Montevallo High School - Montala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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ee eee na MON TALA 69 Presented by THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Montevallo High School Montevallo, Alabama Forming their images pine trees cast shadows on Montevallo High School. Reflections Echo Year Reflections accurately represent as they actually reproduce models. Not only are there effigies por- traying physical characteristics but also those trans- scribing deeper qualities. Through these ‘‘imi- tated” pictures a school may be captured and re- flected giving views of its surface and profound images. Trophy case produces likenesses of admiring students. Student Council campaigns are symbols of candidates. Becoming a wet mirror, a sidewalk reflects rain, girls, and umbrellas. Mr. Milford Retires High standards of MHS administration maintain library accreditation. Old Glory is treated with respect. His Influence Remains Adelle Simpson, National Merit semi-finalist MHS studies and activities reflect the accomplish- ments of Mr. Guy Milford during his 18 years as principal and teacher. Now as he retires his achievements will be remembered by all and will continuously inspire students to strive for per- fection. Knowing he created the Montevallo Chapter of National Honor Society and helped re- establish production of the yearbook, we, the MONTALA Staff, proudly dedicate this edition to Mr. Milford. Honor Ribbons presented by NHS compliment scholars. Actions of athletes form opinions of MHS. Guidance counselor advises student. Facial expressions show thoughts. Giving imitations of “‘what’s to come,” students prepare for Homecoming. Image of MHS Mirrored Just as light and sound reflect so may the faculty and staff, students, school life, athletics, and ad- vertising give an image of the school they repre- sent. Entertaining at pep rallies, band members follow director. Helping pupils discover ‘‘why” for themselves and giving encouragement to students’ efforts, the MHS faculty not only teaches but also builds character and individuality. Reflecting this gui- dance and leadership given them, honor winners, Eddie Lovelady, Debbie Garrett, Conchita Her- nandez, and Teresa Jackson confer with Teacher Frances Anthony. Faculty and Staff Mr. Guy Milford -- MHS principal and school director. Mr. W. C. Corbett -- assistant principal, coach, counselor. Tri-Hi-Y president Sharon Winslett plans special program with teachers. Instructors Aid Studies Daily students ask questions as they strive to learn while furthering their education. The answers given by instructors parallel to the preparations to teach by MHS faculty members. Perhaps math and science are the two courses which most require tea chers having a love for the subject, knowledge of the material, and an open, alert mind. However, even a well-informed person may lack wisdom in some areas of a study; here the library can offer help. Mr. Arthur Greenlea -- Science, Chemistry, Biology Mr. Douglas Morris -- Jr. Math Mrs. Betty Smith - Science, Math Mrs. Emily Pendleton -- Jr. High Science . . . . , . . ; . Mrs. Anne Milford, Mrs. Naomi Langford, -- Librarians Mrs. Kathlyn McGlown -- Bookkeeping, History Being active in school, community, and religious affairs, teachers set examples for MHS’ers. The leadership and cooperative qualities they practice at these activities are also present in the classroom. These characteristics in addition to their teaching abilities capture student’s admiration and respect for the faculty. Mrs. Barbara Belisle -- Jr. High History, English Teachers Help Students Mrs. Juraline Stoudemire -- Jr. High History, English Mrs. Peggy Hill -- Business law, History, Geography Miss Susie DeMent -- Typing and Shorthand : ; Helping develop future executives, business in- structors expound vocational objectives. Other teachers add to the pupil’s knowledge by showing the past in history courses. Not only are historical events but also current happenings taught. In addition to these facts given them in classes, : ; scholars are coached in physical and sport activi- SA ES EOE, Se ey ties. in Many Areas Each Day Mrs. Betty Yancey -- Girls’ P.E., Cheerleader Sponsor Mr. Charles Martin -- Coach, P.E., Drivers’ Ed. Mrs. Maenolia McGraw -- Junior High English Mrs. Hazel Sharp -- Latin I and II Instructor Mrs. Doris Lien -- Band and Chorus Director Mrs. Ann Parker -- Remedial Reading, Sr. I English Literature Opens Door Unlocking gates to unknown worlds, English teachers conduct extensive studies of literature. Poetry, plays, short stories, and even novels be- come familiar to their classes as the surface and underlying meanings of selections are discussed. Some of the characters met in these works are also greeted again in Latin, MHS’s only foreign language course. Both of these subjects give images of life in past years through famous auth- ors. Montevallo High’s reflection is given also but with a different approach in its marching band. Mr. Edward Robinson -- Jr. High English, History Mrs. Frances Anthony -- Sr. II, III English, Sr. Sponsor Faculty Aids Under the direction of qualified instructors, home economics and agriculture students work in a building especially equipped for their use. Boys in agriculture classes not only receive information in many areas but also encouragement to help with school maintainance. Added to the regular teach- ings of roles of a homemaker, was a child develop- ment study this year. Many home economics prin- ciples are practiced daily in the MHS cafeteria. Mr. Melton Thornton -- Agriculture, Vocational Work Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Allen, Mr. Riffe -- Cafeteria Individuals Throughout the school year students receive help from many places. Librarians, the cafeteria staff, and administrative officials each contribute. Sec- retaries in the office spend many hours preparing records which are essential. Hours are spent by teachers who guide the formation of character and the building of skills in their pupils. As the results are reaped in, not by these who have stood on the sidelines but by the scholars either in high school or college (perhaps even in later years for some) they portray the time instructors have spent. Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy -- Home Economics, FHA Sponsor Mrs. Opal Long -- Office Secretary Mrs. Martha McClure -- Secretary Perhaps more reflections are made by students than from any other area. They are in fact, the most important image and part of Montevallo High. For, without them, the Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, and eighth and seventh graders, there would be no need for its operation. The entire faculty and staff are working for them and all activities are also produced for these pupils. Daily they begin with an active homeroom, later attend and participate in classes, and between times crowd the halls chatting with friends making MHS what it is. Students Senior Officers: (sitting) B. Scott, Pres., T. Jackson, Sec. (standing) J. Brown, Treas., D. Bennett, V.P. Ronald Alexander Alfred Allen Tisia Baker Phyllis Bearden David Bennett Jan Birdsong Sharon Bridges Jimmy Brown Sandra Cannon Scotty Crownover F Carole Edwards . Sonya Edwards , oc Pleasia Fochtmann Kenneth Fountain Jo Ann Hamm Rosetta Harper Diane Herron Ronnie Horton Shelia Jackson Teresa Jackson Kathy Keith Seniors attend classes together. Donna Lawley Mary Ellen Lewis Eddie Lovelady Hattie Lucas Mary McCulley Robbie Mims 69’ers enjoy the Senior Prom hosted by the Junior Class. Dale Nabors Alan Nannini Cathy Nix Mack Nix Judy Nordan Bruce Reynolds Excited Seniors ex- change calling cards. Gary Richardson Laura Roberts Debbie Russell Bob Scott Adelle Simpson Mike Sims Mitchell Spears Brenda Tolbert Debbie Ward Billy Taylor Ric West William White Sharon Winslett Sherry Wright Jimmy Youtz Betty Beach JUNIORS Shannon Allen Linda Anderson Beth Anthony Tommy Arledge Ray Ashby Martha Sue Barkley Billy Barrett John Barrow Ray Bearden Bessie Bednego Billy Bice Linda Boothe Nancy Boothe Harriet Bowden Waymon Bowden Steve Brand