Montevallo High School - Montala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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Treasure Those Memories — 1981 Montala Montevallo High School Montevallo, Alabama 1981 Dedication — Mrs. Barbara Belisle The Montala staff is proud to dedicate the 1981 yearbook to Mrs. Barbara Belisle. As an English teacher, she demonstrates a love for language and a help- ful, patient nature. As a speech instructor she interests students in debate, speech making, and more effective communication. As drama club sponsor, ibe provides students with a chance to express themselves and learn about the- atre arts firsthand. These are just a few of the ways Mrs. Belisle has enriched M HSers’ lives. a More importantly, she has influenced MHS students with her pleasant per- sonality. She is an inspiration to everyone and being a student under Mrs. Beli- sle means being challenged to excel, to learn, and to grow. TSN EK Eo) - S O or. ? on | Po e Use ] 4 sect, Page J Activities Page J} | 2 From The Columbia Picture, Rastar Production “THE WAY WE WERE” Lyric by ALAN and THE WAY WE WERE MARILYN BERGMAN Music by MARY, A Key to Treasure A photo is a key. One photograph has as many meanings Take it and unlock your memories, as it has viewers. Free them to dance in your head. A photoisa Each is accurate map Some of us know Study it and trace your thoughts. the stories behind the smiles. Frozen on each page are the days we spent in school Only looking can melt them Only remembering can make them flow Here forever are locked your memories — Turn the pages and they’re free again. Naomi Metz Captured Moments This year was full of memorable events. It included a Homecoming bonfire, pep rallies, the arrival of the seniors’ portraits, and a special time for the juniors to order class rings. And, of course, the year contained study and tests along with a mock wedding, a holiday assembly, and a Christmas play. Club parties were also a part of 1980-1981. JEL tte een La ooo r lin Memories Go on andon... Faces From the Past As babies, the ’81 seniors already had their own distinctive looks. 1. Rory 12. Laura 23. Jeff 34. Todd . Teresa 13. Scott 24. Shereen 35. Regina . Beverly 14. Lisa 25. Robert 36. Felecia . Claudia 15. Kathie 26. Susan 37. Rusty . Dawn 17. Clare 28. Jill 39. Christine Tina 18. Lance 29. Cyndi 40. Lolita . Pam 19. Wanda 30. Susan 41. Ronny 9. Helen 20. Lisa 31. Naomi 42. Mary 10. Tammy 21. Rick 32. Eddie 43. Wade 11. Mary 22. Doris 33. Lou Ann 2 3 4 5. Carey 16. April 27. David 38. Sondi 6 7 8 The seniors of 1981 began school in various places. The majority, however, attended Montevallo Elementary or Almont Elementary. Above are the two groups who have been together for all twelve grades. Left. Almont: Front: M. Naugher, S. Goode, Y. Gilbert, L. Jones, C. Holmes. Second: S. Gilbert, B. Lilly, C. Cutts, J. White. Third: M. Cutts, P. Ray, T. Lilly, L. Gaddis. Fourth: M. Moore, R. Gilbert, B. Peoples, V. Anderson, S. Jones. Back: W. Paschel, P. Young, L. Cottingham. Montevallo: Front: D. Nash, G. Nix, L. Moore, T. Lilly. Second: H. Ingram, D. Goggins, F. Phillips, S. Herron, L. Smith. Third: S. Studdard, W. Bice, C. Thompson. Back:R. Lightfoot, J. Smith. — SS — © WA NM Ss — U of Bae wr vi ENS Fes Bane a wh i e I Cae wo ‘ re aT en Food — Pizza Hang-Out — Jr. Food Mart Flower — Rose Car — Corvette Sandwich — Big Jack Album — Kenny Rogers’ Greatest Hits Candy Bar — Snickers Season — Summer Place To Shop — Brookwood Village Single — “Another One Bites the Dust” Holiday — Christmas Soft Drink — Coke Rock Group — Commodores Eating Place — Jack’s Magazine — “Ebony” Principal — Joe Perkins Favorites of ’80-’8 1 These favorites were determined by a school survey in which the entire student body participated. 10 Homecoming Homecoming festivities for 1980 were kicked off with the naming of senior Jill White as Homecoming Queen. Student council president Scott Studdard presented flowers to the queen and 1979’s queen, Luanne Moody crowned her during pre- game festivities. The 1980 court included back: Tina Compton, Lisa Dailey middle: Tina Thompson, Lori Weis, front: Connie Harris, Tina Sawyer, Gretchen Riesener, and Queen Jill White. The spirit at the game helped the Bulldogs come back after trail- ing West Blocton throughout the match to win 26-20 in double overtime. The band gave a great performance at halftime eae: = 4 - = am OP) Se: oes 5 a MOS S cbcvVn = Ass ° eA ow U SO28 = 2306 = Vv o trac vu i =) = = . op a Us rg O a's a” Sey ae D — - oO — ne Yv GG — “2° 3 0 = Femé 2 eo os 2g E § vo a xt = e zs = a Ss Q, n 3 V es 23 = a, oa a. nn Hallway Fun at MHS MHS’s halls are always filled with students chatting to friends, hurry- ing to class, buying a soft drink, or engaged in unusual activities. Juniors Order Class Rings Hi = Rallies MHSers showed their spirit at the football pep rallies. The cheerleaders led the cheers and had skits to fire up everybody. The band played at each pep rally. All of this was to get the Bulldogs ready for the games on Fri- day nights. On Valentine’s Day many juniors passed out valentine’s which had been turned in during the week. Using the name of “Cupid’s Helpers” the group delivered the valentines during homeroom. The Montevallo High School Troubadors partici- pated in the parade for the Fire Prevention Week. The group marched down Main Street with the fire Drama Club Plays This year, the drama club performed two plays. For the annual Christmas play, they presented the play, “The Forgotten Gift.” This year’s spring pro- duction was the play, “Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon.” The advisor for the club is Mrs. Barbara Belisle. Athletic Banquet The 1980-81 banquet brought together members of football, basketball, wrestling, and girls’ basketball to receive awards and acclamations. Coach David Bai- ley emceed the event at the Uni- versity of Montevallo cafeteria and also presented wrestling team awards. Basketball Coaches Kurt Pnazek and Sue Wilson gave out honors to the boys’ and girls’ teams, respectively. Coach Rich- ard Gilliam passed out the foot- ball team accolades. Seniors Scott Studdard and Yuell Gil- bert were the big award winners at the Booster Club sponsored event. Scott won for football and Yuell in basketball. 