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20, 2002 WESTERN KANSAS WORLD, TREGO COUNTY, KANSAS Page 5 CHURCH 7th St. bs, Pastor 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. ....... 1p.m. !union .10:30 a.m. 10 a.m. CHURCH =rson, Pastor ,ion .9 a.m. RCH s Carter Easter [}3 Study .... 9:30a.m. 10:30 a.m. ST RCH ;ummit Pastor BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH 300 S. 6th Street 743-2902 Rev. Harold Demoret Sunday: Sunday School .... 8:30 a.m. Morning Worship .... 9:30 a.m. Tuesday: LTC Service ...... 6:45 WAKEENEY CHURCH OF GOD 1300 Easter Ave. 743-5411 Troy Miller, Pastor Todd Boyle, Youth Pastor Sunday: Sunday School ...... 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship ...10:45 a.m. Friends of Fellowship . 6 p.m. Wednesday: Adult Bible Study ...... 7 p.m. Jr Hi Youth Group ... 6:45 p.m. Sr. Hi Youth Group ..... 8 p.m Bible Satellites & Explore.7 p.m. HARVESTIME ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4th and Warren Phone: 743-5673 Pastor Dean Antonucci Sunday: Bible School for all ages.. 9:30 Praise & Worship ....... 10:30 Evening Service ....... 6 p.m. Wednesday: Mid-Week Serv..7 p.m. all UMC nvited . .. 6 p.m. =st Rev. .... 7p.m. Wheels 22: ......... 8 a.m. Home. 9 a.m. ..... 9 a.m. ..... 9:30 a.m. .... 10:45 KING Easter Pfannenstiel Masses: ........ 6:30 p.m. ;i ....... 10:30 a.m. ;at. eve and Masses 8 a.m LLAH CHURCH Loffon .... 10 a.m. ..... 11 a.m. ........ 5-7 p.m. 7 p.m. Main Gibbs 5p.m. Graveside Services Graveside Services for Elmer Jacobitz will be held on Saturday, June 22 at 11 a.m. at the Collyer Cemetery. Maxine Eleanor Garrett ;CH Center mmunion .10:30 a.m Tell Free 1-800-950-3522 Farm Credit ef Ness City, FLeA WaKeeney Outpost Maxine Eleanor Garrett, 82, died June 16, 2002 at Trego Lemke Memorial Hospital. She was born December 19, 1919 at Penokee, Kansas on the family farm to Milford Nicholson and Phila Spelman. She was a homemaker. She married Keith Garrett on May 26, 1943 in her parent's home, he survives of WaKeeney, Ks. She wsa a member of the United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women of WaKeeney, Kansas, Federated Women's Club and Order of the Eastern Star, WaKeeney, KS. ' She was a graduate of Hill City High School and attended Kansas Wesleyan in Salina and obtained her teaching certificate and taught school in Graham County for 3 years. , ._ b Vice President is in WaKeeney every at the Gaither Building, 233 South 4th from 1-4 p.m. CPedit for Ag for LIC 3ac .... 00CROP DO .... AVIATION, INC. WaKeeney Airport - Hill City Airport ]Eric Brachtenbach PRICES & GUARAN'rEI00 NO TRACKS Booking Your & CORN ACRES WHEAT ACRES eney 2.85-743-2382 I'Ionte 785-743-6387 2'85-421-8331 Survivors: spouse, Keith Garrett, WaKeeney, KS; sons: Kent Garrett, WaKeeney, KS, Phil Garret, Grainfield, KS, Jon Garrett, WaKeeney, KS; daughters: Gay Garrett and Kay Keller, Salina, KS; three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her sister, Marcia Schweitzer and two grandsons, Kenneth Keller, Jr. and Gary Keller. The family will conduct a private memorial service at a later date. Memorials are to Alzheimer's Foundation and may be sent in care of Schmitt Funeral Home, 336 N. 12th, WaKeeney, KS. The body was cremated. Norbert W. ' Dietz Norbert W. Dietz was born April 12, 1922, in Trego County, Kansas to William G. and Lydia (Meisner) Dietz. He passed away in Liberty Hospital, Liberty, MO, on June 11, 2002, at the age of 80. Norbert lived on a farm in the country until he graduated from Trego Community High School in WaKeeney. He graduated from Fort Hays College in Hays in 1944, and worked 38 years as a chemist for Phillips Petroleum Company in Kansas City, KS, retiring in 1982. On October 19, 1946, Norbert was united in marriage with Donna F. Kuhlken at St. John Lutheran Church, Cushing, IA. She survives, of their home in Liberty, MO. Norbert was an active member of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Kansas City, KS, for 43 years. He was a Sunday School Council member as well as Council President. He was also a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity, and the Army Reserves. Norbert enjoyed reading, fishing, music and travel. He also liked any type of do-it- yourself project. Other survivors include a son, Ken Dietz and his wife, Teresa, of Bartlesville, OK; two daughters, Glenda Dietz of Overland Park, KS, and Sharon Iverson and husband, John, of Holland, MI; three grandchildren, William Dietz, Amanda McDonald and her husband, Kyle, and Kendra Dietz; and two sisters, Florence Roemer, and her husband, Richard, of