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We haxe stluffgled thlough a en1o1 year as
all p1eced1ng Steele g1aduat1ng classes have
We haye felt the arne co'n1adesh1p the same
loy altv the same hopes the same Joys that
come w1th wo1k1ng together 1n the last year of
classyx ork that many of us will ey 91 exper1ence
Due to a shortage of funds yxe nexe1 kneyy
when a vacatlon might start Ol end The
facultv themselyes handicapped by a short
ened school year coopelated with the student
the t1me and energy fleely gnen to help us
cover the courses 1n the shortened time
These hand1caps haxe dew eloped our ex
perience and character Increased research
and 1nd1v1dual work out of school has made
us more capable of fitting 1nto the hect1c bUS1
ness world of today As we now approach
graduatlon we feel that we haue truly earned
the dlploma so soon to be given us and all the
accompanymg honors Our days at Steele have
been full 1n every sense of the word
Never again will this golden t1me come
back to us except IH memory Every year our
lxves w1ll become more compl1cated Next
year some of us will go to mstltutes of h1gher
learnmg We are well prepared to adapt our
selves to a new system of education Many 33
students w1ll by choice or necess1ty help to
support their fam1l1es A thlrd group unable
to do elther would be wlse 1n returmng for a
post graduate course A practlclng mlnd IS al
ways keener than a sleeping one We look for
yyald to makmg oul names ID th1s xx o1ld f0l
If we cm but do in the future
What lccent Steele graduates have donc
Then we shall be tluly mature
Our laurels our re yards falrly won
John Kany 33
At this p611Od ln OUI l1fe It IS most befittxng
that we SQHIOFS pause a moment and con
template the long 103d of l1fe that stretches be
fo1e us We have completed fou1 yea1s in high
school and are now able to determlne what
forces have operated to make th1s COUI se elther
a source of pleasure and much value 01 a
cause of drudgery and pa1t1al fa1lu1e Con
s1der1nG these we choose our way to success
The paths now open to us resolve themsely es
generally lHtO those termmatmg ln busxness
and professlon Busmess w1ll undoubtedly
h1re many and those who w1ll follow 1ts lead
will find themselves benefitted by the hab1t
of persxstent organ1zed work acqu1red here
at Stee e
The path towards a profess1on entaxls more
school work and more d1l1gent study Those
who have found great enjoyment 1n the1r
classes and have fulfilled the1r requxred as
s1gnments w1th energetlc zeal w1ll naturally
find their pleasure along th1s line They xx 1ll
look back with gratltude upon the much
needed hlnts and suffgesnons the learnlng and
knowledge passed to them by their helpful
teachers They will find that the1r attendance
and associations at Steele w1ll open the doors
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and the advantages of college to them They
will find that the precedent et by the former
students of this school yv1ll make them welcome
We must not linger too long Thcrc are
cthers waiting to fill the places we are about
to leave The yvorld has room only for those
who are eyer strlylng forward so yve must
choose our course and moye swlftlv on towards
the yvork of serylce for which our life ID Steele
has prepared us
Sylyla HU1NN1fZ .J
THE SENIORS GOAL
A goal is defined as being the final purpose
end or aim a bound which must be passed
through to score I like to thlnk of lt as some
thing which cannot be reached until eyery
effort of mmd and body has been put forth to
attain It And yet I wouldnt have it lntan
glble nor so high that it would cause dis
When one gets to be a senior one usually has
at least a fair ldea of where he would like to
serye he has sifted the var1ous professions and
has chosen at least tentatiyely what he would
The widely diyergent courses opened to us
haye giyen us opportunity of y1ew1ng the p1 ac
tcal and art1st1c professlons of llfe We hayc
had the priyilege of electing subjects suitable
to our individual tastes Now we are looking
forward to a practical way of fulfilling our
There are certain traits which wc haye cnc
quired as we haye trayeled toward oui goal
These are the characteristics of kindness a
sense of sharing and a loye for fellow workers
This high idealism IS traditional of Steele We
haye learned it by being a part of it With
these ldeals before us we shall striye for
frlendly assoclatlon Vlth others and an attl
tude of helpfulness and persey erance w hatey er
our goal may be
Mary Morrissett 33
THE OPEN ROAD AHEAD
Beyond the threshold of the school lies the
open road It is a road full of hard knocks ex
perience and happiness Soon we as Seniors
w1ll Join the madding crowd upon this pathway
Today we are bustllng hurrying here and
there working to termlnate our twelve years
spent ID a hard grind We realize that the
timc has finally arriy ed when we shall receive
our just compensation for our anxieties our
burdens as school youths We shall receive 1
small pie e of paper called a diploma Twelve
years we haye worked to get lt It IS the em
blem of our achiey ement
xxrlth all the anticlpatlons of the graduate
we reach Commencement Day
comes a reality to us We seem to grow up
in our last hours of hlgh school life A lump
arises in our throat and a tear in our eye Oh
yes we w1ll deny it Funny, isnt it but we
hate to admit the truth It must be human
nature to say loudly Well thats over
Then life be
After the curtain falls upon the many playcrs
on the stage we part never to meet as a unified
body We shall follow the paths of our pro
pensities Some are fortunate in seek1ng the
road of higher education others through ne
cessity or desire yylll enter the commercial
world ln our group we may haye '1 future
plesldent a great business executlye a gemus
ln the arts an Edison We represent a con
glomeratxon of success and failure sorrow and
happiness VVe w1ll move in the midst of the
thronged populace looking forward This is
ou future this IS the open road ahead
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CHARLES BRENNAN RICHARD CLARK
CHARLES BILLINGS ANNA CONOVEP
HELEN BANKER ALBERTA CRIDER
ELAINE BRAMSON VIRGINIA CROWELL
LEONA BERGER FRANCES CONRAD
MARY DuBOIS ROBERT DIXON
MARABELLE DICKEY HAROLD DAWSON
THOMAS DRUMMOND HELEN DILL
ARLINE DEMMLER ALBERTA DUBES
RALPH DENLINGER HARRY DORE
EMMA DECKER MARK DAY
TOM DARBY CLAUDE CARR
JEANNE EDMON GALES CRAIG
RENEA LEAKAS DONALD CASELDINE
CAROLINE EAYRS ALICE COHEN
RICHARD EVANS WILLIAM CAMPBELL
HAROLD EGGENSCHWILLER MIRIAM COHEN
KATHRYN CASTELLA CHARLES BUNGER
VERNA CHAPMAN ROBERT BLOOM
LENA CANTOR NORMAN BLOCK
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ELIZABETH DIERMILLER ANNA BUVINGER
CHAPLES DISSIINGER LUCILLE BURGER
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DOIN BECKER RICHARD FOX
MARY ELLEN BAER LOUISE FINLEY
PAUL COLE SANFORD FRANK
ROBERT CLAYTON JANE FARXS
REBA COX HOWARD FENWICK
KATHERINE GEORGE RUTHELLA STRAII'
PAUL GRAY DOROTHY HULL
JOHN GUNTHER CELIA HAYNES
ROBERT GRILLS SYLVIA HURWIT"
VIOLA GILL GERTRUDE HURWITZ
DOROTHY GALLAGHER RICHARD HENRY
ROBERT HAVERSTICK SELMA HERSCH
MARY ELLEN HOOVER MARYANNE HARSHMAN
FRED HEINTZ PAULINE HATFIELD
MILDRED HUGHES ROY HOFFMAN
ROBERT HARPER DOROTHY HALL
DOROTHY HILLMAN GLADYS HOWE
RITA HEFFERMAN GENE BAKER
JENNANIE HESSEY VIRGINIA REIFF
JOHN HOELSCHER VIRGINIA WILKINS
CORRINE IMHOFF DON HERRMAN
ANN INGBERG MARTHA RODGERS
PAUL IAMS WILLIAM ROHRER
FOSTER FRYMAN JOSEPHINE GIBBS
NEIL FRANK ADESSA GORNALL
KATHRYN FINF ROCK BERTIE GRISSO
RICHARD GRESS DOROTHY GERSE
JOHN GRAHAM JANICE GREENE
EVELYN FREY BETTY GUILFORD
JACK KERN REES JAMISON
JOHN KNIERIM GEORGE KRAMER
MARVIN KOERNER JOHN KANY
EVELYN KUHNS CHARLES KISECKER
SARAH KEATOR HELEN KENON
EMILY LEONARD KATHRYN KERSHNER
JAMES LOVE MARTHA LINN
MIRIAM LESHER ROBERT LEEDY
DON LYONS THEODORE LAUSE
HOWARD LEVINE ELEANOR TULLIS
SARAH LIEBERMAN CLARA MOFFAT
ELSIE LIEBERMAN MILTON LEVINSON
DNA JENNINGS MILDRED KOVERMAN
MAUNDA JACKDONI JULIUS KOPP
HARRIS JONTFS HARRY KALBFLEISCH
EDITH JASKULUR MARY KUSSMAN
WILLIANI JOLLEE ANNE KOZEN
PHYLLIS JAMES JACK KISSINGER
ALBERT HUF FMAN ANNETTE LEVY
MARY HARNER ROBERT LAYFORD
FREDERICK HULL LEONA LEACH
EVELYN HOLLMAN DOROTHY LANGHORST
LOUISE I AMM EVA LOHNES
PAUL HOELSHER SANFORD LEBENSBURGER
ALFRED MENDENHALL LUCILLE MATEJORSKY
BETTY MARQUARDT ETHEL MILLER
SONAH McMURRAY MARY MEIXNER
pm-H MUELLER ROBERT MCCONNAUGHEY
CORA MOORE LEONARD MEDFORD
LOUISE MCFARLAND RUTH MATUSOFF
CLARA MULTHUP IRVING T1ORRISSE'IT
MARY MORRISSETT KENNETH 'VIYERS
LOIS MITCHELL HENRY MILLER
CHARLES MUDGE MARLENE MOWATT
HARRIET MORRIS CHARLES MURRAY
ROSELLA MYERS THOMAS MEREDITH
SUE MCCLELLAN MARGUERITE PENN
DOROTHY MOSROW RUTH PLUCK
IRENE MAAG LOIS PENFIELD
JOE NIGH MARJORIE PITCHER
MARCELLA INEIBERT IWADGE PENNH
DOROTHY NOGGLE GWENDOLYN PUNCHESS
ROSE ROTHBERG HARRY PATTON
SARAH ROTHBERG MARGARET PAULL
ISOBEL RAUH REBA RICHESON
ESTHER RIGG LUCILLE RATLIFF'
ROBBY ROBINS VIRGINIA RIGC'
RUTH ROTH FLORENCE POTTER
DOROTHY ROE ROBERT SHEELEP
CAROL RITTER MIRIAM SPEICE
ANGELA ROSS DOROTHY SPONSEL
ELLA REAMS MELBA STAMPER
CHARLOTTE RYAN FLORENCE SHAPERO
WILLIAM REEVES RUTH SEMMELMAN
RICHARD SCHIERLOH AUGUSTA STROBACH
MARY JANE SHUTZ WILBUR STINSON
GENEVIEVE SHUSTER THERESA STROBACH
ROBERT SHIVELY STEVE STEFFENS
DAVID SHELTON LESLIE ST PIERRE
SARAH SCHUYLER MARJORIE STEINLIE
DAX ID SMELKER RUTH ROWE
OCTAVIA SMITH ROBERT ROTHAR
DOROTHY SCHLEMAN MILDRED RECHER
MARJORY THAYER WILMA ROWLAND
ROBERT THAYER RUTH ROUTZOHN
CARLETON THOMAS EVELYN SCHNEIDER
RUTH SULLIVAN BETTY THOMPSON
VIVIAN SULLIVAN MARY THUMB
MARY SNAPP MARY TINGLE
WILLIAM SMITH GLENNA TOLLE
JAMES SMITH EMERSON ULLRICH
PAUL SULLIVAN KENNETH THIELE
DENNIS WILSON MARGARET VAN NOTE
ELEANOR WISE CATHERINE VITALE
ALMA WOOD LESTER WALDSMITH
BETTY WOOD JACK WALLEY
HUGH WOOD LAWRENCE WARDLOW
M ABEL WILLIAMS PHILIP VANDEMAN
EDWARD WARWICK GWENDOLYN WESLER
JUANITA WATSON JAMES WHEELER
JANET WEBER HILBERT WHITEMAN
HAMILTON WEBSTER MARIE WHITE
HUGH WEHRLY NELLIE WILDERN
LEONARD WELLS THELMA WILKINS
GLADYS ESLOW ALFRED GALLE
RICHARD FITZWATER ROBERT GLANDER
MARGARET FOX ASHER GORDON
GERALDINE FRANK SARAH GLOSSINGER
PHYLLIS FRISTOE CAROL GOODNAUGH
EVERETT FURNACE FRANK GRUBER
MARY GEMIN DORTHA BEHRENHALSEN
CHALMERS HIXON DOROTHY BALGER
LYDIA HUNTER NANCY JANE BYRNE
CHARLES HADLEY HELEN BOYER
ROBERT HARROP HELEN BEARD
ALFRED GALLOWAY MARJORIE BERNER
HARRY WOODBURN SUE NAUMAN
WILLIAM WOODS CATHERINE OVERHOLSER
MARY YOUNT MARY OBRIEN
EDNA ZELLER DOROTHY PICKREL
ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN RAY PAUL
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For one and all yacatlon s o er
As back we go to school once mole
The sound of XOILLS cllnk of gold
P1 oclalm that books ale belng sold
The Steele and K1ser footblll glme
B1 mgs added glory to our name
Oul senlor classmen meet today
Thell plans fO1 future wolk to lay
It adds mole gloly to oul name
For Steele another gala day
Her vlctory ln the Roo eyelt fl ay
Agaln the senlors get together
To talk of how md why and w hethel
Today the senlol class electlon
Is carrled out qulte to perfectlon
Steele Llma students fill the
Whlle to Columous go the teachcls
Assembly day agam for us
And not one pupll makes a fuss
A meetlng for the school tax leyy
Brlngs all the students ln a bevy
The O ikw ood and Steele footb 1ll
Once mole brlngs glory to our n lme
Today IS held a practlce assembly
KA l1ne to rhyme IS qulte beyond
We go to lssembly once mole
To honol the close of the Willld W ll
Another assembly IS held today
To heal what the athletes haxe to
A pep assembly lt lb by name
To prepale fOI the Steele St1xe1s
And now at last the gala day
Steele loses to Stu GIS 1n the fray
Thls exenmg the alumnl dance
Is held and how tho e gl aduates
The Turkey Strut IS held today
1th dancers llght 1nd muslc gay
None can call us Steelltes greedy
Tod xy we pledge l baskets f0I the
Steeles seasons first blg basketball
Was played w1th Norwood Hlgh
And how each lusty voice dld ring
Hurray Today vacatlon starts
And hollday cheer fills all our hearts
We return agaln to school and books
Wlth vely few elated looks
Tonlght each collseum eat
Is filled 1n honor of the meet
Today we choose the Spotlight staff
To glxe us llterature and laugh
A basketball game by the glrls
Some boylsh bobbed and some wlth
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ls an mter school dance so gay
Its Washlngtons blrthday now and
To school we do not have to go
The Soph dance now enllvens qulte
AHtJtl1LI welcome Fllday nlght
And now w1th IIIU 11 lmpresslve
We honor the students most D10
And now we cheer w1th xlm SLI!
