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Show Hide text for 1968 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1968 volume: “ 1968 Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Alabama “Building Dimensions” School is made of many dimensions: a line, a plane, a cube, and time as years come and go. However, these four—length, width, height, and the imaginary time—aren’t all. Basic dimensions form only empty buildings. Building From The Base It takes peo ple—students and adults alike—adding their talents to supply the necessary quality of feeling that a school develops as the years go by. Faculty, the basis, is the line which forms a foundation on which to build. The administration provides the skills necessary to maintain school functions while they—with the faculty—teach, lead, and direct school affairs and par- ticipate in many educational related activities. Most teachers have clubs and homerooms to sponsor. Many hold positions in PTA and all attend regular faculty meetings and take part in related in-service studies. Coaches spend additional hours developing skills and character among athletes at M.H.S. while others supplement their school responsibili- ties participating in outside activities. Church ministry and music, private teaching, study- ing, “tinkering,” and membership in state and local organizations are but a few of the many endeavors in which Montevallo teach- ers engage. Students make a school and add still another dimension to the basic line laid by the faculty. Beginning in Monte- vallo as seventh graders, stu- dents move through six years of active school life. Academic work, field trips, study time, athletic events, and concerts mark but a few of the many facets of the daily program. Adding To The Total Supplying depth to the total school picture, sports hustle in the third di- mension. Excitement, joy, disappoint- ment—all are an integral part of sports. Victory and defeat are meted out daily as students compete in P.E. and on the varsity playing field. School Picture Activities sound a new chord in the school’s song, bringing in the human ele- ment. This dimension may be as simple as a friendly chat in the hall or as exciting as a big date for the Prom. Activities produce the feeling that makes M.H.S. “something special.” The sounds they make range from the quiet of the library to the patriotic pledge; from the moving Alma Mater to the shrill yells of a football crowd. f i so x. ADMINISTRATION G. MILFORD PRINCIPAL Service could be called the “key” word in describing the many duties of Montevallo’s principal, Mr. Guy Milford. Serving first at M.H.S. as a teacher and then as principal and director Mr. Milford coordinates the many activi- ties of both the junior and senior high schools. MR. CRATIE CORBETT MRS. MARTHA The center of all school activities is the office and most school activities are given the clearance signal from assistant principal, Mr. Cratie Corbett. Mr. Corbett also serves as school guidance counselor and is senior boys’ sponsor. Classroom contact is maintain- ed by Mr. Corbett in the teaching of democracy. He also is head basketball coach and during the ‘67-‘68 year served as baseball director. Mrs. Martha McClure is school sec- retary. Her responsibilities in the office include keeping straight some 558 school ac- counts and records. Fae ed = Pid ; County Tuition j never-ending. fi lines seem SCHOOL MAINTENANCE: Big job for Mr. Ivey Sims. Serving as maintenance man for Montevallo’s school, Mr. Sims checks with students and teachers to keep up to date on needs within the buildings. Grounds also come under his scrutiny as he moves over the school area. Mr. Harvey Riffe, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Edwards work together to prepare meals _ for M.H.S. students MR. IVEY SIMS Helping maintain the students are the lunchroom personnel who work under the direction of Mrs. Gwendolyn Mit- chell. By Working Together Teachers Unify Many specialties join together to pro- vide an education for the student at M.H.S. Girls receive training in physical education from Mrs. Betty Yancey while library skills are learned from Mrs. Anne Milford, school librarian. Mr. Doug Mor- ris teaches junior high math and also teaches algebra in the senior high. MRS. BETTY YANCEY MRS. ANNE MILFORD MR. DOUG MORRIS PAGE 12 Total School Program Mrs. Gail Arnold came to M.H.S. at mid-term to teach in the areas of science and math. Mrs. Bonnie Fisher serves as library aid while Mr. Leroy Anthony works with junior high students in the fields of English and history. MRS. GAIL ARNOLD . BONNIE FISHER MR. LEROY ANTHONY PAGE 13 MR. WAYNE McCULLAR MRS. BARBARA BELISLE Varied Interests But Common Theme: Education Serving as junior class sponsors during the year were two newcomers to M.H.S., Mrs. Barbara Belisle and Mr. Wayne McCullar. In addition to homeroom responsibilities Mrs. Belisle teaches senior history, while Mr. McCullar teaches senior science. Special reading teacher is Mrs. Ann Parker. Montevallo’s senior math teacher is Miss Katherine Farrington. MRS. ANN PARKER MISS KATHRYN FARRINGTON MRS. CAROLYN EDFELDT MRS. HAZEL SHARP Journalism teacher and English teacher is Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt. Latin is taught to Mon- tevallo students by Mrs. Hazel Sharp while Mr. Melton Thornton specializes in agricul- ture for boys at M.H.S. Girls receive training in home economics from Mrs. Rebecca Mc- Gaughy. MR. MELTON THORNTON MRS. REBECCA McGAUGHY PAGE 15 Faculty Contributions Just as teachers work together to unify the school proaram they also strive to bring out the best in the students’ ef- forts. Reaching toward this goal are his- tory teacher, Mr. Bill Norton; band and choral director, Mrs. Doris Lien; and phys. ed. and driver training teacher, Mr. Charles Martin. Once a year, stu- MR. BILL NORTON MRS. DORIS LIEN MR. CHARLES MARTIN PAGE 16 ppear In Student Achievements dent achievements are recognized as students assemble for the annual “Awards Day.” Directing this program is Miss Susie DeMent, business educa- tion teacher. PAGE 17 nn ae letters. MISS SUSIE DEMENT scholars display academic MRS. FRANCES ANTHONY MRS. CAROLYN TOLBERT Mh il . AN MRS. PAGE 18 Seventh Grade Opens Door To New Experiences Seventh grade homeroom teachers in- troduce students to a new way of life when they come to M.H.S. Orientation programs, participation in new events, and specialized classes begin. In addi- tion to homeroom sponsorship Mrs. Frances Anthony teaches history and English, Mrs. Carolyn Tolbert teaches English and French, and Mrs. Emily Pendleton is science teacher. EMILY PENDLETON MISS VINNIE LEE WALKER For many years, just as seventh grade experiences have marked the beginning of life at M.H.S. for students, English with Miss Walker has been one of the highlights of Sen- ior High experiences. Coming to M.H.S. in 1928 after graduation from Athens College, Miss Walker began her career as a junior-high teacher. Continuing with her academic work, she earned an M.A. at Peabody College and did additional graduate work at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, New York City. In 1947 she began working with Seniors and has served as senior sponsor since that time. PAGE 19 STUDENTS SENIORS CLIMAX YEAR OF ACTIVITY WITH GRADUATION Finishing up 12 years of school life, seniors began the 1967-68 school term by electing officers to guide them du- ring their final year at M.H.S. Elected to top positions were Judy Draper, President; Steve Arledge, Vice-Presi- dent; Waltraud Molgedei, Secretary; and Susan Crowe, Treasurer. Highlights of the year included participation— many times in leadership roles—in such school events as Homecoming, the Christmas Dance, the selection of Miss Valentine, and finally—graduation. Judy delivers graduation address CAROL ALEXANDER SHERRY ANDERSON STEVE ARLEDGE BETTY JANE BARCLAY DEBBIE BEARDEN LARRY BEARDEN JUDY H. BIRCHFIELD ALVIN BOOTHE BETTY BOOTHE PAGE 22 DIANE BRAZIER THOMAS CANNON B. C. CROCKER SUSAN CROWE WALTER CZESKLEBA JUDY DRAPER PAGE 23 HENRY EDWARDS RICKY FOCHTMANN CAROLYN FROST GENRY ANNE GOAD NANCY GOGGINS PAGE 24 MARY HARRIS GLENDA HAYNIE SANDRA £. HODGES JUDY HOLSOMBACK PHYLLIS HOLSOMBACK JIMMY JACKSON PAGE 25 Dr. Kermit Johnson, Alabama College President, delivers the key- Mr. Guy Milford, principal, awards diplomas note address MATTHEW JONES CAROL LAGRONE DENNIS LARKINS BEULAH LAWLEY GAIL LUCAS MARRIE LUCAS SUE LUTZ CHERYL McCLURE PHILLIP McENTEE PAGE 27 - JIMMY McGAUGHY ANITA MAHAFFEY LOY MILLER BRENDA MOBLEY WALTRAUD MOLGEDE! WAYNE NICHOLS PAGE 28 THOMAS NIX STACIA OATES DEBBIE PACK DONNIE PAYNE DONN PHILLIPS ELREE PRICE PAGE 29 JANELLE’ REID ELLEN SCOTT ED SIMPSON ANDREA SMITH JUDY SMITHERMAN PAGE 30 DONNA R. SPEARS STEVE SPEARS NELLIE GRAY STROTHER ELIZABETH TAYLOR FRANKLIN VALENTINE RENEE VAN TUYLL PAGE 31 LEWIS VERNON Tea table in evidence—the last event for Montevallo seniors. PAGE 32 JUNIORS SELL MAGAZINES AND FETE SENIORS Magazine sales by the junior class have become a tradition at M.H.S. just as their Spring dance for seniors is an annual event. 