Amanuensis Monday: March 22-29

 

22 March 1944

22 March 1944

Wednesday 22 March 1944

*At top: Still hoping

Dear Diary,

Went to school. Made pea soup through it down the drain. Did my Social Studies before supper and after. Bonnie came over. Katie Betty’s friend came and visited tonite. Put up my hair + listen to Jack Carson.

23 March 1944

23 March 1944

Thursday 23 March 1944

at top:(Still) Refereer the free throws with Marilyn

Dear Diary

Went to school. Rained all morning. Went to Volleyball tonight pretain to be mad at Marilyn + Pat. Got my Social Studies report. Read some of food. Got a sunday with mom + dad. Put up my hair.

24 March 1944

24 March 1944

Friday 24 March 1944

At top: Still hoping I get on the team

Dear Diary

Didn’t go to school. Clean the shed and started to white wash the basement. Went over to Dickie’s got the ticket for the circuse. Went over to Grant’s. He’s staying all night read him a story. Put up my hair.

25 March 1944

25 March 1944

Saturday 25 March 1944

At top: Same here

Dear Diary

Did the dishes, clean the basement, made the bed. Went to South School Circles the same thing over again. Went to the show at the Franklin saw “None Shall Excapes” Saw the adorable actor going to find out his name. Read Grant story.

26 March 1944

26 March 1944

 

Sunday 26 March 1944

At top: Same

Dear Diary

Went to sunday school. Went to the show at the Wolverine. Saw Prince O. Dick + Betty came over. Forgot to go to church tonite. Made a puzzle. Grant + I had a fight. Took my bath put up my hair. Had a piece of cake. 

27 March 1944

27 March 1944

Monday 27 March 1944

At top: Same

Dear Diary

Went to school. Referee the noon free throws alone. Went to the store. Bought a record “My Shinning Hour” Listen to Lux + the Gild Theater. Was O.K. Got my coat + shirt from the cleaners. Put up my hair.

28 March 1944

28 March 1944

Tuesday 28 March 1944

At top: Still hoping

Dear Diary,

Went to school. Made vegetable soup. Went to volleyball. Mrs. Newburge played with us. Ripped [arrow pointing up to the word "murder"] my shoe. Made 7 out of 25 in freethrowing. Made a pushe with Tilie. Listened to the programs. Put up my hair. 

29 March 1944

29 March 1944

Wednesday 29 March 1944

At top: Still

Dear Diary

Went to school. Don’t know my math. Marilyn ate lunch with me. Talked with Mrs. Newburg. Had a sunday with Bonnie, Bud, + Dorothy. Gave Bonnie good talking to of how to act. Listen to the radio. Put up my hair. 

 

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