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Description: "Gerald and Grace Batzler with sons, Roger and Thomas, pose in a field dotted with shocks of grain."
Description: An addition was made to the hall to accommodate additional offices.
Description: "Paul 'Skip' Trauba."
Description: "On a Sunday evening at G & Z's Hall, country and western line dancers step out smartly to the music."
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: "The seven Bodden brothers; (front L-R) Frank, Michael, Jacob, (back) Ernest, Hubert, Henry, & Ed."
Description: "Bartender Rita Koecher serves patrons: Russ Bandlow, Les Beck, & (unknown)."
Description: After the milk is picked up at the farm, it is stored in tanks that hold up to 25,000 lbs. and is held at temperatures of 38 to 40 degrees.
Description: Photographic portrait of Mayor John Lindsay during his campaign at Widmer Cheese.
Description: Vernon and Alice Beck and son, Milan, live at W1057 Zion Church Road (Section 34). Their silo is 98 years old and the barn is 150 years old.
Description: The Herbsts, who have two children in their 30s, live on a farm that was in the Bodden family for many years.
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Description: "Players coax on turtles at the 'Turtle Game' at Firemen's Park."
Description: "Baker Canning Co. watertower."
Description: This building, on the Steve Grulke farm, was once used by Immanuel (River) Lutheran Church. It was built in 1858, and stood near the present site, and serv...
Historic Name: St. Theresa Catholic Church
Reference Number: 93647
Description: Water droplets capture the image of the American flag.
Description: "The Widmer milk truck gets bogged down in the Bill Breitag driveway, north of Theresa."
Description: This very old structure is on the Art Steinbach farm at W1991 Zion Church Rd (Section 30). Art's son, Tom, is in the photo.
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