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Mr. and Mrs. William Rick, Baker, picking at the Mitoma hopyard near independence. They are Old timers and have been picking each season for 30 years. He is 77; she, 72; $12 per day.

Two of the Mexican pickers with Mrs. Dloff.

Transported Mexican National sugar beet worker.

Cherries were so much in demand this year that even the Black Republican variety of small, black cherries were picked clean by the Mexicans and sold for a good price.

Employees and officers of the Ladd and Bush Bank of Salem, Oregon, are shown out in the bean field the day the bank closed up to help in the community bean picking campaign.

POWs blocking sugar beets in Malheur County.

Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Worley from Longview, Washington picking hops at the Mitoma Hop Yard near Independence. He is a Texan; she is a Minnesotan. He was a Marine Private during the war and saw service at Bremerton, Washington. Now, he is a second…

The three men dumping tipped beans in the machine here are Harold Moell, National Bisquit Company, C.J. Simmons, Pacific Motor Trucking Official and D.W. Clemets, lumber grader.

The two men on the bean tippers are H.H. Hughes, SP locomotive engineer, and and Walter Sorenson, sawyer in the Springfield Plywood mill.