|Katherine DAY2 was born (date unknown). Parents: James DAY and Marion ALDRICH.|
Leslie John DAY2 was born on 24 May 1914 in Meagoha, Minnesota.3 Parents: Henry Newton DAY and Clara E. May THOMPSON.
Melvin Allen DAY2 was born on 18 December 1928 in Lark, North Dakota.3 Infor. in file from records of Luella Thompson Feland. Also infor. from Melvin. He is in the dairy business, hauling milk. His actual father was Theodore Carl Thompson, but he was raised by Henry and Clara Day. He assumed the name of Day, and uses this name by preference. See rin 2040, who is one and the same person. He is Seventh Day Adventist, and in the wholesale milk hauling business. Also see MRIN'S 737 & 922, all the same person, and is married.
Parents: Henry Newton DAY and Clara E. May THOMPSON.
Nellie DAY2 was born (date unknown). Parents: James DAY and Marion ALDRICH.
Park DAY2 was born (date unknown). Parents: James DAY and Marion ALDRICH.
Richard DAY2 died on 5 January 1959 in Fairfield, Idaho, crib death. He was buried in January 1959 in Lewiston, Idaho. Parents: Melvin Allen DAY (THOMPSON) and Margaret Eleanor "Peggy" PFLIIGER.
Ronald Theodore DAY2 was born on 15 March 1917.3 Infor. in file from records of Luella Thompson Feland. He was never married.
Parents: Henry Newton DAY and Clara E. May THOMPSON.
Sandra Lynn DAY2 was born on 18 January 1949.3 Parents: Leslie John DAY and Alva Pearl KNOWLES.
Scott DAY2 was born (date unknown). Parents: James DAY and Marion ALDRICH.
Susan Diane DAY2 was born on 30 July 1954.3 Parents: Leslie John DAY and Alva Pearl KNOWLES.
Trudy Lee DAY2 was born on 10 January 1971 in Boise, Idaho.3 Parents: Melvin Allen DAY (THOMPSON) and Anita Joy MOORE.
Verna Daisy DAY2 was born on 6 December 1915 in Butte, Montana.3 Parents: Henry Newton DAY and Clara E. May THOMPSON.
Spouse: Eli LEHTO. Verna Daisy DAY and Eli LEHTO were married on 7 September 1934 in Menahga, Minnesota.3 Children were: Gene LEHTO, Dale LEHTO, Lester LEHTO, Lois LEHTO, Neil LEHTO, Wayne LEHTO, Linda LEHTO, Janice LEHTO, James LEHTO, La Vada LEHTO, Russell LEHTO, Randy LEHTO, Janelle LEHTO, Peggy LEHTO.
Warren Allen (Joe) DAY2 was born on 29 March 1953 in Clarkston, Washington. Infor. from Myrtle Thompson. Was mechanical engineer for CH2M in Florida. Religion, Catholic. Also infor. from Joe himself. They were divorced 12/25/1983. He now works for Criterium-Day Engineers, in Boise, Idaho . He was divorced from Nancy 8/9/1995.
Parents: Melvin Allen DAY (THOMPSON) and Margaret Eleanor "Peggy" PFLIIGER.
Spouse: Nancy NIHI. Nancy NIHI and Warren Allen (Joe) DAY were married.
William (Bill) DAY2 was born on 8 December 1980 in Boise, Idaho. Infor. from Myrtle Thompson. Religion, Catholic. Also infor. from father, Joe Day.
Parents: Warren Allen (Joe) DAY and Kathy .
Melvin Allen DAY (THOMPSON)2 was born on 18 December 1928 in Flasher, Morton Co., North Dakota.3 Infor. from Myrtle Thompson. He was born Thompson, but legally changed his name to Day. He was raised by Clara and Henry Day. His real father was Theodore Carl Thompson. His mother, Minnie Belle (Culver) Brown. She died 5/16/1930. Melvin was less than two. Theodore couldn't care for the baby so the Day's took him to raise. Also infor. from Luella Thompson Feland. He owns trucks, and hauls milk to a Creamery. See rin 2369, who is one and the same person. He prefers and uses the name Day. He is 7th day Adventist.
A newspaper article in file dated; Boise, Saturday, March 29, 1980; VALLEY MILKMAN TO TRADE HEAVY CANS FOR TANK TRUCKER, by Mark Crane, The Idaho Statesman, It was 8:30 am and Mel Day had already been working 6 hours. He steered the big truck through a muddy yard, parked beside the barn and started tossing 10 gallon milk cans into racks in the back.
A reporter watching, wondered why Day was loading the truck with empty cans- it wasn't until a few drops sloshed out from under a lid that he realized the cans were all filled to the brim.
