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Description: A banner can be seen above a street in Theresa, celebrating the town's sesquicentennial.
Date: date unknown
Description: "This field is located south of Theresa."
Description: Milton and Adeline Retzlaff live a mile west of Theresa at W1346 Hwy 28 (Section 9). The Retzlaff's, who will be married 60 years in August, last milked co...
Description: "Our waitresses at The Hillcrest Inn, are Faye (seated) and Beth (standing).
Description: Janet Hoepner entertains her parents, Rudy and Agnes, along with a roomful of friends.
Description: "Theresa Fire Department."
Description: "When Theresa firemen purchased a new truck, as is customary, other fire departments came to initiate the new truck."
Description: "At the fire on the opposite page [Page 26], this 3/4 full, 500 gallon propane tank exploded and was propelled 1/2 mile to this location on the Jim & Donna...
Description: Audrey A. Peardon is daughter to the late Max Rentsch, a well-known area cheesemaker.
Description: "Saturday night service at St. Theresa's Catholic Church. Father Charles Loehr speaks to his congregation."
Description: "Gretchen Radke 9th Birthday Party. L to R: Suzanne Strege, Mary Ann Koecher, Gretchen Radke, Phyllis Rothe, Kitty Schuster, Grace Rahjes, Joan Widmer, Joa...
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: "John O. Widmer shows visitors from Nebraska what Brick Cheese looks like."
Description: Ed Radke gathering corn on land now occupied by the Theresa Library and Highlander Estates.
Description: "Solomon Juneau, a devout Catholic, named Henni Street after his friend, Bishop John M. Henni. Bishop Henni (1805-1881) headed the newly designated dioces...
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: This farm, at N8139 Hwy P (Section 22), has been in the Dogs family since 1937. Norbert and Hertha purchased from William Benter in 1937. They sold the far...
Description: Legionaries place flowers on graves at River Church Cemetery.
Description: This former Liechtle barn is located inland from McArthur Road. A long driveway, going south, will lead you to the property in Section 21.
Description: "Late in the day, the cows return for milking on the Batzler farm."
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