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1. Title:   Kirchen-Buch der Mennoniten-Gemeinde zu Halstead Harvey County Kansas 1875- 1878. First Mennonite Church of Christian M
Page:   274
AddressaddressLine1:   300 East 27th Street
Addresscity:   67117
Name:   Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College
Givenname:   Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College
RepositoryId:   R757
Addressname:   Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College
Address:   Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College 300 East 27th Street North Newton, Kansas 67117
Phone:   316.284.5304
AddressaddressLine2:   North Newton, Kansas
2. Title:   Mennonite Weekly Review
Page:   9 Nov 2000, p10
Publication:   129 W. Sixth, Newton, Kansas.

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Halstead/Christian p. 274: married by Peter P. Wedel. Mennonite Weekly Review - 11-9-2000: Carroll Waltner was born April 7,1923, on a farm in Hutchinson County, southwest of Freeman, S.D. He was the oldest child of John P.M. and Bertha Waltner. He died Sept. 22, 2000, at his home in Freeman. Carroll was baptized Oct. 9, 1938, by P.R. Schroeder at Salem Mennonite Church. He attended Freeman Academy and Junior College and taught country school for one year. Carroll served in Civilian Public Service at Fort Collins, Colo., and Gulfport, Miss., during World War II. He met his wife, Esther Wedel, in Gulfport. Carroll and Esther were married in Moundridge, Kan., June 8, 1948, and shared 52 years of life together. After their marriage, Carroll and Esther started fanning northwest of Hurley. He farmed for 43 years, and they remained on the farm an additional six years after his retirement. For the last three years, they continued to enjoy their retirement in Freeman. Carroll enjoyed nature, including driving through the country looking at the state of the farmland, looking for wildlife and gardening. He enjoyed visiting, including attending fann sales and community events. Carroll is survived by his wife, Esther; a daughter, Jorgiann and her husband George Glubka of Minneapolis; two brothers, Gene of Marion and John of Freeman; and two sisters, Elaine Regier of Mountain Lake and Ramona Hanns of Saskatoon, Sask.


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