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Description: "With the aid of a self timer the photographer stepped into this picture."
Description: "Workers put the finishing touches on the new water tower."
Description: "Hubert Oechsner, Norm Grantman, and Peter Dogs were photographed at the Ziemer property."
Description: Brick Cheese derives its name from the bricks used to press the curds.
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
Description: Cake, ice cream, and soda served at the annual Historical Society Social.
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: "Chuck Trauba releases pheasants on Warner Road."
Description: John J. Widmer gives "Alice in Dairyland", Janice (Findlay) Aiken, a tour of the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: "Jim Wiseman emceed a Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: The Dean Adelmeyer family has lived here since 1992. Cows were last milked here in the 1960s. The Leonard and Olive Steger family lived here.
Description: "American Legion Picnic at Firemen's Park."
Description: Gerald and Rose Mary Adelmeyer own this barn at W661 West Bend Rd (Section 14).
Description: The Myers have lived here for 8 years. Mary Jo's father is Jim Schinderle of Mayville. He is a pillar in the Mayville Historical Society.
Description: Ralph and Phyllis Bodden pose on their farm.
Description: Vernon and Cathrine Steger proudly display a lifetime collection of Native American artifacts found on their farm.
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