Nov. 22, 1908, Bunkerville: Albert Hafen who has been laboring as a missionary in the German Mission has been released and will be coming home next month.
Annie Cox has opened a millinery shop and has an excellent lot of hats for sale.
Frank Cox is getting his house papered and finished on the inside.
The schoolboys are practicing up to play the town boys Thanksgiving Day.
Our water ditch is broken, and we are out of water for a few days.
Hugh Bunker is getting his house reshingled.
Nov. 22, 1912: Last Saturday Bunkerville and mesquite had a basketball game. The score was in favor of the Bunkerville team; our boys have done very little playing as yet.
A.J. Barnum and A.N. Woodbury have got home from the north with potatoes.
Jack Frost visited us for the first-time last night.
Nov. 23, 1908: Our leap year ball (dance) was a grand success, from start to finish all enjoyed themselves immensely. The proceeds will go to buy a basketball for the girls.
Nov.23, 1910: Mr. Judd’s department of the school gave an entertainment tonight which was very good. Mr. McQuarrie’s and Miss Rencher’s department will give one tomorrow night.
A telegram came tonight summoning Orange W Earl to the beside of his mother who is at Pavette and very sick. Orange is at Gold Butte; word was sent to him directly.
Nov. 23: A benefit dance was held for Elder Orson Leavitt under the direction of the Sunday School. A goodly number of mesquite people were here and $55 was gathered. A short program was rendered, and everybody seemed to have a good time. Elder Leavitt leaves for his mission this morning.
Mrs. Clark McKnight is very ill
Henry Leavitt has gone to Moapa Valley to look around and will probably buy a home there.