Seniors reminisce about Pearl Harbor
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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