One week postponement of 1897 Weld reunion accommodates older members from the West.
the is C., llal- were a at the b\ giand 1NGLESIDE. William Gibson idled at his borne, near Ingleside, Wednesday evening, August llth, aged 74 years. Some friend should write a tribute to his memory. A very pleasant time was enjoyed Sattuday Aug. 14th, at the annual reunion of the Boggs and Preslef r ami]ies. It was not as large as last year : there were some vacant chairs some have passed to that unseen since they last met. Officers elected were: President, William Boggs: vice president, Leioy Eoggs; secre- ary, Frank Boggs: treasurer, M V. )rake. The Weld reunion and picnic will be held August 28th, a x Inglesido, instead instead of August 21, w h i c h is bes by some of the older membesr, is to accommodate some oi tho members from the West.