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Description: Photographer Edgar Mueller, "Corny" Weber, and auctioneer Ken Schoebel check out an old Weber Beer Bottle.
Description: Gorden Senn displays a bottle that he purchased.
Description: Theresa Fireman's Picnic Parade.
Description: Chuck Bernhard competes in a pie eating contest.
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: Flashy models received much attention from amateur photographers at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: Models at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: "Dr. Arnold W. Boegel is feted for his many years of faithful service to Theresa by the local Lions Club at the Lomira Legion."
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: "Hubert Oechsner, Norm Grantman, and Peter Dogs were photographed at the Ziemer property."
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: Winter scene with mail carrier in car putting mail in a mailbox. "Ralph Koll, Rural Mail Carrier. Somewhere in this monstrous snow drift is Helen Moldenha...
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