Frontier Days offer old-fashioned fun

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Susan Moller demonstrated how corn was shelled, and ground down to make corn meal for cooking during the pioneer-era, on Saturday for Frontier Days. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

Susan Moller demonstrated how corn was shelled, and ground down to make corn meal for cooking during the pioneer-era, on Saturday for Frontier Days.

Edgar Schreiner, Sr., makes sorghum syrup Saturday during Frontier Days. The process takes all day, and the syrup can be used as a sweetener in most foods. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Edgar Schreiner, Gerald Morley and Alfred Mullett, pop, pop, pop a fresh batch of Kettle corn, which was available durning Frontier Days on Saturday. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Blacksmith Alfred Painter made railroad-tie knives during Frontier Days on Saturday. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
The Flyin’ Buzzards sang Wagon Wheel, and many other bluegrass-style songs, for the crowd at Frontier Days on Saturday. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Sue Walters makes custom historical dress for re-enactors through multiple eras. Walters shows Jackie Dishman how the corsets should fit, and be tightened during Frontier Days on Saturday. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Edgar Schreiner, Jr., and Shela Burr were horsing around while he gave her a ride on the horse cart Saturday during Frontier Days. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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