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Description: View of an article on Theresa's "best kept secret," Custom Accessories, a manufacturer of garters for the wedding industry.
Description: A shot of a snowy Main Street in Theresa, Wisconsin.
Description: "Water tower construction in Theresa."
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: Companies that build sidewalks in Theresa branded the concrete with their names. Stoffer and Schuster's mark is pictured.
Description: Newlyweds Jean Beck and Bruce Dudley in front of the altar.
Description: "When St. John's Lutheran Church, at Brown's Corner, served up a chicken dinner, Max Rentsch was the chief chef."
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: A girl snuggles up to a young rabbit.
Description: "Theresa Laundromat. Dave Hanke patiently waits for his laundry."
Description: "John Chancellor, left, and Tom Brokaw, NBC political experts, critique the presidential debates."
Description: "Jeanna Jaster, 20-month old daughter of Tom and Norma Jaster, enjoyed some corn at the Theresa Lions corn roast."
Description: "A packed grandstand at the Dodge County Fairgrounds watched as garden tractors roared down the straightaway."
Description: "For pumping out the milk at each farm, a small gas engine was used to power the truck's pump. Myron Weninger checks the pump on the Widmer Cheese bulk tru...
Description: "Armand Quick, one of Theresa's most famous sons, died in late January and is buried in the family plot at the Catholic Cemetery. Quick was famous for his...
Description: Horses and carriage at the east end of Henni Street in winter.
Description: "Theresa Lioness Club: (front) Sue Schwantes, Sheila Wiseman, Jan Reuter, Mary Bandle, Louise Wiseman, & Nancy Bandle. (Back) Nancy Kuczkowski, Helen Egger...
Description: "Dodge County firemen compete in the 'water barrel' fights at Theresa's Firemen's Picnic."
Description: "This working party at Firemen's Park, drinking Pioneer beer, is (L-R) Peter Bodden, Jack Burns, Philip Schwinn, & ?."
Description: "Barn Door."
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