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past June. Over the years there have beena few mix-ups due to the proximity of oneKohler to the other. An out-of-town priestapparently journeyed to the wrong Kohler in search of the wedding he was supposedto perform. Then there’s the story of thesemi-truck driver who, after searchingLittle Kohler in vain, stopped a passer-byto ask where the Kohler Co. was.When asked whether they had ever vis-ited the Village of Kohler, one of the res-idents told of how several years ago shehad received her first traffic ticket whilevisiting Kohler. She recollected that theofficer had joked to her, “Today’s my birthday and I’m giving out tickets.”Today, Little Kohler contains St.Mary’s Church, an auto body shop, a tav-ern (closed at the moment), a 4-H club,and the Pine View Wildlife RehabilitationCenter, which was featured on MilwaukeePublic Television’s “Outdoor Wisconsin”series in 2006 for its efforts to stabilizeand strengthen small animals for eventualrelease back into the wild. The EasternShores Library System bookmobile alsomakes a regular stop in Little Kohler. Inthe past 15-20 years, a few small subdivi-sions have been built, and its convenient but peaceful location, only a few milesfrom STH 57 and I-43, make it likely thatLittle Kohler will continue to survive.Of perhaps greatest interest, however,is whether there was any connection be-tween the founders of Little Kohler andthe Village of Kohler. The founders of Lit-tle Kohler emigrated from Bavaria, Ger-many in the late 1840s. The originalsettlers were Martin Sr. and TheresaKoller and their children. That’s right, K-o-l-l-e-r. Due to a spelling error, mostlikely brought on by the proximity of theSheboygan County Kohler, what shouldhave been named Koller was instead iden-tified on maps and road signs as Kohler,with the “Little” being added to set it apartfrom the Village of Kohler further north.Since no one has been able to make a suc-cessful effort to get the spelling on mapsor road signs changed, the error persists tothis day.