The senlol play s cley er adyel t1s1nU
And st1ll another gala day
The g1XlI1g of the senlor play
Today the state scholarshlp test
Wlll pIOX9 whos actually the best
It leallx thlllled our splnal colds
To choose our gowns and moltal
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Another Social Sclence dance
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And now to hexghts of oratory
The en1ors soared to wm fresh glory
Thls ex emng t1ll an hour quxte late
The Agoras all dld congregate
The t1me has come to ralse our VOICES
As every graduate reJo1ces
The Spur dance brmgs a hvely
To dance and dance the evenlng long
Eccrltean dance was held th1S nlght
Mld muslc gay and faces brlght
And now Steele Servlce holds 1ts
As each glrl s pul e IS far from
FAREWELL T0 STEELE
tTo the tune of Auld Lang Syney
To you oh Steele we owe our thanks
For all the Joys we ve known
SIDCQ comlng here and IH your ranks
Made your affalrs our own
Though now we ve reached the end at last
Of all our h1gh school days
Well bld farewell to all the past
And go our d1fTerent ways
Should auld acqualntance be forgot
And never brought to m1nd"
Should auld acqualntance be forgot
And auld lang syne
For auld lang sy ne my dear
For auld lang syne
We ll take a cup o kxndness yet
Fox auld lang syne
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ay e Wa S IS 6 Umor ay QWxth apolog1es to Robert Burnsj
WhlCh now IS gxven on th1s day
Is for the graduates our class day
Baccalaureate th1s Sunday nlght
Is for the graduate a solemn rlte
Thls our farewell IS next to last
Before our h1gh school days are past
And crowmng all th1s final date
Is that on whlch we graduate
leave behlnd them
We ll say Schools out just to re
Robby Robms 33
A small blrd w1th 1r1descent w1ngs
Slngs 1n a golden bower and brlngs
A melody of love
A purple l1lac blooms so gay
Tells the world that lt IS May
And Joyfully sways to and fro
The plum the apple the cherry tree
Are dressed 1n wh1te and p1nk and glorlously
They ha1l the Sprlng
Annette Levy 33
I know a land where leaves are green
On all the trees
Where now today the flowers are gay
And noddlng 1n the breeze
Where soft the smell of splces floats
And blrds are wh1stl1ng pleasant notes
In my heart there slngs a blrd
And flowers are falr
Because I know where blossoms blow
And Oh my heart IS there
And there the happy branches brlng
A hope more wonderful than spr1ng
Exquxslte and delxcate
Falr L1ly of the Valley
Annette Levy 33
How do I know that sprmg has come
Why from the birds and bees that hum
How do I know the sky s new blue"
Long hours Ive gazed at 1ts wondrous hue
And It comes to me from the bells that rlng
They clang from the old chapel tower
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I the Strolllng Reporter takmg
were the proverb1al postmans hollday sat
cann1ng the front page of Ed1tor Jack Walley s
Da1ly Bugle As I planted my feet more
firmly upon the desk top and pushed my last
years fedora at a rak1sh angle I per usual
turned proudly to page three bottom of column
9 to the none too promlnent dally feature
The Whole Town s Talklng by the Stroll1ng
Reporter A feelmg of satlsfactlon filled my
belng as I gazed upon the result of my days
efforts Especlally d1d I llke the ldea each day
of presentlng to some promxnent c1t1zen of
the communxty a potted pansy ln honor of h1s
creatne contrlbutxons to the populace Today s
cho1ce I noted w1th mterest was none other
than that wellknowxn figure Henry lVI1ller
composer of that charmmg dltty entxtled
Sweets for the Sweet
Speaklng of sweets I notlced that that
swanky Dorxs Swlsher held the formal openmg
recently of her Sweete Shoppe whlch xs lo
cated 1n John Graham s magmficent chromlum
plated skyscraper Across from the ultra
modern candy shoppe are the offices of Sulhvan
8: Semmelman lawyers The latter two by
the way were among the few women to pass
the state bar exammatlon
Quite the most xmpresslve ady ertlsement ln
the advert1s1ng sectlon was that of the Shelton
Department Store In that establlshment may
be found workmg such charmmg young ladxes
as Phvll1s James Dorothy Noggle and Sonah
McMurray MISS James has charge of the
lHd16Sl ready to wear, MISS Noggle IS secretary
to the presldent and Mlss McMurray IS per
sonnel d1rector On the same page w1th th1s
1mpos1ng advertlsement appeared the Sffllllllg
countenance of Ruthella Stralt advertlsmg Ker
ner's ' Scent o' Sprmgtlme Soap'
The Jamlson Helnz Sportmg Goods Store
also had a most unusual adyert1sement, for
what should meet my eye but the plcture of
Jack KlSSlHg8f att1red 1n flashy plald golf
kn1ckers a st1ll flashler sweater about to
swlng a speclal J H Golf Club Bes1de him
was Vlola Glll 1n a smart tenn1s outfit about
to serve w1th a speclal S1 98 J H racket
Then 1dly turnlng to the socrety page edlted
by my co worker Katherxne Overholser th
first thmg to meet my eye was an account of
a dance glven recently by the Wood School for
Select Young Ladles The chaperones were
members of the faculty xncludmg Hugh Wood
Presldent Mlss Katherlne Flnfrock Dean
W1lbur Stmson professor of Economlcs Mlss
Betty Marquardt teacher of Etlquette Dlck
Bueker professor of MOderDlSt1C Hlstory MISS
Ehzabeth Z1mmerman gym teacher and John
Kany Chemlstry professor Wlth h1s asslstan
Charle Federle The student hostesses were
M1ss Dorothy Pxckrel and MISS Madge Penny
Farther down the ocrety column was a
small ltem tell1ng of a fashlonable luncheon
brldge gn en by Mlss Rlta Hefferman 1n honol
of her guest Dorothy Schleman well known
author of that best seller Scxentlfic Explora
t1ons 1nto the Realms of the Unknown Those
attendmg the afifalr mcluded the MISSGS Ella
Reams Sarah Glossmger Beulah Plckett and
lVIarguer1te Penn Durmg the course of the
afternoon the guests were enterta1ned by the
famous ly rlc soprano Sarah Keator ccom
panled at the plano by Don Becker
Last, but far from least, I turned to page 12.
there to read. w1th enthuslasm. the column
xxh1ch has proved to be the solace for many
love lorn souls "The Port of Broken Hearts,
edlted by M1r1am Spelce What was my sur
prlse to find a heart rendmg letter s1gned "R
Pluck " and another. even more heart rend
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proxe helpful to them'
At th1s po1nt I was rudely lnterrupted by our
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forming me that the boss had left orders for
me to cover the fashlonable benefit to be given
that evening at the palatial home of Senator
and Mrs Hamilton Webster the latter being
the former Nancy Jane Byrne
Having just enough time to hurry to my
hotel and don my soup and fish I hurried to
the elex ator foperated by none other than Wil
11am Woodsj dashed out of the building hailed
a taxi and was just about to step 1nto it when
I barely missed being knocked down by the
town car of Mayor Irving Morrissett Seated
ln the back lorgnette 1n hand Isp1ed his secre
tary Josephine Gibbs Upon observation 1
found the chauffeur to be Bob Glander
Having safely reached my cab I gave my
address to the driver who turned out to be
none other than James Wagner and we sped
dovxn the Avenue Dusk was falling and the
hundreds of illuminated slgns flashed on and
off revealing many familiar names The first
to catch my eye was that of those well known
entertainers Anita Boyer and Weldon Holy
1onable night club of Dlxon Dixon and Dlott
On the same bill with them were to appear
the famous Boss well trio Mar1ory Steinle
Edna Zeller and Mary Catherlne Yount Clay
tons Don Juans featuring Larry Wardlow
Harold Eggensweiler Dick Fox Hugh Wherlx
and Crooner Unger Loves gift to the ladles
vsere to furnish the muslc for the evening
Entering S ex en Steffens and Pe e D1C1cco
Spaghetti Parlor was a hilarious group of
people among whom I sp1ed Marie White and
Joe Nlgh Al Galle and Janice Green Betty
Thompson and Al Huffman Fred Hull and
The next familiar name to meet my eye was
that of the Baker Brothers Gene and Bob
whose smart beauty salon has become the fav
Orlte of such prominent young ladies as Bertie
Grisso Ruth Routzong and Evelyn Snyder
No doubt the head manlcurist Paul Hoelsher is
partially responsible for the popularity of the
Elaine Bramson s Mod1ste Shoppe next door
to the Hadley Haberdashery seemed to be
quite the smart place for debutantes to buy
their frocks For what sweet young thing
wouldnt adore a gown modeled by Virginia
Reif or Margaret Van Note"
On the dizzy heights of The Copper Hotel
iiickered the br1ll1ant sign illustrating the J olly
Ironing Board Wlth ltS well known slogan
Will not wiggle wobble Jiggle Joggle slip or
slide As this hotel was my destmation I paid
the drlver and noddlng to the gaudily uni
formed doorman who by the way I found to
be none other than Tunney Fisher I hurried
to my room As I passed through the lobby
I saw Paul Iams and Nellle Wlldern The latter
was quite bewitching m a daring A Crlder
creation Just then a br1ll1antly colored White
man poster caught my eye announcing the ap
proaching lecture to be given by that soldiei of
fortune Robert Shlvely who w1th his two
companions Preston Baker and Kenneth
Myers had just returned from the depths of
Darkest Africa where Kenneth alone had
bagged three elephants
Approaching my room I spied a group or
women all wearing W C T U badges
bustling down the corridor They were deeply
by their president Miss Lo1s Mitchell whose
most ardent supporters were Virginia Crowl
Anlta Austin Velma Arthur and Catherine
Upon entering my room I per usual turned
on my radio immediately To my ears came
I thought might
n I wa not
other than that
of Maribelle Dicky Then I was interrupted
while singing ln the shower by the voice of the
popular sports reporter Bob Galloway xx ose
outstanding news that night was the thrilling
account of the wrestlmg match between those
two brawny men of iron Bill Smith and Ashe
Gordon The outcome of the bout was most
unusual At the conclusion of the match both
were found to be dead to the world which
fact necessitated their being dragged off amid
boos and Jeers by their respective trainers
Lester Waldsmlth and Carlton Thomas Not
least among the booers was the slmky siren of
the cinema Bertha Ablon whose escort proved
to be her director Bob Bloom Bob terminated
his talk with a rousing description of the race
across the English Channel between Sara
a mellow voice which at first
belong to Kate Smith but
fooled for long it was none
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Schuylers swrmmmg team whxch mcluded
Odessa Gornall Irene Povlovets Melba
Stamper and Dorothy Hull and that of Wllma
Roland The latters team was composed of
Evelyn Holman Susan Nauman and Sarah
Followmg the sport flash came the program
of the L1ghter Than A1r Dancmg Academy
conducted by Ruth Flnke and Charles Mudge
asslsted by John Hoelsher James Love and
Carohne Eayrs Mary Bundy s rev1ew by Dr
Jullus Kopps late t book Chlld Care and
Feedmg followed the danclng academy pro
gram When the soothmg volce of Announcer
Ne1l Frank came over the ether waves I
swltched off the rad1o and grabb1ng my topper
I hurrxed to the wa1t1ng cab wh1ch whlrled me
away to the Webster manslon
Upon my arrlval a dlgmfied butler whom I
dlscovered to be Everett Furnas took my over
coat and hat and leadmg me to the spac1ous
ballroom left me to my own devlces After
hay 1ng been greeted by the pompous Senator
Webster and hxs charmlng W1fE lookmg about
the room I spled MISS Mary MOfF1SS9tt who I
learned was sa1l1ng the follow1ng week for
the Far East where she would conduct a
m1ss1on for the heathen W1th Harry Kalb
flelsch and orchestra furn1sh1ng the mus1c the
first part of the even1ng passed quxckly I
danced wlth many charmmg young ladxes
among whom were Robby Robxns Hazel
Appelton Eleanor Tullls and Genevelve
An attractlon of the evenmg was Jennalre
Hes ey sololst wrth the orchestra who I
not1ced got many adm1r1ng glance from B1ll
Campbell and Mark Dav as well as from th
rest of the males 1n attendance
Among the late arrlvals were Alma Wood
and Bob Rothaar Ruth Mueller and Foster
Fry man and Louxse Flnley escorted by John
Gunther I not1ced that I was not the only
stag for Claude Carr Frank Gruber Donald
Gross and Bob Leedy w ere all w1thout a lady
fa1r although Bob seemed qu1te sm1tten wxth
the charms of Martha L1nn
Sex eral of the guests had recently returned
from an extensne tr1p through Europe Among
them were M1r1am Lesher and LOUISE McFar
land both correspondents for the New York
World Mary Tlngle and Glenna Tolle Rose and
Sarah Rothberg students at a school of muslc
1n Berlm ln company w1th Mlrlam and
Al1ce Cohen had returned for a short v1s1t
Ob1ect of much attentlon was Lena Cantor
who had recently xnherlted some of the Eddle
Cantor m1ll1ons It had been dlscovered that she
was a close relat1ve of the famous comedlan
Accompanymg her were Robert Haverstxck
and Rlchard Fltzwater the latter bemg yVltl'l
The next acquamtance I met was none
other than the famous Jack Kern h
orlgmator of the Contaglous Charm Cor
respondence School w1th h1s able ass1stants
Wllllam Astbury and Edwm Beagler
It lnterested me to note that the refreshments
of the evenmg were furnlshed by the Busy
Bee Baklng Company owned and operated by
Katherme Baber Helen Banker Dorothy Bal
ger and Dorothea Behrenhausen and th
drmks were furnlshed by the Pltcher Penfield
Preston and Punchuss Pop Company
Many notables were seated near me at the
mam table among them that attractxve Secre
was conversmg constantly wxth the versat1le
Kenneth Thlele who entranced the puplls of
h1s K1ndergarten for T1ny Tots by h1S playmg
of Beethoven and Brahms M1ss Browns es
cort was none other than Jlm Eustath Secre
tary of Labor
Hollywood was well repre ented by Dotty
H1llman Emxly Leonard Corrxne Imhoff and
Janet Weber all s1rens of the first class The
male element of Hollywood was represented
by DaVld Smelker tour Lew Ayersj and Ted
Lause four Clark Gablej Very much 1n eu
dence was the famous comedy team of How ald
Leyme and Charles Bunger four own Laurel
and Hardyj The legltxmate stage was well
represented by Don Lyons and Verna Chap
man four Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fonta n l
and Ethel M1ller Catherlne Cornell s successo
At the far end of the table there seemed to
be qulte a heated argument between those two
well known bank presldents Donald D Heu
man and Robert A Harper But thelr loud
exclamat1ons were almost drowned out by the
1ncessant chatter of Betty Wood who c
compan1ed by J1m L v1ngston wa pracncally
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course of the evenmg thrllled the guests w1th
thexr mterpretatlon of the Spamsh rumba
Betty Guxlford and Norman Block completed
the r party
The clxmax of the evenlng was the large
benefit pe1formance g1ven by outstandln
performers of the stage and screen The pro
gram was xntroduced by a clever speech gxven
by the master of ceremomes Charles Murray
Then followed a number by Reba Cox and
HGTTIS Jones and the1r Harlem Revelers Char
lotte Ryan and her ballet composed of Geraldlne
Frank Vlrgln a W1lk1ns and Lucllle R3tCllfT
the Famous Ju glmg Team of Lesl1e St Plerre
Rlchard Sheeler James Wagner and Chalmer
Hxxon Edward Warwxck and Robert Sheeler
convulsed the audxence w1th the1r lap st ck
comedy act and Alfred Mendenhall and h1
Thurston ct held them spellbound Mary
DuBo1s and he 1m1tat1ons were qu1te conv1nc
mg whlle the scarf dance offered by Mary
Ellen Hoover Selma Hersch Cel1a Haynes and
Marlanne Harshman was qu1te a thlng of
beauty Roy Hoffman and h1s DIXIE Sxnger
proved qu1te a popular feature Wlth the1r
moanlng blue and peppy syncopatxons Charles
Bxlhngs and Harold Dawson put on qu1te a
breath takmg adagxo act w1th Irene Maag as
thelr partner Gwendolyn Wessler the con
cert soprano rendered qu1te a beautxful compo
