Cazenovia Seminary
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

    "Eddie" as he is known to most of us will long be remembered as a friend and chum. He is one of the squarest fellows in the  Seminary, and is not known to have a single enemy. Eddie is a second Thomas Jefferson in that he has a remarkable ability to write. Yet Thomas Jefferson was a poor public speaker, which cannot be said of "Ed." A great many of us make an attempt at Elocution, but Eddie is a real speaker. Our best wishes go with you Eddie.
LORA ROWLEY, Fabius, N. Y.
      Basketball '25
      Secretary the Senior Class
    Is "Lorrie" good-natured? Well, I guess. Is she obliging? Most certainly. What does she intend to do? Well, she's going to Syracuse University next year to take a course in Domestic Science. I wonder why. Many friends? Yes, even boys. And what would the Senior Class do without Lora as their secretary? We can't imagine. Good success to you, Lora!
HELEN RYDER, Cobbleskill, N. Y.
Girl's Council
         Basketball '25
      Helen is a quiet sort of person who makes friends galore.  She has been with us only a year but her bright and sunny disposition will always be remembered.
It would he difficult to say in what phase of the school life Cazenovia will miss her most. She has played a prominent part in each--from basketball and the council to socials. Starting out with "cold hands" she has climbed the social ladder to the top without missing a single step! We hate to let her go but we know that success will follow her in her course at Syracuse University,
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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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