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Robert (Bob) Evans was born in Wrexham, Wales, in 1881. He played local football for Olympic Juniors and Stansty Villa before joining Wrexham. An outstanding goalkeeper he was transferred to Blackburn Rovers in 1903 for a fee of £150.

Blackburn finished in 15th place in the league that season. Despite good individual performances from Bob Evans, Bob Crompton, Adam Bowman, Fred Blackburn, Arnie Whittaker and Fred Pentland, Blackburn could only finish in 13th place the following season. In an article that appeared in the Blackburn Times a journalist wrote: "Like its two predecessors, the season of 1904-05 has been one of disgrace to the Rovers".

Lawrence Cotton, a local wealthy businessman, became chairman of Blackburn Rovers in March 1905. The following month Robert Middleton signed Evans' former colleague, Billy Davies from Wrexham.

Blackburn Rovers finished in 9th place in the 1905-06 season. Adam Bowman was once again the club's top scorer with 15 goals. His strike partner, Billy Davies, added 11 more.

Robert Middleton made several significant signings that year, including Jack Martin, Edwin Latheron, and Wattie Aitkenhead. Blackburn Rovers finished in 12th place in the 1906-07 season.

Bob Evans left Blackburn Rovers in 1907. Over a four year period he played 104 times for the club. Evans also won ten international caps for Wales. Evans also played for Birmingham City, Coventry City and Nuneaton Town before retiring from football.

Bob Evans died in 1962.


Bob Evans Farm and the Restaurants History

The Homestead is now known as a historic place. It was once a stage coach stop and an Inn. Today the Homestead serves as a company museum and historic center.

Bob Evans began making sausage on the southeastern farm in Rio Grande Ohio. At first he served samples to guests in the Homestead kitchen. As more people came he opened a little Sausage Shop on the farm to better serve them.

The Sausage Shop which is now a Bob Evans Restaurant was the company’s first venture in the business. Today you can visit the original Bob Evans Restaurant and experience the tradition of an all American farm.

The Bob Evans Craft Barn features fine folk art and the work of more then 50 award winner crafts people. There is also RV and primitive camping you can call 1-800-994-FARM for more information. The farm is open daily from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Labor Day to Memorial Day.

Bob Evans is the pride of Ohio and many schools have field trips to the farm. Kids and Adults alike enjoy spending a day on the farm. There are many events held through out the year at Bob Evans Farm.

There is an Annual Antique Car Show. This year was the 29th annual one. The roads around the Homestead Museum and the Craft Barn are always filled with collectable cars from the Model A to modern classics. Antique farm equipment is also on display. Admission is always free.

There is an Annual “Down on the farm Gospel Sing.” This event is held at the outdoor Amphitheater features great Gospel music. Admissions are $10 in advance, $12 at the gate children five and under are free.

For the 35 years they have had the Annual Bob Evans Farm Festival held October 14, 15 and 16th from 9am to 5pm daily. It features down home entertainment, great food, homestead living displays and more than one hundred demonstrators and crafters. Admission for adults is $5 children ages 6-12 are $3 and children 5 and under are free.

November 25, 26, and 27th is the Bob Evans Farm Craft Barn Holiday Open House from 9am – 5pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm. Craft Demonstrators and refreshments are all part of the festival. Admission is free.

Has you can see there is lots of events at the Bob Evans Farm and great home-style cooking at all the restaurants.

Bob Evans is 87 years old and the farm has become too much for him to handle. About eighty percent of the farm where he prepared his first batch of sausage in Gallia County is up for sale. The home of Bob Evans and several hundred acres around it are not involved in the sale. The property being sold includes bans, other houses and the Jewell Evans Grist Mill.

About two thousand acres of Evans’ twenty-six hundred acre Hidden Valley Ranch near Bidvell Ohio eighty miles south of Columbus Ohio is being marketed has a “historic and famous property.”

Come out experience farm life and delicious food you’ll be glad you did and maybe you’ll even get to meet Bob Evans.


Timeline of Bob Evans events

November 1981 — Denise Beaudin goes missing shortly after Thanksgiving with her 6-month-old daughter, Dawn, and her boyfriend, Bob Evans from Manchester, N.H.

