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Show Hide text for 1962 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1962 volume: “ MONTA A 1962 Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Alabama «Alma Mater Hail, Alma Mater! Hats off to you. Ever you'll find us Loyal and true. Firm and undaunted Always we'll be. Hail to the school we love. Here’s a toast to thee! Hail alma mater... Because of their loyalty and service to our the 1962 Montala is proudly dedicated to the coaches, Mr. Theron Fisher, Mr. Cratie Corbett, and Mr. Charles Martin. alma mater, DEDICATION Montala Staff 1962 The MONTALA—now in its sixth year— is a project of the National Honor So- ciety. Each year, staff positions are filled by selection among H. S. members. Pic- tured at left are staff members Bannon, Tolbert, Jones, Blakely, Whaley, Barclay, Williams, Warnke, Frost, Hall, Potts, Hicks, Woolley, Lankford, and Tingle. Editor-in-Chief Advertising Organizations Administration Langley Tolbert Lee Barclay Martha Whaley Jackie Blakely Business Manager Class Editor Features Sports Doris Jones Sharon Woolley Nancy Hicks Freddie Williams Hats off to yu... who guide, teach, direct, and inspire. ADMINISTRATION MISS VINNIE LEE WALKER Athens College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. English MR. GUY MILFORD Mercer University Howard College, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Principal MISS ETHEL HARRIS Alabama College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics (7 © A. MRS. SARA CAIRNS Alabama College, A.B. Junior High MR. CHARLES MARTIN Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. Coach, General Business, Physical Education MR. B. W. HAMRIC Jacksonville State, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. English MRS. BOBBIE LIGHTFOOT Alabama College, B.S. Girls’ Physical Education MRS. OPAL LONG Office Secretary MR. VICTOR T. YOUNG University of Michigan, M.M. College of Wooster (Ohio), B.S., B.M. Band MR. M. D. THORNTON Auburn University, B.S., M.S. A.P.1. Vocational Agriculture MR. IVEY SIMS Maintenance Man MRS. REBECCA McGAUGHY Alabama College, B.S. Home Economics MR. CRATIE CORBETT Livingston State College, B.S. Coach, History, Democracy MRS. MARGARET HOLLINGSWORTH Alabama College, 8.S. Home Economics MR. THERON FISHER Birmingham Southern, A.B. Coach, Civics MR. R. H. COUCH Alabama College, A.B. Social Studies MRS. ANNE MILFORD University of Alabama, A.B. Librarian MISS SUSIE DeMENT Alabama College, B.S. University of Tennessee, M.S. Typewriting, Shorthand MRS. EMILY PENDLETON Alabama College, B.S. Junior High, Science MRS. CAROLYN EDFELDT Birmingham Southern, A.B. Alabama College, M.A.T Speech NOT PICTURED MRS. MARTHA ANN ABERNATHY Jacksonville State, B.S. Mathematics MRS. FRANCES ANTHONY Alabama College, A.B. Junior High MRS. DORIS JETER Alabama College, A.B., M.A. Junior High MRS. PAT LOGAN Alabama College, B.A. Art MRS. C. G. SHARP Southwestern-Memphis, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Latin MRS. CAROLYN TOLBERT University of N. C., A.B. French Ever you'll find us loyal and true... to our alma mater as we assume new and greater responsi- bilities. SENIORS BANNON ALMA ADAMS FHA 2,3,4, Devotional Chairman 3, Ist Vice President 4; FTA 3,4, President 4; 4-H 1; Senior Who's Who— Laziest. MELINDA BANNON Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Junior Academy of Science 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Art Club 1, President 1; Jr. GAA 1; FTA 3,4, Historian 4; Student Council 3; Latin Club 1; Spotlight Junior Page Coordinator; Senior Class Co-Treasurer; Senior Who's Who—Best All Around. LEE BARCLAY, JR. Student Council 2,4; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Hi-Y 2,3; “M” Club 2,3; Junior Academy of Science BARCLAY 1,2,3, Treasurer 2,3; Math Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Football 3,4; Basketball 3; Track; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Most Likely to Succeed. TIM BIRCHFIELD FFA 1,2,3,4. JACQUELINE “JACKIE” BLAKELY FHA 1,2,3,4, Recreational Leader 2; Tri-Hi-Y 33 Je. GAA 1, Vice President 1; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Honor So- ciety 3,4; Montala Staff; Spotlight Feature Editor; Stu- dent Council 1,2,4, Treasurer 4; Good Citizenship Girl 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Business Club 4, So- cial Chairman 4; Senior Play. BIRCHFIELD BLAKELY KATHLEEN BOWDEN Band 1,2,3, All County 1, 2; MHS Swing Band 1,2; FHA 1,2,3, Recreation Leader 3, Chapter and Junior Homemaking Degrees; Student Council 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, President 2, Representative to the District Con- vention 2; Business Club 4; Senior Play; Jr. Speech Club; Over-All Homecoming Chairman 4; Senior Who's Who—Best Dancer. CHRISTOPHER CAIRNS Latin Club 1,2; Math Club 1,3; Library Club 2; Se- nior Who’s Who—Most Talkative; Senior Play. GAYLE DAVIS GAA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2, 3,4; Library Club 1; Business Club 4; Senior Who's Who—Most Athletic. EDDINGS CAIRNS BOWDEN ROBERT EDDINGS FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 1, Secretary 4; Spotlight Staff 3; Math Club 4; Senior Who's Who—Wittiest; Senior Play. RICK FROST Student Council 3,4, President 4; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; “M” Club 2,3,4, President 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Math Club 2,3, Vice President 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 1; Boys State, State Treasurer; AASC Convention 3; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who—Most Valuable to School. GALLOWAY PATTIE SUE GALLOWAY Band 1,2,3,4; Swing Band 1; Clarinet Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2; Jr. GAA 1,2; Art Club 1; Spotlight Staff 4; Se- nior Play; Chairman of Gym Decoration for 1962 Homecoming. NANC! GAIL HALL Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Jr. GAA 1; FHA 2,3; Library Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FTA 4; Business Club 4; Senior Play. MIKE HARKINS “NM” Club 3,4; Math Club 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Junior Acad- emy of Science 2,3; Football 3,4; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Friendliest. HARKINS NANCY GAIL HICKS Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Business Club 4, Reporter 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Art Club 1,2; Jr. GAA 1,2; Senior Who’s Who—Best Looking; Spotlight Exchange Editor. BECKY HICKS Band 1,2,3,4; Majore tte 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FTA 4; Business Club 4; Senior