1967-68 was no excep- tion as seniors were entertained in true “Southern” style at the April Dance. Top magazine saleslady—Teresa Jackson. JUNIORS Tisia Baker Phyllis Bearden David Bennett Billy Bice Jan Birdsong Nancy Boothe Sharon Bridges Brenda Brown Jimmy Brown Stephanie Conwell Jimmy Culp Cecile Dennis Carole Edwards Sonya Edwards Milton Emfinger Diane Finley Pleasia Fochtmann Kenneth Fountain PAGE 33 Jo Ann H. Hamm Rosetta Harper Ron Horton Teresa Jackson Katherine Keith Donna Lawley Mary Ellen Lewis Eddie Lovelady Hattie Lucas Rick Majors Robbie Mims Wayne Moore Dale Nabors Brenda Nelson Cathy Nix Mack Nix Judy Nordan Ava Rana Bruce Reynolds Gary Richardson Laura Roberts Gerald Robinson Debbie Russell Bob Scott Adelle Simpson Mike Sims Wayne Smitherman Mitchell Spears Kathy Steele Yvonne Walker Debbie Ward Ric West Bill White Sharon Winslett Jim Youtz SOPHOMORES Ronald Alexander Alfred Allen Shannon Allen Linda Anderson Beth Anthony Tommy Arledge Martha Sue Barkley Billy Barrett John Barrow Ray Bearden Roger Bice Ruben Bonille Linda Boothe Harriet Bowden Waymon Bowden Sandra Cannon James Carlee Terry Davis Jimmy Emfinger Bill Frye Dee Dee Garrett Dennis Glosson Roy Goggins Kay Green Marcia Green Randy Greene Mike Guthrie Deanie Hall Tithie Harrell Tommy Harris Betty Jo Hatcher Danny Holsomback Brenda Horton Joyce Horton Bobby Ingram Shelia Jackson Sedalia Johnson PAGE 35 Cheerleaders in waiting basketball's the game! Mary Johnston Sandra Kemp Melissa Knowles Debbie Larkins Dian Lawler Jean Lawley Lonnie Lovejoy Joe Lovelady Jennie Lucas John Lucas Mary McCulley David McGaughy Wayne Majors Gary Martin Louise Martin Leslie Mathison Linda Moore Gary Muehlbaver Montevallo’s Busiest Substitute Checks Daily Bulletins Mrs. Pauline Harrison is a familiar figure at M.H.S. as she fills in vacan- cies—grades seven through twelve. With sons “graduated” Mrs. Harrison still participates actively in PTA and is always ready to lend a helping hand for “her” school. Alan Nannini Laurie Gene Orr M. J. Ofts Shelia Page Bobbie Jo Parker Courtney Parker Lynn Partridge Dottie Phillips Buster Pickett Larry Pickett Mike Pickett Terry Pickett Wayne Pickett Joan Polk Trudy Price Mary Lou Reeder Larry Rice Lolly Seaman PAGE 37 Charles Stano Jimmy Surface Billy Taylor Steve Taylor Jimmy Thomas Anthony Thompson Leon Thompson Sandra Thompson Karen Varden Sarah Weaver Robert West Nancy Wooley Danny Wyatt FRESHMEN Phillio Alexander Nancy Barclay Belcher yy Bell Jo Ann Bice Barbara Bigger Ann Boothe Frances Boothe Judy Boothe Debbie Boyd Steve Brand Patsy Brazier Carol Brown Pam Brown Bartie Carlee Diane Cooley Jeanetta Corbett Troy Crisswell Beth Crowe Debbie Cunningham lee Cupps Eddie Czeskleba Patsy Darden Rita David Susan Edfeldt Brenda Edwards Linda Edwards Peggy Edwards Tony Ellison Nathan Fochtmann William Grady Jeffrey Gray Lynn Green Pam Guy Jimmy Hall Steve Hall Terry Sue Harris Bruce Hayes Randy Haynie Tommy Hensley Sherry Holsomback Cherie Horton Jane Horton Nora Hubbard Sandra Jones Becky Kaufman Randy Keith Larry Knowles Kathy Larkins Alvin Latham Judy Lien Frank Lightfoot Susan Lovejoy Patti Lovelady Darlene Lucas PAGE 39 “Barons” swing out with melodies for Christmas Dance. PAGE 40 Dianne Lucas Ray Lucas Sylvia Lucas John McCulley Keith Mahaffey Lisa Majors Joe Miller Ricky Miller Johnny Moore Barbara Moreland Shirlene Morgan Bill Morris Ninna Morris Jo Ann Murray Julie Myers Bill Nathews John Nix Mike Nix Debbie O'Neal Deborah Ofts Connie Owens Debra Owens Jan Plant Ernie Polk Michael Polk Tommy Polk Jamey Putman Debbie Rochester Pat Russell Susan Scott David Seaman Sally Sears Janice Shipley Cathy Sims Frances Smith Joe Smitherman Becky Smitherman Sharon Sproul John Stewart Sammy Strickland Don Tinsley Lamar Vaughn Teresa West Marilynn Winslett Stanley Winslett Sharmaine Wolfe Dayle Wooley Patricia Wyatt EIGHTH GRADE Delores Adkins Ronnie Allen Curtis Anderson Donna Argo Russell Battle Brenda Beane Patti Benton Billy Joe Bice Donald Ray Bice Kathy Bice Eddy Boothe Isaac Boothe PAGE 41 Junior high girls “All Star” team poses after busy morning at play. James Ray Boothe Janice Boothe Retta Boothe Linda Boyd Vince Cardone Kathy Cooley .- — Te Beth Eddings - ‘ Karen Fullman Se . Phil Genry Tim Genry Bonnie Goggins = Marie Goggins Marshall Goggins Jimmy Hall Roger Hamilton Phillip Harper Danny Harrison Edna Hensley PAGE 42 Charlotte Horton Carol Hyde Wayne Hyde Galeon Jarvis Susan Johnson Billy Paul Jones Becky Knowles Kathy Lacey Sherry Lagrone Charlotte Lawley Vikki Lawley Nan Lovelady Gary Lucas Julia MeEntee Bill Martin Randy Merijanian Terry Middlebrooks Charles Nelson Parents and students view Jr. Science Club exhibits at May P.T.A. program PAGE 43 PAGE 44 Wayne Nelson Donna Norton Leslie Ofts Gerry Payne Larry Phillips Suzanne Pickett Howard Potts Naomi Price Keith Reynolds Danny Rhodes Ronnie Rice Don Russell E’‘Dana_ Sanders Micky Smith Donna Smitherman Eddie Spears Burney Sproul Emma Jean Stano Kerry Stephens Tommy Taylor Claire Tinsley Elaine Vassar Alvin Wallace David Watson Davis Wooley SEVENTH GRADE Delores Allen Loyd Anderson Lee Anthony Sandra Bailey John Baker Mike Barkley Patti Beane Ralph Beane Jimmy Bearden Brenda Belcher Jeanne Benton Denise Bice Larry Bice Ricky Bice Sandra Bice Cathy Bigger Danny Blackmon Ricky Boothe Phoebe Bowden Bobby Ray Boyd Betty Brantley Melba Brantley Dawn Bridges Allen Brown Calvin Carlee Lonnie Carlee Terri Chambers Wil Collins Regina Corbett Mark Crisswell Vickie Cupps Wilma Czeskleba Kenny Dailey Joey Day Alice Eady Boyd Eddings Kathy Edwards Jerry Ellison David Fancher Judy Fletcher Herman Fochtmann Jackie Franklin Troy Frye Debbie Garrett Greg Gentry Cecil Gibson David Green PAGE 46 William Green Bobby Hall Annette Hamilton Becky Hamrick Kenny Hatcher Patricia Hendrix Brenda Hensley Conchita Hernandez Kathy Hogge Peggy Hughes Benjy Ingram Karen Johnson Lillyus Johnson Brenda Keith Bobby Kemp Chuck Kimbrell Carol Kirkland Charles Kromer Phil Lawler Jimmy Don Lawley Kathy Lawley Mike Lawley Ricky Lawley Kirk Lightfoot Glenn Loggins Connie Lucas Gabriella Lucas Patsy Lucas Roger Lucas Tim Lucas Mark McGaughy Patricia Majors Judy Martin Stephanie Mathison Lieser Mayo Barbara Moore SEVENTH GRADE GRABS SPELLING BEE TITLE An annual event for junior high students is the “Spelling Bee” spon- sored by the Birmingham Post-Herald. Weeks of working paid off for Con- chita Hernandez who won the local school contest. my Mrs. Tolbert, sponsor; Conchita and Debbie Garrett discuss win- ning words. Mike Moreland Randy Morris Bobby Myers Ann Nathews Cindy Nix Brenda Northcutt Mike Northcutt Bill O'Neal Tim Pack Mike Parker Johnny Parvin Michael Pearson Ronnie Pearson Debbie Pendleton Greg Pendleton Benny Pickett Regina Pickett Sandy Pickett Danny Robasciotti Paul Roberts Lo | ei Eddie Russell F Janice Seaman P Beth Shaw i it Dennis Sims 7 Bill Smith “ ? = Paul Smith rN 5% . i a Terry Smith + Robin Spain | , Sandra Steele , ; : Jan Stephens 7. re 4 Pete Tinsley E a Pam Vann Nelson Wallace i . Jane Watson Eddie Winslett Anthony Wolfe y Jean Youngblood , ‘ es Carol Youtz PAGE 48 I. Vincent's Yellowjackets struck late but won, although Ed Simpson-toBill-Nath- ews’ 50-yard pass, plus a Vincent fum- ble, gave the Bulldogs a 13-0 lead in the season's first game. Two late drives, in the second and fourth quarters, squeezed the ‘Jackets by the ‘Dogs to a 14-13 win. Defense was the key to Montevallo’s 13-6 win over Chelsea as the Bulldogs grabbed a 13-0 lead on a pass from Ed Simpson to David Bennett and the good running by Simpson, Jimmy Brown and Wayne Majors. With only forty seconds left on the clock, Chel- sea scored on a 52-yard pass to account for their six points. At Siluria on Sept. 22, a great defen- sive effort against Thompson Warriors by the Bulldogs finally broke. In the Bulldogs pictured below are J. Brown, B. Reynolds, Simpson, Roger Bice, W. Mejors, B. Taylor, S. Allen, bauer, T. Pickett, S. Winslett, R. Haynie, T. Middlebrooks, G. Richardson, R. Bearden, T. Nix, B. Morris, D. Wyatt, M. Guthrie, B. Frye, M. Nix, K. Mahaffey, M. J. Otts, G. Payne, G. Martin, D. McGaughy, J. Miller, G. Muehl- Gridironers Play A last quarter, the Warriors scored three touchdowns to win 25-0. Until the fourth quarter, the only Thompson score had been a 71-yard punt return in the second quarter. IV. Explosive Clanton Tigers had everything their way when they met the Bulldogs. Despite the brilliant defensive job by Jimmy Brown—two interceptions and a near third—Clanton scored five times to win 33-0. V. MHS Bulldogs scored within the first three minutes of the ‘67 Homecoming Game, Oct. 6. Thomas Nix recovered Jemison’s fumble on the 50-yard line, and Ed Simpson capped the drive by crossing from the ten. The Panthers, however, dominated play for the rest of the game, winning 40-7. B. White, E W. Moore Lovelady, D. Bennett, R. Goggins, B. Scott, D. Payne, J. Jackson, J. B. Nathews, F. Lightfoot, T. Harris, T. Polk and H. Martin PAGE 50 Tough Schedule Vi. Montevallo almost snatched victory out of the hands of the B. B. Comer’s Ti- gers at their Homecoming Game. Bruce Reynolds set the Bulldogs up in busi- ness when he recovered a Comer fum- ble on the Tigers’ five-yard line to tie the score. Both teams tallied another score, to hold the tie, until the final Tiger TD on a 33-yard run put the score to 21-13, Comer. . Chuck Walton, of Columbiana, was the big difference in a 33-7 decision over the Bulldogs in their seventh game. He scored 20 points for the Shelby County team while Montevallo’s tally came in the third quarter following a 55-yard drive. Jimmy Brown capped the effort with a ten-yard run. Ed Simp- son kicked the extra point. For the second week in a row, Monte- vallo faced a big county opponent in Mike Coshatt of Calera. He ran and Co-Captains Ed Simpson and Donnie Payne await the X. passed for four touchdowns while lead- ing the Eagles to a 54-20 win over Montevallo. Jimmy Brown started the Bulldog scoring in the third quarter with an 85-yard kick-off return. Thomas Nix added 6 in the fourth period and Brown wrapped up M.H.S. scoring with a 37-yard run. In drenching rain on Blocton ground, Montevallo couldn’t hold the Tigers as five Blocton players scored one touch- down each for a 31-0 decision over the Bulldogs. Three seniors playing their last high school game—Jimmy Jackson, Thomas Nix, and Ed Simpson—led Montevallo to a 33-7 romp over the visiting Oak Grove Tigers. Dominating the play throughout the game all Bulldog mem- bers saw action during the final con- test. coin toss at Homecoming. PAGE 51 Benchwarmers Treat Foothall Team To Steak Supper Montevallo supporters, the Benchwarmers, closed out the ‘67 season for the footballers with a real treat—a steak supper served up in the high school lunchroom. Special guests included the cheerleaders, their sponsor, Mrs. Yancey, and Miss DeMent. Cheerleaders sing the Alma Mater. Mr. John Galloway, Benchwarmer prexy, emcees the program. The four seniors—Donnie Payne, Ed Simpson, Thomas Nix and Jimmy Jack- son—along with their coaches—Mr. Cratie Corbett and Mr. Charles Martin display their letters. PAGE 52 Pictured above with Coach Corbett are A team members T. Davis, J. Brown, W. Nichols, E. Simpson, J. Surface, E. Lovlady, D. Wyatt, and D. Larkins. Basketb all Team Compiles 9-14 Season This year’s Bulldog squad, one of the youngest Coach Corbett has fielded since coming to M.H.S. in 1955, ended the season with a 9-14 record in play against 3-A and 4-A schools. Junior Eddie Lovelady was the season’s standout as he scored 41 points against West Blocton to set a new school record. Averaging 23.3 points a game Eddie scored 547 for the season and was named to the All-Conference, All-County and Regional tournament teams. Senior cagers were Dennis Larkins, Wayne Nichols, and Ed Simpson. Simpson was also named for the Regional Tournament honor. Montevallo’s “B’ team—which included five members from the eighth and ninth grades—ended the season with a 5-14 record . M.H.S. Opponent M.H.S. Opponent Lovelady goes after a rebound. 