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Price 50 located at 111 E. Main, Mankato, Kansas 66956 Established 1890, Volume 113, Issue No. 39 USPS, NO. 274-940 Thursday, September 25, 2003 4 at the Ionia Country Muisic Fest Saturday is Herb Hoeflicker, radio announcer. featured several country bands and stagers, a cowboy poet and food and flea market booths. West Wind, one of the bands, featured Curt Shoemaker, Ionia, on steel guitar. Shoemaker was one of the organizers of the event. II County 4-H member's take top awards Bun'Oak, gained by the Kansas 4-H for her photographic tal- at Mankato High School, of her pho- ~vas selected by the founda- in the Kansas 4-H :ion Fundamentals and state 4-H calendar. I 0-year member of Man- received the county and state fair taking six her inter- as a 4-H project. "I gs." she said. her first camera as a present from her parents It was a 35 mm, self zoom lens. Before that disposable cameras as she of family models were several dog. She also liked to take things to take photos of v she said. using 400 speed film. mrpose fi!m to use." she prefers still-life pho- action shots. she uses 800 speed likes to shoot basketball her zoom lens to catch of her photos are kept in photo albums. "I am notinterested in doing photogra- phy professionally. I just like doing it as a hobby," she said. "The reward of photography for me Boyles places in 4-H revue at fair Brennan Boyles, member of the Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club, repre- sented Jewell County at the Kansas State Fair Fashion Revue and earned a red ribbon. Last minute purchase wins At the last minute, Laura Thurman, Jackson County 4-H member, set aside a bridesmaid's dress she had planned to model in the 4-H Fashion Revue.and substituted a dress she bought from a clearance rack. The cost? $5. For that price, she figured she couldn't go wrong. Thurman, who earned the top award in the buymanship project in Jackson County credits her shopping savvy to the 4-H buymanship program and her morn, Lisa Thurman. "Before, buying I've learned to look clothes over carefully, and to check fabric and care labels. In 4-H, we're also taught to consider cost-per-wear- ing,'" she said. Thurman modeled her dress in the 4-H Fashion Revue at the Kansas State Fair. A year ago, she also had qualified for the event but between the time she qualified and the fair, she was seri- ously injured in an all-terrain vehicle accident and focused instead on re- building her life after a traumatic head injury. The fact that she will model this year is a testament to her spirit and hard work in rehabilitation, her mother said. is that I've kept a memory. You can look at that picture and you are able to look back and be reminded of that time." Her entry at the state fair was of a pink tulip that grew in the Wilson yard. "It had just finished raining and the dror, s of rain were still on the petals." The photo was taken as a side shot, in the middle of the afternoon. "It was so simple and came into focus so well. The background did well also." She entered three flower photographs at the county fair this year--the tulip, a yellow hibiscus and a lily of the valley. She leamed photography on her own, "Sort of a trial and error process," she said. Her other hobbies include playing the French Horn and piano and acting. She is active in school band, vocal, show choir, forensics and is on the superintendent's all academic honor roll. She hopes to become a high school drama teacher. Wilson has a brother, Rob. Her parents are Luann and Paul Wilson, Farmer's Market date set for Oct. 18 The 27th Annual Farmers Market is set for Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Na- tional Guard Armory, Mankato. -This event is sponsored by Jewell County Historical Society. Craft vendors, bake sales, antiques and home decorating items are some items to be featured. Lunch will be served. Anyone wishing to have a booth may contact Lorraine Simon, Man- kato. you receive developed photos for You don't know how you take them," not interested in learn- ues, so she sends admits that people are diffi- as most do not want Her favorite pho- a soda. "We to make an ad--we off, but the photos also the disappointment lly wants and they don't. photos and 'ed in her room. Most postal get awards recently. Formoso, re- year National Safety ; performance, performance." a rural mail carrier at the is based on the concept y to avoid of the wrong actions lverse Elizabeth Wilson, me~nber of Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H Club, shows off photographs that brought her top recognition at the Kansas State Fair. One of her photos was selected for publication in the Kansas 4-H Calendar and other 4-H publications. t Postmaster LaVernia Pc- for accumulating received Ionia Music Festival attracts crowd of 300 Clear blue g'HS and c0ol tempera- tures--a near-perf