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February 23
1935 - Went in shop had a haircut we all had a nap Lenee came had tea. Mother Sis & " " had a walk we read

1936 - Sunday. Dad, Mother & Sis to church. I stayed home in shop. read paper. dinner. shop. sun out. studied S.C. Manual. Astron. radio. snowed

1937- changed tables in beanry again. to House Const & Showcard. beans. to town & got pastells to Art lab. home nap. beans to library with Burrup. tried to write theme

1938 - To beans. infirmary got cold shot. I weighed 138 lbs. to Art. sketched + fooled around. beans. to theatre. painted alot home beans. got box of eats from home. to Chief.

1939 - Up 7.45. breakfast. dressed. bus with Sis. I to Rule[[?]] Tea Gardens. enjoyed painting. to De Young Museum for 2 minutes. lunch. to town & Dulfers. Jim (guy on large prey) cut me alot of newsstocks. worked on wrapper. home with Dad. sup Sis got gardenia from Clary for ballet. I fired stove.

February 24
1935 - Helped around house. worked alot on stamps. had big dinner. The Sckipper came over did lessons. studied Manuel read.

1936 - School again. found piece of steelrod. took home. to town Sears got 1/4" steel drill 15ยข. home. tempered rod for center punch it worked! [[doodle/circle with radiating lines]]

1937 - Paid board. to Art Eng. & Personal Hygiene. beans. to Geom lab. home wrote 500 word essay. beans. to room read, painted bull fast.

1938 - Missed beans. to Art. had pictures taken of class. beans. to theatre. home beans. to Chief. painted saw "Asene Lupin" (B) & saw preview "Merrily we Live" (A+) & "Tom Sawyer" (B+).

1939 - Up 7.45. breakfast. dressed. Sis & I to town to Dulfers. worked on wrapper with air brush. lunch. to [Flag?]. got [[strikethrough]] worked [[/strikethrough]] water color paper & stuff. to Dulfer again. finished wrapper. brot some mo newsstock home. car home. Mr & Mrs Balser over to buffet dinner. enjoyable eve.



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