY BUD LUCAS SONNY LUCAS ED MOORE BRENDA MORRIS DOTTIE PHILLIPS JACK RASPBERRY MARJORIE THIEMONGE BILLY WINSLETT Senior |—Fisher SHIRLEY ARLEDGE TIM BIRCHFIELD TEDDY BRIDGES BARBARA BURNETTE JUDY CHAMBERS NANCY DAILEY BEN DAY JIMMY EDDINGS FRANCIS FULGHAM FRANCES GRADY LINDA GENTRY RUEBEN HAYES TOM HICKS DONALD HOLSOMBACK HOWARD HUGHES NORMAN HUGHES JOHNNY JOHNSON DOTTIE LUCAS RONALD MILLS JAYNE MORELAND BETTIE MUEHLBAUER DONNA OATES HOWARD PHILLIPS BONNIE PICKETT EUGENE SAVAGE DOUGLAS SMITHERMAN BETTY JANE STONE JERRY THOMAS JANICE WATERS CLIFF WOOLLEY RICHARD VAIL Senior |—Edfeldt NELDA ANDERSON WADE BAINE JACK BATTLE BILL BIRCHFIELD BEVERLY BUNN TAD CAIRNS JOAN CRAWFORD SHIRLEY DAVIS RONNIE DENNIS JERRY EDWARDS GLENDA GADDY PETER GIVHAN JESSIE REE HENSON LINDA HILL PAT HOOKER KENNETH HYDE PHYLLIS KYSER DON LAWLEY GLENN LUCAS GENE MOODY AGNES MORGAN ALLEN NABORS SARA PAYNE TERRY PHILLIPS CAROLYN PRICE KAY SISCO PEGGY SUDDIETH DANNY THORNTON LARRY WHEELER NOT PICTURED PETER WHITE Jr. il—Harris TERRY ANDERSON LINNIE BANNON STANLEY BARNETT JERRY BICE ERNEST BLANKENSHIP KATHY BOWDEN BRENDA COMPTON ROBERT EDDINGS RICKY FROST LARRY GOGGINS TERRELL HALL CHARLOTTE HIGGINS JEWELL HICKS EARLINE HOLSOMBACK LUCRETIA HOLLINGSWORTH DORIS JONES MYRA KITCHENS JOHN LANKFORD LINDA LEMLEY JOHNNY LUCAS PRICILLA LUCAS RICHARD LUTZ JOHNNY RAY McNEEL GLORIA JEAN MILLS SYDNEY PICKETT ALBERT SCOTT GERALDINE STRICKLAND LANGLEY TOLBERT VICKEY TERRELL CHARLES WARNKE NOT PICTURED KIT CAIRNS MIKE HARDEN MARY RUTH WAGGONER 4 . , ‘ SIBYL BRAND GAYLE DAVI: SARAH FAULKNER ATTIE SUE GALLOWAY NANCY HALL BECKY HICKS NANCY HICKS DAVID HOLCOMBE WILLIE MAE HORTON JANICE HYDE JERRY JARVIS JOHN KNOWLES OHNNIE LOU LAWLEY -DWARD LUTZ RICKY MILLER BARBARA MURRAY JOE NALLEY CLARA NORRISS JIMMY PARKS ANNETTE POTTS GINGER SHIPLEY JIMMY TAYLOR NOT PICTURED JOHN NALLEY KENNETH PICKETT ROGER WHEELER SHARON WOOLLEY Jr. —Frederick TOMMY ANDERSON BARBARA BALLENTIN LINDA BARRETT BOB BEARDEN SANDRA BRANTLEY KARLA CHRISTIANSE) MACK CLARK JOHN ED CRAWFOR DOUGLAS EDWARDS BRENDA FLETCHER BILL GARRETT W. C, GOGGINS JIMMY HERRON BILLY HOOKER TRUMAN HUGHES BOBBY HYDE DONALD JONES MARGARET LAWLEY JOHNNY LOVELAD’ LARRY LUMPKIN JANICE McENTEE JUDY McGAUGHY NOT PICTURED WAYNE CARTWRIG BONNIE MIMS LANICE NALLEY CAROLYN PHILLIPS DORIS PRICE GAIL PRICE CAROLYN SCURLOCK RAY SISCO DELILAH SMITH JEANETTE SMITH WAYNE SMITHERMAN SUE WAGGONER Jr. i—Cairns JAMES ACKER DOUG BALLARD ANN BEAM JAMES BEASLEY PATSY BICE JIMMY BOYD ANNETTE BURKE NORFLEETE DAY DENNIS DRAPER TIM FANCHER JIMMY GARNER EDDIE GENTRY JULIA HAYES LESLIE HUBBARD RAY HUGHES HERBERT JARVIS LINDA JARVIS ADDADA mo A ™ 2 BARBARA McGAUGHY , r = , Ls .A r : c l c ah N ‘ J n M RA V¥ c LL “ J v AAA WiAIC'l EVELYN MAAVVELL HERBY MILSTEAD ROGER MOORE AMY ORR BOBBY PHILLIPS HENRIETTA PICKETT JUDY POOLE LARRY PRICE JANE ROBINSON BILLY ROPER JERRY SMITHERMAN JOHNNY STARKS HOWARD WEAVER Jr. 1 —Pendleton RONNIE ALLEN SHIRLEY BARRET MARY ALICE BICE GERALD BLACKMON BOB BROWN CECELIA BROWN CHARLES CAMPBELL JERRIE CRAWFORD ANGELINE DAVIS ANNA DUNNAWAY CONNIE EDDINGS JAMES FINNEN CLINT FOLSOM PHIL GENRY PAUL GLOVER JUDY GOGGINS RUTH GRANT MARIAN HARRIS GLENDA HARRISON PAT HATCHER ROSEMARY HAYNIE MICKEY HENSON JACKIE LEE HOLSOMBACK JOHNNY HUGHES