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Fall 1988 KANSAS

11/15/2012
Fall 1988RAISING CANE
Golden Mill Sorghum in Bartlett is the third largest producer of sorghum in the U.S.

FIRING UP A BARBECUE
Area residents crowd the Wakarusa Township Fire Department grounds for an annual barbecue in October.

MOOSE IN KANSAS?
Yes, it's true. Photographer/writer Daniel Dance spent a day in Kirwin tracking him down.

BETH LYNCH-MASTER TEACHER
Lynch attributes her talent for teaching to her father, Owen Hodgson, also a Kansas Master Teacher.

FLINT OAK RANCH
Ray and Winona Walton have turned 2,800 acres of land near Fall River into a sportsman's paradise.

IN PRAISE OF PEACE
Medicine Lodge will present its Peace Treaty Pageant for the 16th time October 7th, 8th and 9th.

ARTS AND CRAFTS
The lawn of the Dane G. Hansen Memorial Plaza comes alive with the wares of over 100 craftsmen each September.

A SUCCULENT SLICE OF HISTORY
In a new Kansas restaurant series, the historic Hays House of Council Grove in introduced. (see recipe links below)

CHEYENNE BOTTOMS
This marshy area in Barton County stands out in the nation as a unique refuge and hunting ground.

BLOOMINGDALE'S DOES KANSAS
Kansas may have never looked so good as it did this spring at Bloomingdale's in New York City.

ART FOR ALL AGES
The Mulvane Art Center, under the direction of Andrew Svedlow, offers something for everyone.

THE DOLL LADY OF ELKHART
Patti Grieshaber turned her doll collecting hobby into a booming business.

TOM KINDER-TAXIDERMIST
A self-taught taxidermist, Kinder uses his skills to teach a taxidermy class to students at El Dorado High School.

POPPING WITH PRIDE
Steiny's Homegrown Popcorn, owned by Glenn and Terry Steinshouer, is a family business based in Downs.

Recipes
Beulah's Ham
Crunchy Chicken Salad
Cranberry-Strawberry Pie
Baked Swiss Cauliflower
Brisket
Dill Dressing
Fresh Peach Pie