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JANUARY 6

1935 - Went to Sunday School the rest of family took down the Xmas tree came home looked at paper had nap, had supper Allan L. called for Sis to take care of baby

1936 - To school about the same home. to Lynsies with Jackie. home finished Tarzan book. dinner. shop radio. lessons. wrote petit letter

1937 - Shoveled my part of walls. to Chem, Eng. Person Hyg. beans. wrote letter to gym. town with Partner. home beans bullfest got my pen back spelt name wrong

1938 - Beans. won. got a ledger now. to Art painted alittle. dorm. beans. to theatre painted alot saw "Damsel in Distress" A. to do me beans. to theatre again painted date strips watched also.

1939 - Up late breakfast. shaved. made furnace fire & lunch.  to town Dulfers. finished letterhead (my first redesigned one). lunch. talked with Pierre rest of afternoon. to Dad's office. we walked around. little read. car home. sup. tired. Sis to see broadcast. I tried my pipe.

JANUARY 7

1935 - Went to school as usual, test in Civil Gov't got (74) Came home on car, had dinner sharpened my knifes thats all

1936 - School as usual home. down to Trib bldg. tried to get job office boy. met Ami Vaughn Hammond. home. dinner radio. little of lessons

1937 - School again no class in Eng' lect had a swell assembly (a play) beans Chem lab till 6:00. beans. tried to study bullfesting can't seem to study anymore

1938 - Beans. to Art. didn't do much. dorm  letter from home. beans. to work painted alot. home beans. back down to theatre painted some. to Chief. home. wrote letter shower

1939 - Up late. breakfast. dressed. scraped cotton snow from windows. [[strikethrough]] he and [[/strikethrough]] built furnace fire. helped around a little lunch. wrote to Uncle Eric. Sis & I to town. to Palace market to California. " Drums" A. & "Stablemates" B. home. tea. read Esq.
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