March 1984 - May 1985 — Evans hired as an electrician in the Los Alamitos, Calif. area under the name Curtis Kimball.

November 1985 — Two bodies found in barrel at Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, N.H. an unidentified adult female (23-33 years old) and female child (5-11 years old).

January - July 1986 — Evans is living and working at the Holiday Host RV Park in Scotts Valley, Calif. He was using the name Gordon Jenson and in the company of a young girl known as Lisa (Beaudin’s daughter).

June 1986 — Evans abandons Lisa, leaving her with a family he knew from the RV Park.

March 1989 — Evans arrested on warrants from the child abandonment and sentenced to three years behind bars.

May 2000 — Second barrel found at Bear Brook State Park, containing remains of two unidentified female children (1-3 years old and 2-4 years old).

June 2002 — Evans’s girlfriend, Eunsoon Jun, disappears from Richmond, Calif.

November 2002 — Evans arrested for Eunsoon Jun’s homicide. Convicted the following June.

August 2003 — DNA testing determines that Evans and Lisa Jenson are not biologically related. San Bernardino County Sheriff begins investigation into true identity of Lisa Jenson.

December 2010 — Evans dies in prison

2016 — Lisa Jenson’s first cousin and grandfather identified in New Hampshire, leading to her identification as Dawn Beaudin.

2016 — San Bernardino County Sheriff contacts New Hampshire authorities about connection between Dawn Beaudin, Denise Beaudin, and Evans.

October 2016 — DNA confirms Evans is the biological father of the unidentified 2-4 year old whose body was found in Allenstown in 2000.


About the Farm

Bob Evans, the founder of our company, lived on the Bob Evans Farm in southeastern Ohio for nearly 20 years. He and his wife, Jewell, raised their six children in the large brick farmhouse known as the Homestead. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the Homestead was where the Evans family opened The Sausage Shop in their front yard, which later became the first Bob Evans restaurant. The spirit of hospitality is deeply embedded in our company’s history.

Now that Bob Evans Farms product offerings have expanded, so has our network of farms around the country. By integrating wise farming techniques with the latest technology, this vertically integrated system allows us to better serve our customers by providing readily available, top-quality products. Our refrigerated storage allows us to monitor and maintain the freshness of our products so that every one that leaves our facility carries the finest flavor and texture that our customers have come to expect.

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The Humble Origins of 11 Chain Restaurants

They’re seemingly everywhere, yet they all started somewhere. Here are the stories of the humble beginnings of 11 chain restaurants.

1. Applebee’s

The world’s largest casual dining chain celebrated 30 years of eatin’ good in the neighborhood in 2010. The original Applebee’s, which was named T.J. Applebee's Rx for Edibles & Elixirs, opened in Atlanta in 1980. The founders of the original restaurant, including Bill and T.J. Palmer, wanted to name the restaurant Appleby’s, but that spelling had already been registered. Cinnamon’s and Peppers, two other names considered, were taken as well. The Palmers settled on T.J. Applebee’s, which was just different enough from their first choice. “Menu items ranging from munchies to steak and quail are served at round, high-topped tables on platforms,” read one newspaper review from 1981. A second location was opened in Atlanta before T.J. Palmer’s ownership group sold the restaurant concept in 1983. The name was changed to Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill in 1986 and became the first casual dining chain to hit 1,000 locations in 1998.

2. Bob’s Big Boy

In 1936, Robert Wian sold his Desoto roadster for $350 to purchase a hamburger stand he named Bob’s Pantry on Colorado Blvd. in Glendale, California. The double-decker burger Wian created for a hungry group of musicians that wandered into the restaurant late one night and asked for something different was an instant sensation. Wian, who named his creation the Big Boy after a chubby kid in overalls who frequented Bob’s Pantry, opened a second location in Los Angeles in 1939. In 1969, one year after McDonald’s introduced its Big Mac, Wian sold his chain of 600 Big Boy restaurants to the Marriott Corporation for $7 million. The oldest standing Bob’s Big Boy is in Toluca Lake, Calif.

