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The pictures are as represented in the Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth, Virginia yearbook or annual of the year indicated on the page.  The Memory pictures may not be complete and pictures and names may have been removed by request of the person involved. Also, it does not offically indicate the year of graduation and/or that the party in question graduated. This section of the website is dedicated to the memories of all alumni and are found in personal items that alumni have saved and were kind enough to allow it to be shared with others.  Thank You. If you are not represented in your class, or have other pictures for the memories section you may submit a photo to be added.  John “Eddie” Lee ’68.

Woodrow Wilson
High School
Portsmouth, Virginia
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Rawlings Williams
Grover Clay
William Rountree Brown
Philip Spear
Purl Powell
Helen Haines
Jean Lowe
Henry MacKenzie
Elizabeth Taylor
Lemuel Mayo
Edwin Owens
Sherwood Butler 
Kirk Burch
Director of Publicity
Director of Public Service
Director of Public Service
Director of Traffic
Director of Traffic
Lunch Room Director
Representative President Staff
Representative Student Staff
Representative Senior Class
Representative Junior Class
Representative Sophomore Class
Representative Freshman Class
Miss Ellen Lash                                                       Lysle Padden
          BJECT—Perhaps our object is best explained in a quotation irom Woodrow
          Wilson: “Political society is in real truth the eternal and natural ex- pression and embodiment of a form of life higher than that of the individual, that common life of mutual helpfulness, stimulation and contest which gives leave and opportunity to the individual life, makes it possible, makes it full and complete.”

METHOD—The Department of Publicity serves as the mouthpiece of the Student Council, co-operating with all worthy activities of the school and upholding
the ideals and plans of the Student Council through its close connection with the Home Rooms.
The Department of Public Service upholds the dignity and morale of the school,
maintains cleanliness, creates and maintains higher ideals among the students. The Department of Traffic regulates traffic in the halls, auditorium, and
The Lunch Room Department promotes cleanliness and order in the cafeteria and halls. 
RESULT—A fine school spirit, co-operation and sense of responsibility among
the students at large, improvements in the appearance of the school and the grounds
and enlightenment of the public opinion are the results of student participation
in the school government at Wilson.
CONCLUSION—What once was an experiment has at last become a successful reality.
John Ball
Jack Davis
Francis Brinkley
James Todd, Jr.
Jake Jacobson
Miss Carrie Spradlin
Lucy Bourke
Ansley Post, Jr.
Faculty Advisor
Ball, John
Brinkley, Francis
Carr, Jerome
Clay, Grover
Crewe, Robert
Davis, Jack
Goldberg, Milton
Jacobson, Jake
Jones, Howard
Leary, Edward
Mahoney, Charles
Morse, George Wray

Parker, Millard
Parker, Lemuel
Post, Ansley
Reuben, Israel
Rodman, Lloyd
Roundtree, William
Sheren, Ben
Trennent, Jack
Triplett, Billy
Todd, James
Williams, Owen