8th Grade Visit The 8th Graders from the Middle School came to visit and tour the school. Mr. Perkins had a few short announce- ments fo the group. National Honor Soci- ety members helped lead tours and gave the group orientation speeches on clubs, sports, and activities. Prom Astrology played at the Prom that was held at the Hyatt House. i Ye Pt Bi i rs f ... Awards Day... The 24th annual Awards Day was a time to remember for coordi- nator Miss Susie DeMent and many MHSers. Miss DeMent received a special resolution for her being named a finalist in the Teacher Hall of Fame award. State representative Curtis Smith pre- sented the award from the state legislature. Dr. Elaine Hughes was the speaker at the event. She gave a humorous speech on obtaining goals using many MHSers as examples. Top Left: Earl Hayes (MHS '79) received a special award for being the first athlete from MHS to win a scholarship to a major college in basketball — Auburn University. Left Center: The crowd watched attentively in anticipation of the next award. Right Center: Valedictorian Clare Golson and Salutatorian David Melsoni graduated with 97.6 and 95.75 averages, respectively. Bottom Left: Mr. Joe Perkins, principal, presented Miss DeMent a photo outlay of her Hall of Fame awards dinner. Bottom Right; The ty ping award winners were Back row: Tina Thompson, Daniel Thompson, John Hawkins. Front row: Sheila Goode, Susan Hardin, Tanya Staffney. Top Right: DAR Good Citizen Clare Golson and Rotary Citi- zen of the Year Russell Nix examine their awards. Left Center: Winners of the Danforth Award were Ellen Arnold and Sammy Nix (seated). Runners up were (standing) Beth Hughes, Jeffery Gentry, and Robyn Perkins. Right Center: Susan Hardin and Larry Readal were the 9th Graders with all A’s. Bottom Left: American Legion Award winners were Clare Golson and Rob- ert Lightfoot. Runners up were Russell Nix and Cathy Holmes. Bottom Right: Boys’ State and Girls’ State Representatives were Sammy Nix and Robyn Perkins. Runners-up were Beth Hughes, Jeffery Gentry, and Kenny Pruitt (not pictured). Top Left: Senior Athletes were (seated): Robert Light- foot, Carey Thompson, Rory Gilbert, Shelia Goode, Wade Bice, saad ) Scott Studdard, Montez Thrift, Yuell Gilbert, David Melsoni, Russell Nix, and Scott Lightfoot. Left Center: Academic letter winners were (seated) Beth Golson, Robyn Perkins, Sally McMillan, (standing) Todd Austin, Taylor Lawrence, Clare Golson, Jeffery Gentry, nd Keith Studdard. Right Center: Schol- arship recipients were ( -r) Shelia Goode, Susan Jones, David Melson, Tammy Whitfield, and Clare Golson. Lower Left: Students receiving Math Letters were (front) Susan Hardin, Clare Golan, Taser Lawrence, (back) Dennis Beers, and Todd Austin. Lower Right: Students named to the Society of Distinguished American High School Students (90 average or better all through high school) were: (seated) David Melsoni, Clare Golson, (standing) Todd Austin, Jeff Smith, Cathy Holmes, Scott Studdard, Wade Bice, Robert Lightfoot, and Letecia Gaddis. Lower Left: David Melsoni won the Theron Fisher Award and Robert Lightfoot was awarded the Good Sportsmanship Trophy. | ha AA tedw NHS Tapping The National Honor Society held its tapping ceremonies, and inducted 22 new members into the group. Honor Society president Robert Light- foot presided over the event. The qualities each new member must meet are scholarship, leader- ship, citizenship, and service. Graduation 68 MHSers received their diplomas in the gradua- tion exercises. Mr. Tom Martin was the speaker at the event. Valedictorian Clare Golson gave an interesting speech on daring to grow. Senior class president Todd Austin gave a welcome speech to all attending. alt r = _— = = all aes — “” Teresa Allen Valerie Anderson t ) Keith Bailey Steve Belcher Brenda Boothe Brady Brackin Todd Austin Wade Bice Lynn Cardwell Lance Cottingham Christine Cutts Melinda Cutts Shereen Doriety Cynthia Elledge Rick Fields Rick Fox Letecia Gaddis Rory Gilbert Sondi Gilbert Yuell Gilbert Dawn Goggins Clare Golson Shelia Goode Willie Grayson Wanda Green Susan Herron Cathy Holmes Helen Ingram Lou Ann Jones Regina Jones Susan Jones Kathie Kirkland Laura Lash Lee Lawley Robert Lightfoot Scott Lightfoot Beverly Lilly Todd Lilly ( ARS We “ at Ronny Lucas April McGiboney David Melsoni Naomi Metz Frederick Moore Lisa Moore Mary Moore Doris Nash Mary Naugher Julanda Nieves Georgenna Nix Russell Nix William Paschel Benjamin Peoples Felecia Phillips Patricia Ray Teresa Reid Claudia Sailes Tina Sawyer Susan Shinnick Dereck Smith Jeff Smith Lisa Smith Scott Studdard Lucretia Swain Carey Thompson Lolita Tolbert % a ae Senior Officers Todd Ausitn, Letecia Gaddis, Shelia Goode, Beverly Lilly Jill White Tammy Whitfield Pamela Young Who’s Who in the Class of 1981 | A x) | V4 % r ee ix n'y : Be! “t- , - he FRIENDLIEST SusnJones 1981 MHS WHO’S WHO Vertical Rows top to bottom: T. Austin, R. Nix, R. Fox, C. Golson, L. Smith, F. Phillips, J. White, M. Naugher, S. Jones, S. Lightfoot, C. Thompson, R. Lucas, B. Brackin, J. Smith, T. Whitfield, T. Saw- yer, D. Goggins, P. Ray, S. Goode, R. Lightfoot, D. Melsoni, S. Studdard, W. Bice, T. Lilly, Y. Gilbert, L. Swain, M. Moore, C. Holmes, L. Gaddis. MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Russell Nix a) ae a ed x - BEST LOOKING Scott Lightfoot Tina Sawyer ht : MOST COURTEOUS B¢y Brackin BEST ALL AROUND Wate Bice Letecia Gaddis te — Rick Fox I Mary Moore Lisa Smith BEST DANCERS Todd Lilly BEST DREESSED ‘ell Gilbert MOST ATHLETIC Shelia Goode Patricia Ray David Melsoni MOSTINTELLECTUAL ceoutn MOST VALUABLE = }eff'Smith Clare Golson TO THE SCHOOL Tammy Whitfield oa YR, a tem 5 SS AFT SS 2D . MOST LIKELY TOSUCCEED open tntoot WITTIEST Mary Naugher MOST TALENTED Tommy Owen (not pictured) Carey Thompson Felecia Phillips Sue) ie es aA. © me a CLASS CHATTERERS 22¥ " Goggins Ronny Lucas F SOCIETY OF DISTINGUISHED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Back: Todd Austin, Robert Lightfoot, David Melsoni, Jeff Smith. Front: Scott Studdard, Letecia Gaddis, Clare Golson, Wade Bice. y TTT hes a) ie 9 i i 1 TP ! a lettin BOYS’ STATE DAR GOOD CITIZEN Clare Golson RUNNERS-UP Todd Austin, Brady Brackin Robert Lightfoot Last Days Some moments of that final year were laughing together, giving a helping hand, seeing a special senior bulletin board, lis- tening to advice, and bidding MHS farewell. ALLEN, TERESA — FHA 2, 3, 4; Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4. ANDERSON, VALERIE — FHA 3; Basketball 4; Volleyball 2 Track |. AUSTIN, TODD — SPOTLIGHT, Assistant Editor 3, 4; TALA, Assistant Editor Business Manager 4; Math G National Honor Society 4; Student Council 2, 4; Spani 2, 4; Biology Club 3; Band 1-4; All County 2, 4; Dra Solo and Ensemble 1-3; Journalism Club 3, 4; Who’s Intellectual 4; Senior Class President 4; Quill and Scro Average 1; First Semester; National Honor Society Vi dent 4; Lively Arts 3; Executive Council 1, 3; Math Te DAR Runner-up 4; Perfect Attendance |; Highest Ave Spanish I, II 1, 2; Stage BandJ.3; MathLetter 2-4; First Alte Sax 4; Pep Band 3; ed American High School Studen BAILEY, KEIT BICE, WADE FFA 4; FCA : ait 3, 4; M ; al Unsung Hero ag Hs ' e4; Sue Co ; A- A Fo nor Society 4; Best All inguished American F tu- Memorial Award 4. DY — FCA PRP Rs Nation nor Soci- : . Who, Most CAMPBEL CARDWEL COTTING -4; Junior Achievementé —.. CUTTS, C i Basketba CUTTS, DORIE taries ELLED Cou Biology Club 3 4; Colonial 8 io’s Who, Mo ibrary Club 4; ociety of Distifiguis! olleyball 2; A-E Outstanding Wo Who, Best All Aroui 1) 2; All-County Ba 4; FCA 3; Perfect rer 4. ience President Fisherman's Club Honor Society ; Junio: o arch b Council Ov-ama Ciuv — b 1; Math Club 3-4; President 3; ouncil 2-4; Flag Corps 3, 4; MeMONTALA Editor 4; Office 4; All-State Chorus |; Jun- p 1; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; fanforth 3; Scholastic Letter an High School Students 4; fn 4; Superior Work in Eng- 4; A-Average I-4. 1-4; Bi Dey Club 4; President; Lively fetbalibed esident 3; Drama Club 3; Sk etal lence Club Aide 1-4; Choru tleader 2; All-Star Team 4; ior Class Secretary 4; All- Basketball 4; All-State Volley- ; Volleyball Scholarship to Law- son State 4. GRAYSON, WILLIE — Football GREEN, WANDA — FHA I, 2. HERRON, a — FHA iy onc National Honor 1; Future Business . 