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JANUARY 28
1935 - Went to school got wood for chess table started to plane it. Came home Mrs. Ryser & Mrs. Collins & her mother came over.

1936 - School as usual machineshop alot of fun. After school walked to town to Star A "Ginger" B- "Star of Midnite." home. Mr. Strauser played chess and talked to [[??]]. 

1937 - Beans. read some studied in pew. beans. Ed went home. had nap. drew on plate beans. Mel & I printed little. studied for Eng's lecture test with Hap. took shower

1938 - Missed beans. up at 10. shined shoes darned socks etc. to beans. to theatre painted alot home beans. to Chief to Art room painted to preview at Chief of "Happy Landing." Henie and

1939 - Up late. breakfast. helped with washing. read paper. Sis out. I had lunch. dressed. to town. Dulfer locked but some stuff. home. bot flowers for Mother. Dad & I to Alexandria. A "The Citadel" & B- "Service DeLuxe" home late Mother saw a doc. today her ears were cleaned out.

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JANUARY 29
1935 - Went to school almost finished tray in copper. bought a smock for $1.83 Came home went out played Mrs. Copsul came over.

1936 - School as usual. home had nap. dinner. to town Scout Meeting. Bob Burnun took me for a ride in new 36 Buick 80 m.p.h.

1937 - Up at 8:15 Eng's Lect. exam 8:30. wasn't bad. drew a little. beans. to town. took 1:30 bus home. sure good (to get home drawing board (23x31) + tackle left here. nap. dinner. read.

1938 - Missed beans. to theatre meeting painted sign got check. had snowed 1/2" home beans. to theatre saw stage show at Chief. painted some home beans shaved. to Chief. painted. home

1939 - All of us up late. breakfast. dishes. read paper. starting filing scrap. lots of fun. worked with that to 4. Sis & for walk. rained all day. back. pasted articles in book. scrap rest of evening. radio shined shoes. did alot today very enjoyable
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