Montevallo High School - Montala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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= j yy Lh eee : | A MONTALA 1970 Presented by the National Honor Society Montevallo High School Montevallo, Alabama We Walk Together We Walk Together Contents Introduction Academics Organizations Activities Sports Advertising We Walk Together - In reflection on the past, faith in the present, and belief in the future. Day to day experiences based on reflection, faith, and belief bind us together as we move through the school year, It is the hope of the MONTALA staff that MONTALA '70 has captured and recorded experiences filling the 1969-1970 MHS school term. We strive to show MHS students and faculty together as they explore all facets of school life: academics, organizations, school events, and sports. y » Ss] ome ® rs a : We Walk Together at MHS learning, living, teaching each other, In the classroom students delve into the past to gain insight for understanding the present. From this newly acquired knowledge MHS'ers then form concepts for planning their future. As students learn more about the fields they study, their instructors also share in learning experiences. In daily contact, students and teachers enlighten each other about the business of living and learning. We Walk Together because of the cohesive force of clubs and organizations, Each Tuesday a 40-minute activity period is devoted to club meetings, However, some organizations such as the publication staffs and band spend many hours after school to perfect their skills, Taking part in extra-curricular activities, students not only come to know each other better, but as a group have the chance to carry out service projects on school and community levels, We Walk Together in the excitement of “special” events at MHS. School is books, teachers, classes, long Mondays, and even longer Fridays; but school is also a sock- hop after the game and the glamour of long awaited dances. It is the suspense of school elections or Honor Society initiations, and a sigh of relief when one can put away books and just relax, All these are the activities that draw us together in excite- ment and anticipation, We Walk Together in the exacting competition of high school sports, Through the varied programs offered at MHS young athletes develop both physi - cally and mentally. Besides providing an outlet for individual achievement, it teaches each participant the importance of responsibility and team work, Through long hours of practice and decisive games a feeling of fellowship manifests itself among team members, This spirit conveys itself not only to spectators but to the student-body at large, p=! SY Vy Bre ge He a HI Aol Lt roti satan ACADEMICS MR, JIMMY JONES - Assistant Principal, Guidance Counselor, Coach MRS. OPAL LONG Secretary MR, W, C, CORBETT - Principal Office Keeps MHS Running Smoothly The central force of any school is its administra- tion and faculty. Coordinating the efforts of teachers, guiding students, and executing school business are a few of the daily duties for maintaining a harmonious atmosphere and an orderly school day. Mr. Corbett, Mr. Jones, and Mrs. Long help keep the MHS office running smoothly. MRS, FRANCES ANTHONY - English MR. JOSEPH DiORIO - French MRS, MARY HOLT WILLIAMS - Spanish, English MRS, CAROLYN EDFELDT - English, Journalism, = MRS, ANN PARKER - English, Remedial Reading. Teachers Build Language Skills Regardless of what course of study a student is following, a thorough background in English is necessary, For those who are college-bound a foreign language may also be required. The language department at MHS offered first year French and Spanish this year in addition to English and remedial reading. MRS, BETTY YANCEY - Girl's P.E, MR, CHARLES MARTIN - History, Driver's Ed., Coach MR, LAWRENCE McGRAW - Boy's P.E, MRS, SARA CAIRNS - History, English Old and New Combined Make All-Around Student A knowledge of the old and new is equally important for a complete education, Each MHS student is required to complete four history courses, While history class concentrates on the past, physical education teachers strive to make each MHS'er a stronger, healthier individual. MRS. MAENOLIA McGRAW - MRS, BLANCHE COGER - History History, English Students of science and math are taught to deal in facts and logic. The same process of logical reasoning needed to solve an intricate scientific or mathematical equation is also applicable to all other areas of the individual student's work, MR, WILLIAM REID - Science, Matt Science Build Reasoning MR. DOUG MORRIS - Math MR. JOHN CLOPTON - Science, History sy), dk ae “. MRS, MARTHA McDONALD - Math MR, LARRY JOE PICKETT - Math Ability MRS, BETTY SMITH - Math, Science MRS, EMILY PENDLETON - Science Applying business practices to mock situations in class serves as a preparatory course for students entering the business world, Business curriculum includes typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and business law, MISS SUSIE DeMENT - Typing, Shorthand School Life Encourages