Taking a look at Seaside in the early 1930s, our town was a busy, bustling coastal town. Population and students in attendance at local schools was still low, with approximately 17-22 seniors in the graduating class each year.

The West Dairy of Seaside started making its own butter in the 1930s and won an award at the state fair for the quality of their butter. A score of 93 was achieved which is typically the highest marks commercial butter receives unless ‘particular effort is made’ to achieve an award. The butter judged was part of a normal run for the dairy.

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