Daily Clarion/Andrea Howe

Pete Wallace, 85, rural Owensville, Saturday demonstrates how his lawn display appears Easter morning at his home on County Road 450 West. Wallace said he constructed a Christmas manger scene and his children told him he should leave it to make an Easter tomb display. Saturday morning, the stone was still in place, but Wallace said he would have the sign erected and the stone rolled away to depict an empty tomb. Wallace and his wife are celebrating Easter at Bethlehem General Baptist Church Sunday.

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