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Fall 1987 KANSAS

11/15/2012
Fall 1987ROUND'EM UP
The ten members of the Box Ranch Association in Commanche County round up cattle every fall.

BEAUTIFYING RURAL LINCOLN
Vernon and Elfrieda Schneider have created a paradise in their backyard garden.

FOREST OF FRIENDSHIP
Honoring women in aviation, Atchison's forest features a variety of unusual trees.

TENNIS ‘TIL IT HURTS
Emporians George Milton and Jan Jefferis will vie for a world record in a tennis marathon this fall.

FROST FLOWERS
The fragile and rare frost flower is captured on film by naturalist Gerald Wiens.

A FUTURE HUNTERS' WEEKEND
Fathers and sons gather at Rock Springs Ranch for a special weekend hunting school.

JOAN FOTH- LANDSCAPE ARTIST
Topekan Joan Foth is building a national reputation for her spacious landscape paintings.

HIDDEN MYSTERIES
Caves . . . in Kansas? You bet! And, according to Daniel Dancer, they are plentiful.

BLUE VALLEY AND THE ARTS
Southern Johnson County residents show off their homes in a art show/homes tour.

STITCHERY ON DISPLAY
To raise money for vision screening, Wichita Delta Gamma alumnae host a spectacular display of needlework.

JIM BROTHERS-SCULPTING DREAMS
Working in welded steel, cast bronze and other media, Brothers creates award-winning sculptures.

PROFITABLE PUMPKINS
Britt's Farm Market near Manhattan offers pumpkins for youngsters searching for their own "Great Pumpkin."

KING COTTON-NOT YET
Cotton is just beginning as a Kansas crop but offers promise to several farmers.

Tricks and Treats Recipes
Crunchy Pumpkin Squares
Pumpkin Seed Nut Clusters
Grandmas Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Muffins
Harvest Brunch in Pumpkin Shells

Volume 42, issue 3
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the Cover: Hot air balloons float over farmland in southern Johnson County by Keith Philpott.