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Shorewood students begin to
discover their interests and their
talents as soon as they learn
their way around the buildings.
A broad variety oi co-curricu-
lars, designed to attract every
interest ot the individual, ap-
peals to the alert minds ot the
seventh and eighth graders.
After tive years together, the
members ol Girl Scout Troop
392 received their first class
badges at a banquet April 8th.
Led by Mrs. Raymond Gross,
better known as "Captain
Krick" to the scouts, this troop
is the first ot more to come.
ln the musical tield, band, or-
chestra, and boys' and girls'
glee clubs are ottered for vo-
cal and instrumental participa-
tion. Here embryonic musicians
receive a taste ot real coopera-
tion in the metric and harmonic
The dramatic clubs are or-
ganized in such a way that
groups work on pantomine, ra-
dio, staging, and plays which
they present to their classmates.
Art classes, organized this
year as a junior high co-curric-
ular, attracted 45 boys and girls.
Under Miss lohann's tutelage,
the students have done self-por-
traits, painted suggested situa-
tions, and worked with clay.
Five ot these self-portraits were
entered in the Helen Farnsworth
Mears contest for eighth grad-
From these co-curriculars, a
strong nucleus tor senior high
activities is insured.”