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JANUARY 12 1935- Went to dentist 11:00 looked around downtown had lunch then went to the Star "Murder at the Vanities" Vic Mc Jack OK. & "Kiss & Make Up" Gary Grant 1936- Helped around little fixed walks in shop. sled riding with Carl in shop Chick & I to Farr's got some ice cream home. dinner, radio, lessons. read. 1937 - School again. Draw'g class. wrote couple letters. beans. to Eng's Lab. Mel Burup & I to town, mailed package & letters home beans. tried to study 1938 - Beans. to infirmary. mailed letter. to Art. finished study. home. letter from home beans. to work lot to do. home. got Dwights suit (oxford gray) from home. to Chief. "This way Please" C+. home 1939 - Up early. breakfast. built furnace fire. foggy out. car to Yatcht harbor. started water color of beach. fun talked with Salsaye. to Galileo. lunch. car to town Got cod liver oil. To Dulfer. started copying hotel letterhead. met Dad home together. sup. [[?????]] JANUARY 13 1935 - Went to Sunday School came home looked at paper had dinner fied light in shop Hodges came over took Susie for a ride. 1936 - School again. test Psych. home. had nap. dinner read Pop. Science. listened radio did lessons almost. Mother little sick 1937 - Tried to study Chem. had Chem test no Eng. Person. Hyg. beans. bull fest Johnny & I played for badminton tourney I won! 22-20, 23-21. beans. bull fest. 1938 - Beans. to infirmary. to Art. arranged own study of fruit. dorm. beans. to work errand for Jo. painted. home beans. nap. darned socks. shower. sent laundry 1939 - Up fairly early. breakfast. to town with Dad to Dulfer's. finished copying hotel letterhead. had lunch with Sis Union [[image - square]]. to Dulfers for hour. home. read. nap all dressed. to Bakers for dinner. Mr. B. brot us home. very nice evening
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