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Description: "Pastor Robert Nolden & Coucilmen posed at Zion Lutheran Church as they celebrated their 125th anniversary."
Description: "Jim Dobbe & his daughter are silhouetted in the doors of their barn. This is the site of Schnitzler's River View Hills mobile home park."
Description: "Pioneer Days is celebrated at Firemen's Park. Civil War reenactors, in period garb, put on a show of battlefield conditions."
Description: Dr. John Riegleman, Chiropractor; his wife Lisa, and children David (14), Sarah (10), and James (8) live at N7424 Madison Rd (Section 31).
Description: A "Keep US Out of War" and a 38 license plate were on a 1930 Chevrolet pickup truck restored by Eldor Streblow.
Description: Dan and Diane Krueger pose with sons, Jimmy, and Jerry (the tallest), on their property at N8990 Sunnyview Road (Section 7).
Description: The Gogert barn is on its last legs.
Description: The Hoepners moved here in April 1967. The last time cows were milked here was in 1966.
Description: "Leroy Koll removes milk cans from the conveyor at Widmer's Cheese Factory."
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: "This is a closeup photo of the nasty Burdock weed. Note all the tiny burs."
Description: "On this date, the Solomon Juneau House marker is erected. The marker program was started in 1952 and now numbers 347 markers throughout the state, with si...
Description: Tom and Leslee Kovalaske, their daughter Christina, and Tom's brother Jim pose in front of the barn at N8348 Hwy 175 (Section 23).
Description: "Theresa's Bonduel & Wisconsin Streets from the air."
Description: "Winter Wonderland."
Description: Leroy and Mary Gygax have been married for 38 years and moved here in 1968. They produce 6,000 pounds of milk per day.
Description: "Auctioneer, Norm Grantman, holds center stage on the Ziemer property south of Theresa on County P."
Description: "Workmen from Southeast Construction Company are laying a 10-inch gas line that begins at Pine Bend, MN and will end at Granville, IL."
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: "Theresa Fire Queen contestants were, from left, Queen Brenda Bernhard, Diane Adelmeyer, Sandy Wendling, & Collette Kuehl."
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