C H Fenstermacher work at YMCA

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C H Fenstermacher work at YMCA - NEW COMMUNITY B0 Y_ WORKER A new community...
NEW COMMUNITY B0 Y_ WORKER A new community worker, Harry Alley, has been enfcaged to take up the work among the boys of Muskogee that has been so capably handled by C. H. Fenstermacher. Mr. Alley graduate* graduate* today from Kingfisher college, where he has taken & special course to prepare him for community work and he will start immediately after graduation graduation for Muskogee. He will go direct direct to the Hoy Scout camp near Tahlequah Tahlequah where during the next ten days he will have an exceptional opportunity opportunity to get In touch with the hoys and to win their friendship. After the Boy Scouts break camp Mr. Alley will remain at the camp with the working boys of the city who will spend two weeks on the river. C. H. Fenstermacher, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., has handled the community community wortc in connection with his own work for several years and has demonstrated the benefit derived from having a community worker in the field. With the opening of the Y. M. A. building Mr. Fensteri.-acher's time will be fully occupied with that work and this necessitated engaging another community worker Mr. Fenstermacher assisted In the selection selection of a worker and Mr. Alley was chosen. * . Pay your last half IBIS taxes on or before June 15th, 1914. CONNEL.L ROGERS. Adv. County Treasurer. WILL RECOONIZE^THE P.P. EXPOSITION GAMES Lyons. Franca-, June 10.—Official recognition of the athletic games to be held at the Panama Pacific exposition exposition at San Francisco was voted at today's meeting of the international amateur athletic federation. Representatives Representatives of all the nations present promised to do their utmost to encourage encourage the sending of teams to the ga mes. SLIGHT Knowledge Will Not Enable Young Men To Assume Management Management Of Life's Affairs Says V. P. Marshall. Orono, Me., June 10.-—Vice President President Marshall addressed a class of 120 members at the commencement exercises exercises of the University of Maine today today and in turn received the honorary degree of Ooctor of Laws. The vice president dwelt upon the need of education for the young man taking up the business of life, "Slight knowledge will not enable the young man to assume the management management of life's affairs.'' he said. "In the Irrepressible conflict between labor and capital, he cannot assume that either property or labor Is everything without tending to establish a peon class In America or an oligarchy of wealth. Complete knowledge may convince him that it will ba better for the republic to bo controlled by neither of these classes. "in 1860 we had a republic where labor was satisfied, where respect for religion and reverence for law and order order and a sincere attachment to the constitution were strong. In that year the proportion of the annual wealth reatod In the country by the joint efforts efforts of labor and capital was one- fourth to labor and tnree-fourths to capital. fcMxty years later the proportion proportion had changed to less than one- fifth to labor and more than four- fifths to capital. This disproportion, to my mind, lias much to do with our present discontent. "Usurious Interest is no more, hut usurious profit has taken its place." he oontinued, and followed It with the declaration that the young man In assuming leadership must create a public opinion and develop a moral sentiment against usurious profit as WORK BEGINS ON YMCA MONDAY The work of remodeling the Maddln buihUn* at ktaib and Court streets Into a modern Y. M. C. A. building will begin the first of the weak. The building committee will hold several meetings thta week and Monday will be ready for too contractors to begin begin work on the building. 1'Mgar Graham, a mamber of the building committee left Tuesday afternoon to make a tour of Inspection of five of the newest X. U. C. A. buildings, buildings, In St. Louis, Chicago, Rock Island, Mollne and Kansas City. Ha will Inspect the buildings principally with reference to the construction of swimming poola, baths, Y. M. C. A. cafeterias and heating plants and will present the ideas that he gather* on the trip to the building committee at Its meeting next Monday. The other members of the building committee in charge of tho actual work of construction are E. B. Emmert, Emmert, H. W. Gibson and B. B. Wheeler. While the building is in the process of re-construction C. H. Fenstermacher. Fenstermacher. Y. M. C. A. secretary will leave week after next for Geneva, Wis., where he will attend the convention of the North American Employed Officers. Officers. His chief purpose at the convention convention will be to secure a physical director and a membership secretary for the local Y. M. C. A. and the men he selects will come to Muskogee In time to begin their work in the Muskogee Muskogee association September 1. Following the convention at Geneva Mr. Fenstermacher will go to Williams Williams Bay, Wis., where he will attend a two days' convention of the International International Sunday school superintendents, superintendents, representing the Sunday school superintendents of Muskogee. Mr. Fenstermacher will return to Muskogee Muskogee about July 1 to help In the work of hastening the completion of the T. M. C. A. building. UNCLE SAM TO TAKE OK A Issued To P.. Chairman, for the to a purpose for the To the In the on June county and county be voted I hereby convention room Saturday, at t o kogee. and mary. precinct held o'clock at 7:30 June places. to order if he some the meeting as they call to on June ed that who Attend thereby

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat10 Jun 1914, WedPage 2

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)10 Jun 1914, WedPage 2
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