Steele High School - Annual Yearbook (Dayton, OH)

 - Class of 1921

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T Lkx, X Xxb x 6 X X qs GF Clionian Society ELLA BEELER f'.XTIIERINIC 4Q'ARuLAN1p ELIZABETH CnuM1.E1: BIARGAHI-IT DAv1s PAYLINE ND1LLswuRTH RUTH Folm ROSALY N FRA N K ELSIE MA E BYETZ H BIARY BIARGARET DE BIAIRICL ENIDERS HOBERTA FLORY RUTH FOGLE EDITH FUNK SEXI4 DHS -TUNIORS AYS 3IILIbRl'IIb IQIGLICLE NATIIALIE LARSUN FIQANCIAIS 1l1c1IA1:1vsuN RUTH lIosT EVA SAVER 1NlRU'1'1IY SILLXXOR XYIZIINA STEWART AMBER GRANGER EDITH GIiRsT THERESA II1'RsT XYIRHINIA Iilillll BIAHGAIKET 1I.XT'l'1Il'IXVS ELLALIE QVAIL SOPHOMORES CATHERINE AGNE DOROTHY ALLEN DONNA ANDERSON SARAH FEAR DIARY GRAY CAT H ERIN E HQJLI A HVAY ICDNA IIOVSMAN THELMA IQENT IRMA BIILLLIR HELEN OULEY FRANCES ROBERTSON ELIZABETH Yux .iclbvisor-AIRS. DICKSON JI0lLf0i"TlJg6U.lG1' let us beat this ample field" Colors-Black and silver Duy of pllceting-F1'iday Page Ninety Seven 1 KS nMb VN ll xx W1 Ellen H. Richards Society SICNIOHS l+"1:1cm RI'N1n1-:x'1'x1.xI, li.x1:1:.x1:.x , EVA 1'I'1:L1f: Sxlmlf IPAVIIPHHN HVTH D1'1:Nlf:1,I, .TVN lf: Duxrs II1cNu11c'1"1xx AMN I"-xI'rH RFIRIQUXVS 'NIURS lloIm'l'I IY M4 I 1f:1I'1' '4 'LAIKY II1cI.1f:x BI4'I".x1:I..xxn 3l.x1:'1'11.x SIIANK ICl,lz.x1:1f:'r1i Wnummx G1:.xf'1a H.x1'N1f:1: 3l.XYl!l4II,I,IC Sulml-' GLHNNA t'11.x1'M.xN 1ml:u'1'11Y S'1'mms I,1"c'Y Il.u'sK.x1:'r BIARY S'l'Ul!MS M.x1:1cI, Iflxmcus lI1f:I.l-:N TlC.Xl'l'I X lam NVELTY SUPIIOMUIKICS TmN.x .XNIPICIISUN lxulf:1:uI'1um I,I'm:1:1f:N SARAH lun: EMMA Mm'l'1I1csx1-:Y MII.llI!IfIIl ll.x1:'1'z11:1, IIm,1-:N Wmxl-:lr .1471-im:--Bliss F. M. Gulcuoux .lIUffllL"TllPl'P is no unhle lifv without a mrlnlv aim." f'0Im'.Q-Gold and whitv Day of JIf'Pff'Ilfjl'-XV91'lIlPS1'I2l3' Page Ninety-Nine r l AclviS0 I. Steele BERNIGE BUYER PAULINE CHANEY VIOLET EVANS EI.IzA11E'1'II FOLGER ESTIIER GIIY IQATIIRYN HIXIIL RIISALIE IIGHLER LINWGGII IIOOVICR RIARY KNOX LGUISE IQRAMICR ALMA LINXXVICILIGR JANE lltll.-XXX BIARY MI'ssELMAN ETHEL GUY IQATIIRYN HAIIN REAH BIILLER VIRGINIA 11001215 LEILA NIESTIGII TIARRIET RGSNAGLE BIARIUN ROTHAAR RUTH SGIIAEI-'EER Y. W. C. A. Club SENIOIIS . JUNIOIIS HELEN 4 2l'AH'l'l'II, lmIu1'1'IIY R111-IIINI ,XLIUIC SKICLLY YERNA STl'INV.XIl'l' f'A'1'1I1-:RINE SI'1:E1: llHI!U'l'I'IY SwI'1'zE11 lG11NA XYHN 1!E1:GE ELSIIC YIIRIS GwENI1111.YN XVIQICKS IGVELYN lVI'l'IIUI"'l' FAITII XYULF f'.XR1lUI,I. NVINIIIS fl.kTIII'IRINIG lVlNlIllYAliIb ETIIE1. I.'1:I:AN 'IQATIIRYN lV.XMl'l.l5ll IEAIIELLE XVI-IST KATIIIRYN XYULF FLOII ENC E XVI PRR ELL BIAIZICL XYRIHIIT llI'TII YuI'NGs IQATIIHYN ZILE SUPHUMURES FLOSSIE BACK MILIIRED BRA'1"rEN RACIIEI. BROXVN JEAN CGI,YILI.E ANGELA IIEII.GEIf11R11 SARAH HINES ICATIIRYN HI1I.I.I1wAY LnI'IsE JIIHNSGN L0Is IQELLY VIRGINIA IQLING EL E1 "1'A I, EII AI A N ALI:1':R'rA Bll'IIlI.I3I4Ill'l'H XlAli'l'H.X 1llH'l'l'I llI"l'II MI'ssELAIAN f'H.XRI,0'l"1'I'I NWI-:N LEIINA SlV'l'I.Xl'll'lFl'lH ERNESTINE SEIAIAIIIVI' BIAHIE SGIIAIIIIT ALIGE SPIGER ELIZ.XIil'l'1'II Yux BIIRIAM ZUNIRRUM 8431133 GRACE 1lL'Nl"1"I', MIss 4l'ARRIE BIRICICNIC, Mus. JGIIN FINL1-:Y Colors-Red and black Motto-'ATO live pure. to speak true, to right w1'oI111g, to follow the King" Daly of JICCTIZIIQ-TllESd2l4j' Page One Hundred and One Geographical Society K141'1'11 1'l'S'l'1S C'11.x1a1.14s l'l11w.x1:11s -10141 ICNs1,1-:Y Rn1:141c'1' F1ms14 E1'4:14N14 II.x141:1.1x J.n114s lI141m.xN XVINSTHN 1,1414 II,x1.1'H 'l'1Ns1,14Y W11,1,1.x51 W4x1:x141: 11.11.14 luvls SICNIUHS 1 1'1.X1il.l-IS lI11.1. -T14.xx l'.x1'1, Jox14s I I 1411111-:1:'1' KA11 N lZ.xs11. E. LICIGYI'Ill lbrlcwnnln Sx11'1'11 lmxx Vvsux JVNIHIIS W1 1,1.1.xA1 XY.X1.I,.U'l'I .XL1,14N W11,soN NV.x1.'1'141: Wu1.1-' SUl'IIUMUHl'IS ltmsl-:11'1' Us1.141: l+"1:141 1141111 'Ii G1,.xz14 J A 1114s SNYI1141: A l fl:-i.wr--3111. W1411'1'HN 141: IM .lj uf ,llvvfiuyff-l"'1'idz1y ellnffo-'l'l1o wo1'l11 To 1'0ll1lllt'I' 'IV olm'x-lied and bla vk Page One Hundred and Three H f" ,fQ I7 I Foreword Galhering as we stray, a sense Of life so lovely and infense Il lingers as we wander hence. GEORGE BARTE JOHN BLOCHICR HAROLD BIGGER LYSLE BUTLER EUGENE 'HIXERIIIN RICHARD HENDRIUKG LOXVELL HOLI'cROss CHARLES HOEV JEAN JONEs u I-Ii Y Club SENIORS DAVID DICCONNAVGIIICY ROBERT BICCUNNAVGIIEY EUGENE CETONE HAROLD DUNHAII XVALTER FERGVGON HOWARD GEIGER TISCHER HOERNER DAVID LANGE PHILIP LEI:ENDER1f'ER XVILLIAM PAYN14: X'ERL PERRINE LOUIS POOCII JUXIORS LOI'Is MCLI-:AN RICIIARD MOTE ERICGON POLING ITAVID PRI'GII IQENNETH RIICNCII NORMAN ROI'TzOHN DIYRON Slclcln' JOHN SHANIQ D1-:AN I'I'sON 1'AI'L tv1'SON RODERT Z1-:IIRING PAI'L SIIILEV RICHARD Sl'HXVAR'1'Z FIOYD STHNER VIIARLICS TYSON JOHN XYANUE CIIARLES xVAGNl'Ill WILLIAM XVAGNICR URVILLE XVRIGIIT DONALD X'UI'XG IIILIJRETH ZICIIRING SOPHOMURES ROGER BYRY NELSON IYRHAN HOWARD HARTAIAN RIUHARD XVAGNICR GEORGE BIARSHALL XVILLIAM WRIGHT DON NOBLE RORERT YUFNG A fl D isor-P. H. 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SA111.12Y HICUIIHIC S'1'.xl11, ImN.x1,11 SI'NIIIIlGl'. l'Im:.x1: 'l'm,l.r:Y m:x'11.1.1c NN 1:u:1l'1' 'l'1 1m1.xs Hm,1n1N XYILLIAM Buxsl-11: S'r1f:1'111cx Brvluxux IluI.l,.x H.x1:I,mx' SU1'llu3lnl!lCS J1lSl'II'lI I,nxux1cm'1i11:1: II.XlU'lCY M11.1.1c1: Luo Zm1A11f:1ux.xx l'1.ms.xx'1' Z1xu11cm1Axx . .lflri.w1'-Iiulhxxlr Llcxixx Huy of Allf'1'1'i1zy1-F1'i4h1..v Page One Hundred and Seven n P ,x rw 'xxi' f 'fF5Lf iSEg gkikepvf, 5 1 QB I 1 If xc Q If VX ,f Y 6 r Technical Research Society Glcuuurz BAIITE CHIIIILES HOLY PAVL LAPD YVILLIAM PILx'IHI:1c CLI:o RE'I'I'1a11 HENRY 1iIcIiTHI-:II SENI4 DHS E.II:L RI'I'I'IzI:'I' MYIIQN SIIIJRY IIAIIRY SEFTON IlI'I:won1m SMITH I,I:uN,IIum SIIITII ICIrw.xI:I+ TOIIIAS IQARL WUIIITSCII JUXIOHS RQIIIQIIT HAAS HIIL SCIIIIEWIQJII TIIQAIAS IQING RUGER S'IILxI'ss BYRON LI"Iz ImN.xLIv YUIINI: HILIIIIIQTH ZIQIIIIINIQ SOPHOMORES H.-XRIRY CUSNER AI.If1:EIr I1ILL XVILLIAM FOUTZ liolzrsm' REX OIIALIL GIQUIIGE S'I'IcwIxI:'I' WAI.I.AC1s Iidrisor-MII. E. J. 1im:INsoN Day of Jlcefing-Tl11I1-sday Page One Hundred and Nine A Steele Service Society SICNIUICS li1.I,.x Bl:lc1,1:l: lius.xI.II4: Ilu111.1-11: BIILIUIKICIJ lbmlvy Mu,n1c11:1v K1a1.1:1,1-: l'.xI'I,1N14: lVlI,l,SXYUll'l'I'I l4'Lol:lcN4'la BIAYIGIQ -IVNIG Imxrs lxxl-3 Blvfixxx l'AxI'1,1x1-3 lJm'uH'rx' 4'11.x1:m'1"1'1f: N11-:m1.xA111:u Y1u1.Ia'1' Exxxxs Illcm-:N QI'.x1:'1'1c1, EI,IZAI!Ii'l'lI I"uI.u1-11: lixxxll-: l:USICX'1'11.XI, GL.mys l"'1cY.x1c l'.xI'1,1N1a Swulcm' MAx1u:.x1uf:'1' II.x1,'1'm1,xx HWI-1NI1uI.YN Wm-:Ks ID1.Im1:1-:'1'11 Wmsmux JVNIUHS lilCLICN 1 '1Mxu1f:'r'1' K.x'1'Hl:YN We 11,1-' II.x1:1:11-:T llusx.uc1.1-: lII"rH Yurxus K.x'r111:Yx Z11.1-1 S4 PPH1 UIOIIES l'I1:M.x HI'IlIiII.Xl!Il'l' A NN Km-:1'l'1 Nm-31: Afl:-i.mrYI31c1c'1'11.x E. Hu BURN lluy of Allwwf ing!-BIUNUAY Page One Hundred and Eleven f'I,.xl:,x A1,1':x.xN1v1c1 Iilcmzx ANIDICIISUN M.x11,xL.x Buuwx AI'1:1cI,Lx IncM.x1c ANNA .T.wKsnN W.x11N11c'1xx Juuxs Ii,vr1I.x1:1x1f: lfl1,,w1qm'1:N ICAIMA BuI,'1'UN I+1nx.x BIUINYNIG E'l'IIl'Il, Qual: L1r,1,uN Num, III-:mix I l1cI,1-:UN ICTIIIJL Emzln' 3l,x1:u-3 F1:1f:m1,xN Athena Society SENIOHS M.x1:114: XYOUl,lilIIGI'I JUXIOHS Jl'1,I.x lIu'1I.xRDs0N Bflhlblililb Tl'.x'1'1c MY1:'1'1.1c TYLIQR T1cm1:.x W1-:1:sT1c1: 4i1cn1:uLx WILL1.xA1s Is.x1:1f:I,1.1f: W1IJ.1.x11s u x ox SOPII1 DMUIIE S XYIIHGINIA Iuwlx Asucl-:N Isuu K.x'1'111c1:1x1c .TA1:MAxN M.x1:ul'1-:1:1'1'l-2 .Tlzlfl-'liusox lI14:Nl:I1c'1"1xx .T1 axles LI'l'Il.Ll-I 1ll'GRl'IlGliIl 3lAu:1n.x1,1-:Nic I'mw'1'u1: VIRGINIA 'l'II4lMl'SUN l!14:N1cr,c'H1c NV.u:n flflrixm'-Mlss l,I'1'1I.L11: D.xN.x IM 'lf of Jlr'z'z'inyffFl'i4laly f'ol1n'.v-I'111'plv and gold Page One Hundred and Twelve DuBois Literary Society XYILSON UI: M I-:S JoIIN FIIILIJS 1IoI:1cR'I' ULIIWINI-3 GoRIIoN 0I:M1:S H CIIEIIT ELLIOT JAMES JOHNSON JONES BIUSEE SENIORS 1LxLI'II JIIIINSIIN JUNIORS EARL '1HxYI.oI: Il.xNIvoLI'II T.IYI,o1: R.xLI'H YoI'Nu SOPHOMORES HARULII RoB1cI:TS HUBIGRT SCALES TIIIQUIIUIIE SMITH YVILLIAM SMITH :lllLTfSO1'-Bill. PAINTIQII Jlotto-'fXVlIeI'e there is no viSioII, the people p91-iSh" fl'oIors-Blue and white Day of Meeting-FI-iday Page One Hundred and Thirteen Page Six Allen County Pllbll'-7 Ubfafy 900 Webstgf0Street PO B 22 Fort Vciligyne, IN 46801-2270 To Steele Dear, rough, gray walls, Towering toward the sky, ' How many fl'tPilSllI'P4l memories XVithin thy compass lie. How nmny are the hearts whose love Is loyally thine own, Who know 'twas first in Steele f The light of XVlS4l0lll shone. How lllitlly offerings are laid In tribute on thy shrineg or them How many songs have risen to tell The glory whim-h is thine. Uh Steele, fair sehool, we also lovm And honor thy proud mune. Huy offerings we :nhl to those Before thine altar Hume. l'.x A Umxlc SCIIHHY Steele Graphic Arts Club s1+3N1u1:es .Tmxl-:'1"1'14: Bnxxlcs Lows IN4:1,14:1f1N1:1f:R SIIUNI-IY 4'I..x1:K 'Fun Julixsux VIIAS. linwexlrlvs Glculzulc Iimn:I.1cH l,:1:s'1'1-31: lflmlsox IIIQLIQN SAN' M.x1:1i IC. Iflcexlz I!Vss1c1A1. Sluxlqs INDIIHTIIY G01-I'l'Z EI,IZ.XI!l-I'1'II Tllmus Iiwl-11.1. I'II'fNlDIlIl'KS I':'l'lIICI, XVIiIl!l'I'l'lCR 4'.xl:1.lc WuI.l-' .IVXI4 HIS Mlxx l2,x1:NI1:s Blmax' I1l1:1,1,1': S111-:.x1f lI.xl:m,1v lhzmvx lsAxl:1c1.l.1c S'1'ICYliNS l'1'l'Hl-II, 4'11I'1:1: NYII.l!I'H NYI'l"1'MI'IR llzvlx 1'l'li'l'IN MAxlu:.xu1c'1' W1'1'11Ium ll.xv11+ L.xxu14: IIHXYAIIID XVIIYTIC l:HllI'Ili'l' LA YII+II,l,I'Z lf'1,u1:l-:Nm-: Wlcxul-zu I,.Xl'llI'ZN MN 'l,I'l.XRY 4'.x1urI.Yx W1f:x'rz Rims A. NAF1-1 M1-:mix W.x1u1.xx l'ICAllI. ZVKIIZHINK S1 1l'll1 UH MUGS IMLI-1 Inns 151-zssllc Wil-:I.4xNn Page One Hundred and Fourteen .15 ' D A..-Ht? i,A..f':":1ljf'+XA ,,,.b.- -A iH r 4 Members sI:NIuI:s ESTHICR MII,I,Ic1: MAnJoIc11c BIIIQWSTIQII .IIfNIoIIs Es'I'11:I,I,A BHLI, HIILICN BRUYVN A,I.I:If:I:TA CARIIIQR F'I,uI:IcNf'I1 f'AI:I: H1fZI.IiN 1'I,AfsIcT'r MAIIIII, f '0I,VIN C'A'rHIcIIINE CUMAION ELSIIQ BIAIC 1'uNGIcI: AI,IuI: EIm'AI:1ws RIARGARICT FIIBIQZIIT KATHRYN HAIIN RUSINA HYRIC DuI:n'1'HY IQIICFIGIK RVTH KIIAAII-:II XYIRGINIA Momma LIIILA NESTEII XvERNI'1'A NICHOLAS ANNA PFIIII-'Pura MII,ImI:I:11 PI,m'H1cI: KATIIIQIIINI: PLI'AIAI1:1: WII,IfIIcI,AIINA SCHXVENK ELSII-1 SwAI:Tz EMMA XVUUDNVAIIID RFTH Y0I'Nus ELIZABIQTH Yux EI.IzA12Ic'1'II STVAIIT. Pianist of the Glee Club SOI'II1'lMOIiliS IYATIII-IHINIC AGNIQ IPUNNA ANmc1:soN 1301218 BALI, Luis BULL HICI,l-IN BI'EI IN1cI: BIAHY IIIZNISIIN HAZIII, EHIISTINII C4 nI,If:T'1'Ic GICIS MIIIIAAI GuI,1rI:I:I:u1c1: BIARY GRAY ANGIQLA IIILu1':1fnI:II KA'rIII:YN IIHLIAIXVAY MAHJIIIIII: HoI,Y'uI:uss HANNAII HUVSER ANNA HoI'sI:R JuslcPIIINIc IQICUK X'IRGINIA IQLING -TI'.XNI'l'A MIcND1':NHAI,I f'I,IcnNA MILLEI: LUcfII,I,Ic OPIIYKIQ XVANDA PULING EVIQLYN RILEY ELIZABIQTII lIo1:1:INs IIAIIRIIQT RUWALIIT JEAN SCHAEFFICR ELLIIN SEIFIIIIT .Tlcssm STAUII BIIRIAM STIIFFY IIEVA SVSSAIAN NUIIAIA THEoBAI,I+ Page One Hundred and Seventeen 1 Astrophilian Club SICXIUIIS I'.xI'1,lx1-1 lDI1,I,sw01:'1'lI Al.lt'IC SKI-II.I.Y XYIUIA Al:xIs'l'l:uxu Y1m:1N1.x Ill-Lu: lHClI'l'I!I'llI4I HI'l,'IIliR Is.x1:14:1,1,1c L.x1i1N Avwrlx 1,1131-2 l'l..XIllCNl'l'l LIIGSICN M.x1u:Ax1:l-:'r Al'1'L14: IIHl"l" JUNIHRS Juux l'11cm'1c l!I"rlI li.x'1'11w1cu Usuxu S11,v1f:1u1.xx Elrwlx SMITH X'lI!GlNl.X S'1'14:1cN1um E1 ,sl Ii S w.x 1:'1'z S4 WIIUMOIKES Slilmmlu-3 Jullxsux f'm,1-:'1"1'.x thus EI,lZ.XI!I-I'I'Il HHIEIIINN NUIIIAXI Hulmlzlcluzl-11: M4x1u'1-:l,1,.x xxvlfllfqlilx lflrism--Mn. M1'MA1.x .llulf Vol n-Ad 4'2lS1fl'il pm- ZISIWVRI UI'NlSilY0l' and lnlm- Duy nf .U1'1'fl.llfl -TIIPSIIZI-Y Page One Hundred and Eighteen +1- -...ax A,-,QLLQX ig 1 " ,.3,.:.9 ,pwltl " ' .-. Manual Training Exhibit. In 11111ki11g' at the ahuve i1111st1'ati1111 1111e w1111111 iilillk 1111 ha11 been given a display 111111111 of Sillllllit' fl1'l'11ii111'l' gotten out hy a 111il1ll1filCil11'l'l', hut slit-11 is 1111t the 1-ase. These a1'ti1-111s are the results of huys' 1-ffm-ts ill the w111111-w111'ki11g' 1it?Pi11'i1I1Gl1i 11f Steele High S11-1111111 this year. How piioud the boy may he to 1"2l1'l'y 11c1111e at the 1-lose of the S1-1111111 year the fruits of his 1111101-a1111 say, 'iiIQ.1't', 112111, this is what I 11131119 in the Manual T1'2li11111Q 1,f?P2ll'f1116Ili this j'6'2ll'.u Ahllli with what 11111111 will the M11t111J1' 1':a11 in her f1'ie1111s to See the L1111'ill'j' T1111111, 1111 hear the 11111si1' fi-11111 a P11o111i1g1'a.1111 her own hwy has 1-1111st1'111-te11.' T1-lily we Villl say with f'il1l1l'I1111S, the great tea1'11e1- 111' 11111: "1,1-t things t11at have t11 he 11111112 be leai-111411 hy 1,10i11g them." F. V. S. Page One Hundred and Nineteen lx Q X159 xii P' .Z 'f fv .- A -A 'W J. V 1' ff wi- V ix 1 l Steele Calendar Sept. T-School starts. Mm-I1 t'0lllpill'lSH11 of freckles, at-quired during the SlIllllllQl'. Sept. S-N0 sehool. llll1'1'k1l1 for the Fairl Het.. 2-Steele defeats Sandusky. Seore S3-3. Het. S-Digniiied 4?l Seniors are again little girls-curls, braids, bobs, ete. Ut-t. 153-Uin' iii-st reports are given ont. The slowness with which a. great many students leave the building at 2:10 is t.he1'efo1'e explained. Why should they go home? 04-t. 23-The won-ld's biggest 1-irt-ns is in town, tSteele's stupendous earnivall. It shows what eooperation eau at-eonlplish. Oet. 28-Steele's original llllllStl'l'lS appear. Dean Fpson t'llilI'll1S the st-hool tail-ls espeeiallyi by singing "Avalon." Het. 30-A holiday and no rain! Steele defeats Springfield 55-0. Nov. G-The touted West Teeh team of 4'leVeland is no match for Steele eleven. St-ore 63-T. Nov. 12-Assembly. illl2l1'lt'S Swain Thomas of IeIa1'Va1'd I'nive1'Sity addresses school. Ile inspires a desire for better English. Nov. 24fTlianlcsg'iving Assembly. Two t-level' plays presented by Ilrainatie Art elasses. Housing' speet-h from AIP. lAill'l'y Bevan. Nov. 25-Turkey. Annual 4-lash between Steele and Stivers for t-ity football ehanipionship. Stivers tights hard, but tl1e inevitable hap- pens-Steele wins, 28-0. Nov. 29-Steele Rah! Big eeleln-atioii. Steele shakes hands with ll9l' football stars. Dee. 2-A real treat! Edgar A. Guest addresses the Sehool. