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JANUARY [[strikethrough]] 24 [/strikethrough]] 25 1935 Went to school. 4:00 went to dentist Came home. Mr Harper called for us Dad & I went bowling did purty good, 1st game (90), 2nd (128) 1936 - Helped Mother. sleigh riding with Bud. Norma. Lilian, & Sis skiing. I to town Rialto "3 Musketeers" A "Way down East" A+. Swell pictures 1937 - Po beans. tried to study Chem. beans. to Eng'r Drw'g. for 3 hours. to room. studied. beans. made 25¢ punch on board for radio. tried to study for exam 1938 - missed beans. but breakfast. collected some money. to Art for little while. beans. to work lot to do. but shirt & socks. home beans. to Chief painted till 11 at theatre. home. tired 1939 - Up early. breakfast. made lunch Mother ill. 2 to Dulfers. finished sketch. there to 12. to commercial class bout same. lunch. to sketch class. made one fair one. to S.F. museum & art exhibit of water colors. swell. home. sup. Joe Luis won fight. JP Ponce. JANUARY [[strikethrough]] 25 [[/strikethrough]] 24 1935 Went to school fixed permanent program saw East West C teams play after school West beat 36-21 then came home. 1936 School as usual. had fair assembly. town got some gum home shop. dinners. Mrs. Christionsens had baby girl. Dad went bowling. 1937 - Up late. to beans. looked a funnies. lolled around. found knife. bull fest. beans. room. rearranged room. made lampshade for center light. tried to study 1938 - Up at 10. started on letter. to beans finished letter to work. got bookings did little painting. home. beans. to Chief saw part of show at Orpheum. home. studied little 1939 - Up early breakfast. to store for Mother to Galileo got paints. to Yatch harbor with Sakaye. painted some sure windy & cold. lunch. back to Galileo to Flax bot Allman palette (brdse porielen one this morning). to Dulfer. pen & ink sketch still. met Dad & Sis home. sup. nap. finished painting.
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