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Description: Andy and Karen Schnitzler and "Ruffy" pose in their Community Center. The Schnitzlers purchased the farm in 1980 and began the center in 1988.
Description: View from a stage of a gathering of the Homemaker Club.
Description: Proprietor Joel Bernhard joins the picture. This is the 200th fish fry that the group participated in. Andrea Hanson, second from the left, wrote an articl...
Description: The bride, Marge Walsh, and groom relax at Krueger's Hotel. They are flanked by Ray and Marie Guelig Sauer.
Description: Roger and his friend, Lona, had a huge "Garage" sale in the Sarasin barn.
Description: Florence and Harold Wiedmeyer have been married for 65 years and lived here for 62 years. They raised 12 children.
Description: "Theresa Homemakers Club hosted other homemaker clubs at the Theresa Public School. Guest speaker, Ann Kaiser (right), editor of 'Country Women' magazine,...
Description: "Evangeline Koll and Arlene Beck ride the float in the Allenton Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: "Miss Fond du Lac was a guest when the Theresa Lions Club held its annual meeting."
Description: "Our waitresses at The Hillcrest Inn, are Faye (seated) and Beth (standing).
Description: Sue Mitchell has a sewing room in the corner of her log house. She has lived here since 1977.
Description: Walsh-Guelig wedding. Edgar and Margie enjoy some cake.
Description: "At St. Theresa's parish hall our regulars are joined by "Buddy" Ruecker's friend Kitty Rogers & her mother Hilda Deamer (next to Ralph). Lucille Lux is at...
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