" They each weigh 110 lbs.," Day said not breathing hard. " Once you get the hang of it, you can throw them from the ground to the top.
Day 51, has been hauling canned milk in the Treasure Valley since 1964. His is a seven day-a-week job, and he said he hasn't missed a day since Sep. 3, 1967 but in two weeks Day said, not breathing hard, it will change. The Creamery Association in Caldwell has set April 30 as the final day they will accept milk shipped in cans. The Creamery's old can lines are obsolete, and so few dairy farmers still use cans that the creamery can no longer afford to keep the cream lines open.
Day has given his customers notice that April 15 will be his last day hauling cans. The creameries ban on can-shipped milk is not a financial disaster for Day. He is partner in Contract Haulers Inc., a group of truckers who haul milk in tanker trucks. After March 15, he will start driving a tanker on a new route.
Won't it be nice not having to lift all of those cans? " No! with a tanker you have to hook up hoses, measure the milk, take samples, make out tickets- It's just slower- you do a lot of waiting around." Day said. " I'd rather just lift the cans in and drive away."
Day said he will miss the farmers on his route too. He said he doesn't know the ones from the early part of his route, Boise, Star, and Kuna, very well. They are still in bed when he stops at their barns, but he is friends with many of the farmers who live near Meridian and on into Canyon County." They feed me cookies and fudge at Christmas," Day said. " They're all good people . I was friends with the kids when school was out."
Day stopped to chat with some of the farmers. There was John R. Pinkston, 403 W. Chinden Blvd., west of Boise. Pinkston said he used to milk 59 cows- 22 cans of milk for Day to pick up. Pinkston chose to retire rather than try to meet the high cost of converting his dairy from can to bulk operation . Now he has just two cows: Brownie, who supplies the family with milk, and another cow that nurses three calves. Pinkston was not bitter. He said he sold his cows for a good price, and he is drawing Social Security. This would be Day' s last stop at Pinkston's farm. The two traded jokes for a few minutes, then Day jumped into the cab and roared off, splashing through the puddles.
There was Lenard Madsen, 6410 W. Joplin Road, northwest of Meridian, who elected to convert to bulk operating. The new lumber nailed alongside the old beaten boards on Madson's barn indicated where the wall had been knocked out so a bulk tank could be moved in. Madsen invited Day into the milk room, where Day admired the new equipment that will replace the old can cooler.
" I must be nuts, 60 years old and starting this kind of deal," Madsen said. " I'll probably just milk till I die."
Since Madsen is converting to bulk, he and Day will continue doing business. That seemed to suit both men.
Hauling canned milk has been good to Day. He said he has a new car, a new pickup, and an $80,000 home. Tossing all those cans has apparently been good for him too, for he does it with gusto. Day considers this day a vacation- he was hauling a mere 130 cans. He talked about the days when he really worked: " Six years ago, I was hauling 15 ton a day- stacked the cans on triple decks," said Day. " You have to handle each can twice, so I was lifting 30 ton a day."
Day said he has never been one to get sick, but he did fracture some ribs once in a fall. He said he had to grit his teeth a lot, but he never missed a day on his route.
See RIN 2369, and MRIN'S 737 and 922, all the same person.
Spouse: Margaret Eleanor "Peggy" PFLIIGER. Margaret Eleanor "Peggy" PFLIIGER and Melvin Allen DAY (THOMPSON) were married in March 1951 in Cour-D-Alene, Idaho. They were divorced. Children were: Warren Allen (Joe) DAY, Richard DAY.
DE SELMA2 was born (date unknown). Parents: Ralph Shane DE SELMA and Mary Kate HERALD.
Ralph Shane DE SELMA2 was born on 1 January 1953 in Ulysses, Kansas.3
Ashle Decina DEAKINS was born on 11 October 1987. She was adopted in Adopted by stepfather Jeff. Parents: Donald DEAKINS and Michele Lee FORSCHLER.
Donald DEAKINS was born on 11 December 1961.
DEAN2 was born (date unknown).
Spouse: Alfred Raymond GORDON Jr.. DEAN and Alfred Raymond GORDON Jr. were married on 14 February 1949 in Seattle, King Co., WA.3 They3 were divorced. Children were: Michael GORDON, Christine "Tina" GORDON.
Tamara L. DEETS1,2 was born on 26 January 1968 in Aurora, CO.
Sharon Larene DEINERT1 was born on 28 August 1944.
Spouse: Robert Lewis SCOTT. Sharon Larene DEINERT and Robert Lewis SCOTT were married on 2 July 1966. Children were: Christopher Lewis SCOTT, David Andrew SCOTT, Nicholas William SCOTT, Robert Benjamin SCOTT.