52 Bibb County 85 64 Thompson 67 63 Shelby County 66 67 Indian Springs 50 45 Indian Springs 63 58 Calera 70 71 Vincent 88 76 Chelsea 53 80 West Blocton 73 53 Bessemer 58 89 Chelsea 50 88 West Blocton 45 52 Thompson 45 58 Calera 92 62 Vincent 73 65 Jemison 59 52 Jemison 68 44 Childersburg 63 62 Vincent 72 56 Jemison 69 62 Shelby County 43 83 Oak Grove 38 63 Calera 75 tournament play = It taks practice and more practice. Ed Simpson fires a shot. Cheerleaders “showoff” between halves. Dennis Larkins prepares to pass to Jimmy Brown Wayne Nichols tries to block a Thompson shot. PAGE 54 “B” team members pictured above are J. Barrow, M. Nix, J. Youtz, T. Arledge, A. Thomp- son, A. Brown, B. Nathews, M. Sims, B. Scott, G. Pendleton, S. Winslett, and G. Richardson. “B” Team Compiles 5-14 Record Referee has tight quarters. Bobby Scott and Mike Sims S-T-R-E-T-C-H. “B” team sets up for a shot. Wayne Nichols Leads Baseball Team Through Winning Season 1968 was a big year in baseball. The Bulldogs finished with a 9-4 record, the Shelby County championship, and third place in the Mid-State Conference. In his first year as baseball coach was Cratie Corbett. He was assisted during the season by Wayne McCullar. Seniors on the squad were Steve Arledge, Dennis Larkins, and Wayne Nichols. Wayne Nichols had a big season as he was named to the State All- Star team for the second year. Following the June All-Star game Wayne signed for a full year athletic scholarship at the University of Alabama. Prospects for the 68-69 season include Jimmy Brown and David Ben- nett who both represented Montevallo at the East-West Game in Clanton. REGULAR SEASON PLAY Opponent M.H.S. Opponent W. Blocton Vincent 12 Columbiana Kennedy 0 Jemison Kennedy 1 Jemison Calera 0 Calera Vincent ] Columbiana = ONWORAT a) Baseball team members with Coach Corbett are T. Arledge, D. Bennett, J. Lovelady, D. Larkins, J. Brown, B. Scott, C. Stano, S. Arledge, M. Sims, G. Martin, W. Nichols, B. White, G. Gentry, W. Collins, T. Davis, S. Winslett and E, Win- slett. . PAGE 56 Catcher Bennett takes breather to clean glasses Seniors Larkins, Nichols and Arledge examine winning ball. Trackmen Have “Light” Season The track team participated in the County and Mid-State meets. Pictured below are cindermen J. McCulley, B. Nathews, T. Nix, M. Nix, R. Bonille, G. Martin, J. Jackson, R. Bearden, W. Majors, and R. Bice. PAGE 57 Service: The Chief Aim of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Serving the school through publishing the yearbook, awarding honor roll ribbons, and providing baby sitters for parents during Parent-Teacher Assciation meetings, the Na- tional Honor Society is one of the busiest senior high organizations. Highlights of the organization’s ‘67-68 year were candy sal2s, the initiation, and an end of year covered dish supper. Officers are Thomas Cannon, President; Judy Smitherman, Vice-President; Ellen Scott, Secretary; and Judy Draper, Treasurer. Yearbook staff members were Thomas Nix, Editor-in-Chief; Thomas Cannon, Sports Edi- tor; Anita Mahaffey and Sherry Anderson, Activities Editors; Betty Jane Barclay and Renee Van Tuyll, Feature Editors; Judy Smitherman and Nellie Gray Strother, Advertis- ing Editors; Susan Crowe and Cheryl McClure, Administration Editors; Judy Draper, Business Manager; and Judy Kay Holsomback and Ellen Scott, Class Editors. Working with the Honor Society in producing the Montala ‘68 were Joe Miller, photog- rapher (9th grade) and Mac Clark, cover designer (M.H.S. alumnus). Sponsor for the group is Mrs. Emily Pendleton. S. Anderson B. J. Barclay T. Cannon S. Crowe J. Draper J. K. Holsomback C. McClure A. Mahaffey T. Nix E. Scott J. Smitherman N. G. Strother R. Van Tuyll PAGE 59 Student Council Has Busy Year Under Guidance Serving in his first year as Student Council sponsor, Coach Corbett got off to a busy start as Homecoming activities got under way early in the school year. Working with President Thomas Nix, the organization also began a new project during the 67-68 year—the purchasing of a new flag pole. The group also continued with the operation of the school supply store and helped coordinate school-wide assemblies. One of the largest undertakings for the year was the sponsoring of the local Easter Seal cam- paign. Steve Arledge receives flag pole money from members J. Corbett, J. McCulley, T. Cannon, D. Bennett, J. Birdsong, T. Jackson, T. Nix, J. Smither- man, and J. Brown. Student Council officers Teresea Jack- son, Thomas Nix, Jimmy Brown, Steve Arledge, Judy Smitherman, and Thomas Cannon survey trophy cases. of Coach Corbett Out going President Thomas Nix pre- sents the gavel to incoming President Jimmy Brown following the = spring elections. The Student Council is composed of elected members from each home- rcom in grades nine through twelve. In addition, representatives are ap- pointed from the seventh and eighth grades to meet with the organiza- tion. Student Council officer elections are held each spring. Pictured are Student Council members —-Thomas Nix, President; left to right, Ist row—J. Birdsong, Ll. Thompson, T. Cannon, S. Arledge, J. Smitherman, D. Lawler; 2nd row—D. Bennett, B. Scott, J. Brown, S. Jones, N. Stroth- er, S. Cannon; 3rd row—Coach Corbett | (Sponsor) P. Roberts, J. Corbett, S. Pic- kett; 4th row—Lee Anthony. PAGE 61 Newest Club: Interact Montevallo’s newest club for young men is Interact. Officers pictured are Jimmy Brown President; Ed Simpson, Vice- President; Thomas Cannon Secretary; Bob Scott, Treasurer; and members at large — Steve Arledge, Thomas Nix, and David Bennett. Pictured below are members of Interact. Left to right, bottom row—S. Taylor, S. Arledge, J. Lovelady, D. Bennett, B. Scott; 2nd row—J. Brown, T. Cannon, M. J. Otts, R. West, R. West, J. McGaughy, D. Wyatt; 3rd row—P. McEntee, T. Nix, E. Simpson, E. Lovelady, M. Guthrie, G. Richardson, J. Surface. a” - Hi-Y Returns to School Scene After a brief absence from Montevallo’s school activity scene Hi-Y returned for the 67-68 year under the sponsorship of Mr. Wayne McCullar. A school wide “clean speech” campaign was sponsored by the group. Pictured are: Ist row—Mr. McCullar, E. Price, T. Cannon, S. Arledge, J. Youtz, G. Richardson; 2nd row—E. Lovelady, T. Nix, P. McEntee, E. Simpson, J Brown, B. Scott Junior Academy of Science Reorganizes Senior high science students reorganized this year under the guidance of Mr. Wayne McCullar. Chief goal for the year was the rearranging of the chemistry lab. Pictured are: Ist row—R. Van Tuyll, B. Scott, S. Arledge, L. Thompson, W. Grady, E. Scott; 2nd row—J. Brown, T. Nix, Mr. McCullar, T. Cannon, P. McEntee PAGE 63 Tri-Hi-Y: Girls’ Service Organization Pictured above are Bob Scott, representing the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y officers pictured above are re oa Adelle Simpson , Tri-Hi-¥ member in front of March of Glenda Haynie, Jan Birdsong, and Bobbie — , nis Dimes bulletin board. The Dimes Drive was co-sponsored service organization is sponsored by Mrs. Ann ilford. by the two organizations. Pictured are: Ist row—L. Boothe, D. Garrett, M. Green, L. Anderson, S. Weaver, D. Lawler, C. Lagrone, J. Birchfield, B. Mobley, M. Knowles, A. Goad S. Bridges B. Lawley, M. Lucas, N. Goggins, T. Harrell, L. Miller; 2nd row—B. Parker, M. McCulley, Wooley, J. Lucas, B. Hatcher, S. Page, J. Nordan, H. Lucas, A. Rana, M. Lewis, C. Frost, J. Birdsong, L. Moore, C. Dennis, B. Anthony, S. Oates, J. A. Bice, S. Hodges, D. Spain, S. Lutz, D. Bearden, K. Green; 3rd row—A. Smith, R. Harper, T. Jackson, M. Reeder, M. Johnston, L Seaman, C. Parker, D. Hall, D. Finley, A. Simpson, S Winslett, L. Roberts, D. Ward, C Nix, H. Bowden, 5S. Thompson, J. Reid, P. Genry, D. Pack, C Alexander, G. Haynie S. Cannon, €£. Taylor, B. Horton, K. Varden, J. Polk, W Molgedei, N Future Homemakers Future Homemaker officers pictured above are Judy Nordan, Debbie Bearden, Cheryl McClure, Betty Jane Barclay—President, Judy Smitherman, Beth Anthony, Elizabeth Taylor, Waltraud Molgedei, Sandra Hodges, Glenda Haynie, Judy Birchfield and Dian Lawler. Sponsor for this group is Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy. Pictured are: Ist row—G. Haynie, E. Taylor, J. Nordan, D. Bearden, J. Smitherman, 8B. Barclay, C. McClure, 8B. Anthony, D. Lawler, S. Hodges, J. Birchfield, W. Molgedei; 2nd row—F. Smith, D. Boyd, D. Owens, J. Murray, S. Lucas, P. Brazier, N. Barclay, C. Bice, J. Shipley; 3rd row—D. Finley, C. Frost, J. Birdsong, S. Winslett, L. Miller, L. Orr, H. Lucas, C. Nix, B. Edwards, S. Sproul, L. Boyd, P. Wyatt, M. Winslet; 4th row—D. Ward, L. Roberts, Vikki Lawley, D. Cunningham, P. Lovelady, S. Jones, K. Keith, D. Lawley, J. Plant, D. Lucas, D. Barnett; 5th row— A. Smith, A. Rana, P. Benton, D. Phillips, H. Bowden, R. Bearden, C. Horton, P. Darden, B. Horton, D. Lucas, B. Kaufman, T. Harris; 6th row—S. Morgan, D. Hall, K. Green, T. Harrell, L. Partridge, D. O'Neal, P. Holsomback; 7th row—S. Lovejoy, D. Rochester, J. Corbett, J. Lien, P. Brown, J. Lucas, K. Varden, B. Parker, N. Strother, S. Oates, Mrs. McGaughy; 8th row—S. Holsomback, J. Gray, C. Parker, R. David, B. Moreland, C. Lagrone, A. Simpson, M. Lewis, R. Harper, D. Pack, C. Alexander; 9th row—J. Horton, J. Myers, B. Hatcher, S. Page, L. Edwards. PAGE 65 Future Farmers Pictured are: Ist row—D. Payne, J. Smitherman, L Vernon S Brand, R Majors, A Nannini, L. Loveljoy, B. Bice, W. Moore, L. Price; 2nd row—Student Teacher, H. Edwards, R. Alexander W. Czeskleba, G. Martin, R. Bice, B. Pickett, R. Horton, B. Ingram, C. Stano, L. Rice, J. Carlee Mr. Thornton (Sponsor); 3rd row—D. Phillips, K. Fountain, R. James, R. Fochtmann, J. McGaughy