1950 Apr 27 Bill Korneisel New President Colton Club-Get Acquainted Seminar
Get-Acquainted Get-Acquainted Get-Acquainted Seminar Held by State Leaders ' A seminar of the state and dis trict officers of the National. Ex change club and members of district district 14 clubs, met in Colton yes- yes- terday for lunch at the Spanish Kitchen. The purpose of the session was primarily for state members and individual clubs to get acquainted B. Willis Weekes of Bakersfield, state president, was introduced byj Bill Korneisel, new president of the Colton club. OFFICERS GREETED Weeks introduced other state officers who included A. V. Jor dan of Fresno, secretary: Wilson Rutherford, member of the board of control from Alhambra; Paul Dial of San Diego, also a member of the board of control and Dr. Donald C. Collins of Hollywood, associate chairman of the 1950 state convention and past district governor. Other guests present were Dr. Ralph E. Pawley, governor of dis trict 14; Dr. Herman Katz, immediate immediate past district governor; Harold Harold Lamb, governor of district 15 and members of the Uptown and Downtown clubs of San Bernardino; Bernardino; the Rubidoux club of Riverside, Riverside, Coachclla club and Upland club. INSTALL MEMBERS Weekes installed Jack Davis as a new member of the Colton club and George W. Buller and L. G. Homer, into the Uptown Exchange club of San Bernardino. Dr. Collins gave a resume of the activities which will take place at the State convention in Hollywood Hollywood on June 15-17. 15-17. 15-17. The honorary state president, Marie Wilson, will be present. Other attractions planned include a program, formal dance, sports, golfing and bowling, among other events. REPORT ON DRIVE Morry Olson, member of the Colton club, reported on the scrap metal drive and said that there had been a good response. Although Although a few more pick-ups pick-ups pick-ups are going to be made, the drive can now be termed successful. This drive was the local group's part in the freedom shrine which will make possible the securing of photostatic documents from the Freedom Train. Those with scrap donations may call Mr. Olson.