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MARCH 24. 

1935- Helped around house went in shops painted some, worked on coach Mom Dad & Sis went for walk had dinner Norma Larson came up I did lessons then radio

1936- School again. about same snowed very little. finished punch home traded with kid shadow mag to "U" chapel sea Scout stuff Dick

1937- Studied. kinda cold. to Art, Eng, Hygiene April fool paper out. beans. to Geom lab. bought paper. to gym, infirmary. played tennis for 1st time got privilege card. 50 cents. beans. worked on house plan

1938- Beans. to room painted sign. cleaned room. to art. fair. beans. sun out. painted sign. dressed. to town. bot white shirt 2.00 at Blocks to Chief & Orph. sup saw "Emperors Candlestick" B+

1939 - Up 7 breakfast made lunch. helped Mother with dishes. to town met Sabaye at Traing Litho. Academy of Advertising Art went thru. Sabe & I to Union [[square]] lunch. then to studio of [[?]] Seaway, & Nyland. (inspirational) home. sup alone. Sis home & we to Castro "Up the River" B & "Young in Heart" A

MARCH 25

1935 - School as usual turned some more for chess table. Came home went in shop Sis & I went to little store played new marble game swell.

1936 - School again got reports. theme B+, wood B+, Astron. B+, Type C, Mach. B, Auto B+ home, nap, dinner, Hatch took Dick B & I to Scout Meeting. home lessons.

1937- Finished drawing house plan. to Geom, House Constr. & Showcad. beans. to Art lab finished picture. little nap. tennis with Snidey beans. studied. to Dance Varieties fair

1938 - Missed beans. letter from Sis. to Art. painted some. beans. read paper. shaved. Johnny took me to town. worked in Art room. on door at Chief. then Orpheum. supper. home shower

1939 - Up late. breakfast dressed. Mother & I to store stirred bread. kinda monkeyed around all day. lunch read. Dad home. I had nice nap. read some. had tea. read. trying to get idea for layout. read.  

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[[ square]] is a drawing of a square.

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