YMCA - Fenstermaqcher
SHOULD HAVE Y. M. C. A. HERE W. N. Northeott, of St. Louis, railroad secretary of the interna- Itlonal committee of the Y. (M. C. A., is in • Muskogee today conferring with Local Secretary C. H. Fenstermacher, anft State Secretary conference last nIgHf~ and: this '"z ?»oS ;f Northeott. whose business It is to watch over the Interests of the railroad institution of the > Young Men's CHirlstlan aasociation, stated that he never saw ^ucb a promising field for the weak of the association a> ia presented .in the state of Oklahoma. "I am deeply gratified to note the activity in MuskO' gee, Oklahoma City, Enid and Tulsa toward 'the permanent orga nisation of T. M. C. A. locals, and I believe the., work 1« being carried on very effectively. Oklahoma is slightly behind Texas, Arkansas and the older etatbs witb her T. M. C. A. campaigns ,on account of her youtb. . "I believe that every place large enough to call itself a city should have a branch of the Y. M. C. A. as onr work goes hand in band with the development of commnnt- tlea into citiea and the education of the young men in and about ithem.",. Mr. Northeutt left (or Pine Bluff, Ark... this afternoon, after a pleasant trip about the dty. He was very mucb impressed wltb hia first view of tbis etty, wbtcib be .sayn gives him the iatvreasloa ot a |w!d»-aw*ka town, yat with avery fiatnr* of aUblllty abent It.