Contributed by Loren H
Description: Bank resumes regular operation and local newsDate: August 17 1933
Newspaper published in: Amery Wi
Source: my granary
With the delivery of new certificates to its depositors on Friday August 11th, the Union State Bank resumed its regular banking operations.
The spirit in which the people of 'Amery and community have cooperated with the stabilization program of the Union State Bank, as required by the Wisconsin State Banking Department is commendable.
Our country as a whole has passed through a very difficult period during the past few years, but America met the crisis with the good judgement that always appears when the country needs it most.
Arthur Lundmark of Balsam Lake was seriously injured August 10th when a lever of a road grader struck him in the face while working on the Deronda road west of this city. He was brought to Amery for treatment.
Howard Schnur sustained a terribly mangled hand while feeding a silo filler at his father's(Fred Schnut) farm near Balsam Lake. The fingers and hand were in shreds and while efforts are being made to save the fingers, it is feared that he will lose at least one finger. He is at Amery hospital.
Cars driven by E.M. Hogan and John Schnor collided on the narrow winding road south of the Jos.Johnson place last Sunday evening.The cars were considerably damaged but no one was injured.
Fred E. Kraska opened a hardware store at Glenwood City last Saturday and Mr. Kraska will move his family there this fall. The Kraska family are a credit to any community and Mr. Kraska is a fine business man. They should be welcome at Glenwood City.
Alta Mae Marcott,formerly music instructor in the local schools and for a number of years a member of the WCCO and WDGY musical staffs, was married to Edgar Cook of Chicago July 22. Mr. Cook is an inspector for the N.P. Ry.
Harold Martin, formerly of Clear Lake now of Minneapolis was killed in an automobile accident near Minneapolis Saturday night. Mr. Martin is a nephew of Chas. H. Phillips of Amery and a brother of Mrs. Clarence Marquet of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips attended the funeral.
The Amery City Library will be closed until such time as funds can be arranged with which to continue the work.
Fay Auto Company unloaded another car load of Chevolets last Friday..