Terry Davis Larry Galloway Dee Dee Garrett Dennis Glosson Roy Goggins Kay Green Marcia Green Mike Guthrie Tithie Harrell Tommy Harris Betty Jo Hatcher Danny Holsomback Brenda Horton Sedalia Johnson Mary Johnston Melissa Knowles Dian Lawler Jean Lawley Lonnie Lovejoy Joe Lovelady Fourteen Juniors hold initiation candles after being tapped for National Honor Society. Jennie Lucas John Lucas David McGaughy Leslie Mathison Ann Nichols Laurie Gene Orr M.J. Otts Shelia Page Bobbie Parker Courtney Parker Lynn Partridge Dottie Phillips Buster Pickett Larry Pickett Mike Pickett Terry Pickett Joan Polk Trudy Price Juniors Sell Magazines Mary Lou Reeder Larry Rice Lolly Seaman Mary Stewart Jimmy Surface Anthony Thompson Leon Thompson Sandra Thompson Karen Varden Sarah Weaver Robert West Jeff Wilson Nancy Wooley Danny Wyatt SOPHOMORES Nancy Barclay Diana Barnett Linda Barrow Ruby Bell Roger Bice Barbara Bigger Ruben Bonilla Debbie Boyd Patsy Brazier Carol Brown Pam Brown Ricky Campo Susan Campo Deborah Cannon James Carlee Jeanetta Corbett Beth Crowe Debbie Cunningham Lee Cupps Eddie Czeskleba Patsy Darden Rita David . ie ed ated i = me Susan Edfeldt Brenda Edwards Peggi Edwards William Grady Jeffrey Gray Pam Guy Deanie Hall Steve Hall Sherman Holland Sherry Holsomback Cherie Horton Nora Hubbard Bobby Ingram Sandra Jones Becky Kaufman Susan Lawley Judy Lien Susan Lovejoy Patti Lovelady Bobby Lucas Darlene Lucas Dianne Lucas Sylvia Lucas John McCulley Sophomores John Nix, Cathy Sims, Barbara Bigger, and William Grady rest after tackling Shakespeare. Wayne Majors Gary Martin Barbara Moreland Shirlene Morgan Ninna Morris Bill Nathews John Nix Mike Nix Connie Owens Debra Owens Wayne Pickett Michael Polk Jamey Putman Debbie Rochester Pat Russell Susan Scott David Seaman Sally Sears Janice Shipley Cathy Sims Becky Smitherman Sharon Sproul Charles Stano John Stewart Sammy Strickland, Jimmy Thomas Gloria Thompson Don Tinsley Roy Tolbert Sherri West Marilynn Winslett Stanley Winslett Sharmaine Wolfe Dayle Wooley Patricia Wyatt FRESHMEN Betty Adams Delores Adkins Phillip Alexander Ronnie Allen Curtis Anderson Russell Battle Donnie Bearden Rita Bearden Mary Bednego Patti Benton Billy Joe Bice Kathy Bice Mary Collins Blackmon Phil Boone Ann Boothe Frances Boothe Isaac Boothe James Ray Boothe Janice Boothe Judy Boothe Retta Boothe Linda Boyd Mary Campo Vince Cardone Beth Eddings Don Edwards Linda Edwards Nathan Fochtmann Karen Fullman Phil Genry Tim Genry Bonnie Goggins Marie Goggins Marshall Goggins Lynn Green Jimmy Hall Roger Hamilton Band participates in Homecoming parade. Phillip Harper Terry Harris Danny Harrison Bruce Hayes Jerry Hayes Randy Haynie Tommy Hensley Charlotte Horton Carol Hyde Wayne Hyde Galeon Jarvis Susan Johnson Billy Paul Jones Becky Knowles Sherry Lagrone Alvin Latham Charlotte Lawley Vikki Lawley Nan Lovelady Ray Lucas Julie McEntee Joanne McGlown William Martin Randy Merijanian Terry Middlebrooks Joe Miller Ricky Miller Johnny Moore Bill Morris Lottie Morris Charles Nelson Wayne Nelson Randy Nichols Donna Norton Debbie O’Neal Debbie Otts Leslie Otts Gerry Payne Larry Phillips Suzanne Pickett dan Plant Ernie Polk Tommy Polk Howard Potts Naomi Price Danny Rhodes Ronnie Rice Don Russell Donna Smitherman Eddie Spears Burney Sproul Joe Stanley Emma Jean Stano Tommy Taylor Claire Tinsley Elaine Vassar David Watson Davis Wooley EIGHTH GRADE Delores Allen Loyd Anderson Lee Anthony John Baker Mike Barkley Brenda Beane Ralph Beane Jimmy Bearden Brenda Belcher Jeanne Benton Tommy Berry Denise Bice Donald Ray Bice Ricky Bice Cathy Bigger Danny Blackmon Ricky Boothe Phobe 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 Daily Joey Day Alice Eady Kathy Edwards David Fancher Herman Fochtmann Jackie Franklin Troy Frye Debbie Garrett Greg Gentry David Green William Green Bobby Hall Annette Hamilton Becky Hamrick Kenny Hatcher Patricia Hendrix Edna Hensley Conchita Hernandez Kathy Hogge Peggi Hughes Benjy Ingram Karen Johnson Lillyus Johnson Chuck Kimbrell Carol Kirkland Charles Kromer Phil Lawler Kathy Lawley Kirk Lightfoot Geunithey Lilly Connie Lucas Gabriella Lucas Patsy Lucas Roger Lucas Tim Lucas Mark McGaughy Patricia Majors Stephanie Mathison Lieser Mayo Janice Mitchell Barbara Moore Mike Moreland Randy Morris Ann Nathews Brenda Northcutt Bill O’Neal Tim Pack Mike Parker Debbie Pendleton Greg Pendleton Benny Pickett Regina Pickett Sandy Pickett Mike Pearson Henrietta Pope Paul Roberts Eddie Russell Janice Seaman Beth Shaw Dennis Sims Paul Smith Terry Smith Robin Spain Sandra Steele Jan Stephens Wanda Swann Theresa Thomas Pete Tinsley Pam Vann Jane Watson Eddie Winslett Anthony Wolfe Mike Wright Jean Youngblood Carol Youtz Cathy Zahumensk SEVENTH GRADE Barry Alexander Susan Battles Paul Roberts, Jr. High Science Club Pres., prepares for exhibit. Patti Beane Ricky Bearden Bonnie Bell Blane Bice Larry Bice Alan Blackmon Bobby Boothe Manfred Brantley Teresa Brazier Chris Bridges Charlie Brown Debbie Campo Danny Cardone Danny Clark Terry Clark Roy Cunningham Cheryl Cupp Judy Darden Carol Evans Stephen Fancher Judy Fletcher Beth Fountain Gary Franklin Barry Galloway Cecil Gibson Doris Glass Rita Glass Jon Goad Kathy Goggins Missy Green Karen Guthrie Susan Guy Faye Haggins Kenneth Hall Linda Hammett David Harris Brenda Hensley. Clay Holland Becky Hood John Horton Melonie Horton Jan Jones Randy Kaufman Bobby Kemp Ray Kemp Philip Kimbrell Ricky Kish Ronnie Kromer Evelyn Lawley Joyce Lawley Mike Lawley Krist Lien Belinda Joyce Lilly Gary Loggins Glenn Loggins Joey Lovelady Louise Lovelady Donna Lucas Roy Lucas Becky McCulley Dale McGaughy Pam McMath Chuck Martin Harry Martin John Miller Carol Morgan Gail Morgan James Nix Mike Northcutt Richard Norton George Otts Debbie Payne Donna Pickett Donna Gail Pickett Louie Joe Pickett Ricky Pickett Ronnie Pearson Rose Pope Melody Putman Tom Reynolds Jeff Robins Billy Sanders Becky Scott Nancy Sims William Smith Julia Smitherman Tom Smitherman James Spears Clay Spicer Jack Taylor Joe Van Ells Hubert Van Tuyll Christine Vassar Randy Vaughan Nelson Wallace Joan White Bonnie Williams Ed Wilson Debra Wright Randy Yancey ties esse) Soin Ni. Not pictured: Danny Bice, Wade Dennis, Boyd Eddings, Danny Harrell, Ricky Lawley, Judy Martin, Louise Martin, Jo Ann Murray, Cindy Nix, Keith Reynolds, Frankie Smith, Steve Taylor. Attending classes and studying are important at MHS, but they are not completely time consum- ing. Extracurricular activities include several big events, club and class meetings, and publications produced during after school hours. Students realize however, that before any affairs but es- pecially occasions such as Homecoming and the Valentine Dance, much work must be done. These extra hours reflect the cooperation, willingness, school spirit, and dedication of MHS’ers. School Life Queen Phyllis Bearden (center) with atten- dants (L-R) Hattie Lucas, Debbie Russell, Mary Ellen Lewis reigns over Homecom- ing activities. Election 68 Inaugurates As cheerleader, Queen Phyllis leads yell at pep rally. B. B. Comer tiger is tossed into bonfire at Thursday night pep rally. Jimmy Brown, president of the Student Council, presents roses to Queen Phyllis dur- ing Homecoming halftime with B.B. Comer. Queen Phyllis and Court The students’ choice -- Homecoming Queen Phyllis Bearden. Homecoming festivities end with dance sponsored by Student Council. Valentine Court (L-R) Sharon Winslett, Mary Ellen Lewis, Dian Lawler, and Hattie Lucas pose with Queen Beth (center). ’°68 Queen of Hearts: Cheryl McClure crowns the judges’ selection Beth Anthony. Band Sponsors Valentine Ball Miss Valentine takes her walk. Seniors Pick Who’s Who Through the years they have spent together in work, study, and play, the Class of ’69 have come to know each other well. This year on the basis of character, personality, sportsmanship, and leader- ship they selected members of their class to repre- sent them in the Senior Who’s Who. Most Likely to Succeed: Debbie Ward and Bobby Scott Best Dressed: Mitchell Spears, and Carole Edwards Best Dancers -- David Bennett and Kathy Keith Wittiest - Jimmy Youtz and Diane Herron Most Courteous -- Mary McCulley and Scotty Crownover Most Creative -- Alfred Allen and Sharon Bridges Most Valuable te the School -- Ronnie Horton and Debbie Russell Most Athletic -- Mike Sims, Sonya Edwards, and Eddie Lovelady Friendliest -- Kenneth Fountain and Rosetta Harper Most School Spirit -- Hattie Lucas and Gary Richardson Best All Around -- Jimmy Brown and Sherry Wright Most Intellectual -- Mack Nix and Adelle Simp- son Best Personality -- Jimmy Youtz and Phyllis Bearden Best Looking -- Tisia Baker and Eddie Lovelady Faces Mirror Ea Senior Jimmy Brown received the Sportsmanship Cup -- a . Student Council presentation. Majorette candidates hear announcement of winners. MHS Moments Jennie Lucas was top salesman when the Junior Class sold magazines to finance the prom. Faces and scoreboard lights reflect football game. MHS Marching Band Gives PYS? ik ae Ss Band president Jan Birdsong (seated) and members confer before practice. Traveling is a large and exciting part of being in the marching band. Shows at Football Games The nine members of the Junior Band are under the direction of Mrs. Doris Lien. Band librarians Billy Barrett and Joanne McGlown take inventory. b bah: | deh ' ; i Mary Lou Reeder Sharon Winslett -- Drum Major Beth Anthony Adelle Simpson Mary Ellen Lewis -- Head Dian Lawler 4g: cd | he Po 3 fs Jan Birdsong Director Doris Lien plans concert with help from members. After marching season, majorettes join concert band. Concert Band Performs Band gets ready for Spring Concert. President Pleasia Fochtmann leads monthly meeting as Debbie Russell, secretary, keeps minutes. Miss Susie DeMent, spon- sor, shows Teresa Jackson and Dale Nabors correct typing pos- ture. Business Club Mr. Pat Kelly and Eddie Lovelady plan sche- dule before the Business Club visits Merch- Jo Ann Hamm and Robbie ents und Siebert Bank. Mims check secretarial diction- ary for spelling. Rosetta Harper (seated) gets advice from (L-R) Nancy Boothe, Brenda Tolbert, and Sonya Edwards. Jr. Cheerers Lead Yells Junior Cheerleaders hitch a ride to a game. Regina Corbett Vikki Lawley, Head Jane Watson Claire Tinsley Ann Nathews Carol Kirkland Terri Chambers Cheerleaders are selected each year on the basis of their stunts and yells by a committee composed of stu- dents and adults. Throughout the year they support the MHS athletic program and encourage school spirit. FOL, Cheerleaders in distress as other team scores and takes the lead. “Hey Now” Say Cheerleaders Judy Lien Patricia Wyatt Jeanetta Corbett Phyllis Bearden Hattie Lucas, H ead Nancy Barclay Judy Nordan Marilyn Winslett Cheerleaders were guests at Football Ban- quet. Chapter Farmer and Greenhand officers set up Future Farmers of America exhibit for PTA. GREENHANDS. Front Row: P. Griffin, student teacher; B.J. Bice; P. Harper; S. Allen; T. Davis; R. R. Bonilla; E. Spears; D. Watson, T. Porter, student teacher. Row two: L. Phillips; D. Russell; R. Nichols; R. Battle; M. Polk; H. Potts; P. Genry; D. Rhodes. Row three: I. Boothe; T. Genry; R. Hamilton; R. Rice; W. Martin; L. Otts; W. Hyde; M. Goggins; C. Nelson; W. Nelson. CHAPTER FARMERS. Front Row: S. Brand; J. Hall; B. Rey- nolds; D. Glosson; A. Thompson; J. Moore; Row two: D. Edwards; A. Latham; B. Ingram; R. Bearden; W. Majors; R. Haynie; P. Alexan- der. Row Three: M. Sims; D. Bearden; L. Cupps; B. Morris; B. Tay- lor; A. Allen; W. Pickett; L. Pickett; M. Pickett. Davis, Lovejoy Lead FFA SENIORS. Front Row: R. Horton; M. Sims; R. Alexander. Row two: B. Taylor; K. Fountain; B. Reynolds; A. Allen; A. Nannini. EXECUTIVE BOARD. Front Row: R. Alexander; L. Rice; B. Bice; L. Lovejoy; B. Pickett; Mr. Melton Thornton, Advisor. Row two: R. Horton; D. Holsomback; C. Stano; K. Fountain; J. Carlee. FHA president Beth Anthony (center) and executive council members (L-R) Adelle Simpson, Laura Orr, Sharon Winslett, Dian Lawler, and Debbie Ward plan programs with Mrs. Rebecca McGaughy, sponsor. Future Homemakers Sponsor Assemblies for Students Activities this year for the Montevallo Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America included planning and presenting two programs for MHS students. The first was a fashion show of spring outfits made by Simplicity Patterns from this company’s latest styles. The other spotlighted Mr. Tony Falletta, BIRMINGHAM NEWS war correspondent, who gave a color filmstrip show of the Holy Land and commentary in observance of Good Friday. Moving a table for FHA cookout are Debbie Cunringham, Bobbie Jo Parker, Shirlene Morgan, and Cathy Nix. 62 Front Row: S. West; S. Sproul; S. Lovejoy; D. Rochester; T. Harrell; S. Cannon; N. Wooley; D. Phillips; L. Partridge; D. Russell; B. Bigger; T. Harris; V. Cupps. Row two: L. Mayo; D. Nabors; P. Fochtmann; S. Wright; T. Baker; P. Brazier; §. Lucas; K. Varden; S. Holsomback; P. Darden; C. Horton; S. Jones; R. David; P. Brown; R. Bearden. Row three: R . Harper; D. Pendleton; C. Youtz; P. Vann: D. Barnett; D. Lucas; B. Kaufman: L. Green; D, Cannon; D. Lucas; C. Nix; D. Moreland; D. Lucas; J. Birdsong; 8. Lawley; J. Benton. Row four: H. Lucas; J. Nordan; J. Lien; P. Wyatt; P. Lovelady; M. Winslett; J. McGlown; H. Bowden; H. Pope; G. Thompson; B. Hatcher; P. Bowden; C. Hernandez; S. Steele; K. Johnson; S. Pickett; K. Green; B. Hamrick. FHA group gets together for picture. Club Offers Library Aid Mrs. Anne Milford -- Advisor Library Club members review books to have ready suggestions. Members check FTA schedule of events. Tish Baker President Guest and student speakers informed the S.H. Hurt Chapter of the Future Teach- ers of America of schools and teaching opportunities. Other activities included attending district and state meetings and collecting donations for the Lurleen B. Wallace Memorial Fund. Bobbie Jo Parker Mary Lou Reeder Vice President Secretary Front Row: (L-R) S. Winslett; S. West; L. Orr; D. Cunningham; S. Wolfe; L. Anderson; J. Shipley; C. Nix; M. Green; D. Garrett. Row two: L. Morris; B. Anthony; R. David; D. Rochester; H. Bowden; K. Green; T. Har- rell. Row three: B. Bigger; S. Jones; G. Thompson; M. Lewis; A. Simpson. Row four: N. Lovelady; M. Johnson; D. Norton; H. Potts; J. McGlown; S. Pickett; L. Boothe. FTA Group FTA’ers smile as amount for Lurleen B. Wallace Memorial Fund grows. Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt Sponsor Sharon Bridges Courtney Parker Lolly Seaman Treasurer Parliamentarian Historian Front Row: J. Lucas; M. Barkley; S. Sproul; D. Boyd; S. Sears; S. Weaver; C. Brown; J. Putman; C. Owens; S. Scott. Row two: M. Knowles; P. Brown; N. Hubbard; S. Wright; D. Ward; D. Phillips; B. Crowe; B. Smitherman; P. Lovelady. Row three: S. Edfeldt; D. Hall; B. Hatcher; S. Jackson; P. Russell; P. Guy; C. Sims; J. Gray. Officers Pleasia Fochtmann, Brenda Brown, Rosetta Harper, and President Sonya Edwards distribute GAA pins. Girls’ Athletics Excels in Sports GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. Front Row: B. Moreland; N. Barclay; K. Keith; T. Baker; H. Lucas; B. Ed- wards; N. Boothe; N. Morris. Row two: S. Morgan; G. Thompson; J. Lawley; L. Barrow; S. Wolfe; S. Lawley; P. Darden; C. Horton; M. Green; S. Thompson; L. Anderson; D. Garrett. Rotary Sponsors Interact INTERACT. Front Row: R. West, president; R. West, vice president; S. Taylor, secretary; B. Scott, treasurer; J. McCulley. Row two: S. Crownover; E. Love- lady; J. Brown; D. Bennett; J. Lovelady; J. Youtz; J. Surface. Row three: M. Guthrie; G. Muehlbauer; W. White; J. Thomas; J. Wilson; R. Yancey. Morris Advises Math Club JR. HIGH MATH CLUB. Front Row: L. Mayo; D. Garrett; D. Pendleton; P. Roberts; E. Winslett; C. Hernandez. Row two: B. Hall; G. Gentry; B. Ingram; W. Czeskleba; R. Pickett; C. Bigger; M. McGaughy; T. Berry; K. Daily; P. Tins- ley; D. Fancher; G. Pendleton; J. Youngblood; T. Frye. Science Club Reorganizes SECOND YEAR MEMBERS. Front Row: E. Winslett; P. Roberts, President; Row two: A. Nathews; D. Pendleton; Row three: D. Fancher; K. Daily; T. Pack; R. Boothe; Row four: M. McGaughy; K. Hatcher; A. Wolfe; M. Barkley; M. Moreland. Junior High Science Club members reorganized which were exhibited at the May PTA meeting and during the 68-69 year under the direction