Play; Senior Who's Who—Cutest; Winner of School Speech Con- test. B. HICKS CHARLOTTE HIGGINS Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Student Council Representative 2, Treasurer 3; Student Coun- cil 2,3; FTA 4; French Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer; All County Band 2; Junior Academy of Science 4, LUCRETIA HOLLINGSWORTH JANICE HYDE FHA 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Jr. GAA 1; FTA 3; Grease Paint Club 4. HOLLINGSWORTH HIGGINS DORIS JONES Student Council 1; Band 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Head 4; Sr. GAA 2; French Club 3, Vice President 3; Math Club 3, Secretary 3; Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer; Montala Staff; Spotlight Typist; Busi- ness Club 4; Senior Class Co-Treasurer; Cheerleader Club; Senior Who’s Who—Most Valuable to School. JOHN KNOWLES Band 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Parliamentarian 4; Library Club 2,3; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who— Best Personality. KNOWLES LANKFORD JOHN G. LANKFORD Honor Society 3,4, Secretary; Junior Academy of Sci- ence 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Hi-Y 3,4; “M” Club 4; Latin Club 1,2, President 2; Math Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4, All County 1,2; Boys State; Explorers 2,3,4; Montala Staff; Senior Who’s Who—Most Intel- lectual. PRISCILLA LUCAS Jr. GAA 1,2; FHA 1,2,3,4; FIA 4; Library Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Clarinet Club 1,2; Business Club 4. McNEEL MILLER JOHNNY McNEEL Honor Society 3,4, Vice President; Montala Staff; FFA 1,2,3,4; “M " Club 3,4; Boys State; Basketball 3,4. RICKY MILLER FFA 1,2,3,4; Math Club 1,4; Art Club 3; Senior Play. ED MOORE FFA 1,2,3; “M”’ Club 3,4; Football 4; Basketball 3,4, All County 3,4, All Conference 4, District 4. ROBERT MOSS Hi-Y 3,4; Math Club 3,4; Junior Academy of Science 3; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Best Dressed. BARBARA MURRAY Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 2, Vice President 3, President 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Brass Club 1,2,3; Fes- tival Band 3; FHA 4; Chorus 3; Jr. GAA 3. CLARA NORRISS Band 1,2,3; Clarinet Club 1,2; FHA 1,2; Jr. GAA 1; Sr. GAA 2; Library Club 1, Vice President 1; Senior Play NORRISS S. PICKETT MURRAY SYDNEY PICKETT FFA 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2,3; Art Club 2,3; Grease Paint Club 2; Senior Who’s Who—Laziest. KENNETH PICKETT Art Club 2; FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer; “M” Club 4; Football 4; Senior Who's Who—Best Dancer. K, PICKETT ALBERT SCOTT Student Council 2,3,4, Vice President 3, Parliamen- tarian 4; Hi-Y 3,4; “M” Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treas- urer 3; Latin Club 1; Honor Society 3,4, President; Montala Staff; Math Club 1,2,3; Boys State; Senior Class Vice President; Football 2,3,4, All County, All Conference 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; Senior Class Who's Who—Best All Around. SYBIL SEALS GAA 1; FHA 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Business Club 4; FTA 4. GERALDINE STRICKLIN Jr. GAA 1,2; FTA 3; FHA 4. STRICKLIN LLOYD THARPE FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice President Greenhands 1; Hi-Y 4; “M " Club 3,4; Library Club 3; Baseball 3,4; Football 3,4, All County 4; Senior Who’s Who—Quietest. SHIRLEY TINGLE Business Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 4; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Girls State Alternate 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Who’s Who —Most Likely to Succeed. THARPE TINGLE LANGLEY TOLBERT FHA 1,2,3,.4, Historian 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary 3,4; Math Club 3; Spotlight Artist 3; Girls State, Secretary of State; Homecoming Attendant 4; Senior Class Secretary; Jr. GAA 1; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Best Person- ality. GEORGE UNDERWOOD Math Club 4, Vice President 4; FFA 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; “M” Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Football 1,2,3,4, All County 3,4, All Conference 3,4; All State 4; Back of Week 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, All State 2, East and West Try- outs 2,3,4; Senior Who's Who—Most Athletic. CHARLES WARNKE Math Club 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; “M” Club 1,2,3,4; Boys State; Latin Club 1; Student Council 2,3,4; Honor So- WARNKE UNDERWOOD TOLBERT ciety 3,4; Montala Staff; Baseball 1,3,4; Basketball 3; Football 4; Senior Class President; Senior Who’s Who —Best Looking. MARTHA WHALEY Band 1,2,3,4, All County 1,2,3, MHS Swing Band 3; Brass Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 2; FHA State Convention 2,3; FHA Junior Degree; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Reporter 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Girls State, State Director of Aeronautics; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Math Club 4; Business Club 4; Spotlight News Editor; AHSPA Fifth District Governor; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Most Talkative. FREDDIE WIILIAMS “NM” Club 3,4; Math Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Art Club 1; Student Council 1,2,4; Junior Academy of Science 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Vice President 2; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Senior Play; Senior Who‘'s Who—Cutest. WILLIAMS WOOLLEY | SHARON WOOLLEY JOHNNY LUCAS Band 1,2,3,4, All County 1,2,3, MHS Swing Band 3,4; Business Club 4, Vice President 4; FFA 1,2,3,4, Sec- Brass Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; retary 4; Math Club 1,2; Library Club 1,2; Senior Play. Junior Academy of Science 4; Honor Society 3,4; Montala Staff; Spotlight Editor; Senior Play; Senior Who’s Who—Most Intellectual. MARGARET ANNETTE POTTS Z EDWARD LUT Art Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Business Club 4; Honor So- FFA 1,2,3,4. ciety 3,4; Montala Staff; Senior Play. Firm and undaunted always we'll be throughout our remaining high school years. UNDERCLASSMEN biraba 6 FF aa ¢) 0 : YY p i. Junior Class Officers: Johnny Starks, Vice-President; Judy Pickett, Treas- urer; and Jerry Smitherman, President; check over class business bulletin board. Not shown is Secretary Henrietta Pickett. Sr. i—Corbett Terry Anderson Barbara Ballentine Ann Beam Jimmy Boyd Annette Burke Norfleete Day Clinton Edwards Tim Fancher Jimmy Garner Julia Hayes Earline Holsomback Leslie Hubbard Bobby Hyde Ed Kyser Johnny Lovelady PAGE 22 Gail Lucas