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FEBRUARY 9

1935- Saturday went in shop Sis & I went to town I went to the Star Shirley Temple, Gary C. Carol L. in "Now & Forever" & Cary G in "Ladies should Listen". (A+) swell! Thorne & Les were over. 

1936- Sunday helped around house rode on Jock's bob sled use sled. drew had nap. had buffet dinner, hot dogs. M.D.&S. for walk. I drew. radio

1937- To House Construction lab. had fair assembly. drew horse head in Art. furn. to room. beans. Jim Paschle & I to gym. mixed sports. home wrote theme.

1938- Missed beans. to Art. finished study. dorm beans. theatre painted. home beans. shaved to Chief. walked around. saw "Love is a Headache" B & special preview of "In Old Chicago" for 15 cents.

1939- Up 8. breakfast stirred bread for Mother. to town with Sis. to Galileo. Allman talked some on color. rained today to Dulfer ny Devonshire sketch sold. 50,000 note heads. boy k worked on show dog. home. Mr. Vandell from Dad's office to dinner. nice guy. played p ong. worked on drasel pen & ink. 

February 10

1935 - Sunday went in shop for awhile had dinner. Mother & Dad went calling Susie went out. I went in shop. Mildred & Jack were over.

1936 - School again. home. helped around. did lessons had dinner. Sis to Kukeburg hall we listened to radio

1937 - Read hygiene to Art, Eng. and Personal hygiene. beans to Geometry lab. to town got haircut, paper, bow ties 15 cents ties to dorm.  turkey for dinner. cleaned room & stuff

1938 - Missed beans. to Art sketched all morning. home beans. cleaned room. to town painted. broke key chain had it fixed home beans back. painted. saw "Stand In" B+ home. back again

1939 - Up before 8. breakfast made lunch. to town with Sis to Dulfers. finished pen & ink drwg. of chow dog. had lunch got check for $5.15. mounted dog on card with type ready for reproduction. quit 5 P.M. (Pope Pius died today). home. sup Mother got her upper plate she kinds sick. I read. some. felt punk
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