Montevallo High School - Montala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

 - Class of 1963

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a ee ee ee eB le ee ed =“ . bs . ed : od a Se St oS Oe 1-4 2 — 4 344 - ® e - a _ —. ae e - sé a a? - a. - Ps - mrt 7 + — er 7 Fs a a ad te ‘= os eee see " —— “toa oe bt ee oe ke ee ee ee rs : t a The MONTALA 63 Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Alabama 1963 FOREWORD Lite is a series of jOUTNeys through many times and plac es Schoo! years afe only a few of them, but the wondertul thing about any journey is the memories of it. In this MON TALA we—the staff—present lasting memories of the school Yedrl, 1962-63 DEDICATION Behind every successful project is a successful person. The MONTALA is such a project, and its quality and su ccess are due to the efforts of Mrs. Emily Pendleton, National Honor Society sponsor. To her we dedicate the MONTALA ‘63 with many thanks. Here the staff peeks over the shoulder of artist Hubbard while editor-in-chief Day discusses cover design. Staff members pictured are Milford, Kyser, Strickland, Garrett, McEntee, Burke, and Smith. The ’63 Montala Staff Editor-!n-Chief : Norfleete Day Business Manager ..... | Annette Burke Advertising .. | ees = Bill Garrett Administration | eax | . Ed Kyser Organizations pees cc: ae .... Janice McEntee WRN eo css tes cses “a rae ae | ... Guy Milford EG aS S | ae ... Delilah Smith Cree Bator... SR cocecesesseesesssee Fred Strickland PE eA tens sa Sse se Lec veseessseeee.-... Leslie Hubbard sponsor ........ foe cse ss , ae | Mrs. Emily Pendleton - PAGE 4 ADMINISTRATION For every journey taken, someone has planned and prepared. This has been the job of the faculty as they have worked together for the success of the school year. FRR wy 5 = oon sa Se re Se MR. GUY MILFORD Principal MR. ELVIN HILL Shelby County Superintendent LEE BARCLAY W. E. ROBINSON ALBERT SCOTT, SR. Montevallo Trustees MRS. MARGARET HOLLINGSWORTH MRS. REBECCA McGAUGHY Alabama College, B.S., M.A.T. Alabama College, B.S. Home Economics Home Economics MISS ETHEL HARRIS MRS. C. G. SHARP Alabama College, B.S. Southwestern-Memphis, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Peabody College , M.A. General Science, Biology, Latin Chemistry, Physics young 57 " - ase Sra Si ARAM SSL TENCE Fates : MISS SUSIE DeMENT Alabama College, B.S University of Tennessee, M.S Typewriting, Shorthand MR. B. W. HAMRIC Jacksonville State, B.S Peabody College, M.A English MRS. CAROLYN EDFELDT Birmingham Southern, A.B. Alabama College, M.A.T. Speech, English, Journalism MR. DOUGLAS MORRIS Alabama College, B.S. Mathematics Prcunarr ai armeric MISS VINNIE LEE WALKER MRS. ANNE MILFORD Athens College, B.S. University of Alabama, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Librarian English MRS. SARA CAIRNS MRS. PAT LOGAN Alabama College, A.B., M.A.T. Alabama College, B.A. History Art : ms = were, behead j ARRAS SAL. MR. THERON FISHER Birmingham Southern, A.B. Coach, Civics Mr. Ivey Sims Maintenance Man MR. CHARLES MARTIN Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. Peabody College, M.A. Coach, General Business Physical Education MR. CRATIE CORBETT Livingston State College, B.S. Coach, History, Democracy MR. M. D. THORNTON Auburn University, B.S., M.S. Vocational Agriculture MRS. PAT KELLY Judson College, B.S. Physical Education MRS. EMILY PENDLETON Alabama College, B.S., M.A.T. Junior High MRS. OPAL LONG Office Secretary NOT PICTURED NOT PICTURED MRS. CAROLYN TOLBERT University of N. C., A.B. French MISS KATHRYN FARRINGTON -Livingston State College, B.S. Junior High MRS. DORIS JETER Alabama College, A.B., M.A. Junior High MR. VICTOR T. YOUNG University of Michigan, M.M. College of Wooster (Ohio) B.S., BM. Band MRS. FRANCES ANTHONY Alabama College, A.B. Junior High SENIORS As first-class passengers, seniors have enjoyed many memor- able experiences. As they leave on further journeys beyond the high school years, they carry many significant memories of teachers, friends, and activities. ae NN Net 5s = SS Oe. SE Se SS ANDERSON BALLARD JOHNNY ANDERSON TERRY ANDERSON DOUGLAS HAYDEN BALLARD, JR. FFA 1,2,3,4,; Art Club 4; Basketball. LYNDA BARRETT FHA 1; Band 1,2; Brass Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Math Club 4, Vice President 4. ANN BEAM Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FHA 4, JAMES ROBERT BEARDEN Math Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1; FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 1; Library Club 1; “M” Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Boys State 3, elected to Supreme Court; Youth Citizenship Panel 4; Basketball 3,4. BEAM BEARDEN BLACKMON BOYD CHARLOTTE ANN BLACKMON FTA 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Sciegce Club 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Beta Club 1,2,3; Music Club 3, Music Club Pianist 3; Cheerleader; Undergrad Favorite; Junior Miss Chit-Chatter. (Transfer Student 4). JIMMY LEE BOYD FFA 1,2,3,4, Sec retary Greenhands 1; Library Club 1, Secretary 1; Math Club 4; Hi-Y 4; “M " Club 4; Foot- ball 4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3. ANNETTE BURKE French Club 1,2,3, Vice President 3; Band 2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Library Club 4; Spotlight Ex- change Club 4. BUTLER CLARK BURKE WAYNE BUTLER MACK CLARK FFA 1; Band 1,2; Art Club 3,4, President 4; Business Club 4; All County Band 1,2; Spotlight Cartoonist; Over- all Homecoming Decoration Committee; Chairman 1963 March of Dimes Drive. PAMELA JANE CROWE Teenage Safety Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Art Club 1,4; Latin Club 2,3, Treasurer 2; Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Spotlight Staff 4, News Editor 4; Freshman Beauty 1; Sweetheart of Albertville High School 2, Cheerleader 3; Girls State 3. (Transfer Student 3). CROWE DAY DRAPER NORFLEETE DAY Jr. Speech Club; Junior Science Club 1; Band 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Student Council 3,4, Chaplain 4; FTA 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; French Club 3; Junior Academy of Science 3,4; Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 4; Editor of Montala 4; First Place, Junior Oratorical Contest 1; Second place, School Citizenship Essay Contest 3. DENNIS EDWARD DRAPER FFA 1, President, Greenhands; Spotlight 3,4, Sports Editor 3, Editor 4; Winner in Essay on Communism and its Threat to the Free World. EVERETT FANCHER VIRGINIA EVERETT THOMAS MYRON FANCHER, JR. FFA 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Brass Club 1,2,3; Swing Band 1,2,3; Spotlight Staff 3; Math Club 4; Perfect Atten- dance 2. BRENDA FLETCHER FHA 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Business Club 4 FLETCHER or ee ae GARRETT GARNER JIMMY GARNER JULIA ANN HAYES FFA 1,2,3, Treasurer 3. