Peace in my heart -- The little brown church in the vale -- Going to Sunday school -- The Christmas gift -- The triumphant victory -- The farm front yard -- Some of my chores on the farm -- Some of my chores on the farm (continued) -- Christmas at our grandparents -- Christmas memories -- The Parson place -- Dad driving on my birthday -- Thrashing and silo filling time -- Grandma makes soap -- Grandma's rocking chair -- Mom does a somersault -- Irvin and the peppermint candy in Otterville -- The Castoria party -- The sparkling white world -- The farm chorus -- The farm chorus (continued) -- The Messerley place -- Dad's sacrifical love -- Memories of mom -- The endangered bluebird -- Somethings I love to see -- Sounds I love to hear -- Words -- A special Thanksgiving -- Delphine -- Jimmie brought baby Poncho home -- Our God of love -- The Monarch butterfly.
Marguerite Inez Ellison Sutton was active in numerous organizations over the years. From working at the First Methodist of L.A. to involvement with PALS, the UMW, Glendale Symphany, the Republican Women's Club, the Carthay Women's Club. She wrote 300 poems after she was 75. She joined the local John Stephen McGroaty poetry club called the Chaparral Poets.