It on wr1tten by Ralph Denlmger and the pro
gram was concluded w1th Rosal1e Ablon Blues
Glrl of the South and her orchestra composed
of ladxes Gladys Eslow Florence Shaplro Flor
1ne Crawford Jane Farls and Dotty Hlllman
The aud ence was then not a httle thrllled
by the late arru al of the two trans Atlantlc
fhers W1ll1 m Anderson and Jlm Wheeler who
eemed QUITE bored w1th the congratulatlons
whlch came from every slde
Fmally t1red but w1th a good story for to
morrows paper I b1d my host and hostess
goodbye and ha1l1n a tHXl went back to my
hotel w1th the stralns of the St Louls Blues as
played by The Harlem Revelers st1ll rmgmg 1n
Then a Samuel Pepvs would sax And
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We the 1933 graduatlng class of Steele Hlgh
School of the C115 of Dayton and County of
Montgomery and State of Oh1o bemg of sound
and dlsposxng mmd and memory do make pub
hsh and declare thls to be our last w1ll and
testament hereby revoklng all other W1llS by
FIRST It IS our belief that all of our just
debts and expenses haye been pald prevlous to
SECOND We dlrect that all that formerly
has been excluslvely ours be bequeathed to
our worthy subord1nates the Jumors To be
xncluded 1n thls bequest are our rlght of way
The Icebox Senxor Alley the back stage
frescoes Steele s Llon Trautman and Keve
and the Senlor Debates to be held 1n trust un
t1l a year from thlS t1me
THIRD All the resxdue and the remamder
of our property we gnc and bequeath to our
less worthy subordlnates the Sophomoles
share and share ahke In th1s bequest the
down the end' the mformatlon desk MISS
Bucher s office speclal assembhes and all tard,
and absence sllps
FOURTH And last but by no means least
we bequeath to our long suffermg teachers
the var1ed personalltles of the classes of 34 and
35 who may almost but not qu1te take our
IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have here
unto affixed our seal th1s Tenth f10thJ Day of
May A D One Thousand Nlne Hundred
Sprlng IS here the robln sa1d
When he found a worm m the vxolet bed
He flew to the window and sang h1s song
But alas and alack he d1dn t smg long
He cocked up h1s head and to h1s urprlse
He saw black snow clouds over the Skle
The poor httle robxn was sad and forlorn
And flew away saymv I ll come back when
Do othy Good 35
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STEELE SPOTLIGHT 45
The blackened trees and hou e were drmly
srlhouetted rn the gatherrng du k of that par
trcular rarny nrght rn March as I walked alone
rnto that wrnd blown blaekness The srlenee
was unbroken except for the sound of feet
slapprng the wet pavement and the oecasronal
swrsh of clothrng agarnst the bushes that lrned
the path Suddenly I realrzed that I was not
alone a figure had fallen rnto step besrde me
It was dusk so that I could not see her face as
she set her pace to my qulckened one and we
eontrnued along together I used to walk as
you do she sard suddenly rrrelex antly when
I was young Startled I notlced that she
spoke wrth the whrnrng yoree of an old woman
Oh drd you I questroned polrtely s
really yery easy heel toe heel toe Idemon
teret rn my walkrns aeeomplrshments and
trudged heayrly along at my srde rn srlenee
On I went past rows upon rows of lofty burld
rngs whose prnnacles were etched rn soot
aqarnst the lrghts gleamrng through the mr t
The figure at my srde gave went to o er ron rl
deep srghs and prtyrngly I asked Are you so
dreadfully unhappy' No no my dear
had the feelrng that she was laughmg at me
and my compassron turned to a surge of re
sentment of rmpotent wrath agarnst thrs Crea
ture You and I are lrkely to measure happr
ness drflerently she contrnued and yet rt rs
the same wrth all human berngs Youth rs am
brtrous It demands much of lrfe and rs queru
lous and w hrnrng rf rt thlnks Fate rs not dealrng
wrth rt justly NVhen we frnd that our hearts
are eapable of berng broken agarn and agarn
we hate ourselves and then slow ry we be rn
to accept thlngs as they are We begrn to look
back upon our youth as a glorrously happy
perrod rrrstead of the parnful experrenee rt
really was But I must not tell you all thrs
She checked herself qurckly then added sadly
sententrously as rf repeatrng a ehant Youth
must keep 1ts rllusrons Youth must keer
I turned qurckly toward my strange walk
rng partner but I found only great blob of
mpenetrable darkness I scanned the street
but there were only the shadows of the bush
I was agarn alone wrth the ram and my
thoughts I walked on wonderrng
Hazel Appleton 3
TREES IN A CITY
Tree rn a crty What fasernat ng grfts rrom
Heaven they are to those lrvrng there Lrke us
poor mortals they possess many moods eharm
rng c'rpr1ee majestre anger de eeted sadne s
and oh how many trmes pure sympathy rnd
tenderness toward man and beast w hom they
shelter and protect
Yet therr many moods are d1ctate'l for the
most part by changrng season and weather
When we pass them rn the drm wrnter months
we feel the dejectron rn the cold naked boughs
rarsed and pleadrng for warmth and cheerful
brrghtness to come soon Later rn the wrndx
month of March they rear therr majestre heads
rn ancer at the brutally cruel strength of tl e
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wind. April's rain, however. pacifies them,
and they put forth new hope and confidence in
little green and yellow buds-tender, young
hopes that live such a full and generous life in
such a short t1me Then do they become as
gay and saucy as a young girl w1th her first
h1gh heels They push back the curls of their
budd1ng leaves and tap the1r boughs gracefully
to the mus1c of the spr1ng breezes Upon the
heels of Apr1l comes the sun of May and June
wh1ch brings the1r hopes to fulfillment and
makes our shade and shelter from the summer
sun and storm Yet l1fe IS short for them and
soon they must don the1r best and gayest gowns
for their farewell to summer and all 1tS Joys
Then softly and qu1etly they settle down aga1n
beneath snovty sheets and coverlets untll the
very early spr1ng turns these down and dlS
closes the black gnarled arms to be bathed
and dressed by Spr1ng herself
So l1fe goes on for them for years Hope
and confidence never d1m1n1sh but always IH
crease w1th the years desp1te severe winters
destructne w1nds and drowning P81115 Even
the Struggllng trees ln the city regularly put
forth fresh hope 1n buddlng leaves Under
the scorchlng sun and merciless smoke of fac
tor1es and gas of automoblles they droop and
w1lt but the refreshing breezes of evening and
a soft ram soon restore them to thexr or1g1nal
loveliness What is more restful than the rustle
of soft breeze through leaves heavy Wlth a
My admlratlon of the trees that furnish us
that b1t of cool green 1n the c1ty IS noth1ng
compared to the many other trlbutes to them
In every 1nstance poems concerning the lovel1
ness and charm of trees have brought success
to the1r authors I can only hope that some
day I too w1ll make a fitting tr1bute to the
lovellest of lovely growmg th1ngs our trees
xx h1ch only God can make and all the earth
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to MKOWPU ' I fr
fy. 19' yy' ' mULv,l
IN PRAISE OF MY DOG
There is a sound of tiny feet pattering
through the hall, then a little brown face peeps
caut1ously around the corner, w1th big brown
eyes w1stfully pleadlng to be allowed to come
1n Enter, my dog' My frollcsome puppy IS
first a true friend, second, a diplomat, and
always a mlschlevous rascal Perhaps you
would like to know what he looks l1ke, so
here IS h1s descr1pt1on Take one pa1r of
deep brown eyes that can sparkle Wlth
m1 ch1ef or overflow w1th sorrow add one pair
of small ears cocked at attent1on stir 1n one
l1ttle nose as black as n1ght and one bob tail
that Just wags and wags Mix well with a
brown and wh1te body then add four t1ny
feet that are never st1ll Pour out and you
will have Top1e Tullis
TOPIQ has always been a true fr1end to me
The other even1ng I felt particularly down
hearted and lonely A l1ttle Whlte paw touched
my knee 1nqu1r1ngly I looked down into my
d0ggl9S eyes eyes that were beautiful Wlth
worlds of sympathy and love IH them H
nestled his cool l1ttle nose 1n my hand the
sense of lonel1ness and despondency left me
for I had a fr1end He 1S my constant com
panion we share our pleasures and our pa1n
we play together med1tate together and take
long dellghtful walks together He IS a very
sympathetlc audlence havmg listened to my
sen1or talk and now IS the earnest cr1t1c of my
debate I tell h1m my troubles and he seems
to understand and to sympathize We share
and share al1ke he SIIS beslde me at the din
mg table and I slip h1m b1tS of food when the
other members of the famlly aren t look1ng I
return he brings me DICE b1g ham bones and
chlcken scraps from the nearest garbage pa1lS
Poss1bly no one would call a dog a dlplomat
but then they never knew my Top1e Puppy
has countless ways of evading pumshment
when he has been very bad If he is sent to
me to be chastised he assumes an att1tude of
sadly 1nto mme and plead eloquently to be
forglven The result 15 that he creeps 1nto my
lap there to be forgxven Wlth only a Warnlng
never to do It agaln He never does he thlnks
up someth1ng new If Dad IS the Judge Toove
becomes a little clown He tries all h1s trxcks
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punished 1n laugh1ng at h1S com1cal capers
If 1VIother IS the one who IS to mete out the
penalty It IS an ent1rely d1fferent story Puppy
Just yamshes unt1l the 1nc1dent IS forgotten
Tople IS cock o the walk 1n our ne1ghborhood
but he knows hIS l1m1tat1ons If he see a dog
too large for h1m he nonchalantly crosse to
the other Slde of the street lf the dog pursues
puppy suddenly dec1des he has something
tc111bly xmportant to tell me and come fly mg
Topie might well be n1cknamed the Baron
Munchausen for only the worthy Baron could
conce1ve such escapades as mlschievous and
unbelievable as tho e of our rascal We l1ye 1n
da1ly fear of seemg h1m carr1ed IH half dead
from some crazy prank One day I left the
basement door open and an hour later was
startled by a loud crash from below I ru hed
doyvnsta1rs to find a bew1ldered puppy Slttlng
1n the midst of a heap of Chr1stmas tree orna
ments He had been playing and had knocked
over the boy: in Wh1Ch we kept the toys The
afternoon of the same day our ne1ghbor came
runnlng over screammg Come qulck TOPIE
has fallen 1nto the clstern The cistern was
being cleaned and the men had left It un
covered Nosey Puppy wanted to lnvestlgate
and fell 1n We fished h1m out all yvet but
none the worse for his escapade The other
day he was deathly S1Ck Mother couldnt
1mag1ne what caused th1s unt1l she not1ced that
the refr1gerator door had been left standmg
open Puppy had eaten a pound of butter and
half a chlcken
I could Wflte endlessly about h1s pranks but
1n Splte of them he IS the best doggie there ey er
yy as or w1ll be
Eleanor TlllllS 33
A FOGGY MORNING
Noth1ng IS so dreaded more hazardou and
more frequent than a foggy morn1ng IH a Neyy
England fishmg vlllage Ill omened though It
may be It contains a pecuhar and appeahng
k1nd of beauty Its approach IS heralded by
a heavy humldlty accompamed by a sulphur
ous m1st yy h1ch becomes darkex and IS finally
1mDenetr'1ble Surround ng eye yth n yet
1solat1ng eacn obye t lt produces an eerle en
sat1on of detachment and IOHGIIHGSS The at
mosphere becomes stifling as the great mass
banks h1gher and higher 1ncreas1ng the feel1ng
of ayyful solltude Th1S IS accentuated by the
unceas1ng slap slap of the yvayes aga1nst the
yvharf and the physical contact yy 1th the sharp
and b1t1ng spray
At last th1s unbearable qu1etude IS shattered
by the ear spl1tt1ng wall of the hghthouse
foghorn which reverberates shak1ng the
beach and docks unt1l 1t IS echoed by the
h1gh shr1ll lrrltatlng whistle of the tugs
The w1nd turns and br1ngs with It the
salty tang of the ocean plus the rank odor of
dry1ng fish The sc1nt1llat1ng l1ghts brighten
the scene yet by contrast make It seem ever
darker when they falter and finally disappear
The raspmg of XVIIICIIBS and the heretofore
muffled volces of to1l1ng men are clearly carr1ed
by the r1s1ng w1nd A boat scrapes aga1nst
a dock IIS dimly' outl1ned hull IS now vaguely
A startling real1zat1on The fog has been
l1ft1ng Qulckly It goes as rap1dly as It has
appeared The sun IS now reflected upon the
blue water Whlle a sl1ght cloud1ness remalns
vyhlch rlse toyvards the flaming sun llke a
m1sty vapour and IS slowly d1spelled the
fog has l1fted and IS dr1ft1ng out to sea
M1r1am Spelce 33
Far off across the h1lls and sky
Far off across the blue
I yvatch Wlth Shlfllng eager ey es
My newest home 1n v1eyv
Agaln my fr1ends are left behind
Agam new roads I take
Another dwell1ng I must find
Another home must make
I ye tray eled 1nto D1x1e land
I ve been far out to sea
Ive been to states on ey ery hand
But one IS dear to me
So take me back to DIXIE please
To my Vlrglnla home
Near to her rlvers Sk19S and trees
And leaye me there to roam
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THE AUDITORIUM DEBATE 193.3
On the n1nth of May 1933 the Juniors and
seniors assembled 1n the aud1tor1um enjoyed
a debate worthy of the name of Steele Hlgh
School Debates have come and debates have
gone but the exh1b1t1on of fr1endly rlvalry
polse and command1ng argument dlsplayed by
the Audltorlum Debatmg Team of 1933 will
remaln IH the memorles of all who heard the
The questlon was Resolved That the War
Debts should be Cancelled
Try outs for the debate were held Apr1l fifth
Over th1rtv contestants hxtched thelr wagon to
a star the star m thls case belng a place on
the Commencement speakers platform The
team was chosen and those selected began 1m
med1ate and strenuous work
The curtaln arose Tuesday mornlng May
nxnth on a confident and well tralned group
The afhrmatxxe speakers were Sarah Lelber
man Annette Levy and Robert McCon
naughey wlth Kathryn Overholser as alter
nate Tho e speakers for the negat1ve were
Evelyn Hollman Robert Harper and John
Graham wlth SylVlH Hurwltz as the alternate
It vxas a thrllllng moment when Mr Selgler
and 1nstructed the t1me keepers Mr Eastman
and Mr Matt1s The audlence was requested
not to applaud untxl the final dec1s1on The
Judges Mr Agnes Osborn Beck Mr George
Murray and Mr Robert Young were
structed to vote wlthout consu tat1on as fo'
Not consxderlng the mer1ts of the que tlon
but Judglng the arguments presented and the
manner of presentat1on I cast my vote for the
The debate began vu h the first speaker
on the affirmatwe From that t me on the
audlence rema1ned spell bound wh1le each s de
bullt up eemlngly 1nv1nc1ble arguments
Then came the rebuttals Each speaker pro
ceeded to tear down h1s worthy opponent s
po1nts The excltement was 1nten e The s1des
seemed eyenly matched
At the end of the debate the three dec1s1ons
were delivered to the moderator He read the
first d9CISlOD It was for the negatxve He read
the second the vote was cast for the afifirma
t1ve The audlence held Its breath Very slow
ly he announced The thxrd vote IS fO1 the
The audlence stormed w1th applause as the
curtaln fell upon the vanquxshed shaklng hands
w1th the v1ctor1ous
The followlng speakers were selected from
the debatlng team for Commencement Robe: t
Harper John Graham and Annette Levy
Truly each student who heard thlS debate
felt xt an honor to be a part of Steele Hxgh
K F 3
Lean agamst the wall
Shlverlng 1n the moonhght
Bleak cold Fall
A CLOUD S NIGHT
Llttle cloud so fleecy and so whlte
Where do you rest your weary head at mg 9
I ve seen you drlftmg past 1n sky of blue
But l1ttle cloud at nlght what do you do
At eventlde you seem all plnk and gold
And make your way r1ght to the sun so bold'
I thmk some lovely lady up above
