Shorewood Sentinel

Shorewood_Sentinel_April_1962.pdf

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The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten) 725-2973 April 7-13, 1962 Vol. 2 No. 16 EDITORIAL A. Blaser WE HAVE A DUTY! (handwritten) With two elections coming this week, it is the duty of every American citizen to go to the polls and cast their vote for the candidate of their choice. Too many persons do not “take the time” to vote and then gripes because the “wrong” person is doing the job all wrong, and if their favorite had “gotten” in everything would be just fine. But did they help get “their man” into office?

Shorewood_Sentinel_May_1962.pdf

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The Shorewood Sentinel 10 cents (handwritten) 725-2973 May 5-11, 1962 Vol. 2 No. 19 Recently, I and a good many others spent a most enjoyable two and one-half hours. Where? Well- at the Tons of Talent Show at the school, Saturday evening. The show was staged by the P.T.O. as their big fundraiser of the year. If they didn’t raise any money, they sure raised the spirits of a few hundred persons. The show, written and directed by Vivian Cypcar, was a “take off” on three television shows, Art Linkletter, Ed Sullivan, and the Miss America Pageant.

Shorewood_Sentinel_June_1962.pdf

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The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten) 725-2973 June 2-8, 1962 Vol. II No. 23 SCHOOL’S OUT – VACATION TIME IS HERE Did you ever think about the time you were in school, mainly when that last bell of the school year rang. You, and me and a host (or mob) of kids came out the doors, shirtails (sic) flying like it was a canon blast, set of (sic) by the teachers, instead of a bell. I had a teacher one time who cried the last day of school. I don’t believe to this day it was because she would miss us for those three months.

Shorewood_Sentinel_July_1962.pdf

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The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten) 725-2973 July 7-13, 1962 Vol. 3 No. 2 Streets – Drivers & Children! (handwritten) Soon, it appears, we will have good streets. But does this mean that Turtle Street and West Shore Drive, and others will again become the “race track” they were before the holes and ruts were made and developed? I have heard it said, from 4 or 5 families, with small children, mine included, that they are in danger every time that the fire siren goes off, not to mention other cars who use the streets.