3. Bob Evans

Bob Evans began producing sausage on his farm in 1948 for a 12-stool diner he owned in southeastern Ohio. His patrons raved about the sausage, prompting Evans to enter the sausage-making business on a larger scale. Bob Evans Farms was launched in 1953, and when the number of visitors to his farm began to increase, Evans saw an opportunity. Evans opened a small restaurant called the Sausage Shop in front of his brick farmhouse in Rio Grande, Ohio, in 1962. The Sausage Shop is considered the first of Bob Evans’ now-famous chain restaurants. Today, Evans’ farmhouse, known as the Homestead, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

4. California Pizza Kitchen

In 1985, federal prosecutors Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax opened the first California Pizza Kitchen in Beverly Hills. Rosenfield and Flax, who were inspired by Wolfgang Puck’s popular Spago restaurant in West Hollywood and hired Puck’s original pizza chef at CPK, read Ray Kroc’s autobiography prior to starting their business. Today, the chain has grown to more than 250 restaurants.

5. Cheesecake Factory

In 1972, Oscar and Evelyn Overton moved from Detroit to a suburb of Los Angeles to launch a wholesale bakery specializing in cheesecakes. Six years later, the Overton’s son, David, opened a salad and sandwich shop in Beverly Hills that featured 10 flavors of his mom’s cheesecake. One of the main purposes of the shop was to get local restaurateurs to carry the Overton’s cheesecake in their own establishments, but it turned into a booming business of its own. Overton opened a second restaurant in Marina Del Rey in 1983. The rest was history.

6. Cracker Barrel

In 1969, Dan Evins, who worked in his family’s gasoline business, opened the first Cracker Barrel Old Country Store off Highway 109 in Lebanon, Tennessee. By 1977, 13 additional Cracker Barrel stores had opened. The goal of the original Cracker Barrel was to provide a place for motorists to fill their tanks and their stomachs, and the inspiration for the concept came from the general stores that Evins frequented as a child. According to the Cracker Barrel website, goods such as crackers were shipped to these stores in barrels, and when the barrels were empty, the base was often used for a checkerboard. The gift shop remains a staple of Cracker Barrels today.

7. Denny’s

Harold Butler founded Denny’s in Lakewood, Calif., in 1953 as Danny’s Donuts. First-year earnings totaled $120,000. Butler opened 20 additional shops and expanded the menu to include sandwiches and other entrees over the next six years before renaming his restaurants Denny’s. Butler began franchising Denny’s in 1963 and introduced its signature Grand Slam breakfast in Atlanta in 1977. In 2000, Denny’s opened a restaurant in Rhode Island, which was the only state without one.

8. IHOP

The first IHOP was opened by brothers Al and Jerry Lapin on July 7, 1958, in Toluca Lake, California. Part of the reason the Lapins chose Toluca Lake was to capitalize on the overflow crowd from Bob’s Big Boy. Al Lapin had operated a series of coffee carts in Los Angeles when fast-food chains started to take off and saw the potential for a fast-food restaurant that specialized in breakfast. Today, IHOP boasts more than 1,500 restaurants in all 50 states. IHOP purchased Applebee’s in 2007.

9. Red Lobster

Bill Darden opened the first Red Lobster in Lakeland, Fla., in 1968. The restaurant, which offered seafood at reasonable prices, was popular from the start and Darden soon opened four additional locations throughout Florida. In 1970, General Mills purchased Darden’s chain. The original restaurant was closed in 1997 after Darden determined that Lakeland would be better served by only one location.

10. TGI Friday’s

Alan Stillman opened the first T.G.I. Friday’s at First Avenue and 63rd St. in New York City in 1965—partially as a means of meeting airline stewardesses. “The other thing is that my timing was exquisite, because I opened T.G.I. Friday’s the exact year the pill was invented,” Stillman told the New City Reader last year. “I happened to hit the sexual revolution on the head, and the result was that, without really intending it, I became the founder of the first singles bar.” The first Friday’s featured Tiffany lamps, sawdust on the floor, and distinctive red and white striped awnings. First year revenues at the original Friday’s were $1 million. A second location opened in Memphis in 1970, and within 10 years, eight other T.G.I. Friday’s had opened. Stillman eventually sold Friday’s and launched Smith and Wollensky Steakhouse in 1977.