Grainfield, KS, and Marilyn Cormor of Tulsa, OK. He was preceded in death by a sister, Ruth Tones, in 1996. Funeral services for Norbert Dietz were June 1, 2002, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, WaKeeney, Kansas, with Pastor Randy Gibbs officiating. Interment was in the WaKeeney City Cemetery. Memorials may l)e made to Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, or to the Alzheimer's Association. Memorials may be sent in care of Schmitt Funeral Home, 336 N. 12th Street, WaKeeney, Kansas 67672. Thanks for Shopping WaKeeney Seth William Contreras Seth William Contreras, 3, died Tuesday, June 11, 2002, at WaKeeney. He was born Aug. 22, 1998, in Hoisington to Ismael Joel Contreras and Teresa Cathrine Owen. Survivors include his father, Wellfleet, Neb.; his mother, Bison; two brothers, Sebastain J. Contreras and Levi J. Contreras, both of Bison; a sister, Farrah S. Schroeder, Bison; two half- sisters, Saline Moore and Christy Contreras, Great Bend; and his grandparents, Richard and Beverly Owen, Bison, and Hector and Lee Contreras, Wellfleet. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at First Church of God, Great Bend, with the Rev. Thomas R. Swain officiating; burial in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Stafford County. Visitation is from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Janousek Funeral Home, La Crosse. Memorials are suggested to the Seth W. Contreras Memorial Fund in care of the mortuary. A Loving Husband, Father and Grandfather Jesse Junior Critchfield was born to Jesse Joshua and Addle May (Super) Critchfield, July 31, 1925 in Penokee, Kansas, on the family land. His love of this land remained evident, actively farming with his two sons until the day of his death. On August 24, 1944, at the age of nineteen, he entered the army where he served in France and Germany. After returning home he was united in marriage to Yvonne Stinemetz, on December 22, 1946. To this union were born four children: Charlene Yearout of Andover, Kansas, Stanley Critchfield, of Hill City, Kansas, Colleen Herlevich of Littleton, Colorado, and Wade Critchfield of Hill City, Kansas. In 1952, he helped build the Midwest Energy Power Plant where he worked as a Plant Operator and Water Tester for 35 years until retirement. As an avid sportsman, he spent his winters hunting, his summers horseback riding and as a catcher and coach for the Texaco Fast Pitch Softball Team. Later in life he enjoyed watching games, especially those played by his grandchildren. After retirement, he purchased his family's original homestead which had been relocated to the North Shore of Cedar Bluff Reservoir. Here he fished and enjoyed many wonderful times with his family. When Jess's children describe their dad, they talk about a powerful, larger than life character who commanded respect from all who knew him. He was a man of few words and his children knew his yes's and no's without asking. He always'gave his best in everything and he expected Ii II Steamway Carpet Cleamng Co. You know us by our reputation Carpet Cleaning is our only business We Clean For Less (with satisfaction guaranteed) We do not charge mileage Palco 737-5741 er 1-800-292-9497 MIDWEST COOPERATIVE 100 O OffRegular Buy a Pallet of Se Retail Price and we'll take an On Twine additional 5e off In Stock per box. WE HANDLE FR-140 Red & Wldle or Blue & White F0-130 Orange Sq Bale Golden Sisal nmmd lalel FT-,SOI! Orange 11UPN-Tuff #12 Tensg FY-110 Yellow kWrap e4 xueo F0-170 Orange-Sq Bale r, okkm Sisal Sq hm FT-1311R FY-110 so !1Sqmn SALE RUNS JUNE STn TBRU JUNS Zzt00rD ,,, ,, I the best from everyone around him. He was an honest man, who would drive 40 miles to deliver 10 bushels of wheat. It might cost him ore to haul the wheat than it was worth, but he wanted to make sure that the landowner he was farming for received his full harvest. He welcomed everyone. Generous to fault, he would do without, making sure everyone else had what they needed. His children will always remember him as a generous, honest, hospitable man who loved his family deeply. Jess, a loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away Friday, May 31, 2002. He was proceeded in death by his parents and five brothers and sister. He is survived by his wife and four children, ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Your Loving Family, Morn; Charl & Phil; Jessie, Josh & Amy. Stan& Sherry; Kylie, Casey & Jaime, Jaisey, Bayleigh; Jenni & Cliff. Colleen & Dan; Haley, Drew, Dylan. Wade & Michelle, Hylan, Bryce. 