Teriffying, 68,000 Rainbow, Oregon log and Thrasher
June 10, 2020
100 Years Ago
June 17, 1920
A Terrifying Experience
Another example of the poor service received by people of this region at the hands of U.P train officials and of the notorious lack of courtesy and attention on the part of main line trainmen, occurred last Thursday evening, when Miss Regina Jensen, daughter of Mrs. Gustave Jensen of Saratoga, returning on train No. 19 from Laramie, where she had been attending school, was unloaded on the prairie nearly a mile west of Walcott, at which station she wished to leave the train. The trainmen who helped the young lady from the train when it fina...