Guy Walker Ames Tribune Dec. 5, 1941

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Ames Tribune Dec. 5, 1941 - Life Long Resident of Napier Dies Guy L....
Life Long Resident of Napier Dies Guy L. Walker, 42, a resident of the Napier community southwest southwest of Ames all his life, died Thursday at 2:30 p. m. in his farm home. Death was caused by heart trouble. He had been in ill health since last April: Walker was born Jan. 4, IS99, in Boone county. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walker, were life time residents of the Napier community. He was a member of the Napier Methodist church and was active in many community affairs. June 22, 1921, he married Opal McKenna of Ames, who with a daughter, Mildred, at home, and thre.e sisters, Mrs. John Safely of Boone; Mrs. Charles Kitchen of Ames, and Mrs. A. M. Bowier of Emporia, Kan., survive him. Funeral services will be held | Sunday at 1:30 p. m. in the home j and at 2 p. m. in the Napier Methodist church. Rev. M. D. ! Summerbell. pastor, and Rev. iHahn of Van Meter will offi- |ciate. Burial will be in Rosehill i cemetery near Napier. 1 v

Clipped from Ames Daily Tribune05 Dec 1941, FriPage 5

Ames Daily Tribune (Ames, Iowa)05 Dec 1941, FriPage 5
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  • Guy Walker Ames Tribune Dec. 5, 1941

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