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JANUARY 8

1935 - Went to school as usual As soon as I came home I went to sleep had dinner listened to Grace Moore & Palmolive - then did lessons 

1936 - School again. got Popular Science. car book slip. Dad's office home. dinner. to Scout Meeting 10 there. studied first aid. home

1937 - To Chem class. (worse every time.), Eng & gym. played badminton. (sure fun). beans. to Eng'r Lab. town to Orpheum "The General Died at Dawn", A+ & "One Way Passage" C bus home. sure cold.

1938 - Missed beans. to infirmary. dressed to Chief meeting got 2 checks (7.42 & 2.25) home beans. to Strand as doorman. off 5:30. beans back at 6:30. got rather tired. out 11:30 home 12.

1939 - Up late. Sunday. breakfast Mother & Dad to unity church (Mooney parade today). I read paper. Sis & I had lunch on back lawn. Lotta & Kay & Sis went roller skating. I wrote letter to Auntie Maude folks home. I read. had tea listened to radio. read Esq. got stuff ready for school. 

JANUARY 9

1935 - Went to school. Saw new sub for P.S.M. Came home chopped wood. Oh yes had terrible test in Trig. Then did my lessons - 

1936 - School again. got some pine made stretcher for Sis, got celotex. home. had haircut dinner. radio did lessons, made Sis a palette

1937 - Up late. helped Mother. Mr. Daper took Dad & Mother to Pocey & back. I had nap. to store. tea. Dad printed pictures We all read. sure cold. 34 below this morning

1937 - Up late. to beans. in lobby. read papers. fooled around. rested. dressed. to Strand opened up. saw same shows again off 5:30 lunch down town. back to work closed 11:15

1939 - Up early. breakfast. car to town. to Dulfers till 11. To Galileo. Talked with Ealse couple hrs. sat in sun on roof. lunch. to sketch class. talked. put stuff in locker showed Alhman letterhead. [[strikethrough]] but [[/strikethrough]] to Dads office. came home together tired. sup. radio. read Esley. smoked little









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Q: I cannot tell if the "beans" is correct or not A: yes beans is correct this man is in love with his beans

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