Barbara McGaughy Guy Milford Bonnie Mims Amy Orr Judy Pickett Doris Price Jane Robinson Delilah Smith Wayne Smitherman John Starks Fred Strickland Vickey Terrell Wayne Warren Howard Weaver Couch E. J. Anderson Douglas Ballard Lynda Barrett Bob Bearden Ernest Blankenship “a 7 - aieh iy James Brewster Nancy Brock Wayne Butler Mack Clark Pam Crowe Dennis Draper Brenda Fletcher Bill Garrett Jimmy Herron Billy Hooker PAGE 24 Truman Hughes Linda Jarvis Shirley Lawley Larry Lumpkin Janice McEntee Judy McGaughy Herbert Milstead Rodger Moore Bobby Phillips Henrietta Pickett Judy Poole Gail Price Jeanette Smith Jerry Smitherman John Stephens Jimmy Taylor Sr. I—Abernathy Ronnie Allen Anne Bashore Barbara Brazier Lillie Cox Jerrie Crawford Angeline Davis Anna Dunnaway Connie Eddings Phil Genry Bonnie Goggins Charles Harrison Mickey Henson Brenda Hyde Carolyn Kyser Carol Logan Charles McGehee Reinhard Molgedei Nellie Nannini Shiela Pickett Pat Shoemaker Calvin Stano David Thomas Linda Warren Faye Williams Dale Youngblood Fisher Alvin Adams Shirley Barrett Jack Bergstresser Bobby Birchfield Sandra Brantley Bob Brown Brian Cairns Gerald Cummings Lois Eady Marshall Edwards Faye Garrett William Glosson Marian Harris Mable Hill Don Hurt Patrici a Johnson Wanda Langston Judy Lucas Ken Phillips members have practice session in Paella a 4; £ PAGE 26 Eddie Southern Donnie Tharpe Cathy Woolley Martin Mickey Acker Tommy Anderson Gerald Blackmon Henry Brewster Douglas Edwards Loran Fraser Eddie Gentry Judy Goggins Jo Hayes Jerry Hicks Nan Hoffman Jackie Holsomback = ony ated + Dies anes ee me SO Fin 5 a ih et eS sega, a oe - Volleyball takes over girls’ p. e. classes. Ralph Holsomback Lavaughn Jarvis Marilyn Kyser Jerry Lucas Macky Miles Robert Price Larry Reid Linda Smith Emily Stansell Jerry Thompson Jonne Thornton Barton Tolbert Kaye Williams Richard Zucco Jr. l—Edfeldt Ronnie Albright PAGE 27 Paul Bailey Jo Ann Bice James Blair Patricia Boothe Jimmy Burnette Kenneth Burdette Ruth Crowe Wayne Davis Ellen Erwin Mike Garrett Evelyn Goggins Ginger Hannah Trussel Harper Magdalene Henderson Ann Hoffman Sarah Horton Ray Howell Thomas Hyde Eugene Jarvis Virginia Jenks Dickie Knowles Clara Lee Lawley Eddye Lawley Mike Lovelady Jimmy Lucas s tall James Lumpkin Margie Maxwell Lynn Meyer Cheryl Moss Harold Norriss PAGE 28 Carolyn Pratt Sharon Price Janet Rotenberry Kenneth Smitherman Bobby Strickland Barbara Walker Robert Walters Lanice White Hamric Rondal Anderson Barbara Barclay Jane Bice Mary Alice Bice Cliff Boothe Roland Boothe Janice Bowden Randy Brown Charles Brownlee Linda Cantrell Sandra Driver Amelia Edfeldt Ray Edwards E. C. Fancher Charles Goggins Sharron Green Roy Hannah Wallis Harrison Nina Hollingsworth Elton Horton Geraldine Hughes Joyce Johnson PAGE 30 Gaynell Knowles Jimmy Lawley John Lewis Ann Lucas Mary Lucas Larry McGaughy Mike Melton Arnold Mills William Murray Connie Oates Larry Pack Susan Peters Margarete Polk Brenda Price Barbara Reid Bill Scott Marcia Snow Susan Thiemonge Susan Whaley Rosemary Wooley Harris Betty Allen Don Beane Jannette Bice Larry Blankenship Betty Boothe J. D. Brand Linda Cunningham Frankie Edwards Shirley Edwards Patsy Fochtmann James Garner Calvin Hamm Dewitt Hare John Henderson Larry Holsomback Wayne Horton Jack Hughes Beth Jeter Johnny Jones William Jones Mildred King Jimmy Kish Carolyn Lawley Eugene Loggins Jim Lovejoy Carolyn Lucas Virginia Lucas Mike McGaughy Becky Nalley George Nix Sue Osterling Grady Partridge Jean Phillips Larry Phillips Eddy Potts Martha Price David Robinson Jimmy Scott Sandra Scott Terry Snow PAGE 31 a . Majorettes Higgins, Kyser, Hollingsworth, Mims, and Lucas pose before Homecoming festivities. Barbara Tingle George White Jr. 1—Anthony Alice Baine Alan Barclay Bobby Bean Jimmy Birdsong John Blair Margarette Boothe Johnny Boyd Bonita Channell Rhonda Davis Jeana Dunnaway Norman Eiland Ellen Friel Connie Grady PAGE 32 Linda Harrison Terry Herron Susan Holsomback Don Horton Roger Hughes Jerry Hyde Buddy Kirby Brenda Lovelady Jane Lucas Daisy Lutz Linda Majors Candace McGaughy Marilyn McGee Patricia Mills Jerry Morgan Ronald Motes Susan Moudy Marlon Payne Larry Phillips Gail Polk Martha Scott Betty Shinn Garry Smith David Smitherman Clarence Stone Dale Thompson Don Williams Cairns Donna Allen Tommy Baker Greg Ballentine PAGE 33 PAGE 34 Barbara Birchfield Cheryl Blackmon Gerald Boothe Marvin Boothe Tommy Brand Bobby Brown Lemoyne Daviston Claude Eddings Ken Edwards Tommy Fletcher Gloria Fochtmann Sue Goggins Bonnard Hamric Willie Pearl Hardin Geraldine Hare Kenneth Hicks Phillip Hubbard Johnny Jones Thomas Lawley Susan Lovelady Leon Lucas Grace McEntee Gaynell Moreland Dewayne Morris Ann Pickett Mike Pickett James Polk Kathy Sherrod Martha Shoemaker Carolyn Smith Dolores Smith Lavern Smith Janice Smitherman Johnny Taylor Robert Thompson Margaret Turpin dr. 1—Jeter Sandra Albright Joan Anthony Danny Bearden Jackie Bice Alvin Boothe Eve Bower Jimmy Bowlin Judy Brantley Karen Brown Linda Byrd Ann Fagan Lynn Frost Mary Griffith Joe Hall Clem Harris Linda Hatcher Becky Holsomback Mary Ann Holsomback Danny Horton Peggy Sue Hurt Richard Lawley Lucile Lovelady Jerry McGaughy Connie Majors PAGE 35 PAGE 36 Joe Meyer Barbara Morris Linda Nelson Clay Nordan Mary Ann Parker Carey Pickett Roger Price Vickie Sanders Ronnie Shoemaker Wayne Swann Patsy Tingle Wanda Tingle Peggy Whaley Pendleton Paula Allen Stanley Bailey 9? ‘ MAKES THE WATER CYCLE 7 _— CONDENSATION EVAPORATION PRECIPITATION board. Charles Beasley Wanda Bice Fred Boothe Melvin Boothe Betty Joyce Brantley Diane Brazier Nelda Brock Larry Brewster Terry Carter Milton Emfinger Bruce Fraser Carla Gaddie Billy Joe Hall Beverly Harper Barry Hicks PAGE 37 Christine Holsomback Phyllis Holsomback Jerry Jernigan Patsy Ann Kish Phyllis Logan Carrie Luckie Patsy McGee Jean Martin David Nichols Pam Pickett Mary Robinson Lynn Rotenberry Margie Scott Lonnie Thompson Richard Tingle Debbie Vining Gary White Hail to the school we love... and its opportunities for learning and leadership through organizations and activities. SCHOOL LIFE MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL BAND PICCOLO AND FLUTES B. Ballentine S. Thiemonge M. Price M. Turpin S. Whaley V. Jenks OBOE L. Eady CLARINETS . McEntee . Higgins . Strickland . Hill Lucas Rotenberry Kyser Mims Warren . Pickett Bowden Cantrell . Barclay . Allen OPrs+YyrPOrvs™Or BAND MEMBERS S. Lovelady A. Baine M. Scott C. Blackmon G. Ballentine D. Smith L. Meyer BASS CLARINET P. Galloway ALTO SAXOPHONE B. Allen R. Strickland E. Erwin M. Day TENOR SAXOPHONE