MRS, PEGGY GREEN - Bus, Law, History MR, JOHNNIE McCLAIN - Bookkeeping, History Band and chorus enables students to develop their musical talents, Another enjoyment of many students is reading, MHS's accredited library is available for use before and during school hours, MRS. DORIS LIEN - Band, Chorus Skill in Many Areas MRS, NAOMI LANKFORD - Assistant Librarian MRS, ANNE MILFORD - Librarian MRS, REBECCA McGAUGHY - Home Economics Striving to develop the individual person as well as the individual's skills is a prime concern of vocational teachers. Working on a one to one basis is the plan for individual achievement in the special education class, MRS, FANNIE MAE CARDEN - Special Ed. MR, MELTON THORNTON - Agriculture Upkeep of School and Lunchroom Big Job It is the job of Mr. Ivey Sims to keep campus facilities in good working order while the lunchroom staff daily undertakes the task of preparing lunch for the MHS student body. MR, IVEY SIMS - Maintenance MRS, E. PASCHEL, MRS, F, ALEXANDER, MRS, E, SMITH, MRS, O, EDWARDS, MRS, E, EDWARDS, AND MRS, G. MITCHELL - Lunchroom Manager, Happiness Is — Senior - that awesome title of superior- Wayne Alexander Shannon Allen ity; the all-time status symbol. This Beth Anthony Linda Anderson Tommy Arledge Martha Barkley o portraits. My nose is too big, my smile is - | fakey, my hair is messed up, and there's prestige reaps many benefits. The term earns wide-eyed wonder from underclass- men - " Gee! A Senior! " and a teensy bit of advice from the faculty. " You Seniors are responsible, mature young adults now. So act like it! " Seniors earn material rewards - " My ring's too big. I'll lose it. " " I look absolutely horrible in my a zit on my chin,” : " I addressed all my inside envelopes upside down, " " Just two weeks, three days, six hours ...” , " Sign my memory book and don't you :; dare write anything dirty-... oops ... : that wasn't my book! " | = Billy Barrett John Barrow - Ray Bearden Bill Bice ay Linda Boothe , 2° ow Debi Boyd Marvin Carnes Larry Coleman Eddie Craig Patricia Craig Being a Senior! Terry Davis Ruby Dunning Larry Fields Angela Fomby Larry Galloway DeeDee Garrett Roy Goggins Jesstina Grant Kay Green Marcia Green Senior class officers Danny Wyatt, president; Mary Lou Reeder, sec- retary; Roy Goggins, vice- president; and Tommy Harris, treasurer; pose on front steps. Sedalia Johnson Ben King 32 Mary Johnston Melissa Knowles Happiness is also - Being a senior at a party! Mike Guthrie Deanie Hall Tithie Harrell Brenda Harris Tommy Harris Betty Jo Hatcher Louise Hawkins Danny Holsomback Brenda Horton Upsorn Jaroensastraraks Dian Lawler Jean Lawley Daisy Lewis Charlotte Lilly Shirley Lilly Lonnie Lovejoy Joe Lovelady Jennie Lucas Leslie Mathison Ronnie McCary David McGaughy Trudy Michels James Mitchell Ninna Morris Gary Muehlbauer Jo Ann Murray Ann Nichols Happiness is also - being Queen! Laurie Gene Orr M. J. Otts Sheila Page Courtney Parker Bobbie Jo Parker Lynn Partridge Madelyn Paschel Bettie Patrick Dottie Phillips James Pickett Larry Joe Pickett Mike Pickett Wayne Pickett Terry Pickett Joan Polk Joe Postell Mary Lou Reeder Larry Rice Lolly Seaman Charles Stano Mary Stewart Steve Taylor aS Lucky seniors get to help " direct traffic " at P.T.A. Open House, Anthony Thompson Happiness is finally - getting measured, Glenda Thompson Leon Thompson Not pictured is Senior Alex Wayne Lilly Sandra Thompson Don Tinsley Yvonne Walker Sarah Weaver Estes White Earnest Williams Jeff Wilson Nancy Wooley Danny Wyatt Rick Yancey JUNIORS Nancy Barclay Diana Barnett Linda Barrow Rita Bearden Ruby Bell Roger Bice Barbara Bigger Valerie Bolding Carol Brown Eddie Brown Pam Brown Della Burns Ricky Campo James Carlee Bruce Conwell Jeanetta Corbett Charles Cottingham Debbie Cunningham Junior officers Susan Edfeldt, rreas.; Debbie Cunningham, Sec.; Pam Brown, V.P.; and Jeanetta Corbett, Pres. pose for picture. Underclass Enrollment Shows Increase Lee Cupps Eddie Czeskleba Patsy Darden Rita David Hoyt Eason Susan Edfeldt Brenda Edwards Linda Edwards Peggy Edwards Bill Frye Michael Gibson Frank Gilbert Dennis Glossom Ronald Goode William Grady Jeff Gray Freddie Green Pam Guy Jimmy Hall Steve Hall Sandra Harper Norman Hicks Willie Hicks Sherman Holland Sherry Holsomback Cherie Horton Jane Horton Nora Hubbard Joel Hudson Bobby Ingram Michael Jackson Susan Jackson Sandra Jones Becky Kaufman Sharmaine Lawley Susan Lawley Judy Lien Dennis Lilly Susan Lovejoy Patti Lovelady Darlene Lucas Diane Lucas John Lucas Sylvia Lucas Joe Miller Larry Montgomery Barbara Moreland Shirlene Morgan Bill Nathews Callie Naugher Edward Naugher Echol Nix John Nix Mike Nix David Nunn Debbie Otts Connie Owens Debbie Owens Marion Paschel Michael Polk Jamey Putman Debbie Rochester Paul Rutledge Susan Scott David Seaman Sally Sears Robert Seay Roddy Selman Janise Shipley Cathy Sims Becky Smitherman Roger Smitherman Sharon Sproul William Sproul Anthony Staffney John Stewart Sammy Strickland Jimmy Thomas Walter Thomas Evelyn Thompson Roy Tolbert Charles Valentine Stan Winslett Dayle Wooley We come bearing gifts, Patricia Wyatt SOPHOMORES