May 1917: Army completes speed test on the arrowhead trail. Looking for quick routes to send classified information.
June 1, 1916: Mr. Ira J. Earl and Mrs. Lovisa Ada Leavitt both of Bunkerville, Nev obtained a marriage license here May 29th and were married in the St George temple May 30.
June 2, 1908: Levi, the son of H.P. and Hannah Iverson, was severely kicked in the face by a colt while in the act of opening their field gate, the blow being so severe that the boy’s face swell beyond recognition. We are pleased to say he is improving a little at this writing.
June 5, 1910, Littlefield: Harvesting of wheat is over and the second cutting of Lucerne is being cut and stacked with a good yield
Samuel Reber, Jr expects to leave for Moapa, Nev in a few days to get three hundred gallons of gasoline for his pumping outfit.
June 5 1917: June 5th was a real holiday at Bunkerville and was celebrated with fitting ceremonies. Every man between the age limits registered cheerfully early in the day.