Christmas parade brings cheer in Exeter

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Savannah Jones, junior at Exeter High School, waves and wishes onlookers a Merry Christmas during the Exeter Christmas Parade Saturday afternoon. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Parade winners included

Schools

First: Southwest FFA

The JROTC provided the engine for the Exeter Christmas Parade train Saturday afternoon. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Second: Exeter PTO

Religious

First: Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Church

The Exeter High School band marched and performed during the Exeter Christmas Parade Saturday afternoon. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Non-religious

First: Barry Electric

Second: Cub Scouts Troop No. 76

U.S. Army vehicles provided a sense of scale during the Exeter Christmas Parade Saturday afternoon, towering over onlookers at the event. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Best presentation

First: Schreiner Welding

Second: Edgar Schreiner

Best of show

First: Blazi

Second: Mark Moller Horse and Cart

Oldest vehicle

First Mick Finnell 1948 Ford

Second: Jesse Kirch 1932 Roadster

Vintage vehicle

First: Larry Daniels Camaro

Second: Gene Swadley Firebird

Most unusual vehicle

First: Ben Miller rock crawler

Second: Mike Corneilson racecar

Best modern vehicle

First: Cliford Wallace

Second: Sam Mattingly

Antique tractor

First: Horman John Deere

Second: Horman Allis

Classic tractor

First: Ben Miller 1957

Second Ben Miller 1948

Musical

First: Exeter High School band

Non-musical

First: Exeter High School cheerleaders

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