Charlott 1st February 2018 @ 07:11 AM Football was VERY serious. I think Buzz will agree…. My take on this beings it is a day game is that it might be junior varsity, as I assure you if it were varsity on any given day or night those seats would have been full. Later there were sets of bleachers built on both ends of that stadium. KIHR broadcast the games from up above there. The Hood River County Fair was held at Wy’east and that area under the stadium was where the livestock was housed, meaning pigs and cows. I remember the time during fair that John Furrow’s old sow had 14 piglets one night. They had piglets loose running all over the place. It was like a rodeo everyone attempting to corral them. That little building on wheels was the portable popcorn, candy, etc. known as "The Pop Corn Kids", Darrell and Ella. They both had Downs, but I always admired them for their hard work, providing for themselves and I think they had two children. They never missed a game and on Saturday you could find them parked in front of Penney’s. I wonder how many bags of pop corn I bought out of that place.