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Description: "Mason Rueben Schuster displays a building block invented by his grandfather."
Description: "Lynn Zimmel serves a customer at Zimmel Implement."
Description: "Poll workers front to back: Lester Unglaub, Millie Leichtle, Evangeline Koll, and Ethel Rahjes."
Description: Water barrel fight: two groups with dueling hoses suspend a barrel in air. Children and adults look on with excitment.
Description: Tammy Nickel poses as the newly crowned Theresa Fire Department Queen.
Description: Carol Leichtle helps her friend, Patricia Bintzler, prepare for her wedding.
Description: "In Theresa's new library, Sandy Merchant, Betty Bodden, Nancy Koll, Sheryl Bodden, and Peg Langenfeld."
Description: "Theresa's Water Tower."
Description: "When the turf at Lambeau Field was replaced, entrepreneurs boxed up the 'tundra' and sold it for $10 per box."
Description: "Shirley Widmer poses on the now completed water tower base."
Description: "Surveying Crew on McArthur Rd. Sunny Brae farm is in background."
Description: "Tammy Nickel - Theresa Fire Department Queen."
Description: View from a stage of a gathering of the Homemaker Club.
Description: "Police officer, Bill Poellot, shows off his police dog to Cliff Dogs, Neil Coulter, Gordon Loehrke, and Lynn Zimmel."
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: "This tiny miniature wrench, photographed next to a 50-cent piece, is the creation of Arnold Hartmann, the master, from Mayville."
Description: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: "Theresa Waste Disposal System. Village man, Jim Zillmer, checks out sprinkler system."
Description: Elevated view of the town's elaborate brick church featuring a central steeple.
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