Kathleen L. Gambrell 
Mauldin SC
Michael Jerome Bennett
Richmond, VA

Chris Emanuel Bowen

James Maurice Burden

Robin Leanne Callahan
Buena Parker, CA
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Sylvester Mills, Jr.

Cindy Treadway 
Belleville, MI

Reginald Williams
Regina Newsome

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Holly Overman
Teresa Payne

Steve Pearson

Janis Perry
Donna Mooney
Suffolk, VA

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Vernadette Moore

Claudette Mosberger
Cheryl Potts

Foresstine Reed

Debra Satterwhite
Mark Regula

Iris Sendejo
Mindy Silberstein 
Highland Park, NJ

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Donna Sykes
Wayne Silverberg

Anita Sumner
Jeandell Thompson

Brenda Van Beber

Kenneth Wells
Woodbridge, VA
Mike Walden

Deborah Welton(Ott)
 Eden Prairie, MN
Joseph Wilkinson

Sandy G. Williams 

Larry Wright
Emmitt Williams

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A student diligently proofreads his English paper.
Arleen Person
macbeth seen as popular-
term papers as necessary
and time consuming
   As a Senior, English class can be very interesting and involving.  When questioned this year, students said MACBETH, well-known play by William Shakespeare, would mbe the most exciting topic covered during the year.
    When the seniors were asked if they thought term papers were necessary, reponses varied greatly.  Students taking advanced coures and planning to attend college responded they should be a requirement.  They though they were good preparation for further education.  Students not wishing to go to gollege thought the papers were very time consuming and served no purpose.
Thersa Ramsey
Carrollton, VA

Marion Robinson
Debbie Brett, Brian Kodman, Emmitt Willtiams, and Teresa Payne enjoy the privilage of the Senior table.
Curtis Sharpe

Steven Sledge
      As underclassman grow up to Seniors, they earn or have Senior privilages passed on to them.  To name a few are first assembly, first to lrave assemblies,m the Senior lunch table, and exemption from exams with an "A" average.
    Many seniors feit that they were "ripped-off" when the eighth graders held signs and other unnderclassmen gave their respective class cheers (both Senior privilages). The respect was lost, and as a result, there was tension between the Seniors and underclassmen.
     However, the privilage of Senir Assembly with the Senior Class Play and Friendship Line will remained isn tact.
Mary Tyndall

Jerry Watson
Byron Westbrook

Marvin Williams
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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

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