Cazenovia Seminary
Faculty
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

STEPHEN GODDEN, Oswego, N. Y.
       
Philomathesian
       President Junior Class
       President Oxford Club.
    "Steve" is a true friend to all.
    His watch-word seems to be, "Do it well." And he surely does when it comes to studies, and his duties as House-Master of the Keppel House, also in the way he keeps Doctor Hamilton's car in running order. 
    As some one has said, "Our loss is another's gain," so we feel that Syracuse University will be gaining a good student when Stephen goes on the hill.
    Judging from the past we know that Stephen will make a good Missionary.
    Our best wishes for your success go with you Stephen.
VERNA GOUGH, Peterboro, N. Y.
       Eromathean
       Basketball '25
       Senior Play--"Cheer Up, Chad".
    "0, the light that shines in woman's eyes."
    Verna, one of the merriest of the merry throng of the Senior House, though unassuming she is jolly and full of pep, with many fine traits of character which her many friends will never forget. Good luck, Verna, may you succeed in scholarship and in friendship in your college career as you have here.
ROBERT GREGG, Cazenovia, N. Y.
    Philomathesian
    Basketball '25
    Baseball '25
    Robert, who is better known on the athletic field as "Bob", has brought a great deal of credit to his school. He is a star at both basketball and baseball. Besides being a good athlete, he is a good student, and always radiates an atmosphere of good cheer and friendliness. He is a resident of Cazenovia, and is known to all the villagers as a good all round fellow.
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Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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