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, WILLIAM ROBERT GARRETT Jr. Academy of Science 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President JIMMY HERRON 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Brass Club 1,2; Swing Band 1,2,3; Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Hi-Y 4; Montala Staff FFA 1,3,4, Grenhand Vice President. 4; Math Club 4; All A’‘s 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; All County Band 1,3,4; Festival Band 2; Senior Play 4; Boys State 3; Alabama Conference on Citizen- ship 3; Alabama Junior Academy of Science Conven- tion 4; First place Central Alabama Regional Science Fair 2; Fourth place Alabama State Fair 2; Alternate NSF Summer Science Institu te at Auburn 3; Certificate of Achievement, Curtis School Award; Outstanding EARLENE HOLSOMBACK Scholarship, Annual Nationwide Vocabulary Exam. FHA 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y¥Y 3,4; FTA 3,4; Business Club 4, HERRON HOLSOMBACK HOOKER HUBBARD BILLY HOOKER FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3; Math Club 1; “M” Club 3,4; Hi-Y 4; Art Club 4; State Farmers Degree; Electrician Award 3; Football! 2,3,4. LESLIE HOWELL HUBBARD, JR. French Club 1,2,4; Math Club 23,4; Hi-Y 3,4; “M " Club 3,4; Co-Editor, Spotlight; Boys State 3; Artist, Montala 4. TRUMAN HUGHES Art Club 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2; Business Club 4. HUGHES BOBBY HYDE FFA 1,2,3,4; “M” Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 2,3,4; All State Football; Scholarship At Mem- phis State in Football; Perfect Attendance; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. LINDA JARVIS JORDAN FHA 1,2,3,4; Junior Degree in FHA; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Business Club 4. HYDE JORDAN LAWLEY EDMUND CLANTON KYSER ROBERT HUGH LEONARD “mM Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3, Vice President “y " Club 1; Chess Club 3; Math Club. 4; Baseball 3: Hi-Y 3,4; Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Math Club 4; Basketball 2. (Transfer Student 4). 4; President, Senior Class; Montala Staff 4; Football 1,2,3,4, All County 3,4, All Conference 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, All County Junior Team 1, All County 3,4, All Fifth District 3; Golf 2,34; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Delegate to JOHN MALCOLM LOVELADY Alabama High School Student Council Convention 2. Junior Council 1, Secretary 1; Student Council 1,4, Vice President 4; Band 1,2; Swing Band 1,2; FFA 1, Student Advisor 1; Math Club 3,4, President 4; “M” Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Hi-Y 4; French Club 4; All County B Team Basketball; Basketball 3; Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. SHIRLEY ANN LAWLEY WANDA GAIL LUCAS Math Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Alternate, Oratorical Con- FHA 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Business Club test 3. 4; Junior Degree in FHA. LEONARD LOVELADY LUCAS LUMPKIN McENTEE WALTER LARRY LUMPKIN JUDY DIANA McGAUGHY FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Assistant Treasurer 4; Repre- Library Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Art Club 4; Vice President sentative to FFA Summer Camp; Electrification Award. of Homeroom 3. MARY JANICE McENTEE GUY WINDSOR MILFORD Band 1,2,3,4; Swing Band 1,2,3; Brass Club 1,2; Junior science Club 1; Junior Academy of Science 2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 4; Hi-Y 4; All County Band 1,2,3,4; Second place Central Alabama Science Fair 1; Perfect Attendance 2,3; National Science Foundation 3; Boys State 3; Citizenship Convention 3; BARBARA GAIL McGAUGHY Journalism Convention 3; Vocabulary Award 3; Honor- Library Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Art Club 4; Spotlight Staff able Mention Citizenship Essay Contest 3; National Merit 4; Award for Magazine Sales 3. Scholarship Semi-Finalist and Finalist 4; Senior Play 4. McGAUGHY McGAUGHY MILFORD HERBY MILSTEAD Junior Academy of Science 1,2; Student Council 2,3,4; “M’ Club 2.3.4, President 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Vice President, Homeroom |; All A’s 1; Boys State; Footbal! 3; Basketball 3,4; Base- ball 2,3,4. BONNIE ARLINE MIMS Library Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Clarinet Club 1; Majorette 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, President 4; Senior Homecoming At- tendant 4, ORR PHILLIPS MIMS MILSTEAD AMY ORR FHA 1,2,3, Reporter 2, Secretary 3; Cheerleader Club 1,2,3,4; Clarinet Club 1,2; Band 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplin 3, Reporter 2; FTA 4; Business Club 4; All County Band 2; Cheerleader 2,3,4. BOBBY PHILLIPS FFA 1,2; Junior Science Club 1; Junior Academy of Science 2,3; French Club 4, President 4; Hi-Y 4; First Place Science Fair; Basketball 1. HENRIETTA PICKETT Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Secretary, Homeroom 3,4; Honor Roll; Certificate for Magazine Sales 3. PICKETT PICKETT POOLE JUDY PICKETT Junior Council 1, Parliamentarian 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; Jun- ior Girls Athletic Association 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Business Club 4; Treasurer, Junior Class; Junior Attendant 1; Overall Homecoming Chairman 4; Overall Prom Chair- man 3; Homecoming Attendant 4; Majorette 4; Ala- “bama Conference on Citizenship 3. JUDY POOLE FHA 1,2,3,4, Recreation Leader 2, Reporter 3, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Cheerleader Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Crisco Award 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Band 1,2; All County Band 2. DORIS PRICE Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FHA 4; Honor Roll; Shorthand Certifi- cate 3. GAIL PRICE Junior Student Council 1, President 1; FHA 1,2,3, Parliamentarian 3; Band 1,2; Clarinet Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Reporter 3; Math Club 3,4; Business Club 4, President 4; French Club; Girls State 3; Elected Audi- tor at Girls State 3. JANE TAYLOR ROBINSON FHA 1,2,3, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; Junior Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Secretary 3; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Business Club 4, Social Chairman 4; Treasurer 4; Business Club 4, Social Chairman 4; FTA 4; French Club 4; Junior Homecoming Attendant 1; Girls State, Elected Treasurer 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Good Citi- zenship Girl 4. ROBINSON DELILAH SMITH Junior Council 1; Band 1,2; FHA 1,2,3, Historian 3; Student Council 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Honor Society 3,4; Business Club 4, Secretary 4; FTA 4; Montala Staff 4; Homecoming Attendant 3. JEANETTE SMITH FTA 3,4; FHA 4; Tri-Hi-¥; Home Economics I! Club 4. JERRY SMITHERMAN Junior Council 1; Student Council 2,3,4, President 4; “NM” Club 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Math Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Football 2,3,4, All Coun- ty 2,3,4, All Corference 3,4, All State 3, Honorable mention All State 4; President of Junior Class 3. SMITHERMAN SMITHERMAN SMITH SMITH WAYNE SMITHERMAN Band 1; Brass Club 1; Swing Band 1; Science Club 1; Junior Academy of Science 2; “M” Club 2,3,4; Math Club 3,4, Secretary 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Scholarship to Mem- phis State in Football. JOHN BENNETT STARKS Library Club 1, President 1; Junior Academy of Science 1; “M " Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; Math Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Vice President, Jun- ior Class 3; Vice President Senior Class 4; Football 1,2, 3,4, All Conference 4; Basketball 1; All County Junior Team 1; Baseball 1; Representative to Boys State 3; Top Junior Class Magazine Salesman 3. STARKS STEPHENS STRICKLAND JOHN STEPHENS JAMES TAYLOR FFA 1,3,4, Vice President 3. WAYNE WARREN FREDERICK PAUL STRICKLAND, JR. Band 1,2,3,4, President 4; Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 4; Business Club 4, Vice President 4; All County Band 1,2,3,4; Montala Staff 4; Swing Band 2,3; Ala- bama Conference on Citizenship 3; Honorable Mention Citizenship Essay Contest 3; Co-Chairman 1963 March HOWARD WEAVER of Dimes Drive. Hi-Y 4; Math Club 4; Perfect Attendance. TAYLOR WARREN WEAVER UNDERCLASSMEN Too often the first-class passengers are allowed to overshadow all others. However, on this journey, the cooperation and achievements of the underclassmen are recognized and achieved. {itt Be Mise L143 as - i a : petite a Junior Class officers, standing from left McGehee, Rick Zucco, Angeline Davis, PAGE 26 ee ————————————e USE YOUR VOTE TO BPORT YOUR to right, are Charles and Emily Stansell. SR. If CORBETT Alvin Adams Ronnie Allen Ann Bashore Bobby Birchfield Sandra Brantley Henry Brewster Brian Cairns Jerri Crawford Angeline Davis Lois Eady Clinton Edwards Douglas Edwards Loran Fraser Phil Genry William Glosson Judy Goggins Charles Harrison Mickey Henson Mable Hill Jackie Holsombact Don Hurt Lavaughn Jarvis Carolyn Kyser Wanda Langston Carol Logan Judy Lucas Charles McGehee Reinhard Molgedei Kenneth Phillips Robert Price Linda Smith Calvin Stano David Thomas Jonne Thornton Bart Tolbert Kaye Williams Dale Youngblood LOGAN Mickey Acker Thomas Anderson Shirley Barrett Jack Bergstresser Barbara Brazier Bob Brown Pete Burage Geoff Chichester PAGE 27 Nan Hottman Ralpl Hotsombac Carolyn Hriber Brenda Hyde Pat Johnson q SS Be % PAS : 45'S 4, , Mildred King Marilyn Kyser Barbara Lawley Jerry Lucas Macky Miles : : ress Nellie Nannini Sheila Pickett Eddie Southern Emily Stansell Jerry Thompson Linda Warren Faye Williams Cathy Wooley Ricky Zucco SR. I—CAIRNS Ronnie Albright PAGE 28 Paul Bailey lane bice Gerald Blackn Clitt Bootne Randy By Fay (.arre Calvin Ha Ir Ssé Harper Flton Horton Geraldine Hughes Joyce Johnson Carolyn Lawley Jimmy Lawley Eugene Loggins Jimmy Lucas Virginia Lucas Mike McGaughy Linn Meyer William Murray Connie Oates Grady Partridge Carolyn Pratt Sharon Price Janet Rotenberry Ken Smitherman PAGE 29 he Seniors listen as Howard student discusses college life. PAGE 30 Bobby Strickland Barbara Walker George White Martin Rondal Anderson Don Beane Jo Ann Bice Betty Boothe Jimmy Burnette Ruth Crowe Sandra Driver Ray Edwards E. C. Fancher Mike Garrett Wallis Harrison Magdalen Henderson Ray Howell Beth Jeter Eddye Lawley John Lewis Jimmy Lovejoy Carolyn Lucas Mary Lucas Larry McGaughy Chery! Moss Larry Pack Jean Phillips Eddie Potts Martha Price David Robinson Sandra Scott Parents “swing” to square-dance calls. PAGE 31 i. Xs AMS PAGE 32 Terry Snow Barbara Tingle Susan Whaley Rosemary Wooley Morris Betty Allen Barbara Barclay Patricia Boothe Janice Bowden Charles Brownlee Linda Cantrell Wayne Davis Ellen Erwin James Garner Evelyn Goggins DeWitt Hare Nina Hollingsworth Wayne Horton Jack Hughes Virginia Jenks Dickie Knowles Mike Lovelady James Lumpkin Arnold Mills George Nix Sue Oesterling Susan Peters Larry Pickett Margaret Polk Brenda Price Barbara Reid PAGE 33 34 Billy Scott Marcia Snow Susan Thiemonge Robert Walters Lanice White JR. ttl—Edfeldt Donna Allen Janette Bice Barbara Birchfield Jimmy Birdsong J. D. Brand Tommy Brand Rhonda Davis Lemoyne Daviston Tommy Fletcher Gloria Fochtman Bonard Hamric Terry Herron Kenneth Hicks Jerry Hyde John Earl Jones Gaynelle Knowles Jayne Lucas Grace McEntee Candace McGaughy Margie Maxwell Dewayne Morris Ronald Motes Gail Polk James Polk Gary Smith David Smitherman Margaret Turpin Don Williams HAMRIC Tommy Beker Chery! Blackmon Larry Blankenship Margaret Boothe Charlotte Donour Jeana Dunaway Claude Eddings Ellen