L. Vaughn, A. Boothe, M. Jones, F. Valentine, D. Holsomback EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Pictured are Rick Majors, Alan Nannini, Kenneth Fountain, Mr Melton Thorn ton, Buster Pickett, Lonnie Lovejoy, Bill Bice, and Wayne Moore of America FFA SENIORS D. Phillips, J. McGaughy Czeskleba H Payne Valentine, W. are: Ist row—D 2nd Pictured B. C. Crocker; M. Jones row—F FFA GREENHANDS Teacher, J. Miller M. Pickett, L. Pickett, J D. Bearden, B. Morris, Pictured are: Ist row—Student 2nd row—R. Bearden, A. Thompson P. Alexander; 3rd row—J. Hall, B. Hayes, R. Miller, D. Edwards, W. Smitherman LEARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING TO LIVE RAL Trees ie- a a7 - _ PAGE 67 Student Edwards, A B. Crocker, T. Hall, Teacher, L. Vernon, R. James, Boothe, R Fochtmann, Hensley, L. Cupps, W. Bowden; R. Lucas, A. Latham, J. Moore, E. Polk, A. Allen, R Haynie, i ; rity ¥ Pictured are members of F.T.A. Left to right, bottom row—F. Smith, L. Barrow, Scott, B. Bigger, S. Weaver, H. Lucas, 8. Barclay, L. Miller, S. Anderson, Anderson, C. Brown, J Putman, C. Nix, E. Scott, B. Mobley, S. Bridges; 2nd row— . Wooley, S. Sproul, S. Wolfe, D. Rochester, D. Cunningham, P. Brazier, T. Baker, Lucas, _C. Frost, . Taylor, C. McClure, J. Birchfield, N. Strother, A. Goad, Green, G. Lucas; 3rd row—M. McCulley, D. Hall, OD. Ward, L. Partridge, . Winslett, B. Smitherman, R. David, H. Bowden, A. Mahaffey, S. Crowe, C. Lagrone, Knowles, M. Reeder, B. Hatcher, S. Page, P. Brown; 4th row—S. Winslett, . Lewis, R. Bell, B Horton, J. Horton, S. Jackson, B. Parker, J. Nordan, S. Johnson, Crowe, P. Lovelady, C. Alexander, D. Pack, J. Lien, A. Smith; 5th row—L. Roberts, . Simpson, L. Seaman, B. Anthony, C. Parker, M. Johnston, R. Van Tuyll, C. Sims, Guy, S. Edfeldt, J. Gray, S. Oates, L. Boothe, G. Haynie, Mrs. Edfeldt, (Sponsor). S. L. N J. M. M M. M B. A P. Future Teachers of America Sponsored by Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt, FTA is one of the largest organi- zations at M.H.S. An annual observance of this group is American Educa- tion Week. F.T.A. officers are pictured below—Judy Birchfield, Nellie Strother, Glenda Haynie, Brenda Mobley, and Renee Van Pam Guy, Jamie Putman, and Susan Edfeldt double check Tuyll. bulletin board. AH HH SR mY Pictured are members of Junior Girls’ Chorus. Left to right, bottom row—C. Lucas, B. Brantley, D. Garrett, C. Hernandez, D. Bice, R. Spain, G. Jarvis, D. Bridges, S. Mathison, C. Kirkland; 2nd row—M. Winslett, J. McEntee, D. Cunningham, S. Steele, A. Eady, P. Vann, D. Pendleton, L. Boyd, K. Bice, B. Keith, T. Chambers, A. Nathews, R. Pickett, J. Youngblood; 3rd row—N. Lovelady, J. Lien, P. Lovelady, J. Gray, C. Bigger, W. Czeskleba, B. Shaw, C. Youtz, L. Mayo, B. Hamric, V. Lawley, S. Lagrone, J. Benton, J. Watson, P. Majors, D. Norton. Junior Girls’ Chorus Under the direction of Mrs. Frances Anthony, the Junior Girls Chorus is composed of students from the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. These girls annually prepare both a Christmas and Spring program. Girl’s Chorus officers are Carol Youtz, Beth Shaw, and Vikki Lawley. PAGE 69 G.A.A.: Girls’ Athletic Association Shown above are members of G.A.A. Left to right, bottom row—D. Nabors, P. Bearden, B. Brown, P. Fochtmann, B. Barclay, N. Barclay, D. Finley, M. Green, L. Anderson, B. Mobley, J. Birchfield, J. Holsomback, D. Boyd, D. Bearden, S. Crowe, J. Draper; 2nd row—D. Lawley, K. Keith, T. Baker, D. Brazier, C. McClure, P. Wyatt, H. Lucas; 3rd row—l. Majors C. Edwards, N. Boothe; 4th row—S. Oates, J. Morgan, L. Barrow, G. Haynie, M. Lucas, J. Lucas. S. Edwards B. Edwards, C. Horton, P. Darden, B. Moreland N. Morris; 5th row—D. Larkins, J. Johnson, D. Rochester, J. Horton, W. Molgedei, S. Wolfe, R. Harper, R. David. Officers Susan Crowe, Debbie Bearden and Judy Draper. The group is spon- sored by Mrs, Betty Yancey. Per gh oN P : ey Fees ay ae PAGE 70 “M” Club: Boys’ Letter Organization A letter in any of the sports at Montevallo High School makes a stu- dent eligible for membership in this activity. The group was sponsored during 1967-68 by Mr. Bill Norton. Pictured are members of “M” Club. Left to right, bottom row—T. Nix, Mr. Norton (Sponsor), S. Spears, E. Simpson; 2nd row—D. McGaughy, G. Martin, J. Lovelady, D. Bennett, B. Scott, L. Lightfoot; 3rd row—T. Pickett, R. Bearden, R. Bice, B. Frye, J. Brown, B. Nathews; 4th row—J. Surface, E. Lovelady, D. Wyatt, M. Sims, C Stano, R. Goggins; 5th row—W. Pickett, M. Spears, A. Thompson, S. Arledge, D. Payne; 6th row—B. Reynolds, W. Nichols, B. White, J. Thomas, J. Jackson. PAGE 71 Junior High Science Club Climaxes Year of Work With Exhibit And Field Trip Members Debbie Pendleton, Ricky Boothe, David Fancher, Wil Collins, Vice-President Randy Merijanian, Eddie Wins- and Kenny Hatcher look over barometer held by Julie lett, President Vince Cardone, and Tim Pack learn to McEntee. identify local shrubbery. Meeting once a month, the Jr. Science Club is an organization for in- terested students from the seventh and eighth grades. Sponsor is Mrs. Emily Pendleton. This year, the last meeting was an all day guided tour of the Birmingham Zoo. Phoebe Bowden shows off Bonsia Tree used in exhibit to Pete Tinsley “hams it up” for cameraman as Mike Barkley, Ann Nathews, Stephanie Mathison, and Janice Seaman. Phil Lawler, Dennis Sims, Anthony Wolfe, and Paul Roberts continue with identification. PAGE 72 Library Club Divides Into Two Sections For 1967-68 School Year LIBRARY CLUB: MRS. MILFORD’S BOOK JACKETS Pictured are: Ist row—S. Wolfe, B. Kaufman, D. Lucas, L. Green, J. Shipley, D. Boyd, B. Moreland, S. Sproul, S. Morgan; 2nd row—C. Horton, C. Brown R. Bell, S. Scott, S. Lucas, J. Plant, P. Brazier, C. Larkins, P. Darden, L. Barrow, B. Edwards; 3rd row—S. Holsomback, S. Lovejoy, R. David, J. Meyers, J. Horton, S. Edfeldt, B. Smitherman, Pam Guy, F. Smith, P. Russell, L. Edwards. Officers are Susan Edfeldt, Frances Smith, Susan Scott and Debbie Boyd. LIBRARY CLUB: MRS. PARKER Pictured are: Ist row—D. Nabors, B. Nelson, J. Hamm, S. Kemp, D. Larkins; 2nd row—S. Page, B. Hatcher, D. Hall, D, Wyatt, T. Pickett, G. Muehlbaver, R. Greene; 3rd row—L. Moore, B. Barrett, D. McGaughy, A. Simpson, R. West, Mike Guthrie, R. Bonille. Officers are Robert West, Shelia Jackson, Terry Pickett, Randy Green, and Jo Ann Hamm. PAGE 73 Posing for parts in the Business Club’s “Don’t-Do” Fashion Show are (top) An- drea Smith, Carolyn Frost, and Brenda Mobley. (Lower) Carol Lagrone, Carol Alexander, Debbie Pack, and Glenda Haynie. yy may Tue = 1 ) : guacet ; q ¥ ro ad ' | of ’ Comparing notes are Marrie Lucas, Stacia Oates, Sherry Anderson and Loy Miller. PAGE 74 Miss Susie DeMent discusses magazine article as possible program with president Diane Spain and _ secretary Janell Reid. BUSINESS CLUB . . . OPEN TO ANY SENIOR ENROLLED IN A BUSINESS SUBJECT OFFICERS President Diane Spain Vice President Brenda Mobley Secretary-Treasurer Janell Reid Social Chairman Sherry Anderson Sponsor Miss Susie DeMent gee ett Typing champion Waltraud Molgedei demonstrates winning technique for Beulah Lawley, Susan Crowe, Phyllis Holsomback, and Anita Mahaffey. Bt = " Math Clubs Meet Needs of Both Junior and Senior High Math Buffs Genior High Math Club members meet with the guidance of Miss Kathryn Farrington. Shown above are Bob Scott, John McCulley, Leon Thompson, Jim Youtz, Miss Farrington, Eddie Lovelady, Mr. Roberts (student teacher), and Jimmy Brown. Pictured below are members of Jr. High Math Club. Ist row—C. Hernandez, Tinsley, K. Hatcher, K. Lightfoot, T. Chambers; 2nd row—C. Hyde, H. Potts, . Pickett, G. Genry, A. Brown; 3rd row—D. Bice, R. Merijanian, K. Dailey, Ingram, P. Roberts; 4th row—B. Shaw, V. Cardone, R. Pickett, L. Anthony, Winslett. PAGE 75 et ii te Po SPOTLIGHT 1967-1968 (above) Production is under way with (LR) Thomas Cannon, Sarah Weaver, Debbie Russell, and Judy Birchfield on the Spotlight assembly line. With the passing of another year, SPOTLIGHT has again soared to new heights. Not only has she maintained her All-American rat- ing from National Scholastic Press Association for the fourteenth straight semester, but she has also been awarded first place in her class by the Alabama High School Press Association. But the topping came when SPOTLIGHT was entered—for the first time—for judging with Co- lumbia Scholastic Press Associa- , (left) Polishi SPOT- tion. SPOTLIGHT received the Med- : LIGHT bauble is be- alist rating—the top award given coming a larger | task ° ; each year, but advisor in each category to the top entry Coches Re in that competition. SPOTLIGHT ; and staffer Cathy Nix was the only paper in Alabama Li ped do not mind a bit. to claim Medalist. Editor Judy Kay Holsomback (sitting) goes through past volumes of SPOTLIGHT as staf- fers (L-R) J. Birchfield, T. Cannon, B. Mobley, T. Nix, C. Nix, and M. Spears look on. (right) On his news beat, Randy James is interviewing retiring senior consultant Miss Vinnie Lee Walker. PAGE 76 (right) John McCulley adds his artistic touch to SPOTLIGHT on the mimeo- scope as advisor Miss Su- sie DeMent lends moral support. (left) Eddie Lovelady and Debbie Ward thumb through exchange papers received from all over the United States. PAGE 77 (above) Dee Dee Garrett and Brenda Mobley check their news stories once more before meeting deadlines STAFF Editor Judy Kay Holsomback News Editor Judy Horton Editorials Thomas Cannon Features Brenda Mobley Cathy Nix Sports Thomas Nix Mitchell Spears Reporters Dee Dee Garrett Shelia Jackson Randy James Eddie Lovelady Bruce Reynolds Gary Richardson Debbie Russell Debbie Ward Sarah Weaver Artist John McCulley Sponsors Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt Miss Susie DeMent SPOTLIGHT’ers are hard at work in Journalism class as they write and re- write, making their way towards the bi-weekly deadline. FESS. oc Junior Dramatics Club Organized at M.H.S. A new junior high organization is the Junior Dramatics Club. Organiz- ed by Mrs. Carolyn Tolbert, the club worked on a play and heard a talk by speech and drama student Jonne Thornton—an M.H.S grad. Pictured above are members of the Dramatic Club. Left to right, bottom row—L. Anderson, C. Hernandez, A