BRENDA HYDE PATRICIA JOHNSON HOWARD KING DICKIE KNOWLES MARILYN KYSER JIMMY LAWLEY JIMMY LOVEJOY GLENDA LUCAS JUDY LUCAS CHARLES McGEEHEE FAYE MISKELLY REINHARD MOLGEDEI! WILLIAM MURRAY SHEILA PICKETT WAYNE PICKETT TERRY SNOW LINDA WARREN DON WHATLEY FAYE WILLIAMS CATHY WOOLLEY Jr. 1—Anthony RICKY ANDERSON BOBBY JOE BIRCHFIELD LARRY BLANKENSHIP BETTIE BOOTHE BRIAN CAIRNS JIMMY CRIM WILLIAM DARDEN LOIS EADY MARY ELLEN FINNEN LORAN FRASER BILLY GLOSSON BONNIE GOGGINS MARY GOGGINS CHUCKIE HARRISON JO HAYES ELLIS HENDERSON JERRY HICKS MABEL HILL RALPH HOLSOMBACK LAVAUGHN JARVIS MILDRED KING CAROLYN KYSER NELLIE NANNINI WANDA LANGSTON CAROL LOGAN ANN LUCAS JERRY LUCAS MACKEY MILES HARRY MORELAND CHARLES PARDUE KENNETH PHILLIPS GAIL PRICE ROBERT PRICE DOROTHY SAVAGE JIMMY SCOTT PAT SHOEMAKER LINDA SMITH EDDIE SOUTHERN EMILY STANSELL DONALD THARPE JONNE THORNTON JIMMY TIMMERMAN PAT VAIL NANCY WHEELER KAYE WILLIAMS RICKY ZUCCO NOT PICTURED CHARLOTTE HANCOCK ORGANIZATIONS | . . . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Members of the National Honor Society are Ralph Morris, presi- dent; Judy Bess Robinson, vice president; Minavee Southern, sec- retary; Gene Givhan, treasurer; James Ear! Davis, Tommie Mow- ery, Mildred Jones, Edith Edfelat Gibbes Scott, Ronda Albright, and Evelyn Roman. —_ — NATIONAL Membership in the Honor Society is based on Scholarship, Leader- ship, Character, and Service. Among the many projects carried on by the Honor Society are the awarding of honor roll ribbons to eligible students at the end of each grading period and the put- ting out of the school yearbook, The MONTALA. This group also provides free baby sitting serv- ices during PTA meetings. { es ee re 3 . STUDENT COUNCIL President Jimmy Seagle Vice President Larry Smitherman Secretary Judy Bess Robinson Treasurer James Earl Davis Parliamentarian Lee Salter Chaplain | Gibbes Scott Sponsor Mr. B. W. Hamric Vice President Jerry Crawford President Jane Robinson lreasurer E ddie Southern Secretary Judy Poole Parliamentarian Jerry Smitherman Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Sarah Cairns. " hi in es ‘UU MARAE GESLINR LEE Ui bah alg MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL BAND PHYLLIS KYSER PRISCILLA LUCAS ERNEST BLANKENSHIP LYNDA BARRETT CHARLOTTE HIGGINS JAYNE MORELAND WILLIE MAE HORTON BARBARA MURRAY LOLA DAVISTON TOMMIE RUTH MOWERY DOTTIE PHILLIPS KARLA CHRISTIANSON PATSY HOOKER JUDY WALLACE GUY MILFORD JOHN KNOWLES PATTY SUE GALLOWAY BRENDA BEAN BILL GARRETT GEORGE MAJORS LINDA GENTRY KATHY BOWDEN WAYNE SMITHERMAN JOHN LANKFORD CLARA NORRISS MACK CLARK BUTCH KYSER MINAVEE SOU THERN GLENDA GADDY JUDY POOLE TIM FANCHER CISSY ORR CECELIA, LAWSON JOHNNY LOVELADY JOHNNY STARKS BECKY HICKS AMY ORR BARBARA BALLENTINE LUCRETIA HOLLINGSWORTH JOHNNY JOHNSON GAIL PRICE JANE ROBINSON JIMMY SEAGLE JOAN CRAWFORD JESSIE REE HENSON SARA JETER DORIS JONES ELAINE FISHER BONNIE MIMS JOE CLARK MARTHA WHALEY JACQUELINE BLAKELY JANICE McENTEE TOMMY BRUMBAUGH SHARON WOOLLEY LANGLEY TOLBERT ED BURDETTE DELILAH SMITH m=a4mnmnaoOouw pe Mui TK (Owl Langley Tolbert, Brenda Bean, Glenda Gaddy, Becky Hicks, Judy Wallace, head, Elaine Fisher, Jacqueline Blakely, Tom- mie Ruth Mowery. JUNIOR BAND Ruth Grant, Angeline Davis, Judy Lucas, Anna