Freil Sue Goggins Willie Hardin Cleve Hatcher Susan Holsomback Don Horton Thomas Hyde Buddy Kirby Jean Lawley Thomas Lawley Leon Lucas Linda Majors Patricia Mills Harold Norriss Marion Payne Larry Phillips Martha Scott Carolyn Smith Janice Smitherman Clarence Stone MiG A By 2 PAGE 35 PAGE 36 Johnny Taylor HARRIS Alan Barclay Bobby Bean Roland Boothe Johnny Boyd Bobby Brown Ken Edwards Norman Ejiland Connie Grady Geraldine Hare Linda Harrison Ann Hoffman Philip Hubbard Roger Hughes Jimmy Leonard Brenda Lovelady Susan Lovelady Daisy Lutz Gay Nell Moreland Jerry Morgan Georgia Pardue Ann Pickett Mike Pickett Jerry Rhodes Delores Smith Lavern Smith Dale Thompson Robert Thompson JR. I1—ANTHONY Sandra Albright Paula Allen Denise Atkinson Danny Bearden Jackie Bice Alvin Boothe Gerald Boothe Betty Joyce Brantley Diana Brazier Karen Brown Terry Carter Milton Emfinger Billy Everett Bruce Fraser Carla Gaddie Joe Hall Beverly Harper Linda Hatcher Phyllis Holsomback Jerry Jernigan Richard Lawley Jean Martin Joe Meyer Anita Mitchell Barbara Morris David Nichols Mary Ann Parker Pam Pickett Roger Price Mary Robinson Lonnie Thompson Richard Tingle PAGE 37 — a a S , = a 4 - » 7 gind Ped — ee 7. ea Boys against girls in « is eee. 2 benefit basketball PAGE 38 a . oa ed ed - - a” leds Fy game. Debbie Vining Gary White FARRINGTON Joan Anthony Stanley Bailey Wanda Bice Fred Boothe Melvin Boothe Jimmy Bowlin Judy Brantley Larry Brewster Linda Byrd Ann Fagan Ann Franklin Lynn Frost Billy Joe Hall Geraldine Hancock Clem Harris Barry Hicks Becky Holsomback Mary Ann Holsomback Harry Horton Peggy Sve Hurt Patsy Kish Phyllis Logan Lucile Lovelady Jerry McGaughy Connie Majors Linda Nelson Clay Nordan Carey Pickett PAGE 39 dance benefits band. PAGE 40 Lynn Rotenberry Margie Scott Wanda Tingle Peggy Whaley JR. I—JETER Carol Alexander Sherry Anderson Betty Jane Barclay Larry Bearden Connie Cottey David Cummings Walter Czeskleba Cathy Eads Henry Edwards Jimmy Emfinger Roger Evans Ricky Fochtman Ann Goad Ronnie Hall Blain Harper Connie Hollingsworth Judy Horton Richard Hughes Paul Knowles Carol Lagrone Linda Lawley Gail Lucas Lester Lucas Sue Lutz Philip McEntee Jimmy Ray Maxwell Loy Miller Wayne Nichols Stacia Oates Sharon Pardue Donn Phillips Elree Price Janelle Reid Dick Scott Judy Smitherman Roy Starks Nellie Gray Strother Lovis Vernon Bucky Weaver PENDLETON Billy Wayne Allen Steve Arledge Debbie Bearden Betty Boothe Brenda Boothe Susan Crowe Judy Draper Sandra Eddings Linda Freeman Carolyn Frost Rance Galloway Paula Genry Nancy Goggins Millie Hardin Glenda Haynie Judy Holsomback Larry Horton was er ha) eee PAGE 4] PAGE 42 Robert Larry Horton Johnny Hyde Beulah Lawley Travis Loyd Jerry Lucas John Lucas Marie Lucas Jimmy McGaughy Waltraud Molgedei Thomas Nix David Noe Debbie Pack Donnie Payne Donnie Sue Reynolds Ellen Scott Ed Simpson Diane Spain Johnny Stephens Judy Swann Jimmy Thiemonge Newman Waters Billy White Page 43 SCHOOL LIFE No trip is truly satistying unless everyone works and plays together. Ample opportunities for work and play were pro- vided through many diversified activities and oganizations. eee oe Sar el re NR a ee Lois Eady Susan Thiemonge Susan Whaley Virginia Jenks CLARINETS Janice McEntee Fred Strickland Martha Scott Janet Rotenberry Susan Lovelady Barbara Barclay Mable Hill Carolyn Kyser Linda Cantrell Bonnie Mims Chery! Blackmon Donna Allen Delores Smith Lucile Lovelady Lynn Rotenberry Linda Byrd Peggy Sve Hurt Lynn Frost BASS CLARINET Linn Meyer ALTO SAXAPHONE Bobby Strickland Betty Allen Ellen Erwin Norfleete Day TENOR Sandra Scott Janice Bowden TROMBONE Bonard Hamric Claude Eddings Mary Ann Parker Beverly Harper Joe Meyer Debbie Vining Ann Fagan MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL BAND PICCOLO AND FLUTE CORNETS Guy Milford Bill Garrett Tim Fancher Jonne Thornton Angeline Davis Brenda Hyde Barbara Reid Randy Brown Grace McEntee Mike Lovelady Bruce Fraser Judy Brantley Melton Emfinger Kaye Williams Linda Smith Clay Nordan Johnny Taylor FRENCH HORN Annette Burke Beth Jeter Faye Williams BARITONE HORN LaVaughn Jarvis Rosemary Wooley Terry Carter BASSES Stanley Bailey Dewitt Hare DRUMS Jerrie Crawford Judy Lucas Candi McGaughy Brenda Lovelady Margie Scott Peggy Whaley Lemoyne Davistion BELLS AND -TYMPANI Ellen Friel DIRECTOR Victor T. Young INTERIM DIRECTOR John Stewart Beastet Shown above are majorettes Bonnie Mims, Mabel Hill, Kaye Williams, Judy Pickett, Faye Williams, Marilyn Kyser, Linda Smith, and Judy Lucas. The Montevallo High School Band is active in many areas. The marching band—of which the majorette corps is a part—performs at all MHS foot- ball games and also participates in various parades and other festivities. Taking over after the football season, the concert band fills the main part of the school year. This group presents several concerts during the year for the school and community. There is also a dance band composed of eleven advanced students. Fred Strickland serves as president for the band group. PAGE 45 Sap FTNG RA, rE idphely Cheerleaders Crowe, Kyser, Poole, Orr, and Hollingsworth “pose” in front of MHS. CHEERLEADERS ‘62-’63 HEAD CHEERLEADER—JUDY POOLE ALTERNATE—MARTHA 1PRICE MARILYN KYSER x _— cx O ) O z= = O = z PAM CROWE 2 ae _——™.! THE ONLY PERSON at : nat s Dennis Draper, editor, critiques each ve WHO SAVES TIME ig ry issue for suggested improvements from Carol Logan, Geoff Chichester, ONE WHO SPEND= Annette Burke, Mickey Henson, Chuckie Harrison, and Barbara Mc- iv WISELY Gaughy. SPOTLIGHT Mickey and Chuckie mimeograph the next issue of the paper Miss DeMent stencils headlines on Mimeoscope as suggested while Carol and Barbara check and type the exchange list. by Geoff, Annette, and Dennis. _ =a “ _ G te . - - 2 i es HERE ARE THE THREE SEP! os § : i ' . «see Cl ae | a | he'@ we jee Raye § ER so Junior Staff reporters—Bruce Fraser, Sandra Albright, Loy Pam Crowe, Mack Clark, and Mrs. Carl Edfeldt study the re- Miller, Betty Jane Barclay, Peggy Whaley, and Donna Rey- turns and awards from the NSPA. nolds—admire awards. SPOTLIGHT STAFF Editor Dennis Draper News Editor : Pam Crowe Features Carol Logan Artist Mack Clark Typist Barbara McGaughy Sports Writers Chuckie Harrison Mickey Henson Exchange Annette Burke Circulation ....... Geoff Chichester Sponsor ... Mrs. Carl Edfeldt Advisor . Miss Susie DeMent Staff and advisors examine previous issues of Spotlight and compare rat- ings of former years. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society, composed of qualified students from the eleventh and twelfth grades, is primarily a service group within the school. This group maintains a scholarship and vocational materials file and bulletin board, provides free baby sitting services for the PTA members, obtains honor roll listings at the end of each grading period, gives special recognition for high scholastic ratings at the end of the semester, and plans and produces the school yearbook, the Montala. Sponsor for this group is Mrs. Emily Pendleton. Ed Kyser and Norfleete Day Bill Garrett and Annette Burke Fred Strickland and Delilah Smith Guy Milford and Janice McEntee Pictured above from left to right are Don Hurt, Bobby Hyde, Wayne Smitherman, John Starks, Jerry Smitherman, Billy Hooker, Leslie Hubbard, Johnny Lovelady, Ed Kyser, Ken Phillips, Bobby Joe Birchfield, Mickey Henson, Chuckie Harrison, Bob Bearden, Jimmy Boyd, Loran Fraser, Billy Scott, Eddye Lawley, Norman Eiland, Herby Milstead, Charles Brownlee, Ed- die Gentry, Ricky Zucco, Jerry Lucas, Larry Pack and John Lewis. “ " M” CLUB The M Club is made up of athletes who have met requirements for let- tering in football, basketball, baseball, or track. Programs are set up by a program committee, under supervision of the sponsor. The club takes a project each year to help the school in some way. This year the members have undertaken the job of refurbishing the old band room so that it can be used for boys’ physical education classes. Club sponsor is Mr. Theron Fisher. PAGE 51 4p oes it : A ‘-_. atl a — =m te a eee Nf y ew 4 z ae ee Sa Jerry Smitherman, Johnny Lovelady, and Jane Robin- Council members pictured from left to right are Dale Youngblood, son, officers; Philip Hubbard, Cheryl Blackmon, Pam Crowe, Norfleete Day, John Starks, Charles McGehee, Rick Zucco, Sandra Nina Hollingsworth, Linda Harrison, Lemoyne Daviston, Nellie Nanini, Jonne Thornton, Paul Bailey, Mike Garrett, and Emily Stansell. Scott, Delilah Smith, Herby Milstead, Billy Scott, Mimi Edfeldt, Mr. Hamric, sponsor; STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an active force in the school. It sponsors Homecom- ing and the Community Chest Drive each year. In addition, the president presides at all assembly programs. Many material contributions have b een made to the school by this group. Some of these are trophy cases, lockers, a television set, and a record player. PAGE 52 | y '—_—— Se - , = tS ee 2 oa —- ££ ae A = — , a. i — r BA 3 . ; " % : . ee, = Ae _ “ — - " ‘ - _ “ . Le . - = € ae — aad . har se a — Org, —_ : » “oe 2 2 » Se Members pictured from left to right are Ellen Erwin, Angeline Davis, Jane Robinson, Martha Scott, Jean Phillips, Norfleete Day, Brenda Hyde, Amy Orr, Grace McEntee, Sandra Driver, Susan Lovelady, Connie Eddings, Cathy Woolley, Gail Price, Ear- lene Holsomback, Charlotte Blackmon, Geraldine Hare, Sandra Scott, Barbara Tingle, Pat Johnson, Nellie Nanini, Delilah Smith, Eddie Potts, Mimi Edfeldt, Virginia Jenks, Patsy Fochtman, Emily Stansell, Jeanette smith, Lavaughn Jarvis, Gail Lucas. Future Teachers of America This organization seeks to interest and inform students investigating or dedicated to a career in teaching. Club programs, outside speakers, dis- cussion groups, and AEA and NEA publications bring current informa- tion on education issues before the group. Two major projects of this year are to write a history of the local chapter and to carry out the third annual ob- servance of Teacher Appreciation Week in April. Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Carl Edfeldt. Pictured at right are officers Eddings, Johnson, Day, Woolley, Stansell, Na- nini, and Davis. ’ , sre om BY a Bul 7 aa : ; } - ae @ an a i A YL sine tert } an % . c ws re fe @ x Nes ww " wr ae BP id Mg . Pictured above are members and sponsors of the Montevallo FHA. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FHA is the national organization of students studying home economics in junior and senior high schools. It is an incorporated, non-profit organization, supported by mem- bership dues and local money-making projects. Sponsors for the group are Mrs. Hol- lingsworth and Mrs. McGaughy. Officers pictured from left to right are Martha Price, Nina Hollingsworth, Judy Poole, Marilyn Kyser, Barbara Barclay, Sandra Scott, Carolyn Kyser, Shirley Barrett, Linda Smith, Judy Lucas. “ . a ’ ; innate ag . : aU bei slab alls lina Pictured from left to right are Ann Lucas, Jerrie Crawford, Wanda Langston, Brenda Fletcher, Barbara Barclay, Mable Hill, Brenda Hyde, Angeline Davis, Judy Lucas, Linda Smith, Faye Williams, Carol Logan, Jeanette Smith, Linda Jarvis, Patricia Boothe, Martha Price, Ellen Erwin, Linda Cunningham, Jo Hayes, Sheila Pickett, Linda Warren, Chery! Moss, Carolyn Kyser, Ruth Crowe, Evelyn Goggins, Carolyn Lawley, Sandra Driver, Barbara Tingle, Jean Phillips, Marcia Snow, Kaye Williams, Betty Allen, Rosemary Wooley, Cathy Woolley, Pat Johnson, Bonnie Goggins, Shirley Barrett, Suzy Oesterling, Virginia Jenks, Linda Cantrell, Barbara Walker, Magdalene Henderson, Judy Pickett, Susan Whaley, Barbara Reid, Amy Orr, Susan Thie- monge, Gail Price, Susan Peters, Earlene Holsomback, Henrietta Pickett, Doris Price, Ann Beam, Judy Poole, Anne Bashore, Gail Lucas, and Shirley Lawley. TRI-HI-Y The Tri-Hi-Y, being a service club, selects projects which will be beneficial to the school and the community. A businss meeting is held the first Monday of each month. Other meetings are devoted to programs which include guest speakers, as well as pro- grams presented by club members. Officers pictured below are Angeline Davis, Faye Williams, Bonnie Mims, Cathy Woolley, and Linda Warren. CHAPTER FARMERS FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The FFA is composed of chartered state associations which, in turn, are made up of local chapters situated in schools having departments of vo- cational agriculture. Boys enrolled in such courses constitute its active membership, but provision is also made for associate and honorary mem- bership. Membership is entirely voluntary. Programs of work partcipated in by all members are set up annually by each chapter which include definite goals and means for working toward the goals. Sponsor for this group is Mr. M. Thornton. OFFICERS a ear isan dtlaal hes President BA POE iv tcsierci cecesnugantiseiceki nices rinse ... Treasurer Bobby Joe Birchfield ..................... ICIS Ist Vice-President POE PRMD ssccgocctapsccsaccvcn nadine teisenamnitbany xencieosetpeies Sentinel NIN ia ee 2nd Vice-President EIN sci inti, cccscpaes ls co Auten Riarcemeanees Asst. Advisor Jerry Thompson ......000.. os a Dectian Secretary SUIT ROUND 6e=icccdactcutictsansonndecesalsiincdsneects Parliamentarian I Sat 6. 