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Description: Fred and Helen Bandlow.
Description: "Village man, Lawrence Steger, posed in the village truck."
Description: "This photo, taken by the light of the full moon, shows coon hunter Alfred 'Butch' Muche patiently waiting for his fellow hunters. Kodak Super XX film was...
Description: Two men working in a vat that has been filled with pasteurized milk and to which rennet (an extract from a calf's stomach) has been added, which coagulates...
Description: "Our waitress, Laurie Kuehl, sits down and jokes with us at the Mosey on Inn. Laurie informs us that her brother is the proprietor and her mother helps out...
Description: "Mark Lifke sprays corn in a field on Warner Road."
Description: "Armand Quick, one of Theresa's most famous sons, died in late January and is buried in the family plot at the Catholic Cemetery. Quick was famous for his...
Description: "Ralph Widmer receives milk at Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: "Patrons at Koecher's Bar are L-R, Clyde Bandlow, Gene Greiner, Bea Greiner, Oliver Justman, Dottie Justman, & Rita Koecher."
Description: Pastor John Berg participated in the American Legion Run.
Description: Randy and Sherry Kemp and son, Nick, live at N8642 Hwy P (Section 15).
Description: "It was billed as the 'Theresa Lions first tractor pull.' An overflow crowd of between 1600 and 2000 people witnessed the event according to chairman Jim N...
Description: "A sled was used to convey the milk cans. Shown are Ralph Widmer, Bill Breitag, and Ken Reimer."
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Description: "The old bridge on North Pole Road serves as a backdrop for Brenda & Kay Widmer & their mother, Shirley."
Description: Fred, a college student, son of Ronald and Kathleen Steger, agreed to be in this photo.
Description: Parishioners surprise Reverend Charles D. Loehr with an anniversary party celebrating 40 years in the priesthood.
Description: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "What was a thriving iron ore mine at Neda is now home to some 500,000 bats. The steel cage keeps humans out, but allows access for the bats."
Description: "Cows graze along the Rock River. In the distance is North Pole Road and beyond that tracks of the Soo Line Railroad."
Description: Gorden Senn displays a bottle that he purchased.
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