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Iowan Features Indians DES MOINES — Six Indians who were a part of the Iowa scene in the years before statehood are featured in 'Four Chiefs, One Brave, and Beautiful Flying Pigeon,' a colorful tribute to the past in the Winter Issue of "The Iowan' magazine. Reporduced in full color with accompanying accompanying text are portraits of Black Hawk, Keokuk, Hew Bookley Explains Donating Vital Organs WASHINGTON, D.C. Have Have you been thinking of donating an eye, kidney or some other organ after death? If so, you may be interested in a new booklet prepared by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) in cooperation with the American Medical Association. For a free copy of 'Donation of Bodies or Organs for Transplatation and Medical Science' send a postcard to Consumer Information the card to any other person or organization so you only need to tear up the card if you change your mind. Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Milford Christian spent several days at the Roger Chambers home, Browntown, Wis., and the Ted Chambers, Iowa City. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larsen were. Mary Lou Taiomah, Appanoose, Mahaskah and his wife Rantchewaime — taken from the famous McKenney-Hall portfolio, a collection of paintings of notable American Indians done in the 1820s and 1830s. A model railroad, a castle dollhouse and an old-fashioned Mid-western village are delightful, small-scale creations of three different Iowans who know 'The Magic of Miniature Worlds.' How sorghum is raised, harvested and processed into a delicious syrup is the subject of 'A Sweet Success Story' about Cedar Rapids' Waconia Sorghum Company, the largest producer of its kind in the United States. Other highlights of the Winter Issue include 'Christmas in a New Land,' a description of a first Christmas Christmas in Iowa 123 years ago from the pioneer diary of Norwegian immigrant Elisabeth Koren; 'A State for All Seasons,' a full-color salute of Iowa's seasonal beauty by photographer Bob Coyle; and heartwarming Christmas poetry by Paul Engle of the International Writers Workshop at the University of Iowa. Other articles of interest are the Iowa City homes of Dorothy Pownall and Ellie Simmons, 'A Historic Holiday House' at Denison, and Fox Hunting — Des Moines Style. Lakers La La's At Dinner Date ESTHERVILLE - The Lakers La La's will sing Christmas carols at the Senior Citizens Dinner Date Program Tuesday at the Iowa Lakes Community College's Student Center here.