DR. BALLOU DIES y
AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
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J. G. Ballou. 53, prominent physician and the mayor of Oak Harbor, died Tuesday after less than a week's illness of pneumo- . nia. Last rites were held Thurs^ day forenoon and the body was taken to Stanford, Ky,, bis for* mer home, for interment.
He is survived by his widow and a son, Justin, a student at Draka College.
Dr. Ballou was a member of the American Legion Post at Oak Harbor and of the Elmore Masonic lodge together with oth¬ er branches of the Masonic Order in Oak Harbor, Fremont and To¬ ledo.
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