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Any corrections or omissions please submit them by E-Mail web pages designed and maintained 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 TONI WILLIAMS Homecoming Queen MABEL LAWRENCE Maid-of-Honor . . . the event which highlights the school year for everyone with its active campaigning, . parties, assemblies, . election, float . preparations, . parade, barbecue, . and game . ceremonies. The Forum Club's magnificent white swan floats to SECOND PLACE victory Presnior Tri-Hi-Y's caterpillar proves unique enough to gain FOURTH PLACE F.T.A.'s cat captures FRIST PLACE Prexie's genic rolls out the red carpet of welcome 4 -- "bees" Jackie Sutton, Susan Abbott, and Iris Jarvis extend a "Honey of a Welcome" to the alumni Wilsonite Tri-Hi-Y earns THIRD PLACE award for greeting cards with memories from the past. Cheryl Green and Donna Adkins enjoy the Limelight. Judy Beale and "friends" welcome classes of 36½ - 37 Janice Sumrell, Sharon Brantley, and Donna Outland bring greetings from the orchestra "Gosh, Barbara, that's going to be a big sweater, isn't it?" asks Lee Ashlet. "You go first! I can wait!" says French Club's Linda Dashiell to Bobby Welton "Smile, Mrs. Byrd! You're on Candid Camera". directs Claudia Wallace Ellen Anderson, Rhea Levinson, and Carol Cruse put finishing touches on Forum Club's swan. Still the best band in the land! Queen Toni Williams, Maid-of-Honor Mabel Lawrence, Nancy Piland, Sandra Edwards, Woodie Motley, Pat Henderson Betty Counts and Nina Hopewell welcome alumni on the Dance Club float representing "Three Coins in a Fountain." Joanne Williamson of Triangle Tri-Hi-Y brings greetings from all parts of the world Billy Williams, S.C.A. vice-president, brings roses for Queen Toni Williams Becky Ridenour, Pam West, Barbara Creech and Sue Everett present the alumni with an overflowing "horn of plenty" Ginger Martin and Dianne Twilley at work on Queen's float Carol Skundberg, Gayle Freedman, and Linda Bayton work hard to make the F.T..A. float the first place winner it is Allen Tri-Hi-Y members and "friends" enjoy working on their float . Mr. W.T.H. Galliford handles the questions during the student-- alumni quiz bowl at Homecoming assembly Toni Williams anticipates the usualk reward from Dr. Allen after her crowing Frances Blasio, Pam Hunt, Donna Miller, Joyce Smith, and Butchie Hanrahan welcome classes of 36½ - 37. Roberta Bryan, Sandra Moore, Jo Ann Rowe, and the Aqua Tri-Hi-Y bring a "Heavenly Welcome" Shirley Staples and Sue Gomery do the honors as Lancaster Tr-Hi-Y brings greetings from Hawaii Varsity cheerleaders in their traditional garb--Sarah Willis, Bobbie Weiss--Co-captains, Frances Barnes, Linda Archer, Lind Metcalf, Janie Wall, Diane Dickinson, Betty Raymond, Pat Arnold, Nancy Dyson Latin Club float braves the stiff wind that came up during the parade Barbara Burke stands tall on the D.O. Club float Mary Sue Welton, Laura Daughtry, and Judy Lester don't have far to go to answer the phone JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS "This year we initiated vests for basketball" "We rolled over Mr. Trucker that night" A welcome break during halftime at the Maury game!
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