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Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1964 volume: “ the MONTALA 764 Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Alabama 1964 22 S20 N= 0288 NSS ER aE eSeeR! FOREWORD DEDICATION PORE eh OP ON oe OIE BE Pictured above left to right are staff members Barbara Barclay, Angeline Davis, Dale Youngblood, Mimi Edfeldt, Lois Eady, Nellie Nannini, Linda Cunningham, Susan Peters, Sandra Scott, Emily Stan- sell, Mike Garrett, LaVaughn Jarvis, and Ronnie Albright. The Montala Staff LOIS EADY EMILY STANSELL DALE YOUNGBLOOD Administration And ANGELINE DAVIS Business And Editor-in-Chief Class Editor School Life Editor Advertising Manager ADMINISTRATION “Be ruled by time, the wisest counsellor of all” Plutarch MR. ELVIN: HILL MR. GUY MILFORD Shelby County Superintendent Principal MRS. KATHLYN McGLOWN Alabama College, B. S. Office Secretary MR. CRATIE CORBETT Livingston State College, B.S. Coach, History, Democracy MISS SUSIE DeMENT Alabama College, B.S. University of Tennessee, M.S. Typing, Shorthand MRS. ANNE MILFORD University of Alabama, A.B. Librarian MRS. EMILY PENDLETON Alabama College, 8.S., M.A.T. Junior High 7 Lo MR. CHARLES MARTIN MRS CAROLYN EDFELDT Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. Birmingham Southern, A.B. Peabody College, M.A. Alabama College, M.A.T. Coach, General Business Speech, English, Journalism Physical Education MR. EVERETT LAWLER Birmingham Southern, B.M.E. Band PAGE 10 MR. PAUL WOOLLEY MR. THERON FISHER Alabama College, B.S. Coach, Junior High Birmingham Southern, A.B. Coach, Civics, History MR. HERSHEL DAY Howard College, B.S. Alabama College, M.A.T. Biology, Chemistry, Physics PAGE 11 MR. M. D. THORNTON Auburn University, B.S., M.S. Vocational Agriculture MR. PRYOR MURPHY Student Teacher Auburn University MRS. CAROLYN TOLBERT University of North Carolina, A.B. French MRS. C. G. SHARP Southwestern-Memphis, A.B., Peabody Col lege, M.A. Latin MISS KATHRYN FARRINGTON Livingston State College, B.S. Mathematics MRS. FRANCES ANTHONY Alabama College, A.B., M.A. Junior High PAGE 13 MR. DOUGLAS MORRIS Alabama College, B.S Junior High VINNIE LEE WALKER Athens College, B.S Peabody College, M.A English MRS. REBECCA McGAUGHY Alabama College, B.S. Home Economics MR. IVEY SIMS Maintenance Man rs Be MRS. SARA CAIRNS Alabama College, a MR, B. W. HAMRIC Jacksonville State College, B.S., Peabody College, M.A. English MRS. ANNE KELLY Judson College, B.S. Physical Education ak o BR . aot bs J - CLASSES “We are young, and we are friends of time” Robinson SENIORS ANDERSON, TOMMY FFA 2, 3, 4, Chapter Conservation Award, Chapter and County Corn Growing Award; Football 3. ADAMS, BONNIE ALVIN Transferred 4. BARRETT, SHIRLEY ANN Art Club 1; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Band 1, 2, Brass Ensemble 2; FTA 4; Library Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, Vice President 2; Tri Hi Y 3, 4; Senior Beauty 3; Miss Valentine Attendant 4; County Commissioner, Government ALLEN, RONALD E, Junior Academy of Science 2, 4; Jun- ior Science Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2; Math Club 2, 3; Hi Y 3; Football 2, 3, 4, Spotter 2, 3; Base- ball 3; Representative to Boys’ State 3, Associate Justice of Supreme Court. BASHORE, ANNE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, Stu- dent Council Representative 4; Math Club 2; Tri Hi Y 3; Art Club 3, 4; FTA 4; Senior Who’s Who, Wittiest- as eS, CLASS OF ’64 BERGSTRESSER, JACK BIRCHFIELD, BOBBY JOE FFA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Treasurer, FFA 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; “M” Tenth Grade Class; Football 3; Bas- Club 2, 3, 4; Hi Y 3, 4; Football 2, 3, ketball 3. 4. BREWSTER, HENRY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Advisor 3, State Farmer Degree, Delegate to Bir- mingham Chamber of Commerce; Art BRANTLEY, SANDRA LOUISE Club 4; Hi Y 4; Junior Academy of FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4; Girls’ BRAZIER, BARBARA Science 4; Fire Marshal 3, 4; Sheriff, Chorus 1; Business Club 4. Tri Hi Y 2; FHA 2, 4. Government Day 3. 3 Pe. PAGE 17 PAGE 18 BROWN, ROBERT WILSON Junior Science Club 1; Junior Coun- cil 1; “M” Club 3, 4; Junior Academy of Science 4, Treasurer 4; Hi Y 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All County Junior Team 1, All Tournament 4; Band 1; Senior Who’s Who, Laziest. DAVIS, MARY ANGELINE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, District Secre- tary 3, District Miss FTA 4; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, President 4; Busi- ness Club 4, Vice President 4; Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; Secretary, Junior Class; Homecom- ing Attendant 4; Good Citizenship Girl 4; Representative to Girls’ State 3; Delegate to Citizenship Conference 3; School Citizenship Essay, Third Place 2; Montala Staff 4, Feature Edi- tor 4. CHICHESTER, CHARLES GEOFFREY Hi Y 3, 4; Reporter 3; French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Spotlight 3, Business Manager 3; Art Club 4; Junior Academy of Science 4, Presi- dent 4; Basketball 3; Golf 4; Times Current Events Contest, Second Place 3, First Place 4, DRIVER, KENNETH Agriculture, Treasurer 2; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; (Transfer Student 4). CRAWFORD, GERALDINE FHA 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Math Club 2; Tri Hi Y 3, 4, Secretary 4; Business Club 4; Senior Who’s Who, Best Dancer; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, All County 3, Swing Band 1, 2, 4. EADY, LOIS ANAH FHA 1, 2, Recreational Leader 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All County 1, 2, Festival 3, 4; Junior Science Club 1; Junior Coun- cil 1; French Club 2, 3, 4, Delegate to French Club Convention 2, 3; Dele- gate to Student Council Convention 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pianist 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Montala Staff 4, Administration and Class Editor 4, EDDINGS, CONNIE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3; Library Club 1; Tri Hi Y 2. GLOSSON, WILLIAM FFA 1; Science Club 1; Student Coun- cil 2, 4; Hi Y 3; “M” Club 4; Foot- ball 3, 4; Delegate to Boys’ State 3; Senior Who’s Who, Most Intellectual. EDWARDS, WALTER MARSHALL FFA 1, 2, 3. GOGGINS, BONNIE SUE FHA 1, 2, 3; Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4. GENTRY, EDDIE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 1, Chapter Poultry Farmer 2, State Farmer De- gree 3; Science Club 1; Art Club 2, 3; Library Club 1; Math Club 2, 3; “M” Club 1, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. HARRIS, MARIAN Library Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Hi Y 4. PAGE 19 HARRISON, CHARLES FFA 1; Art Club 1, 2; Hi Y 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; “M” Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; Football 3, HAYES, BETTY JO FHA 1, 2; Tri Hi Y 3, 4; FTA 4; Busi- ness Club 4, President 4; Junior Short- hand Award 3; Chairman 1964 March HENSON, MICKEY Library Club 1; FFA 1; Art Club 1, 2; Spotlight Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4; “M” Club 