S. Scott C. Wooley FRENCH HORN L. Hollingsworth A. Burke PAGE 40 ALTO HORNS F. Williams S. Barrett CORNETS AND TRUMPETS G. Milford . Garrett Fancher . Thornton Davis Hyde Reid Smith . Williams . Robinson . Brown . McEntee . Taylor M. Lovelady +OPFOATPOPEHD TROMBONES M. Whaley S. Wooley B. Murray C. Eddings B. Hamric BARITONES L. Jarvis B. Jeter R. Wooley BASS J. Lankford TYMPANI J. Lucas BELLS AND TYMPANI E. Friel PERCUSSION J. Crawford B. Hicks L. Cunningham M. McGee C. McGaughy B. Lovelady DIRECTOR V. T. Young Ta pftil Langley Tolbert, Becky Hicks, Carolyn Kyser, Judy Lucas, Bonnie Mims, Charlotte Higgins, Jackie Blakely, and head majorette Lucretia Hollings- worth line up for a picture in front of the new band room. The Junior Band is made up of seventh grade students. Members shown are Peggy Sue Hurt, Lucile Lovelady, Linda Byrd, Ronnie Shoemaker, Mil- ton Emfinger, Bruce Fraser, Clay Nordan, Judy Brantley, Pam Pickett, Marilyn McGee, Lynn Frost, Debbie Vining, Beverly Harper, Mary Ann Parker, Joe Meyer, Mary Robinson, Ann Fagan, Stanley Bailey, Alvin Boothe, Terry Carter, Peggy Whaley, and Margie Scott. s ae J Cheerleaders really have something to smile about after their Bulldogs win titles. Above are Marilyn Kyser, Amy Orr, Doris Jones, Judy Poole, and Julia Hayes. CHEERLEADERS 1960-1962 a eS as al we PR, HEAD—DORIS JONES 1959-1962 PAGE 42 JULIA HAYES JUDY POOLE 1961-1962 1961-1962 oa oan .ave wore ‘i, eee i ¢ —— = —— | —- Teo) 1 WE nt | CHEERLEADER ACTIVITIES The MHS Spirit flew undaunted through another year and the defiant Bulldog cry heralded many a MHS victory. The cheerleaders who played a vital role in sup- porting and directing the school spirit throughout the year were Doris Jones, head; Amy Orr, Julia Hayes, Marilyn Kyser, and Judy Poole. Practice comes right after the school year ends. One of the highlights for the cheerleaders was the Mid-South Cheerleader Institute held at the University of Mississippi. Here two first-place and one second-place ribbons were given to them for their cheering ability. Te Neat meta). ai] a eT TOT Tne a) STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an organization consisting of two representatives from each homeroom in grades 9-12 with the exception of the Senior Class which has three. Representatives are chosen by popular vote of each section and officers are elected by the entire student body. Officers seated in the front row of the above picture are Rick Frost, President; Ed Ky- ser, Vice-President; Langley Tolbert, Secretary; Jackie Blakely, Treasurer; Albert Scott, Parliamentarian; and Charles Warnke, Chaplain. Others members are Marilyn Kyser, San- dra Scott, Charles McGehee, Carolyn Kyser, Guy Milford, Ricky Zucco, Judy Lucas, Jerrie Crawford, Nina Hollingsworth, Ellen Erwin, Emily Stancil, Larry McGaughy, Her- by Milstead, Freddie Williams, Jerry Smitherman, Mike Garrett, Lee Barclay, Kathy Bow- den, Norfleete Day, William Glosson, and Jack Hughes. Each year the Student Council sponsors homecoming and the Community Chest Drive. It also maintains a supply store which operates during the ten minute break each day. Mr. B. W. Hamric is Student Council sponsor. PAGE 44 Zw as | | 4 es fii bah bis te The Junior Student Council is composed of members of the seventh and eighth grades. Shown above are Bruce Fraser, Treasurer; Lucile Lovelady, Vice President; Greg Ballentine, President; Lemoyne Daviston, Secretary; Marilyn McGee; Jer- ry McGaughy; Margie Scott; Lynn Rotenberry; Marlon Payne; Randy Brown; Jane Lucas; and Clay Nordan. Not pictured is member Claude Eddings. Mrs. Sarah Cairns is sponsor of the group. JUNIOR COUNCIL JUNIOR FTA Junior FTA members pictured below are Eddie Potts, Martha Price, Linda Cunningham, Sandra Scott, Beth Jeter, Bar- bara Tingle, James Blair, Grace McEntee, Alice Baine, Cheryl Blackmon, Patsy Fochtman, Sandra Driver, Barbara Barclay, Connie Oates, Magdeline Henderson, Virginia Lucas, Martha Scott, Barbara Birchfield, Gloria Fochtman, Susie Osterling, Mimi Edfeldt, Kathy Sherrod, Lemoyne Daviston, Susan Lovelady, Virginia Jenks, Dolores Smith, Jean Phillips, Evelyn Goggins, and Martha Shoemaker. Sponsor is Mr. Bob Couch. President of the group is Nina Hollingsworth. Other offi- cers are Beth Jeter and Sandra Scott, Vice Presidents; Eddy Potts, Secretary; and Barbara Tingle, Treasurer. FTA, an organization for senior high school students at MHS, is sponsored by Mrs. Carl Edfeldt. Members are Lin- nie Bannon, Angeline Davis, Gayle Da- vis, Norfleete Day, Connie Eddings, Nan- ci Hall, Becky Hicks, Lucretia Hollings- worth, Earline Holsomback, Brenda Hyde, Lavaughn Jarvis, Pat Johnson, Gail Lu- cas, Priscilla Lucas, Barbara Murray, Nel- lie Nannini, Cathy Woolley, Charlotte Higgins, Sybil Seal, and Emily Stansell. Officers at left are Lavaughn Jarvis, Treasurer; Cathy Woolley, Vice Presi- dent; Norfleete Day, Vice President; and Nellie Nannini, Secretary. Not shown is President Alma Adams. “M” CLUB Mr. Theron Fisher, Sponsor; M. Acker, Football 1; L. Barclay, Football 2, Basket- ball 1. B. Bearden, Basketball 1; B. Birchfield, Football 1; R. Frost, Football 3, Bas- ketball 2, Baseball 3; M. Harkins, Football 2; J. Henderson, Football 1. B. Hooker, Football 1; L. Hubbard, Football 1; 8B. Hyde, Football 2, Basketball 4, Baseball 1; E. Kyser, Football 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 3; J. Lankford, Basketball 1. J. lovelady, Basketball 1, Baseball 2; J. McNeel, Bas- ketball 2; H. Milstead, Foot- ball 1, Basketball 1, Base- ball 2; E. Moore, Football 1, Basketball 2; K. Pickett, Football 1. A. Scott, Football 3, Bas ketball 2, Baseball 3; B. Scott, Football 1; J. Smith- erman, Football 2, Baseball 3; W. Smitherman, Football 2; J. Starks, Football 2, Baseball 1. V. Terrell, Baseball 2; L. Tharpe, Football 2, Baseball 2; G. Underwood, Football 4, Baseball 4; C. Warnke, Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 4; F. Williams, Football 2. wy Officers of “M” Club are President, George Underwood; Vice-President, Jerry Smitherman; and Secretary-Treasurer, Rick Frost. Sponsored by Miss Ethel Harris, the Montevallo science group is for students from grades 10 through 12. The object is to encourage students to choose science as a career. Members shown are Norfleete Day, Charlotte Higgins, Janice McEntee, Emily Stansell, John Lankford, Linnie Bannon, Bill Garrett, Guy Milford, Freddie Williams, Ronnie Allen, Bar- bara Ballentine, Bobby Phillips, Dewitt Hare (Associate Member), and Sharon Woolley. Not pictured are Brian Cairns, Carol Logan, Susan Whaley (Associate Member), and