Dolores Adkins Phillip Alexander Beverly Allen Russell Battle Billy Bice Cathy Bice Phil Boone Frances Boothe James Boothe Judy Boothe Retta Boothe Linda Boyd Mamie Brown Mary Campo Vince Cardone Beth Eddings Karen Fullman Bonnie Goggins Marshall Goggins Lynn Green Lynn Hall Roger Hamilton Michael Harris Ricky Harris Terry Harris Danny Harrison rommy Hensley Carol Hyde Galeon Jarvis Susan Johnson Becky Knowles Sherry Lagrone Alvin Latham Vicki Lawley Nan Lovelady Lettie Lucas Ray Lucas Theda McCray Julie McEntee Jo Ann MecGlown Randy Merijanian Ricky Miller John Mills David Minshew Carl Montgomery Johnny Moore Bill Morris Lottie Morris Charles Nelson Randy Nichols Donna Norton Leslie Otts Gerry Payne Larry Phillips Suzanne Pickett Ernie Polk Tommy Polk Howard Potts Naomi Price Doris Reed Ronnie Rice Donna Smitherman Burney Sproul Maggie Stallworth Emma Jean Stano Students spruce up the campus for Mr. Corbett Day. Nancy Taff Tommy Taylor Gloria Thompson Claire Tinsley Elaine Vasser Charlotte Vernon Patricia Waters David Watson Davis Wooley Ronny Yancey FRESHMEN Dolores Allen Ronnie Allen Curtis Anderson Lloyd Anderson John Baker Mike Barkley Laura Beal Brenda Bean Ralph Bean Jimmy Bearden Jeanne Benton Patti Benton Denise Bice Ricky Bice Cathy Bigger Danny Blackmon Issac Boothe Janice Boothe Ricky Boothe Phoebe Bowden Bobby Boyd Babs Brantley Melba Brantley Dawn Bridges Allen Brown Terry Chambers Will Collins Regina Corbett Mark Criswell Vicky Cupps Wilma Czeskleba Kenny Dailey Joey Day Alice Eady Robert Eason Boyd Eddings Kathy Edwards David Fancher Jackie Franklin Troy Frye Debbie Garrett Phillip Genry Greg Gentry David Green William Green Bobby Hall Annette Hamilton Becky Hamrick Philip Harper Randall Harrison Kenny Hatcher Bruce Hayes Randy Haynie Patricia Hendrix Edna Hensley Conchita Hernandez Kathy Hogge Peggy Hughes Wayne Hyde Benjy Ingram Karen Johnson Lillyus Johnson Billy Paul Jones Carol Kirkland Phil Lawler Connie Lawrence Patricia Lett Kirk Lightfoot Connie Lucas Gabriella Lucas Patsy Lucas Roger Lucas Tim Lucas Mark McGaughy Patricia Majors William Martin Stephanie Mathison Barbara Moore Mike Moreland Randy Morris Ann Nathews Wayne Nelson Cindy Nix Bill O'Neal Tim Pack Debbie Pendleton Greg Pendleton David Pickett Regina Pickett Sandy Pickett Wayne Pickett Henrietta Pope Danny Rhodes James Robinson Janice Seaman Randy Selman Beth Shaw Dennis Sims Paul Smith Terry Smith Robin Spain Eddie Spears Sandra Steele Jan Stephens Pam Vann David Waters Jane Watson Sandra White Anthony Wolfe Jean Youngblood Carol Youtz Cathy Zahumensky EIGHTH GRADE Susan Battle Pattie Bean Bonnie Bell Alan Blackmon Manfred Brantley Teresa Brazier Chris Bridges Charlie Brown Debbie Campo Danny Cardone P,T.A. Open House finds president Steve Smitherman making final check with Mr. Jones. Lonnie Carlee Danny Clark Terry Clark Roy Cunningham Cheryl Cupp Judy Darden Joanne Deason Wade Dennis Carol Evans Stephen Fancher Judy Fletcher Herman Fochtman Beth Fountain Doris Glass Rita Glass Jon Goad Rann Gordon Missy Green Karen Guthrie Susan Guy Faye Haggins Kenneth Hall Danny Harrell David Harris Brenda Hensley Clay Holland Becky Hood Melonie Horton Paula Houlditch Jan Jones Randy Kaufman Philip Kimbrell Evelyn Lawley Krist Lien Gary Loggins Joey Lovelady Donna Lucas Roy Lucas Becky McCulley Chuck Martin Harry Martin John Miller Carol Morgan Gail Morgan James Nix Brenda Northcutt Richard Norton George Otts Mike Parker Debbie Payne Donna Pickett Donna Gail Pickett Louie Joe Pickett Rickey Pickett Rose Pope Melody Putman Tom Reynolds Jeff Robins Becky Scott Ronald Selman Nancy Sims Joetta Smelley Julia Smitherman Tom Smitherman James Spears Clay Spicer Tommy Stewart Jack Taylor Pete Tinsley Joe Van Ells Christine Vassar Randy Vaughn Bonnie Williams Randy Yancey SEVENTH GRADE Keith Alexander Cathy Allen Ray Argo Billy Barrow Heidi Beach Kathy Beal Wesley Bearden Blane Bice Pete Bice Debra Boothe James Brantley Anita Clark Bill Clark Patricia Corbett Kathy Cupps Steve Dailey Joey Day Tim Dunaway Hope Eason Randy Edwards James Efferson Lyn Emfinger Elizabeth Frye Mary Jane Frye Barry Galloway Cecil Gibson Kathy Goggins Bert Green Bobbie Jo Green Debra Green Donna Mae Green Lyn Guthrie Diane Hall Linda Hammett Karen Hamric Tammy Harris Tim Harris Myra Harrison Sandra Hayes Susy Hernandez Chuck Hogge John Horton Stanley Horton Doug Houlditch Anne Johnson Jay Jones Bobby Kemp Cheryl Kish Cathy Lacey Marvin Lawrence Barry Lawley Belinda Joyce Lilly Terry Lovejoy Chuck Lovelady Debbie Lucas Diane Lucas Louise Lucas Marie Lucas Wanda Lucas Dale McGaughy Pam McMath Lori Merijanian Glenn Mitchell Ralph Moore Becky Morris Virginia Morris Mark Nelson Recardi Nelson Lynn Nix Russell Nolen Pat Northeutt Gloria Nunn Pam O'Neal Randell Owens Charles Pickett Pam Pickett Beth Pritchett Wilda Reeder Dwayne Riffe Rosemary Roberts Tony Rochester Debbie Rocko Randie Sears Bobby Sherrer Frankie Smith Frankie Smith Carlton Stanley Pam Steele Glen Stewart Roger Stewart Eddie Taff Susan Terry Patricia Thompson Mike Treglia Kathy Lawley Mike Lawley Junior Cheerer caught by