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Two om or THE Q, swnucfcneg - ff f l Zi? with 1 ii Q. f X 71 I Dev. -1-llilj' ut' l'illll :lull weepiligl flak l'2ll'li vs. Steele. Steele wz1,1'1'in1's iigfht Villlilllfly. l"i11a1l sem-e ISI-ti fa11'111' nf t'l1i1-algo team. . Ilec. ti-Are we t,lllXY1lllt'2ll'fl'4lif Xu! Steele t't1lt'lll'2lil-'S 1-lnse nl' il Llistilietly sm-1'esst'11l fmntlmll S1'2lSUll. IDQ1111-e in fiylll. llev. liflg-liny t'l1z111111zl11 ,Xll1ll't'NX'S, PX1lltll'i'l', 111l4l1'esses the seliunl. lien'-. 1TfMe1'1-y l'l11'ist111z1s :1111l llzippy New hY0ill'i llulitlays begin. -lan. 2-Baek at win-lc. M1-s. I,21lllSUll 4leliVe1's il elelightful zulilress tu z1sse111l1l5'. Applies Muthei- Hmrse l'il,Ylll4'N tu life. -lain. 5-Steele has il 1-1111111-e tu see her lnlslqetlmll team i11 at-tiu11. South High nf 1'0llllIlllllS l'lblllt'S mit ut small Pllll uf sm1'e. Jan. 1tlaSe11im- 1-lass ailmust ll1l2lllllllHllSl'Y t111'11s out at T:3U il.lll. to 111a1ke up Vivivs. Jan. QT-Uf all sail W111-als of tflngue 01- pen. The smlslest ure, "exams ilQ'illll.u Feb. 11-Seuimfs have illl u111m1't'1111ily to tlisplaiy their 4l1-a1111z1ti1- talent. The east fm' the Senior play t'll0Sf'll. lf"eh. 21-0tte1'lrei11 tilee t'l11l+ gives some 1-lever songs. Feh. 22-XYz1sl1i11gtu11's lblI'flltl2lj'. New sm-lnml. Feb. 125-Steele girls l'llSl1 inzully z1lm11t. tl,a1st tlay fur lllillilllg up gy111.b Steele-Stivers lrzlslcetlmll event. Steele gives Stivei-s 11, hzu-tl fight. S1"1,11fv20-19. 3I2ll'4'll 3-Steelt-'s lvaslietlnall team is se11t tu tight ful' tl1e state l1w111u1's. Hr. Seiglel' 1le111n11st1'z1tes his aihility :ls il t'llt'P1'ltH'2ltll'l'. 3IHl'l'll 4-5-Two-11igl1t 1'1111 of the "-lllllltbl' Follies of l!l21." The p1'o1l11etin11 is a great silt-eess. Seiiiui-s are i111'li11e1l to SlH"l'llliltP zilvmit the ii11a.11eia.l 0llt4l'0llll'. NI3,l'l'll 12-Steele and Stivei-s lmttle at Delawa.1'e fm- Su11the1'11 Uhiu Basketball Cll2l,ll11Wl0IlSlllll. llouters see Zlll exliilmitimi of real luiskethall. Final score 15-13, the East Sitlers lezuliug when the gun Stblllltlflll. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Three ... 7, ' W ,-5- . ""' L' wwe 1 ' -' . Aw .- , K M 9 - N-mcfi ax J' W ,X,, F? AX t 1.81.5 I O HOW if? como You! 55 ll i ll J . XX, ' X ff ' xii, Nl! 4'Q'f X65 f im ' faq' Nlurvln IS-Svlinul ilismisswl fm- Spring vzu-zitimi. April ll-livilisuli Ui'z1tu1'im-all llUllfl'Sf. Milllj' SllVP1'-filllgllwl Ul'ilIUl'S 1 lu-au-4l frmn. lluln MM 01l112lllQ'llk"Y will Ire our 11-pl'vsvi1ta1tiVv alt lleuisou. April 22-gf:-Sllllllll' l'lz1y is pi-4-sr-im-ul. llnlwrt lim-v is irresistilnle as Nlzirmzuliikv in "'l'lw Irresistilrle 5lz11'11izuli1lw." 'l'l'vl1w111lm1s S111-vess. 'l'Iw play will he il plwlsaut ll1l'lllHI'y for niany mlalys. Huy 251.XIllllfHl'llllll llvlmte-. Mlm- 'Ylillllg' "l7illllt'l XYvlnstvi's" 1-01119 in Ilw fl-erlily Jllm- S-S4-niur linzlls tu thi- l'lll'f'. Lung l.2l1'l'S visililv 0V0l'j'Wllf'l'k' tlwugln nu um- is 2ll'1'ill4l. Ulu my lllb! vi?- 'YQM E .nov-mnuu l'agf' One Humlrvd uml Tllflllj'-I"0Ill' x,......,,l f q .flXlP'llTllJlRE f K. Amin Ci i Ziff? 1 ll liege F5633 in 3i','.?NtLm -Tune 15-Senior Vlass Daly! Selnim- gii-ls alll 2lIlllE'2l,l' in nvw 4ll'lJ.SSl1N. Many l'l0VPl' stunts. .Tune 16,-Vlalss of '21 will llavc gmlllnltinii vxm-1-isvs at Nlvinuriail llalll. Xovvr lwfm-v will tlmsv walls liave fiivlusval sun-li il dazzling asseinlilagv nf knuwlwlgv, wif. Zlllll lwzluty. Sviiiurs will 4-owl' llll'll' sinking lwarts with ai brave PXtPl'l0l'. June lT-Un this ilily, Stvvlv will sc1n4l us fm-th, lnl.Vil1g alune Iwi- liest tuwzuwl making ns Uillbillhlt' uf fan-ing the prolvlmiis nf life. Anil so 3 Ill lx ,f"'Xf,. km f , XQX, ' xff b 9 rr , W was X K ml ' the Seniui- Class of 'Ll must tvzn-fully say "1loml4lr,w." V1 il-YI' +I Xxxs. , 2 ix 1 - K J, ' x N U Page One Hundred and Twenty-Five f, 7 ,. , ., ., i? S? 1 -N , , v N.. 4 fi , .. -.1 fl-:.:..,: X S.. xxhx. X x " 'vs r X. .X i' ,. 5-. JI Tn: N I. 'V 1 at . 4' A .J QI vw , v .. , .,,q,..- , , 2fh:j:g.'L:" If f '35 ' -' 1-.1-..5-:P-N35 1 VX 15 K. x 1 E3 A f: -. ,' - , - ., -' A Aw -1- 'ff - PM 'ii-..,-14 'bffifxc-E5 7.0"'x :P - 2 1 3 N'-f' fr?-C' 1-r:- 3 x 2 '- :.,1-- .L..-x.,w- 2 ,. ., , A - gr., - " 52- ' ,. fix if is-ff: 1 -'1-5 ve- H x - --.fv-' 24. ' 'P'. "TAL . f f . " 1- 3 ,.g. lea,-ww - ,- .,. ,,,:- 'ff-a,, .7143 Q., ,.- g ,. x 5.. , '1.f'.'- ' 2 ,qw ' 51'-'lS?Q:,, . - 'Q Z 5. , !,.-L 'Z K A ' .-1 .f'- :: ? i,,4"q ' V- -5 .1 " H- I if ij . WI N' '-h I . '- Va, bf -", , 55? '. - H' , fi' 5 x 3 2. 1 X- 'ifg y ,. in 0' 2 . wil" - .gn- ' v .w9.i!u1 4. ... iff - Y' N. . 'HVQYF ' N f 3 44 iw' 5,4 .3-e - . - R 2 ' X A rr X, . 'tak ! 1' . "' ,114 2 ,X- 152' KS. .Q frmifmnb . S-. lf-'1 LJ '. ff' , gigs I7 r Football Record 1920 Oct. 2-Steele . . . . . . S3 Sandusky ......... . . . . . 3 Oct 9-Steele .... . . .129 Xorwolod fCincinnatij . . . , . 0 Oct. 16-Steele .... S3 POl'iSIllOlltl1 .......... .. 0 Oct. 23-Steele . . . . . 56 NYeSt tll0lllllllDllSP . . . . . . 0 Oct.. 29-Steele ..., . . . 55 Spi-ingiield .............. . . . 0 Nov 6-Steele. . . . . . 63 1Vest Technical lCleve-land! . . . 7 Nov. 13-Steele .... . . . 99 llayeii iXvOllIlg'StOXVIlj ....... . T Nov. 25-Steele .... 28 Stiwrs ............. .. 0 Dec. -1-Steele. . . . fi Oak Park illlinoisj . . . . . . .19 FOOTBALL SCllEDI'LE, 1921 Oct. 1-Piqua. Nov. 12-Ma1't.in's Ferry. Oct.. 8-Elyria. Nov. 19-Stivei-S. Oct. 15-North 1COlllllll,bllS. Nov. 29-Ynion Endicott, Endi- Oct. 22-Massillon. cott, N. Y. Oct. 29-Wabash 1 Indiana. 1 Dec. 10-Duvall, Jacksonville, Nov 5-Technical tIndianapolis.l Fla. Basketball Record 1920-1921 Dec 30-Steele .... .... 4 5 COlllll1lJllS East . . . . . . .11 Jan. 16-Steele .... .... I 31 C0llll11lDllS South. . . . . . .16 Jan. 1-1-Steele .... .... 3 2 Zanesville ....... .... 2 1 Jan. 21-Steele .... .... 3 1 Springfield .. S Jan. 23-Steele .... .... 2 0 St.iVP1'S ............. .. .... 38 Feb. 3-Steele .... .... 1 5 Springfield ................. 13 Feb. 5-Steele .... .... 1 6 'l'ec-hnim-al tl11flia112lpoliSJ ..... 15 Feb 12-Steele .... .... 3 3 Scott t'l'oled0j ......... . . . 19 Feb 19-Steele .... . .24 Rayen 1 Yonngstowiib . . . . . .18 Feb. 25-Steele .... .... 1 9 Sltivers .............. .... 2 O CAPTAIN '20-'21 SPORT CAPTAIN '21-'22 Keefei' . . . . . .Football .... . . .Dobeleit Keefer . . . . . .Basketball . . . . .i- Seibert . . . . .Baseball . . . -- Page One Hundred and Twenty-Nine A Football 1920 This year Steele repeated her performance of 1919 and again won the state championship. The best teams from all sections of Ohio were met and defeaated by big scores. The greatest victory came when the big XVest Technical team of Cleve-land fell before the Steele offense by a score of 63-T. This victory gave Steele the right to claim the state champion- ship, for XVest Tech was defeated by only one team-East Tech of Cleve- land, 7-0. East Tech by virtue of its victory over Scott High also claimed the state honors, but refused to play Steele on a neutral Held. CITY CHAMPIONSHIP The annual affair with Stivers this year gave Siteele another big celebration. The 28-0 win was a decisive victory over a big team which fought hard. The team this year was a well rounded football machine. The line did its part in every branch of the game as shown by the total scores-602 to 36 for the opponents. On defense the line was invincible. while it charged hard and quickly on offense, allowing the backs to rip off long gains again and again. The backiield was the wonder of the state. Geh- ring and Dobeleit could always be counted upon to gain through the line, while the end running of Klee and Keefer kept the stands wild with enthu- siasm. 0llie's kicking was considered the best. in the Ohio high schools, and the Keefer-to-Klee pass gained every time. All in all, the season was a great success and the team truly de- served all the praise it got. The record of this year's team has made pos- sib-le a schedule for 1921 such as no Steele team has ever before played. Page One Hundred and Thirty-One EUS Becker D 515339, Beech EGM New Bowser- Welsh 5? S21 f5iqhT Du mom Price Bradford Smifh Fl Oh Backfleld Rospgcls ' A ' End Bospeds . - W - ,. sam:-raw. .A , Uni' -' 1- , + A -' K. Qqasi., Y N Q 'x""4V' W'mX - f vt. .xg .gc -ff .Xxx M., Q" ' aw Ni: .-QW Basketball 1920-1921 Steele made a. late start in basketball after having one of the most successful football seasons ever enjoyed by a11y Steele team. It was December 30 whe11 the team took the floor against East High of Volum- bus. The 41-9 victory in this tirst game gave the team added spirit to fare the remaining games in a hard sehedule. There were many elose games whieh kept the followers of the team always on edge, but when the season ended there. were only three games on the losing side of the ledger. To Stiyers goes credit for all of these. The last two Stivers games were thril- lers and will never be forgotten by those present. Fight and spirit were there to the last second, struggling to bring bark the vietory. The team was new t.his year and it was 11ot until the tirst of February that the rough edges were rounded off a11d the team began to turn in its best brand of basketball. Keeter and Klee were the o11ly members who had played last year. They were both right there at all times, lighting to win. J aek showed up especially well at the tournament a11d won a. plaee on the All-State first team. In faet, Steele was well represented in the All-State ranking, every man either making o11e of the terams or winning honorable mention. tButler at renter began to look like a world-beater toward the end of the season. and by his steady playing and all-around ability, won reeognition. l The two guards were always there at the right time. Harlow's shooting was the subjeet of a lot of comment, while Seibert was a terror a.t tearing in on the tip-off. Roth of these 1ne11 will be baek next year to help make a winning team. Two other 111911 who will be right after jobs next. year are Bm-hanon and Longnerker, who are both experts at the scoring end of the game. Sharkey and Hoerner are also candidates for positions on the teaun that promises to be a. state champion. The season was 0116 of the best in years illltl the spirit of the fellows excelled that of any previous tea.1n. Always working, always fighting, always giving the best. they had to win, they formed a strong basketball combination. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Nine ... 4 4 2 5' 2 ::. 5 ,,. - 'I' - I 4 : 7,1 --4 -1 :4 -1 ,- Ln 51 2 Av Z 'I 2. z i ll - 2 ,- -.-.as ff-. ,mr ,.-f""' f - .1x,,: Z 4 4 , A , X 3k Qs X ' ' lv, U i X MJ L my IRQ H A Q' xl ' ,- x " 49 h K' Xgf-R6 N QF- sb r, x. bw g,S,V wi: ' . ' V YC x .N Q"N-N, Nm Baseball 1921 Everything points to a very successful diamond schedule for 1921. Two games that have been played were won with big scores. Judging from these two games, everything SQGIIIS to be working smoothly and the teani is expected to retain the city championship honors which Steele has held for sonie Years. Seibert, who was chosen to captain this years dianiond experts, is stationed behind the plate, and is showing a lot of baseball. "He will be glad to be with us next year." as the saying is, to inake another winner in 1922. Becker is also cutting capers behind the bat, receiving the offerings of Belden and Liesenhott, who have been turning in low-hit games that would niake niany a big leaguer envious. The infield looks like a 1nillio11 dollars. Buchanon. at third and Long- necker at short, are old hands at the game and have been performing in great style. Hoerner is playing a good gkl.1l1Q around the keystone sack, while Keefer is back on the job at first playing his old game. The outtield likewise is showing up well. Faust, Stahl, and Harlow are covering the outer gardens in a way to discourage the best of hitters. Harlow's hitting has featured the ganie so far, and is such as to worry the opposing pitchers. All the nieinbers have shown their willingness to work together and this teaniwork, coupled with an unusual nuinber of experienced players. points to another city chainpionship. BASEBALL SCHEDULE '21 April 26-Fairview. May 20-Stivers. May 1-Bradford. May 27-Troy. May 6-Stivers. May 28-Piqua. May 12-Troy. June 3-Urbana. Page One Hundred and Forty-Three We Dedicaie Our Annual To the memory of Miss Margaret Hollalzan Our Beloved Teacher, Who by lzer sympathy and wisdom, Her pafience and never-failing kindness Will ever be an Inspiralion To the Class of '2l. BASKET BAL Ly LEAGUE. ' Q 1 i w fi Lions 'Flw Lions paxsswl tl11'o11g'l1 il very S111-ul-ssf11l sc-aismx. After losing the-ir Tirst twu QQIIIIPS, H11-lx' won alll tlwir 1'e111:1i11i11g' QQIIIIUS, lllll't661l in 1111111111-1'. 'l'lu4- slum-vss of tlw Linus was not llllil to il fc-w i111livi1l11a1l stars. hui In thc- t'vz11:1 NVllll'll was 111111111 up uf pla1y91's who Wm-kwl with, and fur, mul z1111vtl11f1'. The- Linus will try to put ullofllvl' tllillll nu the t'0lll'f next SPZISHII. Tin- lilil'YK'l'S 11111: l'lHl'W2ll'tlNZ l:ll1b1N'l'f. 