Eady J Franklin, J Day; 2nd row D. Bridges, B. Hamric, K. Hogge, J. Youngblood, B. Keith, D. Bice, P Hughes, E. Vasser, P. Benton, C. Bigger, R. Corbett, C. Kirkland, D. Garrett, K. Fullman, D. Pendleton, P. Vann, Ll. Boyd K. Bice; 3rd row—W. Czeskleba, B. Shaw, C. Youtz, J. Watson, T. Chambers, C. Tinsley, L. Mayo, R. Pickett K. Lightfoot; 4th row—B. Knowles, S. Pickett, J. Benton, N. Lovelady, D. Norton, D. Adkins, S. Lagrone, V Lawley Officers shown are Elaine Vasser, Suzanna Pickett, Becky Knowles, and Vikki Lawley. PAGE 78 Cheerleaders Have Busy Year School always begins early for Montevallo’s cheerleaders as they practice during “vacation” time perfecting routines and techniques that annually win ribbons during summer clinics. As school opens, this group is prepared to attend all football and basketball games and when spring rolls around, is ready to sponsor a “clinic” of their own for Montevallo stu- dents interested in gaining a spot on the team. Group sponsor is Mrs. Betty Yancey. During 67-68 she was assisted by Mrs. Martha McClure—mother of head cheerleader Cheryl McClure. Cheerleaders Bearden, Nordan, Barclay, Crowe, Lucas, and McClure pose for “fancy” picture. PAGE 79 Cheryl McClure Head Cheerleader Judy Nordon Debbie Bearden Betty Jane Barclay Susan Crowe Hattie Lucas PAGE 80 Cheerleaders show wus one of their stunts. Junior Cheerleaders: Nine Strong Selected after the Spring Clinic are Junior Cheerleaders. This squad of nine is composed of Kathy Bice, Nancy Barclay, Marilyn Winslett, Judy Lien, Jane Watson, Cherie Horton, Vikki Lawley, Shirlene Morgan, and Patricia Wyatt. The Montevallo High School Marching Band—Sixty members plus seven majorettes Montevallo High School Marching Band DRUM MAJORETTE Sharon Winslett HEAD MAJORETTE Mary Ellen Lewis MAJORETTES Beth Anthony Carolyn Frost Dian Lawler Loy Miller Debbie Pack HORN SECTION Sharon Bridges Laurie Gene Orr Nora Hubbard Jeffrey Gray Sally Sears TROMBONES Phil McEntee Troy Crisswell Vince Cardone Leslie Otts TRUMPETS Thomas Cannon Jimmy Culp Jan Birdsong Karen Varden Jeanetta Corbett Debbie Cunningham Cathy Sims Dee Dee Garrett Randy Merijanian Tommy Taylor William Grady Nan Lovelady Burney Sproul FLUTES: Lolly Seaman Courtney Parker Susan Scott Patricia Wyatt DRUMS Bobby Jo Parker Jennie Lucas Nancy Barclay Bobby Ingram Sandra Cannon Judy Lien Julie McEntee Laura Roberts Marilyn Winslett ALTO SAXOPHONE Nellie Strother Sammv Strickland Carol Brown Donna Smitherman TENOR SAXOPHONE Ann Goad Kay Green David Seaman Ruby Bell CLARINETS Debbie Ward Judy Smitherman Ellen Scott Adelle Simpson Mary Lou Reeder Becky Smitherman Martha Sue Barkley Melissa Knowles Patti Lovelady Pam Brown Peggy Edwards Delores Adkins Jan Plant Steve Taylor TUBA aJimmy Surface Following the marching season the band grows to seventy-six members as the following students join its ranks: Johnny Stewart, Betty Jane Barclay, Billy Barrett, Robert West, M. J. Otts, Thomas Nix, Mike Nix, Waymon Bowden, Mike Guthrie, Joe Lovelady and David McGaughy. PAGE 82 Band officers Otts, Scott, Cannon, M. Winslett, Reeder, Frost, Parker, Lewis, and S. Winslett go over music with presicent—Betty Jane Barclay. The band is under the direction of Mrs. Doris Lien Montevalla’s Junior Band members are shown below. Members are Jane Watson, Stephanie Mathison, Denice Bice, Janice Seaman, Cathy Hogge, Peggy Hughes, Jackie Franklin, Delores Allen, Paul Roberts, Phillip Lawler, Debbie Garrett, Regina Corbett, Carol Kirkland, Alice Eady, Beth Shaw, Terri Chamgers, Ann Nathews, Cathy Bigger, Wil Collins, David Fancher, Eddie Winslett, Tim Pack, Kirk Lightfoot, Pete Tinsley and Allen Brown. PAGE 83 MARCHING BAND PUTS ON HALF-TIME SHOW .. . Spring Training game finds band ready to perform. All Shows Feature Montevallo’s Majorettes Sharon Winslett Mary Ellen Lewis Beth Anthony Carolyn Frost Dian Lawler Loy Miller Debbie Pack PAGE 84 Chorus Grows Pictured above are members of the chorus. Left to right C. Alexander, D. Finley, C. Frost, R. Mims, D. Ward, J. Nordan H N. Boothe, B. Lawley, Johnson; 4th row: J. Youtz, R. Van Tuyll, G. Haynie, Scott, C. Nix, P. Holsomback, P. Genry, B. Boothe, N. Goggins, M. Stewart, 3rd row: S. Wolfe, B. Parker, T. Harrell, G. Lucas, D. Bearden, S. R. Fochtmann, W. Bowden, Under Direction of Mrs. Lien bottom row are: S. Bridges, A. Smith P. McEntee. Pictured are soloists of chorus. Left to right are R. Van Tuyll, S. Oates, W. Bowden, D. Ward, G. Lucas. Pictured below are officers of Chorus. Left to right, bottom row—G. Lucas, A. Smith, J. Smitherman. 2nd row—W. Bowden, H. Lucas. S. Oates, row €E. Smitherman; M. Sims, AWARDS DAY-- FITTING FINISH FOR YEAR OF WORK Dement, poses with principal Guy Richard Crowe Permanent Chairman of Awards Day, Miss Susie Milford and visiting program participants, Mr. Darold Dunlavy and Dr prior to presentation of awards DAR Good Citizenship Girl Judy Draper shows “how to” pointers for cameraman TAICIIW? inna wT wea — " Ke ow e) fe ‘ L In its eleventh year at M.H.S., Awards Day traditionally honors achievement of high school students. Sandra Cannon receives Band Tour award for Central American Tour Susan Crowe—Montevallo’s entry in the “Search For Excellence.” Beth Anthony, a Youth Power Congress Representative and Shelby County Beef Cook-off winner stirs up some “secret” ingredients. PAGE 86 Winner of many Awards Day trophies, Thomas Nix, polishes up his Hi-Y silver bow! while Tri-Hi-Y winner, Sherry Anderson gives approval. Thomas Cannon—winner of State DAR scholarship. Montevallo’s champion typists—Cheryl McClure and Waltraud Molgedei. Judy Smitherman—representative to State—'67. Betty Crocker Homemaker win- ner, Carol Lagrone, arranges floral bouquet. PAGE 87 Important Part of Senior's Life: Selection Each Spring, seniors gather together to select their elite. This year, choices were made in fourteen categories. Best Dresed, Steve Spears and Debbie Pack do some final Most Courteous seniors at M.H.S. are Sherry Anderson and “mirror checking.” Dennis Larkins Most Athletic, Debbie Bearden and Wayne Nichols watch as Friendliest seniors, Elree Price and Sandra Hodges chat Most School Spirit Winners, Susan Crowe and Donnie with Best Looking senior, Carol Alexander Payne root for M.H.S. PAGE 88 of Whos Who In picture at uper right, Most Intellectual seniors, Ellen Scott and Thomas Cannon study away while Judy Smitherman and Thomas Nix, Most Likely to Succeed, receive awards. In middle right picture, Best All-Around Betty Jane Barclay and Steve Arledge show off trophies while Most Valuable to School Judy Kay Holsomback and Walt Czeskleba look on. In the lower right picture Best Dancers Diane Brazier and Jimmy McGaughy display _ their talents while Jimmy Jackson and Beulah Lawley, Laziest Seniors, rest. At lower left Best Personalities Carol Lagrone and B. C. Crocker try “Phone Booth Crowding” with Glenda Haynie and Donn Phillips—Montevallo’s seniors with the Best Sense of Humor. PAGE 89 M.H.S. Welcomes Her Alumni: Students Help Using the theme POP ‘67 (Pounce On Panthers) Montevallo students and alumni gathered together for two days of festivities in early October. The class of ‘42 used the occasion for a “special reunion.” Thursday night's big bonfire gets a helping hand to open festivities. Cheerleaders get everbody in the “spirit of things. Poor Panther looks on. Panthers burn—a fiery ending for a night of fun. PAGE 90 Celebrate Homecoming : ' dee Seniors decorate a tractor to carry out POP theme. Queen, Donna R. Spears, reigns over festivities. Queen Donna and her escort, Steve Spears—along with her court—Claire Tinsley, escorted by Kerry Stephens; Sandra Cannon, escorted by Jimmy Surface; Susan Crowe, escorted by Wayne Nichols; and Beth Anthony, escorted by Mark Bonille; pose for photographs. PAGE 91 fomeg . WS Z - Pd ™ Student |Council President Thomas Nix presents Queen ‘66 Queen Lucile Lovelady returns for the crowning Donna the traditional roses. ceremony. Traditional Court Pose PAGE 92 The Queen of Hearts: MISS VALENTINE—68 Each year, the selection of Monte- vallo’s Miss Valentine has become tra- dition. At a dance sponsored by the band, a group of out of town judges select the girl they think most fits the description of having both beauty and poise. This year, an outstanding senior girl, Miss Cheryl McClure, was selected. Miss Valentine of ‘67—Adelle Simpson—places crown on 68's reignirg beauty—Cheryl McClure. Attendants Mary Ellen Lewis, Betty Jane Barclay, Dian Lawler and Tisia Baker pose with Cheryl. PAGE 93 THE HEART “Coach Fisher’ Winning trophies—a_ habit Coffee “‘pracally” every day! OF A SCHOOL: THE HUMAN ELEMENT is produced by people in activities and one of the people who gave so much of his time, energy, and heart to M.H.S. was Coach Theron Fisher. A coach of three major sports and athletic director during his last year at M.H.S., Mr. Fisher was also a classroom teacher. Alabama history and civics were his academic specialties while baseball was his chief interest among the athletic skills. Excelling on the diamond, where eighteen winning seasons were recorded, Coach Fisher was noted not only for his winning teams but also for his sportsmanship. Because of his devotion to M.H.S., we, the Montala staff, dedicate this book in memory of “Coach Fisher.” PAGE 95 At home, on the field and in the classroom. COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of DELUXE CLEANERS C. H. CHISM N. W. GROCERY 665-5081 CHARLES WATSON MAIN STREET 665-7272 Compliments of LAWLER MANUFACTURING CO. GARING TYPEWRITER CO. LAYING CAGES Talladega MONTEVALLO Phone 665-7292 362-2538 COMPLIMENTS OF Zanes Mens Shop PAGE 97 N OWE ALABAMA’ S Finest! UE | y earners Ba ab, ers Joes QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Yes, there is ao difference in dairy pro- ducts and that difference is ‘‘quality.” Alabama's leading dairy products are produced and processed under the most MILK rigid standards. Your first taste tells you why Barber's is Alabamoa’s favorite ICE CRE A M Pansunance fi] SCOTT ; LONG Compliments of ealty Your Insurance and Real Estate Broker PAKE-DYESS, INC. P. O. Box 1789 Phone 665-7571 Montgomery, Alabama COMPLIMENTS OF Western Auto Associate WHALEY Furniture Company, Inc. Store E. G. Mahaffey, Owner Montevallo Ph. 