Must plck you up and tuck you 1n wxth love
She draws the covers up so cool so llght
And plns them w1th a gold stars shlmmerlng
Goodnlght l1ttle cloud so fleecy and so whlte
Good mght my l1ttle one sleep t1ght
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50 STEELE SPOTLIGHT
A STEELE DANCE
Although nlght has fallen some t1me ago It
IS not dark Br1ght llghts Sh1H9 from the tall
w1ndows of the school beckomng fellowsh1p
and ga1ety The Sophomore forgett1ng her
fierce determlnatlon to copy her b1g slsters
bored and soph1st1cated manner trlps excltedly
up the W1d9 front steps It IS her first school
dance On enter1ng 1nto the llght she pau es
starry eyed Surely th1s IS not the place where
she has spent five whole days of every week
Here IS no gr1m suggestlon of school books w1th
yawnmg pages ready to bore you nor dread of
an examlnatxon about wh1ch you know prac
tlcally nothlng There IS for her a kaleldoscope
of mus1c color and laughter Danc1ng she
gl1mpses faces of classmates and upperclass
men Occaslonally she becomes so lnterested
1n watchlng the people or notmg the decora
tlons that she forgets her danclng and not
be1ng ent1rely proHc1ent 1n that l1ne as yet
m1sses a step or two but what matterq And
the chaperones She IS hardly able to recog
mze her teachers They actually seem to
be enjoylng the party' It IS qulte a surpr1se
for her to find that M158 Y IS not always
austere and bus1ness l1ke but can sparkle and
flush with ammatlort or that Mr X can
really Joke Everyone IS so n1ce to her' The
upperclassmen nod and sm1le and the o
chestra even plays a p19Ce wh1ch she reque ts
On leavlng she wr1ngs the hand of MISS Y
who 1S beam1ng and say1ng pleasant th1ngs to
ex eryone and she expresses her del1ght 1n the
even1ng As she leaves she asks When IS the
next danceo Th1s has been perfectly thr1ll1ng
W1th sedate unhurrled step the Jun1or en
ters the brlght hall He glances casually but
not too casually at the decorat1ons The screen
wh1ch they had tr1ed to borrow at the last
mlnute had not come and there IS a blank
space whe1e someth1ng should be He calcu
lates that It w1ll take at least fifteen more
couples to fill the hall so It w1ll not be not1ced
The wall hangmg he and three others had
spent an hour and a half try1ng to get up has
sl1pped crooked He hopes the Sen1ors w1ll
not make any deprec1at1ng remarks but aftel
all he has seen better crepe paper flowers and
whatnots than tho e the Sen1or have produced
for the occaslon Of course the Sophomores
wont notlce anythlng They are always too
exclted to get th1ngs Stralght The orchestra
sounds encourag1ng and the floors are fa1rly
sllck He greets a group of people for he
knovss practlcally everyone and 1nwardly
comments that he dldnt know those fellows
could dance Wlth a proprletary a1r he re
CGIVB the complxments on the decorat1ons
EXPSDSIVS9 No Less than a dollar It can
be done lf you have people Wlth good ld9aS
The chaperones eem to be enjoymg them
selves as 1S everyone else The dance IS a
real success It couldnt be otherwlse Hadn t
they all worked for weeks to make It so" Th1s
place of da1ly work they had camouflaged w1th
people color and mus1c The Jumor departs
well satlsfied w1th the results What 1f the
other places are larger prett1er'7 We d1d th1s
The Sen1or hurr1es 1n She 1S a b1t late She
had not left the bu1ld1ng unt1l late that after
noon unt1l the last arrangements had been
completed The decorat1ons look n1ce under
he llghts She remembers how they had u ed
the same drape at so many dances last year
After all th1s IS of small 1mportance There IS
a grand crowd She sm1les and mmgles w1th
them She IS qu1ck to ense the Splrlt of good
fellowsh1p and she responds to lt enthus1
astlcally The mus1c and the place 1tself are
secondary Her frlends new and old she must
see them all In one corner she finds a group
earnestly d1SCl.1SS1I1g the solut1on of a PhyS1CS
problem Ev1dently dance or no dance they
st1ll remember they are 1n school She notes
the thr1ll of the Sophomores and remember
It had been worth It th1s preparatlon The
JUHIOFS too proud w1th the ach1evement of a
successful dance would they feel as she when
they atta1ned Sen1or1ty'7
The orchestra plays Home Sweet Home
Sophomore Junlor Sen1or leave the halls
Wlth an add1t1on to thelr store of happy mem
or1es of h1gh school
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MY MELANCHOLY MAYFLOWER HARVEST TIME REVERIE
Shorn of all her glory the Mayflower re
poses in a leaky garage Shes a 1922 model
Chevrolet or at least she was advertised as
such She IS the possessor of two dangl1ng
runnmg boards that look very much as if they
w1ll soon fall off As the dull green doors stick
It IS much easler to climb over them 1nto the
car than to open them Tools are carele sly
strewn over the floor 1n the rear and the up
holstery could be 1mproved greatly by a l1ttle
patching and mending A small rad1ator cap
w th the appearance of a pug nose and a three
quarters of a cxrc e steer1ng wheel complete the
p1ctu1e of the Mayflower
You may th1nk that the old g1rl de erves
better treatment than storage where she cannot
keep herself dry She doesnt rnlnd' She spent
most of th1s w1nter exposed to all kinds of
1nclement weather Its only after ever so
much to1l that a shelter has been prov1ded her
It w on t be long however unt1l she blossoms
out 1n all her sprlng regalia
The Mayflower has yerklly departed from he1
winter hldeout for many many springs unde1
numerous owners She has chugged along un
der April showers w1th noth1ng but a fruit
venders umbrella sheltering her occupants
She has stalled IH the best of places and 1n the
most clowded of thoroughfares She has felt
the luxury of an electrlc starter and has mock
1ngly thwarted a crowd of pushers She has
had roofs and fenders taken off and put on
She has been choked and flooded unt1l min a
ture canals for the overflowing gasol1ne haye
been made Today she requ1res a fully choked
motor or she balks Yet she st1ll amble along
I cannot p1ctu1e her commg to a cruel and
destructlye end I cannot feature her being
torn apart for her accessor1es I cannot stand
to haye he1 rest1ng s1lent and unattended ID
the Junk yard For these reasons I am su1e
the May flow 61 w1ll occupy a select place in the
museum of the fam1ly rellcs 1f eyer there IS
Latta MCCIHQ 33
I was alone in the country The full hary est
moon seemed to be descendmg rapldly over a
great preclpxce It cast a weird golden glow
over the newly mown fields below In the un
certaln l1ght the fields seemed to resemble
nothing so much as a thick moth eaten carpet
Almost 1mposs1ble lt seemed that these
could be the same fields that but a few hours
before had been a wav1ng gllstenmg carpet
Yesterday I had heard a passlng tour1st de
clare the fields a work of the D1v1ne Artist
Tonight the ragged fields bore mute testimony
to the complete devastat1on of Hxs work
W1th these observat1ons came bewxlderment
I thought Then suddenly I was aware
of strange new 1d8aS Llght was fast fa1l1ng
As I looked toward the fields they seemed to
be covered w1th waving ghosts Were they
not reproach1ng us" Did they have a right to
reproacho D1d they not above all others
know that man always destroyed what was
beautifulq How greedy man IS not content
just to enyoy he must try to lmprove D1d he
his own feeble effort would ever produce
I was alone under the stars confused th1nk
1nd momentous thoughts possessed by doubt
I thought of trees felled by man of rivers
harnessed for commercial ga1n I thought of
all the beauty that man so ruthlessly destroyed
Strange that I had never thought of these
things before Was man only a destroyer of
Again thexe was a new st1a1n of thought
D1d not the good done by man by these cts
repay a hundredfold for the mjustxces done
Wasnt beauty to be enjoyed and then u ed"
Wasnt that best" Perhaps the world was not
so bad after all Then as my new thoughts
oy ercame my first so d1d the new day conquer
the old Wlth the dawn went the spectres
w 1th the specties went doubt leaym how
ex er Just a trace of Ieglet
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You ll be late for school
Hurry up Hurry up These two vs ords
seem to make up the whole of l1fe From
mornmg t1ll night day after day week after
week month after month and year after year
these words are dlnned lnto my ears
In the mornlng before I go to school these
vxords are a part of the usual routme Hurry
up or youll mlss the car Hurry up or
you ll be late for school It seems as 1f I Just
cannot get away from them Of course I hurry
Who wouldn to
When I arrlye at school It IS always hurry
hurry hurry The first thing IS to hurry to
the room m whlch I spend the openlng perlod
Then comes the first per1od class It IS always
touch and go whether I reach my thxrd perlod
study on t1me or not Sometimes my locker
won t open and then I really have to do some
beautiful runn1ng If I dont get to class on
time I am sent hurrying to the Dean From
the first to the thlrd Hoor from the second to
the first up to the third E-lgaln I go hurry1ng
Hve days a week Even my lunch IS hurrled
My frlends tell me that I am very slow and
that I never hurry However anyone can see
that xt IS Just the contrary as evidenced by the
statements ln the precedlng paragraphs I wlll
admlt that may be I am sometimes a httle late
m meet1ng them at an appolnted place but of
course It IS not my fault at all It seems that
somethlng always occurs to detaln me
I believe that my friends 1mpat1ence IS ue
to the American motto Get there qulck I
does not matter where you go or what
mtend doing only hurry It 1S Just l1ke e
automob1le at a traffic llght If the cars are
held up fox just a moment the d1n from e
horns becomes almost deafenlng Such lS e
case of some of my fr1ends when they wait
a minute too long for me
Lucllle Matejovsky 33
A COUNTRY ROAD
The long dusty yellow w1nd1ng country
road stretched out before me Along its side
a path led a crooked trail to a farm house half
hidden behind a masslve barn Aboye the
turn of the road the sun rose with br1ll1ant
hues to usher 1n the dawn comlng as though
It and all the world were s1ng1ng a lovely song
of happlness The birds 1n the tree awoke and
began the1r melodxous songs of welcome and
the cock w1th h1s trumpeted announcement of
the arrlval of mormng aroused the sleepmg
countryslde to a new day
Soon the country road was belng used A
mother duck wlth a great deal of quackmg
steered her downy llttle brood safely across the
golden sands and a country boy s1ng1ng as he
vsalked drove h1s cattle Cut to pasture
Then came the noon hot and sultry wlth the
sun s rays falhng dlrectly on the country road
The oppress1ve heat had caused all l1fe to take
a S16St3 The flowers along the roadside wear
1ly hung their dainty heads and the only sound
was the monotonous hum of the bees and
dragon H165 as they Sklmmed on 1rr1descent
wings over the road as it lay 1n fitful slumber
rousmg only when an occaslonal sl1ght breeze
So passed the afternoon The sun turned
1nto a ball of flame sank slowly lnto the
far end of the road leav1ng behmd It a ralnbow
tmted sky and a hushed solemn1ty the boy
retulned with h1s cattle gomg up the now
dark by path the b1rds entered their nests
the cock and h1s dames retired for the
'Ihe moon rose and below It the road
stretched out l1ke a rlbbon w1nd1ng its s1lvery
length through the darkness of the night
the country road lay in peacefulness sleep
mg dreammg qulet
Rosahe Ablon 3
Life s highway turns for us today
The trail we take IS new
And may the scenes be pleasant
Whlch l1fe shall lead us through
And as lt s m1les we travel
May we find that by our s1de
Are many frlends and comrades
To encourage and to guide
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MY FAVORITE PASSAGES
Poems may come and poems may go but
from each there IS a phrase a passage that 1e
malns though the author or the name has lone
LAllegro and Il Penseroso are full or
these maglc keys to the land of 1mag1nat1on
1f one but knows how to look for them and
how to use them once they are found
Readlng the first poem I came upon
To hear the lark begln h1s fllght
And s1ng1ng startle the dull nlght
From hls watch tower 1n the Skl9S
T1l the dappled dawn doth r1se
A world of melody seems to pour from e
throat of a t1ny blrd as It soars through the
sky and n1ght IS seen drawmg h1s dark cloak
about h1m as he s1lently flees from h1s tower
of dreams then dawn steals out from the
east floatmv her banners around her all
through the med1um of YV0ldS One can heal
the larks song and feel the breath of n1ght
as he passes
Agam one feels a thrxll of pure del1ght
R1ght agamst the eastern gate
Where the great Sun begms h1s state
Robed 1n flames and amber llght
The clouds 1n thousand l1ver1es d1ght
Always when recalllng thlS verse I th1nk
of Rudy ard Klpllng s When Earth s Last Plc
ture Is Pamted Somehow that poem ex
presses the 1dea to me One thmks of the
word splash when readlng both poems Yes
that sounds queer Ill grant you but the
clouds the sky the whole world eem splashed
wlth soft color gold orange blue and almost
every hue of the FHIYIIJOXV
Il Penseroso arouses dlffelent emot1on
The effect IS peaceful The ent1re poem su
gests peace qu1et thoughtfulness and con
tent A ty plcal passage IS
Thee chauntless oft the woods among
I woo to hear thy ey en song
And m1ss1ng thee I walk unseen
On the dry smooth shay en gieen
A feel1ng of deep s1lence and aloneness 1
To behold the wander1ng moon
R1d1ng at her hlghest noon
Llke one that had been led astray
Through the heaven s w1de pathless w ay
And oft as 1f her head she bowed
Stoopmg through a fleecy cloud
Th1s 18 the most beaut1ful passage IH my
Oplfllflll IH e1ther poem One has the 1m
presslon of vast space a star sprlnkled
heaven where a wander1ng m1sty cloud
floats slowly The xnner eye sees dlS
tlnctly the lovely maJest1c moon as she salls
serenely across the sky bow1ng gracefully hex
head as she passes under a low hangmg cloud
The slght awes one It 1I'lSp1I'95 a qu1et rex er
ence for Hlm who c1eated all thlngs beaut1ful
and wonderful 1n the world
There are countless other short l1ne that
attract me Sometlme It IS only a word for I
th1nk that some words lf used 1n the r1ght
place at the r1ght t me can expze s a whole
p1cture or a whole poem M1lton has th1s
glft He nex er throws words away or scatters
them around carelessly
If I h1tch my wagon to MIIIOHQ star may
be someday 1f I strne hard enough I ll be able
to use one at least one t1ny word the way he
commanded h1s thousands
Florme Crawford 33
THE RAIN STORNI
QA poem XVI'1tteI'l after readlng
Whltt19FS Snowbound J
From out the clouds so gray and dreax
The arm1es of the ra1n appear
Each drop a s1ly ered armored kn1ght
Before the1r onslaught day takes fhght
Though pr1soners to all that host
And not a v1ctory we can boast
W1th1n our hearth s enc1rc11ng glow
We laugh and mock the outs1de foe
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IVHAT HAS WHAT WILL CITIZENSHIP
IN THE U S MEAN T0 YOU AND ME9
Belng an Amerlcan c1t1zen has meant a lot
to me already although I am not yet old
enough to xote From my earl1est years I have
been 1nfluenced by It havent you Cant
you remember those glorlous Fourth of July
parades the sound of the flrecrackers poppmg
those storles told about the wlnnlng of the
Amer1can Independence? Cant you remem
ber how the bands played the Star Spangled
Banner Whlle the flag was belng ra1sed and
the speeche wh1ch came afterwards? Why'
one of the first thlngs I can recall IS a Fourth
of July parade and next most V1V1d 1n my
memory IS a parade durlng the campalgn of
Cox and Hardmg I remember standlng on the
corner and hear1ng the mart1al muslc the
speeches Wh1Ch I couldnt understand and
pr1nc1pally see1ng the red whlte and blue
