1949 Nov 10 Colton Club hears Alcoholics Anonymous Speak-Bob Korneisel organize Bowling team
Colton Club Hears Alcoholics Anonymous Praised by Speaker Members of Colton Exchange club heard an interesting talk on the work of Alcoholics Anonymous Anonymous at their luncheon meeting yesterday at the Spanish Kitchen. The speaker was a prominent businessman who told personal experiences experiences and praised the good being being done by the organization. The meeting was presided over by Morris Olsen, president, with Dr. Walter C. Engel serving as program chairman and introducing the speaker. Mort Aronoff reported on the organization of a bowling team for the exchange club to include Bob Farewell Banquet Smirl, Jack.Erlich, William Kor-neisel, Kor-neisel, Kor-neisel, Olsen and Aronoff. Election of Mort Aronoff to the board of control was reported from the board meeting held the previous evening. Fred Burmeister of the San Bernardino Bernardino Downtown Exchange club was present and extended an invitation invitation for Colton club members to attend the dinner dance at the Arrowhead Springs hotel starting at 7:30 Friday night. Guests were Fritz Speis of Riverside Riverside and Cliff Davis of Colton. The Uptown Exchange club was represented by the following visitors: visitors: Charles Stone, Benny Gieb-ler, Gieb-ler, Gieb-ler, Dr. Stanley Samuels, Johnny Cross, Rollie Gish, Lyden Lippin-cott, Lippin-cott, Lippin-cott, and Bud Shaddock.