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Description: Brick Cheese derives its name from the bricks used to press the curds.
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
Description: This old barn is at N7662 Madison Road. Brian and Joyce Gogert and their sons, Adam and David, have lived on the property for 20 years.
Description: "The view south from St. Theresa Catholic Church."
Description: "School children boarding bus #14 after school."
Description: Cake, ice cream, and soda served at the annual Historical Society Social.
Description: Donna, who moved here 9 years ago, shows off her horses, Red and Dasher.
Description: "The Tom and Barb Zingsheim residence at 217 Park Street."
Description: "A new bridge was built where Zion Church Road intersects Highway 175. The road was later relocated and now passes on the right of the farm building on th...
Description: Fritz Ziemer home from the back.
Description: Louise Wiseman performs at talent show dressed in lace lingerie. The stage is decorated with pumpkins and cornstalks.
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: "Chuck Trauba releases pheasants on Warner Road."
Description: John J. Widmer gives "Alice in Dairyland", Janice (Findlay) Aiken, a tour of the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: This barn is at 1776 Hocheim Road. Lois Benter and her cat C.D. posed for this picture. She acquired C.D. on Christmas Day - hence C.D.
Description: "Jim Wiseman emceed a Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
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