surprise! Dwayne Varden Sharron Walker Kay Ward Gary White Steve Williams Bobby Wyatt SPECIAL EDUCATION Barry Alexander Gary Bice Bobby Boothe Wayne Boothe Michael Fields Raymond Franklin Marty Green David Harrison David Kemp Ray Kemp Ricky Kish Ronnie Kromer Junior high students enjoy sock hop in gym, ELEVENTH GRADE Randy Bonneville Steve Brand Patsy Brazier Patricia Brazzell Susan Campo Thomas Conwell Frances Hicks Frank Lightfoot Wayne Majors Gary Martin Debbie O'Neal Glenda Thompson STUDENTS NOT PICTURED TENTH GRADE Donnie Bearden Nathan Fochtman Freddie Green Cherie Horton Teresa Kish Andrew Lilly Keith Reynolds Joe Stanley SEVENTH GRADE Larry Bice Bobbie Bonneville Mike Jarvis Delilah Harris Denver Harris Randy Lucas Frances Mitchell Mike Northcutt NINTH GRADE Russell Bonneville Tim Genry Guenthey Lilly Jerry Rawlings Eddie Russell Wanda Swann EIGHTH GRADE Ricky Bearden Danny Bice Donald Ray Bice Jim Roberts ORGANIZATIONS v FLUTES Beth Anthony Beth Shaw Ann Nathews Terry Chambers Susan Scott Lolly Seaman Alice Eady Carol Kirkland Regina Corbett Courtney Parker CLARINETS Mary Lou Reeder Stephanie Mathison Melissa Knowles Martha Sue Barkley Pam Brown Sandra Harper Jane Watson Janice Seaman Delores Adkins Peggy Edwards Danny Cardone Pam Vann FRENCH HORNS Cathy Bigger BAND ROSTER Laurie Gene Orr Julie McEntee Mary Johnston Nora Hubbard Sally Sears Jeffrey Gray SAXOPHONES ALTO Dian Lawler Joanne McGlown Donna Smitherman Carol Brown Jon Goad David Fancher Becky Hood Sammy Strickland TENOR Kay Green BARITONE Bobby Ingram BASS CLARINET Becky Smitherman DRUMS Billy Barrett Stephen Fancher Concert Band Makes Jenny Lucas Kirk Lightfoot TRUMPETS Tommy Taylor Joe Van Ells Randy Merijanian DeeDee Garrett Krist Lien Debbie Cunningham Debbie Garrett Nan Lovelady Cathy Sims Dennis Lilly William Grady Phil Lawler BASS Mike Nix BARITONE M., J. Otts Howard Potts TROMBONES Vince Cardone Phil Boone Leslie Otts James Nix Two Appearances At the end of the football season each year, the MHS Marching Band transforms into a sixty-three piece concert group. Marching majorettes and football players assume their positions when the grid- iron season ends, Combining with the Chorus, this year's concert programs were presented during the months of December and May. Joanne McGlown, Librarian; Kay A Green, Secretary -Treasurer; ; Lolly Seaman, Second Vice- President; Debbie Cunningham, First Vice-President; Mary Lou Reeder, President, ia | vr , eee epee page pe ge gaye ] iy igs Bri SS a LT eS SS e ——— i —— ES pay an le The MHS Marching Band under the field direction of Dee Dee Garrett, drum major, participated in this year's Marching Festival in Gadsden. They also performed in Montevallo's Fall Festival and Christmas Parade. Band representatives pictured are Ann Nathews, James Nix, Randy Merijanian, Band members receiving the highest awards were and Pam Brown. Beth Anthony, Head Majorette; Dee Dee Garrett, Outstanding Senior; and Laurie Gene Orr, Most Outstanding Musician, After a year of preparation, the junior band made up of seventh and eighth graders will graduate to the " big " band. Performing during the spring concert, the group meets each day during the regular school term for practice sessions, The Chorus also under the direction of Mrs, Doris Lien meets daily as a regular class and performs with the band during the concert season, Highlighting the spring concert were soloists Ronnie McCary and Marion Paschel. Be as pianist, Smitherman serves Award winning majorettes pose for photographer, During the month of December they attended the Tuscaloosa Area Twirling Contest where they took four awards - First place in Corps Dance Twirl and Most Beautiful Costume, The two senior members, Beth Anthony and Mary Lou Reeder won the top places in Beauty and Solo Dance Twirl, respectively. MARY LOU REEDER BETH ANTHONY, Head NORA HUBBARD PAM BROWN 7 al OLIVER CROMWELL CARMICHAEL HALL Reading Club members pose as they visit the library at the University of Montevallo. Shown above are Tithie Harrell, Nancy Wooley, Julie McEntee, Karen Fullman, Nora Hubbard, Nan Lovelady, Jeffrey Gray, Sandra Jones, Peggy Edwards, Pam Brown, Martha Sue Barkley, Melissa Knowles, Sherry Lagrone, Suzanne Pickett, David McGaughy, Leon Thompson, Lolly Seaman, Billy Barrett, Susan Scott, Judy Boothe, Delores Adkins, Donna Smitherman, Diane Lucas, Diane Barnett, Charlotte Horton, Beverly Allen, Frances Boothe, Janice Shipley. Reading Club Members Become Critics The group meets monthly and discusses books and plays they have read, This year they chose to review ROMEO AND JULIET, ALICE'S RESTAURANT TRUE GRIT, and I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN, gis =i a By: z gt F mA by pu Rigi: ‘ a ry z ; Pa ; bw GS oh ol Vol. XXI—No. 13 MONTEVALLO HIGH SCHOOL Friday, Montevallo, Ala. 35115 Aprsj 10, 1970 NSPA AHSPA CSPA All-American First-Place Medalist SPOTLIGHT Continues to Win In Journalism Class, students learn methods that have continued to bring home awards, Teacher and sponsor, Mrs, Carolyn Edfeldt advises " Spotlighters " in basic journalism concepts. Co-editors Sarah Weaver