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Description: Ed Rath and Lois Beck wedding. The bride and groom are standing in front of the altar. Lois is the daughter of Norm and Marcella Beck.
Description: "This tree was photographed in Bandlow's woods."
Description: "Andy Schnitzler, Jr. posed with shovel, broke ground for the River View Mobile Home Park."
Description: Eileen Wenninger and Mark Lifke ride off after their wedding at Saint Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: Photographer Edgar Mueller, "Corny" Weber, and auctioneer Ken Schoebel check out an old Weber Beer Bottle.
Description: "This shows where Cty Trk P & Hochheim Rd intersect. A small creek cuts through the Wm Kemp Farm."
Description: "This rail fence was on the Myron Weninger farm on County D. In the distance are buildings on the Paul Beckman farm."
Description: "The Hillcrest Inn is a short distance south of Theresa, at the intersection of Highway 33 and Cty Tr P."
Description: "With the Catholic Church steeple looming in the background, Schuster Construction men work on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Description: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: Dick and Carol Ouellette pose with relatives and friends after their wedding.
Jim Widmer's "Spirit of Rural Wisconsin," Part I
Description: "Shirley Widmer stands near a gas line on Luhn farm."
Description: "Bodden family reunion. From left; Herb, Oscar, Armella, Clara, Joe, and John Bodden, are parents of all these offspring."
Description: "Widmer's Cheese Cellars. (l-r) Harvey Kamrath, Ralph, Joe, and John Widmer scoop brick cheese curds out of the vat. Widmers are now in their 56th year of...
Description: "Flooding on Mayville Street."
Description: "Theresa Village President, Martin Koll, presided at the ribbon-cutting at the River View Mobile Home Park."
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Description: "The old bridge on North Pole Road serves as a backdrop for Brenda & Kay Widmer & their mother, Shirley."
Description: "Ken & LaVerne Schoebel pose with their fleet of trucks."
Description: "This bicycle was used for a daily commute to Widmer Cheese Factory. Wet heavy snow provided extra ornamentation." The photographer is an avid bicyclist.
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