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JANUARY 16

1935- Went to school. Got A on Civil Gov't notebook. Went downtown bought rubber plug, found some inlaid pieces. Got C- in French test.

1936- School again got more maple. repot cards. Exp. B Wood A, A, Boleh [[?]] B- Type. B+ Psych. B. home. shop. read. radio I fixed Dad's ankle.

1937- Up late. helped Mother tools package to station. wind blew terrific all day. lunch Dad & I to Turner Farm. nap. Bob over. I went with to Delzer's. showed them printing

1938- Missed beans up at 10:30. dressed read paper. started letter. beans. bull fest alot finished letter. to Chief biggest crowd ever saw lobby & me floor. packed. standing outside. home fix [[? plag]]  

1939 - Up early. breakfast. to town. to Dulfers. made letterhead for Florist. To Galileo Commercial art. [[slidded?]] layouts. to sketchclass. fair. home. read paper Mr. Miller to supper. good to see him. played p pong. chess with Dad. talked. read. swell day.

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JANUARY 17

1935- Went to school got report card purty good. Went down town bought socket & some tape. Came home, Art came over returned my A. S W care played games

1936- Snowed 11" shoveled walks. typed some for Mother. little sled riding down to South High. "Scout Annual Meeting" helped around 7 1/2 hrs.

1937- Up late. wind blew all nite. got some of my tools in. weather stripped a door. helped around. out a little with Chan. wrote to Art. to dorm with Hubert. couldn't study

1938- Missed beans. to Crandal's office. to Art lab 2 minutes had haircut at Tony's. home signs to do for Mother. beans. snowed & blew alot. to work painted home beans with [[? hadrers doorman at]] Chief [[home?]]

1939- Up early breakfast. to town with Dad. to Yacht harbor. tide was in had to wait 2 hours before I finished painting. [[? touch]] to town. Got pipe for U Eric to Dulfers. came home. sup. fixed package to Eric
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