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MARCH 2 1935 - Chopped alot of kindling bought a kite went up to Lynsys Gardens Sis & Mother went to town, Dad was home 1/2 day I went out 1936 - School again. bought g[[?]] wood 1" x 10" x 56! 50[[cents]] ripped stripps for kite home. nap. listened lux [[image: doodle of sun]] did lessons. 1937 - To House Construction lab. to Showcard writing. beans. to Art. home. beans. got some orange, blue, white & black poster paint from Staneley. painted sign all evening 1938 - Missed beans. cleaned up. to Art. finished study. beans. wrote letter to Mother. to work. painted some to Chief. 800 tick crowd Chere & I saw "Yank at at Oxford" A rained home 1939 - Up 7.30. breakfast. helped dishes. to Tea Gardens walked around. watched some humming birds take a bath. tried to rain. Jap boy & I to DeYoung museum looked pictrs & etchings by Rembrandt. lunch. car to town. to Dulfur work on label little. home with Dad. sup. Sis working I Magnin. I read all evening. seem good. so much I want to do. MARCH 3 1935 - Helped around house, mended kite Looked thru all Pop Sciences looked at paper had dinner started on exercises listened to radio 1936 - School again. fixed mast & boom for Art. ate outside walked home with Art he borrowed saw dinner flew kite lessons. wrote log 1937 - finished big sign. painted 6 smaller ones. to Eng. painted. beans. to Geometry lab. painted. got pictures from Sis. wrote letter for Eng. beans studied. 1938 - Missed beans. cleaned room. to Art home. got box of tangerines from home to theatre painted some. home. beans to Chief. about same. home. put names on case 1939 - Up fairly early. breakfast. Dad & I to town. rained a little. to Dulfer. worked on label. lunch. got check $3.67 talked with Pierre. finished label. home early. read paper. sup. radio. read alot. radio (Pope Pacelli elected today)
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