George Nix (Associate Member). Officers are President, John Lankford; Vice President, Linnie Bannon; Secretary, Bill Garrett; and Treasurer, Guy Milford. JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB The Junior High School Science Club is an interest group composed of seventh and eighth grade students. Pictured below are members Alvin Boothe, Martha Scott, Jerry McGaughy, Clay Nordan, Stanley Bailey, Milton Emfinger, Jerry Jernigan, Barry Hicks, Carla Gaddie, Lynn Rotenberry, Alice Baine, Grace McEntee, Bruce Fraser, Leon Lucas, and John- n y Jones. Officers are Clay Nordan, President; Stanley Bailey, Vice President; Jerry McGaughy, Treasurer; and Martha Scott, Secretary. The Math Club is made up ‘of senior high students who are interested in mathematics. Members are Ricky Miller, Freddie Williams, Leslie Hubbard, Robert Eddings, Bob Bearden, Robert Moss, Ronnie Allen, Paul Bailey, Ronnie Al- bright, John Lankford, Ann Bashore, Kay Williams, Faye Williams, Dale Youngblood, Gail Price, Lee Barclay, George Underwood, John Starks, Wayne Smitherman, Mable Hill, Carolyn Kyser, Jerry Crawford, Johnny Lovelady, Martha Whaley, and Kennith Pickett. Officers are President, Freddie Williams; Vice-President, John Lankford; and Secretary- Treasurer, Wayne Smitherman. MATH CLUB LIBRARY CLUB The Junior Library Club consists of ninth graders. Members serve as library assistants. Pictured below are Judy Goggins, Secretary-Treasurer; Wanda Langston, President; Ann Lucas, Vice-President; Carolyn Lawley, Reporter; Betty Boothe, Margie Maxwell, Ginger Hannah, Margaret Polk, Brenda Price, Lanice White, Marion Harris, Carolyn Lucas, Anna Dunnaway, and Joyce Johnson. Not pictured are Shirley Edwards, Carol Logan, Sue Waggoner, and Barbara Lawley. Sponsor is Mrs. Guy Milford. eT (AL +t tbebebensscccbin oo St |E Tri-Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the try to do useful things for the Under the direction of Mrs. Anne Milford, members Ann Beam, Kathy W ley, Judy Poole, Barbara McGaughy, Carol Logan, Brenda Fletcher, Janice Hyde, Gail Price, Jo Hayes Anna Dunnaway, Julia Hayes, Kaye Williams, Faye Barbara Brazier, Jane Robinson, Linda Smith, Becky Mable Hill, Shiela Pickett, Linda and Barbara The purpose of home, school, and community Pictured above are Brenda Hyde da Langston, Annette Potts, Shirley Lawley, Angeline Davis | Seals, Earline Holsomback, Martha Whaley, Judy Goggins Williams, Amy Orr, Shirle ngle, Gail Lucas, Bonnie Goggins Hicks, Nanci Hall, Sharon Barbara Murray, Delilah Smith, Nancy Hicks, Warren, Doris Price, Connie Eddings, Henrietta Pickett, Judy McGaughy, Bonnie Mims, Sandra Brantley, Lawley. Co-Sponsor is Mrs. Frank Lightfoot. TRI-HI-Y ’ They are President, Barbara Murray; Gail Price; and Chaplain, Amy Orr. 100! Tri-Hi-Y officers repair sewing kits for each of the homerooms Vice-President, Jane Robinson; Treasurer, Shirley Tingle; Reporter, Martha Whaley; Secretary, a 5 | 5 2 Ett | TUT : — Mr. Charles Martin Sponsor Lee Barclay Bobby Hyde Wayne Smitherman George Underwood President Bob Bearden Ed Kyser Vickey Terrell Jerry Smitherman Vice-President Rick Frost John Lankford Lloyd Tharpe PAGE 51 ‘buh. Johnny Starks Secretary-Treasurer Mike Harkins Robert Moss Charles Warnke Herby Milstead Chaplain Leslie Hubbard Albert Scott Freddie Williams | 5 1. ry heat " over back copies of the Montala are Lee Barclay, Langley Tolbert, Treasurer Doris Jones, and NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Going through the files are Charles Warnke, Shirley Tingle, Jackie Blakely, and Rick Frost. Members of the National Honor Society have gained admittance because of their outstanding qualities of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Acting in a service capacity of the school, the Montevallo chapter maintains a schol- arship file and bulletin board, provides baby sitters for parents during P.T.A. meetings, and edits the school» yearbook. Shown above looking over scholarship posters are Freddie Williams, Martha Whaley, President, Albert Scott, and Sec- retary John Lankford. Pictured below taking time out to check program material are Linnie Bannon, Nancy Hicks, Nancy Hall, and Annette Potts. Member not pictured is Vice President Johnny McNeel The F.H.A. is composed of approximately 80 girls who have completed at least one year of home economics. Annual projects include Hobo Day, a trip to the Alabama State Fair, Cookbook sales, and a chicken fry during F.H.A.-F.F.A. Week. Sponsors of the group are Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy and Mrs. Margaret Hollingsworth. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA F.H.A. officers surrounding the emblem are Langley Tolbert, president; Ann Bashore, Alma Adams, vice presidents; Amy Orr, secretary; Jane Robinson, treasurer; Marilyn Kyser, Student Council representative; Gail Price, parliamentarian; Judy Poole, reporter; Lois Eady, Carolyn Kyser, recreation leaders; and Delilah Smith, Dale Youngblood, historians. ELDS 0.96 CHAPTER FARMER OFFICERS: Jerry Bice, president; Jim Brewster, vice president; Johnny Lucas, secretary; Jimmy Garner, treasurer; Jimmy Boyd, reporter; Billy Hooker, sentinel; Johnny Ray McNeel, assistant adviser; Wayne Butler, chaplain; John Knowles, parliamentarian; M. Thornton, adviser; Ernest Blankenship, assistant to the adviser. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA GREENHAND OFFICERS: Terry Snow, president; James Lumpkin, vice president; Ray Edwards, secretary; Wayne Davis, reporter; Rondal Anderson, treasurer; Larry Pickett, sentinel; Wallis Harrison, assistant adviser; Kenny Burdett, parlia- mentarian. SPOTLIGHT 1961-1962 ALL AMERICAN — NSPA FIRST PLACE — AHSPA aia Each SPOTLIGHT issue begins with a “brainstorming” session. Staff members suggest articles and a new paper gets underway. SPOTLIGHT STAFF Editors ; Leslie Hubbard Sharon Woolley Headline Writer Guy Milford Typist Doris Jones News Editor Martha Whaley Junior Page Coordinator Linnie Bannon Sports Editors Dennis Draper Guy Milford Feature Editor . Jackie Blakely Business Manager John Starks Writers—Tim Fancher, Patti Gallo- way, Nancy Hicks, Laura Sims, Jeanette Smith, George Under- wood Sponsors Miss Susie DeMent Mrs. Carl Edfeldt Bi-weekly SPOTLIGHT culminates from several weeks of in- Gathering information sometimes includes interviews such as this tense and varied activities. Critique of each issue reveals one with Mrs. Pauline Harrison and reporters Jackie Blakely, Guy strengths and weaknesses; and upon this criteria a new is- Milford, Nancy Hicks, and Howard Weaver. sve is begun. A " Miss Susie DeMent and sports edi- Junior page coordinator Linnie Doris Jones, typing stencil, fol- tors plan picture layout. Bannon helps Gloria Fotchmann, lows layout suggested by Jackie Betty Jean Shinn, and Margie Blakely. Patti Sue Galloway draws Scott rewrite news from seventh illustrations on the Mimeoscope. and eighth grades. 