Class of '25
Senior Class Notables
|WARREN H. AUYER , Cazenovia, N. Y.
Baseball '23, '24, '25
"Speech is silvern, but silence is golden"; we seldom hear "Pete", but he has been one of the quiet factors which compose the basis of the ideal student body. If he captains a ship on the sea of matrimony as well as he did the baseball team of '24, we all predict a safe and happy voyage. "Pete's" going to Syracuse--to become a real, well-bred, civil engineer.
|EDRIE AXTELL, Cranberry Lake, N. Y.
Whoever wrote, "You can't judge a book by its cover", certainly must have had Edrie in mind, To see her in classes one would think she was a very quiet little person but her friends in the: Morse House will tell you that a livlier, more fun-loving girl would be hard to find, We shall all be sorry to have to say "Good-bye" to her in June but we know that her many very important friends in Cranberry Lake will be glad to have her return to them.
|ETHEL AYER, Cazenovia, N. Y.
Ethel Ayer is the kind of a girl everyone likes to know and have for a friend. She is very quiet and studious when she is at school or at her home duties, but nevertheless Ethel is a good sport and will go out of her wav at any time to do something for you. She takes especial interest in her Church and religious interests.
Some day she hopes to become a nurse and ease the suffering of the sick. She will make a success we know, for she is a very good student and puts her heart and mind right into her work, but we will not lose her yet, she will be with us for another year, if all is well.
Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004
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