and Dee Dee Garrett receive commendations on Awards Day from Mr, Cratie Corbett. teas | Journalists DeeDee Garrett, Leslie Mathison, Jeffrey Gray, Mike Nix, and Pam Brown say " no one goes home until the paper is put to bed. " Proofreaders David Seaman, Rita David, Stan Winslett, Jamey Putman, and Sarah Weaver check each stencil before it is run, Miss Susie DeMent, technical ad- visor and Jeff Wilson, staff artist admire the savings bond awarded to him by the SPOTLIGHT staff. Honor Society Taps Largest Group Ever Old NHS members pose together one more time after tapping new members May 13. Pictured above are Linda Anderson, Treasurer; Nancy Wooley; Dian Lawler; DeeDee Garrett; Lolly Seaman, Vice- President; Courtney Parker; Melissa Knowles; Beth Anthony; Linda Boothe; Martha Sue Barkley, Secretary; Sarah Weaver; Mary Lou Reeder; Bobby Jo Parker, President. National Honor Society provides such services to the school as publishing the yearbook, MONTALA, providing baby sitters at PTA meetings, and awarding honor buttons to students making first semester honor rolls. The 1970 Honor Society tapped thirty-one candidates, the largest group in MHS's history, for the 1971 chapter. Six of these were seniors Debi Boyd, Kay Green, Charlotte Lilly, Laurie Gene Orr, Leon Thompson, and Danny Wyatt. Mr. Bill Reid, Sponsor; Mike Nix, Sec- retary; Danny Wyatt, Bill Nathews, Vice- President; Stan Winslett, Ed Czesleba, President; Howard Potts, Greg Pendleton, Laurie Gene Orr, Joe Lovelady, William Grady, Dee Dee Garrett, Roy Goggins, Mr. John Clopton, Sponsor, Jr. Academy of Science Reorganizes Reorganizing during the 1969-70 school year, the Junior Academy of Science was under the direction of co-sponsors, Mr. John Clopton and Mr. Bill Reid. Peggy Edwards, Sally Sears, Jennie Lucas, Treasurer; Ricky Yancey, Tommy Arledge, Johnny Stewart, David McGaughy, Jeff Wilson. FTA members gather on the front steps for monthly meeting. FTA Active in School Affairs FTA is one of the largest clubs at MHS and is for those students interested in exploring teaching as a career, As a part of its service to the school, this organization provided teachers with aides to help them during the day. This chapter also sponsored Teacher-Appreciation Week and worked with PTA Open House and Mr, Corbett Day. In addition to local club activities, several members have also been active in district and state affairs. DeeDee Garrett has served as fifth district president during the current year and was also selected as Miss FTA of Alabama during the state convention. Susan Edfeldt has also been active on the state level while Kay Green has served as fifth district secretary. FTA officers are Mary Lou Reeder, President; Lolly Seaman; Susan Edfeldt; Bobbie Jo Parker; Carol Brown; Martha Sue Barkley. Sponsor Mrs, Carolyn Edfeldt confers with educator. Future teachers and future students. Leading FHA this year are Debbie Rochester, Corresponding Secretary; Judy Lien, Patricia Wyatt, Recreation Leaders; Beth Anthony, 2 Vice-President; Dian Lawler, President; Laurie Gene Orr, Recording Secretary; Pam Brown, Treasurer; Mrs, Rebecca McGaughy, Sponsor. FHA Projects Benefit School Other members of the executive council are Sherry Lagrone, Parliamentarian; Conchita Hernandez, Reporter; Carol Youtz, Historian. FHA members smile for their annual portrait. FHA‘ers have had numerous activities and projects for the year. They purchased shades for the home economics building and donated their time to make weekend visits to the Shelby County Nursing Home. In March the club sponsored a second spring fashion show with outfits from Simplicity patterns. A current project is to plant a wildflower garden in the proposed city park. The 1970 official slate of officers include President Roger Bice (center); Larry Pickett; Dennis Glosson; Wayne Pickett; Anthony Thompson; Mike Pickett; Charles Stano; Mr. M, Thornton, Advisor; Larry Rice; Lee Cupps. FFA Travels Pe i le th ie ae at EARWING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE Incoming officers for 1971 display motto. FF A'ers are a travelling group. During the year those boys having completed a year or more of vocational agriculture visited several large corporations such as Westinghouse, Abex, and Moore-Handley. They also toured vocational schools in Childersburg and Clanton, The group aided the school by running the concession stand at football games, trimming shrubbery, and planting grass. Montevallo chapter of Future Farmers " come together. " Tri-Hi-Y Under New Sponsorship The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y is to help develop high standards of Christian living. A project sponsored by this organization was a book and magazine drive for Draper Prison. Mrs, Fannie Mae Carden, new faculty member, became advisor to the club this year. mA Bobbie Jo Parker President _ Kay Green Tithie Harrell Vice President Secretary Becky Smitherman Treasurer Patti Lovelady Chaplain Mary Johnston Historian Dee Dee Garrett Reporter President Joe Lovelady presides over meeting. Dynamic Changes in The 1970 Student Council brought new ideas to