11. Waffle House

The original Waffle House opened on Labor Day 1955 on East College Avenue in Decatur, Georgia. In 2008, the 13-stool diner that launched more than 1,500 Waffle Houses reopened as a Waffle House museum, with vintage equipment and memorabilia displays of old uniforms and place settings. “That was the year McDonald’s and all the hamburger chains started doing takeout,” Waffle House co-founder Joe Rogers told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2008 of his idea to open a restaurant with his neighbor, Tom Forkner. “We wanted to do sit-down, and we knew you couldn’t take out a waffle or it’d become flimsy.”


Bob Evans Restaurants

Rio Grande, Ohio, resident Bob Evans ventured into the restaurant business in the 1940s, operating a small diner. What made a name for his restaurant was his sausage, produced from his own hogs. Eventually, the Bob Evans name became synonymous with both sausage and country-style restaurants. In the 1960s, the first Bob Evans Restaurant opened its doors in Rio Grande, eventually becoming the first in a chain of restaurants that made up the Bob Evans Farms, Inc. By 2004, the company operated more than five hundred restaurants in the United States, including not only Bob Evans Restaurants but also Owens Restaurants and Mimi's Cafe Restaurants. Bob Evans Farms, Inc.'s sales total more than one billion dollars each year, and the company's stock is traded on the NASDAQ. The company also owns and operates the original Evans farm, known as the Homestead, in Rio Grande. The farm hosts thousands of visitors each year and offers several special events, including an annual quilt show and a bluegrass festival.


BOB EVANS FARMS Historical Stock Price

Below is the stock price history for Bob Evans Farms BOBE. Data is recorded each day for the historical open, high, low, close and volume. The Bob Evans Farms stock price history on this page may differ at times from other common exchange data as it is obtained from broker feeds. However you'll find it's usually very accurate.

Bob Evans Farms Historical Stock Price

DateOpenHighLowCloseVolume
2018-01-11 77.03 77.03 77.01 77.03 97,207
2018-01-10 77.04 77.04 77.01 77.02 62,114
2018-01-09 77.09 77.14 77.01 77.04 7,667
2018-01-08 77.11 77.12 77.01 77.03 7,837
2018-01-05 77.19 77.19 77.07 77.07 18,049
2018-01-04 78.10 78.10 77.11 77.28 64,364
2018-01-03 77.33 77.66 77.31 77.61 79,225
2018-01-02 78.51 78.51 77.29 77.34 155,882
2017-12-29 79.51 79.55 78.71 78.91 12,635
2017-12-28 79.35 79.69 79.28 79.52 16,752
2017-12-27 79.00 79.40 79.00 79.30 10,402
2017-12-26 78.71 78.945 78.60 78.91 10,001
2017-12-22 78.25 78.82 78.25 78.82 13,341
2017-12-21 78.25 78.50 78.08 78.17 13,058
2017-12-20 78.33 78.38 78.06 78.10 4,856
2017-12-19 78.34 78.74 78.27 78.45 13,281
2017-12-18 78.36 78.40 77.80 78.06 11,152
2017-12-15 78.22 78.39 77.89 78.31 9,439
2017-12-14 78.00 78.10 77.82 77.99 6,566
2017-12-13 77.94 78.26 77.805 78.23 14,706
2017-12-12 77.70 77.93 77.70 77.83 20,015
2017-12-11 77.78 77.81 77.67 77.74 20,873
2017-12-08 77.67 77.71 77.50 77.67 11,172
2017-12-07 77.58 77.94 77.58 77.86 15,730
2017-12-06 77.60 77.68 77.52 77.64 10,540
2017-12-05 77.31 77.66 77.31 77.60 18,312
2017-12-04 77.65 77.67 77.30 77.34 11,843
2017-12-01 78.01 78.01 77.17 77.30 10,959
2017-11-30 77.53 78.04 77.53 78.01 27,408
2017-11-29 77.50 77.68 77.47 77.61 22,795

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Bob Evans (restaurateur)

Robert Lewis Evans (May 30, 1918 – June 21, 2007) was an American restaurateur and marketer of pork sausage merchandise. He based a restaurant chain bearing his identify. The firm additionally owns Owens Country Sausage.

