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Tune: "Killing Me Softly"
Words by Mary Hall 
We have served thee with devotion
Filling our minds to the brim
Seeing the future so closely
Seeing the future so closely.

You stood so close by our sides
In all our dark despair
And never gave a doubt
As to what was always there
You took us, gave us courage
To face life day by day

We now must leave this closeness
To join the changing earth
And never lose what we thought our ideas were worth
So we must thank our Wilson
For being our friend

And as we part, we flourish
With knowledge of the days
We laughed and learned together
Drew close in every way
So as we part at last, now
We bid you our farewell.

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by John "Eddie" Lee class of '68
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

President - Faye Rooks, Vice-President - Sharrell Clifton, Secretary - Robin Faulk,
Girls Treasurer - Vivian Howard, Boys Treasurer - Alf Mapp, S.C.A. Representative _ John Woodall and Teresa Williams and Honor Court Representatives - Anna Smeher, Sponsors - Mrs. Bryce and Mrs. Morrison.
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75-76 Reunion
Reunion Pics from 
October 2005
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Woodrow Wilson
 High School
Portsmouth, VA
1972 was first year that a official class history was NOT included in the yearbook. This is one of several changes to come.  The seventies were a time of change.