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Description: With a Rolleiflex camera, Fred Bandlow takes pictures of bridesmaids at the Boegel/Shommer wedding.
Description: Greg and Kathy Keup live at W992 Hocheim Road. In 2000 they discontinued farming. They both have "Harley" motorcycles and plan a trip to Sturgis, South Dak...
Description: "Dr. Arnold W. Boegel receives a 'This Is Your Life' booklet from Walter Sauer, representing the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: "Crews begin the cleanup after the ice storm."
Description: "When this marker was dedicated, Highway 41 as designated the World War II Veteran's Memorial Highway."
Description: The old building on the right is the first barn on the Dogs property.
Description: The Lifkes have started a sideline business making candles. The business, called "Field of Light Soy Candle Co.," features candles made from soy wax.
Description: Marilyn Steger has a nice view of the barn through the large picture window in her spacious home.
Description: The artwork on this barn was done by Andrea Zimmel.
Description: "American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day."
Description: Scott, Grace, and Ryan ride in a tractor on the Batterman farm.
Description: After she baked some apple pies, Frieda Giese, 85, lounges in her expansive kitchen.
Description: Arbor Day activities for school children at Theresa Fireman's Park: a light lunch, a slide presentation, and the planting of two trees.
Description: The Schnitzlers posed with this fancy Meadowbrook Cart.
Description: John and Kris Groeschel live at N8200 Hwy 175. They moved here in 1992 from West Bend. The farm was formerly owned by Ed Bodden, and then Al and Ann Bodden...
Description: Jim Wiseman, husband of Louise Wiseman, drew some laughs when he appeared on stage at the Lioness Club Fashion Show. Wiseman wore a checked robe and boxers...
Description: "Andy Schnitzler, Jr. posed with shovel, broke ground for the River View Mobile Home Park."
Description: The Theresa team watches as a teammate plays.
Description: The Parishes pose with Lily, one of the 115 Scottish Highland cattle that they raise. They have been raising this type of cattle for six years.
Description: "Poll workers front to back: Lester Unglaub, Millie Leichtle, Evangeline Koll, and Ethel Rahjes."
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