Fenstermacher at Muskogee YMCA
Fenstermacher as Executive Head of Provisional Y, M. C. A. Work C. H. Fenstermacher\wlll remain ln Muskogee for another -year as the acting executive secretary pf • the provisional committee of the Y. M. C. A. in charge of the uoys' and girls' work of the elty. The committee neld its annual meeting Friday night and received the annual report of the year's work just over and re-appointed Mr. Fenstermacher. • Just one year agt^ JJiitegg|Jg^^ was started In the city and the following men were selected to compose, this rommlitee: Dana H., Kelsey, president; J. L. Ha vice, Wyeth H. Jordan, Dr. A. E, Bonnell, J. F. Darby, C. B. Law, T. P. Smith, Geo. Butte and W. F. Moffitt: Every member of this committee is the president of one of 'the branch organizations of the Y. M. i C. Ai work in the city. They secured \ Mr. Fenstermacher as the secretary of the committee and that he has made good is evident. The report shows that the secretary now has over eight hundred boys and ffirls under his supervision and that twenty-four groups of ten boys each hold monthly meetings at his house and receive Instruction in the work they are undertaking. The state reports that it costs the taxpayers $268.59 for every boy kept in one of the state Institutions for a year. There were twenty-eight Juvenile cases in Muskogee county during the year that would have been sent to the Pauls "Valley school that were taken charge of by Mr. Fenstermacher and he reports that every boy is .making good. The first year's work has proven of so much good, to the youth of the city that the men on the committee feel very much gratified and believe that this year will show an even greater interest in the work by the whole people of the city.