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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR PYREX Aluminum Skis Sleds Cutlery and Other Articles Suitable for Christmas gifts v WABENO HARDWARE CO. (SUCCESSOR TO HARTER & ZIELKE) H A R 1)W AR E— WABENO. WISCONSIN Christmas Shoppers! Only 2 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. WISCONh \ DAY DECEMBER 23. 1921 Omt Greetings In the Meaning of Christmas | IN THE spirit of the occasion and with due appreciation of all it implies, we extend Christmas greetings to the readers of this publication. Christ mas has a meaning possessed by no other holiday throughout the world. America has its national ami special days, other countries have theirs; Christmas is the only one alike in spirit and celebrated in all Chris* tian lands. So pure is its principle that it commands respect and admiration among people who worship their Creator in different ways from ours. Christmas typifies all that is best in mankind. It is the culmination of the human mind throughout the ages dwelling upon the wonders and mysteries of existence, turning to a reverence for God and His representa tive on earth. It expresses the ascendency of spirit, the realization of men of their interdependency and their duty to one another; and so it is marked by the bestowal of gifts and other sentiments of benevolence and well wishing. The makers of newspapers, concerned as they are with the doings, manifestations and thoughts of their respective communities and the world at large, and recording them in their more important aspects for the information, mayhap the education of readers, are brought into an intimate of the spirit and mean ing of Christmas. Would that we could express to you all the good that we see in the hearts of men and the increased brilliancy behind a few shadows of the light which has upheld the world for so many centuries. In the happy auguries we see for the future, there is every reason to be merry. Our Yuletide thoughts go out to the people of this com munity and our thanks are due the patrons and kind friends who have given u$ practical support or extended encouragement during the year. May this be the best Christmas you have ever spent, is our wish to all. The Publisher AnMiinn Presbyterian Church Notes I’he Christmas Program "ill be giv en by tiie Sunday school next Mouday evening Dec 20 at seven o’clock. On Suuday eveniug the following musical program will be given. Processional ‘•Silent Night”, Chorus and Congre gation. llyiuual 231. Chorus. “The King Has Come.” The Story ol the vV riling of the Hymn “On Little Town of Betulehem.” Quartette, “Oh Little Town of Beth lehem ” Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Richards, \ii Harry Me-• raw .Jr. Mr. Richardson. scripture Reading. Prayer Ladies Trio, Mrs S her "'in, Mrs R ch ards, Mrs Switzer. Violin Solo, Mr. Peliant. Song by the Piimary. Chorus, “Sacred N'ght.” Solo, “Angels Adore Him”, Miss Flora Matler, and Chorus The Prophosies, Sunday School pupils Girls Chorus, Wake O World from Slumber”, Velma Burge-s, Alice Chin nock, Virginia Tenley, Edith Richards Solo, Mrs Nelson. A Christmas Message, The Pastor. Chorus, “What Sa,> the Bells. Anuounceineu sand offering. Solo, “Low in a Mauger”, Harriet Adams. Chorus, “The Glad Chorus.” Duet, “Sleep Little Child Sleep” Ser ena Richards, Helen Switzer, Chorus, “Glory in the Highest” “Joy to the World”, Chorus and Con gregation 251 Benediction. The premiums for the Harvest Fest ival have all been sent out If you did not get your check or if there was a mistake in your eheck please uotify H. M. Nelson, Sec. Wabeno Agr. Society, immediately. H&Lt extenh our Christmas! Greetings hath etoerp goo & toist) for pour in the gear Wabeno &hoe &tore & &nber*on Death of Mrs. Anton Kelnh r Mrs. Anton Kelulioter died early Monday moaning of brights disease at the family borne 'n Soo-rton. