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Description: "Runners are poised to take off in the 5 mile Chili Run. There were 197 entrants, some from as far away as Libertyville, IL."
Description: "School children boarding bus #14 after school."
Description: "Flooding on Mayville Street."
Description: "Theresa's new Cwik Mart."
Description: "Workmen posed at the room that was added to the village office."
Description: View of Theresa, Wisconsin.
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: Theresa landmark disappeared over the weekend as part of the highway improvement plan. Originally built by Morris Lehner, the tavern and restaurant was a p...
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: "Ed Radke, who celebrated his 91st birthday on Feb. 5, routinely walks downtown from his home on the north end of the village. Ed, who needs no eyeglasses,...
Description: "Theresa Main Street (Milwaukee Street)."
Description: "Bridge over the Rock River in Theresa."
Description: "The Foti Drugstore."
Description: "Theresa Bank employees from left are Sal Beck, Suzy Erdman, Gene Koll, and Dick Lux."
Description: A concert on Rock River Street.
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: "Joe Lackas works on the playground behind the Theresa Learning Center."
Description: "This view is from St. Theresa Catholic Church. Looking north toward Zimmel Implement."
Description: "Widmer Cheese was a campaign stop for New York Mayor John Lindsay as he looked for votes for president."
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