bunt1ng wh1ch decorated the speakers plat
form Then fa1ntly hldden 1n my memory IS an
lnstant when all was gayety and another when
can see the great bonfires and hear the bells
wh1ch rang long and loud when the small town
1n wh1ch I l1ved rece1ved news of the Arm1st1ce
All rejolced and sang for the war was over
Next came the day when most of the sold1ers
returned There were cheerlng and crymg
laugh1ng and s1gh1ng for many of those who
went away had not returned and many who
had come back were cr1ppled Of all th1s the
thlng whlch I most clearly remember IS an
officer who had many medals on h1S breast
and had a leg off he was the hero of the oc
caslon These were my first lessons 1n pa
More came when I entered grammar school
Here I learned to cooperate w1th my school
mates and teachers When an 1mpor ant school
levy vsas to be declded upon we took home
not1ces of It 1n order that our parents mlght
vote for It When a Red Cross or Commun1ty
Chest dr1ve was on we were told about lt
asked to wrlte essays upon It and glven prlzes
for our work So our educatlon IH bexng good
c1t1zens was begun through competltlon HIS
tory was next taught to us We learned the
story of our country of the hardshlps and sac
rlflces endured by W3ShlDgTOD s force 1n the1r
successful effort to free us from England We
were told the h1story of our flag we learned
the Oath of Alleglance and the Amerxcan
Creed and all of th1s made patrlotlsm a part
of our blood Another means used to plant
c1t1zensh1p more firmly 1n our m1nds was the
hlstorlcal play Thls was used on memorlal
OCLQSIODS such as Llncolns B1rthday or on
Arm1st1ce Day 1n connectlon w1th speeches
made by partlclpants IH the varlous wars
CIVII Spanlsh Amerlcan and the World War
In hlgh school however we have learned the
1nner YVOI'klI1gS of the governmental machlnery
and our duty to vote at all elect1ons Through
more h1story we have compared our govern
ment Wlth others and have made our op1n1on
of the1r mer1ts But school w1ll soon be over
and our educat1on 1n preparatlon for our part
1n the government w1l1 be finlshed What c1t1
zenshlp w1ll mean to us we do not know but
let us hope we remaln true to our teach1ng
As I Sald before we do not know what IS be
country w1ll have on us Let us however sur
mlse what may happen In the years to come
the Un1ted States may be plunged 1nto war al
though every means 1S made to brlng contlnued
peace Then we w1ll be at an age where we
are el1g1ble to go If our tra1n1ng has done any
thxng for us we w1ll volunteer and not Walt to
be drafted We w1ll w1ll1ngly glVe our l1ves
for our country l1ke all those good CIIIZCHS of
At some t1me an awful dlsaster l1ke the re
cent earthquake 1n CQIIIOTDIH or another flood
l1ke that of 1913 may occur then we must shovx
our metal we must dlsplay our pluck and abxl
1ty to co operate the fundamentals of good
c1t1zensh1p IH a1d1ng those 1n d1stress I am
sure we shall do It not only because of our
tralnlng IH c1t1zensh1p but also be ause of our
w1sh to look out for the welfare of those ln
I hope that we the future governors of the
Unlted States may uphold our trust and not
do as many of those people who are now run
n1ng our country When 1mportant questlons
are put up to them at GIGCIIOHS they stay at
home and do not xote They are welchers
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because they do not do their duty and yet
they are always first to rant and roar when
thlngs arent run to su1t them May we you
and I members of the classes graduating this
year better fulfill all of these arduous tasks
lald upon us May we co operate for the good
of the whole obey all laws respect the rlghts
of others vote at elect1ons help IH all drives
to aid the poor needy and sick and greatest
of all may we be prepared to die for our coun
try if world peace IS imposslble in order that
the Star Spangled Banner may always
wave oer the land of the free and the home
of the brave
Thomas Drummond 33
JIG SAW PUZZLES
Blgger better and tougher Jig saw
puzzles is the demand of the nation infested
puzzle piecers or do Jlggers Th1S fad along
w1th technocracy IS the most recent attrac
t1on of our country s1nce the depression created
It w1ll howexer be a surprlse to most f
us to learn that the stlmulant of th1s latest
addictlon IS not technically a Jig saw puzzle at
all but IS dyed and cut from pasteboard com
position or what have you Strugglmg with
these cheaper tantahzers should whet the
appetite for higher priced puzzles and grad
Before Im old I want to do
The things Ive always wanted to
The Taj Mahal Id like to see
The beautiful ladies of old Madrid
And preclous gems in the ocean hid
I want to fly 1n an aeroplane
And feel myself soarlng aboxe the mam
I want to sail the ocean blue
And see skies change from hue to ue
I want to feel the furlous gale
On my face the power of wind and hall
I want to see the py ramlds
In Egypt midst the deserts hld
The hanging gardens Id like to see
In Baby lon for th1s sounds good to m
I xx ant to dleam by Chma s ancient xxall
The scene of bloodshed and of blackest pall
The temple of Dlana that I xe heard about
And scenes xx here armies have been pu
If all these xxishes be fulfilled
Ill nexer haxe a dream to build
uate their victims into real fans
It IS said that the ancient Egyptians harrassed
themselves with this form of mental exercise
and Parker Bros famed toy makers of Massa
chusetts or1g1nated the present movement sev
cral years ago These Oflglnal puzzles consist
of colored pictures pasted on lammated bass
or fir wood saxx ed out by hand The finest
broken with the making of each unit Since
the price of these IS determmed by the number
of pieces a twelve hundred piece set would
cost about eighteen dollars and so would be
unsuited to flat pocketbooks
Last sprmg the Jig saw type puzzle ap
peared These were stamped out at high speed
and could be sold for a fraction of what the
original wood product cost There are from
two to three hundred firms that have rushed
in to meet the sudden demand Orders from
advertisers for a m1ll1on are not unusual There
are Puzzles of the Week movle serial puzzles
and you can now have your photo Jig sawed
Ex President Coolidge was lookmg at one of
the puzzles which had h1s name cut in the de
sign just before he died Folks are noxx buy
ing the mounted plctures and cutting out their
oxxn A New York banker has a de luxe base
ment shop where he spends his spare time in
Eveiyone ln this world is solving a puzzle
his own private problems Ex ery new day and
ex ery new problem must be fitted into the
scheme of the universe and lHt0 the complexity
of our indlvldual existence
Helen Dill 33 Selma Hersch 33
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Gee lsnt he swell" What w1ll they be
domg next" I had Sally s done last week
too preclous He s putt1ng a whlte collar
on that one Now dear Just be patlent
All th1s and much more I heard whlle try
1ng to get safely around the surg1ng outsk1rts
of a large and grow1ng clrcle of people ln a
local store not long ago Bemg short of stature
I was unable to see what was provmg such a
source of mterest and from the remarks I
overheard I could scarcely 1mag1ne what was
gomg on w1th1n
How sllly these people mllllng about thlS
way No doubt when the truth 1S known lt IS
a pretty saleslady demonstratlng new methods
of beauty treatment But why all these ch1l
dren and elderly women and these remarks
that Just won t make sense? Such were
my thoughts whlle belng pushed and pulled
and shoved about Now at last the crowd s
breaklng a way through But no that lady
would rush ID front of me w1th her three ch1l
dren forming a regular ambuscade about her
Well I w1ll find out just what all th1s 9XC1t9
ment IS about and then perhaps I can escape
thls mass of human1ty on the opposlte s1de of
the cxrcle Accordlngly I used certa1n taCt1C
whlch to some people are known as mass
psychology My progress was slow perhaps
but sure Closer and closer I came and then
calm and unflushed workmg 1n the center of
that struggllng mass was a slngle man w1th a
t1ny ch1ld posed 1n front of h1m He was yes
he was cuttmg the boy s sllhouette He held up
the work so all could see Th1s was followed
by ahs nd my 1snt that sweet and other
such expresslons from all the ladles standmg
near Then another chlld was squeezed out
of the crowd and mto the t1ny breath1ng space
I stood by entranced The 1dea was so utterly
new to me the smp of those sclssors so regular
each moyement so defimte accompl1sh1ng so
At last I moved away scarcely I'lOt1C1I1g the
crovxd th1s t1me so absorbed was I w1th my
own thoughts I wanted my s1lhouette cut
Oh I must have one' But Id come back agam
when there would be more t1me and may be
not so large a crowd
In the meantlme I thought almost constantly
of my sllhouette I must have my ha1r rolled
neatly 1n the back should I wear a hat or no-
I mxght have h1m put a whlte collar on mme so
sweet and youthful I d heard somebody say
I returned IH several days all exclted and
pr1mped But oh the crowd' Icouldn t slmply
couldnt have all these people standmg about
gapxng at me Well Id return but th1s was
so d1sappo1nt1ng In a few days I trled agam
Agam that crowd surrounded h1m I walted
but always lt seemed he drew th1s mterested
audlence Then one day I reahzed my chance
had come There was no other customer and
not a person about h1m The last t1me I looked
1n a mlrror I appeared passable any way Id
take a chance and have thls thmg over w1th
It took only a few mmutes but by th1s txme
qulte a crowd had colle ted and I was glad
enough to escape wlthout v1ew1ng the fimshed
That nlght howexer I sat down and e
amlned them mlnutely There was no Roman
nose ln that portralt not even a pug nose that
turned up on the end Just pla1n nose My
eyelashes werent long and luxurxous and
curled hke Garbos not even a determlned
ch1n such as that possessed by Joan Crawford
Th1s was just a pla1n sxlhouette fThat bow
on my hat d1d look perky but that was the
hat not mej Th1S was maddenmg At least
well what can you do when you have just a
I tucked m1ne down deep ln a drawer-dark
and covered over my sllhouettes
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In Splte of many arguments against night
driving I still ma1nta1n that the most enjoy
able four hundred miles I have ever spent on
the road were traveled at night This was on a
m1dw1nter trip to Flor1da Bob and I were
rushlng southward through the ch11l dusk of a
central Georg1a evening Slmultaneously two
d1sturb1ng thought encroached upon our
peaceful senses hunger and an 1ns1d1ous
squeakinv in the v1c1n1ty of the front axle
Thinking to k1ll two birds with one stone we
stopped ln a small town to appease our hunger
and learn the nature of our stowaway canary
Food was easily obtained but the car was not
so easily satlsfied The small town mechanic
worked long before the frozen wheel bearlng
was replaced and our trusty carr1er was aga1n
ready to take the trail
Once more upon the smooth stralght road
our Journey continued uneventfully through
southern Georgla across the state l1ne and on
through Jacksonville to sleeping romant1c
ancient St Augustine An old church clock
showed two a m when we stopped the car
under a palm tree Bent on adventure and
being ob tructed by nothing further than a six
strolling down a beautlful palm l1ned moonl1t
walk to the Fountaln of Youth that fabulous
objective of many a Spanish exped1t1on The
taste of the clear cool water was much 1m
proved by the deserted beauty and marvelous
Exploratlon of the 1rnpos1ng foltre s was tlae
next intention of our nocturnal adventure
After c1rcl1ng the huge stone wall and 1n pect
1ng as best we could the many salient angles
and project ng bastions across the w1de me
d1eval moat we were forced to the opxmon that
our amateur1sh attempt to gain ingress were
of no ax a1l and we had to content ourselyes
yy 1th gazing at the h1gh turrets and threatening
cannons sllhouetted again t the blue black sky
Reluctantly leaving the picturesque town we
were attracted by a slgn readlng Ocean Shore
DFIXG Short Cut to Daytona See1ng no ob
1ect1on to the route we followed It for fifteen
or twenty miles down the coast where we
found the reason for someone s pecun1ary 1nte1
est in hav1ng the motoring publ1c shorten their
journey to Daytona Red lxghts and signs an
nounced a fifty cent toll br1dge if the few
pieces of two by four whlch composed It could
be called a br1dge Havmg no 1ncl1nat1on to
buy the br1dge merely for the cross1ng of it
we quietly idled up to the toll house and sau
that the toll taker was safely doz1ng Qu1et1ng
our prote ting con cxences we raised the ob
trudlng cro sbar and contlnued on our way
soon to meet the warmth of a new Florida day
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A RAMBLE THROUGH THE COUNTRY
a tramp ln
In the colorful autumn when
have turned and nature IS ebbmg
the country and through the woods IS a del1ght
not eas1ly ignored Wlth the smoke of burning
leave in your nostrlls and chill in the all
that exuberant feeling of freedom clutches at
your heart wh1le peace and the 1oy of l1v1ng
The little brook with its joyful r1l1s and t1ny
1slands of sand that were so green in the spring
has changed its song Those little green IS
lands haye turned brown the flowers have
gone and the r1lls have changed the note of
thelr Joyful s1ng1ng The birds have left its
banks They no longer bathe 1n its shallows
t1ny fish has gone to seek deeper waters
where the winter s chill cannot penetrate
The fields have changed from the varled
colors of l1fe to drab wlth a suggestion of death
The harvest IS over and save for the rich
yellow gleam of an occaslonal pumpkin 1n the
field and the crisp brown shocks of corn death
and frultlessness preva1l
The leaden sky overhead the falllng and
fallen leaves and the stlllness and motlonless
ness of the trees glVQ to the woods of this time
of year a feeling of desertlon Life has fled
and natuie IS dead An occasional rabbit
SCUYFIQS to cover at our approach and a lon
squirrel chatters at us from a lofty perch they
seem lonely and deserted also The clouds
break and the sun comes out Instantly the
yyoods haye changed from death to l1fe from
dull drab dreary death to an awakenmg of
color As the sun shmes down through the
H1518 of trees l1fe seems to beat once again
feebly before It comes to final rest to be avt ak
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A new chaptex of the Natxonal Athlet1c Scholarshxp Soc1ety was xnstalled t
Steele recently An assembly was held at the school oy er wh1ch Mr Mattls
preslded as chalrrnan Mr Paul Schenck dlrector of recleatlon 1n Dayton
was the p11nc1p'1l speaker Ceruflcates of membelshlrp to th1s SOClGly wer
presented by Mr M3tllS to ten athletes
Thls was the first chapter of th1s SOC19tX to be xnstalled 1n a Dayton hlgh
fwlth apologles to Klpllngj
If you go home from school and get your
Whlle all the other g1rl1es haxe the1r fun
If you can set your m1nd rlght on your studles
And never th1nk to Joke or even pun
If you can solve a sc1ent1Hc problem
All cluttered up w1th whens and whys
And solve lt wlth the proper calculatlons
And never wonder why you're study1ng
If you can r1se above the average sadness,
If you can see a happy tlme ahead
When clouds and storms and strlfes are 1n thelr
And pat1ence leavxng hope as xf twere dead,
If you can keep a last1ng b1t of confidence
For hard tlmes that are looking stralght at
If you can turn away all thoughts of worry
And ne er concexve a thought to make you
If you can send your happ1ness a saxlmg
And help the other fellow see lt through
The darkest spot that ever would be conquered
Will let the sunny s1de shlne through
If conclsely you re just a ray of sunshlne
And spread your sunny beams afar
