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Page 58 THE ORIOLE JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY PEAKING for the Class of ’28, we are able to say with pride that we have the largest class in the school and it is also the most thoroughly united class. In regard to school spirit and for effort for the school we rank high. Space does not per- mit individual statements from each member of the class upon its love for old P. H. S., but the school may count on ’28’s loyalty at all times. As Freshmen we were a bit slow in finding ourselves. We had many mistaken ideas about high school life. These were corrected in the course of time. We met with very many ob- stacles such as Latin, Algebra, Science, and so forth, but we were proof against them all and even the haughty Seniors had to admit that in every way possible the Freshmen were “right there.” So our Freshmen year came to its close with every- one of the general opinion that it had been more than successful. Our Sophomore year! Verily, the name of Sophomore was never more truly applied. During this year some of the same handicaps confronted us as in our Freshman year; these proved too much for some who dropped from our number. But the greater part of us still traveled on mid joys and sorrows. Now, as Juniors we know what is expected of us individual- ly and collectively. We can hardly keep from smiling at our earlier distorted views of school life. We know that while it is a great thing to win honors and championships, it is also a great thing to be able to lose with a fair mind towards one’s opponents; to lose without dishonoring the spotless seal of our school. As to the future, we can but guess, hope, perhaps, and work. We shall continue our sincere devotion and loyalty to the school, and to our class. There is one thing of which we are certain: 1927-’28 will speak far more eloquently than we speak now. We make no extravagant prophecies. Colleen Seagle, ’ 28 , Historian.
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