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Description: Angie Steckbauer poses with her pets, Callie and Drake, at N8184 Hwy P (Section 22).
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: Scott and Mary Jo Myers live at W2251 Elm Rd (Section 6), with their children, Dylan and Austin. Their dogs are Hailey and Bo. Scott operates Artisan Carpe...
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
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Description: "Zion Lutheran Church Wisconsin Synod."
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: "Baker Canning Co. watertower."
Description: The interior of the Schoebel barn is immaculate. The last cows milked here was in 1988. Ken was born on the property in 1931.
Description: After she baked some apple pies, Frieda Giese, 85, lounges in her expansive kitchen.
Description: The Gogert barn is on its last legs.
Description: "American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day."
Description: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: Lighted crosses at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Brothers Harley and Wilbur Backhaus funded the crosses with their wills.
Description: William Milbrot, together with his mother, LaVerne, and a sister and brother, live at W2221 Gill Rd. With so many cats on the property, there should be no...
Description: Earl Lichtenberg and his wife, Mona, are the current residents on the farm. They have been married for 45 years. Earl, who is now 70, has lived on the farm...
Description: This old historic building on the Susan Keller property was purchased by someone who plans to remove and restore the building at another site.
Description: This bucket, located on the Eugene and Mary Wiese property, was once used by Baker Canning Co. It was used to lower peas and corn into a cooker.
Description: Cliff and Renoda pose by this old granary.
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "Christmas Eve in Theresa."
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