MHS, The method of nominations for SC elections was a radical change. Funds were used to purchase carpet for the principal's office, water fountains for the Jr, High, and installation of a public tele- phone was carried out. Outgoing and incoming officers pose together, Student Council GUARANTEE The Student Council is composed of elected members from each homeroom in grades nine through twelve, Representatives are also appointed from seventh and eighth grades, Building of gym sidewalk was an undertaking promoted by the SC, El Club de Espafiol Se Organiza Spanish Club is a newly organized club under the direction of Mrs, Mary Williams. It is made up of interested members cur- rently taking Spanish, Officers meet with advisor. Spanish Club has a fiesta, Student points out basic Spanish phrases. Their various programs have included units on self-defense, judo, and physical therapy. The group also sponsored the Miss Merry Christmas ; e GAA officers and sponsor Contest and the Christmas a Mrs, Betty Yancey watch Dance, y the game, G.A.A. Pyramids The Girls Athletic Association is composed of 35 members who excel in physical education. “M” Club — Letter Organization Fourteen having excelled in sports are pictured. Membership in this organization must be earned, After being awarded a letter of achievement, ath- letes are qualified for membership in " M " Club. This organization was headed by Mr, Charles Martin. Math Club meets twice monthly to pre- pare students interested in participating in the math tournament each spring. Coaching the group is Mr, Doug Morris. Math Club officers work out problems in the organization, Math Club Adds Up President Vince Cardone leads the members in a discussion, Library Club Library Club is open to ninth grade students interested in reading. Mrs, Anne Milford is sponsor. Junior High Math Club Junior High Math Club meets every fourth Tuesday under the leadership of Mrs, Betty Smith and Mrs, Martha McDonald. Junior Science Club Visits Zoo Mrs, Emily Pendleton, sp onsor, shares copies of " Animal Tracks " with club offi- cers Roy Cunningham, President; Becky McCulley, Secretary; and John Miller, Vice President, Each year, Science Club members take a jaunt to celebrate the completion of their May science exhibits, This year, members boarded a bus for the Jimmy Morgan Zoo where Zoo officials treated the group to a guided tour. The group is affiliated with the Alabama Zoological Society and sponsored a " Zoo " assembly this year for the junior high school. Cheerleaders " take five. " V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Personality, yells, and stunts are all a part of cheerleading and are used as a basis for election as girls go through a rigorous judging program each year, In addition to leading the cheering section at football and basketball games the girls also sponsor " pep " rallies and school spirit contests and annually attend summer clinics. PATRICIA WYATT - Head SHIRLENE MORGAN JEANETTA CORBETT A ww 4 | ea QD = tA enum Pr rr ig i i | b PATTI LOVELADY NANCY BARCLAY CLAIRE TINSLEY JACKIE FRANKLIN TERRI CHAMBERS ANN NATHEWS WY “ko ® “oO o ® “hs ® ® —{— W _ oO c —_ —_ - Head REGINA CORBETT N SPAIN JANE WATSON ROBI Happiness Is Sometimes Belonging to winning cheering squad, Belonging to an active Student Council, Belonging to an " honorable " group. Belonging Belonging to a club that gets to dress ACTIVITIES Out-a'-Site — The traditional Homecoming parade was replaced this year by a daytime pep rally Friday at the stadium, Glenn Mitchell, winner of color-day award. Mad Bulldogs charge .. Homecoming ‘69 This year's homecoming festivities began with the annual bonfire on Thursday night. Cheerleaders chant - Jemison Panther burns, Half-time With Royalty Homecoming Queen for 1969, Dian Lawler, presented with roses by Joe Lovelady, Student Council President, Queen Dian (center) and attendants Claire Tinsley, Beth Anthony, Dee Dee Garrett, and Nancy Barclay. Evening Brings Formality Homecoming '69 ends with dance sponsored by Student Council, Queen poses with court, Everybody has a good time! MHS " first Miss Merry Christmas was selected at a school-wide assem - bly by out of town judges, The contestants were judged strictly on beauty. The Winners! The decision was hard, Miss Merry Christmas, Dottie Phillips (Center); and attendants Jane Watson, and Claire Tinsley. Christmas Beauty. Junior High students enjoy the fun, “Love Is Blue’ at MHS Queen Nora poses at dance given by Band. ‘70 Queen of Hearts, Nora Hubbard, (Center); and court; Dee Dee Garrett, Pam Brown, Courtney Parker, Debbie Boyd, Mr. Corbett Has His “Day” The MHS student body declared May 1, 1970, as Mr, Corbett Day in honor of principal, Mr. W. C. Corbett, FHA President Dian Lawler, pins boutonniere on the celebrity. Juniors and Seniors look on as friends dance, ‘Camelot’? Comes to Montevallo Couple discusses highlights of the evening. Echol Nix lets his " soul " show. Lords and Ladies take a break, Tired dancers rest on kingly thrones, Juniors Entertain Seniors Excalibur 1970 Who's Who Lists MOST VALUABLE TO THE SCHOOL; Joe