SEPTEMBER

September 1O~Opening day  of School~Mob scene.
                       Many rats were scurrying hither and thither through the building.
September 2O~Coach Kibler issued call for football men and many responded.
September 3O~First publication of the Student. It surely wentover the top.

OCTOBER

October  2O~Installation of Student Council members-Pins presented.
October  27~Navy Day Program-a chance to see the Navy Yard-Oh, boy!
October  31~Hallowe'en Day~The Spooks will get you if you don't watch out.

NOVEMBER

November 11~Holiday at last! This one is Armistice Day.
November 24~Another holiday~Thanksgiving Day this time Turkeys-Mum!
November 26~Wilson defeated her old enemy, Maury, in the race for championship.
November 28~Seniors looked happy! What's happened? Rings and pins arrived.

DECEMBER

December 2~Wilson victorious over Newport News for Tidewater Championship.
December 6~Victory over Roanoke for State Championship - Goal line uncrossed this season.
December 8~Dramatic Club presented "Mrs. Bumpstead - Leigh"  Great suecess.
December 15~Anniversary of Student Government.  Program in auditorium.
December 23~Christmas  Play - "Why  the Chimes Rang," given by Student Club.
                     Holidays began, to everyone's delight.

JANUARY

January 3~School reopened after those glorious holidays-Exams near at hand.
January 7~Glee Club under the direction of  Mr. King organized.
January 21~Honor Program given by Student  Government.
January 25~Exams!  My, how dreadful that word sounds.

FEBRUARY

February  2~We, with tears in our eyes, bade farewell to the Class of '26½
February  8~Pictures taken  for  President. What primping the girls-and even the boys~did!
February 21~George Washington Program presented in auditorium.

MARCH

March 2~Snow!  Snow!  The "ill wind" blew us two days' holiday.
March 25-26~Fool's Follies"   Senior Mid­y e a r Production, presented with  Great success.
March 3O~French Club presented "Joan, the Maid," in auditorium.

APRIL

April 1~Baby Day!  Here at last!  What fun! to see ourselves as we used to look.
April 9-14~Faster Holidays.

MAY

May 12~Junior-Senior Banquet!! Gee day.Whiz! Eats were fine and program great.
May 30~Memorial Day- Another Holiday!

JUNE

June      ~Exam s ! S u c c e ss or Failure? Which shall he our lot?
June 12~Clad in caps and gowns we attended church to hear the Baccalaureate Sermon.
June14~Our Class Play presented.
June15~We, the Class of '27, with joyful yet sorrowful hearts received our diplomas and bade good-bye to dear old Wilson.
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Portsmouth, VA
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The Class Roster and pictures are as represented in the Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth, Virginia yearbook or annual of the year indicated on the page.  The Roster may not be complete and pictures and names may have been removed by request of the person involved. Also, it does not officially indicate the year of graduation and/or that the party in question graduated.  If you are not represented in your class, you will be added to the last page of the year and you may submit a photo to be added.  All information on these pages came from the yearbook represented and alumni who have passed on information and may not be accurate.
  John “Eddie” Lee ’68



1926 Class History