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Best Photos of 1967-1970

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Iowa corn flows into barges as Peavey Company River Terminal for the first time in four years, and is checked by Jerry Swanger, Peavey barge loader, Dick Johnson, division manager, and Clyde Thorkildson, superintendent for Peavey. Johnson said the…

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Dangling Three Stories Up...window cleaner Dale Morrell scrubs windows on the new telephone building, which will be occupied beginning Saturday. Nonpareil photo by Dave Mitchell.

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Sue Young, 2527 Avenue H, spells out the holiday with a sparkler for this Independence Day picture. Photographer Joe Cavallaro made the picture by taking a time exposure while Miss Young did the spelling. Then he added her picture with a flash…

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A mutual admiration society aptly describes Council Bluffs school bus driver Pat Murphy, 2516 Avenue A, and the kindergarten children of Hoover and Washington schools. "I love these children," Murphy says. And as for the children, "they would…

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It's inevitable--with warm spring days come dandelions. But Mrs. Andrew Karr, 33-3 Avenue G, looks on the bright side of the situation as she joins her small daughter, Becky Arnold, 2, in a closer look at the blooms. The yellow flowers, Webster…

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The Splat Of Raindrops...on the faces of Diane Baldwin and Vickie Corum produced smiles as they waited for a traffic signal near Washington School. They are first graders at the school. Nonpareil photo by Jack Kennedy

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The Headless Wrestler...is Alan Poore of Lewis Central as St. Albert's Jack Stageman forces him to stand into position.

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It was Ground-Hog-Day Eve and the temperature was a balmy 51 in Council Bluffs. Atop a hill in Fairmount Park, four Creighton University students and their friends cavorted while on a picnic, becoming silhouettes against the setting sun. It was a…

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It Was A Cold Day...when the Rock Island Railroad's Cornbelt Rocket pulled into the station to take on a load of passengers for Chicago. Steam rising from the waiting cars turned two rail employees into bundled silhouettes backlighted by a bright…

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Brittle fingers that in summer hold a lcoak of green leaves belong to this row of trees at Lake Manawa. As the Picnic tables huddle against the trees as if for warmth, the dull winter sun filters its way through a lacework of branches. Clouds hold…

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All That Is Missing...from this Halloween picture is a witch with a broom. As small goblins go forth Friday to collect goodies from their neighbors, Police Chief Nick Sulentic urged a campaign of safety and citizen alertness. Nonpareil Photo by…

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A bright sun, a heavy dew, fresh air and a few trees and shrubs beginning to turn color. What more could a guy want on the first day of autumn? The fall season officially arrived shortly after midnight Tuesday and Fred Bucknam, 427 Frank St., took…

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A runaway truck got its "horns" bent Tuesday afternoon as it slammed into a tree in front of 33 Frank St. The vehicle, owned by William Young of Peerless Products Col, of Omaha, jumped the curb before coming to its sudden stop. Young was ticketed…

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Players on Westwood Golf Course have a new addition to the landscape to consider before shooting toward the fourth green in the southeast corner of the links. Mr. and Mrs. DeLaine Rutledge, 1928 Avenue B., play near the mouth of the concrete…

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Lunchtime For Kittens...isn't interrupted by the antics of the one small skunk, at lower right. The "family" lives in the bottom of a can at Warren Feed and Grain Co. [photo has lines added to enhance/clarify outlines.]

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A Fireman's Hat...brings a coy smile from Bryan Baber, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baber, 125 Langstrom St.

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Mike Meadows is a nine-year-old who finds this spring's super crop of dandelions very intriguing--especially the fuzzy little seed head that can be dispersed with a quick puff. The seeds will try to take root for next year's crop. Mike is the son…

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What's more cuddly, soft and loving than a baby chicken? Not a thing, implies pretty Elizabeth Allred, 4, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Raymond Allred of Greenbriar Apartments. The young chicks appear ready to flee to the dismay of Elizabeth. She was…

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It wasn't an April Fool's joke, but the children of Mrs., William Manning, 421 Gleason Ave., were sill in high spirits Tuesday as they prepared to have their tonsils removed at Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Manning thought there was little use in just having…
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