Lovelady and Beth Anthony; MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Linda Anderson and Danny Wyatt. BEST ALL AROUND: Courtney Parker and Roy Goggins; FRIENDLIEST: Linda Boothe, Not pictured is Shannon Allen, MOST OUTSTANDING IN SUBJECT MAT - TER AREA; English, Sarah Weaver; Science, Rick Yancey; Math, Linda Anderson; His- tory, Bobbie Parker; Agriculture, Charles Stano; Business, Linda Boothe; Home Econ- omics, Beth Anthony. Dutstanding Students MOST COURTEOUS: Tommy Harris; BEST DRESSED: Billy BEST DANCER: Daisy Lewis; MOST CREATIVE: Terry Barrett, Lolly Seaman; MOST COURTEOUS: Martha Sue Pickett, Dian Lawler; BEST DANCER: David McGaughy. Barkley. MOST ATHLETIC: Marcia Green; MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: MOST INTELLECTUAL; Sarah Weaver, Not pictured is DeeDee Garrett, Jeff Wilson; MOST ATHLETIC: Larry Fields. M. J. Otts. Awards Day Honors Achievement Miss Susie DeMent, chairman of Awards Day, is presented with corsage by Linda Boothe to show appreciation of senior class for her efforts. Each year, at the end of the school year, students at MHS are honored by their teachers and classmates for special accomplishments during the school term, This year, over two hundred awards were presented by the chairman, Miss Susie DeMent, Reverend George Steincross of the Montevallo Baptist Church was guest speaker for the occasion, EDDIE CRAIG, Sportsmanship Award, LINDA ANDERSON, Tri-Hi-Y Award. in Many Areas — 5 ALL A STUDENTS - Conchita _ Hernandez, Cathy Zahumensky, “ Sarah Weaver, Linda Anderson, | ot a Jeanetta Corbett, Martha Sue Barkley, Becky McCulley, Pam Guy, Susan Edfeldt, Becky Hood, Linda Boothe, Eddie Czeskleba, COUNTY TYPING AWARD WINNERS - Tommy Taylor, Linda Boothe, Brenda Edwards, Ninna Morris, DANFORTH AWARD WINNERS - Tommy Harris, Linda PHYSICAL EDUCATION AWARDS - Laurie Gene Orr, Anderson, Joe Lovelady. Kathy Lawley, Judy Darden, Patsy Darden, Valarie Bolding, Evelyn Thompson, GOOD CITIZEN AND SEARCH FOR EXCELLENCE OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS - DeeDee Garrett, Beth WINNER - Linda Anderson, and BETTY CROCKER Anthony, and Mary Lou Reeder. AWARD WINNER - Martha Sue Barkley. Other Events Help Make Busy Year Thompson tourers bring Christmas cheer, Seniors " rummage " brings in needed revenue, SALLY SEARS, Teen Chairman for March of Dimes in Shelby County, helped those in need. ATHLETICS wk Sees we " 7 rT gS Members of the '69-'70 football team are: (1st ROW) R. Bice, J. Lovelady, R. Bearden, T. Pickett, R S. Allen, M. Guthrie, A. Staffney. (2nd ROW) R. Selman, R. Yancey, D. Bice, C. Valentine, B Genry, E. Nix, (3rd ROW) D. Minchew, A. Lilly, P Harry Martin, manager. . Goggins, T. Harris, . Frye, E. Craig, T. . Harper, R. Battles, B. Bice, L. Fields, L. Pickett, Pictured at front, Bulldogs Tie County Champ Cheerleaders honor players with a cake at pep rally. MHS opened the '69 season at Vincent on a rain- soaked turf with a hard-fought 14-6 victory, The Yellow Jackets scored first with a third-quarter touch- down, Minutes later the Bulldogs rallied on a 52-yard touchdown pass from Anthony Staffney to Larry Fields. Roy Goggins kicked the extra point. Fields added 6 more with a 62-yard TD romp. Goggins converted for the final point. In the first home appearance of the season the 'Dogs rapped Chelsea 40-6, Fullback Roy Goggins led the attack, taking across two touchdowns, kicking two extra points, and running a two-point conversion. A 63-yard TD pass from Staffney to Fields and a 27-yard TD pass from Rick Yancey to Staffney accounted for the remainder of the Bulldog scoring. Chelsea scored late in the fourth quarter for their only points. Despite a constant downpour, MHS made it three wins in a row on Thompson's home soil, The squad blanked the Warriors 26-0. Roy Goggins paced the Bulldogs with three touchdowns, one a 90-yard haul, Larry Fields scampered 25-yards to finish up Montevallo's TD's. Anthony Staffney hit Rick Yancey for two points. Dropping four points in conversion proved the difference as the Bulldogs toppled under the Clanton Tigers’ attack 16-12, Montevallo's Ray Bearden and Roy Goggins scored two first-quarter TD's to grab a12-0 lead. The Tigers roared back with a 78-yard kickoff return, and took advantage of a Bulldog fumble at the 37-yard line to complete the scoring. The two conversions clenched the game, Victory highlighted MHS Homecoming for the first time in eight years as the 'Dogs trounced the Jemison Panthers 22-8. Speedster Larry Fields romped for three touchdowns, one an 85-yard punt return, another a 79-yard scoring sprint. Staffney fired to Shannon Allen and Roy Goggins for two conversions. Jemison's lone score came in the second-quarter, Bulldogs pulled an upset when they whipped B. B. Comer 14-7 on Tiger territory. Comer led 7-0 until late in the third-quarter when Ray Bearden snatched a Tiger pass and romped 46 -yards for the first six points. A quick Anthony Staffney - Rick Yancey combination added the two-point conversion, Roy Goggins raced 71 yards on a fourth down punt for the final TD. The PAT fell short. The Tigers scored early