Jean Orsina DELMONICA2 was born (date unknown).
Laila DELSBEKK was born on 2 November 1942.
Debra DEMMING2 was born (date unknown).
Danny Lee DENNEY2,5,10 was born on 14 August 1984.3 Parents: Reginald Arthur R.A.D. DENNEY and Karla Kay HOOKER.
Reginald Arthur R.A.D. DENNEY2,5,10 was born on 6 February 1952 in Pocatello, Idaho.3 Parents: Reginald J. DENNEY and Helen Von FALKENBERG.
Spouse: Karla Kay HOOKER. Karla Kay HOOKER and Reginald Arthur R.A.D. DENNEY were married on 20 June 1982 in Grandmother's, Yard, Stanfield, Oregon.3 Children were: Danny Lee DENNEY, Thomas Alton DENNEY.
Reginald J. DENNEY2 was born (date unknown).
Thomas Alton DENNEY2,5,10 was born on 29 August 1990.3 Parents: Reginald Arthur R.A.D. DENNEY and Karla Kay HOOKER.
Allen DERDAHL1 was born on 19 December 1902 in Illinois. He died on 27 April 1963 at the age of 60 in Outlook, Sask, Canada. He was buried on 1 May 1963 in Broderick, Sask.. Parents: Thomas DERDAHL and Rachel OFTEDAHL.
Allen Roger DERDAHL1 was born on 8 May 1969. Parents: Roger DERDAHL and Donna GREIR.
Debra Anne DERDAHL1 was born on 11 September 1965. Parents: Roger DERDAHL and Donna GREIR.
Roger DERDAHL1 was born on 27 November 1939 in Outlook, Sask, Canada. He was christened in December 1939 in Outlook, Sask.. Parents: Allen DERDAHL and Thelma CLEVEN.
Thomas DERDAHL1 was born (date unknown).
Sarah DERHAMMER1 was born (date unknown).
Spouse: George Robert KOEHLER. Sarah DERHAMMER and George Robert KOEHLER were married.
Ellen Jane Irene DEVANNEY1 was born on 16 July 1991 in Dunedin, N Z. Parents: Michael Joseph DEVANNEY and Esther Jane SMITH.
Michael Joseph DEVANNEY1 was born on 3 May 1955.
Aleeta Ann DEVERY was born on 8 September 1933.
Spouse: Robert Le Roy BREKKE. Aleeta Ann DEVERY and Robert Le Roy BREKKE were married on 21 January 1955. Children were: Bradley Nels BREKKE, Thomas Harry BREKKE, Anne Marie BREKKE, Carol Jean BREKKE.
Jan DIAMOND1 was born (date unknown).
Children were: Bridgette .
C DICK1 was born (date unknown).
Sandra Joyce DICKEY was born on 26 July 1973 in Salt Lake City, S.L. Co., UT.
Marlene DICKINSON2 was born (date unknown).
Michael Craig DICKMAN1,2 was born (date unknown).
Spouse: Kathleen Anne THOMPSON. Kathleen Anne THOMPSON and Michael Craig DICKMAN were married on 1 April 1993.
Alan Victor DICKS2 was born on 6 September 1954.3 Infor. in file from Luella Thompson Feland. He is a twin. He was at Ft. Riley Kansas in the army.
Parents: Victor William DICKS and Twylla Pauline HALEY.
Arnold Victor DICKS2 was born on 6 September 1954.3 Infor. in file from Luella Thompson Feland. He is a twin.
Parents: Victor William DICKS and Twylla Pauline HALEY.
Karla Gay Victory DICKS2 was born on 4 November 1962.3 Parents: Victor William DICKS and Twylla Pauline HALEY.
Nathaniel Alan DICKS was born on 24 June 1982. Parents: Alan Victor DICKS and Tamara BAUMBACK.
Victor William DICKS2 was born on 28 July 1930.3 He died on 19 December 1997 at the age of 67 in Nodaway, Adams Co., IA.
Spouse: Twylla Pauline HALEY. Twylla Pauline HALEY and Victor William DICKS were married on 6 September 1953 in Strand Church, Strand, Iowa.3 Children were: Alan Victor DICKS, Arnold Victor DICKS, Victor William DICKS, Karla Gay Victory DICKS.
Victor William DICKS2 was born on 22 January 1960.3 Parents: Victor William DICKS and Twylla Pauline HALEY.
Kyla Carol DILENE was born on 26 October 1990 in Springfield, OR. Parents: Shawn Terry Lee GIFFEN and Kelly Ann FISHER.