Glve good adV1C6 then help the poor and needy
And always show your frlendhness of heart
If you have fa1th 1n those who dearly love you
And trust they ll do thelr best at every
If you belleve ln God and everv goodness
And keep your frlends 1n just a cheerful
If you expect the storm to break tomorrow,
And you re certam theres no sense ln feel
Stra1ghten up and throw your troubles 1n the
For the sun 1S going to shme rlght down
Gladys Howell. '33
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STEELE SPOTLIGHT '
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Sxnce all phenomena XVl'l1Ch have been
sufficxcntly exammed are found to take plac
Wlth regularlty each hav1ng certa1n fixed con
d1t1ons pOSltlV9 and negatlve on the occurrence
of whlch It mvarxablg, happens manklnd haxe
been able to ascertaln the cond1t1ons of the
occurrence of many phenomena and the prog
ress of SCIENCE ma1nly consxsts 1n ascerta1n
mg these condltlons J S M1ll
NEW HONORS FOR DR A F FOERSTE
A new and exceptxonally hxgh honor came to
Professor August F Foerste former Steele
teacher last March He was selected as one
standlng among our leadmg research workers
He IS one of the tWent3 five chosen geologlsts
At present he IS connected wlth the Un1ted
States Museum of Natural Hxstory He IS con
sxdered one of two leadmg author1t1es on foss1ls
throughout the world
Durlng h1s thlrty five years at Steele he
taught sc1ence chemlstry phys1cs and hlstory
Steele IS lndeed fortunate ln havlng had Dr
Foerste as one of 1ts faculty members
The Unlted States uses more than 30000
000000 t1n cans each gear and xet has no t1n
deposxts of real consequence
Modern flood hghtlng has exen reached
Indo Chma where the great Buddhlst shr1ne
now shlnes dazzhngly at nlght
In 3 years smoke ID St Louls vs as reduced
30 per cent
Swed1sh sk1 jumpers may soon trx alummum
sk1s wh1ch we1gh less than half as much as
The world gets 44 000 thunderstorms a day
on the ax erage
Nearly 40 per cent of the people 1n the
Unlted States owe the1r l1v1ng to lndustrles
that d1d not exxst 40 years ago
Strlps of a recently developed non deterxorat
1ng rubber road are to be la1d 1n Penang Straits
Settlements for servlce tests
the average automoblle on a grax el road than
on pavement and one cent more on earth road
than on grax el
As the moon passes over the Atlantlc Ocean
the dlstance between London and Manhattan
stretches 63 feet the result of t1dal pull
Women are super1or to men ln those mental
tasks XVhlCl'l requlre attentlon to d9t3llS and a
qulck adaptat1on to a rap1dl5 changmg sxtuatlon
But men are superlor where qulck responses
are not so lmportant as a grasp of the problem
as a vt hole where It IS necessarx to hold the
attentxon for a prolonged perxod ln order to
carry a thlng through to 1tS loglcal concluslon
These sex dlfferences were obserxed ln the
psx chologlcal laboratorxes of Indlana Um
xerslty Bloomlngton by Dr Hanna M Book
In sc1ence you must not talk before you
know Ru k1n
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The Steele football team of 1932 enjoyed a
very successful season For the first t1me IH
the last eleven years of football compet1t1on
Steele won the c1ty champxonshxp In order
to do th1s three wlns over c1ty rlvals were re
qulred we lost however our last c1ty game
to Stxvers In outside competltlon we mam
ta1ned the same average by wlnnlng three
games and losmg one other
The season vs as started w1th but three reg
ulars returnlng from last year They were Bob
Baker Gene Baker and Manny Red Hollo
peter our coach had to develop almost an en
t1rely nevs team wh1ch he d1d very well In
most of the games the followlng were ln the1r
respectlve posltlons Galle and Grover at the
ends Shnely and Manny at the tackles Fore
man Brlstoyx or Patton at the guards Gene
Baker at center McCray at quarterback
Upton and hoelsher at the halves and Bob
Baker at fullback All of these players along
w1th Huffman Kagner Reynolds Valpey
Daum Bader Ullrlch and Herrman have
rece1y ed letters The prospects for next year S
team are ery brxght
Four member of the team were selected on
the honorary all c1ty team of both paper Bob
Baker was the unan1mous cho1ce for captam
and fullback Erwm Manny llkGW1S8 was a
unanlmous selectlon at one tackle Gene
Baker center and Latta McCray quarterback
were the others from Steele honored ID th1s
way All of the quartet are senxors except
The cancellatlon of two formerly scheduled
games w1th C1nc1nnat1 Elder and Columbus
We t because of the shortened school term
reduced the schedule to seven games An
extra game wxth Oakwood however was
added to overcome th1s d1Hiculty
The first game was Wlth Klser wh1ch was
won after an up h1ll struggle 13 7 K1 er
scored first by means of a pass but Steele came
back to score two touchdowns Bob Baker by
scorlnv tvyo touchdowns was the star of th1s
game The next game was plaved away Steele
losmg to Mlddletown 2.3 0 Steele rece1ved an
early chance to score but passed over th1s
opportunlty Mlddletown scored two touch
downs each half Gene Baker played well ID
the l1ne for Steele
In our second Clty game we played and de
feated Chammade ID a one slded aFfa1r 39 12
Bob Baker ran seventy yards for a touchdown
wh1le Manny played a fine l1ne game Roose
velt the thxrd c1ty school to be met was van
qulshed 7 0 A fumble recovered by Steele
followed by a long run by Hoelsher enabled
Steele to score 1ts touchdown IH the thlrd quar
ter On the l1ne Don Foreman and Galle
play ed yy ell
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The next foe was the first out of town
opponent to be beaten by a Dayton school thus
far in the season The team was Lima Central
and the score was 38 7 Grover played well at
end for Steele as dld Shlvely at tackle
Oakwood was next played and defeated at
Oakwood 9 6 Cook of Oakwood raced for a
touchdown after Steele had kicked off making
the score 6 0 The score remalned at this stage
unt1l Manny blocked an Oakwood punt that
was recovered over the goal line for a safety
valued at two points Steele then put on a last
quarter drive to win Ironton was swamped
62 0 with Bob Baker scoring five touchdowns
Valpey and Hoelsher also contributed with
long scorlng jaunts
The final game of the season was with our
traditional rivals Stlvers On a field so thickly
covered with mud that after the first few
plays the plavers were mdxstinguishable ex
cept for the side on whlch they lined up Steele
was beaten 6 0 Though the aggressors
throughout the entire game Steele failed to
produce a touchdown Stlvers being constant
ly on the defensive found one break and using
it scored the only touchdown of the game An
attempted kick that we fumbled and Stivers
recovered near our goal gave them this oppor
tunxty The punters of both sides mainly
Upton and George gaye good accounts of
themselves On the lme for Steele Manny
Bristow and Gene Baker played wel 1n the
backfield Bob Baker was the sc1nt1llant
Steele scored 168 pomts against 63 points by
the opponents Bob Baker with fifteen touch
downs led the team and the entire city in
scoring by 1 large margin The wonderful
sp1r1t shown by the entire squad enabled Steele
to compile this fine record
Three letter men returned from last years
golf team They were Thlele J Graham and
Kissinger The fourth member of this years
team was F Graham They finished the sea
son in the league by winning three and losing
four The best match displayed by a Steele
play er yy as that of Thiele while defeating Jim
Wall number one man and captain of Cham
made s wlnnlng golf team Graham and Thiele
haye qualified for the city championship
Steeles basketball season was only fairly
successful The team part1c1pated in thirteen
games durmg the regular season winning eight
and losing five In the city championship race
Steele was tied for third winning one game
and losing three others Roosevelt was de
feated but Klser Chammade and Stlvers de
Except for Bob Baker and Hoelsher who
were letter men returning this year s team was
practically a new one The team usually con
sisted of Baker and Hoelsher at the forwards
Reynolds at center and Zweisler and Fisher
at the guards Bristow was a capable reserve
who saw much service Of these SIX Reynolds
scored the most pomts with Baker Hoelsher
and Fisher close behind him All but Baker
and Hoelsher will return next year Substi
tutes were Gene Baker Block Love McCray
FIVE letter men returned from lastyear steam
These five who have reported for practice are
Valpey Lang Dlsslnger Allen and Wardlow
Levinson Cranford and Bloom didnt recelye
letters for their work last year but are con
sidered promising for Steeles track team of
Hoelsher Reynolds Malone and Norman
among others working out daily at MCK1Hl9y
Steele has already won two dual meets
Chammade and Fairyiew have been defeated
meet at Oxford
Meets haye been arranged with
and Oakwood The team will par
in the city meet and in the district
Three letter men returned to Coach Charle
Branms tennis team from last years second
place team They are Iams McCray and
Smlth Newcomers are Brown and Pry or This
team was the pre season favorite to yy1n the
In their first match of the season they were
defeated by hxser 4 1 in an upset yictory
Iams generally regarded the best player in
the circuit was defeated by Kamatchy
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came to our notlce the styles belng dxverse and
the set ups very dlfferent mdeed To you we
submlt the follow1ng surveys for your 1nterest
The Randolph Hlgh School Englewood Oh1o
sends us the Sprlng ed1t1on of the1r Sham
rock ThlS Journal bears an attract1ve cox er
decoratlon and front1sp1ece the contents are
unusual for a h1gh school magaz1ne Two pages
are devoted to puzzles one a crossword puzzle
w1th school subJects for answers Cartoons
are profusely dlstrlbuted and these along w1th
the clever ed1tor1als and Jokes compr1se a very
engag1ng book The staff of the Shamrock
mer1t much commendatlon for the1r fine work
on th1s ed1t1on
From Wlntfy Aberdeen South Dakota comes
the Blue and Gold a publ1cat1on of Central
H1gh School there The ed1t1on asserts that It
IS the only pr1nted weekly h1gh school paper
IH the State Th1S IS surpr1s1ng but the Blue
and Gold has comb1ned 1n lt the talent of a
thoughtful and able staff One ed1tor1al w1th
the t1tle Get Gomg made a good 1mpress1on
The art1cle IS very st1rr1ng and stresses the ne
C8SS1ty of regard1ng the future w1th a confident
att1tude Neatness and or1g1nal1ty mark the
Blue and Gold as a worth whlle paper and
1tS staff should reach great he1ghts Wlth It
'The Oak Leaf," from our ne1ghbor Oak
wood Hlgh School, has been brought to our
notlce It IS, as many of you know, a snappy
and compact Journal. full of news The
Jumor and Semor Hlgh Schools of Oakwood
each has 1tS sect1on 1n "The Oak Leaf " It con
tams along Wlth longer art1cles a number of
Jokes and a novel g0SSlp column The paper
represents a fine 1ngenu1ty among the students
and IS altogether a favorable publ1cat1on
We w1sh to thank the Henry Clay Hlgh
School of Lexmgton Kentucky for sendmg 1n
the commencement ed1t1on of thelr H1 T1mes
We took great pleasure 1n perus ng th1s book
and found It worthy of great approbat1on It
IS a fine example of what can be done by a
Wlde awake h1gh school staff The mam po1nt
1n th1s ISSUE IS the Sen1ors p1ctures each
accompamed by a llne or two of verse as a
farewell note Such a book and 1ts staff w1ll
The most humorous publ1cat1on 1n th1s group
of exchanges comes from Punxsatawney Penn
sylvanla a book not qulte so welghty as the
name of ltS hometown and wh1ch bears the t1tle
of The MIFTOT Much fun was der1ved from
1ts Jokes and our m1rth was 1ncreased by som
of the w1tty art1cles Heres another school
that 1eads Burkes Speech 1n ltS Semor Eng
l1sh One student even wrote a poem on lt
It seems the man who wrote the l1ttle redbook
1S qu1te popular w1th h1gh school Sen1ors or
am I wrongq
The Old Hughes from Hughes Hlgh School
C1nc1nnat1 1mmed1ately draw our attent1on
w1th a cover mounted w1th super dreadnaughts
cru1s1ng the bound1ng mam We soon see that
th1s ed1t1on IS d9dlCat6d entlrely to the navy
The cover. poems, storles, and wr1te ups all
have a naut1cal theme Such an ed1t1on IS un
usual but except1onally pleas1ng as a dev1at1on
from the beaten path Some of the column
heads are as follows "The Log," HWhale
Hunters," "Star F1sh," and "The Cru1ser," so
you see that the effect IS carr1ed through very
well We personally rate the "Old Hughes" as
one of the very best school magaz1nes rev1ewed
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Ted Thompson a member of the Junlor class
at Wooster college was recently elected ecre
tary of the state student councll of the Y M
C A XVl'1lCl'1 IS compo ed of representatlyes of
all Y organlzatlons of the state The councll
acts as a central plannlng board to unlfy the
work throughout the state and also publlshes
an assoclatlon paper known as the Ohlo Inter
In a recent poll taken at Wlttenberg college
by the college humor magazlne The Torch
and Wltt Howard Kany was lncluded ln the
ten most popular men Rose Manny was
chosen among the most popular glrls at the
James Born 32 a freshman at Ohlo State
unlverslty has recently been elected presldent
of Phl Eta Slgma freshman honorary scholastlc
Ohlo State unlverslty clalms many Steele
graduates of recent years Among them are
Margaret Runkle Rlchard Shaman M8rV1H
Magazlner Eugene Thal Robert Brusk Marl
anne Hoerner Loul e Smlth Ellzabeth
VValthers James ROb1USOD Rlchard ROblH on
Wllbert Gordon Don Splndler and Dorothy
Lols Cox 31 made the excellent record
of three As and two Bs last emester at
Robert Brundlge 31 was elected treasure
of the freshman clas at Denlson unlverslty
He IS one of the freshman debate squad
Corrlne Ashmun 29 was recently elected
as the second vlce presldent of the Womans
Student Government at Denlson unlverslty
She IS a senlor
Harmon Darrow and Mary Frances Durnell
are contlnulng thelr studles at Denlson
Margaret Cosner '32 and Donalda McDon
ald, 32 are attendlng Bovnllng Green college
Wlltz Gardes '31 recelved an appolntmellt
Don Tlppy. 32 although avx arded a scholar
shlp to a correspondence school and chosen
from last year's Senlor class for the award, IS
now attendlng Y M C A classes
Susan Harbottle, '29, has been elected to
membershlp ln Phl Beta Kappa, natlonal hon
orary scholastlc fraternlty, at Northwestern
unlverslty She was also elected soclal chalr
man of the senlor class and IH that capaclty
led the Senlor Ball Thls IS the most lmportant
UHICC whlch can be held by a senlor glrl at the
Elmer Jolley 31 who holds the Austen
cholarshlp IS maklng excellent progress 1U hls
StUd19 at Northwestern unlverslty
Franklln Shlvely 31 IS taklng a Pre Medlcs
tour e at Northwestern He 15 a member of
Mary Courter 32 pledged Delta Delta Delta
Sam McCray 30 15 a member of the Wlnter
Sports Club and of the Sports Carnlval Com
mlttee Thls IS a very hlgh honor
Word has been recelved from Dartmouth
that Rlchard Gruen 30 and Floyd Panslng
31 have made exceptlonal grades D1Ck IS
the varslty baseball manager
Roger Browne .32 15 maklng hlgh grades
ln the school of archltecture at Mlaml unl
De Alt Blrdsell Wllll8m Webb and Beulah
Scheffer are attendlng Ohl0 UH1V9TS1ty at
Jane Faul Bud StlCk6l and Grace Keator
are attendlng Wlttenberg
Charlotte Fouts Suzannah Brown Anna
Jean Shelton ElO1 e Poock and Helen Harvey
are attendlng Western College for Women
They are especlally actlye ln sports and the
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Flank Brooks IS attendlng Case School of
Wllllam Clarke Apple 31 IS attendlng the
Unlverslty of Alabama
At the UHlV6FS1ty of Clnclnnatl. Charle,
Adams IS dolng excellent work
Rlchard SCh16W6tZ, '31. and Wllllam VIGIS.
