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January 22

1935- Went to school, started on tray in copper. Walked home with Art fooled around in store on E-st. Came home listened to the Grace Moore & others

1936- School again. about same to town got [[strikethrough]] some [[/strikethrough]] a pair of coveralls. at Auerbachs. to Dad's office got swell padlock. home nap. Dad & I to chess Meet at [[image of a house]]

1937- School. had Chem test got 46. To Eng studied. beans. to Eng'r Drw'g. to Personal Hygiene test home beans. studied for Eng exam. lost knife.

1938- Got to bed 4:30 this morning. up at 10. to meeting got raise! now get $10 per week. home beans. to theatre 3 boys & I cleaned Art room tired. home beans. to Chief 2 hrs. painted till 11:30 to Chief previous. "The Buccaneer/ A+

1939- Up late. had breakfast. dressed. Sis went roller skating at beach. I read paper. & Esquire. shined shoes stretched paper. Sis home. then folks went for walk. I tried painting self portrait. radio. heard new program the O with  Ronald Coldman. read. played ping pong. Sis & Dad

January 23

1935- Went to school got program all twisted. Came home with Art on car. Took a nap had dinner, did lessons. 

1936- School as usual about same. Astronomy a lot of fun to town bote note book & candy home. typed another page

1937- Had Eng. final from 8:30 to 12:00 sure tuff. beans. corrected paper. to town met Dad we shopped got sweater. beans.  town will, [?mull Balch?]   "Arizona Mahoney" C, "Wanted Mary Turner" C. 

1938- Got in 2:45.A.M woke up at 11:35 up at 12:30 up dressed to dinner. fooled around started letter had 2 hr nap. to Chief 2 hrs. looked ata few shows. home letter. shower bed 12:30

1939- Up early. breakfast. made lunch to town. to Dulfers. started another pen & ink sketch. to Galileo. to Commercial art. slow to sketch class slow. swell day home. radio (George Arliss) sup. dishes. sis & I to Lolas I sawed some legs off a bed. home. read smoked little

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