Cazenovia Seminary
Faculty
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

KATHLEEN WALLACE, Middletown, N. Y.
        President Adelphian
       Treasurer Adelphian
      "Smile and the world smiles with you, weep and you go it alone." It wouldn't take the girls of the Senior House long to discover to whom this quotation belongs. "Kathie" is one of the peppiest and jolliest of the girls here, and is always ready for any good times that came along. We hear that next year her trunk will be speeding towards Syracuse and may she make as many friends there as she has while here in Cazenovia, and may success and happiness be hers.
HAROLD L. WHITTAKER, Woodhaven, N. Y.
President Lyceum
        President Senior Class
        President Y. M, C. A.
        Vice-President Oxford Club
        Debate Team '24, '25
        Baseball '24.
      "A School Leader".
     Surely those of us who have intimately known "Whit" can forsee him as a leader in his chosen profession. No one on the Campus this year has had more influence and used it to a better advantage than "Whit". Don't think however that "Whit" has had an easy time of it, this year. He is only President of the boys Senior House, President of  the Y. M. C. A., Social Secretary, at which he is very proficient, a leader in his society and last but not least President of the Senior Class. It is hard to find a fellow like "Whit" who is an excellent student and also a leader in school activities.
   We shall never forget "Whit's" winning smile and pleasing personality, which are sure to carry him to even greater success in college than he has had here. As Seniors we are proud of our president and will rejoice with him in his future successes. Go to it! "Whit".
JOHN R. WILLIAMS, Jordan, N. Y.
         President Lyceum
         President Oxford Club
         Football '25
         Basketball '25
         Track '25
    "Smile and the World smiles with you."
    Somewhere Johnny learned this motto and certainly learned it well, for he puts it into practice every day of his life. His irresistible smile has won a place for him in the heart of every student here at school. He is loved, admired and respected by everyone.
     Johnny is one of those rare combinations of an all around athlete, a scholar, a gentleman and a good fellow. This is a combination that will carry him a long way in his profession. We have great hopes in you, Johnny, and expect to see you at the height of your profession some day.
    Although Johnny is going away down to Connecticut next year, we will not lose him entirely, for his interests will still be centered around this part of the country, especially around the Home Economics College at Syracuse University. Good Luck, Johnny.
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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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