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Description: "Paul Koecher is shown at Krueger's Hotel & Bar when Don Dehn & Eunice Lamers were married."
Description: "Camera study of a dedicated smoker."
Description: "Ruben Bintzler, Fred Bandlow, Dotty & Ollie Justman, relax in the Bandlow workshop."
Description: "Lucky Strike cigarette composition."
Description: "American Legion Picnic at Firemen's Park."
Description: "Pat Bintzler feeds chickens on her parent's, Herb & Elvira, farm."
Description: "LaVerne Sterr."
Description: "Village man, Lawrence Steger, posed in the village truck."
Description: Eunice Lamers leaves for her wedding to Don Dehn. Her parents Ted and Ceil Lamers are in the background.
Description: "Pat Bintzler displays one of her prize chickens."
Description: "Rudy Hoepner, owned the shoe store in Theresa."
Description: With a stoic demeanor the bride, Mary Ann, takes the arm of her father, Hub Dreymiller, at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: "John O. Widmer shows visitors from Nebraska what Brick Cheese looks like."
Description: Eunice Lamers and Don Dehn are united in marriage at St. Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: "Workers collect bales of hay on the Herb Bintzler farm, which is located on Hwy 41 (Hwy 175 today), south of Theresa."
Description: "With the aid of a self timer the photographer stepped into this picture."
Description: "Ruth Zirbel."
Description: "The Joe Kohl Family."
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