| 1632 series |
POD: May, 1631
|Appearance(s):||Grantville Gazette II, Grantville Gazette VII|
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Nationality:||United States of Europe (formerly United States)|
Fenton Mase was a bartender at the 250 Club. Unlike most people who frequented the tavern, Mase harbored few prejudices against Germans, but was nonetheless lumped in with that faction by the rest of Grantville.
For a long time, Mase had had to work overtime to help cover the short-term waitresses the club's owner, Ken Beasley often employed. Mase finally reached his breaking point. He and his friends and fellow tenders Julio Sanabria and Odetta Thorpe, quit the 250 Club and moved to Magdeburg to open their own bar. Mase was pleased by seeing Beasley's outrage at losing his bartenders.