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Heritage Weekend

Seventy-five years ago (1947) the Examiner had a story on the front page about an aged turtle whose tummy was carved with the initials of four generations of the Grover Evans family. The oldest date was 1853 when John Evans carved his initials. This was followed by Peter Evans, his son, in 1877. Grover added his initials in 1900. Two of his sons, Paul and Eugene, added . . .

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