President Roosevelt declared they were on the unmistakable march toward recovery in 1935. It struck me how familiar this sounded and how similiar it is to what politicians have been saying for a year or more about the Great Recession. Next post at 11 a.m.
Worthington should try to get some of the CWA money, this 1935 Nobles County Times editorial stated. Next post at 11 a.m.
Most people just get cranky when denied their morning coffee, but a transient who was denied "money to buy a cup of coffee" got violent and hit local Roy Fitch right in the face, giving him a nasty gash. But Fitch was a policeman, and subdued the transient and brought him to jail. Next post…
Rickbeil’s Hardware was hawking a Norge refrigerator "on easy terms if you wish" during the depths of the Great Depression in 1934. Next post at 9 a.m.
In 1934, during the Great Depression, the Daily Globe reported "Snow Removal Costs City of Worthington $250 First of Week" but added a subhead looking on the bright side, "Employment Given to Number of Men–County Has No Trouble Yet." Temporary jobs are better than no jobs. Next post at 9 a.m.