Dunnaway, Sheila Pickett, Brenda Hyde, Linda Warren, Cathy Woolley, Faye Williams, Betty Milstead, Shirley Barrett, Bob Brown, Reinhard Molgedei, William Murray, Jimmie Timmerman, Mable Hill, Pat Shoemaker, Linda Price, Kaye Williams, Linda Smith, Carolyn Kyser, Lois Eady, Bonnie Goggins, Ricky Zucco, Harry Moreland, Lavaughn Jarvis, Bryan Cairns. Ricky Anderson, Jonne Thornton, Larry Blankenship, i = if; GAIL LUCAS ey Lie GAIL BROADHEAD ee a ) ;) a a A } Sere. . te mei Utwmwwerstwdt Ow en cheerleaders pose for picture after cheering championship MABLE HILL Bulidogs on to victory. M.H.S. JANICE WATERS JANICE JONES, Head nw o—- aA P Ss Pw eo Gar ) roa-zmmsSPr nO YAmMITOPmMA macAcn - Members of the Dramatics Club take time out from “play reading” to pose for their picture. Officers of the club are Gene Givhan, president; Jimmy Seagle, vice president; Lee Salter, secretary; and Murphy McGehee, treasurer. “Apples for the teachers’ are enjoyed by these future teachers at one of their regular meetings. Members are Edith Edfeldt, president; Shirley Davis, vice president in charge of programs; Jo Lynn Appleby, promotional vice president; Beverly Bunn, secretary; Betty Milstead, treasurer; Betty Bice, Sara Payne, and Lena Hamm. The Future Homemakers of America is composed of Junior III, Senior |, Senior Il, and Senior II! girls who are interested in homemaking. Sponsors of the group are Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy and Mrs. Margaret Hollingsworth. Officers pictured above are Betty Milstead, parliamentarian; Gisela Molgedei, vice president; Judy Bess Robinson, presi- dent; Tommie Mowery, secretary; Edith Edfeldt, treasurer; Phyllis Kyser, historian; Marjorie Theimonge, reporter; and Gibbes Scott, student council representative. ! IN i a Pe matress haa t so , ee : Iga _ a FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The FFA is divided into two groups, Chapter and Greenhand Farmers. Pictured above are members and officers of the Chapter Farmer group. Officers of this organization are Tony Birchfield, president; Gary Thompson, vice president; Troy Mims, secretary; Bobby Smitherman, treasurer; Terry Daviston, reporter; Pete Hughes, sentinel; Jack Rasberry, chaplain; Kenneth Snow, assistant adviser; and M. Thornton, adviser. Officers of the Greenhand Group are Larry Wheeler, president; Lloyd Thorpe, vice president; Johnny Lucas, secretary; Kenneth Pickett, treasurer; Robert Eddings, reporter; Howard Hughes, sentinel; Ernest Blankenship, chaplain; and George Underwood, assistant adviser. MOTTO Learning to Do Doing to Earn Earning to Live Living to Serve SPOTLIGHT Journalism Class ASSEMBLY LINE EDITORS AND WRITERS “BRAINSTORMING” JUNIOR WRITERS STAFF Co-editors Jimmy Seagle, Forrest Brown Business Manager,................ | woe Freddy Draper News Editor Joe Glenn Clark Sports Editor Judy Wallace Artist Olin Galloway Class-Club Editor Janice Jones Feature Editor Judy Bess Robinson Circulation Manager Randy Woolley Exchange Editor Edith Edfeldt Reporters: Betty Gene Bice, Don Davis, Talmon Hill, Buddy Majors, Hershel Pickett, Larry Joe Pickett, Keith Salter, Larry Smitherman, and Jimmy Thrasher. Faculty Advisor _...iMMrs. Carl Edfeldt Advisor Miss Susie DeMent Technical MEMBERS OFFICERS The Spotlight, a state prize winning high school mimeographed newspaper, is published twice each month and is presented free to all students. Forrest Brown, co-editor, is presently serving as president of the Alabama High School Press Association. THE BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS President Vice President Sec.