'live-l, mul IQIISOII. U1-11tv1': l'l'llgll. flll2lI'llSZ i'a1,111v1'u11, lIi4l1l11ll. 111111 XYmlitS4-ln H,lillbT.l TIN- 1-11-u1'4l in lL1'illllt'S wuu illltl lust is us fnllmx S . Lions 14 l,:111'1-1-114-9111112 lli "1 Lions 18 Bllllillllll l' ..... Linus 24 NHI'fll l'2ll'li .. Linus 31 Hlbllfllrllll A. S. . Linus 52 T1-1-h ........ Linus 25 Goug1'a1pl1iv:1l . Linus 15 llilyfthll l"u1'1ls. Linus 3-1 Ttxfll ...... Linus 121 lmytml lfm-els. 'Linus QT Huvvl .... . Linus 20 Hzlvvl ....... Linus IIT Bllllillllv P. Linus Zi!! l'lUI'lllll ....... l,l0I1S 26 1'llll'll1l Avo. lf B Lions 25 1lt'0g'l'2l1llllll'2ll . Page Om' Hunrlrvd and Forty-Six WIT ..Q4ss'.ssx.,.."f2..ns2 MQ . Advice from the Prophets In the far and distant highlands, dwells the prophet O-I-XO-ALL, He whose wisdom great surpasses all our friends and all our teachers. In a secret. cave he dwelleth, far from buildings, shops or houses, Yet the story of his wisdom, of his great foretelling powers, To the ends of earth has traveled, to the globe's reniotest corners. After days of weary traveling, I at last found where his cave is, Saw him standing at its entrance, watching, waiting for 1ny coming. fflVelco1ne, stranger, come and rest here, and I'll tell you all the answers To the questions you have brought here. Ah I you see I know your mission, Yes, I even know the questions which were giv'n you by your classmates. Rest upon this broad rock's surface, and make notes of this I tell you: Do not try to write real poems, they'll not be appreciated. Try free verse, Miss Louise Kramer, for it now has a good market. Ah! Bob Mc, 'twas not your necktie, but at your face the ladies chuckled Do not fret, my dear Miss Hohler, when they call you tall and stately. Edith Bryant would change places with you gladly, so she tells me. Not a red tie, Basil, never, no, not even to please a lady, For I fear it would not look well, with your bright and glowing halo. Never seek revenge, Gene Haerlin, though you sought facts on the navy. Mr. Kahn thought he was helping when he found a volume for you Titled, 'How to make a rowboat'g thank him for his kindly helping. No, Dave Mc, the chord do-mi-sol never was nor is Ionic. You have made a good yell leader, Fharlesg preserve your vocal organs, For your voice would prove your fortune in an auctioneer's position. Herman, hire a secretary, then your labors will be lightened, Then you will not need to hurry or to miss an important meeting. Why 11ot wear a large sunbonnet, then you'll 11ot have freckles, Gwennie: For a color combination, why not make a red and black one? Breisch, do not affect a derby, for it's very nnbecoming For a person of your stature and your general appearance. The forms for a proposal are quite large in number, Norman, Perhaps Claxton a11d Mc-Ginnis could assist you i11 this matter. Yes, Miss Schroy, there is 'big money' i11 composing jazz-time ballads: You can elevate the business by your sweet illltl simple lyrics. Yes, Miss Fryar, Elsie Yoris is an able riding teacher, She can show you how to gallop at a rate thatfs fairly breathless. No, Miss Chaney, do not write your letters on green linen paper For your friend might be insulted, since he is a college freslnnan. Keith, I fear you're too conceited 3 those young ladies did not vamp you. They perhaps, were only wishing you'd go away so they could gossip. Page One Hundred and Forty-Eight Zehring, never use sarcasm, even tl1o11gl1 someone deserves it, For, he, like you, may 11se it, and then perhaps you'll suffer. Never contradict a wonian, Mote, yo11 really should k11ow better, If you make llIllCl1 11oisy racket when yo11 enter. I don't blaine her. Blocher, 11se a dictionary, it will answer all your questions. Rench, if you can't start your speech well, why IIOIN purchase a self-starter? That is all," the prophet 111lll'll1lll'QdQ turned, and passed into his dwelling. C.K'r111f:111N1c SUBE11. '21, ' - I '. . , K JA N ,. Y Q '.v Q fp .Q G' A 1 C .K 1 I , 1 4ii:1QfZ.4Gs 53491 -4' i Charles Breisch is nearing a nervous breakdown. The cause is thought to be the strain of trying to study and to talk to Dorothy Cham- berlain at the same tin1e. Judging froni the way he watches the airplanes. Keith Fustis intends to be a sky pilot SOIIIQ day. First Boy: "XYell, I suppose X011 are ready for the sheep ski11 ?" Second Boy: "No, it see111s a.s if I illll going to be the goat." Dorothy Cll3,lllDE'1'lR1lll treading absent-niindedly i11 Ilatinl : HO. Sibyl! don't write XOUI' prophesies o11 leavesg speak tl1e111 through your 17 ears. Little bits of people, Little bits of b1'ai11s, Make Steele High a niisery And give the teacher pai11s. Margaret Haas: "Herman Olt says he nieans to be illl aviato1'." Edith Sauer: "Well, he always was Iiightyf' Miss Stivers tdisgustedl : "Did yo11 never go before an audience?" Basil Leever: "XO.I1lQ the audience always went Hrstf' Mrs. Beck: "What 1113119 the tower of Pisa lea11 Z", Dorothy Gattnianz "It was built dll1'l1lQ a period of fa1nine." Mrs. Estabrook: "Nobody ever heard of a sentence without a predi- cate. 79 Robert Young: "I have." Mrs. E.: "What is it?" R. Y.: t'Thirt,y daysf, Mr. Muinina : fto agriculture classj : t'Take out your hooks and turn to insects." Page One Hundred and Forty-Nine here Mr. Painter Ito tai-dy stuclentl : HNow, I don't expect to see you again." Joel Allen: "Not see nie here again. YVhy, you havent resigned your job, have you?" you Herman Oltz "I'lll soliciting ails for our High School paperg Can help nie out?" N011-lll'4lgJ,'l'PSSlVG Merc-limit: "Henry, help this boy out, but 4lon't be too rough with him. roul- Russell Bruinligez "If 21 illll'Q'l2ll' broke into the eelliir, would the shute'?" Paul Hunger: "No, but the kinflling wood." Mr. Billllllllili "Have you proved this theorem?" Paul lizipp : "XYell, sir, proved is rather il. strong word, but I will say I have 1'ende1'eil it highly lfl1'0llil.lli0.., old I' mov next para Fl'illlk Metlniiii rexamining fossil in I'l1ysic-sl. "Two tliousand years You Cilllit fool ine! NYhy it's only 1921 now! "How is your eolfl, Betty?" Betty Blue!'onnzliugliey: "Very obstinate." "And how is your b1'otl1er?" Betty M.: "About the same." Louise Krzuner: "They say Orplieus of old eoulfl niake il stone wall e with his musim-." .Imnes Funkhouser: "Tlmt's nothing. Why, I made the two families to us move." Mr. Foei-ste tin Physies elnssi: "Robert Porwin, ret-ite the iirst grziplif' Ro-bert i". : "NVell-er-a-yfvu-see- ' The Bell-Zing-g-g-gl Robert U.: "Saved il.f.Q'2l.lll.u Jim Herman to Noi-nmn lloutzohn lzlftei' senreliing the halls for Sey- eral perioflsl 1 "l've been on ai wild-goose ehaise all day, but I've iinailly found you." Miss Fife: "Ai-en't you aslmined to 4-ome ill so lute every morning?" Cable YVolf: "Yes'm, but I'4l ratlier be zlshzunefl than get up early." f'il,Iil0l'lllP Subei' ljoyouslyl : "0h! I'ye founsl one! I'Ve found one!" Pauline Sc-hroy: nxvililt, il string of penn-ls?" Fzitliei-ine: "No, a main issue!" Mr. Foerste: "Will someone please give EI talk on artesiaui wells?" Doi-otliy lloehm: "NVlm.t eliml you say his naune was?" . Page One Hundred and Fifty S I' .-4 ,. B h June Dilts Doodles Reserved "Don t fool yourself Autoing "G d ming" Teasing D. C. Jeannette Barnes Jeanie "T Fis Ella Beeler El Friendliness "Oh dear" Book repo ts E Betty "Ye Gods' To g Charles Breish Chas Brains "Heavens" Getting A's ' "H h?" Date Walter Brewbaker Walt Perfect' ponipadour I hope to shout' Ties E Pin ch "All right" 'Tennis Frieda Bundenthal Bunny Seen not heard "Goodness" School? Lysle Butler Lizzle Height "Signals over" Basketball Bernice Buyer Bernie C n se se "H Cti " Painting Hazen Cabot Cabbage Laziness K'Fishhooks' Playing hockey Karl Woditsch Tiddledywinks Fairness "Gosh" Canoeing with '? Sn' "Hot d g" Drawing cartoon Re u R Pauline Dillsworth SW lrlly S 11 Mildred Deady Mil lrresponsible "Write me a note" Ch21I'T11iHg C- M. Margaret Davis ggs ity "O Jeanette Crew Nuts Quakeress "I d0I1't kHOW" PhYSiCS mes ini g hr Vvl SS Rosalie Hohler Posie apa y y" Y- C. Iinwood Hoover Lin Demure "Say, girl" Moolllight rides Thel The e "DQ M Herbert Kahn Herb ugging n Louise Kemp Cookie Blue eyes "R-2SlJbGI'1'i8S" S110DDiT1g F1013 Cli bi f Ted Bobbie Bing y 'AY Marjorie McCluer Pegglf "F Louis McLean Louie Practical "JuSt 8 Illil UIQ" A1'gUiY1g al ier H01 1' ed I . Charlotte Niedhalner Chalie Dem ire air "Oh, say" Playfllg fl'0fl1l9f "Goodn " MOVIGS ff b Marion Harvey I g " losephine Hastings To ' Winsome "Say, kid" gocrling K. R. 1 V g Q TU MAKE ' If- H AEIE Jforglf 51 ggrus f Nfzif .5 cr j Q2 '14 62 PQ M 41 I1 6- fifffxavlv fffsff Wm XQ X X ww' - LUCKVx -1 wi Q Jf v, Q XX E X go 'xx , AG, is Q3 C ' T7 ' -rf' 7 . ' W, 1' ,I Bgfsrlf Ll jgtgmu' 5: ' ginlsfrgvw' X f fmfl 5 .,. r ' f x I f J Tl' 1---lu' - M WZ ? Q My The Shearing of the Locks fWith apologies to Popej What frightful happenings from little deeds are spiunfvl How fair the locks whose fatal hour has rung! Oh, for a tongue of leaping, burning tiame To sing tl1e deathless pangs and crimson shame! Oh, Mothers who ini trembling silence wait The dread blow, th' metallic snips of Fate! The mid-day su11 in golden splendor shone But, paused, ashamed, where radiant Ruth, alone Before the whiteness of her dressing table stands, IVith consummate skill employing both her hands Now with a rosy finger tip she trains A jet black lock to curl o'er snowy plains Of lofty browg now a soft putt of white She guides across her faceg it is alight with snowy beauty more than mortalg now A fluff of pink moves quickly o'er her cheeksg They bear a bloom which maiden coyniess speaks. A line of red,-her lips like roses glow Or like her face whe11 vagrzuit breezes blow, The curling tresses from a dainty ear, Reveal a pink-like shell to gazers far and near. One touch more: the jetty brows are bent In arch of high disdaing yet not content. YVith pouting lips there stands the maiden fair, And in. despair surveys her flowing hair. Black as the great -Iove's frown it ripples down And wraps her slender form in silken gown. Therein her sorrow liesg alas that curling hair Is far too long to be judged truly fair. As stands the lovely maiden grieving so, She sees Come tripping past, her in the street below A piquant, saucy lassie, on whose head The golden locks are bobbed. In sudden dread Lest she be thought less lovely than that lass. Ruth seizes scissors, and with snips they pass Through the dark locksg with a great shout Of triumph she sees tresses all about Fall on tl1e iloorg while now her haughty head IVith bobbed hair, its curls of ebon shed Is borne with coquetry aloft. The maiden fair Proceeds to school to show her sheared hair, The envy of her matesg while at her home Her matron-mother mourns with tearful moan The locks which grew for sixteen years and more, And n.ow lie wasted 'pon the disgraceful floor. She gathers lovingly into an old shoe box Each one of those long, black and curling locks. Page One Hundred and Fifty Three The Personality of Steele J. H. PAINTER "Has your school a personality?" This is one of the questions asked of each principal by the committee of teachers who made the recent survey of our schools. The character of a school, like the cliaracter of an individual, is a matter of development, growth, and environment. The elements which unite to produce this individuality are subtle and complex. They embody the best traditions of her best teachers and students. The worthy tradi- tions are more enduring because our teachers and the most of our students are honestly striving to reach higher mental and moral heights, and instinctively assimilate the good and eliminate the badp The personality of Steele has thus, through many years, been built up toward the highest ideals by the devoted care of her teachers and pupils. Their personality has been built llllll the Steele spirit just as the carefully chiseled stones have been built into the beautiful walls of the Steele building. The lives and examples of many teachers who have worked with us and gone on to greater opportunities, or who have gone to claim their final reward, are still a. living, potent influence in our school. The teachers who are now with us will continue to render service long after they have ceased to serve in person. Our students. too, both present and past, have merged their personality into this great composite character of Steele. XVhast then is the character of this composite Steele? The ready response of her sons to the call of their country, the self- sacrificing service of her daughters, the part she has taken in humani- tarian movements, prove her civic interest and patriotic loyalty. The students' participation in the management of study halls, class rooms, plays, assemblies and other school activities shows a democratic spirit. The free, yet orderly, passing of classes, mingling in the lunch room and corridors, and the quiet attention during assemblies, indicate a large measure of self-control. The cordial relations existing between students and teachers show a mutual faith and a spirit of cooperation and fair play. The lives of our former students, their success in college and in business, the places of honor and responsibility which they hold in this community, indicate a foundation of efficient education, of culture. and of cliaracter. Such is the Steele personality: an amalgamation of loyalty. democracy, self-control, culture, zlllll characterg a willingness to toil, to suiter, and to eiface oneself for the greater glory of the alma. mater. Page Ten Basil Leever: "The dentist tells me I have a large cavity that needs Iillingf' Everett Laymon: "Did he recommend any special Course of study ?" Miss Chareh fto John Kramerj : "lVell, John, are you Hnished