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Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: Dennis and Ardis Weiand live at N9627 Hwy H (Section 1). Their home on the property was built in 1900 for $3,000 by William Enderle.
Description: Loehrke and Zastrow wedding party in front of church.
Description: Fritz Ziemer home from the back.
Description: The dance hall at Theresa undergoing extensive remodeling by former TV personality Ward Allen.
Description: Kathy Benter receives a gift from Santa at the Lions Christmas Party. Her husband is at the left. Lions members are Silver Polster and Ollie Weninger.
Description: "Main Street taken with a telephoto lens."
Description: "Poll workers at Theresa."
Description: Martin Koll and Larry Dogs check out a horse pull on the Theresa Historical Grounds.
Description: Cherie Krenz Schellinger and her children, Dawn and David, live at 7464 Freedom Road (Section 35). Note the very old wooden silo.
Description: Elevated view of the town's elaborate brick church featuring a central steeple.
Description: "Theresa Firemen Gene Koll, 21-year veteran, models a 1920 Fireman's uniform. Gene's wife, Pam, beamed approvingly."
Description: Theresa firemen participate in the Knowles Annual 4th of July Picnic and Parade.
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Description: Cover of Jim Widmer's "Focus On Theresa" series. Text reads, "How we looked in the late 1940s & 1950s."
Description: "U.S. Post Office. Rural mail carrier, Ralph Koll, sorts the mail prior to beginning his route."
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: Gordon and Zora Neitzel are standing on what was once Hwy 175. The highway passed between the house and the barn.
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: Ronald and Kathleen Steger, who refused to be in the picture, live at W2372 McArthur Rd (Section 18). They lived here 31 years and last milked cows on July...
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
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