of Mrs. went on an all-day field trip to Rickwood Caverns Emily Pendleton, sponsor, into first and second to culminate the year’s activities. year groups. All members worked on projects First year members get together to pose for “formal” portrait. Leon Thompson guides J. Thomas, S. Brand, and R. Tolbert in a study of Bob Dylan’s works. Leader Robert West explains author’s style and techniques to members B. Smitherman, S. Scott, C. Brown, R. David, J. Gray, P. Russell, and S. Sproul during Literary Society of Discussion meeting. LSD--A Mind Expanding Experience for Members Cathy Nix points out correct definition to N. Wooley, S. West, D. Owens, R. Bonilla, W. Grady, D. Lucas, D. Barnett, R. Bell, B. Kaufman, D. Cannon, and D. Lucas. S. Weaver, M. Knowles, M. Barkley, J. Shipley, M. McCulley, P. Edwards, B. Barrett, J. Wilson dis- cuss a book with group leader Sally Sears. Letters Go to Eligible Players Requirements are set for each MHS sport which letes are qualified for “‘M’’ Club membership. The participants must meet to receive a letter. After honorary organization was sponsored by Coach being awarded this symbol of achievement, ath- Charles Martin this year. “M” CLUB. Front Row: T. Davis; J. McCulley; M. Guthrie; J. Thomas. Row two: B. Nathews; E. Lovelady; Coach Martin (Sponsor); G. Martin; B. Scott. Row three: J. Brown; D. Bennett; R. Haynie; M. Spears; W. Pickett; A. Thompson. Row four: J. Surface; B. Reynolds; R. Goggins; R. Bearden; M. Sims; B. Frye; Row five: J. Lovelady; J. Barrow. Cathy Nix pins Jimmy Brown’s honor ribbon before going “on stage”’ for initiation of new members. Mr. Guy Milford -- Founder of Monte- vallo Chapter of National Honor Society. NHS Serves Montevallo High Acting as PTA baby sitters, awarding honor roll ribbons, and publishing the yearbook kept NHS’ers C. Nix, T. Jackson, A. Simpson, J. Brown, D. Ward, S. Winslett, M. Lewis, and Bobby Scott (president) busy this year. Advisor is Mrs. Emily Pendle- ton, Pep Club Cheers Bulldogs Cheerleaders lead ‘‘Soul Team” as club gets school spirit before a game. Organized this year, Montevallo High’s Pep Club supporters words and motions to all cheers used was limited to the seventh, eighth, and ninth at both football and basketball games. Mrs. Peggy grades. The cheerleaders taught these Bulldog Hill advised the group. 4 Rosetta Harper was selected Tri-Hi-Y Favo- rite by fellow members. Mrs. Peggy Green, sponsor, reviews program procedure with officers H. Lucas, J, Birdsong, S. Winslett, L. Anderson on front row, and D. Gar- rett, R. Harper, and B. Parker, second row. Tri-H1-Y Sets Christian Goals Front Row: (L-R) J. Polk; D. Owens; S. Cannon B. Kaufman; D. Barnett; A. Simpson; C. Nix; D. Boyd; C. Brown; B. Crowe; S. Edfeldt; P. Guy; S. Thompson; D. Phillips; M. Barkley; M. McCulley; Row two: S. Sproul; G. Thompson; S. Scott; B. Moreland; D. Cannon; D. Lucas; S. Morgan, N. Morris; R. David; S. Jones; J. Put- man; S. Lawley; J. Gray; T. Harrell; K. Green; B. Bigger; Row three: B. Horton; P. Brown; P. Lovelady; J. Lien; J. Nordan; M. Winslett, P. Wyatt; D. Lucas; M. Lewis; L. Orr; C. Parker; B. Anthony; L. Seaman; H. Bowden; S. Sears; J. Corbett; D. Cunningham; J. Lucas; Row four: S. Johnson; S. Bridges; M. Knowles; B. Hatcher; L. Partridge; K. Varden; M. Green; L. Boothe; L. Anderson; S. Weaver; P. Edwards; D. Lawler; R. Mims; D. Ward; S. Wright; D. Russell; M. Johnston; D. Rochester; T. Jackson; N. Wooley. CoA ey a | : ASO : i oY . P fe .. re 5 Ps e) roo. | ‘we. ¥ ad VOU, ?- y e - Mr. Tony Falletta, Birmingham recently returned from Vietnam, doly Land with commentary and co Ly.observance of Good Friday. " The assembly, sponsored by jents of Christ's death and ir vhich He ministered and the peor says Sharon Winslett, FHA progre The presentation will carry c 'FHA' ers--Citizenship Challenges sare, To Do, " " This will also be our sart in the National FHA oroject, 'Your Neighbors, Near and Far ', " : tebecca McGaug : emer oe visor. MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL ; Montevallo, Ala. 35115 Wor Correspondent te Vieit MEX abi Basu aoa 3 Andak x ep ie 4 March 28, 1969 Vol. XX--No. 13 Mrs. Opal . a . NSPA AHSPA CSPA ( All-American First-Place Medalist Returns os | ee 7 Former MHS oetrevuary ‘ - =A 1961-64, Mrs. Opal Long, returns to MHS following S t | ; ht H it ] S t Mrs. Martha McClure's res- D 0 | Q | S 0D D0 ignation effective March ra MHS Spotlight staff does it again--tops in the na- MHS's faculty gifted tion. For the second consecutive year Spotlight earns Mrs. McClure with a gold the highest award from Columbia University--Medalist. Students of today are not content to merely obey in- tructions and heed rules handed out by the administra- jon. Now the future leaders of America als isk " Why? " from dis- or involve- ses is over Lctate boys' decisions liscretion? 1at the ad- sr from Su- ‘he Scan-It. s on these bout them. ritten op-= grade. Sh al; i pgs sree Snow VOOd IViGANerS RSVP is baffling some A SALUTE TO FFA, FHA pei i Come OF, ass, Foe Next Monday begins the first " Yocational Educatio experts of etiquette! It jeek " in Alabama. Governor Albert Brewer issued th aiuply oe Respondez, proclamation " in commemoration of the more than fift; s'il vous plait -- Please .,.one af service to the people of Alabama. " . ar | | , 19€ ighes se. : " or Vo of : in ; Tocatic sit = WH ocatio an 2a vo ti -§ in at le ac th RS gu Reeder of their plans. SPOTLIGHT Lend a Hand lk MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Montevallo, Ala. 35115 To give to Easter Seals is to give much to many. Bi-weekly March 28, 1969 You will help make pro- 15¢ per copy Vol. XX -- No. 13 ductive citizens of young Editor Debbie Russell Advisers Mrs. Carolyn Edfeldt, Miss Susie DeMent and older people who oth- All Spotlighters are Reporters erwise might be doomed for Martha Sue Barkley, Dee Dee Garrett, Jeff Gray, Shelia Jackson, Mary . Johnston, Melissa Knowles, Leslie Mathison, Cathy Nix, Gary Richardson oe ) J a life of uselessness ” Lolly Seaman, Sally Sears, Debbie Ward, Sarah Weaver. Buy, use Easter Seals! David Bennett, treasurer, Debbie Ward, parliamentarian, Courtney Parker, vice president (seated) check invoice for flagpole with Jimmy Brown, president, Sandra Cannon, secretary, Teresa Jackson, Chaplain, and Mr. W. C. Corbett, sponsor, watching. Council Aids Community Chest The Student Council is composed of elected mem- bers from each homeroom in grades nine through twelve. In addition, representatives are appointed from the seventh and eighth grades to meet with the organization. This group sponsored Home- coming activities, operated the supply store and presided at all school-wide assemblies. It also equipped MHS with a new flagpole and sponsored the Community Chest Drive. President Jimmy Brown leads discussion of Community Student Council members check out new flagpole which Chest campaign. they purchased. Homecoming Queen Phyllis Bearden is crowned by Student Council president. As athletes compete in sports events their abilities and sportsmanship act as mirrors reflecting MHS. Encouraged by cheering fans and instructions from coaches they strive to raise the MHS score above the one of their opponents. The battle to do this inflames school spirit from supporters and stimulates teamwork from the players. However, this doesn’t insure a victory and defeat sometimes moves in. Both are necessary to complete the sports picture. wre ae ¢-ty yee a re roe ee, la iatiat ims BULLDOGS. Foreground: H. Martin (Manager) Front Row: M. Guthrie; A. Nannini; B. Scott; B. Frye; M. J. Otts; W. Majors; J. Lovelady; J. Brown; R. Goggins; Row two: J. Nix; T. Pickett; R. Bearden; G. Payne; T. Middlebrooks; M. Nix; T. Harris; R. Bice; M. Barkley; Row three: W. Nel- son; T. Genry; B. J. Bice; R. Battle; R. Bice; R. Haynie; S. Holland; G. Pendleton; T. Frye; Row four: W. White; B. Reynolds; M. Sims; L. Mathison. 