4; Volleyball | , 2; Attendance 2, 3: A Honor R oll 4, «x B Honor Roll 1, 2%; Runner-up Danforth Award 4; Outstand- ing Work in Scien¢e 1; Who’s Who — Most Likely toSucceéd. INGRAM, HELEN — FHA 1, 4; Band 1, 2; Drama@iubll, JAMES, KEVIN y JONES, LOU ANN — Band 1-4; FHA 1-2, 49 Future Secretaries 3, 4. ONES, REGINA SUSAN — Band 1-4; FHA 1, 2; Future Secretaries 1; Club 1, 2; Lively Arts 3; Who's — Friendliest. — FFA 1, 2; FCA |; Bask l. THIE — Band 1-3; Maj e 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; 1-4; Drama Club 2-4; h Club 1, 2, 3;,See- pty Band 2; SPOTLIGHT gy4; Honor Society -4; Lively Arts 4; VICA. d i, 2,4; Majorette 4; FHA 1, 2; Future ident ; Student Council 4. POTLIGHT 3, 4; Editor 4; Sports ities Editor 4; National Honor n’s Club 3; FCA 1, 2, 4; lub 3, 4; Spanish Club 2: 1; First Semester; Students 4; Bas- LILLY, TERESA — FHA 1, 2,3 3; Future Secretaries 3; “B” Te Manager 4; Volleyball 2; FlagG LILLY, TODD — FFA Biology Club, Vice-Preg Club 1; Basketball Who's Who — B LUCAS, RON Who ——C McGIBONE MELSO Edite 2; Mi ncil 4; Fisherman’s Student Govern- ub 1-3; Vice-Presi- : ; mn High School Stu- dents 3. : MOORE, FR MOOR NASH, I Al; B D Ournalism Club 37 Council 4; Alf County and 1; Chorus 1-3. NAUGHER, MARY — FHA 1-4; Secretary, Vice-Presi Future Secretaries 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Vice-President; B Club 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Volleyball 2 Track 1; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Highest Average in Home Ec. ELL — FFA, President 4; Sentinel 3, 4; FCA 1-4; Ss IGHT 4; Show Steers 3, 4; Livestock Judges 1-4; Foot- tpl 1-4; Honorable Mention — All County, Co-Captain 4; seball 2, 4; Wrestling 4; Who’s Who — Most School Spirit 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3. OWEN, TOMMY — Who's Who — Most Talented 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Journalism Club 3, 4; SPOTLIGHT 3, 4; Pep Band 3; National Honor Society 4; Biol- ogy Club 3; Math Club 3. PASCHEL, WILLIAM — FFA 1, 2; Reporter 2; B-Team Basket- ball 3. PEOPLES, BENJAMIN — ketball 3. PHILLIPS, FELECIA — FHA lI, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 4; Span- ish 3,4; Drama Club 2-4; Co-President 3-4; Band Staff 1; Who’s Who — Most Talented 4; SPOTLIGHT 3, 4; Fisherman’s Club 4; FCA 3; Band 1-4; All-County 1, 2; Solo and Ensemble 3, 4; Stage Band 3; Office-Aide 4; Journalism Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3: A-B Honor Roll 4; Band-Aide 4; First Trumpet 3, 4. FCA 1-4; FFA 1-4; Football 1; Bas- RAY, PATRICIA — Biology Club 4; Who’s Who — Best Dressed ub 2; Basketball |, b 4; Band 1-4, 3; FHA 1|-4; merica 3, 4, SAILES, CLAUDIA — Future Secretaries |; Futu SAWYER, TINA — Band 1-4; 1-4; FHA 1, 2, 4; Library Club 4. SHINNICK, SUSAN — Band 1-4; § Journalism Club 2-4; Future Secre 1, 2; Drama Club 4; LibraryG Drama Club Best Looking T, Reporter 2, 3; Vice-President 3; FHA orus 2-4; Lively Arts 2, ind 1-3, Ist Chair French vy Show, Grand Champion | . Showmanship District and | — Libra hief Technician 1; Lively | 7 - — FCA 1-4; Spanish Club 3, 4; SPOTLIGH Manager — 4; Journalism Club 3, 4; Co-P. hal Honor Society 4; Football 1; Team Siateucian Who's Who — Most Valuable to the School 4; Outs Work in Ala, History 1; Math Team 1; Society of Distinguis American High School Stu 4, pendable 4; Journalism aes 7% ly Arts 3; Cho -4; Secretary 4; Trea F 4; Club THOMPSON, @A! Livestock Judging Baseball 2, 3, 4; Mo Hitter 3; Who’s Who TOLBERT, LOLITA — Student Council 2; Bas WATTS, ELMORE WHITE, JILL — FHA 1-4 Drama Club) Lively Arts 3; Homecoming Queen 43} Editor 4; Band 1-4; National Honor Most School Spirit 4; Jr. Varsity GI leader 4, Head; Perfect Attenda WHITFIELD, TAMMY — Spanis 2; FCA 3; Student Council 4; Drama National Honor Society 4; Flag Corps 4; Team 2, 3; MONTALA 4, Advertisement — Most Valuable to the School 4; Perfect Attoutenee 2; A-B Honor Roll. YOUNG, PAMELA — FHA 1-3; Biology 4. Faculty Members and Their Hobbies Mr. Joe Perkins is Montevallo High School’s new 1980-81 principal. He received his BA from the University of Auburn, his MA from the University of Alabama, and his AA from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He was also the assistant principal of Berry High School. Mr. Perkins is a wrestling official and also enjoys photography. He is married to Mrs. Judy Perkins; their daughter, Kim, attends Thompson Middle School. 1. Coach David Bailey — “Golf, softball.” (Driver’s Education) 2. Mrs. Cathy N. Bearden — “Read a good book.” (Journalism I, Il; English 10; Publications) 3. Mrs. Barbara Belisle — “Reading, participating, and or attending live thea- tre, and giving gifts!” (English 10, 11; Speech and Drama) 4. Mr. W. D. Benton — “Spend time on the river, golf, pick on students.” (Assistant Principal; World Studies; Democracy Economics; Business Law) 1. Mr. Tony Berry — “Hunting, fishing, and guitar picking.” (Vocational Agricul- tural I, II, III, IV) 2. Miss Dot Bishop — “Reading, motor- cycle riding, collecting turtles, working on my house.” (P.E.; General Science) 3. Mrs. Colleen Colley — “Tennis, piano, working with flowers, sports.” (Guidance Counselor) 4. Mrs. Junnie Craig — “Sewing, reading, traveling, housecleaning, working on vari- ous crafts.” (Basic Home Economics, Home Ec. II, Specialized Home Ec. III, IV) 3 1. Mrs. Jane Darden — “Needlepoint, sewing, traveling, cooking, snow and water skiing, arts and crafts projects, macrame, decoupage.” (Fam- ily Living; World Studies) 2. Miss Susie DeMent — “Watching sports, cooking, working crossword puzzles.” (Typing I, II) 3. Coach Richard Gilliam — “Weight lifting and camping with my family. (P.E.) 4. Mr. Jim Hermecz — “Fishing and hunting.” (General Math; Chemistry) 1. Miss Melissa Jo Martin — “Reading, listening to all types of music, jogging, dancing, visiting with friends, love to watch pro football.” (English 10; Librarian). 2. Mr. Johnnie McClain — “Playing raquetball, ten- nis, and badminton, teaching Sunday school, watch- ing football on television, and playing with my kids.” (Alabama History, Accounting) 3. Mrs. Joanna McGaughy — “Reading, listening to music, enjoying my grandchildren, needlework, gar- dening, exercising, wood working, working on clocks, furniture, interior decorating.” (General Sci- ence, Biology) 1. Mr. Douglas Morris — “Playing the piano, sing- ing, woodwork, farming, fishing and hunting.” (Gen- eral Algebra, Algebra I, Il; Geometry, Trigonome- try) 2. Mrs. Ann Parker — “Spending time in libraries, museums, antique shops, traveling.” (English 9, 12; Art) 3. Coach Kurt Pnazek — “Listening to all kinds of music, participating in many sports, raquetball, bas- ketball, reading.” (Special Education). 1. Mrs. Delilah Robinson — “Camping with my family, reading.” (English 9, 12; Spanish I, If) 2. Mr. Willie Turner — “Traveling, dancing.” (Special Education) 3. Mr. Jim Weese — “Hang gliding, bowling.” (Band) 4. Mrs. Jennifer J. Williams — “Interior design, playing pool.” (U.S. History, World Studies). 1, Mrs. Opal Long — “Reading.” (School Secretary) 2. Mrs. Delilah Holsomback — “Working in my family’s greenhouse.” Mrs. Barbara Williams — “Cooking, watching soap operas.” Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher — “Cooking for my grandchildren.” Mrs. Sue Melsoni — “Reading and watching soap operas.” (Cafeteria Workers) 3. Mr. Arthur Cupp — “Watching Television.” (Maintenance Technician) 4. Mrs. Lula Bell Moore “Dancing.” (Custodian) Not pictured — Mrs. Gwen Mitchell (Lunchroom Manager) Teachers are a vital part of MHS. These photos cap- ture the various personali- ties during their work day. They are Mr. Morris and Mr. Benton; Mr. Hermecz; Mr. Perkins; Mr. Weese; Mrs. Craig; and Mr. Mor- ris. Class of ’82 Jahn Bolling Brenda Boothe Mike Boothe Gladys Brasher Caroline Brazzell James Green Lawrence Green ftsan taal Connie Harris Michael Hegwood Cagle Rochester Andrea Roth Glenda Sailes Willie Sailes Bonnie Sparks Paul Spicer Tanya Staffney Michael Joyce Stewart e| Class of ’83 : akan) S wi. fi. : Sally McMillan Clay McRee Henry Miller Melissa Nalley Scotty Neal Bryant Staffney Keith Studdard Julie Sutton Daniel Thompson Tina Thompson Jeff Thrash Montez Thrift Susan Tingl- Meredith Walker Lori Weiss Pamela White Joy Williams Vicki Williams Michelle Woods Taylor Blackwell Frances Boothe Tommy Boothe Aaron Brantley Lisa Brasher Ann-Clinton Bridges Mark Broadhead James Brown Rita Brown Dolores Bullock Eric Burrage Greg Cardwell Jimmy Cardwell Katrina Cardwell James Carter Cynthia Chapman Jeff Chism Karen Cochran Tina Compton Chris Conwell Monica Cottingham Dale Creel Terry Cummings Shawn Dennis Mary Devinner Ricky Dobson Kerry Emfinger Ellen Finley Carol Fulmer Jeff Fulmer Gae Gaines Jeff Gentry Barry Goode. Henry Grayson Sandy Greer Graylon Guest Antonio Haggins Susan Hardin Donna Harris John Hawkins Mark Herron Lisa Hicks Rebecca Hicks Jerome Holmes Lisa Holsomback Mary Ann Hood Stanley Hopkins Sandra Hudson Renee Hughes Rosemary Inabinett Dwayne Jackson Robby Johnson Kay Klemenc Cary Lilly Butch McGiboney Maya Metz Rodney Motes David Murphy Charles Naivar Sandra Nix Jo Ellen Pardue Bonita Paschel Sheila Paschel Jeff Patrick Pamela Staffney e © “I | Rye ‘ Penny Stoudenmire Sally Swain Eddie Taylor MHS’ers not pictured Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Kenneth Campbell Randall Alexander Danny Compton Michael Clark Kevin James Alvin Lawley Mark Hill Darryl Devould Eddie a. Phyllis Moore Anthony Jones Robert Gibson Tommy Owen Vanessa Ward Alfred Posey Wade Leach Patricia Ray Floyd Prentice Jo Lesley Pearl Rutledge Michael Maxwell Football ’80 Although hopes were high at the beginning of the season, it proved to be difficult as the Bulldogs were hampered by injuries. The Dogs ended the year with a 3-7 record. The year’s wins were over Chelsea, 24-7, a Homecoming, double-overtime win over West Blocton, 26-20, and a rout of TCTS, 22-8, in the season finale. The team elected three seniors as permanent captains. They were Scott Studdard, Rusty Nix and David Melsoni. In addition, Tim Jones, Scott Studdard, and Rex Wallace were named to the All-County squad. Front: Allan Bice, Ricky Dailey, Steve Glosson, Mark Jones, Van Hawks, Freeman Rutledge, Brian Allen. Second: Tim Jones, Mike Boothe, Chuck Killingsworth, Robby Allen, Howard Gaddis, Reggie Evans, Lloyd Pickett, Quenton Smitherman. Third: Coach Rich- ard Gilliam, Kenny Pruitt, Rusty Niix, Allen Thompson, Sammy Nix, Coach Kurt Pnazek, Rory Gilbert, Bobby Crowe, Wade Bice, Coach David Bailey. Back: Michael Grayson, Carey Thompson, Rex Wallace, Glenn Hamrick, Scott Studdard, Montez Thrift, David Melsoni, J. J. Moore, Jesse Holsomback, Scotty Neal. Randall Alexander, Steve Belcher, Michael Clark, Danny Compton, Darryl Devould, Robert Gibson, Mark Hill, Anthony Jones, Eddie Key, Alvin Lawley, Wade Leach, Jo Lesley, Michael Maxwell, Phyllis Moore, Tommy Owen, Sharon Paschel, Alfred Posey, Floyd Prentice, Curtis Taylor JV Football Under the direction of Coach David Bailey, this year’s junior high football squad offered a bright outlook for the future. The Bullpups finished with a 5-1-1 record. i eae iH Fe ed ee oe “4 PR HP J ad ee ee a Bes 7, wm. a Front: Kevin Staffney, Charles Towner, Andy Brindley, Clyde Sailes, Robby Johnson. Middle: Asst. Coach Buddy Holsom- back, Jeff Chism, Dwayne Jackson, Anthony Prentice, Jeff Gentry, Barry Worthey, Keith Moore, Asst. Coach Thomas Brown. Back: Taylor Blackwell, Lonnie Layton, Steve Lucas, Terry Rutledge, Ralph Towner, Paul Bush, Rick Perry, Coach David Bailey. Basketball 80-81 Varsity Front: Tim Jones, Jeff Chism (manager), Rory Gilbert. Back: Montez Thrift, Eric Tolbert, Mike Peacock, Robert Lightfoot, J. J. Moore, Yuell Gilbert, Coach Kurt Pnazek. Guided by Coach Kurt Pnazek the Bulldogs ended the season with an 11-15 record. The Dogs brought home third place trophies from both the Shelby County Tournament and at Calera’s Christmas tournament. Senior guard Yuell Gilbert led the team in scoring and was named MVP and Team Cap- tain. He was also selected for the All Shelby County Team, All Tournament Team at Calera, and All Area. wee if y) The B-team suffered a disappointing season while posting a 7-12 record for the year. Named to the All- Shelby County Tournament was Mark Jones. Front: Tyrone Bell, Fitz Williams, Mark Jones, Trey Hughes, Alfred Green. Back: Coach Richard Gilliam, Keith Moore, Steve Glosson, Andrew Cathey, Terry Rutledge, Taylor Blackwell, Michael Grayson, Jeffery Gentry (manager). Junior Varsity Front: Ricky Gaddis, Trey Hughes. Back: Johnny Holsomback, Keith Moore, Taylor Blackwell, Coach Richard Gilliam, Terry Rutledge Tyrone Bell, Freeman Rutledge The Bullpups, guided by Coach Richard Gilliam, showed what seemed to be a bright spot for the future of MHS basketball. Posting a 9-2 record and advancing to the semi-finals of the County Tournament, the Junior Var- sity placed 3 starters on the All- County Tournament Team — Tyrone Bell, Taylor Blackwell, and Terry Rut- Lady Bulldogs The Lady Bulldogs, led by All-County play- ers Shelia Goode and Debra Tyus, brought honor to the girls’ athletic program at MHS by finishing the season with a 12-1 record. The only loss of the season came in Region play when the Lady Bulldogs were defeated by St. Clair County High 47-34. Directed by Coach Sue Wilson the Lady Bulldogs captured first place in both the County Tournament and the Area 7 Tournament. Front: Fran Agee, Shelia Goode, Genie Jones, Lessie Gaddis. Back: Coach Sue Wilson, Timolyn Conwell, Beth Golson, Debra Tyus, Ruth Perkins, Charita Agee, Teresa Lilly (manager) Weightlifting Front: Barry Worthy, Allen Thompson, Kevin Staffney, Howard Gaddis, Lloyd Pickett. Back: Rex Wallace, Ralph Towner, Dwayne Jack son, Chuck Killingsworth, Sammy Nix, Jeff Chism Wrestling Front: Andy Chism, Tracy James, Bryant Staffney, Anthony Prentice, Andy Brindley. Back: Van Hawks, Quenton Chism, Dwayne Jackson Sammy Nix, Rusty Nix, Clyde Sailes 86 Baseball - hs Ss “ = ; + TOS Yau vere a : ’ “ ‘a Pa “ . 