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1935 - Went to Harpers saw trailer marvelous they came up here, then we went to Lin gardens. I skiied swell. took pictures. Bevely came over & skiied with us. Thorne came over (chess).

1936 - School again. Snowed 4" made new program I Theme writing II wood III Astrom IV Mach Shop V Type VI ? town home. outside sled typed.

1937 - School again. Chem. Eng. Personal Hygiene. beans. found results in Vocation Test read. had nap. beans. to smoker. fair. defficient in math. otherwise O.K.

1938 - Beans. infirmary. cleaned & changed about room. to Art. slow. to assembly fair. beans. to theatre. worked alot. got Petty drawing. home beans. to Chief. sketched usherette. home tired

1939 - Up 7.30 breakfast. made lunch. to town with Dad. to Dulfers. worked on pen & ink drwg. till noon. Pierce. going to use it. lunch. Pierce rode me to Flag P. paid $2 for drwg. walked around. home. nap. sup. Sis & I to Opportunity theatre saw them broadcast. interesting


1935 - Went to school sure cold. fixed new program I preparesing. From Copper, Wood, Drwg. Came home when Mrs. Harper was here. did English

1936 - School again. finally got program fixed I Theme. II Wood III Astrom IV Type V M.Sh. VI Auto. H.T. & H. & I to "A Midsummer's Nite Dream" A-. at Paramount

1936 - Studied. to Eng'r Lect. home. studied. beans. to Chem lab. checked in stuff. studied. beans. bull fest. studied Chem from 8:00 to 12:00 for exam

1938 - Missed beans. painted sign. to Art. finished study. beans. to work got alot of swell studies home beans to Chief. home, dressed to Orpheum all employees to Highway Ins I learned to dance! fun

1939 - Up real late. breakfast. dressed. took out furnace & fireplace ashes. chopped up Xmas tree & some wood. stirred bread for Mother. Dad paper. Sis made cookies. lunch. Sis to show. Dad home. to store. read had nap. Sis home. had bite. Petty catalogue. P pong Dad.
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