The Kiwanis Magazine, September 1936
Published to Promote the Objects, Policies and Objectives of Kiwanis International, an Organization Based Upon the Principle of Service and Devoted to the Advancement of Individual, Community and National Welfare and to the Strengthening of International Goodwill.
Contents for September, 1936, Vol. 21 No. 9
- OBJECTIVES AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS ACTIVITIES OF KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL
FOR 1936-1937 Frontispiece
- "A MOMENTOUS WORK" C. Walter Cole 515
- CONSTITUTION WEEK, SEPTEMBER 13-19 516
- FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT Gunnar H. Nordbye 517
- DON'T BE A PAL TO YOUR BOY -- HE DESERVES SOMETHING BETTER Lt. Col. A. M. Hitch 518
- THE QUICK AND THE DEAD Dr. Dain L. Tasker 520
- ADDING GENERATIONS TO TREES Orville W. Spicer 522
- THE ETHICS OF SALESMANSHIP Arthur H. Brayton 523
- JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, ITS CAUSES AND PREVENTION Robert C. Logan 524
- A MILLION AIR PASSENGERS IN 1936 ! Frederick R. Neely 526
- MY PERSONAL PAGE Roe Fulkerson 527
- HANDS ACROSS THE BORDER 528
- "ORGANIZERS OF VICTORY" Fred. C. W. Parker 529
- EDITORIALS Roe Fulkerson 530
- CANADIANS MEASURED BY A KIWANIS YARDSTICK Rev. Archibald Young, M.A., D.D. 532
- BANKING IN THE UNITED STATES FROM ANOTHER VIEWPOINT H. L. Pringle 533
- ACHIEVEMENT REPORTS FOR 1935- I. AMARILLO, TEXAS, WINNER IN GOLD DIVISION 534
- A MESSAGE FROM RUPERT HUGHES Jon Edward Warfel 536
- MICHIGAN DISTRICT DEDICATES KIWANIS FOREST MONUMENT Ben G. Wright 537
- CREATIVE EDUCATION AND THE KIWANIS CLUB Prof. L. S. Neeb 538
- OHIO KIWANIANS VISIT ONTARIO 539
- WHY I LIKE TO READ MY BIBLE 0. W. Coursey 540
- INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE SUGGESTIONS 541
- BIRD STUDY AS A HOBBY Detlof B. Nelson 542
- DISTRICT ACTIVITIES 543
- CLUB ACTIVITIES 546
- KIWANIS BREVITIES 559
- PERSONALS ABOUT KIWANIANS 560
- THE QUESTION BOX George W. Kimball 561
OFFICERS OF KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL
- President, A. COPELAND CALLEN, Urbana, Illinois;
- Immediate Past President, HARPER GATTON, Madisonville, Kentucky;
- Vice-President, JAMES M. LYNCH, Florence, South Carolina;
- Vice-President, F. TRAFFORD TAYLOR, K.C., Winnipeg, Manitoba;
- Treasurer, H. G. HATFIELD, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma;
- Secretary, FRED. C. W. PARKER, Chicago, Illinois.
- FABER A. BOLLINGER, Atlanta, Ga.;
- SAMUEL F. CLABAUGH, Birmingham, Ala.;
- CHARLES S. DONLEY, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
- JAMES P. GALLAGHER, Newton, Mass.;
- C. HAROLD HIPPLER, Eustis, Fla.;
- Vic H. HOUSHOLDER, Phoenix, Ariz.;
- BENNETT 0. KNUDSON, Albert Lea, Minn.;
- HARRY D. MACDONALD, Colorado Springs, Colo. ;
- FRED G. MCALISTER, London, Ont.;
- GEORGE E. SNELL, Billings, Mont.;
- ALFRED H. SYVERSON, Spokane, Wash.;
- W. EUGENE WOLCOTT, M.D., Des Moines, Iowa.
Official Programs for Kiwanis Clubs in 1936. Approved by the International Board of Trustees:
- Constitution Week: September 13-19
About the Front Cover
The cover of the September issue of The Kiwanis Magazine honors United States Constitution Week which occurs September 13 to 19. The design in the oval was suggested to artist Lee by a restored painting by an obscure artist, which painting is in the galleries of the Chicago Historical Society. George Washington is presiding at a meeting of Constitution framers, Benjamin Franklin being at the lower right and James Madison at the lower left. Alexander Hamilton is speaking.
THE KIWANIS MAGAZINE is published monthly by Kiwanis International, a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Illinois, representing all Kiwanis clubs in more than 1899 cities in the United States and Canada. Entered as second-class matter September 3, 1926, at the Post Office at Chicago, Illinois, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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