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MARCH 10 1935- Went to Sunday School came looked at paper. went in shop M,D, & Sis went church had dinner nap Hodge over went in shop 1936- School again. about usual. lost key case in a way in locked locker. home. played catch. dinner. radio read lessons 1937 - Studied a little to assembly on Astro. good morning to Eng. test in Hygiene. beans to Geom lab town. got bow tie 2 [brusles] shopped. home beans. started on Benedict's sign March 11 1938 - Missed beans. to Art. painted some beans. walked to work. & back beans. to Chief Johnny brot me home. dressed for Theatre party to Chief & to Heyward [?Jim].[?] danced on way home lot [?nec] 1939 - Up late. Helped around. Mother & I to store. stirred bread. made bed. to town. had foot treatment 1.50 Dr De Lancry. bot 1 Esquires. to Dulfers for while. home. red paper. had nap. sup. helped prepare for saturday. read dishes radio little. [PAGE 2] MARCH 11 1935 - School again started on a bowl in Copper came home went in shop Bud came over had dinner did lessons listened to radio. 1936 - School as usual home played catch with Bud. Jack & I to Scout meeting. Hatch drove us home in open car. little lesson 1937 - Wrote some. to Geom., to House Contr. & showcard class. beans. to Art lab finished picture. worked on sign. beans. finished sign. popped corn in Burrup's room. bed & fasted 1938- March. 9. to Art. etc. forgot to write down 1939- up late dressed. breakfast. helped around. polished tea kettle. need paper. Sis & I p pong. Dad home. lunch I read some. folks had nap. I nap later. dressed. shaved. helped mother fin dinner. Mrs. [[?]], Ruby & Bill, Miss Louise Swanson, Betty Holiday & Mr. Vandall over to Swedish dinner. All played p pong & card games. All of us had fine time. really fun.
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