The solely individual in Ohio to be honored 3 times by the National Wildlife Federation, Evans spent greater than 40 years preserving wildlife. He additionally planted seeds for the way forward for the agricultural business via his help of youth organizations reminiscent of 4-H and FFA and his involvement in increased schooling. He was a former member of the Ohio Board of Regents, the state’s public higher-education governing board. He additionally labored with faculty college students on the Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. He additionally supported many neighborhood organizations, together with the Heart Fund, Ohio Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Arthritis Foundation, and Easter Seals.

Although Evans retired from the corporate in 1986, he remained actively concerned in his neighborhood and with quite a few causes. Evans inspired native farmers to make use of extra environment friendly livestock grazing methods which are higher for the surroundings. [ citation needed ]

In a bid to consolidate income, the corporate closed 27 shops nationwide beginning in April 2016. This has affected about 1100 employees, who have been provided termination advantages if relocation weren’t potential. [6]

Local eating places weren’t prepared to purchase Evans’ sausage, so he began his personal, with the primary opening on his farm in 1962. These eating places have been designed in a purple and white coloration “Steamboat Victorian” fashion. The first of those “new” Bob Evans Restaurants was situated in Chillicothe, Ohio, however by the early Nineteen Seventies, the eating places had expanded all through Ohio. Expansion into different states was began within the late Nineteen Seventies. As of 2012, Bob Evans Farms, Inc. was a $1.7 billion restaurant and retail meals merchandise firm that has eating places in 19 states. [5]

In 1953, the enterprise was integrated as Bob Evans Farms Inc. By 1957, the corporate opened 4 sausage vegetation to maintain up with demand. In 1963, Bob Evans Farms Inc. was listed on the Nasdaq inventory change with an unique subject of 160,000 shares. Evans served as a director and president of the corporate till his retirement on December 31, 1986.

Bob Evans Farms received its begin when Evans started making sausage on his southeastern Ohio farm to serve at a 12-stool diner he owned in close by Gallipolis in 1948. Evans couldn’t discover a supply of passable sausage, so he started making his personal, slaughtering his personal hogs and utilizing the most effective components of the hog. The constructing the place he made the sausage was constructed with open ends, on the suggestion of his father, so it may very well be used as a equipment shed if the sausage enterprise failed. In 1953, a bunch of family and friends acknowledged the rising demand for Evans’s sausage and have become his enterprise companions by establishing Bob Evans Farms. The unique Bob Evans Restaurant on the farm was known as The Sausage Shop. Although it began with 12 stools, right this moment the restaurant can seat 134.

Evans married Jewell Victoria Waters (November 4, 1919-July 24, 2019) in June 1940. They moved to Gallipolis, the place he purchased a restaurant named the Malt Shop within the early Forties. When Evans was inducted into the Army in 1943, he offered his curiosity within the restaurant to a pal.

The household moved to Gallia County, Ohio, in 1929 to be close to kin. The household settled in Gallipolis, Ohio, the place his father owned and managed a grocery retailer. [3] Evans attended public faculties in Gallipolis and graduated with honors in 1937 from the Greenbrier Military School, a boys-only personal navy boarding highschool in Lewisburg, West Virginia. He attended the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine from 1937 to 1939. [4]

Evans was born on May 30, 1918, to Stanley Lewis Evans and Elizabeth Evans (née Lewis) in Sugar Ridge, Ohio, [1] situated in Center Township in Wood County, Ohio, the place his father and uncle farmed on rented land. [2]


Gold treasure recovered from a 1857 shipwreck is set to make its debut

More than $50 million worth of gold bars, coins, and dust that's been described as the greatest lost treasure in U.S. history is about to make its public debut in California after sitting at the bottom of the ocean for more than 150 years.

