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Description: Arbor Day activities for school children at Theresa Fireman's Park: a light lunch, a slide presentation, and the planting of two trees.
Description: Gary and Yvone Lousberg and their dog, George, live at W1422 Zion Church Road. (Section 28)
Description: "Santo Foti posed outside the Foti Drugstore."
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: "The wonderful old bridge." The bridge was built in 1874 by Frederick Fisher.
Description: "There are some imposing hills on Lone Road. The camera faces north."
Description: Al Trauba and Ed Radke are interested bystanders at the Ziemer auction.
Description: "Photographer Edgar G. Mueller of Mayville."
Description: "This is Schuyler Street Pub at 212 Schuyler Street on Highway 67 in uptown Neosho."
Description: Cherie Krenz Schellinger and her children, Dawn and David, live at 7464 Freedom Road (Section 35). Note the very old wooden silo.
Description: "Theresa Main Street in midwinter."
Description: "This photo, and all the following, were taken on Memorial Day, 1967."
Description: "Flags were flown at half-staff at Michels Pipeline Construction Inc., when it was learned that founder Dale Michels had passed away."
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
Description: "Auctioneer Col. Ken Schoebel takes charge at the auction at the home of Bill & Norma Rahjes."
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: "Dodge County firemen compete in the 'water barrel' fights at Theresa's Firemen's Picnic."
Description: "School children boarding bus #14 after school."
Description: Lawrence, a WWII Army Air Corps Veteran, and his wife Dorothy, have been married for 61 years.
Description: "Theresa Station. Situated at the end of DD, the village was once known as Marshville. Two feed mills, a lumber yard, and the Soo Line tracks made for quit...
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