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1935-Went to school then walked to town with Art. Got swell (75¢) pocket knife at Sears. Then I came with Dad home. Stella called

1936 - Helped around home. James, Chic & I to Sugar Loaf. snowed alot. came home. had nap all of us. Dad came home. typed little. read. radio

1937 - Up late. helped around. snowed alot. walk with Sis [[strikethrough]] Luthies over. [[/strikethrough]] Sis packed her things. dinner. nap. to station saw Susie off. on 5:44 train. Mother broken up

1938 - Up early. breakfast. Dad & Susie took me to ferry. left 8:30. had fair. trip. thru Reno. had fair night. train crowded took a few pictures

1939 - Up late. breakfast. built fireplace & furnace fires. took out ashes, stirred bread. mowed front lawn. Dad home dinner. out in garden with Dad & my p pong. Rose bowl games - Duke-3 S.C.-7 read Esq. all afternoon & eve. tea. radio

1935 - Went to school as usual bought another knife from a kid (10¢) Came home chopped kindling talked to P.S.M. about graduation.

1936- Helped around home. fixed skiis. I to Sugar Loaf didn't enjoy it very much home. nap Dad bowled. read. radio.

1937 - Up fairly late. helped take Xmas tree down helped around. Dad & I to store. dinner. got all my things packed. to Pocky wit Hub. got Parkers pen

1938 - In Orden about 7 A.M. left 9:40. read some. slept. in Poky 1:30 P.M. Johnny cab to dorm. unpacked to theatre. kinda good to be back. homesick a little. 

1939-Up early. breakfast. car to Galileo. met Sakaye. We saw Ackman & got our 6 units OK'd. registered. took us all morn. lunch. Sakaye took me to Market str. walked to Dulfer. worked to 5. home sup. Dad late. studied. radio

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1939 Rose Bowl was Duke vs. University of Southern California.

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