l!B.;;:;:;i;:i:Li;:i;:."i:iiiiii:i.:Ki::i::::"".';:! ONEIDA STATION NEWS NOTES By La Juana Godfrey Captain Paul Bahen with his wife and three children visited his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E1 Bahen of Oneida. Oneida's operating force has been increased. Eugene :V. 11m-dron 11m-dron and William M. McKewan, both from Salt Lake are running shift as .second operators. Evan J. Sorenson of Logan is a.-io running run-ning a second operators shift. The Oneida regular second operators are working maintenance. Morris Gordon spent his long change in Provo. When he came back, he brought hiH wife and children who had spent the previous previ-ous week in Provo visiting with relatives. There have been a number of cases of measles in the Oneida camp. This disease has inconvenienced incon-venienced some of the camp members mem-bers by keeping them in under quarantine, but the measle cases generally have not been hard. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Rasnmssen with their daughter, Nova Jeanne, spent part of their vacation visiting visit-ing at St Anthony, Idaho. A large section of the Oneida gang contributed their bit in the beet fields last week. Men and women alike took up the short handled han-dled beet hoes and worked like veterans. Oneula's new permanent operator opera-tor W. H. Hansen arrived here with his family June 23. He formerly for-merly operated at the the Utah Power and Light Murdock station Mr. Hansen takes the place of Roy Thomas who was transferred to Salt Lake.