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Description: Widmer cheese float in the Firemen's Parade.
Description: "American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day."
Description: "A ribbon cutting ceremony was held when Theresa's new Post Office was officially opened."
Description: Russ and Betty Bodden live at N8079 Pine Court (Section 26).
Description: CEO Joe Widmer stand in the 40-degree cold storage room where Widmer's ages their award winning Cheddar, Brick, and Colby Cheese.
Description: Julie Bacon's husband, Stuart, has a license plate collection on the wall in the barn.
Description: Participants are off and running in the 5-mile American Legion Run.
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Description: "This bicycle was used for a daily commute to Widmer Cheese Factory. Wet heavy snow provided extra ornamentation." The photographer is an avid bicyclist.
Description: "Picking corn on the Luhn farm."
Description: The Myers have lived here for 8 years. Mary Jo's father is Jim Schinderle of Mayville. He is a pillar in the Mayville Historical Society.
Description: "After the ice storm it was a mess on Doyle Road."
Description: "The spires of Holy Hill appear in the distance at sundown as some Camelot in the sky. The long, 500 mm lens emphasizes the size of the church and the low-...
Description: "Zion Lutheran Church, Town of Theresa. At this moment, funeral services of Herb Sellnow are taking place."
Description: "Bartender Rita Koecher serves patrons: Russ Bandlow, Les Beck, & (unknown)."
Description: Gorden Senn displays a bottle that he purchased.
Description: The Retzlaff's own this antique potato planter, which was purchased from Ed Radke, a long time Theresa resident.
Description: "Dismantling St. Theresa Catholic School."
Description: Kay Widmer-Hren and her daughter Carly entertain Mrs. Edna Knueppel, age 95, at the Fond du Lac Lutheran Home.
Description: "This rail fence was on the Myron Weninger farm on County D. In the distance are buildings on the Paul Beckman farm."
Description: "Postal employees, Sheri Trautman & Mari Marks, are decked out for the Christmas Season."
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