August 8, 1918:  Warren Cox of Washington County went to Bunkerville to see his brother, who has been quite ill; his brother returned with him.

August 8, 1921:  John Ence and Arnold Stucki of Santa Clara, Utah, Were in Littlefield for business this week.

August 9, 1918, Littlefield: All the young ladies here are busy knitting and sewing for the soldiers, everyone trying to do all she can for them.

Born, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adams, mother and babe doing well.

Everyone is busy canning and drying peaches and grapes.

August 11, 1919: Miss Christena Reber of Littlefield and Mr. Lester II Jennings of Burley, Idaho, were married in St George . They leave for Idaho today where they intend to make their home.

August 11, 1921: FOR SALE- Ford one-ton truck, practically new, been driven 1000 miles, in good condition mechanically. $900 takes it J.W. Pollock, Littlefield, Arizona

August 12, 1922: At their meeting the County Commissioners appointed the following to be inspectors of election at the primary: Bunkerville – Annie Cox, W.C. Bowman, Thirza Leavitt, William E Abbott, S.A. Waymire, Chas. Hughes.