with your lub test ?" John: "Yes, I answered every question." Miss Chai-Ch: "How did you answer them. John: "I answered that I didn't know." .ya Pauline Curtner tat u haselmll gameb : "My, that team has a won- derful pitcher. He hits our boys' bats, no matter where they hold them." Miss B1-eene: "lVlmt. are the silent watches of the night?" Harold Dunham: "They are the ones whose owners forget. to wind them." Mr. Puniphrey: f'XYho was I:Iunnilva.l, -Iac-lc?" Jack Senimelman: "Uh, yes: Ilannuh Bell is il little girl, who lives next door." Lost: A debate in Room 29, Steele lligh School. reward given. Found: A sense of humor in Jim Fll11lillOllSGl'. Mr. Mummu: "Xow. who can tell me the insert that lives on the least food?" XV. Gluzer: "The moth 3 it eats holes." Frances LlQ'llll1Z1.1l2 "lVhere do you get your jokes ?" Mary Musselmun: "Out of the air, so to speak. XVhy do you ask ?" Frances L: "I would suggest that you go where there is some fresh air." Miss Ilunter: "Wl1at.dofes 'studious 4-loisters Dale' mean?" Gene Hzlerlin: "It's some kind of ai lvum-ket." Lysle Butler: "XVl1a.t is that l'll2ll'lIll1lg thing Funkliouser is play- ing?" Chas. Breiscli : "A 't-ello, you boob." Paul Bungier: "I slapped 4'ha,rles Smith on the fare yesterday. You should have seen him run." Betty Uoomler: "Uh, did l1e1"' Bunger: "Yes, hut. he eouldn't can-li nie." Miss Brown: "XVho wrote the story you ure l'92llllIlg?u I.'riseillu. Miller: "A main numed 'Finisf l've l'Gilll about a dozen of his works." Miss Hall: "lluve you reud Nicholas Kit-klelmy?" Bright Junior: "No, I don't 1-are for Russian novels." Page One Hundred and Fifty-Four The ABC's of 1921 A is the Annual, to Seniors so dear. B is the bobhed hair, so common this year. C the C'ommeneement. to which we aspire, D the desire hat. our grmles might he higher. E the Exams which we all must endure, F the F'31'9NVQll which the Juniors procure. G the desire that our grailles might he higlier. H is our humor whim-h our tear-hers alll know. I the ideals whit-h we value :is gold, J is our joy when assemhlies we hold. K is the knowledge we'll have when we'1'e thru. L is the Lulu test that makes us all hlue. M is for Mumiialliilce, irresistibly g'a,v. N is the mime we have won in our tluy. O is for Oak Park, our tleallliest foe, P is our Pl'l11t'l1,l2ll, the makes everytliing go.l 1 is the quartet, they'1'e a jolly g-mul four. Q R is the l'0ll0l't lluy when we wish we knew 1110111 S is for Steele, our llezu' Alma Mater. T is the trollhle her seholars all make her. U is the union, the Seniors all feel. V is the value of our time spent at Steele. W is our work whieh we know all ahout. X stands fm' unknown so we'll just leave it out. Y is our yuutli when were all at our best. Z the last of all, stands for our zest. BIAJORIE MUCLUER. bf- -, .Eff , ---..-. " '-'ll U1-i's Pauline Chaney: i'HPl'lll3Jl, you just lrumpeml that lt'2tl'llPl' in your mad l'llSl1.', Herman Olt: "4'an't. help it trushing up hack stairs l. Haven't got time to Wo btiek and trv it. u0'ain." a ' . :K Russell Brunllige and Robert 1501-will Plllllllllgl' i11 opposite flireetious struck each other. Russaelll B. : "How you inake my hezul ring." Roliert C.: "Tha.t's il sign itfs hollow." Russell B.: "Didn't yours ring?" Robert C.: "No" Russell B: "Th:1t's 2. sign itfs e1'aekefl." Page One Hundred and Fifty-Five M31 . X- QE f.- ',.., 9 ,.,. . Z. , ,9- ggg 1 . M ' .i ' gg v 'y 25132, .h - ' . Q M, . g sw p' i M ,. . 1 ..I E L . 1 aa .15 3 3... -?'- 5- ' i - H gs., , 1. as 'J A 1 X W f zflfidf 1' 1 ' f 'H,N g g f W f. X , QQ gf ll .3 , : way A 3 ' - W N f N... , W i ,gg W ,gag 2 T' . . ,Il . A - Q. , ..: I ' KJ 4 if 4 7 f f ,wr 3 ... 1 5 ' Q1 4 'I " 'A x N x X X 5' an , . ,N ,,.. . . E 3 ew wx 'N e Y . . X Q 1 . is. , 1 :,5,. ' -I , 'I Il ,' . JA -ro. N. fmvgf 3 .. 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NYe wish to express our thanks here to two of her pupils, Herschell Ellison, and Thomas Johnston, whose art contributions enhance the interest and beauty of these pages. XVe are especially indebted to Miss Helen R. Burns, and Miss Mary Alice Hunter, whose con- tinued interest and valued suggestions were neces- sary for the success of composition and arrange- ment. XVe thank Miss Frances Hunter, who has been of assistance to the Stait, in various features of the work. The Statt is grateful to Mr. Painter for his kindly advice which was often given during the publica- tio11 of this book, and to all other lnembers of the Faculty for their support in our undertaking. The niembers of the Stait thank the student body for the many contrilmtions to these pages, and hope that this volume may always serve as a fitting re- membrance of classmates and activities of the year. Page One Hundred and Fifty Seven Vx ,f f A aff F X X y p i' 1,1 - X!! ff X X ff .. 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H, 'Pu 4,4 f rux J n" v Q . , fi .152 H 1 ,QQJ is Y ., H' I' a-JA' ' lilaii Page Twelve MARY ALICE HUNTER Faffulfy Ccnsor HELEN R. BURNS Favulty Censor ROBERT ZEHRING, '21 Editor-in-C'hif?f JAMES FUNKHOUSER, '21 Associate Editor ELIZABETH FOLGER, '21 f'0ntrib1l1"i1zg Edifress PAULINE SCHROY, '21 Socivfy Editress ' FLORENCE MAYER, '21 EJ'Chf1IlIf1F Edit1'e'ss VIOLET EVANS, '21 Laval Editrcxs CHARLES SMITH, '21 S1'ir'11c'f' Edifor CHARLES BREISH, '21 f'iI'l'1lI1'Ifi0Il JIGIIIIUCJI' The Staff HERMAN OLT, '21 lilrxiiwxs Jlrlrlaym' ROBERT MVCONNAUGHEY, '21 Athletir' Editor JOHN BLOCHER, '21 Nmzim' Assisiant BllSfI1f'S.S' Jlruzagfew' LOUISE KRAMER, '21 Ailllefic' Iflrlitrwxs SAM LEBENSBERGER, Junior Assistant BIISUIFSS Jlunuger HELEN QUARTEL, '21 Alumni Editress ROBERT YOVNG, '23 Sophomore' Assmtant Businvss Mamlgffr VERL PERRINE, '22 Ass'istf1'nt Loral Erlitor JOHN VANCE. '22 Assisffzzzf C'fI'l'IlIlIff0I1 Jlrlnflgwr MAUD HARRIS. '23 .4.'iS'l:-Yfflllf Loral Eflitrwss The Staff Page Thirteen CHAS. H. APPLE MRD AGNES O BECK DPPUUWEW' 0, Ch9"'i5f'Y Department of History J. H. PAINTER Prinripal ROLAND BEVAN Cum-In .l. C. BOLDT Depnrimenz uf .Vnlhvrnnlirs CARRIE A. HREFNE Dvpartnwnt of English FRANCES BROWN Dupnrlmvnl of English S' w Page Fourteen ELEAXURE RUCHER Dupnrlnlent uf Pllvsirul Training HLLEN R. RLRNEQ Depnrlmvul of Jlalhvnmliz-Q ANNIE CAMPBELL D1-vparlmonl uf Ari J. C. CHAMBERS D1-pnrimvm of Prinling The Faculty ANNE E. CHARCH LUCILLE DANA Assistant in Physics Deparlmenl Assismnl in Physivul Truining Depnrlrnent V I r WILLIAM H. 'WERTHINLR Aaamlnnl lrmupal Mlih. AI.1L.lbTA I. DILRHUN Uvparlnu-'Ill uf Engiiall GEORGIA A. DONLEY Dvpllrlrmfnl of Home Eumunurs MARIE DLRST Department of French GEORGE R. EASTMAN Dvpnrlmvnl of Lnlin MRS. CLADYS C. ESTABROOK Deparlmvnl nf English . MARTHA BELLE FIFE Secretary I0 Principal AUGUST F. FOERSTE Depnrlmanl of Physirs FRANCES GREGORY Departmen! ol Hnme Ecunnmics I I Q The Faculty Page Fifteen MRS. MABEL H. GRIEP ,-lwxislunl .-ir! Depnrlnwnl ALICE HALL lfupflrlrllvnt of English Il. ll. HARLAN llepnrlnlvnl nf Jlalhernulizx HELEN HAINES llvpnrlma-'nl nf Frmlrh BERTHA E. HOBORN Depnrlmenz of Spanish FRANCES HUNTER Deparlmenl of English MARY ALICE HLNTER Dpparlmenl of Englinh EMERSON L. LANDIS D4-pnrrmenl of Hismry xx. L. MATTIS 'V JA METTLER IOIINF r un 1-:R llvpnrlmvnl of llislury IM-lmrlnmlll nf Physirnl Training Depnrlnwnl of Inlm Page Sixteen ..,, , f H. NV. MFMMA Uepnrlmenl uf Jlulhurnulirs E. C. PPM PHREY Dvpnrlmvnt of Hislnry U E. J. ROBINSON Iluparlmvnl nf .llunuul Training ADA ROSENTHAL Depnrlmf-nz uf Latin Q - Qs' i Q e. J. D. HKNKLE Q' ,T Colnmerriul Depnrlmenl ..--. A. J. SCHANTZ Depnrlmenl nj Ifhenzislry' L. H, SEIGLER Depurlmenl af Hathenxntivs F. C, ST.-KXTCN Uepartmenl of Jlnnual Training GRACE H. STIVERS ELIZABETH Y.-XLTER MARY TOIIT Depnrimenf of Dramalu Art Cummerrinl Departmenl Asxislanl in Commercial Depnrlmenl Page Seventeen -4 .- M M 4 -. E L , um., 2 uw ,W PI'l'.9ilIf'IIf nu-glc'l' lxI4'C1lXN.Xl'Ul Hr'r'1'1'1f11'-Il JI'x'1'IN CUNll"l'UN .IA .lu Class Gfficers Il-IY Committee on Committees Il4llll'IlC'l' Z!-illlzlxma, f'llIIfI'HIUlI mes Frxlillursl-1: RIil1l'QIl'l' KNEE Nl',l'IIlNlC H.xs'l'1xus Gwl-:Nnmxx XVEEKS Page Twenty PAVLINE DoL'GH'rx' Vice-President Rrssm, BRVNIDIUI-I S4?I'flf'fI I1 1'-0 I-A r 111 s M1911 11 ll il ll it JL il IL ll 2 ? IL 5 ll 2 11 il ll ll ll 1 11 11611, 3 E E E E E E 3 Honor Pupils 2 1'11.x1z1,1:s ll1:1c1s1'11 E llus.x1.115 IIu111.1f:1: X 3 .I.n11as If'1'x1i11m's1-11: Lo1'1s1'1 K1:.xA11c1: 2 3 X1:I.1,113 Lllblbll. 3I.kli.Ill1llI'I M1'f'1.1'1':1: E 1!u1:1c1c'1' M1-1 'uxx.x1'u111cY E lim M11,1.1c1: E ll1:1:A1.xx UI.'1' E ' Iuxx l'1cN1'1-1 D . ,, 3 1'A'1'HI'IllINl'I S1'1:1s1: 5 12151141 Vulus 2 E Y 1 E Axxss I Nlllill 'S E .,,, E E E Honorable Ment1on Ev lI11'11,x1:1+ 1In1s1-:Y1c1: E 1'.x1'1,1N1-1 S4'111:4u' E E E E E Rilialfelialfaifali' 1F Half WMF 5 If if If 5 If ifaif 5 WHEN Page Twenty-One ' 1 r' L L ' ., i -U-1'----fem. HUT eTl"H, lli- f -F .nuTlrr " ---.-..11HfL........ Senior Class History N tl1e autumn of 1918, we entered Steele quite 11ew to the place but. full of vigor and enthusiasm. XYhat ardor and spirit cliaracterized us from the start! At first. we were rather awed by the smilingly superior Seniors and Juniors, but we soon learned the rules and regu- lations of the school and felt quite as much at home as the upperclass- men. As Siopliomores we took more interest i11 the school activities than is usually the case with people of that rank. Our class was well represented on the boys' athletic teams. while our Sophomore girls kept the Senior and Junior teams busy. Our work in the class rooms was very satisfactory. XYe came into the school determined to win out in scholarship and we did. XYe are proud of our part in Steele's twenty-tifth anniversary celebration. XVe contributed a pageant, gymnasium and exhibition work, a play, regular class work, Hlltl many written folios for exhibition. As Juniors, we lost 11ot o11e bit of our splendid class spirit. lYe organized rather late in the year, choosing a very competent staff of officers. Robert Zehring was our Junior president. We were the first class in Steele to give the Sophomores a "YVelcoming Party." Our t'Junior Carnival" was a huge success. What fun we had there! The crowning event of the year was our Farewell to the Seniors. This was held at Memorial Hall and everyone agreed it was "just perfect." But, like all ambitious Juniors, we desired to reach the highest pinnacle in a high school career. Oh, to be a Senior! The class of 1921 has 11ow almost completed the last lap. Under the leadership of Robert Mctf'onnaughey, our Senior president, and his fine staff of officers, we feel that we have accomplished much and that we may be justly proud of our entire career at Steele, but chieiiy are we proud of our Senior year. ,Everyone is convinced that our play was the finest Senior play ever presented. Through our three years at Steele our members have been called to various positions of re-sponsibility. Athletic teams, debate teams, staff work, and all other school activities demanded our assistance and never have we shirked responsibility. XYe have tried to give our best to Steele. XVe love her dearly, and wher'er we are we shall look back to these few years of work for her as the happiest years in our life. And as we advance into other paths of life, it is our fervent hope that we may live up to her high ideals in everything we do. May Steele flourish and prosper in the future as she has in the past, is the dearest wish of the class of 1921. ELIZABETH Forman. '21. Page Twenty-Three f rux J n" v Q . , fi .152 H 1 ,QQJ is Y ., H' I' a-JA' ' lilaii ., V I I I 1 v n .1 gl 5 Z 4 Z 1 Z w I' The Senior Play T was only after some fleliheration that the Senior Vlass fleeulenl to produce "The lrresistihle Marinzulukef' a three-a,et. 1-oinetly of English Society life. This play written hy Ernest Denny, haul heen pi-otliu-ed hut one other tin1e in Aineriea, and haul never heen atteiupterl exeept hy professionals. lt was rather a unique undertaking for high sehool pupils. The enthusiasm of the aumlienee lxronouneetl the proaluetion a tleriiletl sum-ess. liohert Knee was iiuleeml irresistihle as the "Il-resistihle Blaruizulukef' His t'llill'iU'ft'l' portrayal was equal to that of a professional. Great versatility was tlisplayeil hy tl1e ease with whieh he ehangetl from tl1e fine young inan, who helievetl hiinself a lord, into the real 1I2ll'lllillllllIQ fa hopeless profligate. Pauline Vurtner, as the little Irish girl, was a very eharining lezuling larly. Her interpretation of the part was appealingly natural. The role of Lady Althea, 3lil1'lll2l4llllit"S aristoeratie mother, was no easy one. ltr was very ahly taken. however, hy Dorothy l'lltlllllD0l'l2ll11. The dignified preeision of her speeeh and manner was all that eouhl he tlesiretl. The woneler was that she eoultl he so eahn with sueh a person as Mortiiner Gregory for a hushalul. Basil Leever, as Mortimer Gregory, was the very opposite of his wife, Lzuly Althea. He wa.s either shouting clenianfls as he rusheel ahout or glaring on the worhl as he angrily elieweil his cigar. fiXV9lltl0lyIl lYeelis as Miss lYylie, Moi-tiuner's secretary, was very wily in iuanaging the "l1'resistihle Blill'llliltllllil1.u Lafly Susan, Lzuly Altheafs sister, was cleverly personiiietl hy Helen Quartel. It would have heen llIlllUSSlllll' to reeognize in the prying housennaul, Dawson, any l'PS6llllIl2iIll't" to lluth Mi-l'herson. The exam-t way she haul of saying, "Yes, llllliltlyu or "No, llllliltlyf' was a real tlrzunatie aehieve- ment. Ray lYelsh lookenl a1ul at-tenl the part of the genial llr. Wlieefe. His delightful aec-ent played no siuall part i11 the sus-4-ess of his representation. Russel Hruiulige, the clumsy ll'Hlll1SIll2ll1. ll1fl'tNllll'Ptl some elever sifleplay. Other L'llill'2ll'l9l'S llll1Nl1'fEll1l in unraveling tl1e plot were -laiues, the chauffeur, played hy Kenneth lienehg t'hristopher llezu-on, a solieitor, played hy Everett llilylllillli annl Shelhy Burgher as NValter. 