31 are malntalnlng excellent scholastlc records
at the UH1V6TSlty of Clnclnnatl, both belng ln
the upper ten of thelr class
Robert Hageman. Jack Lanlch and Nevln
VVagner are attendlng the Unlverslty of Cln
Nancy Mlllette. '29, IS completlng her senlor
year at Oberlln college She IS also studylng
at the Oberlln college of muslc, and recently
accompanled the Glee club on ltS Sprlng tour
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At Purdue the Steele representatlyes now
mclude Ned Jacobl Phll Smlth Raymond
Smlth Henry Kasch Robert Kramer Robert
Dover Nelson George and Jack Cunn1ngham
James Moffat 32 xs at WaShlDgtOH anl
Marlon Hay 31 has rece1ved an appolnt
ment to West Po1nt effectwe next year Mean
whlle he IS cont1nu1ng at the Dayton Art In tl
Judy Bates 31 after attend1ng DICKIHSOH
Secretar1al School now holds a posltlon at the
Chamber of Commerce
Robert S K1tchen 29 a yunlor at Cornell
un1vers1ty was awarded the first prlze 1n the
Balrd Prlze competltlon by the faculty of the
College of Archltecture HIS award was S35
and a gold seal
Celeste Saavedra 31 has been reelected to
the student councll at Mt Holyoke
Stewart W1ll1ams 28 was recently awarded
the Charles Sands medal for unusual work 1n
archltecture at a banquet glven at Cornell un1
xerslty Th1S medal IS gnven only for work of
outstand1ng cal1ber and was awarded to Mr
W1ll1ams for the merlt of h1s deslgn and also
for h1s academxc record whlch was the hlghest
1n h1s class at the un1vers1ty
Roger Imhoff 29 a senxor at Wxttenberg
was recently honored by be1ng 1n1t1ated 1nto
He IS also head of the League of Natlons dele
gat1on wh1ch w1ll meet at Oberl1n college 1n
the sprlng IS a charter member and v1ce pres1
dent of the Wlttenberg chapter of Delta Slgma
Ph1 member of the Blue Key campalgn man
ager of the greater Wlttenberg pol1t1cal party
and IS c1rculat1on manager of The Wltt cam
pu humor pubhcatlon
Our former football stars Pete Evans and
Dean Fowble are cont1nu1ng the good work a
Rxchard Aszhng 32 IS cont1nu1ng Wlth
splendld work at Oberl1n He was awarded a
four year scholarshlp on the Amos C M1ller
June Waddell 32 IS outstandxng 1n her Eng
l1sh work at Oberl1n College She was awarded
a scholarshxp last fall because of her ab1l1ty m
Betty Jane Dunlap 32 after takmv three
years of French at Steele was 1mmed1ateIy
placed 1n fifth year French at Duke un1vers1ty
and IS do1ng good work
Wxlham McCa1n 31 has recovered from a
broken arm rece1ved wh1le earn1ng h1s letter
on the Wooster football team
Steele IS very proud of 1ts delegat1on at De
Pauw Harry Machenhelmer 31 has been
made Advertlsmg Manager of the De Pauw
paper He IS a member of Lamba Chl
Alpha Other members of Lamba Chl Alpha
are Robert Shawen 31 Bert Krug 32
fpledgej W1ll1am Stewart 32 Fred Jaeger
32 and Robert Gardner 32 complete the 11st
of bovs all of whom are mamtammg ther
scholarshlps ln a very sat1sfactory manner
LOUISE Slutz 32 rece1ved one of the few
scholarshlps awarded to glrls She ranks th1rd
1n grades of the freshmen class
Martha McConnaughey 31 IS attendlng the
Unlverslty of Alabama where last year she
was voted the best all around freshman glrl
X71I'g1I113 MOFTIS ett 31 and Betty H1mes
.11 are cont1nu1ng at the UI1lV9FS1ty of Ala
Jayne Whltmer and Jane Garrlson are con
t1nu1ng thelr studles at Stephens College Mo
LOUISE K1sl1g 32 1S enrolled as a freshman
Katherme Funkhouser 29 LS completmg her
Arts Course at M1Ch1gaH She was elected
to the Honorary Mus1c Sororxty Mu Ph1
Jane Reed 32 Jane Stockst1ll 31 and
James Parker 31 are do1ng outstandmg work
at the Unlverslty of M1ch1gan
Sarah Harbottle 31 IS cont1nu1ng to do most
unusual work 1n her Sophomore year at Roll1ns
College Wlnter Park Fla
31 are students at James Mllllkln un1vers1ty
Jane Needam 32 IH cont1nu1ng her studles
at Oh1o Wesleyan has rece1ved a perfect score
1n all subjects and h s been advanced to
Sophomore Enghsh She also made the
Wrlter s Club
Byron Peebles 32 ranks 1n the first fourth
of h1s class at MISSOUTI School of MIHQS
Tom Walker 31 IS attendmv Case School of
Apphed SCIENCE IH Cleveland Ohlo
Kenneth Clark 32 IS do1ng exceptxonal
work at Mlaml and prov1ng h1mse1f well
worthy of h1s scholarshlp
The followmg are also at M1am1 Sue Kohr
Charlotte Wells Betty Hash Charlotte Freer
Louanna Baker Charlotte Clme Mar3or1e
Gelger Stxmson Pryor Don Ihrlg Wa1te Bacon
Bllly Fr1es Mary Jane Selz and Wlnthrop
Others who have sought M1am1 as the seat of
h1gher learnxng are Maralyn Clme Mary
Elxzabeth Propst Martha Osborn Ruth Ply
mate Vlfglnla F r1es Martha Balns Gates
Oblmger Robert Schauer E11nor Lang Dale
Fox Hewltt Harlow Harrlet D111 Agnes
Hersch Jack Dempsey Harry Pelper John
Norwood and Ray Noggle
Martha Osborn 29 was the only glrl student
from Day ton to recelve perfect grades ln every
sub-,ect last semester at M1am1 un1vers1ty
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Hubert Metzger 32 was one of thlrteen
pUp1lS who d1st1ngu1shed themselve at M1am1
He made a perfect score for the last semester
Dorothy Swank IS a member of the sopho
more class at Oh1o State un1yers1ty For hen
stand1ng ln h1Uh scholarsh1p and campus ac
t1Vltl9S she has been made a member of
Gamma chapter of Ph1 Upsllon Om1cron hon
orary soror1ty at the un1vers1ty She IS major
mg m home econom1cs
Jullet Flsher won a scholarsh1p to Bryn
Vlawr for next summer and a scholarsh1p at
Mt Holyoke for her senlor year and the next
summer She was chosen from all the pup1ls
of Mt Holyoke for th1s honor She has been 1'1
Vlted by the college to teach there after finlsh
1ng her college course
Ruth Dysken has been domg sp end1d work
Th1S 1S her thlrd year at Antloch
Charles Cotterman 32 IS completlng a most
successful first year at Ohlo State un1vers1ty
Upon exam1nat1on he has been excused from
Sophomore Enghsh He has ma1nta1ned all
A s m h1s scholast1c studles He 1S mayormg
1n Zoology At present he IS golng out for the
Lou1s Kalter IS on the payroll of Ant1och
College He IS takmg a blrd census around
Antloch and v1c1n1ty Th1S summer he will
act as asslstant professor IH the Alleghany
Nlatule Study Cour e at New York
Harr1et Crebs was a membex of the com
m1ttee nomlnatlng the new officers for Strollers
the leadmg campus dramat1c soc1ety at Ohlo
Loulse Slutz 32 was one of the five fresh
men glrls at De Pauw 1nv1ted 1nto Alphl
Lambda Delta a nat1onal honorary scholastlc
lreshmen sororlty Thlrty elght polnts ale
requlred for 1n1t1at1on 1nto the so1or1ty
LOU1 es grades ay eraged fox ty tvxo pomts
Robert Curry IS p1es1dent of Ph1 Gamma
Delta at Oh1o State
Herman Gershow 32 Donald Heckman 31
and James Bom 32 wexe members of the
COITlI'I1ltt99 wh1ch arlangecl the annual ban
duet for the fxatermtx pledges held lecently
at Ohlo State
Rlchard Shaman 32 xx as chosen as a mem
ber of the cast for a group of Hlllel plays gly en
on the campus at Ohlo State
Bill Bury 31 has been elected to St10ll91
Dramat1c SOC16ty at Ohlo State
M1r1am O ness fo1me1 student of Steee
now 11 year old Scott H1gh School SQHIOI
has been awarded first place 1n the one act
play d1y1s1on of the annual nat1onal compet1
t1on 1n l1terature crafts and usual arts con
ducted by Scholast1c magazme Her ent1y
whlch won a S20 00 pr1ze IS Green Shutters
a play dealmg Wlth bllnd characters and the1r
pllght ln the world
Foster Fryman a student of ours recexx ed
the second h1ghest grade 1n a chem1stry te t
at Wxttenberg College everal weeks ago The
award was a S130 scholarsh1p
Many changes attended the advent of the
new admmlstratxon 1n Steele at the begmmng
of the school year and among these was the
establ1shment of our l1brary on a greatly en
larged DHSIS The department th1s year has
been under the superv1s1on of MISS Maloney
and M1ss Kyle who are able to g1V9 the1r tlme
wholly to the lmprovement of the1r d1v1s1on and
to the ald of puplls apply1ng to them
ACCOFd1Dg to the StHtlSt1CS comp1led by MISS
'Vlaloney an ever 1ncreas1ng number of puplls
IS Clalmlng the l1brar1ans attent1on The aver
age number 1n da1ly attendance has 1ncreased
from 112 35 1n February to 147 2 IH Aprll The
average da1ly c1rculat1on has llk6W1S8 1ncreased
from 35 75 ln February to 47 2 in Aprll Such
a growth of 1nterest cannot be wlthout cause
To meet the greater enthuslasm the number
thousand Among the newer books are to be
found Walkers Rhym1ng D1ct1onary of Eng
l1sh Llterature Posts Etlquette Gardners
Art Through the Ages M1llers World 1n
the A1r Adams March of Democracy
LlVIHg Authors and mnumelable othe1
The Llbrary now has a collect1on of map
sheet mus1c and ylctrola records A permanent
collect1on of magazmes has also been started
Aslde from th1s the llbrarlans and the1r aSS1St
ants haye been busy washlng and shellacmg old
books and catalogumg the ent1re l1brary The
task has not yet been completed but up to datc
about fifteen hundred books have been thus
class1fied 1nclud1ng fictxon travel b1ography
short stor1es and all the new books
We are confident that Steele students need
but V1SIt the l1brary to become aware of 1ts
many adx antages 1n order to ayall themselves
of 1ts 0ppOl'tUHItleS
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A IS fox Alken and Andersons two
As well as for AUSl1D and Apple ill w ho
Are teachers of letters and merxt and mlnd
And keen pusonalltles as students wlll find
The B s seem to haxe 1t as Boldt Barker an
And Bradlex and Bucher and Bramn go down
C IS for Clexcland who Q stu lents w1ll work
Thur hands to the bone just to m tstel then
He dotes on psx chologx science and prlsms
E IS for Eabtman much Latln he knows
E Plurtbus Unums and exen amos
F IS for Flfe w hose accompllshments, clerxcal
Keep us all filed ln arrangement numerxcal
G 18 for Garx er and Gregorx too
The one knows her h1 torx the other her
Of H s we xe plentx beglnnmg wlth Hall
A cendlng to Holmes the chlef of us all
And Elldllig XKlll'l Hunter a do en 1n all
K IS for Kxle who has books for her l1ne
If we dont brlng them back we must hand her
Of Ls we have none but of Ms we haxe
lVIa1l1ng MdltlS 'VIalonex and Mexcr no more
Of Ns wt haxe one MISS Neth as xou x
A teachel of German and one of the be t
Sklppmg 0 P and Q we at last come to R
Reef Rosenthal Roxal and thex re qulte up
Schantz bugler and Semmelman all txt
But Spencer and Stutz are there too none the
Y IS fox Valtcr and VdltHllD9 too
The-5 brlng bualness practlce and fme arts to
Just look at the W s In all we haxe four
Wrlght XVh1tVkOI'tll and Weller and Welcome
Oh we reallx haxe fixe for theres one that IS
For we flllfl that MISS Wolfe IS a W too
Last but not least 15 MISS Zug ao pet1te
Who radlates knowledge from head to her feet
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Whx quotation m nks in this answer
on Bloon ouitesx of the to
Jeanne Edmon WK eitching pu ilist shadow
owl nd ls e IQJI ix ne, h
like th t
Ham 'Webster lhut new nl doesnt seem
Bon Claxton o She didnt p x um
tention to me e ithei
Bu Moriissett I pas ed xouz house
Mit Roger I'h inks aw tully
uid Shelton 1 x u 1 t
eoneeited box he ttei th in the othei kinl
Dorothy No., l,Vhut other kind
Annabelle Buxin ei I thought xou eould
keep cl secret
Ruth Pluek N e I kept it fn C1 we
Wh it do you think I nn 51 eold stoifi e plant
Visitor I nn eolleeting for the poet ho
piteil Wvill xou eontiibute
Bob Leedx W ith pleasure Come nound
Th it s xi ht Miss it the end of the cl ix with un nnhulinee ind
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THIL PRFTZFI WAN