4 Front; Ricky Dailey, Keith McCoy, Allen Bice, Robby Johnson, Kevin Staffney. Middle: Eric Burrage, Bobby Crowe, Carey Thompson, Wade Bice, Bryant Staffney, Sammy Nix, Carl Campbell, Miss Susie DeMent. Back: Coach Richard Gilliam, Scott Lightfoot, Scotty Neal, Scott Studdard, David Melsoni, Mike Peacock, Eddie Key, Rusty Nix. Led by MVP Scott Studdard and directed by Coach Richard Gilliam, the Bulldogs suffered a 7 game losing streak which hampered what promised to be a winning season. The Dogs won the Sub- Area championship, finished in the top four in the county tournament, and posted an overall record of 7-10. Captains for the squad were Wade Bice and Scott Studdard. Wade Bice was named leading hitter (.349) and best fielder. David Mel- soni led the pitching staff with a record of 5-3. Named to the All Shelby County Team were Wade Bice and David Mel- soni. MHS was represented in the East- West All Star game by Seniors Wade Bice, David Melsoni, Scott Studdard, and Carey Thompson. Physical Education Physical Education plays a vital part in the curriculum at MHS. During the school year students participate in such activities as archery, volleyball, soccer, bas- ketball, bowling, softball, and racquetball. © 4 d x : K ig Scores Football : Jemison Holy Family Jemison Shelby County Calera s Clanton Dallas County ; Pelham Shelby County West Blocton Thompson : 3 Bibb County Chelsea Thompson Jemison ; Chelsea Vincent Calera Winterboro Pelham West Blocton 20 Tournaments (Double overtime) Calera Invitational Talladega County Trng. School 8 = Lo “a oe rm Nm DOkhlHAAHAWADW Nm Maplesville Girls’ Basketball Calera (Consolation) Shelby Counh Opp Briarwood Thompson Moody 4] Vincent Thompson 30 Area7 Chelsea 26 3 Vincent Pelham Briarwood 32 Baseball Thompson 32 Jemison 21 Jemison 31 Thompson Briarwood 25 Winterboro 12 Talladega Co. Trng. School 25 St. Clair County 47 = 2) co Chelsea Calera Vincent Vincent Chelsea Calera Briarwood Briarwood Thompson Vincent Basketball Calera Shelby County Clanton Holy Family Bibb County Chelsea Thompson West Blocton NYVDeOALhLK—WULhLOADNMNAPAAUA Vincent Shelby County Pelham Jemison Shelby County Chelsea Vincent INMWDWHSMNMUA A LHNMW WOwOowm = National Honor Society t NATIONAL “HONOR SOCIETY MHS’s chapter of the National Honor Society held a Christmas party in December. They also raised the money for a color senior portrait section in the 1981 Montala. The big event was the tapping of new members from the Class of ’82 in May. Right: Officers V. Pres. T. Austin, Treas. C. Golson, Sec. C. Holmes, Pres. R. Lightfoot. Below: Back: D. Melsoni, B. Brackin, T. Austin, S Studdard, W. Bice, C. Thompson, R. Lightfoot, R. Fox, J. Smith. Front Advisor C. Colley, C. Golson, T. Whit- field, L. Smith, C. Holmes, L. Gaddis, J. White. Spanish Club The 1980-81 school year was an active one for the Spanish Club. Several members made a pinata for kindergarten students. In December, club president Beth Hughes hosted a party at her home. In April, several members went to Birmingham to view the Festival of Arts salute to Mex- ico. Counselor Colleen Colley spoke to the club about her trip to Bogota at two meetings. Below: (Left row top to bottom): B. Hughes, G. Riesener, K. Stewart, C. Allen, J. Carter, M Readel, K. Studdard, T. Austin, J. Smith, S. McMillian, B. Golson, D. Robinson. (Middle row top to bottom): R. Perkins, A. Bridges, D. Tishler, L. Davidson, S$. Hardin, R. Hicks, S$ Brantley. (Right row top to bottom): R. Perkins, R. Spicer, J. Siegrist, M. Hood, K. Roberts E. Spicer, B. Peete, T. Whitfield, T. Lawrence, M. Klemenc, F. Phillips, E. Arnold. Right Sec. R. Perkins, Pres. B. Hughes, V. Pres. S. McMillian A fa - Math Club MHS’ Math Club had an outstanding year in 1980-81. Math team members placed well in Selma, Jefferson State, Samford, and county com- petitions. Led by Doug Morris, the group conducted study sessions each Wednesday night to aid students, and to prepare for tournaments Top picture — Front: A. Lott, J. Williams, S. Hardin, E. Spicer, R. Perkins, B. Hughes. Back: J. Verbitski, Sponsor Doug Morris, T. Austin, J Gentry, T. Lawrence, B. Peete, J. Hawkins, J. Davidson, D. Melsoni, L. Readal, C. Golson. Below left: members of the Jefferson State team with their 2nd place trophy. Front: S. Hardin, C. Golson, J. Williams. Back: T. Austin, T. Lawrence. Below right: officers of the club pose: T Austin, president; R. Perkins, secretary; and W. Bice, vice-president. Mi Future Farmers of America Rusty and Sammy Nix competed in the State Steer Show, in Montgomery, in March. The group raised money by selling ; - ; ; raffle tickets for a hog raised by members, and took $400 FFA officers pose in the Ag building. Front: T. James, vice-president; V. worth of profits from a citrus fruit sale. Hawks, reporter; R. Nix, sentinel. Back; S. Nix, president; S. Studdard, secretary; and J. Holsomback, treasurer. Jesse, Tracy, and Van went to the FFA District Leadership Conference in Montgomery before school began. ee Le eke a Seventeen members of the group, led by Tony Berry, went to Fairpark’s annual Market Hog Show. Several boys from the Montevallo chapter took the number one spot in power mechanics district competition in April. The club is made up of students from all four grades, who are pictured above. Dramatics Club Drama club members kept very busy this year. In December they presented a Christmas production, The Forgotten Gift. In March the group went to the Celebrity Dinner Theatre to view the Production of The Odd Couple. The final project was the play, Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon. Above Front: C. Allen J. Siegrist, P. Spicer, N. Metz, C. Rochester, C. Golson, T. Whitfield, B. Peete, S. Davis. Middle: Advisor B. Belisle, S. McMillan, D Bolling, S. Young, M. Naugher, C. Elledge, A. Davis, G. Brasher, E. Arnold, J. Carter, D. Nash, D. Goggins, L. Eddings. Back: K. Studdard, B. Golson, K. Roberts, A. Bridges, S. Studdard, D. Glosson, A. Roth, M. Readal, G. Riesener, K. Stewart, G. Sailes, J. Williams, J. Verbitski, B. Hughes, D. Beers, T. Austin, J. Hawkins, Student Council A. Lott, M. Klemenc, T. Lawrence, F. Phillips. Right-Bottom: T. Lawrence, program director; F. Phillips, co-president; D. Beers, co-president; Top: E Arnold, secretary-treasurer; A. Lott, program director. Volunteers from various homerooms made up the 1980-81 Student Council. Adviser was Mr. Don Benton. The main project was the organization of Home- coming, sponsored by the club. They also held several sock hops, including a 50’s theme dance. Front: R. Williams, J. Sutton, D. Floyd, B. Hughes, A. Bridges, A. Paschel, A. Moore, M. Naugher, D. Sailes, J. Pope, W. Sailes, L. Davidson, S. Hardin, M. Hood, E. Spicer. Middle: M. Readal, R Edwards, L. Smith, P. Spicer, G. Riesener, K. Stewart, K. Studdard, J. Hawks, D. Dailey, M. Cotting- ham, V. Williams, J. Gentry, T. Whitfield, E. Arnold, A. Lott, T. Austin, R. Hicks. Back Row: N Metz, J. Leslie, S. Studdard, D. Nash, L. Lash, T. Compton, D. Tishler, R. Dobson, C. Elledge, B Goldson, F. Phillips, S. McMillan, D. Beers, L. Brasher, G. Brasher, C. Golson, T. Lawrence, M. Kle- menc, Left: Officers for the year were — Front: President — S. Studdard, Vice-president — P. Spicer Back: Secretary — M. Readal, Treasurer D. Beers. Future Secretaries Club re Pe ele uy req b Sponsored by Miss Susie DeMent, this club met monthly to learn the poise and efficiency required of secretaries Front: D. Harris, D. Dailey, M. Smelley, V. Williams. Middle: L. Tolbert, L. Jones, M. Hood, T Thompson. Back: L. Lash, Pres; R. Edwards, Sec. Treas.; M. Naugher, C. Holmes, Vice-Pres; S$. DeMent, Adviser; R. Hicks, S. Hardin. Future Homemakers of America _—-_ « = : Pe srr AE Future Homemakers of America was sponsored jointly by teachers Junie Craig and Jane Darden. Front: M. Cottingham, P. White, F. McCord, M. Naugher, S. Young, G. Nix, G. Sailes, M. Moore, B. Sides, Sponsor — J. Darden. 