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JANUARY 26

1935- Saturday chopped wood then went to show with Jack Shade. At State. The Gentelman Last & "Dragon Murder Case."

1936- Sunday. took car to Miss White 1551 Sherman Ave. going to make her a table walked home. boy! some walk! sled read radio, typed two sheets

1937- To Chem exam. Flunked flat. home read. beans. painted Ed's name & Yon trombons case. corrected few paper. beans. bull fest. took shower

1938- Missed beans. slept to 10. bull fest. to beans, to town exchanged shirt bot another at Blocks. & socks & bow tie. Theatre. couldn't paint at all home beans. to Cheif rode around with Roulette

1939- Up early. breakfast. made lunch. helped around Dad & I bus. I to to Japanese tea gardens. painted alittle sure cold. lunch. to Dulfers. Van (salesman) & I over across bridge to Oakland [[?]] time. I sketched hotel. [[?]] home sup I made monogram for Professional art mag. [[image box around A]] bed late

JANUARY 27

1935- Sunday cleaned shop real good. Jack S & Bud & I went to Judge Mena. orial basketball game. then walked to town had soda walked home Harpers here

1936- School again again tea la - - bought some gum wood 2"x2"x10' - 60ยข home. finished typing thing for mother thank goodness. radio

1937- Up. shoveled walks. beans. horsed around. beans. bull fest. wrote to Mother, nap. drew 2 hrs. beans. held Ed correct papers 2 hrs.

1938- Beans. cold out funny not to have snow to Art for 2 hrs. sketched. beans. to theatre painted stage show card home. beans. bot some rolls from little boy. to Chief. saw Gribbens

1939- Up rather late. Mother still sick. rained most of day. breakfast. made lunch. to Dulfer. worked all morning. lunch. to Dads office. ordered 2 [[image - triangle]]s. had my Argus finder fixed. back to Dulfers. till 5. bot cod liver oil. home. sup. radio. rolled 3 rolls film 

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