3, 4; Hi Y 3; Delegate to of Dimes. Boys’ State 3; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to Boys’ State 3; Senior Who’s Who, Best Looking. HILL, MABLE DIANNE 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival ; Math Club 2, 3; Tri Hi Y 4 4, Chaplain 4; FTA 4; Majorette ; Senior Who’s Who, Most Likely HOFFMAN, NAN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Recreational Leader HICKS, JERRY 1; Library Club 3; FTA 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 3. a ie “= PAGE 20 HOLSOMBACK, JACKIE Perfect Attendance 3. HYDE, BRENDA JOYCE Band 1, 2, 3, Brass Ensemble 1, 2; GAA 1; FHA 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Tri Hi Y 2, 3; Student Council 4; Business Club 4. HOLSOMBACK, RALPH EDWARD FFA 1, 2, 3. JARVIS, LaVAUGHN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 3, All County 1, Festival 2; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, District President 4, District Mr. FTA 4; Hi Y 3; Business Club 4; Secretary, Senior Class; Dele- gate to Boys’ State 3; Delegate to Citizenship Conference 3; Chairman for Roadblock for March of Dimes 4; Junior Typist 3; Second Place Male Typist in County 3; Delegate to State FTA Convention 3, 4; Senior Who's Who, Most Valuable to the School. HURT, DON LEE Junior Council 1, Parliamentarian 1; Library Club 1, Vice President 1; Hi Y 3, 4; “M” Club 3, 4; Perfect At- tendance 3; Second Top Magazine Salesman, Junior Class; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. JOHNSON, PATRICIA LEE FHA 1, 3, 4, Reporter 4; GAA 1; Tri Hi Y 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Business Club 4, Secretary 4; Chair- man of 1964 March of Dimes Drive. PAGE 21 PAGE 22 KING, MILDRED ANN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, Presi- dent 1; Chorus 1; Business Club 4. LANGSTON, WANDA JEAN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Library Club 2, Presi- dent 2. KYSER, VERA CAROLYN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Recreational Leader 2, 3, President 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4; Math Club 2; Tri Hi Y 3; FTA 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 2; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Junior Homecoming Attendant 1; Senior Who’s Who, Best All Around. LOGAN, CAROL Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, Reporter 3; Junior Academy of Science 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2; Spotlight Staff 3, 4; Student Council 4, KYSER, MARILYN ANNE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 2, Vice President 3, Delegate to State FHA Convention; Student Council. 2, 4; Cheerleaders’ Club 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Senior Who's Who, Best Looking. LUCAS, JERRY FFA 1, 2, 4; Art 1, 2, 3; “M” Club 3, 4, President 4; Hi Y 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Senior Who’s Who, Most Athletic. LUCAS, JULIA DIANNE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3; Tri Hi Y 2, 4; Student Council 2; Business Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head 3, 4; Homecoming Atten- dant 4; Montala Beauty 3; Miss Valen- tine Attendant 4. MOLGEDE!, REINHARD FFA 1, 2, 3, Assistant Advisor 1; Math Club 2; Hi Y 4; Junior Academy of Science 4; Honorable Mention Citizen- ship Essay 2. McGEHEE, CHARLES Junior Council 1, President 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Delegate to Student Council Convention 1, 2, 3; Hi Y 3; French Club 3; “M” Club 4; Class President 2, 3; Senior Who's Who, Most Likely to Succeed; Repre- sentative to Boys’ State 3; Delegate to State Citizenship Conference 3; Honorable Mention in Citizenship Con- test 2. NANNINI, NELLIE MARIE FHA 1, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Historian 3, President 4; Junior Council 1; Student Council 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Delegate to Student Council Convention; Business Club 4; Girls’ State Alternate 3; Montala Staff 4; Sen- ior Who’s Who, Most Athletic. MILES, MACKEY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Chapter Farmer 2, State Farmer 3, Delegate to State Convention 2, Delegate to Na- tional Convention 3; Art Club 3. PHILLIPS, KENNETH FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Hi Y 3, 4; “M " Club 3, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Friendliest; Football 3, 4. PICKETT, SHEILA ANN FHA 1, 2; Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, Woodwind Ensemble 1; Business Club 4, Social Committee 4; Senior Who’s Who, Laziest; Perfect Atten- dance 2, 3. SOUTHERN, EDDIE Ast Club, 1; Math Club 2; “M” Club 3, 4; President of Class 1, 2; Treas- urer, Senior Class; Senior Who’s Who, Wittiest; Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. wi j —S 2 - PRICE, ROBERT F. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. STANO, CALVIN PAUL FFA 1; “BY Honor Roll Attendance 3. 1, 4; Perfect SMITH, LINDA JOYCE FHA 1, 2, 3, Historian 3; Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; FTA 4; Business Club 4; Reporter 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Majorette 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4. STANSELL, EMILY ANN FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Speech Club 1; Junior Academy of Science 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4; Chairman Community Chest Drive 3; French Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Treasurer, Junior Class; Betty Crocker Homema ker Award 4; Senior Who’s Who, Most Intellectual. TABARES, HORACIO ALEXANDER French Club 4; Science Club 4, Vice President 4; Vice President, Senior Class; (Transfer Student 4). THORNTON, JONATHON CROWE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Greenhands 1; Representative to Ala- bama State Forrestry Camp 2; Junior Academy of Science 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 4, Band Presi- dent 4, Assistant Quartermaster 2, 3, All County 2, 3, 4; All State Ist Al- ternate 4, Swing Band 2, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4. President 4, State Art Club President 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Delegate to Boys’ State 3, Senator; Attendance Award 1; School Govern- ment Day, Probate Judge; Senior Who's Who, Best Dancer. THOMAS, DAVID E. Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Jun- ior Academy of Science 4; Delegate to Boys’ State 3; Senior Who’s Who, Best Dressed. TOLBERT, BARTON SMYTH “NM” Club 3, 4; Math Club 3; Hi Y 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; “B’ Honor Roll; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All County Junior Team 1; Baseball 2, 3; Golf 4. THOMPSON, JERRY FFA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Baseball 4. WAGGONER, CAROLYN SUE Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PAGE 25 WARREN, LINDA SUE FHA 1, 2, Junior and Chapter Degrees in FHA; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Band 1, 2, Woodwind Ensemble 1; Business Club 4; “B’ Honor Roll. WOOLLEY, CATHERINE FRANCES Band 1, 2, Swing Band 1, 2, 4, Festi- val Band 2; Art Club 1; Speech Club 1, President, Vice President 1; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Secretary 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, Junior and Chapter Degrees; Junior GAA 1; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Chairman of Community Projects 4; French Club 3; Honor Roll; County Government Day, Judge of Law and Equity 3; Girls State Candidate 3; Perfect Attendance 2; Business Manager, Spotlight; Mac- beth Reading. — 2 WILLIAMS, JUDY FAYE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Brass Ensemble 1, 2; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Friendliest. YOUNGBLOOD, DALE FHA 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 2; Math Club 2; French Club 2, 3, Secretary 3; Art Club 3; Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Montala Staff 4, Editor in Chief 4; All “A” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, RUBY KAYE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Brass Ensemble 1, 2; Majorette 3, 4; Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 3; Math Club 2; Senior Who's Who, Best Dressed. ZUCCO, RICHARD JAMES Art Club 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Science Club 1, President 1; Junior Academy of Science 2, Vice President 2; “M” Club 3, 4; Hi Y 4; Vice President, Junior Class; Presi- dent, Senior Class; Senior Who’s Who, Best All Around; Football 3, 4, CAIRNS SR. II Mickey Acker Jane Bice Janice Bowden Charles Brownlee Linda Cocke Ruth Crowe Danny Dunnaway Amelia Edfeldt Ray Edwards Ellen Erwin Phil Genry DeWitt Hare Virginia Jenks Beth Jeter Jimmy Lawley PAGE 27 Junior Class officers check magazine receipts at the end of big sales campaign. Officers shown are — Ellen Erwin, Treasurer; Mimi Edfeldt, Vice President; Martha Price, Secretary; Eddye Lawley, Vice President; and Mike Garrett, President. UNDERCLASSMEN rbara Walker sa Whaley DFELDT SR. Il e Albrignt Allen ff Booth Carolyn Brooks nda Cunningham Sandra Driver Patsy Fochtmann James Garner Mike Garrett Trussel Harper Wallis Harrison Wayne Horton PAGE 28 Jack Hughes Carolyn Lawley John Lewis Larry McGaughy Connie Oates Sharon Price Barbara Reid Kenneth Sproul Bobby Strickland Barbara Tingle Robert Walters Rondal Barbara Barclay Gerald Blackmon Patricia Booth Randy Brown Linda Cantrell Shirley Edwards E. C. Fancher Evelyn Goggins Magdalene Henderson Joyce Johnson Eddye Lawley Mary Lucas Virginia Lucas William Murray George Nix PAGE 29 Maroaret Marqare Carolyn Pratt Martha Price Bill Scott Kenneth Smitherman Susan Thiemonge George White Lanice White Rosemary Wooley Tommy Wyatt FISHER SR. | Tommy Baker Alan Barclay Don Beane Jimmy Birdsong Cheryl Blackmon Johnny Boyd Claude Eddings Norman Eiland Gloria Fochtmann Ellen Freil Geraldine Hare Susan Holsomback Gaynelle Knowles Brenda Lovelady Leon Lucas Peggy Maher Ronald Motes Candi McGaughy PAGE 30 Georgie Pardue Mike Pickett Gail Polk David Smitherman Janice Smitherman Dale Thompson MARTIN SR. | Donna Allen Barbara Birchfield Sue Brooks Rhonda Davis Kenneth Edwards Sve Goggins Calvin Hamm Bonard Hamric Don Horton Phil Hubbard Roger Hughes Jerry Hyde Joan Lawley Susan Lovelady Janye Lucas Gaynell Moreland Jerry Morgan Harold Norris Marlon Payne Martha Scott Delores Smith Johnny Taylor Robert Thompson Don Williams PAGE 31 P 5 : : =a ent de pay FTA members get ready for the “Big Parade’ as Homecoming activities enter the second day. HAMRIC JR. III Bobby Bean Larry Blankenship Bobby Brown Jimmy Burdette Lemoyne Daviston Jeana Dunaway Dale Edwards Faye Garrett Connie Grady Willie Pearl Harden Linda Harrison Terry Herron Linda Hodson Ann Hoffman Elton Horton PAGE 32 FTA leads the way as car section of parade moves by school. Dickie Knowles Jimmy Leonard Grace McEntee Mike McGaughy DeWayne Morris Ann Pickett James Polk Jerry Rhodes Marcialene Snow DAY JR. Ill Joan Anthony Danny Bearden Jackie Bice Fred Boothe Melvin Boothe Judy Brantley PAGE 33 Lynn Frost Joe Hall Geraldine Hancock Clem Harris Kenneth Hicks Mary Ann Holsomback Harry Horton Peggy Sve Hurt Jerry Jernigan Patsy Kish Richard Lawley Lucille Lovelady Connie Majors Linda Majors Linda Nelson Pam Pickett Margie Scott Carolyn Smith Lonnie Thompson Debbie Vining Peggy Whaley Gary White James White KELLY JR. Ill Sandra Albright Paula Allen PAGE 34 Wanda Bice Alvin Boothe Gerald Boothe Betty Joyce Brantley Karen Brown Linda Byrd Billy Everett Anne Fagan Brenda Green Billy Joe Hall Beverly Harper Linda Hatcher Barry Hicks Becky Holsomback Phyllis Holsomback Thomas Hyde Brenda Johnson Buddy Kirby Thomas Lawley Phyllis Logan Daisy Lutz Joe Meyer Anita Mitchell Barbara Morris Jerry McGaughy David Nichols Clay Nordan Mary Ann Parker Carey Pickett Roger Price we IN MEMORIAM LARRY PHILLIPS “His time is forever, everywhere his place.” —Cowley Mary Robinson Lynn Rotenberry Sandra Sproul Clarence Stone Richard Tingle Wanda Tingle Billy Allen David Allen Sherry Anderson Jane Andrews Larry Bearden Betty Boothe Susan Crowe Sandra Eddings Henry Edwards PAGE 36 Ricky Fochtmann Carolyn Frost Paula Genry Ronnie Hall Millie Harden Glenda Haynie Larry Horton Robert L. Horton Richard Hughes Johnny Hyde Carol Lagrone John Lucas Lester Lucas Sue Lutz Philip McEntee Jimmy Maxwell Loy Miller Waltraud Molgedei Thomas Nix Robby Owens Debbie Pack Sharon Pardue Elree Price Donna Reynolds Ed Simpson Judy Smitherman Diane Spain Lewis Vernon WOOLLEY JR. Il Carol Alexander Steve Arledge PAGE 37 Jimmy Emfinger Jayne Freeman Rance Galloway Ann Goad Nancy Goggins Blain Harper Judy Holsomback Judy Horton Paul Knowles Beulah Lawley Lawley Littleton vis Loyd Lucas Ellen Scott Roy Starks Johr Stephens Nellie Strother Judy Swann PAGE 38 Jimmy Thiemonge Newman Waters Bucky Weaver Billy White ANTHONY JR. | Jeannie Argo Theresa Belcher Beverly Bice Billy Bice Nancy Boothe Waymon Bowden Sharon Bridges Bartie Carlee Jimmy Culp Sonya Edwards Diane Finley Kenneth Fountain Andrew Giles John Ed Goggins Mary Harper Rosetta Harper Teresa Jackson Kerry Kirkland Thomas Kromer Brenda Lawley William Lawley Mary Ellen Lewis Lonnie Lovejoy Jim Lucas Ray Lutz Cheryl McClure PAGE 39 Majorettes Lucas, Hill, Band Night festivities. Kyser, Lovelady, Williams, Smith, F, Williams, and Scott pose during Ricki Miles Jan Mills Robbie Mims Dale Nabors Mack Nix James Pickett Skip Prestridge Bruce Reynolds Bobby Simmons Adelle Simpson Mike Sims Debbie Ward Tommy Whitfield PENDLETON JR. | Alfred Allen Tish Baker PAGE 40 Phyllis Bearden David Bennett Jan Birdsong Terry Boothe Brenda Brown Jimmy Brown James Carlee Cecile Dennis Pleasia Fochtmann Danny Holsomback Bob Honeycutt Ronnie Horton Jo Ann Hyde Sherri Jarvis Sandra Kemp PAGE 41 Homecoming attendants display many moods as parade gets “ready to roll.” Donna Lawley Susan Lawley Joe Loggins Virginia Loggins Eddie Lovelady David Lucas Hattie Belle Lucas Susan McGlown Leslie Mathison Wayne Moore Alan Nannini Brenda Faye Nelson Peggy Nix Judy Nordan Luther Price Gerald Robinson Bobby Scott Kathy Steele Billy Taylor Carol Thomas PAGE 42 SCHOOL LIFE “Time is a sort of river of passing events” Aurelius | Student Council members pictured above are B. W. Hamric, sponsor; E. Erwin, N. Nannini, M. Scott, C. Nordan, B. Reid, A. Bashore, S. Scott, C. McGehee, M. Kyser, C. Kyser, B. Hyde, C. Logan, E. Stansell, M. Edfeldt, D. Young- blood, W. Glosson, L. Harrison, C. Blackmon, D. Allen, R. Zucco, E. Potts, T. Baker, B. Scott, C. Harrison, E. Lawley, L. McGaughy, M. Garrett, and M. Lovelady. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the student governing body of the school. Two delegates from each homeroom—grades nine through twelve—are elected each year to represent the members of their groups. Selection of officers takes place each spring as the entire student body elects their governing officials for the coming year. Sponsoring the Community Chest Drive and correlating Homecoming activities are two main projects of the organization. During the current year, the sponsor and four delegates attended the State Convention held in Mobile. Representatives were Linda Cunningham, Sue Goggins, Linda Harrison, and Clay Nordan. 1963-64 officers are Charles McGehee, President; Bill Scott, Vice- President; Mimi Edfeldt, Secretary; and Nellie Nannini, Treasurer. PAGE 44 Honor Society members prepare ribbons for A and B Honor Roll students. Shown above are Dale Youngblood, Secretary; Lois Eady, President; Angeline Davis, Vice President; Emily Stansell, Treasurer. National Honor Society The National Honor Society is composed of members from the elev- enth and twelfth grades who have achieved and maintained a B+- aver- age in their high school years and who have shown high standards of leadership, character, and service. Primarily acting as a service group with- in the school, the group edits the school yearbook, provides baby sitters for PTA meetings, maintains a scholarship file and recognizes outstanding scholastic achie vement on the part of all students at the end of each semester grading period by awarding Honor Roll ribbons. Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Emily Pendleton. PAGE 45 Junior Wooley White, tured: | Academy of Science members , Barbara Barclay, Janet Rotenberry, Butch Brewster, Horacio Tabares). Linda Cantrell pictured Beth Jeter, above are David Jimmy Leonard, Candi Ronnie Albright, Thomas, Ronnie Geoff Chichester, Susan Whaley, Rosemary McGaughy, Larry Pack, Mr. Day, Sponsor; George Allen, Bob Brown, Tommy Wyatt. (Not pic- JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE Designed to offer opportunities that will encourage a career in science, the Junior Academy of Sci- ence is open to students in grades nine through twelve. During the year, students are urged to work on spe- cial projects and reports. Officers of the organization are pictured left. They are Barbara Barclay, Secretary; Linda Cantrell, Reporter; Bob Brown, Treasurer; Geoff Chichester, Presi- dent; Horacio Tabares, Vice-President; and David Thomas, Chaplain. PAGE 46 BUSINESS CLUB THE BUSINESS CLUB is composed of seniors who are enrolled in short- hand and or typewriting. The purpose of the club is to give these stu- dents opportunities to work together, to learn more about the operation of business and standards required by the business world, and to en- joy associating with each other in a social manner OFFICERS President Jo Hayes Vice President Angeline Davis Secretary-Treasurer Pat Johnson THE MEETING WILL COME TO ORDER— Madam President, Jo Hayes, and the secretary, Pat Johnson, get on with their business of conducting the meeting. Social Committee Jerri Crawford Mable Hill Sheila Pickett Reporter Linda Smith Sponsor Miss Susie DeMent COME OUT OF THE SHADOWS- =| :E EVE WORK LIKE THE - THE NATIONAL CONTENDER WORKS— LET'S GET IT RIGHT—The sponsor directs LaVaughn Jarvis, the club’s only male as Jerri Crawford, Mable Hill, and Linda member, practices up on his typing be- Smith work on the club’s project of pre- fore he goes to Washington to repre- paring a master file of addresses of sent the school in the finals of the Na- school patrons. tional Typewriting Championship con- test. CAN WE MAKE IT IN HEELS?—Nellie Nannini, Wanda Lang- ston, Mildred King, and Sandra Brantley look over the plans for the Club’s field trip to Birmingham to visit Alabama Em- ployment Service, Protective Life, and Southern Bell. THAT LOOKS PRETTY GOOD—Angeline Davis and Brenda Hyde decide on the best arrangement for “our page” in the annual. LOOK AT THE RESULTS—Sheila Pickett, Linda Warren, and Judy Lucas proudly display charts for MARCH OF DIMES drive. This year the school, with the Business Club as sponsor of the drive, contributed $741.91 to MARCH OF DIMES. EOIN ROOM CONTRIBITIONS S Conteh falta 4 4 FUT URE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The FTA is an organization made up of senior high students. Its main purpose is to promote teaching as a career. A big project for this year’s group was the fourth annual observance of Teacher Appreciation Week, during which a tea was held for the Montevallo faculty. This year, the Fifth District FTA Convention was in Montevallo. Pre- siding over the meeting was LaVaughn Jarvis, MHS student and District President for the group. Serving as secretary for the District was Angeline Davis. A group of students and the sponsor, Mrs. Edfeldt, also attended the State Convention in Montgomery and were guests of the Shelby County Teacher’s Association during one of their meetings. Future Teachers of America officers shown at left are Mimi Edfeldt, Co-Vice President; Patsy Fochtmann, Secretary; Sandra Scott, Co-Vice President; Virginia Jenks; Nellie Nannini, Presi- dent; Eddie Potts, and Robert Walters, Treasurer, PAGE 48 French Club members are pictured during one of their weekly meetings. Shown above are David Thomas, Treasurer; Jonne Thornton, Vice President; Geoff Chichester, President; Barbara Reid, Secretary; Karen Brown, Janet Rotenberry, Susan Whaley, Horacio Tabares, Danny Dunnaway, Sandra Sproul, Peggy Maher, Emily Stansell, Linda Cantrell, Dale Youngblood, Lois Eady, Ronnie Allen, and Trussel Harper. Sponsor is Mrs. Bruce Tolbert. FRENCH CLUB LIBRARY CLUB Library Club members pictured above are Judy Brantley; Joyce Johnson, Vice President; Shirley Ed- wards, Treasurer; Margaret Polk, President; Lanice White, Secretary; Patsy Kish; Mary Ann Holsom- back; Linda Nelson; Rhonda Davis; Gail Polk; Brenda Price; Linda Harrison; Sue Goggins; Sharon Price; Mary Lucas; Virginia Lucas; Magdalene Henderson, Reporter; and Joyce Brantley. Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Ann Milford. Tri-Hi-Y, a service club within the school, is composed of girls from the tenth through the twelfth grades. The purpose of the organiza tion is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community. Members pictured above are Ange- line Davis, Ellen Freil, Linda Hodson, Susan Lovelady, Mable Hill, Kaye Williams, Linda Smith, Faye Williams, Shirley Barrett, Jerri Crawford, Judy Lucas, Carolyn Brooks, Sue Goggins, Jeane Dunna- way, Jean Phillips, Patsy Fochtmann, Cheryl Moss, Sandra Brantley, Wanda Langston, Bonnie Goggins, Betty Allen, Ruth Crowe, Virginia Jenks, Suzy Oe6esterling, Pat Johnson, Susan Thiemonge, Jo Hayes, Connie Oates, Sheila Pickett, Carolyn Pratt, Carolyn Lawley, Barbara Tingle, Virginia Lucas, Magda- len Henderson, Sandra Driver, Carolyn Lucas, Marcia Snow, Cathy Wooley, Geraldine Hare, Sue Brooks, Connie Grady, Janic e Smitherman, Gail Polk, Delores Smith, Linda Warren, and Jayne Lucas. Sponsors are Mrs. Anne Milford and Mrs. Anne Kelly. Officers pictured above are Angeline Davis, President; Jean Phillips, Vice Presi- dent; Jerrie Crawford, Secretary; Linda Cunningham, Treasurer; Mable Hill, Chap- lain; and Virginia Jenks, Reporter. - PAGE 50 SPONSOR MR. CHARLES MARTIN The main purposes of Hi-Y are to serve within the school and create and maintain high standards of Christian leadership. This year Hi-Y has led the way toward raising money for the new school stadium. Members pictured below are Don Hurt; Bobby Joe Birchfield; Bill Scott, Vice-President; Chuckie Harrison, President; Larry McGaughy, Secretary-Treasurer; Eddye Lawley, Reporter; John Lewis, Chaplain; Reinhard Molgedei; Jack Hughes; Wayne Horton; Robert Walters; Charles McGehee; Mike Garrett; Butch Brewster; Randy Brown; Geoff Chichester; Ricky Zucco; Bart Tolbert; Tommy Wyatt; Bob Brown; Bobby Strickland; Ronnie Albright; and Trussel Harper. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA One of the largest organizations with- in the school, FHA is designed for girls who have completed at least one year of home economics. Each year this group takes on several projects. An an- nual affair is the Family Night Chicken Fry sponsored jointly with the FFA. This year, the girls have sold cookbooks and Christmas cards as a part of a campaign to raise money to refurbish the en- trance hall to the Home Economics Building. Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy. FHA officers pictured above are Ellen Erwin, Secretary; Barbara Barclay, First Vice President; Carolyn Kyser, Presi- dent; Sandra Scott, Second Vice President; Sandra Driver, Treasurer; Ellen Friel; Sue Goggins, Correspondence Secre- tary; Carolyn Lucas, Co-Historian; Anne Bashore, Student Council Representative; Cheryl Blackmon, Co-Recreation Lead- er; Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy, Sponsor; Connie Oates, Year- book Chairman; Jean Phillips, Co-Historian; Kaye Williams, Parliamentarian; Pat Johnson, Reporter. (Not pictured, Le- moyne Daviston, Co-Recreation Leader), Members get together to “pose” for pictures under the guidance of their sponsor, Mrs. McGaughy. oe 'g r. , M Club members pictured above are Don Hurt; Norman Ejiland; Bobby Joe Birchfield; Jerry Lucas, President; Eddie Southern; Jerry Morgan; Charles McGehee; Eddie Gentry; Alan Barclay; Theron Fisher, Sponsor; Chuckie Harrison; Eddie Potts; Robert Walters; William Glosson; Larry McGaughy; Eddye Lawley; Bill Scott, Secretary-Treasurer; John Lewis; Tommy Baker; Danny Bearden; Bart Tolbert; Rick Zucco; Ken Phillips; Grady Partridge; Mickey Henson; Bob Brown; Tommy Wyatt; Terry Herron; Larry Pack, Vice President; Leon Lucas; and Mike Pickett. “M”’ CLUB The M Club is composed of athletes who have met the requirements for lettering in one or more school sports. Letters are awarded as follows: 16 quarters in football 20 quarters in basketball 28 innings in baseball winning at least one point in track meets No boy receives a letter if he is put off a team or quits before the season ends. Striving to serve the school, the club undertakes a project each year that will benefit the students in some way. Meeting twice a month, the group works under the direction of Mr. Theron Fisher. Programs are set up by a program committee under super- vision of the sponsor. PAGE 53 The F.F.A. is composed of boys who are currently taking agriculture or who have enrolled in the course while in school. Pictured above more than one year—Chapter Farmers. FUTURE FARMERS eT Tt eee Villa Rea are members who have belonged to the organiza F.F.A. Charles Brownlee Terry Snow James Lumpkin Wayne Davis Elton Horton Larry Pickett Ray Howell James Garner Eugene Loggins Clinton Edwards Rondal Anderson M. Thornton Wallis Harrison i Senior members of Macky Miles, Mickey Acker, neth Driver, Marshall back, Jonne Thornton, Eddie Anderson, and Eddie Southern. F.F.A. pictured Phil Edwards, tion for OFFICERS President Vice President Second Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Assistant Reporter Sentinel Assistant Sentinel Chaplain Parliamentarian Advisor Assistant Advisor left are Genry, Ken- Ralph Holsom- Gentry, Tommy FFA members have won many honors and awards duri ng the current year. Three boys—Don Beane, Eddie Gentry, and James Lumpkin—have won State Farmer Degrees. Don is also chairman of the new football field grass project. Eddie won a State Poultry Award and James was Chapter, County and Area winner in the annual FFA Speaking Contest. Terry Snow, Corn Growing Winner, was also Chapter, County and Area winner of the Tractor Driving Contest. Another member receiving honors was Elton Horton who received the District Corn Growing Award. OF AMERICA Greenhand members—boys in F.F.A. for the first time—are pictured below. Shown are members Boothe, Bearden, Thompson, Birdsong, Horton, Hall, Brewster, Harris, Meyer, Lawley, G. Boothe, M. Boothe, Hall, Pickett, B. Hicks, K. Hicks, Nichols, Emfinger, Boothe, Nix, Hughes, Horton, Jerni- gan, G. White, J. White, Everett, and Tingle. Leslie Mathison, Judy Dra- per, Bucky (Wheel) Weaver, Carol LaGrone, Adelle Simp- son, Debbie Pack, and Te- resa Jackson analyze past issues of the Spotlight. Professor Rotenberry ments. R. Frederick Strickland observes as Editors Eddye Lawley and Susan Peters, Janet and Linda Cantrell make assign- Editor Susan Peters, Sandra Driver, Robert Walters, Linda Cunningham, Martha Price, and Carol Logan write articles and check copy. PAGE 56 i. Sports Editor Mickey Henson, Ellen Erwin, Bob- by Strickland, Mimi Edfeldt, and Martha Price dummy copy and check articles in the press room. Refilling the ink container in the mimeograph machine are Sports Editor Mickey Henson and Technical Advisor, Miss Susie DeMent. ' t Editor Eddye Lawley, sponsor Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt, and Rob- ert Walters make suggestions on a stencil as Linda Cun- ningham, Cathy Wooley, Sandra Driver, and Virginia Jenks proofread at the window Ellen Erwin, Virginia Jenks, Cathy Wooley, Linda Can trell, and Janet Rotenberry read and file exchange papers. NYSTROM Seventh and eighth graders making up the Junior High Girls’ Science Club are shown above. Mem- bers are Susan McGlown; Judy Swann; Paula Genry; Judy Smitherman; Glenda Haynie; Sandra Ed- dings; Carol Alexander, Secretary; Diane Spain, Vice President; Susan Crowe, President; Kathy Steele; Loy Miller; Carolyn Frost; Nellie Strother; Waltraud Molgedei; Sherry Anderson, Treasurer; Jane Andrews; Mary Ellen Lewis; Robbie Mims; Donna Reynolds; Ellen Scott; Brenda Brown; Betty Jane Barclay; Gail Lucas; Rosetta Harper; Phyllis Bearden; Tisia Baker; Cecile Dennis; and Debbie Ward. JUNIOR HIGH GIRL’S SCIENCE CLUB The Junior High Girl’s Science Club is a new club in school this year. Previously, all interested junior high students belonged to the same group but due to the large number of participants it was decided to divide the members. Each girl belonging subscribes to a science magazine and meet- ings are