31 Hit the Gridiron I. Opening the 1968 season at home, MHS dropped a loss in the final minutes of the game to Vincent’s Yellowjackets. Vincent scored early but the Bulldogs tied the score on a 65 yard intercep- tion return by Wayne Majors. The " Dogs moved ahead on a seven yard pass from Jimmy Brown to Ray Bearden before the " Jackets pulled out a 14- 13 win. II. MHS traveled to Chelsea defeating the Hornets by a school-record of 64-12. Roy Goggins and Wayne Majors led the way with three touchdowns each while M.J. Otts added two. Ray Bearden and Jimmy Brown also scored as the " Dogs racked up 10 touchdowns. III. On Sept. 20, before a standing-room only crowd at home, the Bulldogs scalped Thompson’s Warriors for the first time in six years. MHS took command early when Roy Goggins scored from three yards out following the opening kickoff; Wayne Majors then returned an intercepted pass 85 yards for another six. Thompson scored once but the " Dogs staged several goal line stands in the final quarter to win 14-7. IV. In the fourth game of the season the Bulldogs found themselves in the “‘Land of the Giants”’ as they fell to a powerful team of Clanton Tigers 26- 14. The highlight of the evening was a 64 yard touchdown pass from Jimmy Brown to Bruce Rey- nolds. Brown also scored on a short plunge but the Tigers hit the goal line four times to take the de- cision. V. The Bulldogs spoiled Jemison’s Homecoming as they squeezed by the Panthers 14-7. Jemison scored early but MHS jumped out front in the sec- ond quarter on a four yard run by Jimmy Brown and a 23 yard sprint by Wayne Majors. The second half was a defensive struggle with neither team scoring. VI. On Oct. 11 at the ’68 Homecoming Game the Bulldogs put up a tremendous effort but were beat- en by the B.B. Comer Tigers. The Bulldogs threatened to score early but their attempts failed until the second quarter. Comer failed to gain a first down until moments before the half when they scored. Grabbing another touchdown once more late in the game they handed MHS a tough 14-7 defeat. IX. The bowl-bound West Blocton Tigers came into Montevallo defeating the Bulldogs 27-13. Af- ter Blocton scored early the " Dogs knotted the score on a nine yard pass from Jimmy Brown to Bruce Reynolds. The Tigers built up a 27-7 lead before MHS ended the scoring on an 18 yard toss from Brown to Roy Goggins. X. In the final game of the season MHS was shut- maapoen grabs pans.duxing gnane ageinet Vinount. out by the Oak Grove Tigers 14-0. Oak Grove scored in each of the first two quarters but was stopped cold in the second half by a stubborn Bull- dog defense. VII. In the seventh game, Columbiana, co-champ- ions of the Shelby County Conference, defeated MHS 34-7. Dwight Bentley led the Wildcats with three touchdowns. Roy Goggins accounted for MHS points by scoring from 35 yards out ona blocked punt and kicking the extra point. VIII. The next week MHS battled another county opponent, Calera’s Eagles. It was a defensive struggle until the third quarter when Jimmy Brown circled left end from seven yards out to tie the score 7-7. The scoring picked up as Brown hit Ray Bearden and Bruce Reynolds with scoring strikes, but the Eagles scored three more times to record a 27-20 victory. Goggins gains yardage on B.B. Comer. On the sidelines Coaches Martin and Corbett give instructions. SENIORS. (L-R) J. Brown; M. Sims; B. Scott; . A.Nannini; W. White; B. Reynolds. ; oa . ’ : 1S gn whee ; et F ‘ nn i PS ee ie ale 68 Football Season as Bulldog Head Coach Goggins, Brown ; Make Conference At the end of the 1968 season senior quarterback Jimmy Brown and junior fullback Roy Goggins were named to the Mid-State All Conference Foot- ball Team. It was the second consecutive year for Brown to make the team. Brown (left) gives Goggins MHS’s football which they carried during " 68 season. Goggins led the Bulldogs’ scoring with 52 points. Brown (11), Scott (51), and Guthrie (70) converge upon a Vincent Ballcarrier lying on the ground at left of picture. Montevallo Benchwarmers Club treated the Bull- dogs to a banquet ending the ’68 football season. The cheerleaders and their sponsor Mrs. Betty Yancey were special guests. Ex-football player speaks at banquet. Benchwarmers Host Banquet Players, Cheerleaders enjoy the fun. Senior players feted were (L-R) Bob Scott, Jimmy Brown, Mike Sims, Bruce Reynolds, William White, and Alan Nannini. BASKETBALL TEAM. Front Row: J. Brown; B. Nathews; G. Richardson; D. Wyatt; A. Thompson; T. Davis; Row two: Coach W. C. Corbett; B. Scott; J. Bartow; J. Lovelady; J. Surface; M. Sims; E. Lovelady. Cagers Have 17-11 Record Danny Wyatt (11) meets opposition in Thompson game. MHS closed out the basketball season with a 17-11 record, a vast improvement over last years 9-14 mark. The " Dogs also picked up three trophies along the way, finishing second in the Thompson Invitational Tournament, third in the Mid-State Conference Tournament, and third in the Shelby County Meet. Seniors on this year’s team are Jimmy Brown, Eddie Lovelady, Gary Richardson, Bobby Scott, and Mike Sims. Eddie Lovelady accepts Second Place trophy in Thompson Invitational Tournament. Mike Sims fires a shot against Thompson. Lovelady, Surface Lead Players jump for ball. Eddie Lovelady prepares a shot against Vincent. In Vincent game Jimmy Surface tries for a basket. ’68 Basketball Scoring Adding to his record, Surface shoots again. Scorekeeper Susis DeMent checks records with leading scorer Ed- die Lovelady. Lovelady led the team in scoring with 606 points for an average of 21.5 per game. Eddie was recog- nized as an “‘All-Stater’’ by the BIRMINGHAM POST HERALD and was named to the Conference, County, and Area Tournament teams for a second straight year. Junior Jimmy Surface was second in scoring with 443 points and a 16.4 points per game average. Surface was named All-County and re- ceived honorable mention for the All-Conference selection. He also led the team in rebounds with 300. Lovelady was second in rebounding with 260 grabs. Baseball Team Captures Title This year’s Bulldog squad captured the school’s fourth consecutive Shelby County title while com- piling an 8-4 record. The team also finished second to Childersburg in the Mid-State Conference. It was the second year as baseball coach for Cratie Corbett. He received fine leadership from seniors David Ben- nett, Jimmy Brown, Eddie Lovelady, Bob Scott, Mike Sims, and William White. Junior Charles Stano led the club with a .422 average, 19 runs batted, and 3 home runs, including a grand slam. Jimmy Brown scored the most runs—17—and posted a 4-2 pitching record. Stano also recorded a 3-2 pitching slate. At the conclusion of the regular season David Bennett, Jimmy Brown, and Mike Sims were chosen to repre- sent MHS at the East-Week Game in Clanton. Seniors David Bennett, Jimmy Brown, and William White have completed four years in the MHS base- ball team helping compile a 41-14 record. Also during this time the Bulldogs were County Champ- ions four times and took second and third places in the Mid-State Conference. Brown threatens to steal in Calera game. 1969 SCORES Calera Chelsea Vincent Thompson Chelsea Vincent Columbiana Columbiana Calera Vincent Calera Childersburg OPPONENT NSCOCORNOQOOROHA Denotes Tournament Game SENIORS: (L-R) W. White; J. Brown; D. Bennett; M. Sims; E. Lovelady; B. Scott. A En ESS Vee ae — BASEBALL TEAM. Front Row: (L-R) M. Sims; J. Thomas; J. Lovelady; D. Bennett; J. Brown; W. White; E. Lovelady; B. Scott; Coach W. C. Corbett. Row two: S. Winslett; B. Ingram; R. Nichols; G. Martin; J. McCulley; C. Stano; T. Davis; D. Watson; V. Cardone. Row three: E. Winslett; Wil Collins (Managers). Track Team Competes Twice Under the direction of Coach Charles Martin the Track Team competed in the Shelby County Meet at Indian Springs and the Mid-State Conference Meet in Columbiana. TRACK TEAM. Front Row: (L-R) D. Wooley; K. Reynolds. Row two: M. Guthrie; J. McCulley. Row three: S. Allen; R. Bearden. Row four: J. Wilson; R. Yancey; J. Surface; G. Muehl- bauer; B. Nathews. Advertisers reflect the interest of Montevallo mer- chants in our high school. Most are those who continually aid student activities throughout each school year. Doing more than helping financially, they cheer along with MHS’ers at ball games, lend a sympathic ear during exams, and finally smile with pride at such achievements as that of the Sen- ior members of the National Honor Society. The advertisers are always supporting us like Dusty, Senior David Bennett’s dog, who has attended school daily with the Class of ’69 since the seventh grade. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ARNOLD INSTITUTIONAL FOODS, INC. 1922 FOURTH AVENUE NORTH ALABAMA MUSIC CENTER BIRMINGHAM, ALA. IRM . BIRMINGHAM, ALA 35203 PURE OIL SERVICE STATION Pure Oil Products and Service John A. Cunningham 665-2097 COMPLIMENTS OF Ken Terry Chevrolet COMPLIMENTS OF Zane } s Meus oo? LAWLER MANUFACTURING CO. 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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ‘69 Senior Directory Ronald Alexander - FFA, 1,2,3,4; Perfect Atten- dance, 1; Alfred Allen - Band, 1,2; FFA, 3,4; Senior Who’s Who, Most Creative; Tisia Baker - Class Officer, 3; FHA, 1,2,3,4, Rec- reation Leader, 3; FTA, 2,3,4, President, 4; Home- coming Court, 4; Miss Valentine Court, 3; PE Badge, 1,2,3; Senior Who’s Who, Best Looking; Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Phyllis Bearden - Cheerleader, 4; Class Officer, 1,3, 4; FHA, 1; FTA, 1,2, Historian, 1; GAA, 3,4; Homecoming Queen, 4; Honor Roll, 4; PE Badge, 1,2,3,4; Archery Champion, 3; Perfect Attendance, 1; Senior Who’s Who, Best Personality; David Bennett - Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2; Class Officer, 4; Football, 1,2,3; Honor Roll, 4; M. Club, 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance, 3; Senior Who’s Who, Best Dancer; Student Council, 1,3,4; Jan Birdsong - Band, 1,2,3,4, Festival Band, 1,2, President 4; FHA, 2,3,4; FTA, 1; Honor Roll, 3; Majorette, 4, Flagette, 2,3; PE Badge, 4; Perfect Attendance, 1,2; Student Council, 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3,4, Treasurer, 3,4; Sharon Bridges - Band, 1,2,3,4, All-County Band, 1,2, Publicity Chairman, 4; FTA, 3,4, Treasurer, 4; Library Club, 2; Perfect Attendance, 1; Senior Who’s Who, Most Creative; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; Jimmy Brown - Baseball, 1,2,3,4, Representative to the East-West All-Star Tryouts, 3,4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Boy’s State, 3; Citizenship Conference, 3; Class Officer, 3,4; Football, 1,2,3,4, All-Confer- ence, 3,4; Hi-Y, 3; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Interact, 3,4, President, 3; Junior Academy of Science, 3, Program Chairman, 3; M Club, 2,3,4, President, 4; Montala Staff, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Best All- Around; Student Council, 1,2,3,4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Sandra Cannon - Band, 1,2,4, Secretary, 2, 2nd Vice-President, 4, All-County Band, 1, Alabama College Band, 1,2,4, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 1, All-State Band, 2; Class Officer, 4; FHA, 4; Homecoming Court, 2; Honor Roll, 1,2,4; Na- tional Honor Society, 4; Scholastic Letter, 1,2,4; Student Council, 1,2,4, Secretary, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 4, Secretary, 2; Typing Contest, 1; Scotty Crownover - Transfer, 4; Senior Who’s Who; Carole Edwards - FHA, 1,2; FTA, 1,2,3,4; GAA, 3; Honor Roll, 1,4; Senior Who’s Who, Best Dressed; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3; Sonya Edwards - Business Club, 4; Class Officer, 4; FHA, 1,2; GAA, 3,4, President, 4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Library Club, 2,3; National Honor Society, 4; PE Badge, 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who, Most Ath- letic; All-State Volleyball Team, 3,4; Pleasia Fochtmann - Business Club, 4, President, 4; Class Officer, 3,4; FHA, 1,2,4; FTA, 1,2; GAA, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Library Club, Secretary, 2; PE Badge, 1,2,4, Archery Champion, 8; Perfect Attendance, 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2. Kenneth Fountain - Band, 1; FFA, 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance, 3; Senior Who’s Who; Typing Contest, 4; Jo Ann Hamm - Business Club, 4; FHA, 1; Honor Roll, 1,3,4; Library Club, 3; Rosetta Harper - Business Club, 4; FHA, 1,2,3,4; GAA, 3,4; Honor Roll, 4; Library Club, 1,2; Per- fect Attendance, 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who, Friendliest; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Favorite, 4; Vice- President, 4; Dian Finley Herron - FHA, 1,2,3; FTA, 1,2,3; GAA, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Wittiest, Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3; Ronnie Horton - FFA, 1,2,3,4, Assistant Advisor; Senior Who’s Who; Most Valuable to the School; Shelia Jackson - Transfer, 2; FTA, 2,3,4; Library Club, 2,3, Secretary, 3; SPOTLIGHT Staff, As- sistant Feature Editor, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; Teresa Jackson - Business Club, 4; Class Officer, 3, 4; DAR Good Citizenship Girl, 4; FTA, 1; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Montala Staff, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 1,2,3; Scholastic Letter, 1,2; Student Council, 3,4, Secretary, 3, Chaplain, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Typing Contest, 4, Advanced Typing Champion for School and County; Office Worker, 4; Outstanding Teenager, 4; Chorus Accompaniest; Kathy Keith - Class Officer, 1; FHA, 2,3,4; FTA , 2; GAA, 3,4; Senior Who’s Who, Best Dancer; Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Donna Lawley - FHA, 1,2,3,4; FTA, 2,3; GAA, 3, 4; Library Club, 1; Perfect Attendance, 1; Tri- Hi-Y, 2,3; Mary Ellen Lewis - Band, 1,2,3,4; All-County Band, 2, Festival Band, 1; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, 4; Citizenship Essay, 2; Class Officer, 1,2; FHA, 1,2,3,4; FTA, 1,2,3,4; Alternate to Girl’s State, 3; Homecoming Court, 4; Majorette, 2,3,4, Head, 3,4, Flagette, 1; Miss Valentine Court, 3,4; Montala Staff, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 1; Scholastic Letter, 1,2; Stu- dent Council, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Eddie Lovelady - Baseball, 4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4, All-County, 3,4, All-Conference, 4, All-State, 4; Business Club, 4; Hi-Y, 3; Math Club, 3; M Club, 3; Senior Who’s Who; SPOTLIGHT Staff, 3; Hattie Lucas - Cheerleader, 2,3,4, Head, 4; Class Officer, 3; FHA, 1,2,3,4, Recreation Leader, 2; FTA, 1,2,3; GAA, 3,4; Homecoming Court, 4; Honor Roll, 1,3; Library Club, 1,2; Miss Valentine Court, 2,4; PE Badge, 2; Senior Who’s Who, Most School Spirit; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Chaplain, 4; Pep Club, 4; Mary McCulley - FTA, 1,2; Honor Roll, 1,2,4; Na- tional Honor Society, 4; Perfect Attendance, 4; Scholastic Letter, 1,4; Senior Who’s Who; SPOT- LIGHT Staff, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,4; Typing Contest, 1; Book Club, 4; Robbie Mims - Band, 1,2; Business Club, 4; FHA, 1,2,3; FTA, 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Dale Nabors - Business Club, 4; FHA, 1,2,4; FTA, 2; GAA, 4; Library Club, 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y, 3; Alan Nannini - FFA, 1,2,3,4; Football, 1; M Club, 1; Perfect Attendance, 1; Cathy Nix - Transfer, 3; FHA, 3,4, Reporter, 4; FTA, 3,4; Honor Roll, 3,4; Montala Staff, Editor, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; SPOTLIGHT Staff, 3,4, Feature Editor, 3,4; President of Alabama High School Press Association, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; Mack Nix - Boy’s State, 3; Honor Roll, 2,3,4; Na- tional Honor Society, 4; Perfect Attendance, 2,3, 4; Senior Who’s Who; Typing Contest, 4; Judy Nordan - Band, 1,2, All-County Band, 2, Fes- tival Band, 1; Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 2; Cheer- leader, 3,4, Pep Club, 4; FHA, 2,3,4, Treasurer, 3; FTA, 1,2,3; Student Council, 2; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Bruce Reynolds - FFA, 1,2; Football, 1,2,3,4; M Club, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 1; Gary Richardson - Football, 3; Hi-Y, 3; Honor Roll, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Most School Spirit; SPOTLIGHT Staff, 3,4, Sports Editor, 4; Basket- ball, 1,3,4; Laura Jean Roberts - Band, 1,2,3,4, All-State Band, 2, District Band, 3; FHA, 3; FTA, 3; Honor