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30 gallon crock used for lemonade.
    Donated by: Theophilus Church













Old electric iron.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze










Wooden hand mangle from Germany.
    Donated by: Helen Witt










Ironing board owned by Wilhelm Brune, over 100 years old.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze










Wicker clothes basket.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze










2 Gooch's Best jackets from the 70's.
    Donated by: Warren Holtgrew










Oven to put on kerosene stove to bake during hot months, belonged to Mrs. William Fischers.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze









New Perfection kerosene stove, belonged to Rev. Wilhelm Fischer.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze













Copper boiler used to make coffee.











Coal pail from Theophilus Church.














Stove from church.
    Donated by: Fred Wacker family










20lb seamstress iron, belonged to Della Marshall.
    Donated by: Lin Brummels










Fry pan.
    Donated by: Bill Burris













2 irons owned by Mrs. Carl Jensen.
    Donated by: Mildred Jensen Baden










Bread mixer, belonged to Fischer family.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze











Electric butter churn.
    Donated by: Cliff Burris












Pasteurizer.
    Donated by: Cliff Burris













Old toaster, still works.
    Donated by: Beverly Voss










Milk Bottles.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze










Insulated ice box made in 1894 by August Ulrich.
    Donated by: Bill Burris










Eye glasses from early 1900's worn by Wilhelm Brune.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze










German cook book brought by Mrs. Frank Dangberg When she came to the U.S. in 1908.
    Donated by: Emma Willers













Cook book.
    Donated by: Irene Ditman










Gravy scrapper.














Some dishes, glasses, and silverware from the Theophilus Church.











The calculator and form book.
    Donated by: Ruby Ritze











Food grinder.
    Donated by: Irene Ditman









Aprons worn by Irene Ditman during 1970's and on.
    Donated by: Irene Ditman









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