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1966 Sports
Sports
1966 Faculty & Staff
Faculty & Staff
1966 Class Roster
Class Roster
Queen's
Court
GINNY  LOU  MORIN
Homecoming Queen
ELLEN  GRACE
Senior  Attendant
SUE  BRADSHAW
Senior  Attendant
NAOMI  NATALIO
Maid-of-Honor
KAREN  BANGEL
Junior  Attendant
BONNIE  ROSS
Junior  Attendant
"Which one will it be?" 
always a homecoming delight!
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Everybody loves . . .
. . . a parade!
all the work . . .
. . . suddenly becomes worth while!
"We'll be back again . . .
. . . in Fall 1966!"
Sue Bradshaw and her campaign manager, Butch Bisese.
Luther Blair introduces his candidate, Ginny Lou Morin.
Sammy Bush and Ellen Grace approach the stage.
Naomi Natalio is escourted up front by Paul Hurdle.
Homecoming  Court  -  1965
Present generation shows grads how its done today.
Vheerleaders join in as Abe Goldblatt presents his campaign song out of the past.
Mom and Dad tell their offspring how it was in their day.
Highlight of the assembly was a talk by Abe Goldblatt.
Mayor Smith of Portsmouth greets Mayor Kilgore of Hampton.  Her honor is a member of the graduated class that was honored this year.
I.C.T.'s "Heap Big Welcome" wins FIRST PLACE honors.
Club members put finishing touches on their float.
Woodrow Wilson Tri-Hi-Y takes SECOND PLACE honors.
Vocal Department took THIRD PLACE honors with "Sunday Best".
Ginny Lou Morin - queen, Naomi Natalio - maid-of-honor, Ellen Grace, Sue Bradshaw - senior attendants, Bonnie Rose, Karen Bagel - junior attendants.
The Yearbook Staff salutes alumni.
Forum entry wins FOURTH PLACE honors.
Georgianna Edwards leads the Dreamer's Bull in the parade.
"Slow down, Tommy! Roger's hair is blowing."
Presidents Tri-Hi-Y makes a fine showing.
Prexie Tri-Hi-Y baked a cake just for the alumni.
Pull!!!
Woodrow Wilson Hi-Y gushes out a welcome for the alumni.
The Art Club really did a fine on this float.
D.E. Club is sold on the alumni.
Mary Jo Wallace is happy stop the Allen Tri-Hi-Y float.
"Don't be embarassed, Joe!"
Art Club members finish up in time for the parade.
Wilson band is in its usual fine form.
There's no doubt about the Queen being happy!
Pat Taylor accepts trophy for Woodrow Wilson Tri-Hi-Y.  Their float came in second.
Front: Janice Austin - co-captian, Susan Hinton - mascot, Carol Crute - co-captian.  Back: Bonnie Buchanan, Paulette Taylor, Ann Heely, Peggy Mathews, Janet Blow, Margaret Bright, Linda Bishop, Janet Barnes.
The 1939 football team is all ready in roll.
Woodrow Wilson Tri-Hi-Y members make a last minute check.
Ann Kilgore, Hampton's mayor, serves as Parade Marshall.
Double WTri-Hi-Y emphasizes its welscome.
Wilson Tri-Hi-Y gives a "Ring of Welcome" to returning alumni.
Dr. Allen crowns Ginny Lou during half time ceremonies.
Homecoming Committee.
"Please girls! I'd rather do it myself!"
"That was one picture Coach enjoyed taking!"
Look at the "Bird of Paradise!"