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FEBRUARY 17 1935- Went to Sunday School Rest of family went church & callin Scott Morgan & family came over all looked the same had a little girl 1936- School again. got 32 out of 40 on Astron. test walked with J.J. Art won 1lb. choc. at Art's store home nap. dinner. Strauser over chess [[sketch of sun]] 1937- Started writing letter. to Art. Eng. had good lecture in Hygiene. beans. to Geometry lab. home. shaved. beans. to gym volley ball. wrote letter. painted 1938- Missed beans. painted signs for 1 K. to Art sketched some. to assembly. play. fair. beans. to theatre. more painting. home. beans to Chief saw "Wise Girl" B+ painted saw "David Farum" B+. 1939- Up 7.45. breakfast. Sis off early to D. Maggnin. to Dulfers. Pierre didn't show up till about 2. I fooled around lunch. walked around town. Dulfer again worked a little. met Dad came home together. sup. Dad & I to town to see World Fair Premiere parade swell. people solid from Civic Center to Ferry. FEBRUARY 18 1935- Went to school finished easle went to dentist Art carried easle ½ way home. Sis sure tickled Went over to Art's Came home. 1936- School again. got comb. home. in shop. dinner listened to radio. lessons. [[sketch of penny]] = The New Penny. 1937- Nielson didn't come 1st period. to Geom, House Cons. Poster painting. beans. to Art lab until 5:00. honed fest. beans. to room had nap. painted some. 1938- Missed beans again. darned sock. to infirmary. sent laundry. to Art. sketched. try water colors. fun. beans. to theatre. painted some. beans. to Chief. about same home shower. 1939 - Up late. breakfast. made bed. to store for Mother dressed. bus to ferry bldg. to Premiere opening of Golden Gate International exposition 50¢. tremendous. walked around for 6 hours saw Sally Rands Nude Ranch. fair took pictures of fair. over 90,000 there up to 6 P.M. left then home around 7 P.M. sure tired
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