2nd Row: D. Harris, S. Goode, D. Bolling, M Chism, L. Holsomback, D. Pruitt, M. Maywather, Sponsor — J. Craig. 3rd Row: S. Moore, M. Smelley, B. Paschel, Cc. Agee G Williams, D. Sailes, N. Shinnick, S. Latham, T. Allen, M. Auffenorde. 4 h Row: J : J. Andrews, S. McCary, L. Weiss, L. Lacey, C. Dailey, K. Cochran, P. Williams, T. Johnson, S. Herron, G. Gaines. ... Fisherman’s Club : au Be au A ab Members of the 1980-81 Fisherman's Club saw several films on fishing. They also learned the advantages of various baits, and had a special speaker — expert fisherman Archie Phillips, who visited a meeting im March. The sponsor for this group was Jim Hermecz. Front: L. Hol- somback, S. Tingle, E. Finley, T. Compton, D. Beers, B. Hughes, N. Metz, M. Readal, B. Lancaster, D. Scott. M. Broadhead. Back: B. Lat- ham, S. Lightfoot, R. Allen, Advisor J. Hermecz, E. James, S. Nix, R. Dobson, L. Stephens, L. Bearden, M. Boothe, R. Allen, C. Emfinger, F Phillips, B. Golson, S. McMillan, T. James. ... Journalism Club Unlike most groups, Journalism Club members met after school. Coordinated by Cathy Bearden, it included all second year SPOTLIGHT staffers, and later initiated first year students in May. Front: B, Hughes, S. Studdard, R. Parker, M. Roadal, E. Arnold. Middle: T. Lawrence, D. Tishler, G. Riesener, G. Brasher, T. Austin, R. Lightfoot, Adviser C, Bearden, F. Phillips, T. Layton. Back. L. Gaddis, R. Edwards, J. Stewart, M. Staggs, N. Metz, K. Pruitt, W. Bice, R. Nix, J. Gentry, B. Officers for the year were co-president David Melsoni and Jeff Smith and secretary Beverly Peete. 100 Lilly. Basketball Club New this year on the club roster, the Basketball club, sponsored by Coach Kurt Pnazek, was open to all Junior, “B” — Team, and Varsity cager. Front: R. Lightfoot, Y. Gilbert, A. Cathey, T. Jones, A. Green, E. Tolbert, R. Gilbert. Middle: J. Chism, T. Rutledge, R. Williams, M. Thrift, J. Moore, T. Bell. Back: K. Pnazek; Advisor, J. Centry, S. Glosson, M. Grayson, T. Blackwell, K. Moore, M. Jones. Fellowship of Christian Athletes This club, sponsored by Coach Richard Gilliam, listened to inspirational tapes and guest speakers. In April, six members went to F.C.A. camp in Mont- gomery. Front: Y. Gilbert, A. Alford, B. Worthy, J. Gentry, J. Chism, B. Staffney, E. Tolbert, D. Sailes, R. Gilbert. Second: W. Sailos, R. Tolbert, J. Pope, M. Peacock, S. Studdard, L. Weiss, L. Holsomback, D. Jackson, C. Rutledge. Third: T. Bell, J. Chism, M. Boothe, A. Thompson, D. Pruitt, S. Neal, K. Pruitt, G. Riesener, J. Holsomback. Fourth: R. Thrift, G. Hamrick, T. Compton, C. Fulmer, F. Shockley, B. Golson, S$. McMillian, C. Killings- worth. Fifth: M. Hegwood, R. Dobson, R. Allen, R. Nix, R. Lightfoot, S. Glosson. Back: R. Gilliam; Advisor, D. Melsoni, C. Thompson, S. Lightfoot, J. Smith. Varsity Cheerleaders The 1980-81 cheering squad was one of the hardest working ever. All but one girl performed at half-time shows with the Troubadours in addition to cheering. The girls received a Superior rating and a Spirit Stick at Auburn's cheerleader camp. This page: Pam White, Head Jill White, and Lori Weiss. Next page: Jahn Bolling, Robyn Perkins, Felecia McCord, Donna Glosson, Connie Harris, and Meredith Walker. Sponsor for the group was Miss Melissa Martin. ... 1980-81 Montevallo ENT RES ee a we iP Fie TER A ene at —- oe tee. “ee ee i The Troubadours completed another outstanding season participating in 10 football games and pep rallies, a Labor Day celebration, two parades, and two marching contests. At the Berry Invitational Marching Festival, MHS was awarded a superior rating; and at the Miracle Strip Marching Contest in Fort Walton Beach, Florida the Troubadours received an excellent rating. Band director is Mr. Jim Weese. The symphonic band performed at UM’s Palmer Hall in December, presenting a festive Christmas program. In May, the symphonic band offered its spring concert, also at Palmer Hall. Marching Troubadours Front: W. Knox, F. Shockley, S. Tingle, T. Thompson, D. Tyus, D. Floyd, T. Lilly, T. Mims, T. Staffney, A. Pruitt, P. Staffney, C. Golson, T. Whitfield, G. Riesener, M. Readal, G. Riesener, J. White, P. Cottingham, B. Peete, M. Herron, C. Rochester, G. Gaines, P. Spicer. Second’ L. Lash, M. Cotting- ham, P. Williams, S. Moore, T. Johnson, M. Hood, L. Davidson, S. Hardin, C. Allen, B. Hughes, K. Stewart, D. Glosson, D. Nash, G. Jones, S. McMillan, J. Siegrist, D. Harris, R. Hicks, T. Sawyer, B. Sides, L. Lacey, L. Brasher, R. Brown, S. Brantley, J. Bolling, T. Layton. Third: S. Jones, A. Davis, N. Shinnick, S. Jones, S$. Nix, G. Guest, M. McClanahan, R. Edwards, K. Klemenc, R. Peoples, G. Williams, A. Moore, C. Harnis, J. Jones, G. Nix, M. Moore, T. James, L. Smith, J. Williams, G. Brasher, J. Davidson. Fourth: L. Readal, J. Carter, M. Klemenc, T. Lawrence, J. Sutton, T. Haggins, J. Patrick, B. Golson, R. Perkins, F. Phillips, E. Arnold, A. Lott, J. Hawkins, R. Perkins, L. Jones, D. Dailey, A. Paschel, B. Paschel, S. Hopkins, E. Spicer, A. Bridges. Fifth: K. Cardwell, P. White, J. Bolling, F. McCord, M. Verbitski, D. Tishler, J. Stewart, M. Walker, D. Bolling, K. Studdard, T. Austin, J. Verbitski, J. Gentry, B. Peete, L. Cottingham, R. Fox, J. Davidson, B. Lott, M. Staggs, S. Davis, T. Smitherman. Troubadours Sections Clarinets Front: K. Stewart, L. Davidson, L. Brasher, B. Sides, D. Harris, G. Jones, C. Allen, J. Siegrist, R. Hicks, L. Lacey. Second: L. Smith, J. Wil- liams, S. Moore, K. Cardwell, S. Nix, J. Sutton, S. Brantley, G. Brasher, A. Lott, R. Edwards. Back: L. Jones, M. Verbitski, N. Shinnick, R Perkins, J, Bolling, M. Moore, D. Bolling. Trumpets Front: D. Tishler, T. Lawrence, F. Phillips, M. Hood, J. Davidson, D. Dailey, F. McCord. Middle: B. Golson, S. Davis, J. Hawkins, K. Kle menc, S. Jones, J. Holmes, C. Harris. Back: D. Murphy, G. Guest, L. Cottingham, R. Fox, R. Peoples, M. Cottingham, M. McClanaharn. Saxophones A. Davis, M. Walker, B. Paschel, G. Williams, J. Verbitski, S. Jones, P. Spicer, T. Austin. = ‘ — a sa ii ae ya, aE Drums G. Gaines, J. Rutledge, K. Thompson, C. Rochester, M. Herron, B. Peete, J. White, P. Cottingham. Left: Troubadours leave the field after a half-time performanee. Above: Mad Hatters served as the pep band at basketball games. Foreground: A. Moore, J. Stewart, A. Paschel. Back: P. White, R. Brown, P. Williams, E. Spicer, A. Bridges, D. Glosson, D. Nash, B. Hughes, M. Kelmenc, S. Hardin, T. Sawyer, R. Perkins, S. McMillan. Front: T. Johnson, E. Arnold, T. Smitherman. Second: J. Patrick, B. Lott, S. Hopkins, T. Haggins, M. Staggs, L. Readal, K. Studdard, B. Peete. Back: T. James, J. Carter, J. Gentry, G, Nix. Flag Corps This year’s flag corps won top scores at every contest. Left to right Top Tina Thompson, Angie Pruitt. Second: Felecia Shockley, Tammy Whitfield, Head, Gretchen Riesener, Michelle Readal. Third: Wendy Knox, Debra Tyus, Tammy Mims, Greta Riesener. Fourth: Teresa Lilly, Susan Tingle, Tanya Staffney, Deana Floyd. Bottom: Clare Gol- son, Pam Staffney. Majorettes Top left: Tammy Layton and Head Twirler Rhonda Walker lead the troubadours in an October parade