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Description: William Milbrot, together with his mother, LaVerne, and a sister and brother, live at W2221 Gill Rd. With so many cats on the property, there should be no...
Description: "Eunice Lamers & Mary Ann Dreymiller. Henry Heinecke farm buildings are in the background."
Description: "Union Cemetery — The graves are awash in snow in the aftermath of the late January snowstorm."
Description: Dr. John Riegleman, Chiropractor; his wife Lisa, and children David (14), Sarah (10), and James (8) live at N7424 Madison Rd (Section 31).
Description: "Winfred Herberg, a perennial jokester, does a spoof on how to clean a camera lens."
Description: Wally and Bonita Zastrow live at W2139 Hwy 28/67 (Section 17). Bonita holds Bruno, the dog, and Wally holds Floppy, the rabbit.
Description: "Theresa Fire Company."
Description: Patricia Bintzler and Walter Geschke wedding at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: "This dam was constructed in 1917. Costs were funded by voluntary contributions totaling $206. Those who did not contribute were expected to donate their...
Description: "View from the water tower looking northwest."
Description: Rex Vane was photographed with "Boomer," on of the 31 Llamas that he is currently raising. They appear to be very docile animals.
Description: The Wagner family and friends stage a stone picking bee on their farm.
Description: The Lifkes have started a sideline business making candles. The business, called "Field of Light Soy Candle Co.," features candles made from soy wax.
Description: Russ and Betty Bodden live at N8079 Pine Court (Section 26).
Description: "These cows were photographed on the Myron Wenninger farm on County D."
Description: Karen Huettner and son, Kevin, live at N7561 Hwy 175 (Section 36).
Description: "Arnold Hartmann, using skill, ingenuity, and scrap metal, built this Reeves & Company steam engine in his basement workshop."
Description: "Jerry Adelmeyer picks up whey at Widmer Cheese Factory and transports it to the slurry tank on his farm."
Description: Assistant Fire Chief Bob Bernhard relaxes after a demonstration.
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