5s cevcaneyecdiaonrenebusscavevscusiicunaaiabnnvonks Reporter SI RII secseiaonctasch catentannss soc caabnasaciackantssttesensiapiicccen Chaplain i Ri SS Star ecescditcgu clic Suc Ena tdi kpc niatieaticies tesltadoe Advisor PAGE 56 GREENHANDS Pictured below are seniors Larry Lumpkin, Jimmy Herron, Johnny Anderson, Truman Hughes, Jimmy Boyd, Bobby Hyde, Doug Ballard, Bobby Phillips, Bob Bearden, John Stephens and Billy Hooker. THE BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS President Gail Price Vice President Fred Strickland Secretary-Treasurer Delilah Smith social Chairman Amy Orr Faculty Advisor Miss Susie DeMent Truman Hughes, Miss DeMent, and Mack Clark straighten out the “Macbeth” stencils. The purpose of the Business Club is to supple- ment the typewriting and shorthand courses. Pro- grams are planned to take care of questions sen- ior ‘students may have concerning job possibili- ties, the state employment service, applying for a job, and what business expects from its em- ployees. Any senior enrolled in typing and or shorthand is eligible for membership. Gail Lucas, Brenda Fletcher, Linda Jordan and Ear- lene Holsomback take turns working in the ma- chines room. Officers Smith, Price, and Strickland pose “on duty.” Judy Pickett, Jane Robinson, and Amy Orr count homeroom collections during March of Dimes cam- paign for which the club collected $917. i! fi Hit HAY i i! Hi lif Pictured above are, first row, Janice McEntee, Guy Milford (Treasurer), Johnny Lovelady (President), Ruth Crowe, Linda Barrett (Parliamentarian), Jerry Smitherman (Secretary). Second row, Mike Garrett, Susan Thiemonge, Suzy Oesterling, Barbara Barclay, Mable Hill, Eddie Lawley, Bart Tolbert. Third row, Randy Brown, Tim Fancher, Leslie Hubbard, John Lewis, Bobby Leonard, Billy Scott. Fourth row, Fred Strickland, Ronnie Allen, Bill Garrett, Bob Bearden, Wayne Smith- erman, Ed Kyser. Fifth row, Reinhard Molgedei, Howard Weaver, Jimmy Boyd. MATH CLUB The Math Club consists of students who have completed at least one year of algebra and are interested in discovering more about mathematics. Once a week the time allotted is used to take a quick look at phases of math which have not been covered in class. PAGE 59 re ce Le eet) ee + eee, , HE GEeLect OF Cty Kates s Pemrren oF mt Te Say om ach Sma ey Me Se Wy i ow eee, ee “ce surxiwy COUNTY ALABAMA ye 1 OO © eee kom ie cen weeTvavase Seen — os y Members pictured above are Susan Thiemonge, Suzy O6esterling, Susan Peters, Barbara Reid, Janet Rotenberry, Norfleete Day, Susan Whaley, Lynn Meyer, Patsy Fochtman, Bill Garrett, Larry McGaughy, Paul Bailey, Ronnie Albright, Ricky Zucco, and Guy Milford. JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE One of the main purposes of the Junior Academy of Science is to offer opportunities for experiences to encourage students to choose a scientific career. Members are urged to do individual projects, write papers, and to work on a club project. This year’s project, pictured above, was dis- played at the state meeting of the Academy. Members also participate in the North Céntral Science Fair in Birmingham. Sponsor for the group is Miss Ethel Harris. Officers are Bill Garrett, President; Guy Milford, Vice President; Patsy Fochtman, Secretary; and Larry McGaughy, Treasurer. PAGE 60 es Cre Si ae ; ar-€ @ . —— tok a Yre rey s me a a ; . 5 “ Eighth grade group pictured from left to right are Margie Scott, Barry Hicks, Lucile Lovelady, Alvin Boothe, Jerry Mc- Gaughy, Joan Anthony, Peggy Sve Hurt, Lynn Frost, Peggy Whaley, Phyllis Logan, Bruce Fraser, Clay Nordan, Milton Em- finger, Billy Everett, Patsy Kish, Terry Carter, Linda Byrd, and seated, Stanley Bailey, Vice President; Lynn Rotenberry, Presi- dent; Sandra Albright, Secretary-Treasurer. JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUBS The Junior High School Science Club was organized to help provide a means whereby interested students could meet together for the sharing of ideas and the gaining of information in the various scientific fields. This year, the club has been divided into two groups to take care of the large membership. Sponsor for both sections is Mrs. Emily Pendleton. Seventh grade pictured from left to right are Louis Vernon, Ellen Scott, Bucky Weaver, Travis Loyd, Donnie Payne, Elree Price, Co-Treasurer; Larry Bearden, Steve Arledge, Co-Treasurer; Thomas Nix, Jimmy Emfinger, Philip McEntee, Donna Rey- nolds, Donn Phillips, Ronnie Hall, Blain Harper, Vice President; Dick Scott and Roy Starks, Co-President; and Judy Draper, Secretary. : y a fj | } | n PADR thder Pins 0 Pe RTT tii Members pictured above are Brown, Gentry, Thornton, Clark, Woolley, Freil, McGaughy, Byrd, Youngblood, P. Whaley, Reid, Rotenberry, C. McGaughy, B. McGaughy, Miles, Ballard, Thomas, Crowe, Poole, Bashore, S. Whaley, Cantrell, Meyer, Hooker, and Moss. ART CLUB Two big highlights of the year for the Art Club are the annual Alabama Art Club Convention and the local sidewalk art show which is held in the spring. In addition to these two events, the group holds four meet- ings each month, three of which are workshop meetings and the fourth a business séssion. Sponsor for the club is Mrs. Pat Logan. Officers are Mack Clark, President; David