down Main Street. Top right: Tammy Layton and Laura Lash pose with their 1980-81 trophies. Below Laura, left, and Tammy, right, on the MHS campus. = GpITHERMAN Pha ranted Junior Paul M. Spicer captured a superior rating at Berry Invitational Marching Festival and received an excellent at Miracle Strip Marching Contest in Fort Walton Beach Florida this year. He lead the Trou- badours through then football halftime shows, pep rallies, a Labor Day Celebration, two parades, and two marching contests. In addition, he is second chair saxophone in the symphonic band. Drum Major Spotlight Staff These students, under the supervision of advisors Cathy Bearden and Susie DeMent, produced the award-winning bi-weekly MHS newspaper, the SPOTLIGHT. Top left: Staffers (clockwise from top) check a story for accu- racy: R. Lightfoot, T. Austin, J. Smith, Adviser C. Bearden, B. Lilly. Top right: Adviser S. DeMent works on mimeoscope art with D. Melsoni and S. Studdard. Right: Staff members proofread a stencil: R. Parker, N. Metz, W. Bice, F. Phillips. Below; First year Journalism students served as reporters Front: G. Riesener, G. Brasher, B. Hughes, T. Lawrence, R. Edwards, T. Lay- ton, E. Arnold, Back: S$. Glosson, L. Gaddis, J. Stewart, M. Staggs, J. Gentry, B. Peete, K. Pruitt, R. Nix. éy w7 National Scholastic Press Association Library Club Led by Melissa Martin, the Library Club was particularly successful in the 1980 Leukemia Read-A-Rama. Over $170 was made for the charity benefit held in October. Above-Front: D. Davis, L. Gaddis, S. Paschel, S. Nix, D. Harris, T. Thompson, P. Holsomback, A. Roth, M. Smelley. Back: T. Lawley, J. Carter, L. Pickett, C. Fulmer, T. James, P. Stoudenmire, T. Goggins, L. Weiss, T. Conwell, Sponsor — M. Martin. Not Pictured: R. McCullough, C. Naiver, F. Shockley, J. Fulmer, S. Tingle, L. Hicks, M. Nelson, G. Brown, J. Nieves, S. Shinnick, R. Brown. Read-A-Rama participants — Below Front T. Thompson, T. Lawley, W. Green, D. Goggins, L. Nalley. Back; E. Burrage, R. McCullough, G. Taylor, D. Martin, T. Compton, C. Golson, J. Ful- mer. Montala Staff 1981 Montala Staffers worked every schoolday and sometimes after school to produce the MHS annual. 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Excavating — All Types 665-2504 We Haul Dirt, Chirt, Gravel Montevallo Adams, Sharon Agee, Charita Alexander, Randall Alford, Aaron Allen, Barbara Allen, Brian Allen, Cheri Allen, Ray Allen, Robby Allen, Teresa Anderson, Valerie Andrews, Jackie Argo, Ronny Arnold, Ellen Arnold, Lester Student Index 62 62, 85, 99 66, 101 66, 76 69, 95, 98, 104, 106 62, 100 66, 76, 100, 101 34, 99 7,34 66, 99 69 26, 62, 95, 98, 100, 104, 108, 112 69 Austin, Todd 7, 27, 30, 34, 41, 42, 45, 47, 94, 95, 96, 98, 100, 104, 107, 112, 114 Bailey, Keith Battle, Tina Bearden, Lynn Beers, Dennis Belcher, Steve Belcher, Susie Bell, Tyrone Bice, Wade Black, Paige Blackwell, Taylor Bolling, Darlene Bolling, Jahn Bolling, Nekita Boothe, Brenda Boothe, Frances Boothe, Michael Boothe, Tommy Boothe, Travis Brackin, Brady Brantley, Aaron Brantley, Sandra Brasher, Gladys Brasher, Lisa Brazzell, Caroline Bridges, Anne Clinton Broadhead, Mark Brown, Glenda Brown, James Brown, Reggie Brown, Rita Bullock, Dolores Burrage, Eric Bush, Paul Campbell, Carl Campbell, Earl Cardwell, Greg Cardwell, Jimmy Cardwell, Katrina Cardwell, Lynn Carter, James Cathey, Andrew Chapman, Cynthia Chapman, Frank Chism, Frank Chism, Jeff Chism, Jimmy Chism, Mary Chism, Quenton Clark, Lisa Clark, Micheal Cochran, Karen Compton, Danny Compton, Tina Connell, Chris Conwell, Timolyn Cottingham, Lance Cottingham, Monica Cottingham, Patricia Cottingham, Terry Creel, Dale Creel, Glenn Crowe, Bobby Cummings, Ellery Cummings, Terry B 34 66 62, 100 27, 62, 98, 100 34 69 69, 83, 84, 101 7,27, 34, 42, 43, 47, 76, 87, 88, 94, 96, 112 66 69, 80, 83, 84, 101 62, 98, 99, 104, 106 62, 103, 104, 106 34, 62 69 62, 76, 100, 101 69 66 34, 42, 43, 47, 94 69 66, 95, 104, 106 62, 98, 100, 104, 106, 112 69, 98, 104, 106 62 70, 95, 98, 104 70, 100 66 70 62 70, 104, 108 70 70, 87, 113 80 66, 87 70 70 70, 104, 106 34 70, 95, 98, 104, 108, 113 62, 83, 101 70 62 70, 81, 86, 101 62, 101 62, 99 86 70, 99 13, 98, 100, 101, 113 70 62, 85, 112 7,35, 104, 106 70, 98, 99, 104, 106 62, 104, 107 62 70 66 66, 76, 87 66 70 Cunningham, Marilyn Cupp, David Cutts, Christine Cutts, Melinda Dailey, Carol Dailey, Deborah Dailey, Lisa Dailey, Reburn Dailey, Ricky Darden, Tammy Davidson, Jim Davidson, Laurie Davis, Ahrian Davis, Deborah Davis, Nicky Davis, Randy Davis, Shan Davis, Veeta Dennis, Shawn Devinner, John Devinner, Mary DeVould, Darry! Dobson, Ricky Doriety, Shereen Eddings, Lena Edwards, Rhonda Elledge, Cyndi Emfinger, Kerry Emfinger, Veronica Evans, Reggie Fields, Rick Finley, Ellen Finley, Jimmy Floyd, Deana Fox, Rick Fulmer, Carol Fulmer, Jeff Gaddis, Howard Gaddis, Lessie Gaddis, Letecia Gaines, Clay Gaines, Gae Genry, Rodney Gentry, Jeff Gentry, Jeffery Gibson, Robert Gilbert, Rory Gilbert, Sondi Gilbert, Y uell Glosson, Donna Glosson, Steve Goggins, Dawn Goggins, Theron Goggins, Wade Golson, Beth Golson, Clare 7, 25, Goode, Barry Goode, Shelia Gordon, Lawley Grayson, Henry Grayson, Michael Grayson, Willie Green, Alfred Green, James Green, Lawrence Green, Wanda Greer, Sandy Guest, Graylon Haggins, Antonio Hamrick, Glenn Hardin, Susan Harris, Connie Harris, Donna Hawkias, John 70, 99 66, 98, 99, 104, 106 13, 70 66 66, 76, 87 10 66, 96, 104, 106 70, 95, 98, 104, 106 66, 98, 104, 106 2,113 70 66 106 62 70 60 71 , 100, 101 7, 35 3, 98, 99, 100, 104, 63, 85, 100, 112, 113 , 27, 35, 41, 42, 43, 94, 114 63 71, 99, 104, 107 66 71, 80, 83, 101, 108 26, 27, 63, 96, 104, 112 7,36 , 21, 27, 36, 42, 44, 81, 101 66, 98, 103, 104, 108 63, 76, 83, 101, 112 7, 36, 42, 46, 98, 113 113 67 27, 67, 85, 95, 98, 100, 101, 104, 106 26, 27, 30, 36, 42, 45, 47, 94, 96, 98, 104, 109, 113, 11 4 71 7, 25, 27, 36, 41, 42, 44, 85, 99 71 67, 76, 83, 101 67, 83, 63, H 63, 76, 25, 26, 27, 71, 95, 96, 98, 99, 13, 63, 103, 99, 104, 25, 71, 96, 98, Hawks, Van Herron, Mark Herron, Susan Hegwood, Michael Hicks, Lisa Hicks, Rebecca Hill, Mark Hill, Phil Holmes, Cathy Holmes, Jerome Holsomback, Jesse Holsomback, Lisa Holsomback, Patti Honeycutt, Wanda Hood, Mary Anne Hopkins, Stanley Hudson, Sandra Hughes, Beth Hughes, Renee Hyde, Vickie Inabinett, Rosemary Ingram, Helen Jackson, Dwayne James, Eddie James, Kevin James, Tracy Johnson, Robby Johnson, Terri Jones, Anthony Jones, Donna Jones, Genie Jones, Lou Ann Jones, Mark Jones, Regina Jones, Sheila Jones, Susan Jones, Timothy Jordan, Randy Key, Eddie Killingsworth, Chuck King, Rohnda King, Wahnda Kirkland, Kathie Klemenc, Kay Klemenc, Mary Knox, Michael Knox, Wendy Lacey, Lois Lancaster, Butch Lash, Laura Latham, Bill Latham, Sandra Lawley, Alvin Lawley, Lee Lawley, Tracey Lawley, Gorden Lawrence, Taylor Layton, Tammy Leach, Wade Lesley, Jo Lesley, Patricia Lightfoot, Robert Lightfoot, Scott Lilly, Beverly Lilly, Cary Lilly, Teresa Lilly, Todd Lott, Anna Lucas, Fred Lucas, Ronny Lucas, Steve Lutz, Richard Student Index 67, 76, 86, 97 71, 104, 107 7, 36, 99 63, 101 71 71, 95, 98, 99, 104, 106 63 7, 26, 27, 36, 42, 45, 94, 99 71, 106 63, 76, 97, 101 71, 99, 100, 101 63,113 63 71, 95, 98, 99, 104, 106 71, 104, 108 71 26, 63, 95, 96, 98, 100, 104, 108, 