3l2ll'lll2l4lllli9'S valet. The suet-ess of tl1e play was mlue to the untiring ettorts ot' the very ahle mlireetoi-, Miss Grave Stivers, aiul the earnest work of this spleniliml Cast. The play has amlfleml another real aehieveinent to the list of things accomplished hy the class of '21, XvIULET Evlxs. '21 Page Twenty-Five CLASS SONG 1921 Words and Music by SHELBY M. BURGHER Con Spirito 5 MMS! 5: ' Smi-ling f,c.u om, have heel, We the elm of ward? gg ff? 5 fe ga 1 3? jf rgfflxjfi ' ' F V+' 'V JJf.o,E4,LJ R - ' - . . pr ' - A ' . ' - ' l 171 I J M X13 LG: J E lr way, Ich lreas ure: lhou hast gn n, Man y rules we wxll o one.Steclc's oudname well cle lend, 5 thru lnfe we your ney A . ju - . YA1o g ' , lil' 0 5 F Q F I . o ig J I. lea. : as I I I p Tlllh - S , 1' VIFJUVFVVST bey D R B ck, We do now m tn-umph r ls HH. la ' g l ml' r V V P ur B . ear old col - on ed and la on. When we look on thy guy walls. And our leach-era kind and nh we 1" ' ' V - Ll I f FW' 1 I S H 1 .Q I f , , dfffmFHwfP F I T r 5 F1 frrlillrrfg ei ' . Love for thee we ne'er will lack,We wll rie, We re - gre! to leave thy halls,Bu we ?fHH' J'iii e -. F J M g I wwfhj ET? ifrJM1HIJ3H?fd4 ' Efgiasaeiigf www 5' Jf,,,VJ"ffJJl+J.V-V1 E 3 'HE 12 1 H U2 3 gg E 1 JLJJFT nga Y WE 5 3. kj. F f pf' Efffif it by QMZWM, e Twen ' ' ' JEANETTE BARNES ' Willard. "Her rnire was ever soft and low, an excellent thing in woman." GEORGE BARTE Crislnbal Grammar Srhonl. Technical Research. Philo. His molto is. "l'eni vidi. 1'ici." PAULINE BALER Webster. Sheds just the quiet kind whose nalure never varies. ROBERT BAUMHECKEL . Allen. Slivers Orchestra. "Rubin Gnuclfellnwf' EDWIN BEAVER Longfellow. Track. To study is surh useless expenditure of energy. RUTH BEEKLEY Yves! Alexandria High. MacDowell. We gladly grant Ruth possession of "a smooth and stemlfast mind, gentle thoughts and calm desires. ELLA BEELER lmngfellow. B R Agora. Steele Service. Clionian. A rheerlul mien is what nnnounees her. HARRY BERKDOLL Garfield. Criterion. When Harry slips anything in that quiet, nuthnrilalire zrny ay' his, you may he reasonably certain il is ivnrlh hearing. LUUISE BICKHAM Longfellow. Eccrilean. .4 drop nf gniely is irnrlh a gallon nf midnight nil. FLORINE BLECK Longfellow. Ercrilc-an. "Her rheerful words have brightened many days, xl linst of friends she's ,gained by winning ways." JOHN BLOCHER Longfrllnw. . Plxiln. Social Science. Hi Y. SHUT. '2l. "lnhn's red hair is but n sign of his unjniling good humor." OTTO BOECK Allen. Yarsily "5" Foollmll, '20, '2l. Om- nf the nggrvgnliim that brought Steele gridiron fame. Page TIUGIIIQ'-Eigllf fm.. l l , Z- 3 F ' vi ELIZABETH IIOHN llruoklyn. N. Y. The soul uf qnielnr-'ss mul gnurl lrill. ROBERT IIOZAKTH Hawllinrm-. l"uruin Gnufi lurk un xrilh Ihvvl SAIL BRASLEY Crnlral. - Auditorium D1-lizile He 1-ares nut fur the "Vain, zleliuling joys." CHARLES BREISH Palla-riun. XlacDnw4-ll. Circulation Nlanugzn-r. '1Il. An urlire magnvlizeli, "Su-elite" whose grcnlvst pulrer is lu nlrrm-1 sul-ff-ss. MARJURIE BREWSTER Longfellow. Aurl-un. Cleo flluli. Cuurl nnlnrv is lhe product of righl ruusun. FREID.-X BRITTINGHANI Mgiysville High. I believe in uid-,fashioned common sense. W'Al,TEH BRLBAKER Tippn-4-anne High, Gavel. lfnlrll lfnlter fur thi' lures! thing in. men's huherflnshery. RUSSEL HKLNDIGE South Bvnd High. Philo. Social Srivnce. Sn-nior Play. Sera:-ant-all-arnis. '21, The ruurt-jesler, filled with "qnips and vranks and zvunfon u'iIex." EDITH BRYANT Garlic-ld. Rirlimond. lnd. When Eflilh smiles, words are unneressnry. FREIDA BUNDENTHAL Longfellow. Ellen H. Ri:-liards. Blundes nre unlailingly charming. PAUL BIQNCER Van Cleve. Criterion. Orclivslra. Clos Club. Full of life mul always smiling, SHELBY BURCHER Clay Cily, Ky. Forum. Mi-Duwell. Senior Play. Orchestra. Board of Directors, '21, A whole orrhestra in himself: he plays almost every known instrument. ' 5 Fige- f Page Twenty-Nine t Page Thirty LYSLE BUTLER Central. Gavel. Hi Y. Varsity S. Football. '21 Auditorium Debate. Basketball, '21. With him basketball is a serious business. BERNICE BUYER Glenville High. Cleveland. MacDowell. Y. W. C. A. Cluh. Her popularity is evidence of her merit. HAZEN CABOT Mt. Harmon Boys' School, Mt. Herman, Mass. Speak up and express yourself. FLOYD CAMERON Yan Cleve. Forum. Jlust generous and free from all cantriving. CATHERlNE CAROLAND Garfield. Clionian. Calherine's artistic ability is well known at Steele. DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN Longfellow, Spur. Senior Play. Clee Club. Even "finals" t-anno: ruffle her calm. PALLINF CHANEY Patterson. Ecrritran. Y. W. C. A. Club. Orchestra. Basketball, '19. '20. lfll. lfith rnnlire ton-nrrl none and apologies ra nobody, SIDNEY CLARK Garfield, Graphic Arts. An amateur gentleman. CAROL COCKRELL Madison, Ind. .4 modest nmirl, full of gentle dignity. ELIZABETH COCKRELL Madison. lnd. lt is xt-ell to be a little reserved. JUSTIN COMPTON Longfellow. Criterion. Si-crm-tary Senior Class. Auditorium Debate. Why so sulemn? The world it-as mode for song ELIZABETH COOMLER HulTman. Agora. Clionian. The personifit-ation of "jest and youthful jollityf' A 4 1 Q. .Q .Es ' W l ROBERT CORWIN Van Clvvv. Forum. Hi Y. "Vuul1ing amlbitinnn has never disturbed his soul. DOROTHY CREW Longfellow. Spur, Her hair, her manners, all u-hu sun-, admired. JEANNETTE CREW Longfellow. Eccrilvnn. lT'uulrin'l Jeanne-Ile make u perfprt Quakvress? MARION CUNNINCHABI Sacred Heart, Wilh the emphasis on Ihe running. EVA CIQRLE Rncselvillez Ark. Ellen H. Richards. She Inlrvx fur her matlo, "Be true," BURR CURNKTTE Lincoln. Forum. Ha surreeds who perseverus. ETHEI.. CURRAN Oswego, N. Y. A ri arm -h earletl mairlvn. PAYLINE CURTNER Hawlhorne. Clionian. Neolrophean. Senior Play, Footlights are her beacons, and applause is music lu her soul. KEITH CKSTIS Fairview, Gvographical. Your modesty is all in rain, Keilhg Iruv ivorlh vannut be hidden. HARRISON DANIELS Central. Harrison is u-nn! to speak la the poinl, espefially in physics. SARAH DAVIDSON Crass Rungzv. lIonlana. Ellvn H. Richards. .-lim high and you will arromplish murh. MARGARET DAVIS Weaver, Clionian. Neolroplli-an. Quietly she moved, cuntenl u-ilhin her own small circle. l'ngP Tlzirry-Une air , Page Thirty-Two MILDRED DEADY Cenlral. Steele Service. Nenlrophean. If there is :my fun In be had, le! me have il nmu. PAKLINE DILLSWORTH Eldorado. Ill. Slccle Service. Clionian. Aslropliilian. .-in inrlustriuus stunlenl nnrl loyal class memher. JUNE DILTS Hyde Park, Cin. Ellen H. Riu-lmrrls. Steele Service. Jus! ns sunny as her name. PAULINE DOUCHTY Cnrnlral. Spur. Steele Service Yire-Presidenl of Senior Claw. Dclrrznrrnfy' the keyncte of her chvzravter. RUTH DURNELL Knoxville. Tenn. Ellen H. Richards. IThate'er the nrllls, she is n happy lass. VICTOR ELLER Grccnville High. Forum. - "I have learned in nhnlsoeuer slate I am, In be 1-onzenzf' LESTER ELLISON Mt. Nivlury. Ohio. Forum. Graphic Arli. A jolly mrm, who has no enemies. JOSEPH ENSLEY Harrison Twp. Forum. Geographical. .4 sensible and well bred mnn. CONSTANCE ERB.-XUCH Perry Twp. Here is 11 mniflen, good rrillmuf pretense. YIOLET EVANS M1-Kiuley. Spur. Slevle Survive. Y. YY. C, A. Club. Com. nu Cuxuluillves. SMH' '21. Baskvllrall. '20. Viale! is ns rlenmre as her name hu! when sludies and serrlve wurlf in lhe su-hunf are ronxiderezf-Y-size is n star. MARK FEAR Pallvrmn. Forum. Graphic Arts. Hurry and I are strangers. ELIZABETH FOLCER Fairview. Errritvan. Yicn'-Pwsiulvul of .luuiur Class. Slvclv Scrxire Y. YY. C. A. lllulu Slalf. '21, Board of Directors. She nzwzvlrllrlishes muflx in her quiet xrny. ROBERT FOOSE Corpus Christi. Gvugraphical. He is zvarm in argument, but cool in mullers requiring guad jurlgmenl. RUTH FORD Lincoln. Neulruphean. Clionian. They give me of azlvive galore, Bu.: I go on just as before. ROSALYN I-'RANK McKinley. Ni-olrophean. Clioninn. She is very "frank" and jolly. GLADYS FRYAR lri ing. Steele Service. "Beanies in rain their prelly eyes may roll: Charms slrike the heart, but merit wins tha soul." JAMES FUNKHOYSER Longfellow. Philomalheun, Social Srienfe. MarDuwell. - Serrelary uf Class. '20 Orchestra. Com. on Conilnillees. '21 Assorialc Edilur. "fl varray parfmt genlle knighlf' CLYDE CEHRING Coaltun. Ohio. Varsity "5" Football. 'l9. '2ll. Baseball, '20. Wise la resolve and patient lo perform. HELEN GIBSON Fosloria. Ohio. Q Very quiet and very good. LUCILE GIBSON Pallerson. Spur. "Gaily dam-e and gaily sing. Isn'l life a jolly lhing?" ECHO CILMAN Germantown. Ohio. Orchestra. Contrary In her name, Echo believes in being seen and nal heard. WALTER CLASER Longfellow. .-1 man may knnu' his on-n minfl and still not Imuu' a gn-ar deal. DOROTHY COETZ Hawthorne. Her looks do argue her replete u-ith mmlesly. MARGARET HAAS Linrnln. Spur. .4 sweet smile ami a fheery ward for ull, is .'llargare1's offering. f ir' gf- 5' V 1 X Y 5 2... x Page Thirty-Three f rux J n" v Q . , fi .152 H 1 ,QQJ is Y ., H' I' a-JA' ' lilaii 1 1..- ,......... .. .M-..,....1.e........i Page Thirty-Four CATHERINE HADELER Oakwood. Spur. Serenity personified: ralm, peace, and quiet in the flesh. THELMA HAGNEY Emerson. I urn 1-antent to let my deeds speak for me. KATHRYN HALL Huffman. Aurean. For the history of Steele's Athletics, see Kathryn. MARGARET HALTEMAN Van Cleve. Eccritt-an. Steele Service. Basketball, '20, Those t-urls of hers would have been bernming to a Revolutionary belle. CLARA HARTMAN Edison. Aurean. If we all knew Vergil as Clara does. there would be n need of teaching it. MARION HARVEY Longfellow. Spur. Marian is true blue, all wool, and a yard wide, .l0SEPl'llNE HASTINGS Hawthorne. Spur. Com. on Committees. '21, No more peru-ils, no more books. EWELL HENDRICK YVillard. Graphic Arts. The printing department is Etvell's favorite haunt. RICHARD HENDRICK Longfellow . Criterion. Hi Y. Does he wear glasses to make himself lonk wise? JAMES HERMAN lrving. Gavel. Geographical. Hi Y. Foremost in the ramble: of fun. CHARLES HILL Weaver. Geographical. .Vy tongue within my lips l rein, For who talks much, must talk in vain. ROZELL HILL Emerson. Our deeds determine us as mush as irc determine our deeds. 0 ELDON HOERNER Central. We hope that your desire for learning will not and will: the acquisilion af your diploma. CHARLES HOEY Van Cleve. Technical Researfh. Hi Y. His mind u-ill not be changed by place or lime. ROSALIE HOHLER Huiman. Aurean. Slacllowell. Y. W. C. A. Steele Service. Basketball. '19, '20. Her 1-ery presence breathes dignity. YELMA HOLLOWAY Central. Auri-an. Orchestra. Clee Club. Mai-Dowc-ll. "Na duly rnuld o'erlake herg no need her uill outrun." LlNW'0OD HOOYER Weaver. Agora. Y, W. C. A. l'nlil:e most maidens, no: only in that she lhinks, but fha? she thinks before she speaks. I.0L'lS IINCELFINCER Hawthorne. Graphic Arts. Cond nature is the cure for all ills. KATHERINE JOHNSON Yan Ch-ve. Eu-rilean. She u-isely mixes reason uilh pleasure. THONI AS JOHNSON Willard. Graphic Arts. His pusrers hare done much lo enliven the halls uf Steele. THELMA JOHNSTON Longfellow. Ercrilean. Orcheslra. NlacDuwell. Thelmrfs laughter encourages others lo be happy irilh her. JEAN PAUL JONES Central. Criterion. Geographical. A man of merit. HERBERT KAHN Cincinnati. Ohio. Geographical. Hi Y. .-in ideal ejicienry expert. JACKSON KEEPER Emerson. Football, '15, 'l6. A. E. F., '19, '20. Varsity HS." Basketball, '16, NIO. '21, Baseball, '20, 121. "Captain .lrwk." Page Th irty-Five lf.. . ,M ,. ' I . 4 - .rl I :J . f '59 ' A .. ,Z . Q . M 1 1 'V B A All Page Thirty-Six MILDRED KELBLE Van Cleve. Steele Service. Clionian. Mildred is planning to become the world's speediest typisl. LOUISE KEMP Central. Neolrophean. She is not oppressed by the affairs of tomorrow, but lives for today. RUTH KIMBALL Central. Spur. Ru1h's smile never comes of, no matter u-hat happens. OLIIE KLEE Corpus Christi Varsity "S," Football. '1T. '1B. '19. '2lJ. Baseball, '18, '19. '20, '2l. Track. '18. '19, Basketball. '19. '20. '21. His unerring ine has kicked many a victory for Steele. JEANNETTE KNAPP Hawthorne. She quits her buolrs for fear of growing double. ROBERT KNEE Longfellow. Criterion. Commillee on committees. '21 Senior Play. "The glass of fashion and the mould of form," he bears his Thespian honors like a man. MARY KNOX Erie. Penn. Aurean. The more we know her, the more we irish she had been with us four years instead of one. GEORGE KOOGLER Weaver. Graphic Arls I never hurry, I never worry. I leave some things undone. JOHN KRAMER Longfellow. John has never improved his opportunities to exeruve his naturally fine mind. LOUISE KRAMER Ruskin. Errritean. MacDowell. Y. W. C. A. Club. Athletic Edilrvss. '2l. Magnet. 'l9. Steele Service. Louise is runsinlered by the rlass as one ol the stu: leaders. She is at her best always in work or play. NATHALIE LARSON Irving. Clionian. .-I good romrmle in all things. EYERETT LAYNIAN Cnnlral. Gatel. Senior Play. 