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Description: "Theresa Documentary. Black & White Photos By Jim Widmer."
Description: "With tape recorders catching every word, Les Beck, right, reads from his mother's diaries. Ralph Widmer, left, and Fred Bandlow, center, add to their vivi...
Description: "Dr. Gregory P. Langenfeld, Theresa's fine family doctor. Greg received his M.D. in 1941, after graduating from Northwestern University. He followed in the...
Description: "Police Officer Bill Poellot makes the rounds on the 'River Road.'"
Description: "Jerry Burgess, Field Supervisor for Phoenix Fabricators and Erecors, has a 'catchy' license plate."
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Description: "Theresa Village Board. (l-r) Ray Guelig, Leroy, Gerald Musack, Jim Leisk, Pres. Gordon Neitzel, Clerk-Treas. Ralph Ruecker, Jack Burns, and Harold Adelmey...
Description: "Jim Wiseman emceed a Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
Description: This is a very old building on the Leo and Helen Bonack property.
Description: The Bonacks, with their dog Bailey, have this old structure on their property.
Description: The last time cows were milked on the Schwertz property was in the 1960s.
Description: "Late in the day, the cows return for milking on the Batzler farm."
Description: Friends and relatives hand-pick corn at the Luhn Farm.
Description: The milk is pasteurized for the first step in the cheesemaking process. Milk is heated to 161 degrees, held at that temperature for 15 seconds, and then co...
Description: "Dr. Arnold W. Boegel is feted for his many years of faithful service to Theresa by the local Lions Club at the Lomira Legion."
Description: This sign gets your attention when you pull into the long Battisti driveway at W2476 Zion Church Rd.
Description: "Farm Scene."
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: Tom and Norma Jaster have this barn on their property at N8860 North Pole Road.
Description: "Whooping it up at the Snowmobile Dance at Firemen's Park."
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