665-7243 Calera Ph. 668-2111 Montevallo, Ala. PAGE 98 THE LINEN CLOSET FOR ALL YOUR LINEN NEEDS Martex Towels Pepperell and Springmaid Sheets Middle Street Mrs. Rebecca Vaughan Compliments of DEWITT CHEMICAL COMPANY Atlanta, Georgia Compliments of HILL’S CONCRETE AND SUPPLY ALBERT SCOTT 665-2645 Rt. 2, Box 103 Montevallo, Alabama Authorized Dealer For: ® CONN ® BACH ®SELMAR ®Le BLANC ® OLDS ® HOLTON ARTLEY « BUNDY LUDWIG «© ZILDJIAN OTHERS Gibson s Ampeg EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE GUITARS AMPS. DRUMS ° A LABAMA 7 ie ss —WE BUY USED INSTRUMENTS— 7 400 N. 20th — GEO. PREWETT - Owner ALMONT SUPER SAVER Route One, Montevallo Phone 665-2629 SMITHERMAN’S PHARMACY Larry Donna Smitherman Registered Pharmacists Phones: Day 665-2574 or Night 665-5791 FREE DELIVERY Montevallo, Ala. Caught in the act. . “ i. Someone’s reading a good book. Getting Wicked Anyone? Now you don’t really mean that do you? | always brush after every meal. om Up! Up! And Away! Look, mom, no cavities PAGE 100 Show off Montevallo’s UFO’s Now about the birds and the bees. + ‘S I = a“ MONTEVALLO REXALL DRUG MONTEVALLO FLOWER SHOP YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS JACK SIMS Corner of Middle St. and East Boundary St. Phone 665-4581 Phone 665-7472 Montevallo, Alabama Stone Jewelry Company Silver, China, Crystal, Watches and Rings 665-7296 or 665-2028 , Merchants Planters Bank FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION PAGE 101 COMPLIMENTS OF Rochester’s Department Store SHELBY COUNTY’S LARGEST Montevallo, Alabama PRESSURE CREOSOTED FOREST PRODUCTS Seaman Timber Company, Inc. RE. 2 P. O. Box 372 Parrish, Alabama Montevallo, Alabama Mine and Industrial Lumber — Fence Posts — Timbers — Building Poles Pallets JIM SEAMAN Telephone: Business 665-7279 President Residence 665-7358 Ei anee DRUG COMPANY 125 MAIN STREET ON THE CORNER TELEPHONE 665-4371 PAGE 102 Make your home complete MONTEVALLO LUMBER COMPANY Everything for building Montevallo, Alabama Compliments of MARIE’S GIFT SHOP Fashions by: Teena Paige White Stag MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA COMPLIMENTS OF ALLEN’S SHELL SERVICE STATION MONTEVALLO COMPLIMENTS OF TIDMORE’S GULF STATION NO. 2 665-1156 WE GIVE S H GREEN STAMPS Compliments of FALCON BOOK STORE SCHOOL AND ART SUPPLIES Phone 665-2311 Everybody tries to get into the act an electrician in the reveals cooking secret—the What price Take me to your leade e your leader But Marilyn You promised me this dance move 104 Compliments of HOFFMAN-ROCKCO FUNERAL HOME Phone 665-2135 MOSS APPLIANCE CENTER om ie MERCHANTS AUTO Westinghouse SUPPLY RCA Whirlpool COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS REPAIRS TO ALL APPLIANCES Help Montevallo Grow Phone 665-7501 Phone 665-2941 Guarantee! 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DEALER SHERMAN HOLLAND FORD Phone 665-5611 Montevallo, Alabama PAGE 108 BUDDY’S RECREATION CENTER Pocket Billiards Dominoes Checkers Television CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Compliments of STATE FARM INSURANCE BILL WESTON Phone 665-7190 Westinghouse ARE CLEANED A MONTEVALLO CLEANERS FRIEND Phone 665-7214 Times Printing Company BOOSTERS Ann‘s Beauty Shop Klotzman’s Store Bean's Barber Shop McCulley’s Big Saver Bowden's Radio and Television Service Montevallo Cab Company Central Alabama Florist Nina’s Restaurant Dinky Dine Spain’s Service Station Elliott’s Ben Franklin Store Walker’s Upholstery Company PAGE 109 Goldilocks and the three bears Direct from Mrs. Leland and the H.S. to you! Who, Little old me?? Montevallo’s Snow Queen Ain‘’t love grand? What did you say it oughta be? Aw shucks—You're putting me on! It’s a ringer! Senior Directory CAROL ALEXANDER—Band 1,2,3, All-County Band 2, Festival Band 1,3; Business Club 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Junior Degree 1; FTA; Library Club 2; Senior Who’s Who Be st Looking; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. SHERRY ANDERSON—Business Club 4; Class Treasurer 3; DAR Good Citizenship Girl Nominee 4; FHA 1,2, Junior Degree 1; FTA 1,3,4; Junior High Homecoming Attendant seventh grade; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Perfect Attendance eighth grade; Senior Who’s Who Most Courteous; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. STEVE ARLEDGE—Band 1; Baseball 2,4; Class Vice- President 3,4; County Government Day 3; Football 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4, Publicity Man 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Junior Acad- emy of Science 3,4, Vice-President 4; “M’ Club 3,4; Senior Who’s Who Best All-Round; Student Council 3,4, Treasurer 4; Track 3. BETTY JANE BARCLAY—Band 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, All-County Band 3, Symphonic Wind En- semble 3; Biology Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Cheer- leader 4; Class Secretary 3; FHA 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, President 4, Junior Degree 1, Chapter Degree 2, State Degree 3; FTA 3,4; GAA 4; Girls State Nominee 3; Hon- or Roll 1,2,3,4; Miss Valentine Court 2,4; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; PE Badge 3; Perfect At- tendance 1,2; Senior Who's Who Best All-Round; Stu- dent Council 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Top Magazine Salesman 3; School-County Beef Cookoff 3; Most Outstanding Mu- sician, Senior Bandman Award 4, Auburn Music Schol- arship 3. DEBBIE BEARDEN—Cheerleader 4; County Government Day 3; DAR Good Citizenship Girl Nominee 4; FHA 1,3,4, Secretary 4; GAA 4, President 4; Girls’ State Alternate 3; Library Club 1,2, Secretary 2; PT Badge 3; Perfect Attendance 2; Senior Who's Who Most Ath- letic; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Physical Education Trophy 3. LARRY BEARDEN JUDY HORTON BIRCHFIELD—Biology Club 3; FHA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Historian 4; GAA 4; Honor Roll 4; Library Club 2; Spotlight Staff 3,4, News Editor 4. ALVIN BOOTHE—FFA 1,2,3,4. BETTY BOOTHE DIANE BRAZIER—FHA 1,2,3; FTA 2,3; GAA 4; Library Club 1,2; Senior Who’s Who Best Dancer; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. THOMAS CANNON—Band 2,3,4, Librarian 3, All-County Band 2,3, Alabama College Band 3, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; Boys’ State 3, Citizenship Award 3; Citi- zenship Essay second place 3; Class President 3; Hi-Y 4, Secretary 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Interact 4, Secretary 4; Junior Academy of Science 2,3,4, President 4; Math Club 2; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Perfect Attendance 3; School Winner Times Current Affairs Test 4; Scholastic Letter 3; Senior Who’s Who Most Intellectual; Spotlight Staff 4, Editorial Editor 4; State Winner DAR History Scholarship; Student Coun- cil 2,3,4, Vice President 3, Chaplain 4; Track 2; World Boy Scout Jamboree 3. B. C. CROCKER—Boys’ State 3; County Government Day 3; FFA 4; Football 3; Hi-Y 4; “M” Club 3,4; Senior Who’s Who Best Personalitty; Transfer 3. SUSAN CROWE—Business Club 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; County Government Day 3; FTA 3,4; GAA 4, Secretary 4; Girls’ State Nominee 3; Homecoming Court 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; PE Badge 3; Senior Who’s Who Most School Spirit; Student Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; “Search for Excellence’ Award 4. WALT CZESKLEBA—Biology Club 3; FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who Most Valuable to the School. JUDY DRAPER—Citizenship Essay first place 3; Class President 4; County Government 3; DAR Good Citi- zenship Girl; GAA 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 3; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Treas- urer 4; PT Badge 3,4; Scholastic letter 1,2,3,4; Stu- dent Council 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. HENRY BOWARDS—FFA 1,2,3,4. RICKY FOCHTMANN CAROLYN FROST—Band 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4, Fes- tival Band 3; Bielogy Club 3; Business Club 4; Class Vice President 1; PHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4; Homecom- ing Court 3; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Miss Valentine Court 3; TreHi-Y 1,2,3,4. PAULA GENRY—Business Club 4; Class President 2; FHA 1,2; Honor Roll 1; Library Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 4. ANNE GOAD—Band 1,2,3,4, Festival Band 2,3, Sym- phonic Wind Ensemble 3; FTA 2,3,4; Honor Rol 1,2,4; Library Clue 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. NANCY GOGGINS—FHA 1,2; Library Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4. MARY HARRIS GLENDA HAYNIE—Business Chub 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, His- torian 4; FTA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; GAA 4; Library Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 2; Senior Who's Who Best Sense of Humor; Student Council 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, President 2,3,4. SANDRA EDDINGS HODGES JUDY KAY HOLSOMBACK—Citizenship Essay Third Place 3; FHA 1; GAA 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3; Montala Staff 4; Netional Honor Society 3,4; PE Badge 4; Perfect Attendance 1; Scholastic letter 2; Senior Who's Who Most Valuable to the School; Spot- light Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Student Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. PHYLLIS HOLSOMBACK JIMMY JACKSON—Football 3,4; Junior Academy of Sci- ence 4; M Club 3,4; Senior Who’s Who Laziest; Track; Transfer 3. MATTHEW JONES CAROL LAGRONE—Betty Crocker Homemaker Award; Business Club 4, Reporter 4; FHA 1,2,4, Historian 2, Junior Degree 1, Chapter Degree 2; FTA 1,3,4; Honor Roll 1,4; Perfect Attendance 1; Senior Who’s Who Best Personality; Spotlight Staff 2,3, Feature Editor 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. DENNIS LARKINS—Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Senior Who’s Who Most Courteous; Transfer 4. BEULAH LAWLEY—Business Club 4; Library Club 2,3; Perfect Attendance 3; Senior Who’s Who Laziest; Tri- Hi-Y 4. GAIL LUCAS—FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Library Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. MARRIE LUCAS—Business Club 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; GAA 