Thomas, Vice President; Rosemary Woolley, Secretary; Larry McGaughy, Treasurer. PAGE 62 Pictured above are club officers, Paula Allen, Secretary; Beth Jeter, Pianist; Phyllis Holsomback, Vice President; Mary Ann Parker, President; Carol Alexander, Treasurer; Lois Eady, Pianist; and Sponsor, Mrs. Frances Anthony. GIRLS’ CHORUS Club members come from the seventh and eighth grades. These .girls meet three times a week and present both a Christ- mas and Spring Concert. Members shown above are Stansell, Allen, Eady, Woolley, Hubbard, Brown, Thomas, Price, Lovelady, Robinson, McGehee, Thornton, Chichester, Treasurer; Youngblood, Secretary; Phillips, President. Not pictured is Loran Fraser, Vice President. Sponsor is Mrs. Bruce Tolbert. FRENCH CLUB LIBRARY CLUB Members shown below are Barbara Lawley, Wanda Langston, Sue Goggins, Secretary-Treasurer;: Carolyn Lawley. President; Pat Booth, Vice President; Annette Burke, Carolyn Lucas, Carolyn Pratt, Donna Allen, Anne Pickett, Marcia Snow, Patricia Mills, Lanice White, Margaret Polk, Joyce Johnson, Shirley Edwards, Brenda Price. » — 4 4 A , Pictured from left to right are Newman Waters, Vice President; Margie Scott, President; Peggy Sve Hurt, Secretary; Su- san Crowe, Treasurer; Millie Hardin, Denise Atkinson, Lynn Frost, Joan Anthony, Mary Ann Parker, Bruce Fraser, Nellie Gray Strother, Sandra Albright, Lynn Rotenberry, and Jerry McGaughy. Sponsor is Mrs. Sara Cairns. JUNIOR CITIZENS’ CLUB SPELLING BEE Participants shown above are Connie Hollingsworth, Betty Jane Barclay, Carolyn Frost, Paula Alien, Judy Draper, Stacia Oates, Sue Lutz, Johnny Stephens, Jimmy McGaughy, Linda Lawley, Ed Simpson, Steve Arledge, David Nichols, Ellen Scott, Judy Smitherman, Ann Goad, Carol Lagrone, Donnia Sue Reynolds, Judy Horton, Terry Carter, and Thomas Nix. Mrs. Doris Jeter sponsors the group. Members are Kyser, Phillips, Hurt, Hooker, Hubbard, Hyde, Starks, Secretary-Treasurer; Smitherman, President; Harrison, Vice President; Boyd, W. Smitherman, Henson, Lovelady, Milford, K. Phillips, Bearden, Glosson, Thornton, Chichester, Birchfield, Allen, Garrett, Weaver, and Milstead, Chaplain. Sponsor is Mr. Charles Martin. HI-Y The Hi-Y is a service organization. Its purpose is to create and maintain high standards of Christian leadership. Working within the school it seeks to promote ‘integrity and self-discipline, democratic methods, and Chris- tian responsibility. PAGE 66 “Special Events and Awards”’ During the school year, many special awards are presented. Outstanding work in all areas of achievement are recognized and a day is set aside at the end of the school year to point out these accomplishments. One of this year’s award winners is Miss Jane Tay- lor Robinson—named “Good Citizenship Girl” of Montevallo High School. An outstanding event of the year was the re-evaluation of the activity program of M.H.S. Members of the re-evaluation visiting team are shown below along with the Montevallo chairman and principal. Pictured are Dr. Alton Crews, Dr. Joe Coupland, Mr. R. C. McCulley, Mrs. Ouida Kinzey, Dr. William Baxter, Mrs. Doris Jeter, Dr. William Mur- ray, and Mr. Guy Milford. a eee Boys’ State representatives are selected each May from members of the eleventh grade. Senior boys attending last sum- mer’s meeting were Ed Kyser, Guy Milford, Bob Bearden, Bill Garrett, Leslie Hubbard, Herby Milstead, and John Starks. Girls’ State representatives were Jane Taylor Robinson and Gail Price. Recipient of the Betty Crocker Award (Home Economics) was Janice McEntee. 4 “Miss” Gary Smith in action during bene- tit basketball game for the March of Dimes. award winners—Rosemary Woolley, Dennis Draper, and Grace Mcéntee. Bill Scott accepts “door prize’ presented by Shelby County Savings and Loan Association during Band Benefit Dance as lee Barclay, school trustee and co-president of school music club, looks on. That Wonderful Year Homecoming 1962 Sponsored by the Student Council, Homecoming is one of the biggest events of the school year at M.H.S. With an appointed student chairman and a faculty sponsor, preparation begins early for the autumn date. This year’s chairmen—Judy Pickett and Mrs. Sara Cairns—guided other student leaders and faculty members through all steps of planning, in- cluding the student body selection of a queen and her court. A pep rally on the night before the big game began this year’s two day event. Following a snake dance through town the cheerleaders led the way as a huge bon fire was lighted and a “wildcat” was burned. The festivities continued on the day of the game as the queen’s float led a parade of decorated cars to a down town pep meeting. The queen and her attendants were also presented at pre-game ceremonies that night. Even a loss to the Columbiana Wildcats failed to dampen the Bulldog spirit as the alumni attended a reception and dance—held in their honor—follow- ing the game. SNAKE DANCERS RETURN WILDCATS: GETS BURNED - itt Queen Jane Robinson and attendants Sherry Anderson, Judy Pickett, Bonnie Mims and Sandra Scott. % Ca Ps 1 WUNI If A r : 74. - MHS m4 EA, : a ' qh “e, o@ CLUBS DECORATED PARADE CARS FRIDAY AFTERNOON DOWNTOWN CHEERLEADERS POSE WITH BULLDOG MASCOT PRESENTATION OF QUEEN’S COURT ALUMNI ARE ENTERTAINED 1962— " That Wonderful! Year” was climaxed with the formal presentation of the queen’s attendants and the crowning of the queen. Shown above is Queen Jane Taylor Robinson and her escort—Leslie Hubbard. PAGE 73 SENIOR WHO’S WHO OFFICERS Henrietta Pickett secretary Ed Kyser President John Starks Vice President Herby Milstead Treasurer Best All Around: Norfleete Day Jerry Smitherman " ef . Bill Garrett Pam Crowe Best Looking: Charlotte Blackmon Bobby Leonard Wittiest: Bob Bearden Bonnie Mims O © ® UJ VU a DP O _ = D = —_— = W) s Most Intellectual: Best Dressed: Fred Strickland Judy Pickett Janice McEntee John Starks Laziest: Bobby Phillips, Henrietta Pickett Friendliest: Herby Milstead, Jane Robinson Most Athletic: Jeanette Smith Bobby Hyde Most Valuable to the School: Dennis Draper, Delilah Smith MONTALA 1963 marks a first for the Montala— the beginning of the annual selection of Montala beauties. Each