Washington County News March 11, 1909

Bunkerville, NV March 9- H.J. Doolittle of St. Geroge and Frank A. Dudley, the railroad man, who came down the river looking over the field for a railroad, spent a day here hunting. They caught lots of small game.

Samuel Wittwer of Santa Clara is down again, also William Gray and wife who have been visiting the last week with their daughter, Mrs. Mina Gubler.

Bishop Joseph Earl and wife have just returned from the Moapa Valley where they have been on business and pleasure-seeking combined.

Mrs. Mina Hansen, who has been living the last few years with the Stewart family at Las Vegas, has returned to her old home here.

We have been having extremely warm weather but a cold snap came on Saturday and if it continues will likely kill all the early fruit.

Hector Bunker is the proud papa of a new baby girl, born yesterday. Mama is getting along nicely.

James Cragun of St. George, who came down some time ago for his health is improving nicely.

Warren Cox, of St. George, is here on business for the Studebaker Bros.

Washington County News March 4, 1910

Bunkerville, NV March 4- A wedding reception and dance was tended to by our newly married couple Alonzo Leavitt and wife Tuesday last, at the ward meeting house. Many valuable presents were given and the young couple looked supremely happy.

Bishop Earl and Ex-Bishop Bunker left yesterday for conferences at St. George. They were accompanied by Thos Judd and Ed Christian and daughter who were on their way home.

A ten-pound boy has arrived at the home of Harmon Tobler. Mother and babe are doing fine. Hulda Graff, sister of Mrs. Tobler, is here with her.

Silas Earl and wife have left for their home at Fayette, Utah. They have been down here spending the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson of Grass Valley were seen in town the last week peddling potatoes.

A sister and husband of Mrs. James Abbott arrived yesterday from Kanosh.

Almond trees are in bloom and the cottonwood trees are budding out.

Miss Viola of Gunlock is here visiting relatives.



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