Mildred Knoles 21 Aug 1935 Illinois
. ILLINOIST^OOUXIUARY WANTS MRS, MUCKLESTONE AS NATIONAL PRESIDENT Efforts At State Convention At Quiney Will Be Devoted To Promoting Her Cause Chicago, Aug. 21.—(/P)—Activities of the American Legion women's auxiliary at the Legion state convention in Qulncy opening Saturday will concentrate largely upon the campaign to name Mrs. Melville Mucklestone, Chicago,- national president of the auxiliary at the St. Louis gathering next month. "Mucklestone for president," Miss Mildred Knoles of the Illinois department of the auxiliary said today, would be the battle cry at the Quincy convention. At the Quincy convention, Miss Knoles said, Mrs. W. G. Suthers of Chicago would be named department president without opposition. Two candidates are in the race for first vice president. Mrs. A. A. Pantelis, Highland Park, treasurer of the auxiliary during the last year, is unopposed for the post of second vice president, while two Chlcagoans, Mrs. W. A. Schulpp and Mrs. H. C. Lindemann, will seek the treasurer's position. Three candidates for chaplain Mess In Netherlands As Elsewhere nv MILTON BRONNttR NEA Service Staff Correspondent London, Aug. 21—Palntine; pretty pictures of Scotch lochs and mountains in the endeavor to forget for the time being such very prosaic things ns the gold standard, unemployment and industrial depression, a certain middle-aged, stoutish. pink-faced lady recently mounted her easel in various beauty spots at the east end of Loch Earn in Perthshire. Here, instead of thinking of Dutch cheese, she can sketch Ben Vorlich, one of the great Sir Walter Scott's favorite peaks. She will need all the rest; and quiet she can get for she happens to be wealthy Queen Wilhelmina of Holland, the only real 24-karat woman ruler in the world. And like old Queen Victoria, when she rules, she rules. The Dutch found out all about It the other day. Many of them were pleased. Some were not pleased nnd more may be heard about it when the Dutch parliament meets early this fall, Hit by Hard Times Little Holland used to be very lave been announced, Miss Knoles said, Miss Juliet Feffer of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Marguerite Huls of Robinson, and Mrs. Thomas Pog- arty, Champaign.