Roll, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 3; Transfer, 3; Debbie Russell - Business Club, Secretary-Treasur- er, 4; Citizenship Essay, 2; Class Officer, 4; FHA, 1,2,3,4; GAA, 3,4; Homecoming Court, 4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science, 2; Na- tional Honor Society, 4; Senior Who’s Who, Most Valuable to School; SPOTLIGHT Staff, 3,4, Edi- tor, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Typing Contest, 4, School Champion in National Typewriting Contest, 4; Bob Scott - Baseball, 3,4; Basketball, 2,3,4; Boy’s State, 3; Class Officer, 3,4; Football, 1,2,3,4; Hi- Y, 3; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science, 3; Math Club, 3; M Club, 3,4; Montala Staff, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Perfect At- tendance, 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who; Adelle Simpson - Band, 1,2,3,4, All-County Band, 2, Festival Band, 1, Alabama College Band, 2,3, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 2; FHA, 2,3,4, Treasurer, 4; FTA, 1,2,3,4; Girl’s State, 3; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Library Club, 1,2; Majorette, 4; Miss Valentine, 2; Montala Staff, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Scholastic Letter, 1, 2; Senior Who’s Who; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Mike Sims - Baseball, 2,3,4; Basketball, 3,4; FFA, 1,4; Football, 4; M Club, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 2; Mitchell Spears - Brenda Tolbert - Business Club, 4; FHA, 1,2; Library Club, 2,3; Debbie Ward - Band, 1,2,3,4; All-County Band, 1,2, Alabama College Band, 1,2, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 2; Citizenship Essay, 1; Class Officer, 1, 2; FHA, 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian, 2, Recording Secretary, 4; FTA, 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Junior Academy of Science, 1; Library Club, 1,2; Montala Staff, 4; National Honor Society, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 1; Scholastic Letter, 1,2,3; Senior Who’s Who, Most Likely to Succeed; SPOTLIGHT Staff, 3,4, Assistant Editor, 4, Editor of SENIOR TIMES; Student Council, 1,4, Parliamentarian, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4; Ric West - Transfer, 3; Interact, 4, President, 4; William White - Baseball, 2,3,4; M Club, 2,3,4; Football, 2,3,4; Sharon Winslett - Band, 1,2,3,4, Festival Band, 1, 2, Drum Majorette, 3,4; FHA, 1,2,3,4, 2nd Vice- President, 4; FTA, 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Miss Valentine Court, 2,4; Montala Staff, 4; Na- tional Honor Society, 3,4; Perfect Attendance, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4, President, 4; Sherry Wright - FHA, 2,3,4, Junior Degree, Chap- ter Degree, 3; FTA, 4; GAA, 4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3, 4; Senior Who’s Who; Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Transfer, 4; Jimmy Youtz - Hi-Y, 3; Honor Roll, 3,4; Library Club, 3,4; Math Club, 3; Senior Who’s Who; Bas- ketball, 1,2,3; SUMMER GRADUATES - Betty Beach - GAA, 4; Honor Roll, 4; National Honor Society, 4; PE Badge, 4; Perfect Attendance 4; Transfer, 4; Billy Taylor - Band, 1,2,3, Festival Band, 1,2; FFA, 1,2,3,4; Football, 2,3; Perfect Attendance, 3; Adams, Betty, 30 Adkins, Delores, 31 Alexander, Barry, 37 Alexander, Phillip, 31, 61 Alexander, Ronald, 19, 61 Allen, Alfred, 19, 47, 61 Allen, Delores, 33 Allen, Ronnie, 31 Allen, Shannon, 26, 60, 89 Anderson, Curtis, 31 Anderson, Linda, 26, 64, 66, 73 Anderson, Loyd, 33 Anthony, Beth, 26, 44, 54, 62, 64, 73 Anthony, Frances, 15, 81 Anthony, Lee, 34 Arledge, Tommy, 26 Ashby, Ray, 26 Baker, John, 34 Baker, Tisia, 19, 49, 63, 64, 66 Barclay, Nancy, 28, 59, 66 Barkley, Martha Sue, 26, 65, 69, 73, 74 Barkley, Mike, 34, 68, 79 Barnett, Diana, 28, 63, 69, 73 Barrett, Billy, 26, 53, 69 Barrow, John, 26, 70, 84 Barrow, Linda, 28, 66 Battle, Russell, 31, 60, 79 Battle, Susan, 37 Beach, Betty, 25 Beane, Brenda, 34 Beane, Pattie, 38 Beane, Ralph, 34 Bearden, Donnie, 31, 61 Bearden, Jimmy, 34 Bearden, Larry Bearden, Phyllis, 19, 42, 43, 49, 58, ri} Bearden, Ray, 26, 61, 79, 89 Bearden, Ricky, 38, 70 Bearden, Rita, 31, 63 Bednego, Bessie, 26 Bednego, Mary, 31 Belcher, Brenda, 34 Belisle, Barbara, 12 Bell, Bonnie, 38 Bell, Ruby, 28, 69 Bennett, David, 19, 46, 67, 70, 76, 88, 89 Benton, Jeanne, 34, 63 Benton, Patti, 31 Berry, Tommy, 34, 67 Bice, Billy, 26, 61 Bice, Billy Joe, 31, 60, 79 Bice, Blane, 38 Bice, Danny Bice, Denise, 34 Bice, Donald Ray, 34 Bice, Kathy, 31 Bice, Larry, 38 Bice, Ricky, 34, 79 Bice, Roger, 28, 79 Bice, Sandra Bigger, Barbara, 28, 29, 63, 64, 73 Bigger, Cathy, 34, 67 Birdsong, Jan, 19, 52, 54, 63, 73 Blackmon, Alan, 38 Blackmon, Danny, 34 Blackmon, Mary Collins, 31 Index Bonilla, Ruben, 28, 60, 69 Boone, Phil, 312 Boothe, Ann, 31 Boothe, Bobby, 38 Boothe, Frances, 31 Boothe, Isaac, 31, 60 Boothe, James Ray, 31 Boothe, Janice, 31 Boothe, Judy, 31 Boothe, Linda, 26, 64, 73 Boothe, Nancy, 26, 56, 66 Boothe, Retta, 31 Boothe, Ricky, 34, 68 Bowden, Harriet, 26, 63, 64, 73 Bowden, Phoebe, 34, 63 Bowden, Waymon, 26 Boyd, Bobby Ray, 34 Boyd, Debbie, 28, 65, 73 Boyd, Linda, 31 Brand, Steve, 26, 61, 69 Brantley, Betty, 34 Brantley, Manfred, 38 Brantley, Melba, 34 Brazier, Patsy, 28, 63 Brazier, Teresa, 38 Bridges, Chris, 38 Bridges, Dawn, 34 Bridges, Sharon, 20, 47, 65, 73 Brown, Allen, 34 Brown, Brenda, 66 Brown, Carol, 28, 65, 69, 73 Brown, Charlie, 38 Brown, Jimmy, 19, 20, 42, 48, 50, 67, 70, 71, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89, 114 Brown, Pam, 28, 63, 65, 73 Camp, Debbie, 38 Campo, Mary, 312 Campo, Ricky, 28 Campo, Susan, 28 Cannon, Deborah, 28, 63, 69, 73 Cannon, Sandra, 20, 63, 73, 76 Cardone, Danny, 38 Cardone, Vince, 31, 89 Carlee, Calvin, 34 Carlee, James, 28, 61 Carlee, Lonnie, 34 Chambers, Terri, 34, 57 Clark, Danny, 38 Clark, Terry, 38 Collins, Wil, 34, 89 Corbett, Jeanetta, 28, 58, 73 Corbett, Regina, 34, 57 Corbett, W. C., 9, 76, 81, 84, 89 Crisswell, Mark, 34 Crowe, Beth, 28, 65, 73 Crownover, Scotty, 20, 46, 67 Cunningham, Debbie, 28, 62, 64, 73 Cunningham, Roy, 38 Cupp, Cheryl, 38 Cupps, Lee, 28, 61 Cupps, Vickie, 34, 63 Czeskleba, Eddie, 28 Czeskleba, Wilma, 34, 67 Daily, Kenny, 34, 67, 68 Darden, Judy, 38 Darden, Patsy, 28, 63, 66 David, Rita, 28, 63, 64, 69, 73 Davis, Terry, 26, 60, 61, 70, 84, 89 Day, Joey, 34 DeMent, Susie, 13, 56, 74, 87 Eady, Alice, 34 Eddings, Beth, 31 Eddings, Boyd Edfeldt, Carolyn, 15, 65, 74 Edfeldt, Susan, 29, 65, 73 Edwards, Brenda, 29, 66 Edwards, Carole, 20, 45 Edwards, Don, 31, 61 Edwards, Kathy, 34 Edwards, Linda, 31 Edwards, Peggi, 29, 69, 73 Edwards, Sonya, 20, 47, 56, 66 Evans, Carol, 38 Fancher, David, 34, 67, 68 Fancher, Stephen, 38 Farrington, Kathryn, 11 Fletcher, Judy, 38 Fochtmann, Herman, 34 Fochtmann, Nathan, 31 Fochtmann, Pleasia, 20, 56, 63, 66 Fountain, Beth, 38 Fountain, Kenneth, 20, 48, 61 Franklin, Gary, 38 Franklin, Jackie, 34 Frye, Bill, 70, 79 Frye, Troy, 35, 67, 79 Fullman, Karen, 31 Galloway, Barry, 38 Galloway, Larry, 26 Garrett, Debbie, 8, 35, 67 Garrett, Dee Dee, 26, 64, 66, 73, 74 Genry, Phil, 31, 60 Genry, Tim, 31, 60, 79 Gentry, Greg, 35, 67 Gibson, Cecil, 38 Glass, Doris, 38 Glass, Rita, 38 Glosson, Dennis, 26, 61 Goad, Jon, 38 Goggins, Bonnie, 31 Goggins, Kathy, 38 Goggins, Marie, 31 Goggins, Marshall, 31, 60 Goggins, Roy, 26, 70, 79, 81, 82 Goodwin, Terry, 11 Grady, William, 29, 69 Gray, Jeff, 29, 65, 69, 73, 74 Green, David, 35 Green, Kay, 26, 63, 64, 73 Green, Lynn, 31, 63 Green, Marcia, 26, 64, 66, 73 Green, Missy, 38 Green, Peggy, 13, 73 Green, William, 35 Greenlea, Arthus, 10 Guthrie, Karen, 38 Guthrie, Mike, 26, 67, 70, 79, 82, 89 Guy, Pam, 29, 65, 73 Guy, Susan, 38 Haggins, Faye, 38 Hall, Bobby, 35, 67 Hall, Deanie, 29, 65 Hall, Jimmy, 31, 61 Hall, Kenneth, 38 Hall, Steve, 29 Hamilton, Annette, 35 Hamilton, Roger, 31, 60 Hamm, Jo Ann, 20, 56 Hammett, Linda, 38 Hamrick, Becky, 35, 63 Harper, Phillip, 32, 60 Harper, Rosetta, 21, 48, 56, 63, 66, 73 Harrell, Tithie, 26, 63, 64, 73 Harris, David, 38 Harris, Terry, 32, 63 Harris, Tommy, 26, 79 Harrison, Danny, 32 Hatcher, Betty Jo 26, 63, 65, 73 Hatcher, Kenny 