3 me 22 Stencils must be proofread four Nancy Hicks, Exchange Editor, su- times each to correct every error. pervises the covering, labeling, and stamping of mailouts and ex- changes for other high schools. ANDLING A NEW! HERE ARE THE THREE STEPS To The classroom assembly line Linnie Bannon and Junior Staffers Paula Allen, Sandra Albright, staples, stacks, and tallies sub- Rhonda Davis, Linda Harrison, Bobby Brown, Kathy Sherrod, and scribers’ names for distribution. Philip Hubbard appraise their efforts. Leslie Hubbard supervises the actual process of dupli- cating each stencil while Doris Jones and George Underwood lend assistance. News Editor Martha Wha- ley and Editors Sharon Woolley and Leslie Hub- bard “Polish up the Brass” received for Alabama High School Press Association “First Place Winner” and National Scholastic Press Association “All American.” THE BUSINESS CLUB Membership is limited to senior business students. OFFICERS President Nanci Hall Vice President Johnny Lucas Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Tingle Social Chairman Jackie Blakely Sponsor Miss Susie DeMent Vice President Lucas, President Hall, and Spon- sor Miss DeMent discuss possibilities for fu- ture programs. lf there’s anything left—the Business Club will Let's be different! Priscilla Lucas, Sybil Seals, Kath- have a party. Jackie Blakely, Lucretia Hollings- leen Bowden, and Gayle Davis enjoy last year’s worth, and Becky Hicks enjoy the party before annual while planning this year’s page. it starts. RY FOR GREATER SPEED MERE ARE THE THREE STEPS TO HANDLING A WES STO f se un! F ‘} 4 “Come on, get on the ball!’ (Who said that?) Whee! That puts us over the top! Annette Potts, Doris Jones and Nancy Hicks mimeograph senior Martha Whaley, and Shirley Tingle count $775 play programs. collected for the March of Dimes. f Pictured above taking part in French Club activity are Secretary-Treasurer, Charlotte Higgins; President, Lucretia Hol- lingsworth; Vice-President, Annette Burke; Lois Eady; Norflette Day; Sponsor, Mrs. Carolyn Tolbert; Dale Youngblood; Ronnie Allen; Barbara Ballentine; and Randy Brown FRENCH CLUB ART CLUB Art Club members shown below are Terry Carter, John Blair, Larry Pack, David Thomas, Ricky Zucco, Larry Mc- Gaughy, Jonne Thornton, Karen Brown, Peggy Whaley Patti Sue Galloway, Rosemary Woolley, Janet Rotenberry, Bar- bara Reid, Linda Cantrell, Candace McGaughy, lynn Meyer, nd Linda Byrd. Not pictured are Susan Whaley, Mac Clark, Mike Melton, Joe Meyer. Serving as President of this oup is Lynn Meyer. Other officers are Barbara Reid, Vice-President; and Larry McGaughy, Secretary-Treasurer. JUNIOR GIRLS’ CHORUS The Junior High School Girl’s Chorus is an interest group of seventh and eighth grade students. Director for the group is Mrs. Frances Anthony. Officers of the group seated at the table are Joan Anthony vice-president; Cheryl Blackman, president; and Margie Scott, secretary-treasurer. Members of the chorus are Sandra Albright, Joan Anthony, Jackie Bice, Eve Bower, Glenda Compton, Ann Fagan, Lynn Frost, Linda Hatcher, Bec- ky Holsomback, Mary Ann Holsomback, Peggy Sue Hurt, Lucile Lovelady, Connie Ma- jors, Barbara Morris, Linda Nelson, Mary Ann Parker, Vickie Sanders, Peggy Whaley, Paula Allen, Wanda Bice, Diana Brazier, Beverly Harper, Phyllis Holsomback, Phyllis Lo- gan, Carrie Luckie, Patsy McGee, Jean Martin, Debbie Vining, Pam Pickett, Mary Robin- son, Lynn Rotenberry, Margie Scott, Alice Baine, Margaret Boothe, Rhonda Davis, Jeana Dunnaway, Ellen Friel, Connie Grady, Linda Harrison, Susan Holsomback, Brenda Lovelady, Jayne Lucas, Daisy Lutz, Linda Gail Majors, Marilyn McGee, Pat Mills, Susan Moudy, Gail Polk, Martha Scott, Donna Allen, Barbara Birchfield, Cheryl Blackman, Le- moyne Daviston, Gloria Fochtman, Sue Goggins, Willie Pearl Harden, Geraldine Hare, Susan Lovelady, Grace McEntee, Gay Nell Moreland, Ann Pickett, Kathy Sherrod, Carolyn Smith, Dolores Smith, Janice Smitherman, and Margaret Turpin. PAGE 60 ¥ 7 4, 7 ‘ ie S = om , MISS JACKIE BLAKELY HOMECOMING QUEEN PAGE 61 MISS CHERYL BLACKMAN JUNIOR HIGH ATTENDANT MISS BECKY HICKS ATTENDANT MISS DELILAH SMITH ATTENDANT MISS LANGLEY TOLBERT ATTENDANT HOMECOMING I96I Homecoming, sponsored by the Student Council, is one of the biggest events at M.H.S. This year, festivities began with a pep rally Thursday night on the football field. Fea- tured at the rally were the football team, cheerleaders, band, majorettes, and speaker— Mr. Robert Couch. On Friday, the day of Homecoming, classes and clubs decorated floats and cars for the parade using the theme— " M.H.S.—Cradle of Confederacy; Climb Over Calera.” The queen and her court, which are elected by the student body, were presented in the parade and again that night before the football game. The M.H.S. Bulldogs did “Climb Over Calera” with a rousing 34-0 victory. Afterwards the Alumni were entertained at a reception given by the senior class and attended the traditional Homecoming dance. The climax of the evening came with the presentation of the queen’s court—Becky Hicks, Delilah Smith, Langley Tolbert, and Cheryl Blackmon — and the crowning of Jackie Blakely as 1961 Homecoming Queen. Rick Frost, Student Council president, finds his assistance is needed as Queen Jackie gets ready for her royal role. ya yin r= 3 3 cap CA A Majorettes Higgins, Kyser, Hollingsworth, Mims, and Lucas pose before the big Friday afternoon parade. The Queen and her attendants are pre- sented at pre-game festivities. Having a featured spot in the parade and getting a “free ride and rest” be- fore the downtown pep rally are cheer- leaders Kyser, Poole, Jones, Orr, and Hayes. Climaxing two days of Homecoming ac- tivities, ‘61 Queen Lola Daviston Camp- bell places the crown on Queen Jackie's head. OFFICERS Vice-President, Albert Scott; Co-Treasurer, Linnie Bannon; Co- Treasurer, Doris Jones; Secretary, Langley Tolbert; and Presi- dent, Charles Warnke. WITTIEST BEST ALL AROUND MOST ATHLETIC Robert Eddings Linnie Bannon George Underwood Lucretia Hollingsworth Albert Scott Gayle Davis FRIENDLIEST Mike Harkins Patti Galloway CUTEST BEST DANCERS QUIETEST Freddie Williams Kathy Bowden Lloyd Tharpe Becky Hicks Kenneth Pickett Nanci Hall MU WW i Hi h uh Wi wall Suni