built around discussing these magazines and other topics of in- terest. The main interest this year has been in the field of personal health and appearance. Reports, discussions, field trips, demonstrations and guest speakers have contributed to an understanding of this topic this year. Eighth grade mat h clubbers—students with a high interest in their subject—are shown above. Pictured are Diane Spain; Waltraud Molgedei; Henry Edwards; Billy Allen; Judy Draper; Sue Lutz; Debbie Pack; Don Phillips; Travis Loyd; Sherry Anderson; Beulah Lawley; Phillip McEntee; Jimmy McGaughy; Elree Price; Walter Czeskleba; Jane Andrews; Bucky Weaver; Thomas Nix; Robby Owens; Donna Reynolds, Secretary-Treasurer; Susan Crowe, Devotional Chairman; Ed Simp- son, President; and Newman Waters, Vice President. Sponsor for both groups is Mr. Morris. JUNIOR HIGH MATH CLUBS Seventh grade members get together for a meeting. Members are Leslie Mathison; Bobby Scott; Tommy Whitfield; James Carlee; Luther Price; Bob Honeycutt; Jim Lucas; Joe Loggins; Wayne Moore; Alan Nannini; Gerald Robinson; Terry Boothe; Mr. Morris; Buster Pickett, Secretary-Treasurer; Ronnie Horton, Devotional Chairman; Eddie Lovelady, Vice Presi- dent; David Bennett, President; and Bobby Simmons. ; : The Junior Girl's Chorus is composed of members from the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. These girls meet three times a week for instruc- tion and practice sessions under the direction of Mrs. Frances Anthony. Each year, the group presents several programs for PTA and school assemblies. Two senior high girls serve as accompanists—Beth Jeter and Lois Eady. One junior high chorus member—Chery! McClure—also serves as an ac- companist for the group. JUNIOR GIRLS’ CHORUS Officers are selected each year for the chorus. Shown at left are Debbie Bearden, Vice President; Joan Anthony, President; Robbie Mims, Secretary; and Cecile Dennis, Treasurer. PAGE 60 The Junior Boys’ Science Club is composed of twelve members from the seventh and eighth grades. There is also one canine—Dusty—who takes part in most activities! Members shown are Thomas Nix, Treasurer; David Bennett, President; Dusty Bennett; Phillip McEntee, Vice President; Steve Arledge, Secretary; Travis Loyd; Donnie Payne; Robby Owens; Al- fred Allen; Gerald Robinson; Billy Taylor; Bobby Scott and Jimmy Culp. JUNIOR BOY’S SCIENCE CLUB SPECIAL HONORS AND AWARDS Many special honors and awards are pre- sented to students throughout the year. There are also other students who put forth extra effort to achieve — both for themselves and the schools. Here, and on the next few pages a few of these people will be pictured. Angeline Davis, MHS senior, started out her senior year by capturing one of the first honors to be given. She was named Montevallo’s Good Cirti- PAGE 61 zenship Girl. Pictured at top left are the boys who represented MHS at Boys’ State during the summer of 1963—D. Thomas, M. Henson, W. Glosson, J. Thornton, L. Jarvis, C. Harrison, R. Allen, and C. McGehee. Represent- ing the girls at Girls’ State was Angeline Davis, shown at top right with her alternate, Nellie Nannini. Winner of a scholarship to Alverson-Draughon Business College as a result of her participation in the Alabama Junior Miss Contest was Linda Smith, MHS majorette (pictured left center). Shown at bottom left is Emily Stansell, three-time winner. A finalist in the Merit Scholarship Competition, Emily captured the Betty Crocker Homemaker’s Award and also received an Honors Scholarship to Ala- bama College for the coming year. Montevallo’s Brass Ensemble, com posed of Bonard Hamric, Clay Nordan, Jonne Thornton, Claude Eddings, and Beth Jeter, is shown below. This group received an excellent rat ing during the All-State Music Festival held in Tuscaloosa Several MHS students received “speaking” awards during the 1963-64 school year. Three such winners shown top left are Rosemary Wooley, Wanda Langston, and Marilyn Kyser. Rosemary, county winner in the local Birmingham News “Youth Views the News” Contest, was also second place winner in the district competition. Wanda won the school award in the “Coosa River Development’ Contest. Marilyn, representing the school in the County American Legion Ora- torical Contest, spoke on the Constitution. Selected on the basis of papers written on the topic of citizenship, four MHS juniors attended the annual Citizenship Day Conference in Tuscaloosa. Shown top right are winners Eddie Potts, Kenneth Sproul, Robert Walters, and Ruth Crowe. Bottom left picture shows typing contest winner, LaVaughn Jarvis. Having placed first in the county, state, and regional competition, LaVaughn was invited to enter the National Typing Contest in Washington, D. C. Picture number four shows students elected by classmates from the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades to represent them at County Government Day. Making the trip to Columbiana were Ruth Crowe, Judge of Law and Equity Court; Mimi Edfeldt, Superintendent of Education; Jean Phillips, Tax Assessor; Barbara Barclay, Tax Collector; Bill Scott, Circuit Clerk; Eddye Lawley, Sheriff; Patsy Fochtmann, Commissioner of County Board of Reve- nue; Robert Walters, County Engineer; and Mike Garrett, Probate Judge. Not shown is Tommy Wyatt, Circuit Solicitor. PAGE 63 CLARINETS: Donna Allen Barbara Barclay Linda Byrd Linda Cantrell Lynn Frost Peggy Hurt Lucile Lovelady Linn Meyer Janet Rotenberry Lynn Rotenberry Martha Scott Sandra Sproul TRUMPETS: Randy Brown Grace McEntee Clay Nordan Barbara Reid Johnny Taylor Jonne Thornton Rl ri Ce BS 4 , MONTEVALLO TROMBONES: Claude Eddings Bonard Hamric Beverly Harper Joe Meyer Mary Ann Parker Debbie Vining PERCUSSION: Jerrie Crawford Lemoyne Daviston Lois Eady LaVaughn Jarvis Brenda Lovelady Candi McGaughy Margie Scott Peggy Whaley HIGH SCHOOL BELLS: Ellen Freil Tommy Nix BAND BARITONE: Terry Carter Phil Hubbard TUBA Dewitt Hare FRENCH HORN: Beth Jeter SAXOPHONES: Betty Allen Joan Anthony Janice Bowden Ellen Erwin Bobby Strickland Jane Andrews MAJORETTES: Mable Hill Carolyn Kyser Judy Lucas Susan Lovelady Sandra Scott Linda Smith Faye Williams Kaye Williams FLUTES: Virginia Ann Jenks Susan Thiemonge Susan Whaley PAGE 64 The Montevallo High School Band is one of the most active organizations in the school. They supply music and rhythm at all football games and play at school assemblies as well Community concerts are also pre sented at various times during the year During 1963-64, the band received an excellent rating for its performance in the state band com- petition held in Tuscaloosa Mr. Everett Lawler, band director is also n charge of the beginning band composed of seventh and eighth graders and the swing band a group of fifteen advancec members President group Pictured ning be members Barclay dan, H Mable Hill PAGE 65 A Cheerleaders and Sponsor, Mrs. Anne Kelly, pose around Bulldog mascot CHEERLEADERS 1963-64 MARILYN KYSER (Head) DELORES SMITH SUSIE OESTERLING MARTHA PRICE JAYNE LUCAS SENIOR WHO’S WHO Each year, one of the senior activities is the selection of a “Who's Who.” Using categories suggested by the Montala Staff and approved