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1935- Hepled around  looked at funnies went in shop cut kindling wrote comp. for Sea Scouts went up flew my kite Susie went out then radio

1936- School again. about as usual 
home. played catch. Anna, & Leslie Joan Jones to dinner. good to see them again  Joan 2 yrs. lessons.

1937- To library. to Art. Eng. hyg. got tickets for Yellow Jacket. beans. to Geom. lab got paid by Pennoyer. $3.85 dozed. beans. to library room. had about 2 hr religous discussion in Hap's room

1938- Missed beans. to Art late. sketched 
some. dorm. beans. bull fest. dressed to 
Chief. saw "Love Honor & Behave" C & "Rebbeca of 
Sunnybrook farm" C+  shift & Chief & Orph. sup. home.

1939- Up early. breakfast. made lunch. car to Galileo  got certificates to letter. to Dulfers. got check $3.34 lunch. worked on letterhead. shopped. got watercolor paper at Wattens. walked around. had haircut. home. listened radio. Dad & I sup. Mother & Sis home. Sis got new (nice) novel[?]. read Esley.


1935- School again  hammered my 7" bowl  walked up to dad office ordered some tools D & I came home  Art came over  D, M, & S went to opening [[Makoff?]]

1936- School again ruined petit tempered screwdriver. home  played catch dinner Jack & I to S Scout Meeting Art, J. & I walked home had cone

1937- rained in morning To Art, Geom, House Constr. & Showcard class. beans. snowed. to Art finished picture. played part of badminton match 11-21, 21-15. play tomorrow the game. snowed like heck. beans. studied. bull fested.

1938 - Missed beans. to Art. sketched alot. beans. dorm. read. nap. to town. Chief. on door. to Orpheum for ½ hr. had supper. watched Halford. on Orph. door till closing.

1939 - Up early. breakfast. dressed. helped Mother some  car to Ferrys. to Treasure Isle. walked around. saw Greenwich Village (fair) Federal exhibit tops. saw Follies Bergere 25¢. very marvelous. walked around gagway some more. left isle 7.55 got home about 9 P.M. talked about fair. looked at mag. made lunch Orp

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