The 3,100 gold coins, 45 gold bars and more than 80 pounds (36 kilograms) of gold dust recovered from the wreckage of the S.S. Central America steamship are now sitting in a makeshift laboratory just south of Los Angeles.

Bob Evans, the chief scientist on the original voyage that discovered the shipwreck and its treasure in 1988, is now painstakingly cleaning each piece of gold by hand, soaking it in a solution and brushing off rust and grime that accumulated as the treasure sat 7,000 feet (2,134 meters) below sea level.

"This is a whole new season of discovery," Evans told The Associated Press this week from the laboratory in Santa Ana. "We are now peering beneath the grime and the rust that is on the coins, removing those objects and those substances and getting to look at the treasure as it was in 1857."

Central America was laden with booty from the California Gold Rush when it sank in a hurricane off the coast of South Carolina in 1857. Four hundred and twenty-five people drowned and thousands of pounds of California gold were lost, contributing to an economic panic.

Using sable paintbrushes and a cleaning solution, Evans has been restoring the gold —some of which is completely caked over in black gunk — to its original luster for the past two weeks. He will continue that work through February, when the treasure will go on public display at the Long Beach Convention Center, just south of Los Angeles.

The gold is all for sale. Just one tiny coin alone could go for $1 million because of its combination of rarity and the history behind it, said Dwight Manley, managing partner of the California Gold Marketing Group, which is displaying and selling the gold.

"This is something that in hundreds of years people will still be talking about, reading about, looking back on and collecting things from," Manley said. "There's no other ships that sank that haven't been recovered that rival this or are similar to this, so it's really a once-in-a-lifetime situation."

Meanwhile, the deep-sea treasure hunter responsible for finding the gold in the first place continues to sit in an Ohio jail over his handling of the original treasure recovered from Central America.

Treasure hunter and Ohio native Tommy Thompson found the ship in 1988 after convincing 161 local investors to fund the voyage for nearly $13 million.

A lengthy battle ensued over who owned the gold, with Thompson and his investors eventually emerging as the victors over a group of insurance companies. Thompson's company sold 532 gold bars and thousands of coins to the California Gold Marketing Group for about $50 million in 2000.

Investors never saw any of those proceeds. In 2005, they sued Thompson, who then went into seclusion in Florida and later became a fugitive after an Ohio judge issued a warrant for his arrest in 2012.

Authorities tracked Thompson to a Florida hotel room in 2015. A judge has held Thompson in contempt since December 2015 for violating terms of a plea deal by refusing to answer questions about the location of 500 missing gold coins. He's been jailed ever since.

Thompson has previously said the coins were turned over to a trust in Belize. He has also said that the $50 million from the sale of the gold mostly went toward legal fees and bank loans.

Recovered in 2014, the gold going on display in California next month is only the second round of treasure brought up from the Central America.

Manley, of the California Gold Marketing Group, bought the gold from investors this month. It was the first time investors saw returns since their initial investment in the 1980s, though some of them died waiting to see such a day.

The gold will be on display Feb. 22-24 at the Long Beach Convention Center.


Domestic violence often turns deadly

Rogers had filed a police report against Nelson in March 2017 after he entered her home. Nelson was charged with stalking by menacing and burglary and taken to the Stark County Jail, according to court records.

But later, Rogers was found guilty of filing a false police report in the case.

Angelo described Nelson as “clearly a dangerous person” before he was located.

Domestic violence has soared during the COVID-19 pandemic across the United States and around the world as survivors are more often trapped at home with their abusers.

SAFETY PLAN: How a safety plan can help you survive domestic abuse

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DV: Intimate partner violence needs its own #MeToo

If you are a victim of domestic violence, The National Domestic Violence Hotline allows you to speak confidentially with trained advocates online or by the phone, which they recommend for those who think their online activity is being monitored by their abuser (800-799-7233). They can help survivors develop a plan to achieve safety for themselves and their children.

Safe Horizon’s hotline offers crisis counseling, safety planning, and assistance finding shelters 1(800) 621-HOPE (4673). It also has a chat feature where you can reach out for help from a computer or phone confidentially.


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