Dec. 9, 1908, Littlefield, Arizona: I. C. Thoresen and others of Salt Lake City made a flying trip in here on business concerning their big irrigation project. Your correspondent could not find out for sure what they intend doing, but they did say something would be done in the near feature. We hope so.
Dec. 9, 1909, Bunkerville: We were quite surprised last Monday morning on awaking to find at least an inch of snow on the ground, something that has not occurred for six- or seven-years past.
The geese have returned, and we have nimrods of all kinds.
Dec. 1, 1911, Bunkerville: Lorenzo Leavitt and Adolph Hafen of Santa Clara went through town last week enroute to Las Vegas with turkeys to market.
Dec. 5, 1913, Bunkerville: Last Monday Herbert Waite was coming in from Moapa with the mail when his team ran away, threw him out bruising him up bad, also broke an arm of a passenger, Mr. Pearson of St. Thomas.
Dec. 5, 1915, Bunkerville: A bundle shower was given for Miss Winona Earl last night by Miss Ella Hafen at the home of Juanita Leavitt, a dainty lunch and punch was served.
William Wittwer and Winona Earl will leave here today for St. George to be married, accompanied by the former’s mother, Mrs. Berta Wittwer.
Dec. 4, 1923, Littlefield, Arizona: Thanksgiving Day passed off very quietly all the young folks went to Mesquite for the dance.