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The 1989 Lodi High School Pom Pon Squad included, front row: (left to right) Julie Davis, Kerri Maharaj, Vicky Miittel, Jill Frankland, Jamie Smith, Heather Whitesell and Melanie Olson. Back row: (left to right) Debbie Leatherberry, Jenny Benson, Lisa Barrett, Bobbi Jo Lochner, Brenda Lloyd,…

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Pvt. Warren Wittwer, a World War II Lodi veteran injured in action on Jan. 21, 1945 in Belgium, was awarded a Purple Heart 70 years later, after his service record was researched by his daughter, Donna Wittwer Kaufman. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Tony Tycznski of the Sauk County Veterans Ser…

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The 1951 Lodi High School Glee Club had a membership of 55 voices, but only 30 selected girls sung in the winter concert on Dec. 19. They sang “Steal Away,” “Dancing in the Dark” and “The Man I Love.” On Feb. 27 the concert group presented the late winter concert, singing “Calvary” and “Were…

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William Lochner, Lodi High School sophomore, pictured at right, died April 4, 1944, as a result of a boxing match. He was on the Lodi team, in the 124-pound class, playing in Middleton. Mid way in the second round, he received a hard blow to the left jaw and throat. He weathered it well and …

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Claire, left, and her father Pete Curley, right, are shown with one of his Dogue De Bordeaux in 1989. Curley sold four dogs to Touchstone Pictures in Hollywood, two of which, including Beasley, starred in the movie “Turner and Hooch.”  You may know him as “Hooch,” or you may even know him as…

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This sheet music shown above was written by Dr. John F. Chval in 1918. Chval taught music in Lodi High School for many years. On the cover (pictured above) it says it was "Dedicated to our dear and brave soldier boys of U.S.A." It was written toward the end of World War I which lasted four y…