Fall 1987 KANSAS
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.
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.
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.
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
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.