-Treas. Social Chairman Reporter Sponsor Jean Broadhead Mildred Jones Minavee Allie Langston Delane Lawley Miss Susie DeMent Southern Business Club officers, emma eee 4 =. ay tT An reporter Delane Lawley, president Jean Broadhead, and secretary Minavee Southern get ready for business at a club meeting. (Membership is limited to students taking second year shorthand and typing.) Just what all do we want on this program? Sponsor Miss DeMent advises with Beth Bice, and Mildred Jones magazines. explore the possibilities while Carolyn Alexander in books and The sale of Golden Crumbles Candy netted the club $50 toward their project of buying a dictating machine. Allie Langston, Betty Sue Lawley, and Evelyn Roman are the pic- tured salesmen. CURTIS JARVIS C al _ DOUGLAS | . SMITHERMAN 7 “M” CLUB ALLEN NABORS GEORGE UNDERWOOD BARCLAY FISHER DONNY DAVIS ee eee ee « oo TALMON HILL - DANNY THORNTON LARRY JOE PICKETT JIMMY THRASHER RONALD REUBEN HAYES SMITHERMAN FREDDY DRAPER FORREST BROWN BUDDY MAJORS Vice President President Secretary-Treasurer PETE GIVHAN JIMMY RAY HARRIS BILLY WINSLETT way Bei Bi-aa TONY BIRCHFIELD JACK | RASBERRY | wn Aj BEN HARRISON rs % ‘ CLIFF WOOLLEY JACK BATTLES ape a JIMMY BAINE = ‘ LEE SALTER JERRY THOMAS For = LL RONALD SMITHERMAN President JIM POTTS Vice President FORREST BROWN Secretary-lTreasurer JIMMY BAINE LARRY SMITHERMAN CHARLES GOGGINS BILLY JOE HERRON TALMON HILL BUSTER PICKETT BUDDY MAJORS LARRY JOE PICKETT DONNY DAVIS FREDDY DRAPER RALPH MORRIS BOBBY SMITHERMAN JOHNNY DAILEY Sponsor—Charles Martin Not Pictured JIMMY THRASHER RANDY WOOLLEY BILLY FRANK KNOWLES rl s' x ‘a iy « “ yA . } cy was re le seed e) m 2. BARCLAY FISHER LOUIE SELLERS BEN HARRISON JIMMY JONES JIMMY RAY HARRIS Officers Mims, Potts, Whatley, and Anderson plan for meeting. The DO Club is composed of students taking part in the Diversified Occupations program. The Club is sponsored by Mr. Frank Suttle. Officers are Jim Potts, presi- dent; Troy Mims, vice president; Josephine King, secretary; Wayne Anderson, treas- urer; and Jack Whatley, representative. Members Mims, Potts, Whatley, Patty Murray, Flora Lee Norris, Douglas Lemley, Kenneth Snow, Anderson, and Nelda Scott. PLANS SS) EN) Woerern Oo worn mmr q@ The Glee Club is directed by Bruce Tolbert. Members are C. W. Holsomback, Jimmy Harris, Billy Joe Savage, Charles Goggins, Jimmy Jones, Lovie Sellers, Billy Joe Herron, Larry Wayne Pickett, Johnny Dailey, Curtis Jarvis, Charles Thomp- son, Lee Salter, and Ben Harrison. Not pictured is Billy Frank Knowles. Officers of the Math Club are Peter Givhan, vice president; Gene Givhan, president; and Gibbes Scott, secretary-treas- urer. Members pictured along with Mr. Robert Lightfoot, sponsor, are Gisela Molgedei, Jenny lou Crawford, Ben Day, Albert Scott, Charles Warnke, Howard Phillips, Rick Frost, Freddy Williams, Johnny Lucas, Danny Thornton, Keith Salter, Ralph Burke, Jimmy Eddings, Herman Peters, Jimmy Wyatt, Lee