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Description: Pam Donald and her children, Joey, Jimmy and Mary, live at N8914 N. Pole Road (Section 11).
Description: All pheasants raised by the Theresa Rod and Gun Club wear blinders. Pheasants raised in captivity tend to peck each other so blinders are used to prevent t...
Description: "Karen Schmidt poses next to a self-portrait."
Description: "Jonathon Green, WTMJ radio personality, was the guest speaker at the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: "Runners are poised to take off in the 5 mile Chili Run. There were 197 entrants, some from as far away as Libertyville, IL."
Description: "The Theresa Lions Club Annual Tractor Pull at Firemen's Park. This contestant is from New Hamption, IA."
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
Description: "L-R: Kristy Stommel, Ryan Krueger, and Brian McManus play their xylophones."
Description: "Theresa's first female Village President is 44-year-old Chris Giese. Chris works in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Agnes Hospital and she and her husband...
Description: "This is the boat landing at Rivers Edge Park."
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: Frieda Giese and her son, Lyle, live at 1946 Hochheim Rd (Section 32). Frieda has lived here since 1940.
Description: "The camera, with a long lens, looks across the valley."
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
Description: Joey Bernhard plays TAPS on Memorial Day.
Description: "Otto Manthey, Mayville, former member of the famed 32nd Red Arrow Division, was an interested observer when the marker was dedicated."
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: This former Liechtle barn is located inland from McArthur Road. A long driveway, going south, will lead you to the property in Section 21.
Description: The Mork property is landlocked. Laura has to drive on a neighbors property to reach Hwy 175.
Description: Les Beck at Firemen's Park.
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