Winter 1988 KANSAS
The Kauffman Museum of the Bethel College campus features the natural and cultural history of the North Newton area.
Judy Watson of Rosalia carves and presses cinnamon into decorative pieces with a heavenly scent.
A SMORGASBORD OF SWEDISH TREATS
The Swedish Country Inn of Lindsborg serves lavish breakfast and lunch buffets. (see links to recipes at bottom)
HOOKED ON CROCHET
Peggy Meyer of Sylvan Grove has crocheted every day for as long as she can remember.
AT HOME WITH EDWARD C. ROLFS
Three generations of the Rolfs family have called this 90-year-old Junction City house home.
LIVING WITH THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Salinan Eric Stein composes, conducts, teaches and performs . . . music truly fills his life.
A TRIBUTE TO THE COMMON MAN
A special holiday open house in December is a great way to see Russell's newly-opened Gernon House.
This homegrown laundry business, based in Lawrence, has grown by leaps and bounds under the direction of Bob Schmalberg.
CHRISTMAS IN COMICVILLE
Each December, Mike Babick's Prairie Village home lights up with 8,000 lights and 1,500 animated characters.
HERBS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Dale Anderson's Mercantile near St. George literally bursts with holiday goodies.
ROBINSON LIONS CLUB'S MELODRAMA
On two weekends in February, Lions Club members take on new roles . . . for fun and profit.
ARTIST OF THE PLAINS
Charlie Norton of Leoti creates bronze sculptures which depict the rugged history of the plains.
PLEASE DO TOUCH!
The Wichita Children's Museum is one of 35 museums across the country where children can touch and participate.
Recipes from Swedish Country Inn
Volume 43, issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Grace Episcopal Catherdral in Topeka by Nathan Ham