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Description: "Corn awaits canning at the Baker Canning Co."
Description: A shot of a snowy Main Street in Theresa, Wisconsin.
Description: Much of the milk purchased by Widmer's is from Holstein Cattle, as seen grazing in this peaceful country scene.
Description: "At St. Theresa's parish hall our regulars are joined by "Buddy" Ruecker's friend Kitty Rogers & her mother Hilda Deamer (next to Ralph). Lucille Lux is at...
Description: "Telephoto picture of the old bridge. Note Highway is 175."
Description: "Juneau House Marker."
Description: "Kindergarten children perform at a Christmas Party at the Theresa School."
Description: Leo and Nancy Kiefer were scheduled to be married on Saturday, April 4, 1983. A big snowstorm and high winds forced them to cancel their wedding and they w...
Description: Landmark tavern in Theresa demolished to make way for highway improvement plan.
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
Description: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Description: "At NJ's Amanda was our waitress." From left to right; Amanda, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Shirley Widmer, and Richard Yehl.
Description: Farm worker harvesting corn on Nenno Road South of Theresa.
Description: "Tammy Diedrich and Kay Widmer-Hren congratulate Ralph Widmer on his 75th birthday."
Description: "When the turf at Lambeau Field was replaced, entrepreneurs boxed up the 'tundra' and sold it for $10 per box."
Description: Richard and Dorothy Fink farm at N9650 Sunnyview Rd (Section 6). The barn was built in 1905. Richard has lived here all his life, since being born in 1944.
Description: Milton and Adeline Retzlaff took time off from serving a steady stream of customers to pose with their merchandise.
Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: "St. Peter's at night."
Description: The Steinbach farm was purchased by Emil Steinbach from his uncle Car Schley in 1899. He passed the property to Arnold, the father of Bill and Werner, the...
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