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More Missouri Day Winners

Winners have been announced for the 2013 Missouri Day Pumpkin decorating contest.
There were 14 entries in the contest. The adult winner was Tony Barajas. Winners in the children age 14-and-under were McKenna and McKenzy Dolan, first; Sierra Bruse, second; Tyson Persinger, third; and Dylan Smith, fourth.

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Missouri Day Festival A Success

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig The Grundy R-5 Marching Band participated in the field show competition in Saturday’s Missouri Day Marching Band Festival. A total of 56 bands took part in the event, held as part of this weekend’s Missouri Day Festival. See page 8 of today’s Republican-Times for additional photos.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The Grundy R-5 Marching Band participated in the field show competition in Saturday’s Missouri Day Marching Band Festival. A total of 56 bands took part in the event, held as part of this weekend’s Missouri Day Festival. See page 8 of today’s Republican-Times for additional photos.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig As part of the 29th annual Missouri Day Festival activities held over the weekend, persons got the chance to tour the renovations done so far at the Thompson House near Crowder State Park. A new roof and window framing has been done to the home with work now under way to reconstruct the kitchen and medical room. Students in Trenton Middle School instructor Kasey Bailey’s eighth grade social studies class also gave demonstrations typical of the 1830’s.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
As part of the 29th annual Missouri Day Festival activities held over the weekend, persons got the chance

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Awards Presented At Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies

Trenton FFA Advisory Kabel Oaks was the guest speaker at Thursday's Missouri Day Festival Opening Ceremonies.

Trenton FFA Advisory Kabel Oaks was the guest speaker at Thursday’s Missouri Day Festival Opening Ceremonies.


Ceremonies were held on Thursday night at the First Baptist Church to officially open the 2013 Missouri Day Festival.
“Honoring our Agricultural Heritage” is the theme of this year’s festival, with members of the Trenton and Grundy R-5 FFA chapters serving as grand marshal’s for this year’s parade. Trenton FFA advisor Kabel Oaks was

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Missouri Day Parade Entries

Over 200 entries will be in line for the Missouri Day Festival Parade, scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.
The Trenton Rotary Club is sponsoring the event, which leaves from the corner of Crowder Road and Main Street and continues down Main Street before turning onto Ninth Street and continuing to Bulldog Avenue and Eastside Park. Bands participating in the Missouri Day Band Festival will leave the parade lineup at

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Cameron Man Remembers Time As National FFA President

Retired Cameron businessman and farmer Charles Ocker, pictured fourth from right, joined his National FFA Officer Team for a visit with President Harry Truman during Ocker’s time as National FFA President.

Retired Cameron businessman and farmer Charles Ocker, pictured fourth from right, joined his National FFA Officer Team for a visit with President Harry Truman during Ocker’s time as National FFA President.

by Steve Maxey
R-T Special Correspondent
When the Missouri Day Festival parade rolls on Saturday morning, hundreds of participants and viewers will swell up with pride as the Future Farmers of America are honored as grand marshals of the

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Missouri Day Festival Opening Ceremonies

Opening ceremonies for the 2013 Missouri Day Festival have been set for 7 p.m. on Thursday at the First Baptist Church.
The event will be preceded by a soup supper, sponsored by the Trenton Ministerial Alliance, which will be held in the church basement from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
“Honoring Our Agricultural Heritage” is the theme of this year’s festival. The opening ceremonies will get under way with the presentation

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More Parade Flag Donors

Additional flags have been sponsored for this weekend’s Missouri Day Festival by the following contributors:
Klinginsmith TV and Appliance; Brad and Teresa Cross, in memory of John Hawkins, WWII veteran, and in honor of Dr. Albert Cross, Korean War veteran, and Brad Cross, U.S. Air Force; Shippen Construction Company; Shippen Automotive Repair; Tom and Sarah Brown, in honor of Tommy Brown; in memory of Wynn Hickman, Korean War veteran, by

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Missour Day Band Festival Schedule

Music will be in the air on Saturday as 55 high school bands will be coming to town to participate in the 17th Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.
Evaluative events are being provided the bands in parade, auxiliary, drumline and field show. The auxiliary and drum line competitions will be held in the high school gymnasium and are open to the public at no charge. The field show will be

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Safety First: No Candy Thrown From Moving Entries In Missouri Day Parade

With well over 200 entries in this Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade, officials from the Trenton Rotary Club are reminding participants that for the safety of children no candy or other items are to be thrown from moving parade entries.
Organizers will allow individuals to walk alongside their floats, cars or other conveyances and hand out treats. It is the hope of all Rotarians that no child will be injured

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