Winding up this month's little half and half miniseries, here's another variation from the Castle Assistants, as published in Dance Mad in 1914. This one even has a name, the scroll, as well as a number ("Step 2"). It's essentially a slow-motion grapevine step changing once per bar rather than on every beat, very similar in conception to the 1930s "about face waltz" described here, which has the pattern of one bar of traveling followed by one bar to change the direction each dancer is facing, with the lady and gentleman always facing opposite directions.
The scroll uses the basic half and half step sequence (stepping on the first, fourth, and fifth beats of each bar) done in promenade position, as described in my half and half overview here, with the dancers facing opposite directions and traveling for two bars before pivoting. The change of direction occupies only a partial bar rather than the full bar of the about face waltz.