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Description: "Eunice Lamers."
Description: View of an article continued from page 71 in an issue of "Popular Photography" magazine. The article demonstrates Jim Widmer's dry mounting method for orga...
Description: "Corn awaits canning at the Baker Canning Co."
Description: "John O. Widmer shows visitors from Nebraska what Brick Cheese looks like."
Description: With a stoic demeanor the bride, Mary Ann, takes the arm of her father, Hub Dreymiller, at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "This crop dusting plane crashed and burned on the Lucy Firk's property on the north end of the village."
Description: "LaVerne Sterr."
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "The Foti Drugstore."
Description: "This view is straight south of Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. At this time Hwy 41 was still routed through the village."
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leichtle.
Description: "Ruth Zirbel."
Description: "Leroy Koll removes milk cans from the conveyor at Widmer's Cheese Factory."
Description: "Jayne Blodgett - Conover Model." A photographer with a 4x5 press camera is shooting from the opposite direction.
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: Eunice Lamers and Don Dehn are united in marriage at St. Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: An automobile drives down a tree-lined dirt road which would later be rerouted.
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