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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: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
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Description: A man drives a tractor pulling a hay wagon through a field.
Description: A banner can be seen above a street in Theresa, celebrating the town's sesquicentennial.
Description: "When this airplane developed engine trouble, it was forced to land on the Myron Weninger farm, south of Theresa. Hillary Weninger explains what happened."
Description: "A sled was used to convey the milk cans. Shown are Ralph Widmer, Bill Breitag, and Ken Reimer."
Description: On New Year's Eve, Gene Koll, Vice President and Branch Manager of TSB Bank, Theresa, worked very late into the night compiling year-end data and watching...
Description: "Pheasant release on Warner Road."
Description: "Theresa's Water Tower."
Description: "This photo shows the John Steger home on the West Bend Road, foreground, the Willard Bogenschneider farm in the middle distance, and Theresa Station and t...
Description: "Brenda & Kay Widmer examine an ice covered fence on the Jim Dobbe Farm (Sunny Brae Farm)."
Description: City children visit the O'Connor farm for a hands-on experience.
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: Wagon Train continues on McArther Road.
Description: Ron Redman, Theresa's "Walking Man" spends a good part of the day walking up and down the streets of Theresa.
Description: "'Gebby' Weber, with daughter Karen, hoisted an empty beer keg on his shoulder to recreate the Journal photo on the opposite page [Page 48]."
Description: This group relaxed at the old Weber Brewery. Left to Right: Craig and Anita Ruffing, Les Black, Helen and Fred Bandlow, Shirley Widmer and Russ Bandlow.
Description: The Behm familiy suffers a barn fire.
Description: View of automobiles driving on a street, entering the city. The Theresa water tower can be seen on the left.
Description: "Marge Walsch."
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