ChrlNton Family In Koitnlon at Glrnnl Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Smith of Girnrd, entertained 37 members of the Christoe family at their home Sunday. After a picnic dinner in the Smith yard, the group went to Ihe Girard Coiln- try Club for swimming and golf- inc. Ralph Byron of Wood River was named president for Ihe roming year, and Mrs. Orville Niehaus of Farina, secretary. The two will make plans for 1he next reunion, which will take place at Chaulauqua. Attending from the Allon area were Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Christoe, Christoe, who were accompanied by their son-in-law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry MeClintock of West Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Christoe nnd children, children, "Chuck," ' Barbe and Kathe, of Highland; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Melting. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Byron nnd children, Marsha, Jeanne, Mary Jo, and Johnny, of Wood River; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Milford and Jim Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milford and daughter, Susan, of Scheneclady, N. Y., who is visiting visiting Milford's parents; nnd Mrs. E. J. Christoe nnd Miss Helen Christoe.