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  • St. Hedwigs country church where my 1st commumion was and my confirmation
  • This is Saint Paul's Lutheran Church on County Highway E of Colby, WI. I attended this church when I was growing up and have fond memories
  • of attending summer VBS. The front of the church no longer looks like this, but has an addition that was added along with other updates.
  • So many great memories of this church. Most of my relatives attended this church. VBS was filled with crafts, singing, and soccer. I wish I knew who the people were in the picture!
  • Church at left edge is St. John's Lutheran Church in Withee.
  • At upper-left is part of the village of Chili, WI and at lower-right is the cemetery for St. Stephan's Church.
  • This was the Hoeft farm. It is now owned by Amish and looks pretty much the same. The church in the background is the Zion American Lutheran Church
  • to the left of the church is a Lutheran Parochial school which was moved to Colby, WI, to be part of a rural arts and cultural museum.
  • Labeled as "St. Paul Norwegian Lutheran Church & Cemetery" of Curtiss on current map.
  • That is the Old Norwegian Church outside Curtiss, WI. Many of my family members including Arne Olson, Otto Olson and Matthew Olson are buried there.
  • Listed on current map as "St. Paul Lutheran Church" in Colby.
  • is still there, but no longer functions. At right is the Cannonville Union Church (this corner was known as Cannonville Corners). The church

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