112 71 63 72, 86, 101 67, 100 86, 97, 100, 104, 108, 113 72, 80 , 87 67, 99, 104, 108 63 67, 85, 104, 106 7, 37, 99, 104, 106 67, 76, 83, 101 7,37 7, 67, 104, 106 7, 27, 37, 42, 104, 107 63, 76, 81, 101 63 7,87 63, 76, 86, 101 67, 99, 104, 67, 7, 37, 98, 99, 104, 64, 99, 67, 104, 27, 64, 95, 96, 98, 100, 104, 106, 64, 100, 104, 110, 7, 26, 27, 28, 37, 42, 45, 47, 81, 94, 100, 101, 112, 27, 37, 42, 43, 87, 100, r 7, 38, 41, 7, 38, 85, 104, 7, 38, 42, 44 64, 96, 98, 104, 106 72 7, 38, 42, 46 80 67 Martin, Darlene Maxwell, Michael Mayweather, Carolyn Mayweather, Mary McCarter, Lolita McCary, Sheila McCary, Tabatha McClanahan, Meador McCord, Felecia McCoy, Keith McCray, Annette McCullough, Ray McGiboney, April McGiboney, Butch McMillan, Sally McRee, Clay Melsoni, David Metz, Maya Metz, Naomi Mims, Tammy Miller, Henry Moore, Augusta Moore, Fred Moore, James Moore, Keith Moore, Lisa Moore, Mary Moore, Phyllis Moore, Sherry Morris, Alisa Morris, Icye Motes, Rodney Murphy, David Naivar, Charles Nalley, Linda Nalley, Melissa Nash, Doris Naugher, Mary Neal, Scotty Nelson, Mike Nieves, Julanda Nix, Georgenna Nix, Russell Nix, Sammy Nix, Sandra Owen, Tommy Pardue, Joellen Parker, Riggins Paschel, Aretha Paschel, Benita Paschel, Sharon Paschel, Sheilia Paschel, William Patrick, Jeff Peacock, Mike Peete, Benjie Penton, Michael Peoples, Benjamin Peoples, Kenny Peoples, Rodney Perkins, Robyn Perkins, Ruth Perry, Rick Phillips, Felecia Phillips, Joey Phillips, Robin Pickett, Lloyd Pickett, Lynne Pickett, Steve Polk, Betty Pope, John Posey, Alfred Prentice, Floyd Price, Laura Price, Scott Pruitt, Angela Pruitt, Debra Pruitt, Kenny Purnell, Bonita 67, 99, 103 27, 68, 95, 98, 100, 104, 7, 25, 27, 38, 42, 44, 47, 76, 87, 88, 94, 96, 101, 112, 7, 38, 98, 100, 112, 114 64, 104, 109 68 72, 98, 108 38 68, 76, 81, 101 72, 80, 83, 84, 101 7, 38 7, 39, 42, 44, 99, 104, 106 72, 99, 101, 106 68 64 72 72, 104, 106 72, 104 64, 113 68 39, 98, 104, 108 7, 39, 42, 46, 98, 99 68, 76, 87, 101 ted 39 7, 39, 99, 104, 108 7, 26, 27, 39, 42, 76, 86, 87,97, 101, 112 26, 64, 76, 86, 87,97, 100, 106 2, 104, 113 O 72 , 100, 112 , 104, 108 , 104, 106 104, 113 72, 113 7, 39 72, 104, 108 81,87, 101, 114 64, 95, 96, 98, 104, 108, 112 73 7,39 68 68, 95, 106 26, 27, 64, 95, 96, 103, 104, 108 64, 85, 104, 106, 114 73, 80 7, 39, 42, 46, 95, 98, 100, 104, 106, 112 73 68 64, 76, 86, 113 68 68 64 64, 98 68 73 68, 104, 109 73, 99, 101 64, 76, 101, 112, 114 68 Ray, Patricia Readal, Larry Readal, Michele Reed, Rex Reid, Allen Reid, John Reid, Teresa Riesener, Greta Riesener, Gretchen Roberts, Kevin Rochester, Cagle Romero, Cathy Romero, Manuel Roth, Andrea Rutledge, Carl Rutledge, James Rutledge, Leslie Rutledge, Terry Rutledge, Troy Sailes, Claudia Sailes, Clyde Sailes, Deborah Sailes, Glenda Sailes, Willie Sawyer, Tina Scott, Darryl Shinnick, Nancy Shinnick, Susan Shockley, Feleica Sides, Beth Siegrist, Jennifer Simpson, Debra Smelley, Marcia Smith, Dereck Smith, Jeff Smith, Lisa Smitherman, Quenton Smitherman, Tracy Sparks, Bonnie Spicer, Erin Spicer, Paul Staffney, Bryant Staffney, Kvin Staffney, Pamela Staffney, Tanya Staggs, Michael Stephens, Lyle Stewart, Joyce Stewart, Krislin Stoudemire, Penny Studdard, Keith Studdard, Scott Sutton, Julie Swain, Lucrecia Swain, Sally Taylor, Curtis Taylor, Eddie Taylor, Tina Thompson, Allen Thompson, Carey Thompson, Daniel Thompson, Kelvin Thompson, Tim Thompson, Tina Thrash, James Thrash, Jeff Thrash, Tony Thrift, Montez Thrift, Rodney Tingle, Susan Tishler, David Tolbert, Durwood Tolbert, Eric Tolbert, Lolita Tolbert, Rodney Towner, Ralph Tyus, Debra Tyus, Timothy Student Index 7, 40, 42, 44 26, 73, 96, 104, 108 64, 95, 98, 100, 104, 109 73 73 68 7,40 64, 101, 104, 109, 114 13, 64, 95, 98, 100, 104, 109, 112 64, 95, 98, 114 65, 98, 104, 107 73 65, 98, 113 73, 101 68, 104, 107 73 73, 80, 83, 84, 101 68 7, 40 73, 80, 86 68, 98, 99 65, 98, 99 65, 98 7, 13, 40, 42, 43, 104, 108 73 73, 99, 104, 106 7,40, 114 73, 101, 104, 106 73, 99, 104, 106 73, 95, 98, 104, 106 73 73, 99,113 40 7, 27, 40, 42, 45, 47, 94, 95, 101, 112 7, 40, 42, 44, 94, 98, 104, 106 73, 76 73, 104, 108 65 73, 95, 96, 98, 104 95, 98, 104, 106, 108, 111, 114 68, 86, 87 73, 80, 86, 87 74, 104, 109 25, 65, 104, 109 65, 104, 108, 112 74, 100 65, 104, 108, 112 65, 95, 98, 104, 106 74, 113 27, 68, 95, 98, 104, 108 7, 12, 20, 27, 40, 42, 47, 76, 87, 88, 97, 98, 100, 101, 112 68, 98, 104, 106 41, 42,43 74 ‘ 113 74 65 65, 76, 86, 101 7, 27, 41, 42, 46, 76, 87, 88, 94, 101 25, 69 74, 104, 107 74 13, 25, 69, 99, 104, 109, 113 74 69 74 27, 69, 76, 81, 101 65, 101 69, 100, 104, 109 65, 96, 98, 100, 104, 106, 114 65 65, 81, 101 7,41, 99 74, 101 74, 80, 86 65, 85, 104, 109 74 Verbitski, John Verbitski, Mark Walker, Meredith Walker, Rhonda Wallace, Rex Ward, Vanessa Watson, Leslie Weiss, Lori White, Jill White, Pamela Whitfield, Tammy Wilkinson, Steve Williams, Fitzgerald Williams, Gloria Williams, Joy Williams, Paula Williams, Vicki Woods, Kenneth Woods, Michelle Worthy, Barry Young, Pam Young, Shéry! Bailey, David Bearden, Cathey Belisle, Barbara Benton, Don Berry, Tony Bishop, Dot Colley, Colleen Craig, Junnie Cupp, Arthur Darden, Jane DeMent, Susie Fletcher, Elizabeth Gilliam, Richard Hermecz, Jim Holsomback, Delilah Long, Opal Martin, Melissa McClain, Johnnie McGaughy, Joanna Melsoni, Sue Moore, Lula Bell Morris, Douglas Parker, Ann Perkins, Joe Pnazek, Kurt Robinson, Delilah Turner, Willie Weese, Jim Williams, Barbara Williams, Jennifer Wilson, Sue Faculty Index 103. 104. 106 65, 110 65, 76, 86 65 13, 69, 99, 101, 102, 113 7, 12, 13, 41, 42, 94, 102, 104, 107, 114 69, 99, 102, 104, 108 7, 27, 41, 42, 45, 94, 95, 98, 104, 109, 114 65 65, 83, 101 65, 99, 104, 107 69, 96, 98, 104, 106 74, 99, 104, 108 69, 98, 99 74 69 74, 80, 86 Y 7,41 5, 98, 99, 104 20, 53, 76, 80 53, 100, 112, 114 2, 53, 98 53, 60, 98 54, 97 54 54, 94 54, 60, 99 59 55.99 24, 25, 55, 87, 99, 112, 114 59 20, 55, 76, 83, 84, 87, 101 56, 113 59 59 65, 113 56 56 59 59 57, 60, 96 67 52, 60 20, 57, 76, 81, 101 58, 95 58 58, 60 59 58 20, 85 Seiitor: Clare Golson Ewe | dex: “2 j Photog 7 2 Publisher: Taylor : “é On: Cat ee Speciah hang _ i” 4 _ % —s— ays °. Z k ) : E : F , a m gelia eee AT AE | vt The year has come, The year has gone, All that is left to us Are the memories. So take this key to the past, Relock the chest, But do look in again. . ° . Reminiscing... 1981 has been a year full of memories Many things have happened to make this year different from all the others. Some of these are: a new principal, a double-over time homecoming football victory, a mock presidential election, a band trip to Florida, College-Career Day, and draft registration. Others are the plays — The Forgotten Gift and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon, Steve and Cyndi’'s “wed- ding,” a basketball upset over Vincent release of the Iranian hostages, the resource class, girls basketball area cham- pions, voting registration, and a “Sail-On” Homecoming The year also meant a combined ath- letic banquet, sub-area baseball champs, the attempted assination of Reagan, the “Libyan” delegation at the UN, and the prom at the Hyatt House. This book is a treasure chest full of these memories 1981 Memories MHS Taylor Publishing

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