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Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014
2007 Houston Mull Scholarship Cattle Drive

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Looking for strays? (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

Found it! One in every crowd. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

U.S. Highway 65 was blocked for less than 10 minutes by Missouri State Highway Patrol and Saline County Sheriff's Department as cattle crossed the busy four-lane highway on Thursday, Nov. 1. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

Resting after the first day in the old-fashioned way at the Bill Martin farm. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

At the Martin Farm, the horses formed a line of various colors by the fence as they rested. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

Kenny Gordon and his Chuck Wagon Crew serves chili for supper to feed the hungry, hard-working riders on the extended drive. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

Bill Nienhueser, 88, of Concordia sits tall above the "pink" mule for a fundraiser to benefit the Fitzgibbon Community Cancer Center campaign. He was the first person to sit on the mule and contribute to the cause. (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

Loos, right, interviews Nienhueser, right, about his experience during the D-Day invasion during WWII for a segment of "Loos Tales." (Marcia Gorrell/Democrat-News)

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