mom and dads house on Harbor Rd.
and Sunday with her parents in Cleveland .^leveicinu. Mr and Mrs Luther Dick and familv havp vaeatpd tho Alhort oLrlL u vdL<u j ;u me jvioeu Rofkar house and moved into their I CATAWBA ISLAND * » A family gathering will be held in the Alma Ballard home Sunday Sunday bringing together Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballard, Toledo, and from the island, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ballard, son, Charles and daughters. Judith. Susie and Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ballard and daughter, Joan; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayne and daughter. Claudine, and Mrs. Alma Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Peterson and family plan to spend Saturday Saturday with his parents near Akron; their newly erected home on property purchased from Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blaskis Sorgeni and children are here from Angola, Ind., where "Dick" is attending school, for weeks vacation. They are in'staying at the Joseph Blaskis home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Iricks have taken up residence in the Calvin Petersen apartment while their home is being built on Harbor-rd. Mr. and Mrs. Albert "Sonny" Davids, Jr.. and children are spending the holiday season Florida. Carl Heckler, Orchard Beach, has returned from several days hunting in Pennsylvania. Carl was fortunate to bring back deer. Wilson Snyder, Catawba Island fire chief, was elected president of the Ottawa-co Firemen's Association Association at a meeting held recently recently in Genoa. Mr. and Mrs. George Oravec were recent Chicago visitors. Mr. and Mrs.. Bert Alexander, Catawba Cliffs, are spending the holiday season in Daytona Beach. Fla. They will visit other points of interest also. Edward Rhodes has been released released from Magruder Hospital and is convalescing at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steffens have left to spend the winter the south, the place as yet indefinite. indefinite. Mr. and Mrs. James Peltier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Owen and family attended the Northern Ohio Telephone Co Christmas party and potluek supper supper at the Port Clinton office Santa Claus was in charge of gift exchange. '