4; Library Club 2,3; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. PAGE 111 SUE LUTZ—FHA 1,2; Library Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4, CHERYL McCLURE—Band 1, All-County Band 1; Cheer- leader 2,4, Head Cheerleader 4, Junior Head Cheer- leader 1; Citizenship Essay Third Place 1; FHA 2,4, First Vice President 4; FTA 1,2,4; GAA 4; Honor Roll 1,2,4; Miss Valentine 4; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 2,4; Perfect Attendance 4; Scholastic Letter 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2; First Place Beginner Typing Contest 4; ‘‘Out- standing Teenager” Award; “Search for Excellence’ Al- ternate. PHIL McENTEE—Band 1,2,3,4, All-County Band 2, Fes- tival Band 1,3, Alabama College Band 3,4, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; Hi-Y 4; Junior Academy of Science 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3. JIMMY McGAUGHY—FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Per- fect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who Best Dancer. ANITA MAHAFFEY—Business Club 4; Class Vice Presi- dent 1; FTA 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Transfer 2 LOY MILLER—Band 1,2,3,4, Festival 2,3; Business Club 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Junior Degree 2; FTA 4; Honor Roll 4; Majorette 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 3 BRENDA MOBLEY—Band 1,2,3, All-County Band 2,3, Festival Band 1, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; Business Club 4, Vice President 4; FTA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Delegate to State FTA Convention 4; GAA 4; Library Club 2,3; Spotlight Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 4, Delegate to Alabama High School Press Association 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4 WALTRAUD MOLGEDE!—Business Club 4; Class Secretary 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; GAA 4; Honor Roll 4; Library Club 2,3; PE Badge 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y¥ 2,3,4; First Place Typing Contest 3,4. WAYNE NICHOLS—Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Bi- ology Club 3; County Government Day 3; FFA 1,2,3,4; ‘M” Club 2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who Most Athletic. THOMAS NIX—Band 1,2,3,4, All-County Band 1,3, Fes- tival Band 2; Basketball 3; Boys’ State 3; County Gov- ernment Day 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Football letter 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4, President 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science 2,3,4; Math Club 1,2,3; “M” Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Montala Editor 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,4; Scholastic Letter 1,2,4; Senior Who’s Who Most Likely To Succeed; Spot- light Staff 3,4, Co-Sports Editor 4; Student Council 2,4, President 4; Track 2,3,4, Letter 2,4; “Outstanding Teen ager” Award STACIA OATES—Business Club 3,4; FHA 1,2,4; FTA 3,4; GAA 4; Library Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. DEBBIE PACK—Band 1,2,3,4, Festival Band 1,2,3; Busi- ness Club 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; Library Club 2; Ma- jorette 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Who's Who Best Dressed; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. DONNIE PAYNE DONN PHILLIPS—FFA 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Perfect At- tendance 3; Senior Who's Who Best Sense of Humor. ELREE PRICE—Football 1,3; Hi-Y 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Senior Who’s Who Friendliest; Track 3. JANELL REID—Business Club 4; FHA 1; Library Club 2,3; Perfect Attendance 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Typing Contest first place first year regional 3. ELLEN SCOTT—Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4, All-County Band 3, Festival Band 1,2, Alabama College Band 4, Sym- phonic Wind Ensemble 3; FTA 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Scholastic letter 1,2,3; Senior Who’s Who Most Intellectual; Tri-Hi-Y 2. ED SIMPSON ANDREA SMITH—Business Club 1; FHA 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 1; FTA 1; Library Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Transfer 2. JUDY SMITHERMAN—Band 1,2,3,4, All-County Band 1,2,3, Alabama College Band 3, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; County Government Day 3; FHA 3,4, Vice President 4; FTA 1,2,3; Girls’ State 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3, President 2; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 4; Scholastic Letter 1,2,3,4; Senior Who's Who Most Likely to Succeed; Student Council 1,3,4, Secretary 3, Parliamentarian; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. DIANE SPAIN—Business Club 4, President 4; FHA 1,2; Library Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 4. DONNA REYNOLDS SPEARS STEVE SPEARS NELLIE GRAY STROTHER—Band 1,2,3,4, All-County Band 2,3, Alabama College Band 4; FHA 3,4; FTA 1,3,4, Sec retary 4; Girls’ State Nominee 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Club 3; Montala Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Third Top Maga- zine Salesman 3; Delegate to State FTA Convention 4. ELIZABETH TAYLOR—Beta Club 2; Class Treasurer 1; County Government Day 3; FHA 3,4, Recreation Leader 4; FTA 3,4; Honor Roll 1,3,4; Miss Valentine Court 3; Science Club 1,2; Representative to Alabama Cotton Convention 3; Science Fair Best Medical Award 2; Tri- Hi-Y 3,4; Transfer 3. FRANKLIN VALENTINE—FFA 1; Transfer 4. RENEE VAN TUYLL—Cheerleader 1; FTA 3,4, Parliamen- tarian 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science 3,4; Montala Staff; National Honor Society 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Girls’ Track Team 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Volley- ball Team 2; Swimming Team 2; Allied Youth 1,2, Treasurer 1; Transfer 3. LEWIS VERNON—FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1. Adkins, Delores, 41, 78, 82 Alexander, Carol, 21, 64, 65, 68, 74, 85, 88 Alexander, Phillip, 38, 67 Alexander, Ronald, 34, 66 Allen, Afred, 35, 67, 85 Allen, Delores, 44, 83 Allen, Ronnie, 41 Allen, Shannon, 35, 50 Anderson, Curtis, 41 Anderson, Linda, 35, 64, 68, 70 Anderson, Loyd, 44, 78 Anderson, Sherry, 21, 59, 68, 74, 87, 88 Anthony, Beth, 35, 64, 65, 68, 82, 84, 86, 91, 92 Anthony, Lee, 44, 61, 75 Argo, Donna, 41 Arledge, Steve, 21, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 63, 71, 89 Arledge, Tommy, 35, 55, 56 Ashby, Ray Bailey, Sandra, 44 Baker, John, 44 Baker, Tisia, 33, 68, 70, 93 Barclay, Betty Jane, 22, 59. 65, 68, 70, 79, 80, 81, 89, 93 Barclay, Nancy, 38, 65, 70, 81, 82. Barkley, Martha Sue, 35, 82 Barkley, Mike, 44, 72 Barnett, Diana, 38, 65 Barrett, Billy, 35, 73 Barrow, John, 35, 55 Barrow, Linda, 38, 68, 70, 73 Battle, Russell, 41 Beane, Brenda, 41 Beane, Pattie, 44 Beane, Ralph, 44 Bearden, Debbie, 22, 64, 65, 70, 79, 80, 81, 85, 88 Bearden, Donnie, 38, 67 Bearden, Jimmy, 44 Bearden, Larry, 22 Bearden, Phyllis, 33, 70 Bearden, Ray, 35, 50, 57, 67, 71 Bearden, Rita, 38, 65 Belcher, Brenda, 44 Belcher, Debbie, 38 Bell, Ruby, 38, 68, 73, 82 Bennett, David, 33, 50, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 71 Benton, Jeanne, 44, 69, 78 Benton, Patti, 41, 65, 78 Bice, Billy, 33, 66 Bice, Billy Joe, 41 Bice, Denise, 45, 68, 75, 78, 83. Bice, Donald Ray, 41 Bice, Jo Ann, 38, 64 Bice, Kathy, 41, 65, 69, 78, 81 Bice, Larry, 45 Bice, Ricky, 45 INDEX Bice, Riger, 35, 50, 57, 66, 71 Bice, Sandra, 45 Bigger, Barbara, 38, 68 Bigger, Cathy, 45, 69, 78, 83 Birchfield, Judy Horton, 64, 65, 68, 70, 76 Birdsong, Jan, 33, 60, 61, 64, 65, 82 Blackman, Danny, 45 Bonille, Ruben, 35, 57, 73 Boothe, Alvin, 22, 66, 67 Boothe, Ann, 38 Boothe, Betty, 22, 85 Boothe, Eddy, 41 Boothe, Frances, 38 Boothe, Isaac, 41 Boothe, Judy, 38 Boothe, James Ray, 42 Boothe, Janice, 42 Boothe, Linda, 35, 64, 68 Boothe, Nancy, 33, 70, 85 Boothe, Retta, 42 Boothe, Ricky, 45, 72 Bowdon, Harriet, 35, 64, 65, 68 Bowden, Phoebe, Bowden, Waymon, 85 Boyd, Bobby Ray, 45 Boyd, Debbie, 38, 65, 70, 73 Boyd, Linda, 42, 65, 69, 78 Brand, Steve, 38, 66 Brantley, Betty, 45, 69 Brantley, Melba, 45 Brazier, Diane, 23, 70, 89 Brazier, Patsy, 38, 65, 68, 73 Bridges, Dawn, 45, 69, 78 Bridges, Sharon, 33, 64, 68, 82, 85 Brown, Allen, 45, 55, 75, 83 Brown, Brenda, 33, 70 Brown, Carol, 38, 68, 73, 82 Brown, Jimmy, 33, 50, 53, 54, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, Zi, 78 Brown, Pam, 38, 65, 68, 82 Cc Cannon, Sandra, 35, 61, 64, 82, 83, 86, 91, 92 Cannon, Thomas, 23, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 76, 82, 87, 89 Cardone, Vince, 42, 72, 75, 82 Carlee, Carlee, 22, 45, 72 35, 67, Bartie, 38 Calvin, 45 Carlee, James, 35, 66 Carlee, Lonnie, 45 Chambers, Terri, 45, 69, 75, 78, 83 Collins, Wil, 45, 56, 72, 83 Conwell, Stephanie, 33 Cooley, Diane, 38 Cooley, Kathy, 42 Corbett, Jeanetta, 38, 60, 61, 65, 82 Corbett, Regina, 45, 78, 83 Crisswell, Mark, 45 Crisswell, Troy, 38, 82 Crocker, B. C., 23, 67, 89 Crowe, Beth, 38, 68 Crowe, Susan, 23, 59, 68, 70, 74, 79, 80, 81, 86, 88, 91, 92 Culp, Jimmy, 33, 82 Cunningham, Debbie, 39, 65, 68, 69, 82 Cupps, Lee, 39, 67 Cupps, Vickie, 45 Czeskleba, Eddie, 39 Czeskleba, Walter, 23, 67, 69, 89 Czeskleza, Wilma, 45, 66, 78 D Dailey, Kenny, 45, 75 Darden, Patsy, 73 David, Rita, 39, 65, 68, 70, 73 Davis, Terry, 35, 53, 56 Day, Joey, 45, 78 Dennis, Cecile, 33, 64 Draper, Judy, 21, 23, 59, 70, 86 Eady, Alice, 45, 69, 78, 83 Eddings, Beth, 42 Eddings, Boyd 45 Edfeldt, Susan, 39, 68, 73 Edwards, Brenda, 39, 65, 73 Edwards, Carole, 33, 70 Edwards, Don, 67 Ecwards, Henry, 24, 66, 67 Edwards, Kathy, 45 Edwards, Linda, 39, 65, 73 Edwards, Peggy, 39, 82 Edwarc's, Sonya, 33 Ellison, Jerry, 45 Ellison, Tony, 39 Emfinger, Jimmy, 35 Emfinger, Milton, 33 F Fancher, David, 45, 72, 83 Finley, Diane, 33, 64, 65, 70, 85 Fletcher, Judy, 45 Fotchmann, Herman, 45 Fotchmann, Nathan, 39 Fotchmann, Pleasia, 33, 70 Fotchmann, Rick, 24, 66, 67, 85 Fountain, Kenneth, 33, 66 Franklin, Jackie, 45, 78, 83 Frost, Carolyn, 24, 64, 65, 68, 74, 82, 83, 84, 85 Frye, Bill, 35, 50, 71 Frye, Troy, 45 Fullman, Karen, 42, 78 G Garrett, Debbie, 45, 47, 69, 78, 83 Garrett, Dee Dee, 35, 64, 77, 82 PAGE 113 39, 65, 