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1935- School etched bowl had assembly fair got 94 in English test came home read magazine got ring from kid for a puzzle. Dad & Sis went out.

1936- Sunday snowed all day. to Skip was going to lake no soap. home. read paper in shop. cleaned. etc. Dad Sis & I played Monopoly. lessons radio note letter to U Perles

1937- Studied little. to County Bldg. got paid $1.00 instead of 80ยข. to Eng. test. bull fested. to Dorge. finished chisel. make rake for drwg board Lowe got Pres. beans. bull fested. studied. snowed

1938- Beans. cold as devil. painted sign. to Art. not much. beans. to Art for 1 hr. sketched from model. dressed. to Chief. talked with Lasla. on ship. I to Orph. saw "International Settlement" B+. sup. home

1939- Up rather late. breakfast. stirred bread. car to town. Dulfers finished note head. got several copies of Bristol hotel (my 1st reproduced letterhead). to commercial class. five. sketch class. fair. home. sup. read. picked cobb [[?]] away.

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1935- Helped mother alot went in shop started on coach, painted my game Blain was over mother & sis baked bread etc. went on arround

1936- School again. snowed little quite cold. modogenter [[?]] punch. home. in shop finished two candle shields. lessons. Monopoly. best of 4.

1937- To House Const. snowed + blowed like dickens till 1:00. visited Dr. Calds house swell! marveolous. beans. to Art lab. brought home pictures. beans. to gym. studied little

1938- Missed beans. painted sign. to Art. painted. to dorm. beans. delivered sign. to Art finished study. wrote suggestion. to Chief. to Orph. supper. saw "Lone Wolf in Paris" B+

1939- Up fairly early. breakfast. made lunch. to Galileo. allman critized paintings. to town. Gumps to Couvousiers gallery. then to Dulfer. made hotel letterhead (victoria hotel) met dad home together. sup. Sis making background for Tiebes, dishes. folks for walk. radio. sorted indicated pennies. read.

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bottom of first page couldn't decipher word. several words on second page that I couldn't decipher.

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