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Tony DiGiovanna, 91, bought two identical pairs of shoes in South Dakota 17 years ago, and is still wearing them today. His 11-room Enos Park home is filled not only with he and his wife Bernice's belongings, but his parents' as well. The house has been in his family since 1934. Tony started working young, selling newspapers, and went on to work in a variety of industries:  shoe and automotive factories, railroads, and grain elevators.