Barclay, and Charles Hollingsworth. Se eT) worn ro4p2 " 1 os 2 Tt ew " A DP FE a -_ 4 hah kk al f 7 ae wee | Latin Club members and officers are Albert Scott, secretary; Gibbes Scott, president; Judy Wallace, treasurer; James Davis, vice president; Freddy Williams, Rick Frost, Charles Warnke, John Lankford, Linnie Bannon, Lee Barclay, and Kit Cairns. The two organizations devoted to the study of language in M.H.S. are the Latin and French Clubs. Miss Mary Peters is sponsor of the Latin group while Mrs. Bruce Tolbert heads up the French Club. Officers and members of the French Club as pictured are Edith Edfeldt, vice president; Amelia Dodd, Mrs. Tolbert, Ronda Albright, Peter Givhan, treasurer; Danny Thornton, Peter White, Wade Baine, Marjorie Thiemonge, president; and Jo Lynn Appleby, secretary. Rolie 4 3 Ne 2 ta Members pictured along with officers are Annette Burke, Roger Moore, Jane Robinson, reporter; Johnny Starkes, vice president; Johnny Lovelady, president; Jimmy Boyd, secretary; Judy Pickett, treasurer; Jimmy Herron, Norfleete Day, W. C. Goggins, Amy Orr, Barbara Ballentine, Howard Weaver, Julia Hayes, Bob Bearden, Janice McEntee, Wayne Smith- erman, Bill Garrett, Barbara McGaughy, Gai l Price, Linda Jarvis, Bobby Hyde, Judy McGaughy, Delilah Smith, and Lynda Barrett. JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB The Junior Library Club is open to Junior II students. Members learn the mechanics of the library, plan programs, and aid in library work. Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Ann Milford. The Senior Girls’ Athletic Association is open to tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade girls interested in sports. The group meets once each week for participating in and study of some athletic activity. Sponsor is Mrs. Bobby Lightfoot. SENIOR GIRLS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Gene Broadhead, reporter; Gisela Mol- gedei, secretary-treasurer; Brenda Thom- ason, president; and Betty Gene Bice, vice president. baw. Pra The Junior GAA is the sports organization for seventh, eighth, and ninth grade. girls. Like the senior group, the are sponsored by Mrs. Bobby Lightfoot. Officers are Amy Orr, president; Jackie Blakely, vice president; Carolyn lips, secretary-treasurer; and Charlotte Higgins, reporter. Mrs. McGaughy, advisor; Janice Jones, president; Patty Murray, reporter; Flora Lee Norris, treasurer; Agnes Morgan, sec- retary; and Nelda Anderson, vice president (not shown). The purpose of the group is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. he — ¥ Members of Art and Photo Club examine painting during one of their meetings. Officers and members are Ronda Al- bright, president; Richard Vail, vice president; Brenda Thomason, secretary; Wilma Anderson, Peggy Phillips, Linda Booth, Jimmy Baine, Roberta Henderson, Annie Mae Lovelady, Billy Joe Savage, Tommy Taft, Randy Wooley, Wayne Butler, Tad Cairns, Linda Hill, Billy Jack Lawley, Hershal Lawley, Gene Savage, Marjorie Thiemonge, lommy Anderson. ART AND PHOTO CLUB Visitors examine exhibits in art room during PTA Open House. TERRY PHILLIPS President GISELA MOLGEDE! Vice President Mv HAUL t? 2 WADE BAINE Secretary DON LAWLEY Treasurer MEMBERS HOWARD PHILLIPS CHARLES HOLLINGSWORTH RALPH BURKE HERMAN