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F. L. Ballard
Ballard, Frank Llewellyn; College presidents; Posters
F. L. Ballard, associate director, displays poster used to advertise second agricultural conference at OSC.
Victory Farm Volunteers strawberry platoon
Strawberries; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Croplands; Victory gardens
Strawberry VFV platoon working under the direction of leader, standing left. The victory farm was located near Portland, Oregon.
Margaret Moss showing bean picking skills
Moss, Margaret; Agricultural laborers; Beans; Agriculture; Harvesting
Margaret Moss, 17, from Chico, California, is showing farm labor assistant, W. V. Merrill, from Linn County, how she picks 233 pounds of beans in a day.
Portland raspberry picking platoon at lunch
Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Eating & drinking
Portland Victory Farm Volunteer raspberry picking platoon at lunch at a farm near Troutdale, Oregon.
Renner, Joan; Blackberries; Agriculture; Agricultural laborers; Harvesting
Joan Renner, 15 years old, from West Linn, is transferring blackcaps from her picking carrier to a crate on the John Phillips farm in the Carus community of Clackamas County.
Klein, Glenn; Extension; Alumni & alumnae; Portrait photographs; Honor societies
Photo shows Glenn Klein, 23, of Aumsville, Oregon. He was Oregon's delegate in the 1951 International Farm Youth Exchange Program before leaving for New Zealand. Glenn was president of Mu Beta Beta and...
Shirley Gamble and Haroldine DeBord
Agricultural laborers; Extension; Gamble, Shirley; DeBord, Haroldine; Agriculture; Raspberries; Harvesting
Shirley Gamble, 17, left and Haroldine DeBord, 16, are picking up a crate of raspberries near Boring, Oregon.
Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Strawberries; Harvesting; Croplands; Extension
Kneeling is Stanley Boyer -- one of the best strawberry pickers in the Portland area. His record was 21 crates of strawberries in a 6 hour day.
New officers of the Oregon County Agents Association for 1949
Extension; Faculty; Wright, Leroy; Rasmussen, Donald Louis; Averill, W. S.; Mikesell, O. E.
Seated left to right: Leroy Wright, Sherman County, president; D. L. Rasmussen, Marion County, secretary-treasurer. Standing: W. S. Averill, Multnomah County, vice president; and O. E. Mikesell, Linn County,...
Irrigated clover pasture on farm south of Corvallis, Oregon
Cattle; Clover; Croplands; Agriculture; Livestock; Extension
The farm was owned at the time by Mr. Murphy.
Thomson, Joanne; Fashion shows; Awards; 4-H clubs; Extension
Joanne Thomson, 15, Portland, champion in style review at the 1951 state fair, recieves a bouquet of roses from Marshall Giford, Portland florist and former 4-H club member.
Style Revue winners
Fashion shows; Oregon State Fair; Extension; Clothing & dress; Group portraits; Home economics
Blue ribbon group and champions in style revue at 1951 state fair are pictured on the stage. Theme was fashion headlines. Joanne Thompson, 15, Portland, champion is holding roses.
Style Revue winners
Fashion shows; Oregon State Fair; Clothing & dress; Extension; Group portraits; Home economics
Five division winners in 1951 style revue contest at State Fair. From left: Betty Jean Hill, 17, Coquille; Donna Minkoff, 14, Cascade Locks; Neva Goodrich, 16, Prineville; Cynthia Rukovina, 13, Medford;...
Informal party dress award winners
Oregon State Fair; Fashion shows; 4-H clubs; Group portraits; Extension
Blue and red award winners in the informal party dress division of the 1949 Oregon State Fair, 4-H Club, Style Revue are shown.
Wool suit class winners
Oregon State Fair; Extension; Fashion shows; Clothing & dress; Home economics
Blue and red award winners in the wool suit class of the 1949 4-H Club Style Revue at Oregon State Fair are shown with Jo Ann Roberts, 17, Shedd, center, who was later named grand champion.
Oregon State Fair; 4-H clubs; Extension; Contests
Shown are the boy and girl health champions at 1949 Oregon State Fair. They are, left to right, Barbara Brown, 14, Corvallis, and Harold Brost, 11, Portland. There were 12 boy contestants and 14 girls....
Marion County 4-H club members on KOAC radio broadcast
4-H clubs; Children; Radio broadcasting; KOAC; Extension
Marion County 4-H club members and leader are making a radio appearance. From left: Freddie Parker, 12; Mrs. Gay Fabry, leader; Charmaine Roguski, 13; Jerry Simmons, 13; and Kay Knickerbocker, 12, all...
Arnold Ebert of KOAC interviewing a cow
Ebert, Arnold; Cows; Livestock; KOAC; Faculty; Extension
Proving that anybody or anything can talk with Arnold Ebert on KOAC, he is caught in the act while interviewing a cow on the Ralph Cope farm near Langlois. He was the radio farm director for KOAC.
Robert W. Every
Agriculture; Sheep; Pesticides; Livestock; Extension; Faculty
Robert W. Every, OSC Extenison Entomology Specialist is shown operating sprayer on sheep for ticks on a south Benton County farm. The nozzles were held close to the fleece in order to get skin deep penetration...
Joe Oliver and branding crew at the Joe Oliver Ranch, near John Day, Oregon
Cattle branding; Oliver, Joe; Extension; Ranches; Livestock; Agriculture
The crew uses a tilt table to brand cattle with. The crew can dehorn, brand, castrate and give each animal a shot within 60 seconds. Joe Oliver is the man handling the branding iron.
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