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riot two of Ojsceol* and Blythevllte. . The wedding was solemnized at Oruth- ersville, Mo., Christmas Eve, with the Rev. C. C. Barnhart, pastor ot the First Methodist church, performing the ceremony. The bride wore a formal.frock BLITHE VmJL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 933 Outstanding Among Leaders of 1933 Bars Elopement Memphis for a visit SleoJe-Cooter Society — Personal announced the marriage of their Haatui who formerly lived here. daughter, lone, to Mr I Fred L. Gore, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Black, went to Vicksburg louaj lev days May with Dr. nnd Mis. liere Monday foi' Mrs. Nowberry Johnson, who has been In 11 sinilUirliim at Ml. Vet- noil lor several monlltt, Is much Improved. Recording to word re- Jrom a visit In Wlwntley. Ark., Cfclved by Mr. Johnson from hei the holidays with her. her home In Memphis today; niter nuel Holly, who recently under having spent Christmas with Mr. went mi examination at plils clinic, has been advised that he has uiiKTCiilosls In liolh limes He Is entering the sanitarium ill Mr. ami Mrs. W. S. llanley, who B. Wilhelm is critically recently moved to Memphis, spending the holidays with their (Intigmcr, Mrs. Dixie Crawford nlythcville. Thdr t>on, Jack. Is vls- IIing friends here. Mrs. Leslie Davis of Little Rock, of Chinese green printed karasha crepe ciil with a long bias skirl and with cowl neck of .orange crepe. She wore bhck accessories. Her attendants , were Mrs. Enloe Buchanan . and Miss Helen Grlir.es. -Mrs. Buchanan was gowned In black satin and Miss Grimes In . Roosevelt blue rough crepe. Mr. Buchanan was Mr. Gore's best man. Mr. and Mrs. Gore nre making their home with the bride's parents for the present. She was a member ol the city high school jjratl-i;- ating class of 33. The bridegroom. who k- the;«>n of Mr., nnd Mrs. C. L. Gore of' Qsccola, hajs been connected with Hie United States Engineering corps. for the past three years.-' . ,,'£-•- '-" B. Y.: A r.' Hw \. .-.'... . r ...iTwiyjX . ' Twcnlj'jaembere.T 0 ) the "Just TMendsl'ifnjori 'off the U. .V. p. u. of tlie Bret Baptist church had n cand^ P«rty Tuesday evening as eucsts of Misses Virginia, arid Ann Tompkins at their country home al Burdette. • Games'and UK making of candv entettained the group. Nrw Year's Dance Planned Members of tho country club will have;a New Year's dance Monday evening, January First, from 0 until }. o'clock: •'-••''..' • *' * Masuns, Eastern Stars Have; Joint InsUUition Officers of. thf local chapters ot fhe^ masonic and Eastern Star order, for 1934 were Installed in a joiril|se.ryree'.l!ist-:evening nt the halU O. c. Barnes and Wilbur Wajifc past worshipful masters of the;_oMer. performed the' ceremony for the Mason's and Mrs. W A Stickmon. pisl worthy matron, and Mrs. .Charles Alford, Grand Martha of Arkansas, lastalled the Eastern Star officers. R.'E. Blaylock Is the new worshipful master of the Masonic chapter. Other officers are: Ivy W. Crawford, senior warden; Warren Wrighl, junior warden; J. W. Whitworth, senior deacon: Horace Walpole, junidB.ij warden;- Harry Weidman, senior master of ceremonies; Norman P. Moore, junior master ot ceremonies; L. A. Waters, secretary; J.' G. Barnes, treas- cmd Mrs. and Mr.s. B. G. Green nnd dniiEhler, India, of Memphis, are hoiiseeucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. b. Ill at her home on Chickasawba venue. WotxLson MOM, of SI. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Moss for several days. Miss Lunn B. Wilhelm, who was injured In a fall recently, is now much Improved. Mrs. Kenneth Morris nnd daughter, of Maiden, Mo., nre guest-n of Mr. aud Mrs. Jesse M. While. •'.Hubert Hnaga, of Memphis, Is Ihe guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and family during the holidays. .; Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy have as their houscKuests Miss Frances Ujrcy, of Camden ,Ark, nnd Miss Nell McMahan. of Memphis, who came \ip especially for the dance to be given by Mr. and Mrs.. J. A Leech tonight. urer; U. W. Mulllns, Tommy Reed, tyler. chaplain; Holland News The marriage of Miss Loltic Oeslring to Goldla Hicks was snl- emni/e<< '.Sundny