BEST DRESSED Charlotte Higgins Robert Moss MOST VALUABLE TO THE SCHOOL Rick Frost Doris Jones may) I naan LAZIEST Alma Adams Sydney Pickett MOST TALKATIVE Martha Whaley Kit Cairns BEST LOOKING Nancy Hicks Charles Warnke MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Shirley Tingle Lee Barclay MOST INTELLECTUAL Sharon Woolley John Lankford BEST PERSONALITY John Knowles Langley Tolbert SENIOR PLAY-- Pride and Prejudice Cast of this year’s play was as follows: Mr. Bennet, John Knowles; Hill, Ricky Miller; Mrs. Bennet, Sharon Woolley; Lady Lucas, Annette Potts; Charlotte Lucas, Pattie Galloway; Jane Bennet, Lucretia Hollingsworth; Elizabeth Bennet, Kathy Bowden; Lydia Bennet, Jackie Blakely; Mr. Darcy, Robert Moss; Mr. Bingley, Freddie Williams; Mr. Collins, Robert Edd- ings; Amelia, Shirley Tingle; Mr. Wickham, Mike Harkins; Amanda, Becky Hicks; Young Man, Kit Cairns; Captain Den- ny, Johnny Lucas; Miss Bingley, Nanci Hall; A Maid, Shirley Tingle; Maggie, Martha Whaley; Mrs. Gardiner, Clara Nor- riss; Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Langley Tolbert; Colonel Guy Fitzwilliam, Lee Barclay; Mrs. Lake, Becky Hicks. Getting ready is always a big job. Stage manager Higgins checks up. In picture below, dress rehearsal gets into full swing. Pictured on next page are scenes from this year’s production. PAGE 70 SPECIAL AWARDS An annual project of the junior high school is the Post-Herald Spelling Bee Contest. Participating members shown above are Paula Allen, Lucile Lovelady, Carrie Luckie, David Nichols, Gail Polk, Sue Goggins, Margie Scott, Lynn Rotenberry, Sandra Al- bright, Clay Nordan, Jerry McGaughy, Judy Brantley, Jeana Dun- naway, Ellen Friel, and Geraldine Hare. School winner was Lynn Rotenberry, seventh grade, who went to place second in the county eliminations. Sponsor for tHe group is Mrs. Doris Jeter. Chosen as M.H.S. Good Citizenship Girl for the 61-62 school year was Miss Jackie Blakely. Boy’s State representatives to the annual meeting were Charles Warnke, Albert Scott, Johnny Ray McNeel, Ricky Frost, and John Lankford. Representing M.H.S. at the ‘61 summer session of Girl’s State oe yausiey Tol- bert and Martha Whaley. Here’s a toast to thee... all the Montevallo Bulldogs of football, basketball, and baseball for the school year 1961-1962. ATHLETICS Bulldogs, County and COACHES—Cratie Corbett (end coach), Theron Fisher (backfield), and Charles Martin (line) take time out from their labors on the field to pose with 1961-62 trophies. STARS—All-Conference ( ), All-County (+), and All-State (1) Bulldogs pose at trophy case. George Underwood + t, Charles Warnke +, Lloyd Tharpe , Butch Kyser +, Albert Scott +, and Jerry Smith- erman +f, CAPTAINS—Scott and Underwood accept congratulations and Shelby County Tro- phy from Bob Bolton, Columbiana. SIDELINES—Coach Martin, Scott, Coach Corbett, Williams, and Coach Fisher are not too worried about the situation in the homecoming game with Calera. Conference Champs LOOT—Coach Corbett, Underwood, Scott, and Coach Fisher proudly display the spoils of victory. 1961 RECORD Isabella Thompson Clanton Jemison Verbena Shelby County Calera Cordova B. B. Comer Vincent ACTION—Come on, baby, let's do the twist! Un- derwood twists away for 21 yards as partner Jerry Smitherman (61) removes the opposition. EVERYBODY—All the Bull- dogs in a lighter moment. First row: Kenneth Pickett, Albert Scott, Wayne Smith- erman, Mike Harkins, Rick Frost, Billy Hooker, Jerry Smitherman, Lloyd Tharpe, Ed Moore, Butch Kyser. Second row: Coach Theron Fisher, Lee Barclay, Charles Warnke, Bobby Hyde, Fred- die Williams, John Starks, George Underwood, Bill Scott, Eddye Lawley, Mick- ey Acker, Coach Charles Martin. Third row: Larry Pack, Bob- by Birchfield, Don Hurt, Eddie Gentry, Herby Mil- stead, John Henderson, Coach Cratie Corbett, Les- lie Hubbard, Johnny Love- lady, Robert Walters, Mick- ey Henson. LEE BARCLAY 135 Ibs., halfback RICK FROST 175 Ibs., center MIKE HARKINS 160 Ibs., guard one PA ff Pie Ps . 10 SENIORS HELP AS... BULLDOGS SCORE 9-I OPENER IS EASY WIN Montevallo’s high-geared offense, which exploded for 256 points in 1961, blasted off to a quick start as George Under- wood wriggled 69 yards to paydirt on the first play from scrim- mage in the initial win over Isabella, 54-0. After that the Bull- dogs made scoring look easy in their 17th straight victory. Butch Kyser blocked a punt, and Bobby Hyde raced 15 yards for a TD. John Starks went in from the five. Lee Barclay scored from the nine. Charles Warnke crossed the payoff stripe twice—once from the five and again from the 39, and Under- wood scored two more. WARRIORS FALL FIFTH TIME Montevallo traveled to Thompson for the second contest; and, when the battle was done, the cry of the Bulldogs’ tradi- tional foe was once again, “Wait ‘til next qm year.” The Bulldogs won 19-0. a Freddie Williams displayed his pass-inter- im ception talents, and Jerry Smitherman ac- [i quainted fans with the line’s speed as he caught Johnny Busby from behind when the Warrior back was well on his way for a TD. Underwood ran over all three Bulldog scores. CLANTON STOPPED COLD A staunch MHS defense held Clanton to nine yards on the ground as the Bulldogs took victory No. 19, 13-0. Underwood scor- ed both touchdowns. Kyser blocked a punt to set up the first TD, and two passes which Underwood threw to Warnke and Albert Scott paved the way for the second one. Jerry Smitherman, making his debut as kicker for the PAT, scored ,one for two. BULLDOGS PLAY “TOUCH AND GO” © Mode 175 Ibs., Jemison’s Mustangs got no closer than 44 yards as Montevallo’s stingy defense, headed 150 Ibs., by Jerry and Wayne Smitherman, held firm gag: oe for a 39-0 victory. rN, aN . The Bulldogs scored in every quarter: First —Starks (6 yds.); Second — Underwood (3 yds.); Third—Warnke (41 yds.), Underwood wood (1 yd.). a = th This game gave Underwood Post Herald’s Prep Player of the Week Award. VERBENA IS 44-6 VICTIM A surprise Statue of Liberty play set F. R. Jones of Verbena scampering 60 yards to score the first touchdown of the season against the Bulldo gs as Montevallo defeated the Red Devils 44-6. end KENNETH PICKETT end | ret. i S- to Williams (79 yds.); and Fourth—Under- 2 a RECORD IN I96I This was Warnke’s night. The big halfback tucked away two Verbena passes, besides scoring one touchdown from 10 yards out and galloping 67 yards for a second one. Other touchdown getters were Underwood (3), Bobby Hyde, and Mickey Henson. SHELBY SCARES BUT FALLS SHORT Shelby County drew first blood, but the sight of it trigger- ed the Bulldogs