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  • Tags: Best Pictures 1962-1966

Although some people might find the large scaffolding in front of Rank's Department Store less than attractive, photographer Don Wright snapped this study in symmetry and geometric design. Ranks is remodeling the front of its building.

Small boy drinking from outside water hose.

Basketball game in high school gym; player with ball making drive under the basket.

Three Sisters of Mercy sitting by the scoring table at bowling alley.

Sister of Mercy waiting inside the doors as students enter (at St. Albert's High School?)

A Sister of Mercy at bowling alley, at the end of the lane after releasing ball.

Six Sisters of Mercy at bowling alley; one Sister selecting a ball.

Two Sisters of Mercy at bowling alley, one Sister is selecting a ball from the return.

Truck Which Failed To Observe Sign...did this damage to Griswold storefronts early Wednesday.

Aiko Yoshikawa, left, and Jacqueline Roy, right, foreign exchange students from Japan and France, share state tournament cheers with Judy Pedersen, center, Abraham Lincoln senior, as A.L. advanced to the basketball finals. "It's so exciting, " Aiko…

Council Bluffs is treated to a canopy of rolling clouds Saturday morning following a .5 inch rainfall. This picture was taken on Broadway at Fourth Street by Jack Kennedy, Nonpareil photographer.

Two-Story House...fell into its own basement after it was undermined by heavy rains. The house was moved to a new foundation at Fifteenth Street and Avenue H within the past week.

Woman standing in front of a barbed wire fence, hills in the background.,

Jutting McPaul derailment, this flat car didn't get into orbit Tuesday. Its load, polished slabs of granite, slid off, foreground. Other picture on page 5.

Look, No Tonsils...seem to be the words of Ricky, 4, and Gene, 3. Beth Marie, s (middle) is sill a little unhappy about the operation.

The Spider...pulled down a great share of Lynx rebounds. Paul Merkuris (52) looks like he used four arms and four legs on this effort, as a T.J. defender flounders behind him.

With Aid Of Walking Sticks...Fireman Robert Carroll, an unidentified man, and Policemen C.E. Moore, Ronald Stevens, John Schweer, Herbert Mace and William Lane continue on their long trek to Missouri Valley and Back [sic].

A sign on the first tee at the Dodge Park Golf Course offers a reminder Thursday that spring is only 21 days away, but a fresh blanket of snow turns the greens of the course white.

Interstate 29 Roundup...turns highway patrolmen into cowboys as 69 cattle are herded down the super-road.

Fred W. Herbert...resigned last week as Cass County deputy auditor. He worked in the courthouse all but 10 years since 1898.
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