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1935 - Went to school started turning leg for chess table got car book came little mother & Mrs. Collins
were over Jack came over with M game

1936- Saturday helped Mother to town dentist, to State "Annie Oakley" A- "Man who broke bank of Monte Carlo" B+ home Hart, Dad, I, & Harold Miran's brother bowled 111, 120, 130

1937 - Helped around. wrote letter to Clary. played wit Chan. raked lawn. read. supper swell. we all to station train to Pocy. finished painting signs. bull fested alot put up signs tomorrow

1938 - Missed beans. sent laundry. haircut paint sign. to theatre. Halford back! I lost my job as artist. what a blow. couldn't believe it. took relief at Orp & Chief. Saw "Walking broadway screening C "Bringing up Baby" B "Mad ab Music" B

1939 - Up 7:30 breakfast with folks. made lunch. car to park. Tea garden. started out neat. but too many distractions. lunch. car to town. Dulfer. worked on letter read. home with Dad. sup. read paper. dishes. read Liberty (crummy mag.) Dad & I p pong.


1935 - got another set of plano FBCG.
Helped mother a lot. went down to Trib Building George G. & worked on ships 1 1/2 hr. went to Playhouse "20,000 yrs in S.S". fair

1936 - School. Jim rode us to school. test in Astronomy. got ride home. Jack & I played catch. & more. in [[sketch of shining coin]] waffles lessons

1937 - Had talkie moving pictures about House Constr to Showcard class. beans. to Art lab. room. haircut at Tony's. to gym with Oscar played badminton. room studied.

1938 - Missed beans. to Art late. sketched some. beans. read some. nap. dressed. to Chief. on shift to Orpheum. rained alot. had supper. good. home. talked

1939 - Up 7:30. breakfast with folks. made lunch. car way out to beach (Near) to large windmill. started painting lunch. talked with Sakaye. car to town. was actually hot today. to Dulfer. worked on letterhed. home. sup. dishes radio. read Esley.

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[[sketch: sketch of shining coin]]

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