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The Western Star, May 16, 1924.

T. R. Guyer, his son, Charley, and his daughter, Miss Mary, were called to Waynoka, Okla., on Thursday of last week by the death on that morning of Mr. Guyer's brother, William J. Guyer, whose home had been in that city for a number of years. Mr. Guyer had been employed for some time as engineer at the Waynoka water and light plant. He took sick last fall, but his condition had improved somewhat, it was thought, by cancer of the liver. Mr. Guyer was about 67 years of age, and was one of Waynoka's most highly respected citizens.


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