afternoon nt the hanie, of the bride's brother, Raymond Gestring. Mr. Hicks, son bt ^^r. nnd Mrs. Nor nun Hicks, attended Uie local high school, where |ie wos n leader In athletics. Mrs. Hicks, the daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Fred Geslring, received her education In the Cooler schools. Tiiey will make Ihelr home with Mr. Hicks pnrcnts. * • * l>ruitl-W«ldrr>p Miss Olcata Pruilt, dnughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pruitt, who live nrar Holland, and Clcll Waldrop. son of Mrs S. Waldrop, were united in marriage Monday afternoon at Blylhevllle. The Misses Carrie Smith and Novella Nunnery and tied Stone attended the ceremony. A wedding dinner for (he young couple was given Monday evening al the home of Mr. "Waldrop's Ark., Is sixmdlnR the holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Milliard Jr., of Tulsa. Okla., and MLss Ncllc Marie Milliard of St. Louis arc spending the holidays here with their parent.'!. . . Abncr Ashcrolt escaped serious iiijury Chilstmns afternoon when his Chevrolet couix: burned near Cooler. Jo'.'n Elmer Workman, who attends a school lor the deaf at Fulton, Ky.. arrived Saturday for a week's visit with hli parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Workman. Miss Fern Lee Alexander of St. Louis Is the Kiicst of Miss Evelyn Dlggart. Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Blackwell and son Mr. and Mrs. Mend Hughes are sending the holidays with relatives at Decatiir, Ala. '• Dr. aiid Mrs. H. G. 'McDanlel nnd daughter spent Christmas' with relatives in MissKslppi.-;.'- Mr. and Mr.s. A. R,' BccXham and daughter. Miss Louise, are visiting relatives In Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Dud Tucker arrived Tuesday from Casa, Ark., to visit relatives at Cootcr. When rioroiics Desmond, English actress, above,;marries, It'll t« In tho strictly orthodox way, with clopenienta'.by.plane barred. Itumor goes Hint'Hiss Desmond and Ted Flo-Rlt«, orchestra, lender, starting a dash by plane lo the altar, became lost In a foj; and called It off, temporarily. But the report persliU that thej'll wed «oon. ," . Hayti Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. L. Sloan and mother, where their home. they will make Bihoj N Mostly Personal =• — Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fleetwood and children have returned to their home in Memphis afler spending Christmas with Mrs. Fleetvooi's lather, J. p. Allison. Mr. and Mrs. George Catchings of Georgetown.'Miss., are spending the holidays with Mr. Catchings 1 mother, Mrs. Ida Catchings, and his sister, Mrs. W. N. Williams, al their home at Annorel. Mrs. Bernice Martin, loartcr in the Armorel school, is spending the holidays irt Little Rock. Miss Bob'-.Williams is spending the Christmas vacation with her sitter, Mrs. Garvie Shsrp, and Mr. Sharp, in Cairo;-,IU. • • ' Mr. and Mrs. J^.R. Steatiman and dauzhler'ha'.T rettirneii from'Scl- 1 mer.Tcnru, where triey spent Christmas with 'Mr. steadman's mother. Mrs. Maty St^adman. ' Mr., and Mrs. D. S. Trby, ol Batesville, Miss.,-spent'Monday with Mr- and Mrs. iy. N. Williams, Bancroft vrurry has returned (to warrensburg. Mo., alier sprndini;- a few daj-s with Mrs. terry a'lid fath, er, J. H. Roney. Mrs. Terry accompanied r.im there lor a-month's stay. C. E. Criggcr attended to business m Wilson ycstcrdav yesterday. Carl Paui. of Memphis/Mr, and Mrs. Ted Mcdaris of Jackson ~enn.. O. L. Paul and Miss Fay Probst, of Muskogce, Okla., left today after having 'spent Christmas with H. Paul and family Mrs. L. A. Wallace and „ Mary Jane Lollin are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. J. F. Little was hostess at a Christinas dinner to Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Little, Mr. mid Mrs. Harold LiUle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Corcicll, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Henderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman returned Tuesday afternoon siXM'.d- ing two days with the / Matter's grandmother, Mrs. H. Wilks of Chute 16. Miss Dorotjiy O.ites. daughter of Mr. nncl Mrs. W. A. Oates. returned Monday 10 St. Louis where she attends Washington university school ol mining. L. V. Yatcs. high school English teacher, will return the latter part of the week from n vacation (rip to Memphis. New Orleans, and other points in the south. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Best and daughter. Georgia Mae, and Mr. and: Mrs. Claude Edwards and daughters. Claudine and Sylvia, were holiday guests of Mrs. Opal BUtmer of Cai» Girnrdenu. •John Oates returned Sunday to ;hb C. C. C. camp at Calico Rock. Ark., alter a visit With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dales. O. J. Deeds, high school princi- ixil, is recoveriiiB from a serious attack of influenza. !ilr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins and son. Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Russell LiUle, and Miss Eunice Reid returned Monday after a three day visit at Brownsville, Tenn. Lex Bsggctt of Nashville, Tenn., who children, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Haygood are .spending the holidays' with relatives at Arkadelphl?, Aik., Mrs. Ben Tucker and daughter, Frieda, returned Monday to tlieir home at Casn, Ark., niter a week's visit here. Mrs. Opal Hunt of Chicago Is visiting her parents at Cooler. ( Elmer Wright as called to Flint, Mich , last week by the serous II- nejis of hs daughter. Ralph Rush- ng accompanied him. Mrs. Wright and daughter returned home with them the llrst of this week. The child is much improved. Miss Ruth Wall spent last week end In Fort Smith, Ark., where she was maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Cornelia Games. Miss Rubyc Ashley is spending the holidays with Iwr parenls at Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Norlhcult relumed Wednesday from u visit with rela- Uvcs nt Savaniu'h. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer, Mrs. A. L. McBridc nnd son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ashcroft and children mid Mrs. Ben Tucker and daughter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abncr Ashcroft Sunday. Five Of America's oulit«ndin« women for 1913 pietunri here are Mrs Charles Sabm (left), Secretary'of Labor Frances Perkins . . . Charles A. Lindbergh (top), Helen Jacobs (below) and Mrs. FrantOln'& Roosevelt. Mrs. had been the howscRucst of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little, accom- New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Crook and family left Sunday for Red Banks, Miss., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrbpr. of Mnlden. Mo., arc guests ot Mrs. Barber's son. D. Garrclt, nnd family. Miss Tauline Bcardcn. of Lux- orn. is sending the week with her Kuisiii. Mrs. T. L. May. Misses Lois Hill und Alice Marshal] were in Memphis Saturday. Those who" attended the family reunion al the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Morris Singleton Christmas included Mr. and Airs. J. K. Ep-! ;>CT50ii. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Perk'.ns and ton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wheat ol niythcvilte. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Lloyd and family, of Sandy Ridge. Mr', and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins and daughter. Miss Ora I.ec. spent Miss Mudgc Drew of Kcnnett is the guest of Miss Ida Oteo McDonald. Miss Doris Lee Smith of Ben ton was the guest Monday of Charles Trainer. Sol Randolph nnd daughters Hattlc Lois and Mary and son Forrest, motored to Cape Glrmrd- cau Tuesday to attend the furiera of a relative. Wayman Miller, of St. Louis, who has been here for a week ri»- illnij Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs;-. D. W. Miller, left Wednesday for his home. Abie Gardner is In Glass, Term., visiting his aunt ana un, cle, Mr. and Mrs. John R, Foster. Ralph Pickens ot Cape Girardeau is here visiting with his.aunt and uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dawson Wells, and Miss Thelms Alexander. Mr. nnd Mrs.' Luther Williams ol St. Louis, who have been here visiting relatives and friends, returned to their home Monday. Juines Heard of Etowah, Ark., is here visiting friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Carl SLglcr and son. Carl jr.. spent Sunday and Monday in Bloomficld, Mo., visiting with relatives nnd friends. Mrs. Jim Hinton and