in the first quarter. Frenzied action and nerve-splitting tension marked the No, 1 game of the year - Montevallo vs. Shelby County. The two teams, ranked first and second in the county, battled to an 8-8 deadlock on the Wildcats home ground. At halftime Shelby topped the Bulldogs 2-0 as the 'Cats blocked a punt into the end zone, The edge held until only 51 seconds remained, In the last minute of play Anthony Staffney looped a 35 yd. pass to Larry Fields to put the ball on the Shelby nine, Staffney bulldozed over in two plays, and Roy Goggins squeezed through for the tying two points, The Bulldogs clinched a County Championship tie by defeating the Calera Eagles 13-0. MHS scoring came in the first half as a stubborn defense blanked Calera. Fields and Yancey racked up the Bulldog points. Fields swept in from the nine for the first six points, while Quarterback Staffney waits anxiously from the sidelines. Yancey pulled a Staffney pass and paced 41 yards to paydirt, The two-point conversion failed. Rain, mud, and errors doomed MHS to a 28-20 loss to West Blockton, In a continuous rainfall, the Tigers moved in to stun the Bulldogs with a 14-6 halftime scoreboard. Montevallo points came as Staffney hit Yancey and Fields for short runs in the first half. Bulldog scoring then vanished until the final play when Alex Lilly grabbed a Tiger fumble for a 25 yard TD. Staffney and Fields teamed up for the final two points. MHS ended the '69 season in winning form, tripping the Oak Grove Tigers 15-14. The Bulldogs’ toll at 7-2-1, was their best record since 1961. The Bulldogs matched the Tigers with two touchdowns by Roy Goggins and Anthony Staffney. End Roger Bice pulled in a pass from Staffney following the first TD to add two points which tied the score at 8 all. Oak Grove scored again for a 14-8 lead but the extra point-attempt failed, The Bulldogs scored in the fourth quarter to tie the score. Goggins added the PAT which was the decisive margin. Halfback Fields leads the way. Injured Bulldog Tommy Harris watches from the sidelines, Referee awaits decision following toss. Criswell outsteps Chelsea back. A step toward victory as MHS gains a first down. Seniors wind up the season with an “eating meeting. " Banquet Ends Victorious Season Benchwarmer president Glen Yancey welcomes guest speaker. Head football coach Charles Martin receives autograph football from Bulldog captains. In the successful 7-2-1 campaign, five Bulldogs received special honors, Fullback Roy Goggins was named to the All-Midstate Conference and All- County teams, Receiving honorable mention for the Midstate team were Larry Fields and Anthony Staffney. Other Bulldogs named for all-county honors were Larry Fields, Echol Nix, and Rick Yancey. Cagers Complete a 15-8 Season Pictured above are A team members Rick Yancey, Anthony Staffney, Jimmy Surface, Alex Lilly, Danny Wyatt, Andrew Lilly (manager), Joe Postell, Bill Natthews, Wayne Alexander, Joe Lovelady, and Shannon Allen, Opponent Opponent Thompson Indian Springs Winfield Oak Grove Childersburg Vincent Pell City Chelsea Surface leaps high to block an opponent's basket. Montevallo meets Thompson in an Invitational Tourna- ment, MHS's two big men, 6'4 " Wayne Alexander and 6'5 " Jimmy Surface, set the pace for a 15-8 season, Alexander made both the All-County and All-Area Tournament teams. Leading the Bulldogs in scoring and rebounding, Surface was also selected for all tournament honors, Lacking in height, but not in determination and hustle, the MHS B-Team compiled a 19-5 record and won second place in the county tournament, All-County B-Team honors went to Michael Harris, Andrew Lilly, and Rodger Smitherman, Led by John Baker, Mark Criswell, and David King (MVP), the Junior Team took first place in the county tournament. Wyatt jumps high to capture the ball, As Thompson shoots, players await the outcome, Trackmen Place in State Meet MHS's cindermen, under the direction of Mr. Charles Martin, competed in three track meets for 1970. In each meet - County, Mid-State Confer- ence, and State, the Bulldogs brought home ribbons. Members of the MHS track team are; (Front row) Bill Natthews, Larry Fields, Ray Bearden, Harry Martin, Jeff Wilson, (Back row) Ronnie Yan- cey, Mike Guthrie, Ricky Yancey, Jimmy Surface, Shannon Allen, Keith Reynolds, Kenny Hatcher, With coaches Jimmy Jones and Bill Reid the team takes time out for a picture. (FRONT ROW) Rodger Smitherman, Mark Criswell, Anthony Thompson, David Seaman, Danny Rhodes, Wayne Pickett, Phillip Harper, Andrew Lilly, Will Collins, Vince Cardone, (ROW 2) Dennis Lilly, Randy Nichols, Tommy Harris, Charles Stano, John Baker, Joe Lovelady, Michael Harris, David Watson, Roger Bice, Mr. Nichols, Season Ends at 6-7 Senior Charles Stano gets in the swing of things! Senior players Pickett, Harris, Stano, Lovelady, Bice, and Thompson pose with head baseball coach Jones, MHS ended the '70 season one game under ,500 with a 6-7 mark, Seniors Joe Lovelady and Anthony Thompson led the Bulldog batters, hitting .878 and .342 respectively. 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