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FEBRUARY 21

1935 - School. had fair assembly DAR SAR. speeches got B- French test We had Harpers at dinner played cards & dart game had swell time.

1936 - School again. had Fort Douglas swell test in machine shop. town. looked at new Walgreen drugstore. swell. home nap. Auntie Marg over to dinner.

1937 - Up late. breakfast. Mother to church. took Chan for little walk. he didn't feel so hot. red alot. We all for walk. Mrs. Miller over. drifts are immense & solid. 5:00 tea. read. radio.

1938 - Missed beans. worked on sign all morning a masterpiece. plaid background. beans. delivered sign. sent Real silk socks back & latter to theatre. painted alot. home beans. To Chicks.

1939 - Up kinda late. breakfast. rushed around. bus with Sis to Park. Tea Garden started painting. bus to town. to Dulfer. worked on label. met Sis & we to California "Cowboy & Lady" A. & "Annabella takes tour" E (stunk) Sis took pic of Magnin


FEBRUARY 22

1935 - Marched in parade Washington birthday went to Star "Dames" & "The Grand Canary" Warner Bax fair. walked home. wrote letter F.B.C.G.

1936 - WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. helped around home. taxi to town all to Orpheum. "The Music Goes Round" B+ "Hell Ship Morgan" C+. home. at Snel ice cream

1937 - Up late. helped around. thawed alot. played with Chan. to Delzers. had little dinner. read some. got things ready. train to Pocy. Walked to dorm. fest [[?]] pen

1938 - Up late. beans at 9:10. new tables again. painted sign all morning. beans at 1: to theater. painted alot. home. late took some picture to Chief. more pictures home. Blaine back

1939 - Up late. breakfast. dressed. inked in job for Pierre to be sent to Oakland. all ready & left on bus to town. I took envelope to Greyhound bus. to Exposition headqts. bot student tickets to ferry met folks. all to fair grounds. walked around from 2 to 7.30 saw big clipper take off. Sis & I saw "Stella" painting. swell. home around 8.30. all tired. red. bath.
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