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Description: "Looking southeast of the water tower are Carl Benter rental units."
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette pose for the photographer outside at their wedding.
Description: This is the Gygax farm at N9699 Hiawatha Rd (Section 4). Pictured are Leroy and Mary, their son, Kevin, and grandchildren Taylor, Tori, and Chase Wondra.
Description: The Theresa Historical Society held a meeting at the Schiefer house. Jim Widmer, Russ Bandlow, Fred Bandlow, Les Beck, Evangeline Koll, John Bodden, and Pe...
Description: "Rudy Hoepner, owned the shoe store in Theresa."
Description: "Spectacular lightning lights up the sky on a summer evening."
Description: The milk, after cutting, has been transformed into curds and whey. The curds are comprised of the solids in the milk and the remaining whey is the liquid p...
Description: "Snowfall in early October!"
Description: "Rock River Antiques is operated by Craig and Anita Ruffing."
Description: John Kasmiski is a veteran, having served with the 3rd Marine Division.
Description: "Legion members performed a flag burning ceremony on Pearl Harbor Day. Front; Comm. David Metz, Dodge County Comm. Jack Halverson, Gerald Beck & P. Bodden...
Description: "Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: The headline of the "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel" Super Bowl Extra reads, "How sweet it is!"
Description: "This view is straight south of Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: "St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church. On the first day of Lent, Pastor Paul Kante preaches to his congregation."
Description: "This is the view form the top of the steeple looking straight down."
Description: "With the aid of a self timer the photographer stepped into this picture."
Description: Is this a modern sculpture in the Dyer yard? No, Pam uses these ladders for her bean plants.
Description: "Jim Dobbe & his daughter are silhouetted in the doors of their barn. This is the site of Schnitzler's River View Hills mobile home park."
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Description: "Jerry Ritchie, of Ritchie Bros., Madison, repaired priceless stained glass windows at St. Peters Lutheran Church."
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