PETERS RANDY WOOLLEY JANICE JONES JO LYNN APPLEBY JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE SPONSOR FOR BOTH GROUPS IS MISS ETHEL HARRIS. RICKY ZUCCO President RICKY ANDERSON Vice President WAYNE SMITHERMAN Secretary KARLA CHRISTIANSEN Treasurer MEMBERS BARBARA BALLENTINE JIMMY CRIM LOIS EADY LEE BARCLAY BRIAN CAIRNS TIM FANCHER CLINT FOLSOM BILL GARRETT CAROL LOGAN GUY MILFORD BOBBY PHILLIPS JONNE THORNTON FREDDIE WILLIAMS JIMMY WYATT ATHLETICS Pictured left to right, Coaches Martin, Fisher, and Corbett. 1958-59 The Championship Year Under the leadership of three able coaches the 1958 year proved to be the begin- ning point for a string of county championships for the Bulldogs of Montevallo High School. Beginning with Coach Corbett’s basketball team in '58 the Bulldogs swept on to victory, taking the County Baseball and Football championships and again cap- tured the Basketball title in '59, proving their superiority in the field of sports in Shelby County. Bulldogs 7 2 14 4 8 13 I 13 10 7 11 8 12 2 7 14 8 0 1958 BASEBALL CHAMPS SCHEDULE Calera Calera Columbiana Vincent Marbury Vincent Calera Thompson Thompson Columbiana Vincent Marbury Ramsay Columbiana Thompson Vincent Calera Tuscaloosa Opponents wwNneaew PUK ND —$ ONNN WO O O RONALD SCORES! Bulldogs SCHEDULE isabella Thompson Clanton Jemison Verbena Columbiana Calera Perry County West Blocton Vincent Opponents Bonon ovco @ BLOCK BY HOLLINGSWORTH “ " QOouorrcw como = RALPH MORRIS, Tackle BARCLAY FISHER, Quarterback SENIORS RONALD SMITHERMAN, Halfback JIMMY THRASHER, End CURTIS JARVIS, End HARRISON, Guard BASKETBALL 1958-59 SENIORS BARCLAY FISHER RONALD SMITHERMAN JIMMY THRASHER JIM POTTS “A” Team in action ACTIVITIES HOMECOMING Dreams Came True” for Queen Tommie The Queen and her court add glow to parade The Royal Court at half-time festivities The winning float We did capture those “Wild Cat ae ih) ' ar ES A ie (Ree “ oo Clowns contributed to the joyful event BEST DRESSED BOBBY SNOW GENE GIVHAN MOST ATHLETIC CURTIS JARVIS ELIZABETH WINSLETT SENIOR BEST ALL AROUND JIMMY SEAGLE GIBBES SCOTT CUTEST BRENDA BEAN JIMMY THRASHER MOST INTELLECTUAL RALPH MORRIS EDITH EDFELDT MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED JIM POTTS RONDA ALBRIGHT WHO’S WHO BEST DANCERS BILLY KNOWLES MINAVEE SOUTHERN FRIENDLIEST JUDY ROBINSON JIMMY JONES SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS JIM POTTS, Vice Pres. RONDA ALBRIGHT, Sec. GIBBES SCOTT, Treas. JAMES DAVIS, Pres. QUIETEST WITTIEST LEE SALTER LOUIE SELLERS BETH BICE PEGGY PHILLIPS MONTEVALLO MOTOR CO.., INC. Sales and Service Phone MO 5-448] Your Dependable Chevrolet Dealer Beige’ FLOWER SHOP LAWLER MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of: Poultry Houses Laying Cages Rabbit Cages Small Animal Caskets Cut Washers Phone MO 5-5381 Compliments of LOVELADY SALES and SERVICE Phone MO 5-726] MONTEVALLO MILLING CO. Highway 25 Seed, Feed and Fertilizer Custom Grinding Westinghouse EFLECTRIC CORPORATION YOU CAN BE SURE. if is Westinghouse MONTEVALLO DRUG COMPANY Let us fill your prescriptions YOUR ek STORE Gifts from STONE JEWELRY Are Appreciated MO 5-7296 QUALITY GROCERIES REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. . 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