Mussehl, Clarence concert
Old Gazette Copy Recalls 1925 News . Fort Atkinson—News of 24 years ago as published by the Janesville Daily Gazette turned turned up again for Jerome Miller, 507 N. High street, while he was putting insulation in the attic of his home. Jerome passed down a paper to his father, Arnold Miller, who opened It and found it to be a Gazette of Thursday, July 9, 1925. • The Gazette's headline on that day was: "Stage Set for Dayton Evolution Trial" and the Fort Atkinson items included: "The W.C.T.U. met with Mrs. Lynn Aspinwall on Wednesday. There wa? a very good attendance. attendance. Mrs. H. M. Ebbott was the leader. . "The Needlecraft club had a picnic supper at the home of George Pounder. "A large crowd attended the band concert at Barrie park. The novelty numbers by Clarence Clarence Mussehl, Floyd Plum and Maynard Plum were well received." received." Proving that history repeats itself, the Gazette announced that two Wisconsin football stars were lost by ineligibility and five more were making up conditions.