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JEFFERSON LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS President HUNTER KUNKEL . ISAAC WALKER ROBERT BEAMER.. HELEN BANE BANE, HELEN BEAMER, ROBERT COVEY, RUDOLPH COLEMAN, JACK COX, MARTHA FANNING, NANCY H.ALI , WYONA ■ANDERSON, VIRCHL BARNWELL, NANCY BONES, jack BOWLES, REGINA BURCHETT, OSIE BREEDLOVE, ALICE CASH, FRANCIS DAVIS, GRAHAM ALBERT, ELIZABETH ALLISON, MARG.XRET AYLOR, RAYMOND BAUGH, EVEI YN BRALLEY, MARIAM BOCOCK, GLENNA BERRY, LENA BUNTS, VIRGINIA CRAIG, HAZEL CARSON, BILLY CREGER, CORBITT DAVIS, LILLIAN DYER, CHARLES WARD, MARY ALTIZER, lONE BURGESS, GARNET CROCKETT, DICK CUMMINGS, FRANCES DUNCAN, EFFIE EASTMAN, EVANGELINE GRUBB, BESSIE HUDSON, NELL HAISLIP, FLORA MAE HUDSON, BUSTER MEMBERS SENIORS BOYES, lUSTINE DEWEY, HENRY, JR. HUDSON, GEORGIA JOHNSON, MARGARETT KANODE, KATE KINSER, HARVEY KINSEY, MARGARET JUNIORS HURST, CALVIN HAILEY, NELLIE TONAS. LILBURN KEISTER. JUDITH KEISTER, GERAIDINE LEWEY, MaBLE MOREHEAD, ELIZABETH MOREHEAD, HELEN WHITT. ALFRED SOPHOMORES DAVIS, PAUL DALTON, CARMEN FINE, NEIL GULLIFORD, JUNE GALLIMORE, MAXINE GROSECLOSE, ALBERTA HALL, FRANCIS HARDING, FOREST JOHNSON, LOIS JONAS, EVELYN KUNKEL. HUNTER KENT, MARGARET MATHENEY, BILLY MEREDITH, CURTIS FRESHMEN HALl, ETHRIDGE JOHNSON, CLARENCE LYONS, J. C. MOREFIELD, ILLE.SS McNEW, LOUISE MULLINS, CADE MOREHEAD. DOROTHY MABE, STANLEY OWEN, ROY OWENS, SYLVIA PARKS. BEATRICE Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MOREHEAD. H. ZEL RICHARD.SON, LOUISE RICHARDSON. HAROLD STEGER. SIDNEY, JR. WHISMAN, JULIA WHITAKER, GRACE INGLES, VIRGINIA MYERS, EMMA NEIGHBORS, DOROTHY RAUHOF, MARGARET RUPE, IRENE STRAUSS, ANDREW VAUGHAN, JESSIE WHITAKER, FREDERICK WIRT, RALPH MILES, VIRGINIA OWEN, HAZEL O ' DELL. CURTIS PHILLIPS, LILA PICKERAL, MARY QUESENBERRY, NELLIE QUESENBERRY, CLARIS S ' MITH, ANDREW TIMMONS, LUCILLE WOHLFORD, MARGUERITE WEBB, ROBERT.A. WALKER. ISAAC WALLNER, DOROTHY WOOD, CATHERINE PORTER, MILL.ARD PACK, CHRISTO RUNION, AGNES TURPIN, BEULAH TIMMONS, VIRGINIA TICE. THORNTON VAUGHAN. LOUIS WARNER, ICA WEBB, HAZEI W. IN WRIGHT, JEANNE •4 110
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9C OUICS X ' r IS not only liecause I ha e this line oiiportunity to let i)eople know “W’hat Kind of Home Surroundings I Like Best,” that 1 write this essay, but because 1 think ewery child should let his parents and friends know just what kind of a home appeals to him most. It is not so easy for one to sit down and write, especially on a subject like this one. W’e all know what we like and what we don’t like, but when we ha ■e the opportunity to exjrress ourselves it is difticidt to hud a i)lace to begin. ■A country home ai)peals to me more than any kind. In the country- one has everything for which one can wish. 1 do not care about a mansion or a fairy castle, but 1 like a m Klern home a small cottage that is warm and cozy in the winter and cool and refreshing in summer; a home that is surrounded by trees and flowers, where birds, as the robin, blue-bird, si)arrow, red-bird and humming-bird, build their nests close together and raise their young. How delight- ful it is t( awake by the thrilling notes of tlift ' erent birds mingled until they form one sweet melody. •After I ha e been awakened by the birds, 1 want to arise, dress and go out into the fresh morning air air that is tilled with God’s lo e. There we can breathe, laugh and take exercise and realize that we should thank our Maker for the grand opportunity that He has given us. Xext 1 like to walk through the helds, looking at and occasionally e.xamining different species of llowers. I like to gather daisies and mix and arrange forget-me-nots and wild roses with them, until they make me think of the different colors of the rainbow. Wdiile laughing with the dowers 1 like to watch the lambs play and run from one large shade to another. One cannot get lonely and blue even when alone for he is surrounded I)y friends as the lambs, calves, birds, dowers, and hordes of tiny insects that are so small they cannot be seen when under the tiniest blade of grass. As the season changes it is only natural that our “surroundings” will change also. In the autumn we dnd our home, which was sur- rounded by green trees that formed and acted as a brilliant green back- ground for a small yellow cottage, turned into red and gold that is as lovely, charming, and picturesque as any painting we ha e ever seen. 112 Jk-
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