Apples, Music, Junkin' Take Over Prairie Grove & Lincoln PHOTOS BY LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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Jean Helm, left, of Lincoln, has been making apple butter for the Arkansas Apple Festival for 20 years. Her helpers this year included her youngest grandddaughter, Mollie Jean Helm of Stilwell, Okla., and her sister, Linda Godden of Lincoln. Helm had 500 jars of apple butter to sell at the 42nd festival.
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Jean Helm, left, of Lincoln, has been making apple butter for the Arkansas Apple Festival for 20 years. Her helpers this year included her youngest grandddaughter, Mollie Jean Helm of Stilwell, Okla., and her sister, Linda Godden of Lincoln. Helm had 500 jars of apple butter to sell at the 42nd festival.

Jean Helm, left, of Lincoln, has been making apple butter for the Arkansas Apple Festival for 20 years. Her helpers this year included her youngest grandddaughter, Mollie Jean Helm of Stilwell, Okla., and her sister, Linda Godden of Lincoln. Helm had 500 jars of apple butter to sell at the 42nd festival.


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