to a 13-10 victory Oct. 13. Warnke scored both MHS touchdowns. After Kenny Skelton’s field goal put Shelby ahead, the Bull- dogs drove 87 yards to score, then forced the Wildcats to punt , © and executed a 65-yard drive for a second touchdown. re fk Ot Weaver took a Bulldog kick and raced 85 yards to set GEORGE UNDERWOOD up Hank Spires’ touchdown for Shelby from the two. 175 Ibs., halfback BULLDOGS SHOW OFF FOR ALUMNI Capitalizing on their sharp forward wall, Montevallo’s backs had a field day against Calera as they scored in every quarter for a 34-0 homecoming romp. Underwood made three touchdowns (40 yards, 22 yards, and 27 yards on a pass from Williams). Warnke had a 64-yard touchdown run, and Williams a two-yard quarterback sneak for a TD. MHS HOLDS STATE’S LONGEST STRING Montevallo extended its win streak (long- est in the state at the time) to 24 with a 14-7 conquest of the Cordova Blue Devils. At Cordova, four passes helped spell vic- tory. Three which Lloyd Tharpe received from Underwood added 39 yards, and one oe from Underwood to A. Scott was good for a es se touchdown. Starks went over from the two d tee = Sa for Montevallo’s second score. Smitherman ALBERT SCOTT kicked two for two to add the extra points. 143 the, quarterback ee Jimmy Kendrick ran 46 yards in the third siasieaiicenias LLOYD THARPE quarter for Cordova’s touchdown. ae ibs., halfback 165 Ibs., end LACKEY LOWERS THE BOOM Led by Larry Lackey, B. B. Comer snapped Montevallo’s 24-game win streak, 12-0. A stalwart Bulldog defense, headed by the Smithermans, Kyser, and Hyde, held the victors behind their own 40-yard line throughout the first half; but Lackey would not be contained after intermission. BULLDOGS SIGN OFF WITH 26-0 WIN Ten seniors ended their high school grid careers in winning fashion as they captained the Bulldogs in a 26-0 romp over Vincent. Underwood ran his year’s total to twenty touchdowns as he scored three times. Wil- liams completed three of seven passes—one was a 20-yard heave to Tharpe for a TD. FREDDIE WILLIAMS Bulldogs Do Many Things .. . THEY RUN... F a rN ee L- Freddie Williams (11) and George Underwood (behind ref) run across goal line in 26-0 Vincent win. Underwood (41) catches pass; Albert Scott (51) approaches. GET CAUGHT... + As Cliff Harper makes Scott is caught in Vincent trap. banquet speech. (al | AND EAT... 111 7 Football banquet at cafe- teria, Feb. 12, honors play- ers, coaches, managers, and male supporters. Bob Couch is toastmaster. BASKETBALL The Bulldogs won 15 games and were fourth- place winner in the Fifth District Tournament held at Shades Valley High in Birmingham. RECORD THEY WE Vincent 28 39 = Indian Springs 67 Columbiana 55 57 Calera 35 Vincent 24 43 Thompson 52 B. U. S. 25 56 Thorsby 48 Holtville 45 60 Jemison 64 Thorsby 39 1 McAdory (forfeit) 0 Plantersville 26 60 =Thorsby 43 Columbiana 60 64 B. U.S. 43 Carloweville 49 47 Calera 48 Columbiana 55 65 Warrior 46 Thompson 47 59 Columbiana 54 Thompson 54 43 Curry 52 McAdory 47 32 Thompson 60 COACHES GET TOGETHER— Coach Corbett, head basketball man, ex- plains the finer points of the basketball to Coach Fisher, director of B Team and Junior basketball. TWO STAND OUT IN BASKETBALL— Ed Moore—All-County, All-Conference All-District Ed Kyser—All-County, All-District BULLDOGS LINE UP FOR THE CAMERAMAN— Team — Front: John Starks, Bobby Hyde, Johnny Love- lady, Ed Kyser, Albert Scott. Back: Herby Milstead, Rick Frost, Ed Moore, Bob Bear- den, Johnny McNeel. FIVE SENIORS END BULLDOG CAREERS RICK FROST—Scrappy 6'1” forward. Rick is one of those good all-around athletes. He was at his best in bas- ketball on crip shots and rebounding. i JOHN LANKFORD—Center and tallest man on the squad at 66”. This faithful, hard-working senior has a real love for the game. JOHNNY McNEEL—Forward. A good shot from any place or position. Mack is a fine man to have around “just in case.” ee ED MOORE—2 years. Center, forward. “Big Red” led the team in scoring and rebounding. He uses his height to a good advantage on jump shots along the base line. ALBERT SCOTT—2 years. Cool, unex- citable. Though small in stature, as a team man, sport, and all-around athlete, Albert is tops. Albert Scott gets caught in the mid- die in Conference Tournament game with Plantersville. B TEAM—Front: Eddie Gentry, Larry Pick- ett, Eddie Southern, Charles McGehee. Back: Paul Bailey, Jimmy Boyd, Bob Brown, Bill Scott, Bart Tolbert. JUNIOR TEAM—Front: Larry Pickett, Grady Partridge, James Blair, Kenneth Burdette, Wayne Davis. Back: Coach Theron Fisher, Mike Melton, Paul Bailey, Larry McGaughy, Charles Brownlee, Bil. Scott, Robert Walters. (All-County: Bai- ley, Brownlee, and Scott) GOLFERS—Coached by Coach Martin, these boys entered two tournaments. This was the first time for MHS to par- ticipate in this sport as a team. Left to right: Rick Frost, Albert Scott, Ed Kyser. Bulldogs Have Successful Season In BASEBALL MR. BASEBALL, himself, is Coach Theron Fisher at MHS. In 14 years his teams have brought home 10 county trophies. THESE THREE STAR — Charles Warnke (2b); Lloyd Tharpe (1b); and George Underwood (ss) represented Montevallo at Clanton’s East- West tryout May 6. BULLDOGS AND COACH SMILE FOR CAMERAMAN—Front: Don Hurt, Larry 1962 RECORD Pack, Johnny Lovelady, Bobby Hyde, Ed Kyser, Vickey Terrell, Bart Tol- THE bert, Norman Eiland. Back: Lloyd Tharpe, Charles Warnke, George Under- Y wood, Herby Milstead, Albert Scott, Charles Harrison, Bill Scott, Rick Jemison 1 Frost, Coach Theron Fisher. Jemison Thompson Marion Calera Shelby Rome, Ga. Shelby Calera Ramsay Marion Indian Springs Vincent 4 5 5 5 6 7 Thompson 3 3 6 5 4 4 4 oO oO NBD NN BR OO @ Isabella Indian Springs —— Vincent ¢ sila + cee j a Jem on SN od snaieol SN — oZ bended a) Make your home complete McCLURE DRUG CO. “On the Corner’ MONTEVALLO PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY LUMBER COMPANY Dial MO 5-4371 Everything for building Compliments of McCULLEY’S Montevallo, Alabama Phone MO 5-6801 Compliments of Montevallo Studio of Dance PHONE MO 5-7052 PAGE 84 MONTEVALLO MOTOR CO., INC. Sales and Service Phone MO 5-4481 Your Dependable Chevrolet Dealer Firestone Compliments of MONTEVALLO HOME AUTO MONTEVALLO SUPPLY CLEANERS Recapping and Radiator Repairs Phone MO 5-7216 SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT Compliments of SHELL SERVICE STATION THE SPECIALTY SHOP J. M. Allen Phone MO 5-7231 Gifts from Compliments of STONE JEWELRY SEAMAN TIMBER Are MO5-7279 ; ie Appreciated MO 5-7296 PAGE 85 Westinghouse LAWLER SPECIALTY INC. 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