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Description: "Larry Dogs & Evangeline Koll demonstrated how to use a Schnitzelbank."
Description: "A packed grandstand at the Dodge County Fairgrounds watched as garden tractors roared down the straightaway."
Description: Workers are busy filling the stainless steel Brick Cheese forms with curds.
Description: View of the old Will homestead. The home retains the original Pommer Fachwerk.
Description: "In 1974, Lomira had a tornado that damaged St. John's Church."
Description: "Winfred Herberg, a perennial jokester, does a spoof on how to clean a camera lens."
Description: "Mike Wagner, the tattooed owner of Schuyler Street Pub, brought us their delicious food. Mike told us that he is a devoted biker."
Description: Salt is sprinkled on the newly cut cheese curds.
Description: "The Lomira Legion building is framed in the arch of the Highway 67 overhead."
Description: "Downtown Theresa from the water tower."
Description: Carol Leichtle helps her friend, Patricia Bintzler, prepare for her wedding.
Description: "When we dine at Audubon Inn in Mayville, we are joined by our Swiss relatives, Rolf, Ruth, and Franzi Gerber."
Description: "Andy Schnitzler holds the plans for the 'River View Mobile Home Park' which will be developed in the fields behind."
Description: The finished cheese curds are weighed and poured into forms to make a 40 pound block of cheese.
Description: "The tornado destroyed the Martin & Marcella Enderle home."
Description: "The Chuck and Marlene Bernhard residence at WI 363 Hwy 28 (Mayville Road)."
Description: Debbie and Kevin Steger and sons, William and Joseph, live at W2230 McArthur Rd (Section 18). They milk 50 cows.
Description: Patricia Bintzler and Walter Geschke wedding at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: Brian and Lisa Adelmeyer and sons, Josh (9) and Joey (6), and Whitey the dog, live at W236 Allen Rd (Section 24). The silo is a Martin silo dating to 1950.
Description: The Wagner family and friends stage a stone picking bee on their farm.
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