March 22, 1912: Our school district closed tonight.Some of the boys have gone to the mountains for snow and the girls are collecting milk so as to have ice cream for the parents and children that will come to the school celebration.
March 23, 1917: A play entitled “Men, Maids and Matchmakers” also a farce “No Cure No Pay” was played last Friday Night by a crowd of amateurs who did very nicely.
March 24, 1911: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frehner, a daughter. Both mother and daughter are doing well.
March 25, 1916: The Basketball team with Mr Romney as coach left for Reno, NV Monday. (This was the year that the team became State Champions and nobody knew where in the world Bunkerville was.)
March 28, 1917: Miss Erma Frehner and sister, Mrs. Lewis Adams, are here from Bunkerville to stay a few days on account of their Mother’s illness.
March 30, 1917: J Louis Pulsipher has returned from St George with a new automobile he purchased there.