Sticker News from long ago

Nov. 9, 1917
Pecans Sold

A buyer was here Saturday and shipped to Chicago by express a little more than five thousand pounds of pecans that had been gathered in by our merchants.
Beef Club
The County Line beef club, of which Gus. Miksch is secretary and Fred Voitle butcher, balanced their books for the season last week and found their expenses to be $116.28 and their beef at 12¢ a pound came to $525.12.
Musical Entertainment
The following members of the Cedar Maennerchor, of the vicinity of O’Quinn, joined the Schulenburg Club here and took part in the musical entertainment held at New Bielau: John Schwake, C.J.  Lueke, Gus. Meeper, Ernest Melcher, Gilbert Lueke, Ed. Bruns, Geo. Bruns, Charles Sander, Edison Melcher, Emil Wagner, Walter Wagner Martin Wagner and John Bruns.
From Route Five
Frank Seifert recently purchsed a span of mules.
Henry Langhammer is building a new house.
From Swiss Alp
George Hagens has purchased a new car.
John Lauterbach of Freyburg was in this neighborhood last week and bought a nice bunch of cattle.
From Freyburg
Louis Jochen, one of our soldier boys, is home again. We understand some more of them will be granted a discharge.
Frank Olle and Miss Minnette Gebert, both popular young people of our community, were happily married last Saturday.
Married
Miss Elsa Meyer, daughter of Fritz Meyer and wife, and Louise Knape, son of Fritz Knape and wife, of Swiss Alp were quietly married Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Lutheran church, Rev. Kern performing the ceremony, after which a breakfast was served at the home of the bride at 9:30. In cars they went to the home of Mr and Mrs. Henry J. Meyer, there partaking of a midnight lunch.