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Ambrose Church, Rev. Buytaert officiating. Mrs Kelnhofer is survived by her husband, five daughters, Mrs Jim V<>- vak of Phoenix, tMrs Art Denoyer of Eagle River, Mrs. Jesse Ramsdall of Crandon, Mrs. Alex Maehus of Iron Mountain, Mich., and hiss Celia a home, and two sons, Anton Jr. of Mii vvaukee and John at, home Also rv\o | brothers, Joe and Frank Kirch, ami , uue slater, Mrs. Bunch, all of Reeds ; ville, W is. They were all present l ! the funeral except, Frank Kirch, w•• was uuaoie to icome Deceased was 62 years of age and moved to Soperton from Menominee, Mich, with her fam ily seventeen years ago She was a de voted mother and well liked by ail who knew her. Death of Mrs. W. E. Switzer Mrs. W. E. Switzer died at a sanitar ium at Hinsdale, ill , last Sunday mor ning at seyen o’clock, biie had been ailing for the past six or eight months aud was Lakeu to the sanitarium by her husbaud three weeks ago. The funeral was held at Oiintouville her former home, Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock. Those trorn hereto attend the funeral besides her husband were 3. D. Switzer aud Rev. Sherwin. Mrs. Switzer was brought up at Cliu tonviiie and was married about 31 years ago to W. E. Switzer. Besides her hus band, VV . E Switzer, principal of the Wabeno school, she is survived by her mother Mis. R. G. Gibson,oiintonvilie, two sisters. Mrs. Archie Hirst and Ber nice Gibson, Cliniouviiie, and two brothers, Claude Gibson, Clin ton ville, and Robert Gibson of Lansing, Mich. Mrs. Switzer was active in churcb and eivij work and had a host of friends. Death of Mural Kexel Miss Mural Kexel died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Kex ei, of Soperton, Saturday morning at three o’clock She had been ill for sev eral weeks with nephritis. the funeral was held Tuesday morn ing from St. Ambrose Church, Eev. Buytaert officiating. Deceased was a student of the Wab eno school and was fourteen years old. Besides her parents, she is survived by one sister and eight brothers. She was a bright and popular girl. After the close of service# Mew Year's dag the Lutheran Church will hold its annual business meeting. WABENO DRUG STORE CHRISTMAS IS ALMOST HERE YOU WILL FIND GIFTS f° r DAD Cigar*, Smoking Seta, Leather Goods, Book*, Playing Cards, Razors, Record*, Pipes. MHTHFR Why not a Phonograph and Two Dozen A Record*? Rubber Goods, Toilet Articles- CIQT F R She always wants 1 iggetts Chocolates! Jon* u eel Gift Package, Toilet Water, Symphony Lawn Stationery, etc- RROTHFR If he's younger than 16 give him an Erect- or Set or any of the games we have- Mil itary Brushes, Stationery, etc. AND FRIENDS ur ** oc k°f White Ivory is worth seeing. The love- best designs, cuts and shapes! And prices are most attractive M. O. BOEHM The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN AUTOMOBILISTS! / , SAVE MONEY Hava 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 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE Dollar Sale Friday and Saturday, Dec. 23-24 5 cans Alaska Salmon for SI.OO 9 cans Corn for . . . SI.OO 5 cans Tomatoes for . • SI.OO 3 cans Pineapples for . . SI.OO 9 cans Milk for .... SI.OO 6 pounds Candy for . . SI.OO With each $5.00 purchase we will give 17 pounds of Sugar for SI.OO MANY OTHER ARTICLES AT REDUCED PRICES F. A. Me DONALD WABENO, WJS. A BARGAIN 80 acres of land' 16 acres of under plow, 7 acres ready for plowing, 2 houses and garage plus well and plenty of wood.—lf taken at once 91600. Cash One mile on main road from the village of Nowald, on the school bus route. Gerl Bros., Newald, Wis NO. 20 SI.SO A YEAR Card of Thanks We wish to thank all our friends and others for the kindness tendered us in tka hoar of berearesssat of nnr helered daughter and sister. Mrs. John Kexel and faailf.