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Description: "Mari Marks models some spiffy earrings." Earings made from Christmas ornaments.
Description: "Ed Radke, who celebrated his 91st birthday on Feb. 5, routinely walks downtown from his home on the north end of the village. Ed, who needs no eyeglasses,...
Description: Gordon and Gayle Luhn were married September 1, 1979.
Description: "LaVerne Sterr."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: "Eunice Smith served as an organist for many years at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Theresa."
Description: Huber Oechsner and Jim Polster pose with a Beck Motors parade entry.
Description: The Ziemer auction is being held at the Dog's farm on County P.
Description: For 8 years, Laura Mork has lived on this farm at N8369 Hwy 175 (Section 22) with her two goats and two dogs.
Description: Janet Hoepner entertains her parents, Rudy and Agnes, along with a roomful of friends.
Description: "This is Kristi Neitzel's Sunday School class at St. Peter's Church."
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: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: View of the plat map of Theresa, copyright by General Map Company, 1952.
Description: Brick Cheese derives its name from the bricks used to press the curds.
Description: This is the Gygax farm at N9699 Hiawatha Rd (Section 4). Pictured are Leroy and Mary, their son, Kevin, and grandchildren Taylor, Tori, and Chase Wondra.
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: "The long lens compresses this view from the frozen Rock River in the foreground, the Catholic cemetery, and the Haag farm buildings in the distance."
Description: Helen Hayes poses in the barn at her farm.
Description: "As you look north, North Pole Road intersects DD. At the right is Theresa Station."
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