by the senior class, each member is allowed to vote for each title. This year students were elected to a total of eleven classifications. In addition to Who's Who listings, the class also selects in September the leadership team which will guide their activities through the year. Class officers shown above are Horacio Tabares, Vice President; Ricky Zucco, President; LaVaughn Jarvis, Secretary; and Eddie Southern, Treasurer. Senior Class sponsors are Miss Vinnie Lee Walker and Mr. Cratie Corbett. PAGE 67 Friendliest Kenny Phillips, Faye Williams Wittiest Eddie Southern, Anne Bashore ee Most Valuable to the School Angeline Davis LaVaughn Jarvis Best Dressed Kaye Williams David Thomas et ea Best Looking Best All-Around Chuckie Harrison, Marilyn Kyser Ricky Zucco, Carolyn Kyser Most Likely to Succeed Best Dancers Mable Hill, Charles McGehee Jerri Crawford, Jonne Thornton = v LIKE NEW BOOKS? foals TRY THESE t Most Intellectual Emily Stansell, Bill Glosson Most Athletic Jerry Lucas, Nellie Nannini Laziest Sheila Pickett, Bob Brown PAGE 70 SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY Each Christmas season, seniors’ thoughts turn from school to the Christmas Party. This affair, planned for and given by the seniors is a highlight of the school year... . The first picture shows the cafeteria—ready and waiting—for the seniors and their dates to begin arriving . . . . Seniors enjoy conversation by candlelight. Mr. and Mrs. Milford share table with twelfth year students . . . . Entertainment is provided by “Senior Singers”— Angeline Davis, Linda Smith, Faye Williams, and Mable Hill . . . . The “big” moment arrives and the “man of the moment” enters—Santa Claus . . . . The party’s over and the senior sponsors, Mr. Corbett and Miss Walker, chat with Mrs. Corbett about the night’s events. PAGE 71 HOMECOMING 1963 Using the theme, “DDT,” “Defeat Devils Tonight,” Montevallo High School students carried out the traditional Homecoming festivities by elect- ing a queen and her court, holding pep rallies and a parade, and inviting all graduates to attend the Montevallo-Verbena game and its post-game activities. After elections, first event on the schedule was the big Thursday night pep rally with its bonfire, cheers, music, and pep talks. Friday's first event was the appearance of Queen Linda Smith and her attendants, Ange- line Davis, Marilyn Kyser, Judy Lucas, and Donna Reynolds, at the head of the parade which heralded the official beginning of “Homecoming Day.” That night, following the Bulldog-Devil tussle, alumni were royally entertained as “Distinguished Delegates” at a tea given in their honor. Students, faculty, and friends then assembled for dancing and the corona- tion ceremony in the high school auditorium. Cheerleaders jump high as pep rally gets into full swing. ... Alma Mater plays as fire burns low... . Decorated cars park on sidelines waiting for the parade .... Cheerleaders Crowe, Oesterling, Lucas, Smith, Price have a convertible all their own for the big event .... Parade stops downtown for music and cheers . ... PAGE 73 The queen and her court—the “Center of Attraction’ downtown as the crowds gather music’’ during Friday night's big “Distinguished Delegates” are royally entertained at tea. Graduates—Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ballard, Jr., and J. A. Brown—are served and chat with Miss Walker while Mrs. Brown and senior Emily Stansell look wi.) PAGE 74 OELEGATES ear ae The queen is crowned! 62-63 queen—Jane Robinson— places crown on Linda’s head as attendants Marilyn, Donna, Angeline, and Judy look on.... Queen Linda and her escort—Kenneth Pickett (class of ‘63)—pose for camera before danc- ing resumes .. . . bringing to an end Homecoming, 1963... . sea ry = RY: MISS VALENTINE — BETH JETER Beth Jeter—eleventh grade—came out in first place over a large field of contenders—grades nine through twelve—in Montevallo’s first Miss Valentine Contest. The contest and accompanying dance, both sponsored by the Band Booster’s Club, marked the beginning of what is scheduled to be an annual event. PAGE 76 Four girls—Barbara Barclay, Suzy O6esterling, Shirley Barrett, and Judy Lucas were selected by the judges to serve as court attendants to Miss Valentine. nt MA AERROD AL.) ie bia JD Rn Mrs. Pat Wyatt—“lucky winner’’—hap- pily receives the door prize, a silver chafing dish, from Mr. John Hines of the Shelby County Savings and Loan Association. Gary Martin, Mon- tevallo Elementary band student, won a transistor radio for selling the largest number of tickets to the dance. Shown below are the Ki- wanians — Columbiana dance band which furnished music for the Valen- tine fete. ATHLETICS “Nothing is so dear and precious as time.” —Rabelais oe Eee OE r F le ee age so Pictured above are the boys who turned out as training began in August for the 1963 season. Beginning with the first row, players shown are Don Hurt, Tommy Anderson, Rick Zucco, Alan Barclay, Bobby Birchfield, Eddie Gentry, Larry Pack, Tommy Aindessan, Jerry Morgan, Larry Pickett, Jim Birdsong, Johnny Taylor, Danny Bearden, Mike Pickett, Terry Herron, David Robinson, Eddye Lawley, John Lewis, Leon Lucas, David Smitherman, Chuckie Harrison, Jack Bergstresser, Bill Scott, Tommy Wyatt, Larry McGaughy, Ronnie Allen, Ken Phillips, and Charles McGehee. FOOTBALL ’63 Opening the 1963 season, Montevallo’s Bulldogs found that Yellow- jackets “really” could sting as the Vincent eleven defeated MHS for the first time in the last six years of competition. Although the ‘Jackets were held to a scoreless first half by a strong defense led by Bill Scott and Chuckie Harrison, they came on strong in the third period and hit the pay dirt twice. Crossing the line once again in the final period of play Vincent came out the victor 21-0. COACH FISHER COACH MARTIN COACH CORBETT COACH WOOLLEY In the first home game of the season, MHS fans saw the Holtville Bulldogs “just get by” in a 6-0 tussle. Holtville’s Jimmy Farmer earned the 6 on a one yard plunge after a fifty-two yard drive to the goal line. After falling to Montevallo for six consecutive years, the Warriors of Thompson came up with a 13-6 victory over the Bulldogs for the third game of the season. The first TD of the contest came on the fifth play of the game as Alan Barclay scored for Montevallo following Norman Eiland’s thirty-five yard run. Thompson scorers for the evening were Johnny Busby and Bill Jones. The Bulldogs only winning game was played against Clanton’s Tigers on a rain soaked home field. Early in the second quarter Larry Pack drove across the goal line from the four and Chuckie Harrison kicked the extra point. Eddie Gentry led the defense which allowed the Tigers to enter the Bulldog territory only once. Final score showed a 7-0 victory. SENIORS RONNIE ALLEN BOBBY J. BIRCHFIELD EDDIE GENTRY CHUCKIE HARRISON 150 Ibs. — End 155 Ibs. Guard 140 Ibs. Halfback 170 Ibs. — Tackle DON HURT JERRY LUCAS KEN PHILLIPS RICK ZUCCO 145 Ibs. — Quarterback 150 Ibs. — End 160 Ibs. — Center 150 Ibs. — Guard Homecoming action moves right along ... . Montevallo’s fifth game of the season resulted in a 13-13 draw with the Jemi- son