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v —— — * __ TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR PYREX Aluminum Skis Sleds Cutlery and Other Articles Suitable for Christmas gifts WABENO HARDWARE CO. (SUCCESSOR TO HARTER & ZIELKE) HARDWARE WABENO. WISCONSIN Christmas Shoppers! Only 9 Days Till Christmas Our stock, complete as it is, is moving. Early shopping insures the pick of the goods. We have gifts suitable for all ages and pocket books. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT DR. 0. S. TENLEY Physician and Surgeon Telephone 66 Office at Tenley’s Drug Store Tires, Tubes, Tire Repair Kits, Blow-out Patches, Chains, Tire Ce ment, Bulbs of All Kinds, Spark Plugs, Radiator Hoses, Speedee, the Great Hand Cleanser, Oils, Gasoline and Greases. Battery Charging, Automobile Repairing on All Makes. New and Used Cars always on hand. Wabeno Motor Car Company WABENO, WIS. TENLEY’S DRUG STORE WABENO. WISCONSIN. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1921 SCHOOL NOTES The Economics class is conducting its own recitations and is covering a great deal of ground though not as thorough ly as when Mr. Switzer conducted the class. From Gillett our fighting five go to Oconto to play the Oconto high school. No reports have come to Wabeno con cerning Oconto’s team, but our fellows expect a hard fight and a close score. W E. Switzer, who has been gone for over a week and a half because of the illness of Mrs. Switzer, writes that he will possibly not return until after the holidays. Mr. Nelson has charge of -4he school while he is away. Wabeno high school team play Cran-’ don at Wabeno this Friday Our fam ous fighting five defeated them already this year at Crandon with a score of 18 to 23 We are sure of victory again. Our basket ball team will play Gillett Thursday, Dec 22 It ought to he an easy matter to defeat them as Goodman did, and we have proven that our team is far superior to Goodman's. The third game of the season was played with Goodman at Neider’s hall last Friday Goodman put up a good! fight but wasn't in a class with our players Toward the end of the game the score was so one sided that Mr. Nelson, our coach, put Jim Quinlan in Edward Derrah’s position and Garfield Chinnock in Efherel Phillipp’s place, placing Clarenc- Hoffman in Garfield's position in order to give members of j the second team more practice and fit | them for our next year’s basket ball! team. Wabeno high school won with a score of 6 to 40. We hope that Wabeno high will de feat Goodman when they play on Good man's floor as Goodman is always boasling that they have never been de feated on their own floor. Miss Lydia Peterson and Aaron Hopper Married Yesterday Miss Lydia Petersot), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson, of Pad us, and Aaron Hopper of *h's village were married at Pad us by Judge Forr est yasterday. They were attended by Miss Laura Baumgartner and Verni Peterson, brother of the bride. The wedding was A. quiet one, only immed iate relatives of the contracting part ies being present. Mr. and Mrs Hopper will go house keeping at once, in the rooms over the creamery, the groom having been en gaged as a butter maker for the Forest County Co-operative Dairy Cos. The young couple have many friends who join in extending congratulations and best wishes. HIMLEY ABSTRACT COMPANY C. G. HIMLEY, ABSTRACTER (Successor to Walsh Abstract Company) Crandon, Forest County, Wisconsin ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Carefully and Promptly Compiled. FIRE INSU RA N C E— Strongest Companies Something new in AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE- “The Popular Prem ium Policy"—iusures for the FULL VALUE of the car. Applications by mail receive immediate attention. RED CROSS NOTES At the annual meeting of the local chapter of The American Red Cross Society the following officers were e lected; Chairman, Mrs, P. J. Noer Vice-chairman, Mrs. August Iwen Sec.