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Description: The 'Yellowstone Trail' at one time passed through the village. Les Beck displays a sign next to a present day road sign."
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Ed Radke wearing a hat and overalls.
Description: This combination workshop and corn crib stands near the Ripple home.
Description: "Amish Auction."
Description: "Juneau House Marker."
Description: "Pioneer Days is celebrated at Firemen's Park. Civil War reenactors, in period garb, put on a show of battlefield conditions."
Description: "Raccoon hunters, Fred Zastrow, & Alfred 'Butch' Muche, and their dog Ranger display some of their catch on a shed on Madison Road."
Description: "A 'Hot Stove League' has evolved as locals meet daily in Russ Bandlow's Hardware Store. From left are Junior Guelig, Par Wagner, Sep Hartman, Fritz Giese,...
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: This barn on the Nickel farm was built in 1919 by Ed Radke. The Nickels are still milking 50 cows.
Description: Jenece and Richard Gross live at W1560 Hwy 28/67. They have lived here for 10 years.
Description: Mark and Eileen Lifke operate a working farm at W1873 Allen Rd (Section 29). They currently milk 55 cows. The Lifkes have lived here for 22 years.
Description: Huber Oechsner and Jim Polster pose with a Beck Motors parade entry.
Description: "Inspecting this horse power machine at the Theresa Historical Society are Larry Dogs, Alfred Benter, Fred Bandlow, and Martin Koll."
Description: "Larry Dogs & Evangeline Koll demonstrated how to use a Schnitzelbank."
Description: Arnold and Bernice Lifke were married 59 years ago, when Arnie returned from serving in the Marine Corp in the SW Pacific. They have lived on the farm most...
Description: There is some cream in the whey, which is extracted by pumping the whey through this cream separator (a Westfalia Centrifuge).
Description: Lloyd and Kim Hilgendorf live at W2050 McArthur (Section 17). After working in the iron mines at Neda, Lloyds's great-grandfather, Whilhelm Hilgendorf, and...
Description: This neatly-kept barn at W903 Hwy DD (Section 11) is owned by Ron and Karen Bernhard. They purchased the farm in 1990 from the William Beck family.
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