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Description: Gerald and Rose Mary Adelmeyer own this barn at W661 West Bend Rd (Section 14).
Description: "Kindergarten children perform at a Christmas Party at the Theresa School."
Description: Ronald and Kathleen Steger, who refused to be in the picture, live at W2372 McArthur Rd (Section 18). They lived here 31 years and last milked cows on July...
Description: Replica of Solomon Juneau's house in Theresa Parade. Juneau is credited with founding the town.
Description: "The Theresa Lions Club has installation of officers at the American Legion Hall."
Description: Richard and Dorothy Fink farm at N9650 Sunnyview Rd (Section 6). The barn was built in 1905. Richard has lived here all his life, since being born in 1944.
Description: Opening presents at the Beck-Dudley wedding.
Description: "On a hillside off McArthur Road, waste water from Widmer Cheese Factory is dumped into a ridge & furrow disposal system."
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: "At NJ's Amanda was our waitress." From left to right; Amanda, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Shirley Widmer, and Richard Yehl.
Description: "When Theresa celebrated their sesquicentennial, Village President Chris Giese accepted a proclamation from Assemblyman Bob Goetsch."
Description: "The camera looks east on Gill Road. S. McArthur Rd. enters Gill Rd. on the other side of the bridge."
Description: "Gerald and Grace Batzler with sons, Roger and Thomas, pose in a field dotted with shocks of grain."
Description: "Theresa village president, Chris Giese, accepts a Growth Award for outstanding tree management in the village of Theresa."
Description: "Lester Beck readies the casket for the burial service at Zion Lutheran Church."
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Description: "Shirley Borgman."
Description: This antique Dixie gas pump is on the LeRoy and Mary Priesgen property at N7502 Doyle Road. They have lived here since 1960.
Description: "As you look north, North Pole Road intersects DD. At the right is Theresa Station."
Description: "A ribbon cutting ceremony was held when Theresa's new Post Office was officially opened."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
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