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Alyson Buschena/Daily Globe Betty and Rusty Anderson, a WWII veteran, reminisce about their experiences during WWII.

Seniors reminisce about Pearl Harbor

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WORTHINGTON -- Seventy-one years ago, with rumors of war rumbling in the east and a Japanese threat looming in the west, mothers began preparing breakfast, farmers stepped into the cold to do morning chores and children tried to steal a few more minutes of sleep -- all unaware that "a day which will live in infamy" was dawning.

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Alyson Buschena
Alyson joined the Daily Globe newsroom staff after spending a year in Latin America. A native of Fulda and graduate of the University of Northwestern, she has a bachelor's degree in English with a dual concentration in Literature and Writing and a minor in Spanish. At the Daily Globe, Alyson covers the crime beat as well as Pipestone and Murray counties, community news and feature stories. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and cooking. More of Alyson's writing can be found at http://throughthelookingglass.areavoices.com.
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