Sunday January 15th 1933
I went home[ shorthand]. she fixed her hair so cute. Those boys[ shorthand] funny[ shorthand] around and aided.[ shorthand].
Saturday January 14th 1933
I rode Uptown with mother[ shorthand] are you shoes, walked[ shorthand]. Ellen came down it’s 7:15[ shorthand] town,[ shorthand], Coke[ shorthand]. played cards in 8 nut bread. [Shorthand] fun. a new game of Solitaire.
Friday January 13th 1933
That dummy was a mess and everybody at the printers [ shorthand] skipped eighth period. [ Shorthand] debates [ shorthand] 4:00 [ shorthand] till 7:00 [ shorthand]. bed at 9:30 for some rest for a change.
Thursday January 12th 1933
Bob Haldeman can (so silly [shorthand] Herald [shorthand]. About six articles came in today. [Shorthand] didn’t start set up until 10 this morning. Mary came home with me. Louis Woolum came over to help me with the Herald. Bernard Brooks was at debate I missed him.
Tuesday January 10th 1933
About two articles in. Took it over to the printer and he said “Well why didn’t you tell me there was [shorthand]. Herald? Junior Guild meeting at Virginia Glimpse’s. Mrs. Epley wonders if je sais comme elle l’aime.
Monday January 9th 1933
Tt seemed so queer back at school. Gave out assignments and started the week right by not having my lessons. M, H, L, Irene and I went to Edmond Heller lecture -so boring. M & I stayed all night at Helen’s.
Sunday January 8th 1933
Well I guess I was wrong Bernard didn’t even see me at the game. Helen and I were down to Mary’s all afternoon and she fixed my hair so cute. At BY, Bernard, me, Mary, Jimmy, H, Harry were an auto at BY.
Saturday January 7th 1933
Messed around all day trying to get last minute things done. Typed, tried to gather up the magazines and didn’t get to bed till midnight.
Friday January 6th 1933
Mary Burch typed Guild books all morning. The girls came here to practice for the play we’re going to give some time. We went to The Galion game. Won. Came home and went to bed. How thrilling. Didn’t see Bill Dean at the game.
Thursday January 5th 1933
Tried to finish making my books but it sure is a job. I took the letter down to Mary and we spent all evening composing one to B.J. She mailed it and then came on home with me.