YMCA - Fenstermacher

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YMCA - Fenstermacher - RAISED THE MONJ AND MORE FOR Y^iCA rhe...
RAISED THE MONJ AND MORE FOR Y^iCA rhe Muskogree Spirit Put The Big Plan Across With A Rush And Then Piled $6,000 Additional On Top Of The $75,000 Just To Show Whatj Can Be Done In A Live Town The Puzzling Problem Of Would You Do In the Work on the new Y. M, C A. building building made possible by the successful Ifi- Bue of the campaign for raising- 175,000 will be begnn at once. The first ff Ihn week the plans for remodeling the] Maddin building will be completed and Just as soon as they are out of the Brchltecl 's hands, probably within the next two weeks the actual wor'K of remodeling remodeling the building will begin. The •building win be ready for occupancy by July 1, it is expected and July 15 1 B set as the latest date at which the Y. M. C, A. win be opened. I While there Is a preat deal of work to bo done in remodeling- the building the heaviest WOI'K will be on the lower ^ floors and the building of the swim-[ mlng pool. The upper stories, to be used as bedrooms need practically no remodeling-. .N'ew plumbing will bo put In throughout the building and the entire Interior will be renovated, re- ' decorated and cleaned. As the Y. M. C. A. workers say, "It needs a lot of cleaninK, but it's house cleaning time, anyway." The first of the week. Just as soon as the architects are at work on the plans and the final details of preparation preparation are well under way C. H. Fenstermacher, Fenstermacher, association secretary, says that he is going to take his blanket and hike to the woods for a few days' rest. Mr. Kenstermacher isn't bragging about the liberal donation he made to the Y. M. C. A. but he was persuaded to gft 'on the spates this morning and his friends discovered that he has literally literally donated twenty pounds of flesh to the campaign work. He Is lighter in weight by twenty pounds than when the campaign started. Rev. J. K. Thompson, of R. R. WTieel- cr's team, who secured the $5,000 subscription subscription from the Severs estate, was given an ovation at the meeting last, nifffat. The high school boys mad« *| rush for him and amid a chorus of school yellg snatched the dignified minister off his feet and lifted him high on their shoulders while the audience audience cheered. Pledges are still coming in today and wor'Kers say that they will continue to come for several days, a number of people who are expected to contribute having been out of the city during the campaign. Senator Owon sent a telegram telegram last night contributing $1,000 when the remaining $74,000 are collected. collected. The telegram, which was read last night, ran as follows; "Ase A, Ramsay: I will pay a thousand thousand dollars when $74,000 aro collected for the Y. M. C. A. building.—Roliert L Owen." The workers give credit for the planning planning and directing of the campaign to f. A, Oarrlson, state secretary. Mr. Fonstermacher who has worked in a number of campaigns under the leading leading wor'Kers of the country says that never In his experience hafl he worked (Continued on page 12.) THE: BABY TH E STATE 7 HOW DO YOU VOTE? Times'Democrat Joins Big Movement to Test 'National Opinion on this Question If you think Baby Vallle of Illinois in entitled to the services of Convict .A."»)B. niark a cros.s over the baby's head. II i ou think the state ia entitled to such services, mark the llHn»i3 seal NAMF: ADDRE (Mall this coupon to Times-Democrat office ) ^(Editor's Note—The Times-Democrat Times-Democrat tells today the remarkable story of Baby Vallle and Convict It is a story that represents a condition condition In civilization which puzzles all the world; Convict A915 is good for many more years of labor. Does that labor belong belong to the state of Illinois or does It belong to Raby Vallie? The pardon board of Illinois has puzzled and studied for five months but has not decided the qucsiion. The same problem may cotne before thiji state, or any state of the union, any day. For that reason the Times- Democrat has Joined with a large number of leading newspapers In oth- ei part.s of the country In an effort to secure from |iublic <•! inlon the cor- re<t answer. Do the services of C,,nvict A915 be- I'lng, of a right, to rtaby V:illle or to the great .stale of Illinois? The editor of the Times-Democrat does not presume to offer his opinion. We Hsk y( u, our readers to do that. We .»:k yoM to joii. the hundreds of lhoii.'*nd.^ of you'- fellow ejtizens to cleclde the human fn'<*-'^tion in\-<fl\-ed in this remarkable case Whichever wav you vote, we promise promise you that your opinion shall be presented lo the puzzled lioard of pardons pardons of Illinois. CONTMLVOTING Of The City Hospital Is To Be Turned Over To The Physicians Physicians And Surgeons Hospital Association A committee representing the Physicians Physicians and Hurgeons hospital association association of MusKogee met with the city council this morning to suvfgest plans whereby the city expects to turn the city hospital over to the asso<-iation under a contract to endure for several years, the exact term not yet decided. The plan has been under discussion for some time but the meeting this morning was the first that the committee committee has held with the council. The members of the committee who appeared appeared before the council aro Dr. II i". Places, Judges And Inspectors For Primary Announced By The Secretary Of The Election Election Board The following are the polling places. I the names of the election inspector;'. Judges and clerks for the primiry which is to l)e held Tuesday. This 'a the official list and you can locate your voting places by it Hetter clip the list out and save it for election day: Ward 1. Precinct 1. East 8ide Fire Station. Rees Evans, inspector; E. 11. Ford, Judge: J. K. (loode. cier'«. Ward 1. Precinct 2 Lat >or Temple. M. B. Arbuckle. /n.spector; John Minter. Minter. Judge: A f-', .'VlctJarr, clerk. Ward I, Precinct 3 Store, corner

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat14 Mar 1914, SatPage 1

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)14 Mar 1914, SatPage 1
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