'Tis good will makes inlelligenre. BASIL LEEVER Franklin. Gavel. Geographical. Senior Play. Another derntee of the Thespian muse. FRANCES LEIIMAN Central. Ereriteon. Frnnkness und sinrerily personified. JEROME LEHMAN Edison. He has found the art ol being eloquently nlenl. GRACE LEONARD Patterson. Mus! mnidenly of all maids was she. NELLIE LIDDIL Huffman. Netrophean. Board of Directors. She is u girl of high ideals and splendid seholorship. BARBARA LIGHT Fairview. Ellen H. Rirhards. Basketball. '19, '2I. "Al sight of thee my gloomy' soul cheers up." ALMA LINXW'EILER Emerson. Eerritean. Basketball. Y. W. C. A. Club. Committee on Committees, '20, :lima is the kind ul girl who makes even the ruiniesl dat seem eheery. CHARLOTTE LONG Patterson. She is content to lat others lake the responsibility. FRANKLIN MrCANN Central. Slivers. Stivers News. Board of Directors. Auditorium Debate. "His true merit is not hnrd to see. Few work so well. or show such worth as he." JANE NICCANN Mrs. Link's. Eecritean. Steele Servire. Y. W. C. A. Cluh Jane believes "The highest rullure is to speak no evil." DOROTHY McCLARY Hawthorne. Agora, Ellen H. Richards. She gives her thoughts no tongue. MARJORIE MeCLUER. Fairview. Errritean. "Modest doubt is culled the beacon of the wise." 6 at Q 95. I U , . 314.-si . A' 6 'rf 'G' '9 h'ff A L I gT'iA A - 2 ., sy , v ,A Page Thirty-Seven L, ..., ,,.-,, W., DAVID MQCONNAUGHEY Windsor Collegiate Institute, Windsor, Ontario. Philomalhean. Hi Y. Serial Science. The u-orlrl little knows lhe small but imporlanl things done without notice. ELIZABETH NRCONNALTGHEY V Windsor Collegiate Institute, Windsor, Ontario. Ecrritean. McDowell. Belly has gained an enviable reputalinn in Steele. de- spile the far: that she has been u-irh us but 1: year and a half. ROBERT M4-CONNAUCHEY Van Cleve. Philomalhran. Social Sri:-nre. Hi Y. Varsity MS." President Senior Class. '2l. Committee- on Committees. '20. Athletic Editor. ll, Football, '19. '20, Basketball, '2l. Auditorium Debate. The secrel al his suzcess is not that he dues one thing well, but many lhings excellenlly. HELEN Mc-FARLAND, Hawthorne. Ellen H. Rirharils. Spending her rlays in harmless joys." LOUIS McLEAN Garfield. Social Sri:-ucv. Hi Y. Board ot' Directors, ll. l"latlt-ry is the grenlcsl ol all the arts. RUTH MrPHERSON Eali-nn. Spur. S4-nior Play. .Nothing great is ever ai-complished uifhnul enlhusiasm. HAZEL MADDOX V'eava'r. Hazel is given lo spurts of enthusiastic labors and long periods of rvsl afferwarrls. HELEN MARCOLIS Longfellow. One of our very good sludents. DOROTHY MARK Longfellow. A quiet ronsvienre makes one so svn-ne. FLORENCE MAYER Belmont. Slcelv Service Basketball, '2l. Exchange Editn-ss 1 Board of Directors. i Florenn-'s opinions an things are worth ululr CYRLS MEAD Sl. .lohn's School, Manlius. N. Y. Criterion. He has n u'halr'some regard for the ct'crp'l'ly rlullvs. ESTHER MILLER Hi-inlz School. Girls' Clee Club. The mildt-sl manners and the gentlvsl hvarr. Page Thirty-Eight '........, ...q.Y-.---- - EVA MILLER Webster. Agora. MncDowell. Her perfection in everything she underlakes is a joy to in lb- lhe class in which she recites. K PRISCILLA MILLER Huffman. Spur. MacDowell. Orchestra. Basketball, '20. Prisrilla's generosily bespenks a noble nature. -4 RICHARD MOTE District 45, Indianapolis. Gavel. Orchestra. Hi Y. The world belongs lo the energelic. CATHERINE MOUNTSTEPHEN Oakwood. Agora . .4 judicious mixiure of work and play makes any life endurable. MARY MLNDAY Oakwood. .llary is quiet, 'but a mighty good person tn know. MARY MUSSELMAN Garfield. Spur. Y. Y". C. A. Club. lllary'x sense of humor lirens many hours which would olherwise be dull. IRVIN NAAS Allen. W All blufs are nnrient history lo him. CHARLOTTE NIEDHAMER Van Cleve. MacDowell. Steele Service. V She knows that nothing is impossible Io diligence and skill. 1 ISABEL OCLESHEE Hawthorne. Agora. Sweet of lace and sol! ol voice. HERMAN OLT Hillman. Social Science. MafDnwell. Business Manager. '2l. Magnet, '19. '20. ".You4here so busy a man as there was, and yet he seemed busier than he was." RUTH ORR Van Cleve. Agora. There is a garden in her fate, where roses and while lilies grow. GEORGE OWINGS Van Cleve. Gavel, Social Scienre. Hi Y. Hou: peacefully he sleeps in physics class. Y L .. ,.,. . 1 Page Thirty-Nine I DAVID PACE Hamillnn. Yarsily "S," Foolhall. '19, '20. He lafklcs a hnnl jnh ns il he had met it on the fnulhall fielrl. RATHRYN I'AL'L Kan CI:-ve. Agora. She refuses lo be sad, lhungh lhe ghosts of unprepared lc-ssuns lmunt her. IONA FENCE Cr-nlral. ' gg i She has made her :ray lhrough high school against 1 V5- , 'l , oi-erulielming odds. The best irard In describe her is . "Plu4 ky." f, ':,,i, - fx Q I, . NORMAN PETERSON Hughes High S1-Imnl. Cincinnati. .flbilily is I1 pnnr m1ln's ifeallh. A HERNIINE POHLMAN Linroln. Agora. When lovely maidens slnnp In 4-njnlery, pray who V frm rcsisl? WILLIAM PRATHER Emi-rsun. Social Science. Trrhniral Research. Hi Y. - On his broil- nalurr has ivrilten "gentleman," RICHARD PRICE Willard. Fnolhall. YD. Indeed he hulh a nnhle mind and the spirit of a gvnllvman. RLTTH PRIOR I.on,':fclIou. Ecrrih-an. Rulh has an envmhle rlispnsilinn. She is never loo busy lo :lo snmelhing for someone else. ' DAVID PREGH Iningfcllnu. Gan-I. Hi X. Wireless is his hubby. H ELEN QI .-I RTEL I.nngfvIlnu. Spur. lIarDmu-ll. Sl:-ole Service. Y. W. C. A. Club, Senior Play, Alumni Edilrriw. '21, Baskvlllall. '20. '21. lfhcn all llxe irurlrl is lililhe nnd png, nhal care I fm sluriy. RICHARD RAMSI-IYER Cn-nlral. Linia. Uliin. Jlmlesly !'I0l'll'S him like a gnrmenl. FRED REIEI, Cn-nlrail. Guxvl. He has lrrnrnvrl the art of living elnquenllp silcnl. Page Forty VIRGINIA REEL 11:-nlral, Spur. Y. YV. C. A. Club. "Be thine on-n self nlwnps mul thou art lnrnblef' PALMER REIST Cf-nlrul. 'l'r'cl1niral Ron-arrh. lhspritrlx is thc soul of business. KENNETH RENCH Lnngfcllnu . l'hiImn:illxvan. Sm-ial Sciencr. Hi Y. Svnmr Play I knnu' I rnulvl lnve snnleonc' madly, if someone nnly lurvrl nw. CLEO BETTER llanllmrne. 'l'c'rliuiral Rvsuarrll. Dis'-reliun in spun-ih is inure than clnqunnfv. HENRY REETHER Lnngfrllrm. Terliniral Rf-warcll. There is somvlhing vlsv fnr ri man lv do lhnn out nnvl slcvp. PEARL ROCKOFF Longfellow. Fha! Mould life mvnn lu me if I rnuldlfl talk? DOROTHY ROEHBI Pallerfnn. Errrilean. Y. W, 12. A. Club. Basketball, '20, 'll In lI1y' fare I sw' 11 nmp of hnnor, lruih, and lnyally EDYTHE ROGERS Hnirllmrnrl. .4 lruly rurdial soul, friendly In ex-erynne, ABRAHAM ROSENTHAL Central. Orrhc-Ira. Flon' In spmzk nnd slow to shun- u-rnlh. FANNY ROSENTHAL Lnngfcllnw. Neotrophezn. Sleeflv Service. Fanny's pprsunnlily is n many sided one. RETH ROST Yan Clvve, Clinninn. Ni-nlrnphz-an. Hilher and Ihilhvr-bu! xrhilher' irlm knnus? NORMAN ROETZOHN lmligfellnw. Criterion, Social Sriencv. Hi Y. I have said sa, Iherefore I am right. sag' 'F Y 4 A ..-i-ix f-' 3 . ' iii gl . av., hu. '. ' - 331: fi - 4, X f 1+ ,Q !4'f" 'l . 9 . . f :N 3 4 N ' i A Q 1. EX il Page Forty-One Page I"orly-Two EARL RUPPERT Lawrcncclvurg, lnd. Technical Resenrrh. He is nf u philosnphil' mind. FLORENCE RUSSON Longfellow. Neulrophean. Thy name is cnnlenlment. W'ALTER SANDEL Van Cleve. Geographical. The knuttiesl physivs question holds no lerrors for him HELEN SAPP Edison. In bliss serene I lhrnngh life mil. I knou' nal care or rnirlnigllt oil. EDITH SALER Pnlterson. Spur. "Pep" and abilily rmnlninvfl make her 11 graduate In ii-hum S14-cle can point u-ith pride. EVA SAUER Fairview. Clinnian. Earnestness is the best gift of menlnl PAUL SAYLER Brookville' High. power. There is snmelhing olher for 11 man to do than ent and sleep. ELIZABETH SAY LOR Oalux mul, .4 good friend who is willing to help you out of dljirulliax, c-specially ahuul If-sions. PALLINE SCHROY Hamillnn. Agora. Sim-lc Svnirc. Y. W. C. A. Club. Sorivly Eililrms, '2l. ".ln1l beauty horn nf murmuring sounds shnll pass intn hor farm" Hlillflllxli SIIHWVARZ Longfvllow. lifrrilrun. She nolhing rununrm :lid or nwun MILTON SCHWARZ l,mlp,fvlluw. Oh, Ihis learning, li-lm! n lhing il HELEN SCOTT Nh-Clnin High. Gri-vnfwlil, Ohio. lsf "Courage and skill. plurk nnil gnmlirill, are ilu- four loaves of life"5 clover." I 4 " ' www . v f' A . 1 x i::l:' H: 1' ly 5 '35 "'-"' '--'U ' '-'-"1 KATHERINE SCOTT Wvaver, Glee Club. She is so mud: in earnvst lhni she sornelimes forgm-ls life was rnmle fur sung. MYRON SEEIIY I Hurriaon. Crilvrion. Technic-al Research. H1 Y. One nf nur srivnlifir minds. Hr reads julvs Vvrnm in the original for pastime. HARRY SEI-'TON fl' Mad River Township. ' Q Terhuiral Rr-54-an-h. Orchcslru. . 3F ' Harry mul his saxophone ought lo make guaal anynrherv. ' 'll .. 5 . .A xg.,-,. . .. g MARTHA SHANK . Willard. Elle-n H. Richards. Baskclhall, '2ll. Nan' lhnt I hm-e finiwhed Vergil, l can lm happy. DUROTHY SHANOR Yan Cleve. Clinman. Sha neither mulests nor u-ishvs In he mnleslell. CIRTIS SHAW Srull High, Tole-lu. Criterion. A gvnzl Sruul. .IIENNA BEE SHETTERLY Ellison. .leunu Bee's nhililies run along Ilia- lines uf ilaniesrif- srienre. MARY SHIELDS Hznslllnrlw. Agora. Who Ileserrvs u-ell, nvvrls nut nnolhefs prainu. RALPH SHOENIAKE Bclmonl Srlmul. Columlzu-. Would lhnl men only knew hnu' truly grvnl I am. ORPHA SIMMONS Salina, Kam. Aurean. 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' 1 f 4 M, Q,VlV.- - V .V, V':f.Qf2.y gggig , , , 4 V Y' 'Z'-l.,:' " Y.-'f r 4' I V N 4: '. 4 I V . 44 f 4' -P' 'rfVVj',l"4jl n Y r 1.4 A AA ,.,V' 4, 51. :AV -54' JV4, 35.55 5,514-Q'1..V 14s V Y ' f M 'f' 'V' gr" A 2' ' 'E Z I, U' i,"'.Q 'I' -YP:-S' '54 1' I, 'IV' .V V 1 I 'J T5 A.. 1 V 4. . V l 4 a+ , ,' - 'V' V " . . V 4 1 ,I' -H.-4 V .- V, ' . . V ,Q V V 4 ' ,. .- 4,.:-'.-. V 4 V i ' ' I , 4 .V .'l --V,-'., ,M ',:f,-J . 4 .,,f ", ' . , K ' - .' ' ' "I "'4-547' :J-tlfigt , "-.-E' V 1 V f 4'V .- 4 ,ji , P44-Q' 1' V lx 451' V - . :V' ""-.7 VV I I V - -va.,-.V -41, . 1 , 4 , .1 ,V . V ,,V V - I V . 47 f 55 'V"..-1 ff? V , ' 2 .- V - '- s'.-'Vik' - 'V VTJVVI. -1' tr: 1, - ,'-.r. 4,,,,-: V, "' Q v 1 4 lj, ffl .. ,,, Y, ' .. ei r 1 ' jp! f rzgv l'lUI'lj'-FOIII' CHARLES SMITH Moundsvillr. W. Va. Orrheslra. Cheer Li-aili-r. Glee Club. lT'i1h nrrlnr, zvnl. and pop hp did amaze, Anil urged Ihe rruurl lheir 1-oifes shrill to raise. FRED B. SMITH Willard. "I nm Ihr- vary pink of courtesy." LEONARD SMITH Longfellow. Tcrhniral Research. Slou' nnrl easy going, bu! he gels there just Ihe same. ORYILLE SNYDER Hanllmrnr-. Crktcrinn. Although he is no Di-muslhenvs, Orville has ideas in his head. HUSSEL SNYDER fE,+ Yan Cl:-vo. Forum. . -"EL Blessed be he, who, having nothing la say, keeps still. 4 . ,. ,Q V' RX 5 ' Lu m. 7 XT- v-. XERINA STEWART ...m mm ' Allen. I Clmnian. Y. W. C. A. Club. 1 Bnshfulnvss is an nrnnmvnl tv ynulll. . 2 gy MARIE STOECKLEIN Emnmnui-I. Agora. Baskvthall. '19, '20. An inimitnble Angelina. ELIZABETH STUART Garlivlrl. Spur, Orrlucslra. Mui-Dani-II. Clee Club. X. W. K.. A. Club. A jolly companion and rirvlvsx irurker. CATHERINE SUBER Garfield. E4-crilran. Y. W. C. A. Club. Clce Club. The living vxnniplv of llxc value nl u sense nf humor, JERROLD SWANK Fairvivw. Tm-hniral Research. "Forgive nic if I blush." HELEN SWISHEII Edienn. Agora. I laugh llvrause my hvnrl is lbriniful nf joy DOROTHY SWITZER Inmgfcllmr. Errrilvall. Y. YY. C, A. Club. Ha-kvllmll. 'Ich 'ffl YI. I nm one nj rhnsc u-lm llvink Ilu- ii-nrld is made nr fun mul frulir. R 312 . ' A 1 1 F ' I ISABEL SWOPE Ilungfvlluw. Spur. Y. W. C. A. Cluli. Habkeihall, '20. 'ill Dark rms her hair, uml bright her eye. ELIZABETH THOMAS Huliman. Graphic Arls. .Nolhing so hard but irurk irill find it out. EDYVAIID TOBIAS Yan Cleve. Tefhnical Research. l'm no! lazy, bu! I just dun'l feel like working. ALYSS YNCER Longfellow. A clever, high-mannered, young lady. DEAN UPSON Nitro. W. Va. ' Geographical. IT'ith his music he drives dull rare auay. IRENE YRBAN Sroll High. Toledo. En-rileuu. She-Vs rery murh inrlined lu lnlk ivilh all mankind. ELSIE YORIS Dorian Privnle Srhool. Paducah. Ky. Y. W. C. A. Club. Eccrileau. Ba-kelball. 'I0. '20. lliil me llisrnurse and I will enrhanl thine ear. DOROTHY YYACNEII Paller-nn. .-lnrl the hex! of me is rliligenre CHRISTINA WAHI. Miamisburg. Ohio. Basketball. '21. If si-ham! were all basketball, hon' happy I should lm. A CWENDOLYN WEEKS Harriinn Township. Auri-an. Steele Service. Y, W. C. A. Club. Cummillea- un Cununilleef. '2I. Senior Play. --oh. :hm eyyf.-il-m .Iliss lr,-lie." PRINCESS WEHRLEY Hawlhurue. Jly nnlure ix too mmlvxl for lhis u-orld. ETHEL WEIRETER Emerwon. Agora. Graphic' Arts. "She hath the maludy. My-heart-is-not-my-own." rf D47 in 4: Page Forty-l7iz'e ...M . . .. Page Forty-Six ROBERT WELCHANS Hawthorne. He "keeps the noiseless tenor of his way." HUGH WELLMEIER Longfellow. He did nothing in parlirular and he did il u'ell. RAY WELSH University of Dayton. Criterion. Senior Play. Football, 'Z0. Impossible is not in his vocabulary. RICHARD WESTERFIELD Central. Au-use not natureg she hath done her part. CLINTON WHEELER Cincinnati. , Forum. Orchestra. lllen of few words are the best. THELMA WILLIAMSON Longfellow, Agora. Glee Club. Welrome, sweet day of rest. LETHA WILKINSON Jamestown. Ohio. Agora. Board of Directors. '21, Committee on Committees. '20. "Hang sorrow--lel's he merry." EVELYN WITHOFT Van Cleve. Spur. Y. W. C. A. Club. She doeth little lfindnesses, whiz-h most leave undone or despise. CARROLL WOODS Yan Cleve. Agora. Y. YV. C. A. Club. "Here's to one who doesn't shirkg Here's to one :rho does the work." KARL WODITSCH University of Dayton. Technical Researrh, Keep silent and pass for a philosopher. ELIZABETH WOGONIAN Harrison, Board of Directors, '21, Steele Service. Ellen H. Richards. Steele's example of modesty, dignity, and worth. FAITHE WOLFE Ifnion City. Ohio. Aurcan. Y. W. C. A, Club. Basketball, '10, '20. .4 laugh is it-urth a thousand tears in any market. ...a ,.X ' H p ' 1 . X J- 1 XX 'K S9 I . i .. 