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Description: "The bride - Cynthia Neitzel."
Description: This neatly-kept barn at W903 Hwy DD (Section 11) is owned by Ron and Karen Bernhard. They purchased the farm in 1990 from the William Beck family.
Description: John and Tammy Roecker with their children Cayla 3, Courtlyn 4, and (not pictured) Cody & Cassie. They live across the road from this barn at W4161 Mountai...
Description: Mrs. William (Norma) Rahjes honored for her 50 years as an organist.
Description: Having encountered some huge stones in their fields, Richard and Dorothy decided to make some into a centerpiece on their lawn. Richard estimates the top s...
Description: The newlyweds pose in front of Krueger's Empire Hotel in Theresa.
Description: Crowd looks on as crew demolishes building across street.
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Description: "Shirley Borgman."
Description: View of a bird (Robin) perched on its nest atop an outdoor lighting fixture.
Description: "Larry Luhn, along with relatives and friends, picked corn in a field along Bancroft Road."
Description: "Construction of the dam in Theresa Marsh."
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: Pastors John Berg and Bob Hoepner greet parishioners outside Saint Peters Lutheran Church.
Description: "These are the proverbial 'Brick Outhouses' that were found at a one room school at the corner of Fair View Drive and Wayne Center Road."
Description: "Ivan Weber shows off his collection of Indian artifacts."
Description: The Fink Farm at W2331 Elm Dr. John and Vicky Fink and their children, Brandon and Brittany, pose with John's father, Roger.
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: This is a very early home on the Bellin property. It is believed that Mrs. Leo Moldenhauer (nee Bogenschneider) was born here in 1900.
Description: The finished cheese curds are weighed and poured into forms to make a 40 pound block of cheese.
Description: Eunice Lamers and her pet are silloutted by the late afternoon sun.
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