The club's account book lists the following as charter members:
John B. Michel
Donald A Wollheim
Robert W Lowndes
All but the last two paid their application fee, 25 cents, "in full."
Dues were 25 cents a month for employed members, 10 cents for unemployed. In 1938 and early 1939, only Michel, Kubilis and Wilson were employed. [Surely, Asimov was employed also, at his parent's candy store!]
At the beginning of October, the club treasury showed a balance of $1.50.
On October 2, after recording that "Papa has a tooth ache," Asimov wrote:
I went off to the second meeting of the Futurians. I think there was only one person missing from last week. I had even more fun than last time, and we discussed, argued and objected for about two hours, with the features being the discussion of the three science fiction magazines. Then we all started playing ping pong. Lowndes and I teamed up and played doubles matches, and more than held our own with the rest, winning about four and losing three. After initial awkwardness I performed amazingly, considering that I had not held a racquet in almost two years.