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Description: "St. Peter's Ev. Lutheran Church. At a 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, special service, Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Hoepner were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary....
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Annual Tractor Pull."
Description: "Village President Chris Giese accepts a Tree City USA Award on Arbor Day."
Description: "Theresa's new Cwik Mart."
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette pose for the photographer outside at their wedding.
Description: "Fall harvest."
Description: Horses and carriage at the east end of Henni Street in winter.
Description: Models at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: "WWII Veteran Les Beck, and Gold Star Mother Lorraine Heinecke."
Description: "Supporters of Dwight York watch election returns on the TV screen."
Description: "On the following pages workmen assemble Theresa's new water tank."
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Description: "Zion Lutheran Church Wisconsin Synod."
Description: "Workers put the finishing touches on the new water tower."
Description: "Hay was being made on the Edwin Schnitzler farm on Doyle Road."
Description: Nikkormat EL was the photographer's first 35mm camera made by Nikon.
Description: "When a pair of robins decided to make their home on this coach light, it provided some fine photo opportunities. The birds' progress was monitored from a...
Description: "Theresa mayor Mike Weymeir, his wife Carol, village clerk, and their daughter, Laura, participate at G & Z's Hall."
Description: "Zion Cemetery. Herb Sellnow is laid to rest a short distance from the farm where he spent most of his life."
Description: "Cows were nosy when a camera was set up in a field near Theresa."
Description: "Mrs. Ona Johnson's second and third graders — Theresa Public School."
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