A farm in Iowa, United States. A portrait. Signs read 'Dallas Center' and 'Oskaloosa'. Several men walk and talk on a road early in the morning. Newspaper and milk bottles delivered outside a house. Hands of clocks show the time as 4:45. Routine work at a farm in Iowa. Th owner of the farm comes and wakes up his son. The boy gets up from the bed and washes himself. He comes and sits at a dining table. His father and sister eat their breakfast. The mother brings breakfast. The son feeds the hogs on the farm. The wife of the owner tends the poultry. She feeds the hens. The owner talks about labor shortage . He plows the farm. His daughter drives a tractor.
An American football game between Iowa Hawkeyes and Notre Dame Fighting Irish in Iowa, United States. The players on the ground play. The spectators in the stand cheer for their team. Hawkeyes quarterback Ken Ploen scoring. The spectators in the stands cheer. The players play. The spectators in the stand cheer as Hawkeyes score against Irish. The Iowa Hawkeyes wins against Notre Dame Fighting Irish by 48-8.
A football match between Wolverines of Michigan and Hawkeyers of Iowa at Iowa City. The Wolverines of Michigan defeated the unbeaten Hawleyers of Iowa by 17-14.
U.S. President Herbert Hoover campaigning in Des Moines Iowa, United States. A banner strung across a main street with image of President Hoover reads "Iowa Welcomes You". The motorcade of the President passes through the streets of Des Moines,Iowa. People stand on both the sides of road to welcome President Hoover. People shower ticker tapes. The President seated in a car waves towards people. The State Capitol building can be seen in the background. The President's motorcade is followed by dissidents who ride in trucks, motorcars and on horseback. Farm workers fill a truck bearing a sign that reads "Hoovers Farm Relief. First - Foreclosure. Then -This". A sign on the back of a truck reads 'In Hoover We Trusted, Now We Are Busted'. Two dissidents ride horses carrying signs just above the horses' tails saying: "Hoover Put Us Here".
Girls decide to serve the country by enlisting in the WAC in the United States. In Los Angeles, California girls enlist in the Women's Army Corps (WAC). Their parents greet them as they entrain for Fort Des Moines, Iowa. WAC personnel stand in a pattern to form the word "WAC". The New York skyline. WACs wearing newly designed uniforms. A WAC personnel displays a uniform. The WAC personnel salutes and smiles.
U.S. Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service) celebrate their second anniversary in the United States. WAVES at a corn farm in Cedar Falls, Iowa as they detassle corn plants. The WAVES wearing U.S. Navy caps. They eat corn on the cob. At the Hunter College in New York : The WAVES parade as the Mayor of New York Fiorello H. La Guardia and officers review the parade. The WAVES carry the American flag as they march.