Frontier Days full of old-time fun

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Sarah Wilken churns a pot of apple butter during Frontier Days on Saturday east of Cassville on Farm Road 1157, which aim to give area residents a glimpse into frontier life. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com

Sarah Wilken churns a pot of apple butter during Frontier Days on Saturday east of Cassville on Farm Road 1157, which aim to give area residents a glimpse into frontier life. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com

Kirk Lewis carefully heats up his knife in a crank forge during Frontier Days on Saturday. The forge burns coal at between 1,500 and 2,000 degrees. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Jacob Holt, left, and LouAnne Holt cook the water out of sorghum, pressed out of canes, to make a drink at Frontier Days on Saturday. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Alfred Panter works on making a knife and two hot dog forks while in his blacksmith area at Frontier Days on Saturday. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Wagon rides were a popular attraction at Frontier Days on Saturday. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Richard Hufft, left, uses a lamplighting technique to make a cross out of glass at Frontier Days on Saturday. Looking on is Ruby Vaughan, 8, of Bradleyville. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
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