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Description: Workers are busy filling the stainless steel Brick Cheese forms with curds.
Description: After the milk is picked up at the farm, it is stored in tanks that hold up to 25,000 lbs. and is held at temperatures of 38 to 40 degrees.
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: Members of the Threresa American Legion Post 270 dedicated this plaque on Memorial Day. Les Beck, an army veteran, and Lorraine Heinecker, a Gold Star Moth...
Description: Reinhard Grulke received this horse and carriage cutout as a gift.
Description: There is some cream in the whey, which is extracted by pumping the whey through this cream separator (a Westfalia Centrifuge).
Description: "Erhard Luhn comes to the cheese factory in a sleigh."
Description: "Peggy Langenfeld is flanked by her son Peter (left) and Funeral Director Charles Koepsell as they wait for transportation to the cemetery."
Description: "Jim & Hedy Dobbe Family. Front: Kathleen, Hedy, James Mark, & Karen. Back: James Walter & John."
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Description: View of a tractor fertilizing crops in a field.
Description: This barn was owned by the Weninger family. The Schreibers mover here 6 years ago from Milwaukee.
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: "Theresa Main Street in midwinter."
Description: About 40 elk are currently being raised on the Enderle farm by Tim Enderle.
Description: "The Hillcrest Inn is a short distance south of Theresa, at the intersection of Highway 33 and Cty Tr P."
Description: "Craig Ruffing, Les Beck, and Fred and Russ Bandlow relax at the old Weber Pioneer Beer Brewery."
Description: Newlyweds Jean Beck and Bruce Dudley in front of the altar.
Description: The Herbsts, who have two children in their 30s, live on a farm that was in the Bodden family for many years.
Description: Eunice Lamers and Don Dehn are united in marriage at St. Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: Jesse and Janet Paul, who live across from this barn, at W155 West Bend Road, have been here for 33 years. Jesse has been wheelchair-bound for 11 years.
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