Spring 1988 KANSAS
Ralph Chubbuck's 6,000-square foot iris garden is spectacular from early to late May.
A WAY WITH WATERCOLOR
Louis Copt's art career really began to flourish when he became a full-time artist.
WINDING THE MAYPOLE
May 6th marks the 67th time that Washington 5th graders will wind the Maypole.
EXCEL . . . THE SYMBOL OF EXCELLENCE
Excel Industries builds the "cadillac' of commercial lawn mowers.
FEELING BETTER, DEER?
The Brooks family are for abandoned deer for the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission.
C. W. Parker would be proud that one of his carousels now has a permanent home in Abilene.
McPHERSON COUNTY'S ALL SCHOOLS DAY
It's the 75th year for this county-wide celebration.
KANSAS FIBER ARTISTS
Silk and wool are the media for artists Barbara Reser, Topeka, and Joey Webster Miller, Lawrence.
WORTH GUSHING ABOUT
An oil derrick and small museum mark the site of Norman No. 1
ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK
Cuba residents keep rocking chair in motion to raise funds for community projects.
Travelers on the back roads of western Kansas will enjoy the mailbox artwork of creative Kansas farmers.
ATCHISON'S RIVER BEND ART FAIR
The Atchison Art Association hosts more than 100 artists each May.
4-H'ERS DISCOVER K-STATE
4-H Discovery Days acquaints some 1,200 4-H'ers with the Kansas State University campus.
PRAIRIE POWDER PACKERS
This group cultivates interests in black powder muzzleloading and American history.
Volume 43, issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the Cover: Snow on daffodils by Gerald Weins