70, Genry, Paula, 24, 64, 85 Genry, Phillip, 42 Genry, Tim, 42 Gentry, Greg, 45, 56, 75 Gibson, Cecil, 45 Glosson, Dennis, 35 Goad, Ann, 24, 64, 68, 82 Goggins, Bonnie, 42 Goggins, Marie, 42 Goggins, Marshall, 42 Goggins, Na ncy, 24, 64, 85 Goggins, Roy, 35, 50, 71 Grady, William, 39, 63, 82 Gray, Jeffrey, 39, 65, 68, 69, 82 Green, David, 45 Green, Kay, 35, 64, 65, 82 Green, Lynn, 39, 73 Green, Marcia, 35, 64, 68, 70 Greene, Randy, 35, 73 Greene, William, 46 Guthrie, Mike, 35, 50, 62, 73 Guy, Pam, 39, 68, 73 H Hall, Bobby, 46 Hall, Deanie, 35, 64, 68, 73 Hall, Jimmy (9), 39, 67 Hall, Jimmy (8), 42 Hall, Steve, 39 Hamilton, Annette, 46 Hamilton, Roger, 42 Hamm, Jo Ann, 34, 73 Hamrick, Becky, 46, 69, 78 Harper, Phillip, 42 Harper, Rosetta, 34, 64, 65, 70 Harrell, Tithie, 35, 64, 65, 85 Harris, Mary, 25 Harris, Terry Sue, 39, 65 Harris, Tommy Lee, 35, 50 Harrison, Danny, 42 Hatcher, Betty Jo, 35, 64, 65, 68, 73 Hatcher, Kenny, 46, 72, 75 Hayes, Bruce, 39, 67 Haynie, Glenda, 25, 64, 65, 68, 70, 74, 85, 89 Haynie, Randy, 50, 67 Hendrix, Patricia, 46 Hensley, Brenda, 46 Hensley, Edna, 42 Hensley. Tommy, 39, 67 Hernandez, Conchita, 46, 47, 69, 75, 78 Hodges, Sandra Eddings, 25, 64, 65, 88 Hogge, Kathy, 46, 78, 83 Holsomback, Danny, 35, 66 Holsomback, Judy Kay, 25, 59, 70, 76, 89 Holsomback, Mary Holsomback, Phyllis, 25, 65, 74, 85 Holsomback, Sherry, 39, 65, 73 Horton, Brenda, 35, 64, 65, 68 Horton, Charlotte, 43 65, Horton, Cherie, 39, 65, 73, 81 Horton, Jane, 39, 65, 70, 73 Horton, Joyce, 35, 68 Horton, Larry Horton, Ron, 34, 66 Hubbard, Nora, 39, 82 Hughes, Peggy, 46, 69, 78, 83 Hyde, Carol, 43, 75 Hyde, Wayne, 43 Ingram, Benjy, 46, 75 Ingram, Bobby, 35, 66, 82 J Jackson, Jimmy, 25, 50, 52, 57, 71, 89 Jackson, Shelia, 35, 68 Jackson, Teresa, 33, 34, 60, 64 James, Billie James, Randy, 66, 67, 76 Jarvis, Galcon, 43, 69 Johnson, Karen, 46 Johnson, Lillyus, 46 Johnson, Sedalia, 35, 68, 70, 85 Johnson, Susan, 43 Johnston, Mary, 36, 64, 68, 82 Jones, Billy Paul, 43 Jones, Matthew, 26, 66, 67 Jones, Sandra, 39, 61, 65 K Kaufman, Becky, 39, 65, 73 Keith, Brenda, 46, 69, 78 Keith, Katherine, 34, 65, 70 Keith, Randy, 39 Kemp, Bobby, 46 Kemp, Sandra, 36, 73 Kimbrell, Chuck, 46 Kirkland, Carol, 46, 69, 78, 83 Knowles, Knowles, Knowles, 68, 82 Kromer, Charlie, 46 L Lacey, Kathy, 43 Lagrone, Carol, 26, 64, 65, 68, 74, 87, 89 Lagrone, Sherry, 43, 69, 78 Larkins, Debbie, 36, 70, 73 Larkins, Dennie, 26, 53, 54, 56, 57, 88 Larkins, Kathy, 39, 73 Latham, Alvin, 39, 67 Lawler, Dian, 36, 61, 65, 82, 84, 93 Lawler, Phillip, 46, 72, 83 Lawley, Beulah, 27, 64, 74, 85, 89 lawley, Charlotte, 43 Lawley, Donna, 34, 65, 70 Lawley, Jean, 36 Lawley, Jimmy Don, 46 Lawley, Kathy, 46 Lawley, Mike, 46 Becky, 43, 78 larry, 39 Melissa, 36, 64, 64, Lawley, Ricky, 46 Lawley, Susan Lawley, Vikki, 43, 65, 69, 78, 81 Lewis, Mary Ellen, 34, 64, 65, 68, 82, 83, 84, 93 Lien, Judy, 39, 65, 68, 69, 81, 82 Lightfoot, Frank, 39, 50, 71 Lightfoot, Kirk, 46, 75, 78, 83 Loggins, Glenn, 46 Lovejoy, Lonnie, 36, 66 Lovejoy, Susan, 39, 65, 73 Lovelady, Eddie, 34, 53, 62, 63, 71, 75, 77 Lovelady, Joe, 36, 50, 56, 62, 71 Lovelady, Nan, 43, 69, 78, 82 Lovelady, Patti, 39, 65, 68, 69, 82 Lucas, Connie, 46, 69 Lucas, Darlene, 39, 65 Lucas, Dianne, 40, 65, 73 Lucas, Gabriella, 46 Lucas, Gail, 27, 68, 85 Lucas, Gary, 43 lucas, Hattie, 34, 64, 65, 68, 70, 79, 80, 81, 85 Lucas, Jennie, 36, 64, 65, 68, 82 Lucas, John, 36 Lucas, Marrie, 27, 64, 74 Lucas, Patsy, 46 Lucas, Ray, 40, 67 Lucas, Roger, 46 Lucas, Sylvia, 40, 65, 73 Lucas, Tim 46 Lutz, Sue, 27, 64 Mc McClure, Cheryl, 27, 59, 65, 68, 70, 79, 80, 81, 87, 93 McCulley, John, 40, 57, 60, 75,397 McCulley, McEntee, 82 McEntee, Phil, 27, 62, 63, 82, 85 McGaughy, David, 36, 50, at, Za McGaughy, Jimmy, 28, 62, 66. 67, 89 McGaughy, Mark, 46 M Mahaffey, Anita, 68, 74 Mahaffey, Keith, 40, 50 Majors, Lisa, 40, 70 Majors, Patricia, 46, 69 Majors, Rick, 34, 66 Majors, Wayne, 36, 50, 57 Martin, Bill, 43 Martin, Gary, 36, 50, 56, 57, 66, 71 Martin, Judy, 46 Martin, Louise, 36 Mathison, Leslie, 36 Mathison, Stephanie, 46, 69, 72, 83 Mayo, Lieser, 46, 69, 78 Merijanian, Randy, 43, 72, 75, 82 Mary, 36, 64, 68 Julie, 43, 69, 72, 28, 59, Middlebrooks, Terry, 43, Miller, Joe, 40, 50, 67 Miller, Loy, 28, 64, 65, 74, 82, 84 Miller, Ricky, 40, 67 Mims, Robbie, 34, 85 Mobley, Brenda, 28, 64, 70, 74, 76, 77 Molgedei, Waltraud, 28, 65, 70, 74, 87 Moore, Barbara, 46 Moore, Johnny, 40, 67 Moore, Linda, 36, 64, 73 Moore, Wayne, 34, 50, 66 Moreland, Barbara, 40, 65, 70, 73 Moreland, Mike, 47 Morgan, Shirlene, 40, 65, 70, 73, 81 Morris, Bill, 40, 50, 67 Morris, Ninna, 40, 70 Morris, Randy, 47 Mvehlbaver, Gary, 36, 50, 73 Murray, Jo Ann, 40, 65 Myers, Bobby, 47 Myers, Julie, 40, 65, 73 N Nabors, Dale, 34, 70, 73 Nannini, Alan, 37, 66 Nathews, Ann, 47, 69, 72, 83 Nathews, Bill, 40, 50, 55, 57, 71 Nelson, Brenda, 34, 73 Nelson, Charles, 43 Nelson, Wayne, 44 Nichols, Wayne, 28, 53, 54, 56, 57, 71, 88, 91 Nix, Cathy, 34, 64, 65, 68, 76, 85 Nix, Cindy, 47 Nix, John, 40 Nix, Mack, 34 Nix, Mike, 40, 50, 55, 57 Nix, Thomas, 29, 50, 52, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 76, 87, 89, 92 Nordan, Judy, 34, 64, 65, 68, 79, 80, 81, 85 Norton, Donna, 44, 69, 78 Northcutt, Brenda, 47 Northcutt, Mike, 47 o Oates, Stacia, 29, 64, 65, 68, 70, 74, 85 O'Neal, Bill, 47 O'Neal, Debbie, 40, 65 Orr, Laurie Gene, 37, 65, 82 Otts, Deborah, 40 Otts, Leslie, 44, 82 Otts, M. J., 37, 50, 62, 83 Owens, Connie, 40 Owens, Debra, 40, 65 P Pack, Debbie, 29, 64, 65, 68, 74, 82, 84, 88 Pack, Tim, 47, 72, 83 Page, Shelia, 37, 64, 65, 68, 73 Parker, Bobbie Jo, 37, 64, 65, 68, 82, 83, 85 PAGE 114 Parker, Courtney, 65, 68, 82 Parker, Mike, 47 Partridge, Lynn, 37, 65, 68 Parvin, Johnny, 47 Payne, Donnie, 29, 50, 51, 52, 66, 67, 71, 88 Payne, Gerry, 44, 50 Pearson, Michael, 47 Pearson, Ronnie, 47 Pendleton, Debbie, 47, 69, 72, 78 Pendleton, Greg, 47, 55 Phillips, Donn, 29, 67, 89 Phillips, Dottie, 37, 65, 66 Phillips, Larry, 44 Pickett, Benny, 47 Pickett, Buster, 37, 66 Pickett, Larry, 37, 67 Pickett, Mike, 37, 67 Pickett, Regina, 47, 69, 75, 78 Pickett, Sandy, 47 Pickett, Suzanne, 75, 78 Pickett, Terry, 37, 50, 71, 73 Pickett, Wayne, 37, 71 Plant, Jan, 40, 65, 73, 82 Polk, Ernest, 40, 67 Polk, Joan, 37, 64 Polk, Michael, 41 Polk, Tommy, 41, 50 Potts, Howard, 44, 75 Price, Elree, 29, 63, 88 Price, Luther, 66 Price, Naomi, 44 Price, Trudy, 37 Putman, Jamey, 41, 68 Rana, Ava, 34, 64, 65 Reeder, Mary Lou, 37, 64, 68, 82, 83 Reid, Janell, 30, 64, 74 Reynolds, Bruce, 34, 50, 71 Reynolds, Keith, 44 Rhodes, Danny, 44 Rice, Larry, 37, 66 Rice, Ronnie, 44 Richardson, Gary, 34, 50, 55, 62, 63 Robasciotti, Danny, 48 Roberts, Laura, 34, 64, 65, 68, 82 Roberts, Paul, 48, 61, 72, 75, 83 Robinson, Gerald, 34 Rochester, Debbie, 41, 65, 68, 70 Russell, Debbie, 34, 76 Russell, Don, 44 Russell, Eddie, 48 Russell, Pat, 41, 73 s Sanders, E’Dana, 44 Scott, Bobby, 34, 50, 55, 56, 61, 62, 63, 64, 71, 75 Scott, Ellen, 30, 59, 63, 68, 82, 83, 85, 89 Scott, Susan, 41, 68 , 73; 82 Seaman, David, 41, 82 Seaman, Janice, 48, 72, 83 Seaman, Lolly, 37, 64, 68, 82 37, 64, 44, 61, Sally, Shaw, Beth, 78, 83 Shipley, Janice, 41, 65, 73 Simpson, Adelle, 34, 64, 65, 68, 73, 82, 93 Simpson, Ed, 30, 50, 51 52, 53, 54, 62, 63, 71 Sims, Cathy, 41, 68, 82 Sims, Dennis, 48, 72 Sims, Mike, 34, 55, 56, 71, 85 Smith, Andrea, 68, 74, 85 Smith, Bill, 48 Smith, Frances, 41, 65, 68, 73 Smith, 41, 82 48, 69, 75, Sears, 30, 64, 65 Micky, 44 Smith, Paul, 48 Smith, Terry, 48 Smitherman, Donna, 44, 82 Smitherman, Joe, 41, 66 Smitherman, Judy, 30, 59, 60, 61, 65, 82, 85, 87, 89 Smitherman, Becky, 41, 68, 73, 82 Smitherman, Wayne, 34, 67 30, 64, 74 48, 69 31, Spain, Diane Spain, Robin, Spears, Donna R 92 Spears, Eddie, 44 Spears, Mitchell, oT, 34, 71, 76 13 i o or ' vay All right now—“who done it?” Spears, Cons proul Steve Sproul, 68, 73 Stano, Charles, 71 Stano, Emma Steele, Kathy Sandra Stephens, Jan Steele phens s John Mary stewart Stewart Burney Sharon, 56, 66 Jean, 44 48, 69 48 Kerry, 44, 91 41 85 Strickland, Sammy, 41, 82 Strother 61, 65, Surface 71, 82, 91 Taylor, Billy, Taylor 65, 68 Taylor, Steve Taylor Thomas Thompson 67, 71 Thompson, 63, 75 Tommy Jimmy Ant Leon, Nellie Gray, 31, 59, 68, 82 Jimmy, 38, 53, 62, T 38, 50 Elizabeth, 31, 64, 38, 62, 82 44, 82 38, 71 hony, 38, 55, 38, 61, Thompson, Sandra, 38, 64 Mrs. niest lien—You say the things! Tinsley, Claire, 44, 75, 78, 91, 92 ey, Donnie, 41 Pete, 48, 72, 83 Vv Valentine, 67 Vann, Pam, 48 Van Tuyll, Renee, 63, 68, 85 Varden, Karen, 82, 85 Vassar, Elaine, 44, Vaughn, Lamar, 41, Vernon, Lewis, 32, Ww Walker, Yvonne, 34 Wallace, Alvin, 44 Wallace, Nelson, 48 Ward, Debbie, 34, 64, 68, 77, 82, 85 Watson, David, 44 Watson, Jane, 48, 69, 81, 83 Weaver, Sarah, 38, 64, 68, 76 West, Ric, 34, 62 West, Robert, 38, 62, 73 69, 78 31, 38, 64, champions fun- Franklin, 31, 66, Teresa Bil! West, White Winslett 75, 83 Winslett, Marilyn, 41, 65 68, 69, 81, 82, 83 Winslett, Sharon, 34, 64 65, 68, 82, 83, 84 Winslett, Stanley, 41, 50 55, 56 Anthony, 48, 72 Wolfe, Sharmaine, 41, 68 70, 73, 85 Wooley, Davis, 44 Wooley, Dayle, 41 Wooley, Nancy, 38, 64, 68 Wyatt, Danny, 38, 50, 53, 62, 71, 73 Wyatt, Patricia, 81, 82 Wo | fe 41, 65, 70, 7 Youngblood, Jean, 48, 69, 78 Youtz, Carol, Youtz, Jim, 75, 85 48, 69, 78 34, 55, 63, 1S y As at Apa TD All right there Scott—Wake up! Yeah Mel : 7 sf yyrrverrer: - vf wero vreverrry . creeeemeeeeeeTTTTiTritiri ii “ yprre f - . Y _? Montevallo High School EPILOGUE What is time? Can it be measured or really defined? Many consider time the fourth dimension of our lives. We know it is real. We find it working in us, with us, and through us. The human element—like time— moved and grew at M.H.S. this year. We could “feel” the changing times, yet not “touch” them. This is as it should be. People and time must move forward. |, as editor, would like to extend my thanks to all those people who helped in giving us a record of the dimension and time at M.H.S. this year. Many thanks to the Times Printing Company for their patience and under- standing, to Joe Miller for his photography, to Mac Clark for his cover design, and to each teacher and student who helped make MONTALA ‘68 a reality. Thomas Nix, Editor PAGE 116 ”
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