16-1tc Thank You Our Thanks goes out to so many people who responded so quickly to help our loved one, Jesse (Junior) Critchfleld. The call to the Emergency Medical Service and their effort to save him, also to the Hill City Hospital, Dr. Bollig, the nurse and staff and those who showed such loving concern for our family. Also to Dr. Lang and the staff at WaKeeney Clinic who took care of Jesse for many years and Trego Lemke Hospital where he was a patient many times over the last few years. Our appreciation and Thanks goes also to those who showed our family a lot of kindness and sympathy. To Brother Chic Becker, for conducting the services, and everyone for the flowers, cards, memorials and the food brought to the home. A special thank you to our friends and family from the Kingdom Hall who provided us with a beautiful Dinner (at the community center) after the services. These kindnesses and support will always be in our memories. Thank You, The Critchfield Family 16-1tc 90th Birthday Well, well, Isabell-- You're 90 now... We think that's swell! How many more birthdays? No one can tell! Oh well, We wish you well! D.S. and L. 16.1tp A.A.R.P. AARP will be held June 25th with a covered dish dinner at noon. Glenna Clingingsmith will present the program "Prescription Drugs." Thanks for Shopping WaKeeney Surplus Property Baker Reunion The bienniennial reunion of the descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Pearl) Baker was held at Manhattan the weekend of June 8-9, 2002. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Monty (Karen) Williamson, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Will (Kate) Buser. Attendees were: Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Baker of McAllen, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Baker of Smolan, Kansas, Mr. Roger Baker of Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baker and Miss Sara Johnson of Dighton, Kansas; Mrs. Ray (Marian) Baker of Quinter, Mrs. Ron (Ann) McWilliams of Salina; Miss Loralee Baker of WaKeeney; Mr. and Mrs. Will Buser of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Bret Williamson and Lee, Mr. Sean Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Monty Williamson all of Manhattan. While unavoidable circumstances kept the attendance much smaller than usual, all reported having a fantastic and most enjoyable time. Coker Reunion Descendants of Fred and Emma Coker families met at the Council Grove Lake, June 6, 7 & 8th for the 29th Reunion. There were 68 relatives and 12 friends attending. Host: Tamara Rader and helpers; Gorri Truan and Christi Sumner. The 30th annual reunion will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benjamin of Ebson, Ks. the second weekend in June, 2003. The place will be announced at a later date. 2002 Loan Rates The Commodity Credit Corporation has announced the Trego County loan rates for the 2002 crop has been announced. The loan rates are as follows: Hard Red Winter Wheat, $2.72/bushel; Corn, $2.0 I/bushel; Mile, $3.22/cwt; Sunflowers, $9.32/cwt; Soybeans, $4.74/bushel; barley, $1.78/bushel; and Oats, $1.41/bushel. These loan rates are used for the basis for a nine month loan on eligible warehouse stored and farmstored commodity loans. Contact the Trego County FSA Office for more details about 2002 crop commodity loans. Thank You We would like to say' thank you to all our friends and relatives who took the time from their busy schedules to come celebrate our 50th anniversary with us. Your participation made it an extra special day. A big thank you to all who remembered us with cards, telephone calls, etc. We will cherish the memories of a most wonderful day forever. Thank you and may God bless each and every one of you. Florence and Wee Flinn 16- ltc Au ""--""" CtlOn Auction Location: "lYego County Fairgrounds, WaKeeney 6:00 p.m. Cafeteria Shtk unit - Stalnleu 1 Coenters- St.nle== steel Counter - Stainle steel serving counter t2 x 2 Dishwe=hu ~ (Hobart) Table - stamless steel 72 x 30 Table - Electric eam table (Duke 3000 watt) Table - Butcher block tble with sub/flour bins Mb. KItchon Ple=lic portkm tqm - several bags Cups, mcera, plate= Salad Mumr Salad Bowl= - new Salt & pcppcx shokm Napkin diqmm. Sngm thspcnmt Cream pitdl dishe= (Approx. SO) Juice glmm= (Ohm) Tupperwam divkler tote (mll) Wsr pltchem - (5) yellow Chef=ware pottery Office Copier - Konka 1290 RE Typewriter- IBM Selectrle IBM O:5 Rorder/Tnmabe (2) De - (Smith Sylem) Typewriter mobile de with drawer De=ks - (2) Single Pedestal Wooden D,nks - viom it adertt de=ks Dk - White =tudent de with mMchlng chair Chairs- vmou= office cimi . 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