I had a St.Paul Dispatch newspaper route in town during 1970 and 1971, and one of my subscribers, a very old lady named Edna O'Connell, had water stains on her home's interior walls, and on some of her furniture, caused by the 1965 flood. You could look around the inside of her house and practically tell where the water level had been. She lived on N. 5th, on the corner of Locust St, I believe, or perhaps the corner just one block north or one block south of Locust. She gave me a dime tip every two weeks, which was good for 10 pieces of penny candy at Bender's Drug Store. Or sometimes I bought a 5-cent Cherry Coke and five pieces of candy.