Fall 1986 KANSAS
Twin brothers Harold and Harlan Kirk operate a successful auction business in Bucklin.
OPEN DOOR HOSPITALITY
As part of Junction City's Family Fun Festival, some of the city's finest homes are open for tours.
DEFYING THE ODDS
Bicyclist Dan McAnarney of Manhattan rides "30 to 50 miles, all out each day."
MERRIMENT ON MAIN STREET
Oktoberfest in Wamego is a time for townsfolk to relax and have fun together.
KEEPING THE KONZA
A 13 square mile section of the Flint Hills south of Manhattan has been designated the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area.
HOT OFF THE PRESS
Jan Bertoglio and JoLe Hudson put their heads together to produce a top-selling cookbook.
QUILTING FOR FRIENDS
The annual Friends Bible College Auxiliary Sale raises some $50,000 through the auction of handmade quilts.
STILL RISIN' UP SINGIN'
Ninety-year-old Eva Jessye is still teaching and making contributions to the music world.
ART IN CONCERT WITH NATURE
Although not suitable for hanging, Stan Herd's latest earthwork is a magnificent piece of art...and a memorable 125th birthday present.
Recently reopened after renovation, the Shawnee Methodist Indian Mission in Fairway served as an Indian school until 1862.
BUNKER HILL POWER
KOOD TV is located in tiny Bunker Hill but broadcasts to an area covering more than 14,000 square miles.
PARKER'S APPLE FEST
Circle September 12, 13, and 14 on your calendar and plan to join in the fun in Parker for the Apple Fest.
STANDING TALL AND STATELY
Now 55 years old, Topeka High School is one of the city's treasured landmarks.
Anywhere Anytime Picnics Recipes
Take-along Pumpkin Bars
Autumn Spiced Cider
Volume 41, issue 3
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Maples in full fall color on a Douglas County farmstead by Dick Herpich.