Cazenovia Seminary
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

    "Dottie" adds quite a bit of spice to the girls' Senior House. She is always ready to do her work, and consequently is prepared for sport when the time comes. She is one of the brightest girls in the Seminary and is a charter member of the Senior Class. One finds her to be one of the shy, quiet girls but at the same time she always has a gay smile and kind word for everyone. We hope that fifty years hence if any of her classmates should chance to meet her, she may still be "young".
DONALD W. BAIRD, Bridgeport, Conn.
      President Lyceum
      Football '25
      Track  '25
      Senior Play-"Cheer Up, Chad".
    "Don" is a boy with many abilities. "Don" never disappoints us, because we all can hear him when he gently approaches, especially in the Senior House. He makes a very good leader, perhaps due to his capableness of commanding the respect of the fellows, and his fine personality. He is an experienced comedian; also he made his letter in football as quarterback, and is out for track this spring.
    We are all at sea to know what occupation "Don" will follow as his life work. We understand that his father is a business man, but however, "Don" is wont to linger around the "Math room". We all appreciate his good tastes and feel assured of his ultimate success in life.
AMY BLAKESLEE, Perryville, N.Y.
    "Amy" means friendship and Amy's friendship is certainly worth gaining. She is probably not as well known as most of the girls in the class for she has been here only this year and takes but two subjects. She is a faithful worker and a loyal Adelphian. Our best wishes go with her. 
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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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