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JANUARY 14 1935 — Went to school with Art, had French test. went to town bought comb & drill. Louise O.L. was here had "35" Buick swell! had ride "keen swell etc" 1936 — School as usual. test in Eng. home. sprinkled half day. had nap shop. Stalings over. Hart, Dad & I bowled. 108, 129. each had cone, Pary too 1937 — Had test in Eng'r Drwg. had nap. wrote letter. beans. Chem lab from 1 to 6. beans. bull fest. to basketball game. fair. studied 1938 — Missed beans. paid 2 weeks board. to Art fun. dorm. beans. to theatre painted all afternoon 2 banners & stuff. dorm. beans to Chief "Submarine D1" B- "Love on Toast" D. home home late 1939 — Up real late. breakfast. cold out but sunny. raked lawn. Sis & I to store. lunch. built furnace fire. Sis & I to town. California "Suez" B+ & "There goes my heart" B+ home folks to show. Sis & I read. played p pong. Dwight coming tomorrow. JANUARY 15 1935 — Went to school. had English test & Civil Govt test. C.G. was terrible. Came home looked around in shop did lessons 1936 — School as usual. drizzled most of day. to show at school "Naughty Mariette" A- to town got proofs. to Scout Meeting. Sis got me in pack trouble again 1937 — To Chem. did awful. Eng. no gym. beans. started to blow & snow like the dickens. to Eng'r lab. Home with Hubert sure blowing. read some. Mother no feel good. 1938 — Missed beans. to meeting. folded papers took picture of punk parade. dorm. beans. bull fest to work painted alot. 5 P.M. took relief job at Chief everyday now fun. home. bull fest. 1939 — Up late. breakfast. swept & cleaned basement polished p pong table. read paper. read alot. Dwight came over. talked alot. all went for walk. home. had tea. talked. Dad, Dwight Sis & I p pong good to see him.
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