So what? Who listened to a station because of its owner? Well:
James Albert Noe, Sr. (December 21, 1890 – October 18, 1976) of Monroe served for three and a half months as the 43rd Governor of Louisiana after the death of Oscar K. Allen on January 28, 1936.
Somehow that seems insufficient to justify the ad. He ran again on a populist Long ticket, lost, went into business, and gradually became disaffected from the Democratic party, and gave editorials on the subject on his station.
It was always handy to have a radio station for such things.