Read more about the article Wednesday, September 25, 1968
We had a Campus Life meeting at school this year

Wednesday, September 25, 1968

Journal: We had a Campus Life meeting at school this year. If we can only get this club going, it will bring Christ to the kids of Phoenix High. Nothing exciting in the way of boys has happened for some time – but I am happy in my school life. Tonight after prayer meeting, I got to talk to Judy Ogden, a new girl coming to our church. She is going to beauty college in Medford and is living with the Mossers here in Talent. Judy is very nice, seems to love life, and has a great vitality but is still more mature than other girls her age with some bounce. I hope I have not made a bad impression – but there I go again, thinking about myself, not how I appear to Christ or let Him work through me. I’ve got to stop thinking so much of how neat I am or something. After school tonight, Cathy Kruger and Denise Dawson came over to practice instrumentals for Sunday Night Singspiration. Cathy, Denise, and I will play a piano and clarinet trio! (Two clarinets, one piano) Cathy and I will also be playing a saxophone and piano duet. Well, it’s getting late, and I must go to bed. So long for now,


Read more about the article Sunday, August 25, 1968
Hi! Since Aunt Jena, Uncle Jim, Larry & Steve

Sunday, August 25, 1968

Journal: Hi! Since Aunt Jena, Uncle Jim, Larry and Steve Ciccato (my aunt, uncle, and cousins) were here from San Francisco visiting at Yreka, we went to see them, as I hadn’t been able to see them, as I got home too late. Steve and Larry are really cute! Larry is so tall, you almost wouldn’t believe that Steve is the older of the two. Steve is about 16, and Larry is 15. This evening was a real good one for Friends Youth. Denise Dawson gave the lesson, and it was the best we’ve had for a long time. I was talking to Pat Perisho (one of our youth sponsors) and we might be able to unite our youth group spiritually yet. I must remember to keep on praying as it will take a lot of effort, patience, and time. Our youth group might yet become vital in Christ if we all work together. We (Ike, Mom, and I) bought a songbook tonight published by Barclay Press of songs written by Quakers. There are a couple of real neat ones by Herschel Thornburg – traveling gospel musician and artist. He’s really cool! Well, Aunt Lorraine hasn’t come for me yet, so I’ll probably be home most of tomorrow. I still have to pack and everything though. I doubt if I will take this journal along. So long for now!


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