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JANUARY 18

1935 — No school. helped Mother, went 
to dentist had tooth filled. Harpers 
came over  Mr. H. Dad & I went bowling  
did fine, 1st game 108, 2nd 111, swell time

1936 — Helped Mother  typed some more  
sleigh ski riding  shoveled snow. to town 
to Rialto  to "In Old Kentucky" A 
walked home helped fellow WIT [[with]] car.

1937 — Chem. lecture to Eng. studied  
beans. had Lab test in chem. beans. Jim 
Melvin Bureep, Bowser & I to Orpheum saw 
Sonja Heine "One in A Million" A++++ best show

1938 — Beans. delivered 2 signs to Morten. $1.- to Art lab. not much doing. dorm. beans. to work  
painted alot. home beans with hashers. to 
Chief  have to wear cap with uniform. home

1939 — Up early. breakfast. made lunch. to town. to Dulfer  sketched Cliff house. got tracing paper. to Galileo. Commission class. worked on layout. to sketch class. did fairly well. home. sup. stretched watercolor paper. practiced pen & ink.

JANUARY 19

1935 — Sat. went in shop. Snowed a 
lot. Susie & I went to State, Fred 
March in "Affairs of Cellini" & Return of 
Terror", both good shows we, had soda

1936 — Helped around home. sleigh 
riding with Bud. in shop. dinner 
folks went out, in shop. sled again 
listened to radio  typed some.

1937 — Studied une peu. to Eng'r lect. slept 
bull fest. beans. to Eng'r drawing. got 
paper. new seating & Beaury. Oscar, Jim, Becker, Shy, Bowser, I, Busup, & Dunk studied Chem

1938 — Beans. to infirmary. snowed some 
painted sign. to Art. did some. beans. to 
theatre painted: (had first kis.) home. beans 
to Chief. saw "No Time to Marry" C & "Sergeant Murphy" C

1939 — Up early. breakfast. made lunch. helped with dishes  ran for bus. to yatch harbor. cold as deuce. started another painting. good start. lunch. car to town. to Dulfer. working on Cliff house. pen & ink. home. sup. radio. p pong. Dad. tired

Transcription Notes:
"In Old Kentucky" A: Note that Hammersley grades the films he has seen and writes it above the title. This gets an A grade. The film further down the page is A++++.

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