35, 68 Hayes, Bruce, 32 Hayes, Jerry, 32 Haynie, Randy, 32, 61, 70, 79 Hendrix, Patricia, 35 Hensley, Brenda, 39 Hensley, Edna, 35 Hensley, Tommy, 32 Hernandez, Conchita, 8, 35, 63, 67 Herron, Diane, 21, 46 Hill, Peggy, 12 Hogge, Kathy, 35 Holland, Clay, 39 Holland, Sherman, 29, 79 Holsomback, Danny, 26, 61 Holsomback, Sherry, 29, 63 Hood, Becky, 39 Horton, Brenda, 26, 73 Horton, Charlotte, 32 Horton, Cherie, 29, 63, 66 Horton, John, 39 Horton, Melonie, 39 Horton, Ronnie, 21, 47, 61 Hubbard, Nora, 29, 65 Hughes, Peggi, 35 Hyde, Carol, 32 Hyde, Wayne, 32, 60 Ingram, Benjy, 35 Ingram, Bobby, 29, 61, 67, 89 Jackson, Shelia, 21, 65, 74 Jackson, Teresa, 8, 19, 21, 56, 71, 73, 76, 114 Jarvis, Galeon, 32 Johnson, Karen, 35, 63 Johnson, Lillyus, 35 Johnson, Sedalia, 26, 73 Johnson, Susan, 32 Johnston, Mary, 26, 64, 73, 74 Jones, Billy Paul, 32 Jones, Jan, 39 Jones, Sandra, 29, 63, 69, 73 112 Kaufman, Becky, 29, 63, 69, 73 Kaufman, Randy, 39 Kieth, Kathy, 21, 46, 66 Kemp, Bobby, 39 Kemp, Ray, 39 Kimbrell, Chuck, 35 Kimbrell, Philip, 39 Kirkland, Carol, 35, 57 Kish, Ricky, 39 Knowles, Becky, 32 Knowles, Melissa, 26, 65, 69, 73, 74 Kromer, Charlie, 35 Kromer, Ronnie, 39 Lagrone, Sherry, 32 Langford, Naomi, 11 Lawler, Dian, 26, 44, 54, 62, 73 Lawler, Phil, 35 Lawley, Charlotte, 32 Lawley, Donna, 22 Lawley, Evelyn, 39 Lawley, Jean, 26, 66 Lawley, Joyce, 39 Lawley, Kathy, 35 Lawley, Mike, 39 Lawley, Susan, 29, 63, 66, 73 Lawley, Vikki, 32, 57 Lewis, Mary Ellen, 22, 42, 44, 54, 64, 71, 73,114 Lien, Doris, 14, 55 Lien, Judy, 29, 58, 63, 73 Lien, Krist, 39 Lightfoot, Kirk, 35 Lilly, Geunithey, 35 Lilly, Joyce, 39 Loggins, Gary, 39 Loggins, Glenn, 39 Long, Opal, 17 Lovejoy, Lonnie, 26, 61 Lovejoy, Susan, 29, 63 Lovelady, Eddie, 8, 22, 47, 49, 56, 67, 70, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89 Lovelady, Joe, 26, 67, 70, 79, 84, 89 Lovelady, Joey, 39 Lovelady, Louise, 39 Lovelady, Nan, 32, 64 Lovelady, Patti, 29, 63, 65, 73 Lucas, Bobby, 29 Lucas, Connie, 35 Lucas, Darlene, 29, 63, 69, 73 Lucas, Dianne, 29, 63, 69, 73 Lucas, Donna, 39 Lucas, Gabriella, 35 Lucas, Hattie, 22, 42, 44, 48, 59, 63, 66, 73 Lucas, Jennie, 27, 51, 65, 73 Lucas, John, 27 Lucas, Patsy, 35, 63 Lucas, Ray, 32 Lucas, Roger, 35 Lucas, Roy, 39 Lucas, Sylvia, 29, 63 Lucas, Tim, 35 McClure, Martha, 17 McCulley, Becky, 39 McCulley, John, 29, 67, 70, 89 McCulley, Mary, 22, 46, 69, 73 McEntee, Julie, 32 McGaughy, Dale, 39 McGaughy, David, 27 McGaughy, Mark, 35, 67, 68 McGaughy, Rebeca, 17, 62 McGlown, Joanne, 32, 53, 63, 64 McGlown, Kathlyn, 12 McGraw, Maenolia, 14 McMath, Pam, 39 Majors, Patricia, 35 Majors, Wayne, 30, 61, 79, 80 Martin, Charles, 13, 70, 74, 81 Martin, Chuck, 39 Martin, Gary, 30, 70, 89 Martin, Harry, 39, 79 Martin, William, 32, 60 Mathison, Leslie, 27, 74, 79 Mathison, Stephanie, 26, 35 Mayo, Lieser, 35, 63, 67 Merijanian, Randy, 32 Middlebrooks, Terry, 33, 79 Milford, Anne, 11, 63[ Milford, Guy, 5, 9, 71 Miller, Joe, 33, 114 Miller, John, 39 Miller, Ricky, 33 Mims, Robbie, 22, 56, 73 Mitchell, Janice, 35 Moore, Johnny, 33, 60 Moreland, Barbara, 30, 35, 63, 66, 73 Moreland, Mike, 35, 68 Morgan, Carol, 39 Morgan, Gail, 39 Morgan, Shirlene, 30, 62, 66, 73 Morris, Bill, 33, 61 Morris, Douglas, 10, 67 Morris, Lottie, 33, 64 Morris, Ninna, 30, 66, 73 Morris, Randy, 36 Muehlbauer, Gary, 67, 89 Nabors, Dale, 63, 23, 56 Nannini, Alan, 23, 61, 79, 81 83 Nathews, Ann, 36, 57, 68 Nathews, Bill, 30, 70, 84, 89 Nelson, Charles, 33, 60 Nelson, Wayne, 33, 60, 79 Nichols, Ann, 27 Nichols, Randy, 33, 60, 89 Nix, Cathy, 23, 62, 64, 69, 71, 73,74 Nix, Cindy, 63 Nix, James, 39, 79 Nix, John, 29, 30 Nix, Mack, 23, 49 Nix, Mike, 30, 79 Nordan, Judy, 23, 59, 63, 73 Northcutt, Brenda, 36 Northcutt, Mike, 39 Norton, Donna, 33, 64 Norton, Richard, 39 O’Neal, Bill, 36 O’Neal, Debbie, 33 Orr, Laurie Gene, 27, 62, 64, 73 Otts, Debbie, 33 Otts, George, 39 Otts, Leslie, 35, 60 Otts, M. J., 27, 79 Owens, Connie, 30, 65 Owens, Debra, 30, 69, 73 Pack, Tim, 36, 68 Page, Shelia, 27 Parker, Ann, 14 Parker, Bobbie, 27, 62, 64, 67 Parker, Courtney, 27, 65, 76, 73 Parker, Mike, 36 Partridge, Lynn, 27, 63, 73 Payne, Debbie, 39 Payne, Gerry, 33, 79 Pearson, Mike, 36 Pearson, Ronnie, 40 Pendleton, Debbie, 36, 63, 67, 68 Pendleton, Emily, 10, 114 Pendleton, Greg, 36, 67, 79 Phillips, Dottie, 27, 63, 65, 73 Phillips, Larry, 33, 60 Pickett, Benny, 37 Pickett, Donna, 40 Pickett, Donna Gail, 40 Pickett, James, 27 Pickett, Larry, 27, 61 Pickett, Louie, 40 Pickett, Mike, 27, 61 Rekett, Regina, 36 Pickett, Ricky, 40, 67 Pickett, Sandy, 36, 63 Pickett, Suzanne, 33, 64 Pickett, Terry, 27, 79 Pickett, Wayne, 30, 61, 70 Plant, Jan, 33 Polk, Ernie, 33 Polk, Joan, 27, 73 Polk, Michael, 30, 60 Polk, Tommy, 33 Pope, Henrietta, 36, 63 Pope, Rose, 40 Potts, Howard, 33, 60, 64 Price, Naomi, 33 Price, Trudy, 27 Putman, Jamey, 30, 65, 73 Putman, Melody, 40 Reeder, Mary Lou, 28, 54, 64 Reynolds, Bruce, 23, 61, 70, 79, 81, 83 Reynolds, Keith, 89 Reynolds, Tom, 40 Rhodes, Danny, 33, 60 Rice, Larry, 24, 61 Rice, Ronnie, 33, 60 Richardson, Gary, 24, 48, 74, 84, 85 Roberts, Laura, 24 Roberts, Paul, 36, 37, 67, 68 Robinson, Edward, 15 Rochester, Debbie, 30, 63, 64, 73 Russell, Debbie, 24, 42, 47, 56, 63, 73, 74 Russell, Don, 33, 60 Russell, Eddie, 36 Russell, Pat, 30, 65, 69 Sanders, Billy, 40 Scott, Becky, 40 Scott, Bob, 19, 24, 45, 67, 70, 71, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89,114 Scott, Susan, 30, 65, 69, 73 Seaman, David, 30 Seaman, Janice, 36 Seaman, Lolly, 28, 65, 73, 74 Sears, Sally, 30, 65, 70, 73 Sharp, Hazel, 14 Shaw, Beth, 36 Shipley, Janice, 30, 64, 69 Simpson, Adelle, 5, 24, 49, 54, 62, 64, 71, 73, 114 Sims, Cathy, 39, 30, 65 Sims, Dennis, 36 Sims, Mike, 24, 47, 61, 70, 79, 81, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89 Sims, Nancy, 40 Smith, Betty, 10 Smith, Paul, 37 Smith, Terry, 37 Smith, William, 40 Smitherman, Becky, 30, 65, 69 Smitherman, Donna, 33 Smitherman, Julia, 40 Smitherman, Tom, 40 Spain, Robin, 37 Spears, Eddie, 33, 60 Spears, James, 40 Spears, Mitchell, 24, 45, 70 Spicer, Clay, 40 Sproul, Burney, 33 Sproul, Sharon, 30, 63, 65, 69, 73 Stanley, Joe, 33 Stano, Charles, 30, 61, 89 Stano, Emma Jean, 33 Steele, Sandra, 37, 63 Stevens, Jan, 37 Stewart, John, 30 Stewart, Mary, 28 Stoudemire, Juraline, 12 Strickland, Sammy, 30 Surface, Jimmy, 28, 67, 70, 84, 86, 87, 89 Swann, Wanda, 37 Taylor, Billy, 25, 61 Taylor, Jack, 40 Taylor, Steve, 67 Taylor, Tommy, 33 Thomas, Jimmy, 30, 67, 69, 70, 89 Thomas, Theresa, 37 Thompson, Anthony, 28, 61, 70, 84 Thompson, Gloria, 30, 63, 64, 66, 73 Thompson, Leon, 28, 69 Thompson, Sandra, 28, 66, 73 Thornton, Melton, 16, 61 Tinsley, Claire, 33, 57 Tinsley, Don, 30 Tinsley, Pete, 37, 67 Tolbert, Brenda, 24, 56 Tolbert, Roy, 30, 69 Vann, Pam, 37, 63 Van Ells, Joe, 40 Van Tuyll, Hubert, 40 Varden, Karen, 28, 63, 73 Vassar, Christine, 40 Vassar, Elaine, 33 Vaughn, Randy, 40 Wallace, Nelson, 40 Ward, Debbie, 24, 45, 62, 65, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 114 Watson, David, 33, 60, 89 Watson, Jane, 37, 57 Weaver, Sarah, 28, 65, 69, 73, 74 West, Ric, 25, 67 West, Robert, 28, 67, 69 West, Sherri, 30, 63, 64, 69 White, Joan 40 White, William, 25, 67, 79, 81, 83, 88, 89 Williams, Bonnie, 40 Wilson, Ed, 40 Wilson, Jeff, 28, 67, 69, 89 Winslett, Eddie, 37, 67, 68, 89 Winslett, Marilyn, 30, 59, 63, 73 Winslett, Shaon, 9, 25, 44, 54, 62, 64, 71, 73,114 Winslett, Stanley, 30, 89 Wolfe, Anthony, 37, 68 Wolfe, Sharmaine, 30, 64, 66 Wooley, Davis, 33, 89 Wooley, Dayle, 30 Wooley, Nancy, 28, 63, 69, 73 Wright, Debra, 40 Wright, Mike, 37 Wright, Sherry, 25, 48, 63, 65, 73 Wyatt, Danny, 28, 84 Wyatt, Patricia, 30, 58, 63, 73 Yancey, Betty, 13, 83 Yancey, Randy, 40 Yancey, Ricky, 67, 89 Youngblood, Jean, 37, 67 Youtz, Carol, 37, 63 Youtz, Jimmy, 25, 46, 49, 67 Zahumensky, Cathy, 37 Teresa Jackson Jimmy Brown Mary Ellen Lewis Joe Miller Administration and Typist Sports Clubs Photography Montala Staff Cathy Nix Mrs. Emily Pendleton Editor-in-chief Sponsor Sharon Winslett Bob Scott Debbie Ward Adelle Simpson Business Manager Advertising Activities Classes 114 15 117 119 120


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