Panthers. A brief rundown of the contest saw Larry Pack scoring 6 for the Bull- dogs after a sixty-seven yard drive that began the event. Jemison’s Sidney Chandler scored in the third quarter and was soon followed by Jim Parker who crossed the line paving the way for Joe Brasher’s PAT. With only two minutes left in the game Mike Pickett scored from the two. Chuckie Harrison’s kick arched high, hit the cross bar, and finally bounced over to even the score. The next game found the Red Devils of Verbena dampening Montevallo’s Home- coming festivities by defeating the Bulldog 21-6. The Devils began their tallying by taking a second quarter Bulldog fumble, scoring on the next play, and then adding an extra point. TD number two for Verbena came after racking up eleven plays following another Bulldog fumble. With only two minutes remaining, the Red Devils scored again. Pack scored the only Bulldog TD following a sixty yard drive in the final quarter. The Shelby County Wildcats—a championship team—rolled past the Bulldogs in a 34-0 victory. After being held scoreless in the first quarter, Shelby crossed the line three times before half time. The third quarter was also scoreless but Rusty Harden start- ed things moving in the fourth with a twenty-two yard TD run. Kenny Skelton scamper- ed eighty yards for another late in the quarter. The Calera Eagles gained their second Montevallo victory in history as they came in with a 26-6 triumph over the Bulldogs. Scoring twice in the second quarter they went on to repeat the double TD’s in the second half. Norman Eiland scored the only Bull- dog touchdown after a seventy yard drive in the final quarter. Continuing a perfect season, the Cordova Blue Devils defeated the Bulldogs with a thrilling performance by quarterback Tim O'Neil. Running, passing, and kicking he helped pave the way for a 26-0 victory. The season ended with a 40-6 romp by the B. B. Comer Tigers of Sylacauga. Bill Parker started the Tiger scoring in the first quarter with a fifty-six yard TD run. Recover- ing a Bulldog fumble on the play after the next kick, Comer again hit pay dirt. Parker soon crossed the line again and was followed by another Tiger who took a pass fifty- six yards for a second period touchdown. After a scoreless third, Comer came back twice in the final period of play to end the game. PAGE 82 BASKETBALL ‘°63-'64 They They Vincent 35 McAdory 56 Clanton 56 Indian Springs 62 Thompson 43 McAdory 73 Shelby Co. 60 Thompson 48 Vincent 44 Northside (forfeit) 0 Calera 55 Millport 60 Guin 61 Holtville 55 Indian Springs 47 Billingsley 74 Shelby Co. 93 Calera 63 Shown below are “A” squad members Charles McGehee, Terry Herron, Bart Tolbert, Jerry Hyde, Eddie Southern, Robert Walters, Larry McGaughy, Phil Genry, Bob Brown, Bill Scott, and Coach Cratie Corbett. Scott and Walters both received recognition by being named “All-County.” Highlight of a successful 10-8 season was Coach Cratie Corbett’s Bull- dogs 65-54 defeat of the Shelby County Wildcats at Jemison to take the Region 6 — Area 3 championship. In the Area 3 playoffs, the Bulldog courtmen came in second place as they fell to Tallassee 48-38 in the finals. Brown and Genry were both named to the “All Tournament” team. Pic- tured below are the four seniors who ended their MHS play with the final game. BOB BROWN CHARLES McGEHEE EDDIE SOUTHERN BART TOLBERT PAGE 84 yntevallo’s Bullpups, who ende ne season with a tured above with their — Theron Fi ' v are Don Horton, B erman, Wayne Hor- ton, Johnny Boyd é ke Garrett, and H Team—boys from the s I ne ninth ades from the previous year won five and lost six “All-County.” Pictured are » Starks, Clay Nordan, Robby Owens Blain Harper, Ed Simpsor ( mann, and Dick Scoft. Montevallo’s Bulldogs -- Shelby County | ‘Champs” Coach Theron Fisher tucked away the fourteenth county title in seventeen years as Montevallo’s baseball season drew to a close. Shown above are championship team members Don Hurt, Eddie Southern, Norman Eiland, Jerry Hyde, Charles McGehee, Jerry Lucas, Larry Pack, Ray Edwards, Wayne Horton, Coach Woolley, David Smither- man, Jonne Thornton, Grady Partridge, Thomas Lawley, Dale Thompson, Bill Scott, Chuckie Harrison, and Coach Fisher. Jerry Lucas, third baseman, and Grady Partridge, second baseman, represented Montevallo in the East-West Tryout game at Clanton on May 17. In that game, to win an All-State berth, Jerry had a perfect day afield and at the plate. In ten innings of ball he hit four for four and walked three times. In the All-State game in Birmingham, June 5, he played three innings at second base. He had a single in two trips to the plate. BASEBALL SCOREBOARD They They Rome, Georgia Thompson Indian Springs Marion Columbiana Calera Vincent Thompson Marion Hicks Memorial Calera Indian Springs Columbiana a i t i TRACK ’63-'64 Montevallo’s track team—a relative newcomer in the lo- i q bit fey HH HE oh a cal athletic program—is pictured below. Members are Tom- my Baker, Kenneth Pickett, Danny Bearden, Alan Barclay, aes ‘ Mike Pickett, Jimmy Birdsong, Kenneth Driver, Robert Wal- ters, Charles Brownlee, Ronnie Allen, Bill Scott, Kenneth Sproul, and Eddie Potts. Participating in the first annual Shelby County Track Tournament the team came in third behind Calera and Indian Springs with three team members, Potts, Sproul, and Walters, capturing first places. KENNETH SPROUL County High Jump Champ Various track team members picked up honors as the year’s competitions came along. MHS’s 440 relay team came in third place when the District Meet was held at Legion Field in May. Also capturing awards at Legion Field were Eddie Potts who won the mile in 5:57.6 and Robert Walters who placed second in the 880. Both boys had previously won the county titles in these events. Walters had also won the State Meet cross-country title in earlier competition. . Champions Walters and Potts PAGE 88 ADVERTISEMENTS Westinghouse Compliments of Compliments of Bud’s Paint and Body UNITED CEMENT CO. 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I’m forever blowing bubbles! “Who stole my hammer?” A part of the physical fitness program? Dancing in the dark— “Sahin ; Pai Ah, those dignified seniors MERCHANTS PLANTERS BANK MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA “Growing With and Serving You” SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT McCLURE DRUG CO. SHELL “On the Corner” : ‘a SERVICE STATION PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY J. M. Allen Dial 665-4371 Phone 665-7231 BOOSTERS NINA’S CAFE F. P. GIVHAN MR. M. S. McGEHEE JOHNNY’S PLACE MONTEVALLO MOTEL W. V. BROWN LUMBER CO. MERLE NORMAN FANCHER RADIO AND GIFT SHOP MAHAN’S BARBER SHOP VICK’S CONSTRUCTION CO. WESTERN AUTO SIMS SERVICE CENTER WEEMS INSURANCE AGENCY BEAN’S BARBER SHOP FANCHER’S SHOE SHOP AND STORE ANN’S BEAUTY SHOP MONTEVALLO FLOWER SHOP JEWEL’S CLOTH RACK SHIRLEY TINGLE CARPENTER BROS. GARAGE “Time cannot hush me.” — Fuller “There's that candid camera again” Spring Creek Wonderland Touchdown! All dressed up and no place to go- Did someone say “Good Old Days’? Our new gym ”
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