4 N x xxx 'Y .t -.x .9251 - E. .. t rt, sz- jj vm- , KAfHERINE WOODWARD Hawtlmrne. Aure-an. Y. W. C. A. Club. Not u word spoke she more than was neede-l. ROSWELL DAVIS Webb City, Mo. Every man is a volume if you know how to reall him. MARIE WOODRIDGE Frankfort, Ky. Athena. One of those people who let otlmrs mind their own business. WILSON ORMES Central. Be it on first base or in school, he can catch anything and return it with interest. ROBERT ZEHRING Longfellow. Philomalhean. Social Science. Hi Y. President, '20. C0mmi.tee on Committees. '2l. .Board of Directors, '21, Auditorium Debate. Editor-in-Chief. Staff '19. Responsibility gravitates to him who can shoulder it. EDNA VON BERGE Agora. Y. W. C. A. Club. Sunshine and good humor all the world over. ROSELLA ZEHRING Edison. If I don't know, I ask. - EUGENE I-IAERLIN Garfield. Forum. Ceographiral. Clce Club. He has been faithful to his purpose. 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Page Forty-Eight The program was Continuous, with no stops for hreath. After the quartette, Miss Gwendolyn XVeeks, a professional entertainer, delighted the audience hy rendering t'Twinkle, twinkle, little star" set to niusie written hy the well known eornposer, Elizaheth Stuart. Edith Sauer and Eriesson Poling, professional aerohats, then gave a short, as-t. Miss Elsie Voris, a popular inritator, "hi-ought down the house" hy her inlita- fltlll of llohert Knee as "lli1llllt'l.u Mr. Knee and his leading lady, Miss Pauline Vnrtner, were unahle to attend as they were touring England in Shakespearean plays. Musie lovers were delighted to hear Miss Elizaheth Mm-t'onnaughey, the greatest pianist. sinre Paderewski, Thelnia Johnson, famous eellist, and Letha NVilkinson and xvtlllllil llolloway, hoth of wholn are l1ll"lllllPl'S of the Metropolitan Opera House Vo. The eonelutling nuniher was a lllilSllllP entitled "The Year," given hy the "l'l9l'llll119 Schwartz School of Vlassie ll2illl'l1ljg'.u Irene l'rhan, Dorothy lloehni, l"'lorenee ltiley, and Margaret llaltenran as the "Four Seasons" won great t'Ulllll16'111,liltl1511. The famous personages in the audienee reeeived as lllllt'll attention as the "show." Herrnan Ult., Set-retary of the Treasury, was there. favoring everyone with his hroad sinile. Ile was 2lf't'Hlllll2l11l01l hy his secretary, Ralph Shoeinake, who kept hint posted on the latest news. It was rumored that Mr. Shoernake reeeived great training in newspaper reading in high sehool. George I-larte, anrhassador to Spain, and flll2ll'lt'S Hoey, U. S. Fonsnl at Bagdad, were there also. This hrilliant politieal assenrhlage was further hrightened hy Vurtis Shaw, ex-dog-eateher of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Although the city lllZll12lg0l', llerkdoll, tried to prevent loeal politi- cians from disturhing or ext-iting the erowds, Yiolet Evans and Catherine Suher, rival eandidates for the otiiee of Senatrix front Uhio, insisted on distrihuting eanrpaign literature and lllillilllg stunip speeehes. Miss Suher, ham-ked hy Mary 3lllbYSt'llllil1l, a very intiuential politieal leader, won favor at iirst hut Miss Evans surpassed her i11 nuniher of followers later. The eause of Miss Evans' sum-eess was a eonrse in speaking. all known varieties, given hy Miss Nathalie Larson and Miss Elizaheth Voonrler. The Misses Larson and llflllllllttl' were experts in t.heir line, speaking with an ease and tinish that eonres only after nrneh experienee. There were lllkllly industrial exhihitions. The Plnnrhers, l,illllft'l'S-. Paperliangers and Plasterers had a large a11d interesting exhihit. There was a inodel house, constructed hy the well known eontrartor, Hugh Well- nreir, painted hy Edward Tohias, papered hy Kenneth lien:-h, plastered hy John Shank and piped hy l'll'I-'ll Smith. These gentleinen were all pronri- nent in their lines of husiness. Page Forty-Nine The ladies were enthusiastic in their praise of the beautiful clothing displayed by the various tailors and dressinakers. The lovely old rose Crepe paper evening gown, designed by Swisher and Swope, was the favorite creation. The second favorite was a. clever little afternoon froek of tea-green taffeta, presented by the Chamberlain, Gibson, and Hadeler Co. The skating rostumes of Stoerklein and Weireter were also voted as "just too sweet for words." The ladies eould 11ot understand why their husbands were so interested i11 the wireless outfit displays of Snyder, Swank and Snyder, or the fan dynamometers of the YVelsh Electrical Co. The inventors' union, leaders of whieh were John Blorher, Robert Foose, Keith Vustis and llavid Pl'llQ'll held a mass meeting' there. All agreed that their first inventions were ext-uses to stay up late and study their high sehool lessons. Also, a model "lYeekly meeting of the Tuesday Ladies' C'lub" was held. Short talks were delivered by Miss Jane Mef'ann and Miss Elizabeth Folger, professors of Biology at Denison. Robert Zehring, Professor of Zoology at Harvard also gave an interesting talk on the evolution of the dodo. Dr. George Owings, Insomnia specialist. Miss Carroll XVoods, a. trained nurse, and Dr. Mc-Lean, a. well known dentist, gave short talks U11 publie health. After thanking the per- formers for their kindness, the president of the Vlub, Miss Alma Linx- weiler, asked the members to tell the audienre of the value of their Club work. Those who spoke were, i,il'2lL'Q Leonard, Dorothy Mark, Pauline Bauer, Pauline llillsworth and Mrs. Vladimie Ejokfsowsky tformerlv Bosalie Hohleirj Every evening a dance was held under the supervision of the dancing masters, James Herman and Basil Leever. These gentlemen preferred the waltz to all danees and deplored the tendeney of the young folks to skip or hop about the room. They were very strict. The music was provided by Burg'her's Band, direrted by Shelby himself. The members of the band were lliehard Mote, Harry Sefton., Abraham Rosenthal, and Clinton YVheeler. For those who liked exeitement, an automobile raee was held among Pauline Vhaney, Helen Quartel and Berniee Berger, all noted sports- women. llelen got the lead, and would have won if her meehanie, llobert Baumheekel, hadn't overlooked a leak i11 the gasoline tank. Bernice Berger won, for Pauline 4i'haney's ear overturned. No damage was done, as the raver was a Ford, eonstrut-ted by The Ruth Ford Co.. and tlrerefore lIlllPHll'lll'fllbl0. ln a booth with a large sign "Poetry Penned XVhile You YVait," Pauline Srhroy, Iona Pena-e, and Louise Kramer did a thriving business. Miss Srhroys best works were sonnets, Miss Penn-e's free verse, while Page Fifty Miss Krainei-'s masterpiece was the delightful allegorical pastoral entitled "Ye Pleasant NVanderings in the Land of Dickens." A lllllllilllllf book- shop, across the aisle, sold books written and edited by Daytonians. The best sellers were, t'Autobiog1-aphy of a Cai-toonist," by llichard XVester- field, "Philosophical and Psychological Lectures of the. 20th t'entury" by Frances Lehman, t'M0de1-nized Translation of Vergils Aeneid" by Katherine Scott, "The Deba.ter's Helping Hand" by Herbert Kahn and the 'tEncyclopedia of Jokes" by Russel Brundige. Dorothy t'rew a11d Katherine -Iohnson, photographers, took many pictures of the exhibition. These were made lllfll post cards and sold in a. booth presided over by Marion Harvey and Margaret Haas, expert saleswomen. Jeanette Crew, the famous sculptress, Josephine Hastings, a sketch artist, and Ruth Kimball, a maker of pottery, offered their wares for exhibition and sale in a booth opposite the lemonade stand. This was very popular, as it was managed by liuth McPherson and Priscilla Miller, expert caterers. Eva Miller, ffharlotte Neidhamer, Nellie Liddil and Linwood Hoover, all very active missionary workers, constantly attended the exhibition in the hope of interestin.g some of the spectators in their work. They were aided i11 this noble task by the llev. David McCfrnnaughey and the great foreign missionary, Robert Corwin. They were not very successful, as everyone was using his money in betting on the great boxing match between 0-llie Klee and Jack Keefer. As neither Klee nor Keefer won, Lysle Butler, the referee, asked that since no one had either lost or won money in betting, they should donate the amount they had betted to the missionary cause. For this generous act the missionary workers gave hi1n a. vote of thanks. Some of the class of '21 were unable to attend. Pauline Doughty, New York Police Coininissioner, and her two best. policewomen sent their regrets. Charles Breisch, entangled i11 an old suit over a colt, could not come. Florence Bleek, chairman of the Needlework Guild of Hono- lulu, was not present, neither were her helpers, Catlierine Paul and Ruth Urr. It was rumored that Alyss Pnger, llozella Zehring and others were happily married. Still others were not located. The city commissioners gained so much popularity, however, during the exhibition, that thea' congratulated each other on their chances of re-election. The pencil stopped. "Please go on," I begged. It remained motion- less. I waited and waited without result. 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'x ', ' 'A ,- i'AuY v.-f4 .. . . nw :Af ' 1!'. mi- ' ' y -fl ' X N, ' ' fvffx '. "1 -.A-,'. -..- I . " 2. -I If "i 1.- V -' 1 ' ' '. 4 -1 . ,. , V g . 1 .- -., 1' A V 1 xx , o ' v I. ' -1 4. " '11 'U , 1 , . .:l.l'l'llfl'llf'n7 -'uh b A P rllunn' 'fl'ulllll? 'lm H V' :LJ I Farewell Song Words by PAULINE SCHROY Ilfzzsic by ELIZABETH STU ART I. For three years now we've troll the halls Of Steele, and learned to love Earh stone within her clear old walls, That tower all else ahove. The high ideals that she has taught Shall e'e1- our guide-star heg Through all the earth we'll Sing' her O'er Illtlllllfalll, plain, or sea. CHURVS. And now farewell to Steele so flear. ll'e'll love thee true anal long. lVhere'er we he, we'll honor thee I11 story anal in song. ll. lVe love the fl'l6llllS Steele's ll'l'Ullgllt lVe love her eolox-S, too, We'Ve tried to do the tasks she's set. The hest that we eonltl tlo. worth to us, XVe hohl within our heart of hearts. Her image and her name: lVhere'er we go, the world shall know Her glory and her fame. Cuoxars. Page Fifty-Four And now farewell to Steele so dear. lYe'll love thee true and long, hVll9l'0'l'l' we he, we'll honor thee In Story and in song. Who's Who in the Senior Class. HO is who in the Senior class? This inost. llllll01'l1ll1l question has puzzled lllillly of tl1e Seniors l'l1Q11lS6lVPS. Tl1ey lmye studied and fretted for the answer, hut all to no result. At length one p1-oniising person suggested that we have il contest, so that each Senior lnightl enter tl1e race i11 tl1e t'il1PilClfy for which he nnight think l1i111- self hest, fitted. Tlltlll llll'0B of tl1e hest friends of tl1e clzlss would he asked to act us judges. These would he Illlilglllilifltlll, SUIISU of lllllllUl', and fltllll- 111011 Sense, all of NVl1Olll were to 1ll'HllllS0 to give il fail' decision. This was no sooner said than done, und tl1e results follow: ln the list of tl1e lll0Sf intelligent were llltllly favorites, including George Owings, Pauline Doughty. Nellie Liddil, and June Ibilts. George was awarded tl1e decision hecuuse of his knowledge of the ill't of sleeping which is so little known to Stlllltl of us. That, of the lll0Sl7 coquettish was Zllltlillttl' diflicult decision. Natalie Larson, Ruth 3lt'PllP1'S011, -lane Blkililllll, Gweiidolynl XYeeks, Iiil.fll9l'lll9 Scott, and l,lilfll9l'lll9 Sllll91"lVt-'l't-' all close contestants. We thought that Gwendolyn would K'3.l'1'y tl1e Vote, hut we were n1ist:1ken. The judges decided i11 favor of petite fli11lllt'l'lll9. f'11teness was a1w:n'ded to Ray XYelsh. Basil Leever was il strong rival, hut it wus decided that he Nllllflllvl till l'llP place us well as Hay. Tl1e decision us to tl1e hest i11 tl1e art of 2ll'QlllllPl1f was ll112lllllllUllSly awarded to Ii0lil9l'i Knee. It is indeed 11, delight to hean' l1i111 argue. SOlllGll1119 just close your eyes and liste11 and you will think that the shade of tl1e departed Burke is right there hefore you. Modesty is llltlfltltl 21 line t'llill'2l1'l'Pl'lStlt', and tl1e choice was hard to make. Tl1is pet-11li:11'ity seeined to he 1ll0Sl1 Wllllllltlll aunong tl1e Seniors, owing to the large l1llll1llUl' who entered tlltl contest. ltohei-t Mct'o11- nuughey, Pauline Clnlney, Letha lVlllIl1lSO11, Shelby BllI'Q'll6l', R10ll9l'l' Foose, F'1'ances L6lllll2lll, and Dorothy lVll'CNY were alll populzu' riynls. The judges finally decided o11 l'll'il,llC'0S LHlllll2l,ll llt-'l'illlSP of llill' hahit of hlush- ing whenever she sees anyone looking in her di1-em-tion. Good nature was to he ilXVi1l'll0fl next and Betty F'0lQ'9l' and 3lill'gH.l'k'f Haltelnan were the closest of rivals for tl1is honor, when. Slllllltdlly Sense of Hllllltll' vanished and llllHg'lllilll1lI1 faded ilWil'V. of t'0ll1'SP it was inipossihle to go 011 witl1 the contest witI1 only 0119 judge so it had to he closed until these judges co11ld he secured again. If anyone liappeiis to find Illlzigination 01' to see Se11se of Pllllllfhl' i11 his YVill.ltl6l'l11gS through life, will you let 11s know ? 'We Slltllllll like to ilWt1l'1l flllt I'6lll2ll11lllg l10ll01'S to the most deserving in the class. M.x11Jo1c1E BICCLVER. '21 Page Fifty-Five Qw- W. DE ATH. ie? Mx .. 1 V ll - Alb- I -u,lv--nrfIlfU'V vm Film F unlmfl' 'lllllllf' I Teh I"-,lihfulk-lx... . Debates Instead of :Ill iiitoi'-svlnolastiv qlohato, suvh as was hm-hl with Short- riflgo last year, it was 4ll'l,'l4ll'4l that a 4lehata- shouhl ho glV1'll i11 the Stovlv Aiuliforiniii for tho hone-lit. of tho wholo svhool and that imlivialuals shouhl enter the Denisoniau Ui'ato1'i1-al Voutvst. 