At the Falls of the Ohio
Nineteen Hundred and Six
ABSENT SONS AND DAUGHTERS
OF OLD KENTUCKY:
IJActing upon a suggestion made to it by a
young lady, born in Kentucky but now
living in Colorado, the Louisville Commercial
Club is to have a Home Coming Week for all
Kentuckians, next June.
EPreliminary steps taken by the Club to-
ward getting lists of those who have left home
and friends to fight life's battles elsewhere
have resulted so satisfactorily that the Com-
mittee on Conventions and Entertainment of
the Club, of which Col. R. S. Brown is
Chairman, under whose auspices the general
scheme of arrangement will be worked out,
feels that the time is ripe for extending an
invitation to those whose names have been
procured. Your name is on the list now in
our possession, hence this invitation. As one
June in Kentucky
The trumpet vines are blowing reveille -a
hundred -a thousand coral bugles sounding the
morning call of peace.
The corn is being plowed. A light mist lies
on the woods.
A little brook slips under the villows, darkens.
and dances out again laughing in the sun.