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February 11

1935- School as usual ripped up pieces for squares for chess table Came home went out for awhile Sis stayed home had cold

1936- School again. turned another leg for table. home. helped around. read had nap. dinner listened to radio. wrote theme

1937- To art. Geometry. House Constr. & Showcase painting sure fun.  beans. Art lab. to town & to mattinee at Orpheum. "Romeo & Juliet" (A) walked home. no beans. too late painted, & for Nick[[?]]B.

1938 - Missed beans. to Art. sketched from a cast. beans. to theatre painted some worked cutawl home. beans. to Chief for 2 hrs. tried to sketch. home shower

1939 - Up late. breakfast. helped Mother with washing a little. chopped some kindling. helped around little Mother & Sis to town. I cut some scrap. sketched some finished self portrait crummy. folks home. Sis to roller derby. we all sat in kitchen & read. p. pong. read. cold out.

February 12

1935 - Went to school ecthed hot plate did alot on easle. Came home went in shop It tryed to snow. listened to Palmol.

1936 - School as usual. had D.A.R & S.A.R. speechs not so hot. saw Eddie Cantor "Kid Millions" (A-) home dinner. to Scout Meeting fair. home. studies

1937 - Had 2 free hrs painted. to Eng. drew. beans. to Art lab. drew a little on plate. started on a theme. beans. (terrible) Ed out. bull fest. cards. painted

1938 - Beans. swell! read paper. nap. to meeting with Johnny. got check. home. beans. back to theatre painted alot. home. beans. snowed some. to Chief. found $1.! painted. home

1939 - Up real late. read paper. worked on scrap dressed. Margaret Mclellan from Blackfoot & little girl to dinner. Sis & I to station on towsend str. met Bernice Westberg. home. talked alot. all of us played p pong. worked on scrap. bath[[?]]
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