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.
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Faculty & Staff
LOU ANN ALEXANDER
Woodrow Wilson Tri-Hi-Y's "Stirring a Welcome"
earns FIRST PLACE honors
F.T.A's elephant captures SECOND PLACE
Forum goes "Deeper than the Ocean" to take THIRD PLACE honors
V.O.T. seems to have things pretty much in balance.
Woodrow Wilson Hi-Y recalls the days of flag pole
French Club welcomes alumni to its French sidewalk cafe.
The Triangle Tri-Hi-Y butterfly was very colorful
D.E. 's ostrich greets the classes of 37½ - 38
Presnoir Tri-Hi- Y presents a warm Southern welcome
Queen Annette Jenkins, Maid-at-Honor Delores Batkins, Lou Ann Alexander, Frances Barnes, Marilyn Motley, Sherry Ross.
Double W T'rt-Hi-Y shoots a "Hi Alumni"
Queen Annette with escort Richard McCarthy during halftime ceremonies of the Homecoming game
This float is ready to go into orbit for visiting alumni.
Laura Daughtry, Terry Evans, and Sophie
MacKenzie work hard on the Queen's float
Lancaster Tri-Hi-Y came up with a colorful chariot
U.S.S. Art Club comes "tootin" up High Street
Delores Batkins has just received the exciting news that she will be Maid-of-Honor in the Homecoming Court
"And the band plays on!"
Annette Vick, Joyce Williams, and Christy Turner hard at work trying to make their float the best in the parade.
Senior Class sends out a 'Well dressed welcome"
Willett Tri-Hi-Y recalls pages from the '38 President
The "Big Apple" as done by the returning alumni during the Homecoming assembly proved to be a huge success
Allen Tri-Hi-Y comes up with a "Witchin Welcome"
Cheerleaders in their traditional Homecoming outfits were quite evident during the annual assembly
Mixed Chorus displays visible proof of what it thinks of the alumni
Mixed Chorus goes musical in its feelings
D.E. members really had a good time pushing their wheelbarrow
Aqua Tri-Hi- Y had a ready welcome
Wilsonite Tri-Hi-Y guides classes of 37½ - 38 back to Wilson High
Alta Tri-Hi-Y was quite an attraction with its barrel of honey