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
Forum "Shoe" steps into 1st Place.
Vocal Dept. float sews up 2nd Place
3rd place tips its "Hat" to the French Club.
I.C.T.'s Snoopy takes 4th place by a "Nose".
Everbody Loves . . .
. . . a Parade!
Wilson beauties reign over Homecoming: Karen Bangel, Kathy White-Queen, Judy Rupnik, Sharon Adams-Maid-of-Honor, Ginny Oliver, Debbie Broughton
Wilson's marching band opens the heart to the Homecoming Court.
Nerves on edge backstage before big assembly.
Kenny measures up to a perfect "36" (12-12-12)
Ginger and Skull add "Scentamental" touches.
"Tick-tock, tick-tock. Look who's trying to make a clock!"
Dave, Terry, and Suzzanne
The Wilson Band marches on in full force.
Double W Tri-HI-Y welcomes classes of 40½ and 41.
Latin Club greets the alumni.
Wilsonite Tri-Hi-Y gives "Toast" to alumni.
Robert L. Sweeney acts as Parade Marshall.
We don't really intend to "Drag" this one!
What a real stinker by Wullet Tri-Hi-Y.
Allen Tri-Hi-Y says, "You're sweet alumni".
D.E. grinds out a welcome.
Advanced course in bubble blowing at Wilson.
You don't say that the Annual Staff wasn't on time.
Future Nurces of America.
4 - B Officers: Mrs. Gunter, Linda Gunter, Donna Parker, Jo Ann Botner, and Janie Brooks.
"Guess who we are?"
Peggy Matthews-co-captian, Bill Jennings, Lee Hornstein, Kitty Keene, Paulette Batton, Cindy Brewer, and Janet Barnes are all smiles.
"Sandra, you don't need to raise your hand to ask a question."
"Don't be selfish with your candy, Sue."
Come on Lloyd, you can make it.
"Is it that bad, Ronnie?"
I wonder what will happen if I turn this dial?
Is that "Charlie horse" still bothering you?
Marlene Ackerman accepts this trophy for the Forum with pleasure.