homeroom nominated two girls for this honor with the exception of the Senior Class which nominated four. SENIOR BEAUTY—JANE ROBINSON JUNIOR BEAUTY—CHERYL BLACKMON BEAUTIES Photographs of these girls were judged by the Phillips High School Mirror staff in two categories—Senior Beauties (10th, 11th, and 12th grades) and Junior Beauties (7th, 8th, and 9th grades). Here are presented to you their selections. SENIOR BEAUTY—JUDY LUCAS JUNIOR BEAUTY—SUSAN LOVELADY SENIOR BEAUTY—SHIRLEY BARRETT JUNIOR BEAUTY—LEMOYNE DAVISTON ATHLETICS Sports is another phase of the journey thoroughly enjoyed by both participants and spectators. “ea 41a RN NN Re ea . ce een eens a ed A , Pet FRA Led eS Raed a1 ay Ei Newfane oe ily Nez SODA ANA I 5 el . a ee | 9 te a“ s eee ee —— Bulldogs pictured above, left to right: First row, kneeling, Hurt, Kyser, Hyde, W. Smitherman, Starks, J. Smitherman, L. Hubbard, Boyd, Hooker, M. Pickett, Barclay. Second row, Pack, Lovelady, Phillips, Baker, Gentry, McGehee, Scott, Harrison, Lawley, Zucco, Lewis, Henson, Bearden, Lucas. Third row, Birdsong, Davis, Birchfield, White, Anderson, Rob- inson, P. Hubbard, Booth, Glosson, Fraser, Eiland, Bean, Burdette, L. Pickett. FOOTBALL ’62 Montevallo’s Bulldogs started the 1962 football season in style by shutting out the Yel- lowjackets of Vincent 20-0. Jerry Smitherman added PAT’s to scores by Hyde and Starks in this rain-soaked opener . . . . . » Johnny Starks made Montevallo’s only TD as the Holtville Bulldogs gave MHS her first defeat of the season. Holtville scored in the last two minutes of play to make the final tally 14-6... = os % - | 3 “« le ined : - kx = s ry 3 ED KYSER—BACK LESLIE HUBBARD—TACKLE WAYNE SMITHERMAN—GUARD Wt.—170 WT.—190 Wt.—212 returning to face a traditional rival, the Bulldogs downed Thompson’s Warriors for the sixth consecutive year. Starks scored in the 12-7 win on a pass play from QB Don Hurt and a two-yard plunge... . . . MHS battled to a 7-7 tie in the fourth game of the season against another traditional foe, Clanton. Starks crossed over from the four for Montevallo’s only TD, and Smitherman added the extra point on a right end run... . 8 13-7 score gave the Bulldogs their third win of the season as Montevallo beat the Panthers in their homecoming game. After a scoreless first half, MHS moved on Johnny Lovelady’s pass interception and touchdowns by Hyde and Starks . . . . Hyde and Starks led the Bulldogs in cooling Verbena’s Red Devils by running two TD’s each in a 34-0 rout. Ed Kyser also crossed the zero and Smitherman and Hyde add- ed the PAT’s . BILLY HOOKER—CENTER JOHNNY LOVELADY—QUARTERBACK BOBBY HYDE—HALFBACK Wt.—152 Wt.—140 Wt.—160 a 2 ae K. v= el d - ar, - ve y i a A J, A a | Hee a mn an ee ies I e - , ne f 7 te £ ee ee + ) hy ; iv ae “ ey " : + ty =, se BB % wh f F F wt - ™ » 7 val JIMMY BOYD—END Wt.—165 JERRY SMITHERMAN—TACKLE JOHNNY STARKS—FULLBACK Wt.—215 Wt.—160 . . that “you can't win ‘em all” was demonstrated by the Columbiana Wildcats as they spoiled Montevallo’s homecoming, 27-0. Spires and Skelton dominated play while the Bulldogs lost the game, mainly due to a severe case of the fumbles. . . . . . fighting hard in a comeback effort, the Bulldogs squeezed by Calera’s Eagles 13-12. MHS woke up after a scoreless first half and a Calera score to send Starks over the line for two tallies. Extra point was by Smitherman... . after holding their own for most of the game, the Bulldogs fell before a determined Cordova squad by a margin of 6-0. Though MHS twice’ penetrated into Cordova ter- ritory, the Blue Devils withstood all attacks and turned their scant lead into a victory ... . . . B. B. Comer’s Tigers took the final game from the Bulldogs with a 26-19 victory. After two TD’s by Starks, a halftime edge of 13-12, and a late-game tie of 19 all (the third MHS TD was also by Starks), the Tigers put up a last-minute romp that ended both the contest and Montevallo’s football season. PAGE 84 Pictured above, left to right, varsity squad players: Kneeling: Bart Tolbert, Ed Kyser, Eddie Southern, Bobby Hyde. Stand- ing: Bob Brown, Bill Scott, Charles Brownlee, Bob Bearden, and Coach W. C. Corbett. BASKETBALL SENIOR SENIOR ED KYSER—GUARD BOB BEARDEN—CENTER SENIOR BOBBY HYDE—FORWARD 1962-63 RECORD We Opponent They 4] Vincent 36 54 Holtville 53 42 Calera 30 48 Shelby High 57 53 Vincent 40 4] Guin 32 29 Isabella 38 4] Shelby High 7 | 56 Indian Springs 35 49 Vincent 48 36 Thompson 46 53 Thorsby 35 56 Thompson 57 59 Northside 57 67 Jemison 44 58 Thorsby 54 45 Calera 4) 46 Thompson 58 oF Calera 28 38 Curry 54 ALL COUNTY—ED KYSER AND CHARLES BROWNLEE BULLDOGS IN ACTION - ' ey a . a ea) oF eas - ‘ ath ri ee gy! Con a + tie 1 ves - PAGE 86 mi Ss 4 4 iV iy « “B’ team players, left to right, shown above: Standing: Coach Fisher, Kenny Burdette, Phil Genry, Larry McGaughy, Paul Bailey, Charles McGehee, and Larry Pickett. Kneeling: David Smitherman, Norman Eiland, Wayne Davis, Terry Herron, and Jerry Hyde. County champion junior team pictured above, left to right: Kneeling: Terry Herron, Stanley Bailey, Johnny Boyd, Bobby Brown, Clay Nordan. Standing: Norman Eiland, David Smitherman, DeWayne Morris, Bruce Fraser, Jerry Hyde, and Coach Smallwood. as y Smitherman, Bobby Hyde, Don Hurt, Larry Pack, Terry Her- orman Eiland, Ed Kyser, Ronnie Allen, Grady Partridge, Den- First row (left to right): Bart Tolbert, Chuckie Harrison, Jerr ron, Bill Scott. Second row (left to right): Charles McGehee, N nis Draper, Jerry Hyde. BASEBALL ’63 BULLDOGS’ RECORD 1963 We Opponent They We Opponent They 6 Marion 5 8 Indian Springs 7 10 Jemison 7 8 Thompson 0 4 Marion 14 3 Calera 0 16 Indian Springs 5 6 Vincent 7 7 Vincent 9 | Calera 8 Shelby County ] ipa Jemison 3 Thompson 2 Shelby County Representatives to the All-Star Tryout Game at Clanton, May 19: Three Seniors: Ed Kyser, catcher, pitcher; Bobby Hyde, center field; Jerry Smitherman, first base. Coach: Theron Fisher PAGE 88 ADVERTISERS Special thanks go to the advertisers who helped make this MONTALA possible. FURNITURE - HARDWARE MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA MO 5-666! 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