1,1'9ll1Illll2ll'l1'S wore holfl for tho gXll4llf.0l'llllll llbelraiav the lattfli' part. of April. l'll'UlIll the 4-oiltvstaills, liohvria Zoh1'i11g', Saul lah-asvly, -Tustin Coinptou, Rolwrii Blkf'1l11112lllg'llP"Y, Lyshl lilllltll' and l"l'illllillll Mv1'a11n were l'll0St'11 for tho All1llfIll'llllll mlohatv, with John Blovln-1' as altvriizm-. The question 1lvhz1teml was: llvsolve-cl, "'l'hat the l'llilippiiws shouhl ho giveu their IlllllllN'Il1lU1lL'4'.u 'Pho hoys V1'l',Y 1lilig'ontly lui-olvzlilwl thu-ir 2ll'glllllP11fS fo1'tl1o1l0hale whivh was helal in tho Auflitorium May 25. Four slwakors haw also lPH,'l1 vliosvn io l'PlH'PSt1llli tho vlass at The l'0llll1lE'l1CE'll1Pl1t oxen-ises. 'Flwy arc Louisv lil'illllHl'. l'll'2llll'PS llfllllllilll. Iloheirt ZE1l1l'lllQ' and llolwrt MM '0l1llilllglll"Y. Auotlwi' vvi1le11e'v of tho illtc-1-ost l2lli1'l1 in lnuhlic F-lwillilllg' was shown hy Steelm-is entrants into tho lll'l'llllll11ill'll'S for the liviiison 4ll'illHl'll'2ll Ponta-st. Rolwirt Zvhl-ing vhoso thc- "-lapalivso Qlll'Sfl0llN for flisvussion, Fraiic-es Llllllllilll spoke on a "Suitable Ili-wzml for our Iix-seiwivo Mon," :mil Roihe1't Mvf'o1111a11g'l1e,V on tho 'illllllllllbllli-' Sllllilliltlllfl All tlirw- volitestaluts mamlv very good sp:-w-lws. Rohm-rt M1'4'oi1111a11gl1ey was CllUS11ll to 1'Q1J1'E'SE'11f Moiltgoihery Volmiy at tho finals to ho hvhl at lieiiisou IYIllV91'Slty, Hraiivillv, Ohio. Xe-Xi ytlill' wo shall again alehatv Shortrinlgo lwro in llaytou in our owu A.llCllt01'll1lll. The hoys i11 tho pwsviit -iluuior 1-lass aw 2lll'L'iUl,V antivi- patiug au interesting ci-oiitest. Page Fifty-Seven ,, 1 . -,::?E.2 ?:J A Z - I , 5" ,g , . ,kr .15 - ,,,,--,iv , .5 -AVA I, t. I, ..,. . 15,2-:.,Ev.! ' 4' w J: 4 ' ' ' 5 1 r , NN K 1, " ww W' 'f i , " 5' "' i sm ff , w , ,. " if A :.1-,f, -. , .3 In:-f-4 . , J, -M, .- f' 45, , .f M If N nh '41, f-Q-1 :Y . . 1' ..::E: ww , in I A M . .' - fiyfr' Page F ifty-E ight .... . 'E-6 f ff, d 1 . ,. ..,.f,fif95K:.-A-1 1 ,wa Q 1-1, lla A mv , ..A.A, E, .ff .wu- 5 Q.--x w-x Lf my fi 4v5 mm? QQ: W . ,N 'E N nn 9,-F 3 s x :Ah I I e...,Pf wk., -' -. f:::z1xmp4. . g . s 32. rf , . ,rf ... A --4.-13, 5.5, 15-11525522572 L1 ws ,ny 1 ' -' ,... i fx its A WAI Page F ifzy-N ine X y, History of the Class of 1922 NYe, the Class of '22, took our great plunge from the grade sehool i11to high sehool, with all its newness and added responsilnilities, inueh as the sniall hoy who is thrown into a shallow pool for his lil-st swinuning lesson. Our iirst. pool wins l'arlcer lligla S4-hool. Ilere we were given a privi- lege whieh has not heen the good fortune ot' all l"i-eslnnen to enjoy. This privilege was to earry on a system ot' self-g4mvernnient. nnodeled after our owu eity government. As a good start for our high sehool eareer, we lllillllf a sueeess of this venture. Then, we were ready for a deeper stream with a. tugging current where only the iittest survives. The streani was Steele High School, and the eurreni was Greater llesponsihility. XVe were perinitted to piek suhjeets froni a nuniher of eourses. These were the college, general art. industrial. and eoininereial eourses. It required niueh thought to piek that eourse whieh would hest edueate us for our life's work. At the heginiiing of the Iii-st year a11 atitravtive re:-eption was given to us hy the -luniors. This Sophomore year was oeeupied, generally, in getting aequainted. XYe were aided in this hy the various en- joyahle entertainments given hy the linglish elasses. Most of our inein- bers were soon 1'l'lil'PSl'1l,iPll in some speeial aetivity. either drainatie, literary, soeial, athletie, or innsieal. Hur Junior year eoinineneed with a reeeption to the Sophoniores. The whole year has hee11 an aetive one for the ineinhers ot '22, Froin the tiine when we entered Steele, the Steele spirit has rooted itself deep into our hearts. NYe have tried to manifest it hy giving to Steele the hest that is in us. Hur seholarship is high. This was shown hy the twenty-one Junior names out ot' titty-six names on the nierit list. XYe have ehoseu exeeedingly eapahle oftieers to lead our elass. NYe justly elaini to have one of the he-st 1-lass organizations whieh has ever heen within the walls of Steele. Hur good fellowship and ahility to work to- gether were proven hy the iinniense sueeess of the "Junior Follies of 1921.2 lVe are more than proud to wear the rings and pins whieh are the einhleins of our class. XYe hope to make our Senior year niore pi-otitahle, if possible, than our Junior year. Hur ainhition is to niake "1SP22" the best class that ever was graduated froin Steele. Finally, we shall he ready to plunge into lite with its dittieulties to he faced and overeoine. May the Vlass of '22 pass through life with the saine sneeess whieh has inarked all its undertakings in Steele High School. Riirii Glilulilip, '22, Page Sixty-One l Page Sixty-Two mi' i "2 an I -. -um--urm'HJTU 'Ibm f"lM JI mlm ' 'lllllllf' HH "'-nmfufk-um.. Sophomore Class Only 21 short time algo we were F'l't'Sllllll'll, with the pride, the thoughts, and the hopes of Fl't'Sllllll41l. Now we are Sopboniores. Our Q,'l'0il.f tll'41iLlll has been realizwl. At last, we are ai part. of Steele. Although we were at lil-st solnewlialt looked down upon by the Juniors and Seniors, as they were very probably looked down upon when they were Sophoinores, we S0011 1n'ov414l that we 4-ould hol4l our own with the best of them. Many of the. 4:lzlss of '23 have, this year, distinguished themselves in their studies. They have done this not only for themselves, but also for their 4-lass and s4-hool. Let us not forget, in :1.4l4lition, that the work of the class as a. whole has been very good. Ill z1thleti4-s our 4-lass is eslu-4-iully strong, having many athletes of real ability. The Seniors, gi-z14l11a1ti11g this year, nee4l never fear that the fanie and glory which Steele has won for herself along this line will ever be lost.. Not only i11 athletics, but also in the various sol-ieties, is the 4-lass of '23 well 1'6f1P1'PSPlLl't"ll. The society work is ill very iniportunt part of the school a.4rtivities, :ind it is 011t'Hlll'ilQ'lllQ' to note the interest which the Sophonlores have taken in it. It IIUNV our privilege to carry forward the banner of the Red and Black, to live for it and to work for it. Steele tl43lllil.11tlS our best, and Steele will receive our best. The most of our history lies before us, the greatest work is yet. to be done. NVlm.t the future holds in store for the next two years, 11one can foretell. Nevertheless, be assured that the class of '23 will bring honor and glory to the school we love the best. ROBERT Yotfxo, '23 Page Sixty-Three f rux J n" v Q . , fi .152 H 1 ,QQJ is Y ., H' I' a-JA' ' lilaii I LIT EMT Y 'ai' I -'l -u.ll-.nufdujy I up -lull I JI rlllllllr 'lm I.T'lI.lAuL'll . The Stranger's Story at the Inn 'I' was some years sign," lwgilll the sti-zlnger, talking tu :1 gi-mlp ul' people at the little inn in the ll0l'Illl'l'll part uf England, "that I was il'ZlVt'llllQJf in the south nf.Xfl'i1':l. There were eight in our pai-ty. hesiiles the nntiyes wluun we tuuk zlluug. We went partly fm' explurai- tiun, zuul partly ful' hiulugieal spem-imens fur the British Museum. One of nur party was il, young man who venue fiwun smnewhere in this very region. Iluw he 1-:une tu he of the party, I ilu not now reineinlwr, fm- I was the lust tu join. It is suliieient tu know that he was young illlll zulyentui-uns auul gl-eatly interested in nur wm-k. We haul heeu several weeks on nur juni-ney. mul hall maule t-unsi4le1'- uhh- progress with our eulleetiuns. lYe were mining ever uezn-er the unexplui-ell region, when we 4-zunpeil une night un the hanks uf an almost unknuwu river. It haul never been explnreel inure than ai few miles alum- the site of um- present 4-annp, auul we were very llesiruus tu explm-e it further. It was, lunweyer, il ilzuigei-uns, ll2lZ2ll'llUllS llIltl9l'f2llilllQ'. It wus impussihle fur the whole party tu gn, mul the young man. John l'z1lmer, hy naum-, lillesl with 21. desire- to he the lirst tu explore the mysteries of the strezun, uttered tu Vtillllllilllll il small pau-ty for the purpose. Ile haul shown sul-h l't'lllill'liilllltJ mul-age mul skill all tln-nugh our journey. thzlt we 'lll1lQ'l'1l it wise lu :llluw him tu 4-mninzuul al. small expedition In ll-uyel tuwzuwls the suuree of the river. while the rest of nur party 1-elmlinell in ent-zuupment un its hunks until his return. lVe alluwell him two weeks for explm-atiml, thinking that it might not he wise fm' him tu all as tau' us the smuw-e, :uul that in ai week he 4-uulil gn as fan' :ls wuuhl he llt'l'I'SNlll',Y. 'l'he evening hefure his 4le1ml'tu1-e, he I-:une to my tent, zuul tzllkell lu me fm- il lung time. I haul taken quite ai liking to him. auul I think he likl-ul nu- in return. NYe tzilkeal mul-h uf home. as men ilu when they ure iu llistzlnt l2lll4lS. lf!el'm'e he left, he gave me il guhl wzitvh that he haul heen t'2ll'l"VlllQ' with him. tulml me tn keep it fm' him until his return, illlll if illlyllllllg shuulll lnlppen, tn elulezlym- In return it tn his fzitlulr. 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'1'11111'11 11111y 11111111111 11111 wi111 g1'11111 K'll1'l', 111111 ilftl-'I' Illillly, 111Hlly w11111cs I 11111-11V111'1111. 1Y111111 NY1' 11Ilil11y 1111111-111111 11111 1-1111s1. y1111 1121111 H11'P2111j' 11111 fm' El1Q12lI111. s11 I j1'1i111111 1111111111111 11El1'1j', 111111 1'Pt11l'l1f'll 111 11111 i111111'i111'. I 1111y11 11111111 111 1CllQ1illl11 1111w 11111y 1w11 1ll11Ilt1lS. 1 h11y1- 1111v111' 1-1111s1111 w1'11111111-ing 111111111 y1111 111111 1111' 1'11s1 11f 11111' l12l1'1.Y, 211141 i1 is 111111 111: 11111 112111111051 11y11111s 111 Illj' 1if11 111 s1111 y1111 1l1:11il1." I,111'1s11 I111,1A111111. 121. Y Q Page Sixty-Sewu 'U , I . . -u.lv-furmfllf . lm Aqlll I f A F lnlllllr 'IITflll5' f I " I'--.uflfl--1..-. My Book Friends S I drew the window curtains, I decided our library was the nicest place in the world. Outside a few belated people hurried home- ward. The rain pattered ceaselessly against the panes and the bare arms of the trees rattled with every fresh gust of wind. I poked the fire into a bright blaze. then settled for a quiet. and comfortable evening. thinking of the lines: "Some still removed place will lit, XYhere glowing embers through the room, Teach light to counterfeit a gloom." Of course I would 1'ead something: That part of the room where my books are kept was mysteriously dark, but I knew where each favorite stood 011 its shelf and could easily find what I wanted. XVhile I was trying.: to decide whether I would rather go to King Arthur's Court or to Treasure Island with -Iim Hawkins, I suddenly saw coming toward me from the shadows, an unmistakable iigure-it was that of Little Boy Blue. I stared with amazement and delight. I asked him a question but he only pointed behind him, blew his toy horn and was gone. Then I saw that he was the first of a long lille of people, coming from the direction of the bookshelves. There was Alice in IVonderland, who looked just as I had always known she must, with her golden curls Zllld pink dress. Several other children danced straight down from my tattered nursery rhyme hook. Jack, tl1e Giant. Killer, with his golden hen under his arm, gave 1119 one of the magic beans as he passed. There was a bluish-green light. and the Genie of Aladdin's Lamp came forward. He faded away before I could ask him the way to the treasure garden. He was followed by four "Little NVomen, lady-like Amy, Jo, with her rebellious hair, Meg and little Beth. They were chattering gaily about Laurie. I heard someone say, "I never shall forget Mr. Micawher" and the inimitable Mrs. Micawber came past, leaning on the arm of her depen- dable spouse who had just iinished the words. "Something will surely Page Sixty-Eight turn up." They were followed by several other Dickens characters,- Sarah Ganip, with her bottle of gin for elnergenry, Squeers in his suit of scholastic black, and Old Peggoty leading that dear child, David Copperfield. Peggoty was laughing so hard over something, that one of the buttons popped right off her broad hack into my lap. A inelaueholy figure glided past. hut he c'ouldn't fool nie. I knew hiin-he was Sidney Carton. There was tl1e glint of tirelight on silver inail-then. ranie Sir Parsifal, the Pure, with some holy vision in his eyes. Behind him with slow, graceful rarriage walked Elaine, the Lily Maid of Astolot. She was lovelier than I had ever imagined any person 1-ould he She carried pressed to her hoso-ni, a silken, embroidered cover for a shield. VIOLHT Euxs, '21. The Maple Tree Little red leaves on yon wee maple tree Oh, danc-e with the joyous young breeze! Youth of the forest lIltf2ll'IlH.f6' art thou Frolicking 'neath the old trees. Against the black trunks of the oak and the elm, How brightly your gay garments shine! How willing the sunshine I'H1'9SSll1g eaeh leaf Thus duty and fun to Combine. Uh, laugh, little maple, i11 sunshine and wind! The rain soon will fall, wet and cold. Frolie in gladness while youth is thine own, For you must be staid when you're old. PAULINE SCHROY, '21. Page Sixty-Nine A I r ao 7127 kg fm 451 v 1 fx 'Z '1 L5 -QQ? T' X - 12 "?qgQ9F J ggisk WYE? 1 119110-we 11-f 11 1: 11-4511 '1 gg! 'xx 11.1 PM ,Yami nhlkfin 1 emliwi Ll? WWW D16 une 0.4, 1-1 Q 51111 fo. vw M 14 118111111 fl . 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