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MARCH 6

1935- Went to school Cunningham back took car home flew my kite went to Sea Sc. Meeting Art didn't go came home did lessons s'all.

1936- School as usual. had fair assembly. town had soda. hoem shop dinner. to Desert Gym. swim 9 of us. boweled at Gym.(104) (68) watched game.

1937 - To Geom lab. started on sign. got thing packed fella named Benedict funny fella saw me about a sign. to town. got cake. train home. nap. read. Mother & I at home from [[image]] bare foot print? [[/image]] read.

1938 - Beans. to dorm. Read paper. bull fest some. beans. Benedict over mad 2 signs for him. $1.00 to work. Chief. Standing to Orph. saw "Of Human Hearts A. home.

1939 - Up late breakfast. made lunch to town rained morning to Dulfers. nothing to do. to Commercial class worked some. (called [?] before com art) to sketch class fair. home. had swell [ducks?] dinner.  Sis & Mother to [?Draw] Dad & I did dishes & read.  

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MARCH 7 

1935 - School as usual not in much Dad got his salt at last came Mrs. Barnes & the little mother was over went in shop made puzzle 

1936 - Saturday helped mother, & sis to town I waxed floors. to town shopped. lunch at Owl's Dad Mother Sis to Rose Marie. it to state "Miss Pacific Heel" ^[B]. 7 keys to plate ^[B] 

1937 - Up late chopped wood helped around played with [chan?] lunch read studied the Allreds toos me to Pocy.  finished sign to Art Exhibit & Swanson.Very few people.  took money at door 

1938 - Beans.  wrote letter to Mother.  got lock fined. to beans. to town. bank. [putin?] 10 to theater painted some. home beans to Chief home. panted. 

1939 - Up fairly early  breakfast. made lunch. bus to Tea Garden.  startred on another landscape.  talked with [?]. he rode me to [? ?] in his car to town to Dulfers.  Van (salesman) quit.  I making another design for [Owilt Ratt?]. home sup. read all evening. 
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