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February 13
1935- School as usual. Came home Mrs Harper & Patsie were here. Went in shop. Art & I went to Sea Scout. B. Hauptman guilty

1936- School as usual. had fair assembly. stayed after school & typed. snowed all evening. got suede watch strap a Z.C.'s home nap. dinner, radio, lessons

1937 - To Geometry lab. finished 2nd plate. to room got all packed. beans. to town. Got candy for Mother. train home. looked at magazines & paper. nap. dinner. Mother set out cards. read.

1938- Beans. swell. read paper. took 2 pictures of Dina. nap. dressed. to beans. read wrote ltter home. bike to Chief. crowded saw part of it took roll of film in home. [[?]]

1939 - Up early. breakfast with Mother & Dad. made a lunch. to town with Dad. to Dulfers. not much. to commercial class. applying color to layout. sure fun. lunch. to sketch class. not much. home. Bernice to Berkley. sup. talk. radio. Bernice back. talked all evening. getting sore throat.  

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FEBRUARY 14

1935 - Went to school did some more on my vase. Came home got Red & Black Went game b.b. WB vs EB,- W-26, E-13 WA vs EA, WA-20, EA-33 West has championship

1936 - School again. test in Astronomy. home. dinner. We called walked to town. Dad bowling. we to Star "Glass Key A" & Farmer Takes a wife." snowed

1937 - Up late. wind blew pretty hard. cut wood read. Mr. & Mrs. Guyn over. looked thru magazines. read. had tea. good to be home. package from Sis. train to Pocy. walked to dorm. fested. painted 

1938 - Missed beans. haircut. to infirmary. painted sign. beans. town mailed package. band & theatre painted little. home snowed alot. saw "It's Love I'm After." B beans. Chief. saw at Capitol "Captains Courageous" A

1939 - Up early. breakfast. read paper. no school on account of opening day of "fair fiesta. talked with Bernice. to town saw parade. quite long & pretty good. to Dulfer. had lunch. worked some. had haircut on market st 50[[cents]]. good. home. swell dinner. dishes. Bernice, Dad Sis to D p pong. I read
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