Food, fun, games featured at Stones Prairie Picnic

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Tripp Littleton, 4, had a little help from Curtis Schallert while bowling at the annual Stones Prairie Picnic Friday. Littleton was taking a turn on the antique 5-pin bowling alley, built by Fred Hemmerling in 1953. Melonie Roberts Cassville Democrat

Tripp Littleton, 4, had a little help from Curtis Schallert while bowling at the annual Stones Prairie Picnic Friday. Littleton was taking a turn on the antique 5-pin bowling alley, built by Fred Hemmerling in 1953. Melonie Roberts Cassville Democrat

Tripp Littleton, 4, had a little help from Curtis Schallert while bowling at the annual Stones Prairie Picnic Friday. Littleton was taking a turn on the antique 5-pin bowling alley, built by Fred Hemmerling in 1953. Melonie Roberts Cassville Democrat
Those attending the annual Stones Prairie Picnic had the opportunity to take a ride in a horse-drawn wagon Friday evening. The two-horse team made easy work of the short trips around the field. Melonie Roberts Cassville Democrat
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