Hes old and hes bent and his hfin 1 quite
He pdtientlx xx ents tor the students taeh cl ix
To buy of him then he turns ilxx ns alone
And shuffles in ix Destin IUUII Unknoxx n
Don Beekei I do hope xou will pardon mx
Cldllelllg on xoui teet
Betty VVood I dont mind XOLII cl ineinf mn
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that dbg,!dX cites me
THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE
That Lses N0
More Current Than
One Ordinary Electric Light Bulb
THE FRIGIDAIRE SALES CCRP
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Rlke Kumler Co Rice Sales 85 Sen ice
Seeond 8.: Hain Sts 121 S Ludlow S'
Daw ton, Ohio Daw ton. Ohio
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Ken Thxele Haxe xou he nd the neu cot We the g,1rls of qteele
Torn nate for oh
IR sung l1XlUIl
Je hn Graham No What 1811
Ken Isnt It rheumatleq
Donn Broun It IS Ullflfllghf the hour
when mlracle happen
Helen Broun I thlnk
Donn There Dxdnt I tell you
'Vhss Bucher What IS the most eommon
impediment 1n the speech of the Amerxcan
Alma VVood Chevung Cum
'WY SCHOOL DAY
Fnst mx Spanlsh elass I mu t attend
A perlod vxhlch seems to nex er end
Grammal translat1on and lots of xerbs
Then questions on thmgs Ixe nex er heard
CIVICS next vxhen teacher xx 1ll y
Well have a five mlnute test todav
Then mx heart glV6S one grand leap
If I had studled and had not sleot
In Enghsh xxe had to vsrxte
Poetr5 fox home work last mght
I vxlsh I knew how one learns
To be a poet l1ke Grax or Burns
After Home Eeonomles I ean go home
But Hrst I take an hour to roam
Through the town and I get home late
Where I must start vs orkmg on my debate
Katherme Kershner 33
Turtle ne ele we 6dICIS
Clark Gable hatels
Patent leathel ha11
Hob na1led shoes
50 '50 dates
We th hexs of Steele n mmm ite for ob
Marlene De1tr1ch t1 ou exs
C old d1ggers
Home made platlnum loelxs
To marleet To market
To bux a bare bone
Home agam Home abam
Your mekel gone
HERE AND THERE
It must be the tough feuds that haxe made
Most of us are xxearln old elothes these
daxs but the UH1f6d States has a Neve Jer
Thex called h1m necessltx at Halxard be
eause he knevx no lam
VVe haxe no shoes to lun
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'VIe thmks that Arthurs Table
As told ln storles old
Is nothlng but a fable X
Of gallant knlghthood bold
You speak of manhood gentle
Most men that I haxe seen
Are gentle onlx when thex
T ilk wlth thelr ehosen queen
Russ Ellls I thought xou sald the depres
sxon was oxer
Fred Crlst It IS all oxer the eountrx
A FINAL SQUIQUE
I must admlt lt does me plque A
When someone s glxen me '1 twxque
On ear or nose or on the blque the Florlst
To haxe some p'1e1fxer squlque Means
Of how I ought to turn mx ehlque Fresh Flowers
To further harm 1n manner mxque
He must thxnle me an utter fuque 3600 E :mth St
But tho a nght Ill nex er slque
Nor ex er show 1 yellow strlque
So next tlme when thls Grlque meets Cnxque
Te lehel How would xou use penance 1n
He ll find out that I am not vuque
Tho he max Cly or beg or shrlque
Martha Cosner I wouldnt use 1t IH
Ill slmplx push l'llIII 1n the e11que
fAnd the Q lb silent as m Ztohm D entenee Id use them to deeorate the walls
of mx loom
V1x1an Hlllm mn What makes het s x her
husband doesnt loxe her 'mx more
Bd,-bdld Dltmel When he left her he Polxeem ln Hex xou Dldnt xou ee that
erossefl the Atl mtxe 1n 'in furpl me but he IQ led light
turned on 1 slow ste amer Bob C l index Sure But I dldnt see xou
Shoe Repairing Hat Cleanmg
Shoe Shmmg Parlors for Ladies and Gents
One Store for Personal Serx lee
PF EIF F ER SHOE REPAIR CO
204 N Mdm St Opp Steele Hlgh
Trx our Klstwlch Toasted Sandwiches at our fountam Thex are hne
Full lme of Toiletries Statlonerx Candles and Clgars
Our Drug Department completelx stocked Prescrlptlons accuratelx hlled
TRAUTMAN 8z KEVE DRUG CO
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tlampled by hOlSL
Bob Badel Hou
o Bloom I shut oft Ie H1611
Claude Car1 tto mother of gnl on whom he s
Lalllng for first tmel Im IVI1 Carl
Mother tcoollyj All ught You max s1t o 1
the steps t1ll another comes alon.,
bob Rothaal Dld anybody dlop a xoll of
bllls w1th a rubber band around lt
Several Volces Yes I d1d
Bob Well I Just pxcked up the lubbex
M1 Marhng What 1S the dlffexence be
tween electrlclty and llghtlllllg
Carlton Thomas You dont have to pax
Albelta Crldel How d1d xou get hel to
beheve such an outrageous Ile
Glenna Tou e I told hex IH strlct confl
HERE AND THERE
Flank Martln doesnt know vt hether to end
h1s glrl flowers ox flower eed
She s the soxt of gnl who can make Xou feel
she s takmg dmnex with you not from wou
What thls school needs 1s gtrls wlth blgger
hearts and smaller appet1tes
Pltman and Gregg Shorthand
All Commercial Branches
Upen All Summer Enter Xng 'llme
Nlonthly Payments Verw low
PREPARE NOW so as to be readv for emplow
ment as soon as business lmproses Those who are
best prepared wxll certalnlw secure the posltlons
Telephone vunte or call for further information
GREATER UAYIUN SHURIHANU SCHUUL
fnend su when vou shoxud hlm that p1CtUlL
Nothlng xeplled the man he just pressed
mx hand m sxlence
Challe Cook I should HQXBI vush to be
Elleen Maxtm Whx noto
Charlie Because Id solta hate to burn
MISS Weller What IS the telm g Xen to the
balls of the feet
Valpey tabsent mmdedlyj Footballs
Haxe xou notlced that the depresslon
to haxe hxt nearlx exexgthlng but the
we haue to pass
Wllllam Astbulx Mx gnl sure lnsulted me
VVeldon Holycross How s thatg
She Sald to me do you dance
I dont ee vxhats so 1HSlllt1I'1U
Wllllam Oh not Well I happened to he
anclng xx 1th he1 at the tlme
Gene Bakel Thele ale onlw txx o klnd o
Bob Baker Vlhat kmdso
Gene Those who are charmm and the
klnd I get
BADER S WAREHOUSE
Cor Mam and Apple
Across from Fairgrounds
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THE LIFE OF A SENIOR
Oh 1 SLHIOI 1t Steele h1 ci l1te of to1l
And slaxes the luelong, mght
Wlth Indth 1nd deb xtew Cxnd othe1 l.L1III1J11
Indeed 11 s 1 te111b1e phbht
Now cl JL1n1o1 dt Steele IS not so 1111 1 p1e-sed
As he 51110138 along the 11111
If 1 sophomoxe s 11fe 18 1 llte t It l1l1ss
s no e use 1111 XVOIIX t
But cl sen1o1 must YVI11.8 C1nd cl SLIHOI rnu-t joke
And cl SLIHO1 must lLt 111s ye IIS
And set 111 example fo1 lesse1 folk
T111 1t 11e 1112 l1o1es h1n1 to te IIN
But C1 81.11101 IS 1e 1111 not II11S1ll 1ted 1n11el1
FOI he 9,l1I'1S much zespect and 1C1rne
And IS ho11o1ed by partlee C1nd tLciS clllfl sueh
Se 11101 s rl 01111 1011s name
Ch 111otte R3 C111 How 1nueh C111 e
Clellx Flftg, eente olen 1 o
Ll 1elxee1 ones
C 1 111otte Good C 1elx 111e cl 11111111
A11 C1ppend11c 1s cl 130111011 of C1 hoolx x1h1e1
nobody xet 1118 d1seove1e.1 of C1111 use
'IQIII Ch 11t1 IIC t111t the Kmg xx 1- 11111 t
orde1 tame wlthout the eonsent of Pdl11dIY1E,I1l
The Roman- Ulcl 1e then 1oC1d5 st1a1ght o
that the BIIUJIIS eould 1101 hlde dIULlI1C1 tht
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A polx gon 15 1 deC1d pdllljt
The plu1C11 of ox IS on gen
Lette1s 111 slopmg tg, pe are 111 hx ste11es
A pC1ntheo11 IS C111 1111n1C11 511111111 to the tlgel
1'1ee xexse IS tht lxlllfl fo1 xxhleh 11111 dont
ll Ulllld Relf t 1 7 J Y OI ld s Ill
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INUIIIIIIY s pC1pe1 s11d F111 todu 1nd to111o1
Get the Best
GOODY GOODY SANDWICHE
Drne Out and Toot Tn 11 Gentle Touts for Serum
Fountaln Sen me
3521 W Thlrd Street
FL 0113, 11 WI L REID
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THE PANTORIUM Inc
Cleanmg and Dyelng
RA 1137 2934 Salem Aye
When Amella Earhart Putnam landed after
her transatlantlc Hlght she recelved th1s rad1o
gram from her dry cleaners Congratulatxons
Knew you d make It We neyer l e
Sorry you cant talk to Mrs Crabber now
she s taklng her beauty sleep
In that case Ill be back IH a couple of
Betty Kllng Whats Bllls last name
Ann Wheeler B111 who
Kay Hostetter Whereya get the T 9
Dxck Hlmes I played on the Steele foot
Ixay Yes but Steele begms w1th an S
Dlck I know 1t I played on the second
Jack Watkms Do you l1ke smoklng
Tad Wh1tmore Ney er smoked one
One thlng you can say for the M1115 brothers
they sure make thlngs hum
Donn Brown It says here that a butcher
found a collar button ln a cow s stomach
Freddle Alexander Thats a lot of bally
hoo How could a cow get under a bedroom
Jack Altenberg I ye been wantlng to dance
w1th y ou 1n the worst way
Betty Whxte fdlsgustedj You are
The centlpede was qulte happy
Untll the frog 1n fun
Sald Pray yvh1ch leg comes after wh1ch"
Thxs ra1sed her mlnd to such a pltch
She lay dlstracted 1n the dltch
Conslderlng how to run
m71ll1S Dxck entermg balbcr shop How long
before I can get a shave Barbcr
Barber looklng at Wlllle Oh ID about two
And then there s the one about the guy wlth
the lnstallment moustache a l1ttle down each
There s one thlng about llstenmg to p0l1t1CHl
speeches over the rad1o It makes you th1nk
that announcers and crooners arent o bad
It Adam camc back to earth todav the only
llilllg that he would recogn17e would be the
Ham Webster I suppose the boss was an
noy ed when you told hxm I was leay mg new'
Ca hler Yes he thought 1t yy as thls week
Certalnly women are mole efF1c1ent than
men Who eyer heard of a man who could
yy 'ash h1s face w 1th mudq
Mr Herrmann Tell me Groyer why
hould a soldler always be ready to dte for
h1s country '7
Courtney Groyer Yes s r you re rlght
Why should he
Across from Steele
Speclallzlng ln STUDENT DESIRE S for Noon Luncheons
Regular Dinners Smglc and Doublc Decker Sandwiches Salads and Fountain Drinks
at Reasonable. Student Prlccs
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Dax ton s Smartest
Restaurant 8: Soda Grlll
24 N Mann Street
Opposite Court Hou e
A candldate IS a date xx1th xour best glrl
A mlrage IS the sport roadster dad promlsed
The stork IS Holland s natlonal blrd
A stone slab guards the body
A bust of Shakespeare IS at the head of the
Shakespeare passed away on the dax he xx as
born on IH 1616 'lt the age of 52
Don Herrman G0 anx mall for me
P O Clerk Whats xour name
Don You ll find It on the enx elope
Josephine Glbbs Mx poems are the ehll
dren of mx braln
Edltor In that ease I xvould urve xou to
send them to a reform school
Jaek Kern The dentlst exammed me and
told me I haxe a large CHNIIX that needs fillm
Edxxm Be xghler Dld he suggest anx pan
IICLIIHI' eour e of studx for lt"
MISS Gregorx What IS affeetlonate 18
Janet Weber An affectxonate p1e IS xx hele
the uppex erust IS stuek on the loxxex
Paul Iam What dld xou haxe fox luneh
Ethel Mlller I had 2 m1lk shake xxmth an
Paul Ah VVho xxa the egg
Bob Haxpex I cant declde xxhethex our
loxe IS the real thlng OI not
Je n TLIIIIGI lVell xxhen xou do Ulxe me
Senxor purchases copv
Turns lmmedlatelx to oxxn photograph
Exammes plcture carefully
Exhlblts It to felloxx ela srnates
Looks for pxcture of The Onlx One
Enraptured gazes longlnglx at It
Seeretlx reads It 1n elass xxhere xt IS hnallx
taken awxx from hlm
Pleads xxlth teaeher xxho returns lt
Opens It lmmedlatelx upon lts reeox ery
Turns agaln to oxvn photograph
Laughs at funny pose of Marx Smlth or
Is flattered upon seelng oxxn poem publ1shed
Goes about proudlx shoxvlng It to ex erx one
Hastens to get The Onlx One s slgnature
Turns for twentleth tlme to oxxn p1cture
Bob Forsberg What shou d llmburger
eheese be m xde out
Mxlton Crab lm Out of doors
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