Tuesday, August 10, 1875 - Page 4
UNION ASSOCIATION. The annual picnio of the Union Association of the Twentieth Ward, "whioh was postponed last week on account of the rainy weather, came off yesterday afternoon afternoon and evening at Letter ts Park, and proved a very successful affair. The attendance in the afternoon afternoon exceeded that of any other plcnio held at that plaoe during the Summer, and in the evening the grounds were also well filled. It seemed aa if a large portion of the young people from that ward had turned out to take prtin the festivities. Mr. M. J. Dady, Dep. Superintendent of the New York Post Office, ia President of the Association, and acted as floor manager. manager. The other officera are Arthur Boyle, Vioe President; President; Jno. Noouan, Treasurer, and Ed. Harrand Henry P. Smith, Secretaries. The mvsio waa furnished by Bannon. A committee of twenty mombers attended to the details of the picnic, and.kept perfect order, while doing everything In their power to make the oocaaion a very pleasant one to all their guests. Dancing was kept up till a late hour. Among the guests present who were "particularly noticed wore, Mr. John White, CoL E. B. Lansing, Chief Clerk of the Police Board, Mr. Henry Wrle jWd a laraa delegation from the Central Olub.