-Treasure, Mrs. Fred Colburn Executive Com., Mrs. S' A. McGraw Mrs. S. D. Switzer Mrs. Frank Bayee Mrs. C. Alexander The response to the annual Roll Call, which has just been taken, has been very good considering tne present in dustrial conditions. In addition to in dividual membership subscriptions, the Woman’s Auxiliary to the Ameri can Legion has donated $25 00 for local ’work. Arrangements are being made to co llect and make over used garments in to clothing for children who may be in need, preference being given to this community. Anyone who may have clothing foi which they have no furth er need are asked to send it to the lib rary room of the town hall on the aft ernoons of Tue&uay, Thursday and Saturday, on which days members of the Committee will be there to receive it. Plans are being made, also, to pro vide Christmas boxes for local children who might otherwise miss the usual Christmas cheer. For this purpose the committee will be glad to receive on the same days and at the same place, contributions of toys, children’s books groceries, candy or money. GOING liOWNI Tuberculosis in Wisconsin Death rate per 100,000 1908 107.7 1909 107.8 1910 103.0 3.911 101-9 1912 99.1 1913 96.7 1914 100.9 1915 94.0 1916 90.4 1917 95.6 1918 91.6 1919 86. 1920 84.2 And yet, there were 2,217 deaths from tuberculosis in Wis consin last year. It’s a winning fight, but It’s not yet won. Presbyterian Church Notes The School of Religion last Tuesday nd Wednesday conducted by Rev. Verkuyl and Rev. Leahy was very well attended and awakened a great deal of interest in religious education. The new basement is nearing com pletion and the furnace has been in stalled. The basement is going to pro vide much needed room for our Sunday School work and for social purposes. Sunday School at 10 A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M. * Rehersal for Xmas music at 2 P. M. Junior Endeavor at 3:30 P. M. Senior Endeavor at 5:45 P. M. Preaching at 7:00 P. M. REDUCED EXCURSION FARES FOR THE HOLIDAYS CHICAGO & MORTH WESTERN RY. Reduced excursion fares will be in e ffect for the holiday season based on fare and one-half for the round trip, to al! points where the one way fare is $25.00 or less. Minimum excursion fare $2.50. Usual half fare rates for child ren. Tickets on sale Dec. 22 to 23, inclus ive. Final return limit Jan. 4, 1922. Take advantage of this opportunity to make a holiday trip. , Full particulars on application to any Ticket Agent, Chicago & North West ern Railway. WABENO DRUG STORE The Store of the Christmas Spirit Christmas! Just eight more days from to-day is Christmas. Just eight more days in which to gtt ready for that day of days which fulfills the beau tiful traditions, cenuuries old, of confirming friend ship and family ties by the exchange of gifts and bringing joy supreme to the world of little child ren. This store is ready to help you get ready for Christmas. Every, section is replete with fresh and fascinating merchandise, culled' from all plac es, where the new and the curious and rare are found. Every department is primed to render you its utmost in service. t Again we repeat with even greater emphasis than in previous years, for the greatest satisfact ion in merchandise and service, do your Christmas shopping early. M. O, BOEHM The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN AUTOMOBILISTS! SAVE MONEY Have Your Car Overhauled Now \ During the dull winter months is the time to have your car overhauled so as to have it ready for spring. We can do the work in an efficient manner and at reasonable prices. Expert repair work on all makes C. F. RIETZ MOTOR CO. Ford Cars and Accessories WABENO, WISCONSIN WATCH THIS SPACE FOR Dollar Sale ON DEC. 23rd and 24th F. A. Me DONALD WABENO, WIS. A BARGAIN 80 acres of land’ 15 acres of under plow, 7 acres ready for plowing, 2 houses and garage plus well and plenty of wood.—lf taken at once SISOO. Cash One mile on main road from the village of Newald, on the school bus route. Gerl Bros., NewaiJ, Wia. NO. 19 SI.BOA YEAR The Company C. basket ball team lost out at Gillett on Thursday night of last week when they played the Le gion team at Gillett. The acore was 29 to 16. The Wabeno team was composed of the following players: Alfred Miller, Paul Lemke, Donald Dickinson, Albert Neisius, and Ired Harms Jr.