sons, and MLss LeVerne Foster are spending the holidays In Columbus. Ga,, visiting relatives and friends. Mesdames Wade Hamra and A. II. Hamra of Caruthcrsville and Mrs. A. Fcisal of Wardell and Ben Hamra of CaruthersvUle were the guests of Mrs. Wolf Khouric Monday evening. Mrs. Frank Morgan and children and Miss Lauretta Dailey have returned home from St. Mary's Mo. where they spent Christmas with relatives of Mrs. Morgan. Uses NRA Lash On Cleaners yisnied .them to Brownsville and I Christmas with Mrs. Hawkins' bro- Mlss C. W. Eeale and son. C W ir and daughter. Mrs. Thelma Beale Shaffer, of LilUe Rock, returned home today alter -having been here because ol the illness and death of Mrs. Bealc's mother. Mrs A: C. Hall. They will probably return within a short time and Mrs Eeale remained for a longer stay. Mrs. Allan Walton has returned from Memphis where she spent Christmas with her daughter, Mrs Berry B. Brooks jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips have returned to-Pine Bluff after having come over for the funeral of Mr. Phillips' grandmother, Mrs A. C. Hall. .. Missts Pauline Hires: Nila Ho Thompson and. Jane Sevlcr went to Union City, Tenn., today tc spend the weekend. Mrs. Meadio Bellon, of New Madrid, Mo.,.Is remaining for a longer slay with A. C. Hall and .family, having come over wilh Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hummel who have returned home. . j Mr. and Mrs. M. FUeslmmotis lire spending today Ir! 'Memphis Patricia Wise, daughter of Mr. remained (here. Melvin Kifcr returned lo Ncvc- cllon. La., lasi week after a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kifer. Mr. and Mr.s. C. F. McCormick arrived Saturday from St. Louis to ivsil the former's parents, Mr. -and Mrs. Cleve McCormick. They returned home Sunday night. Mrs. Bill George and small .son, Charles William rclurncd last week from Roswcll, N. M.. where Mrs. George was called by the death of her brother, Doyle Mannins;, who was accidentally shot. Miss Nellie Lester. Is visiting relatives In Mississippi this week. (her. P. B. Jarratl, and family. The school had a program and Christmas tree Thursday afternoon. School will not be In session for a v;eek. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and family attended program at the church Sunday evening. the Christinas Luxora Baptist Ekron News Notes Driver Grove Mrs. Hazel Uigham was (he Buest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. Walters ot Half Moon Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brock had °i their guests Monday Mr. and ,:.-:s. Freeman Huny, of Lone Oak. Miss Ruth Stuhbs. of BIythevillr was the Ruest of Miss Bessie Brock Monday. Read Courier News Want Ads. A play. ''The Little Boy Nobody Wanted." was elvcn by the Ekron Sunday school Christmas eve. W. A. Mouphan. supcrinlfndcnl of the Ekron Union Sunday school, presented prizes Sunday evening, closing a contest held durins the quarter. Harriett Payne received a Bible .for perfect attendance and for learning answers to questions 1 on the life ol Jesus. Virginia! Payne. Catherine Smith nnd Mar-, ie Hargett received New Testaments. Miss WaHciir.c Austin nnd Herbert Foishc were married Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Olncy Stone arc visiting friends and relatives at Holly Springs, Miss., where they will remain for about a week. Mrs. Marjorle Jordan and son, Robert L., o! Portagevllje, Mo. 1 , visited frlenrts here Sunday. Swinging tho club-of criminal prosecution over the MtMi' cleaners ;mil dyers,. \Vllll»tn TJavl.-. above, national c director. Is ciifaseil In a blutr struggle with -shop owners compel them to Ijucsl prices u ilcr their-MIA. corte. Scores o them, at. « Washington fce.ir said .they .would-be ruined I they coir.plU-d. • I)AV!S Tlgoroasl • Inttrmrt'lhenvthit ttrey woul j* Pf«e«uttjl H they (lid not, THEIR mm. IN Made Notable Contributions to Labor, Peace, Repeal and Other Causes BY JtTUA BLANSHARD NKA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK.—The year's at an end—It's time to see just what has been accomplished by women during 1333. The total'of feminine contributions is best summed up by Individual women leaders. Therefore It seems fitting to nominate n All-American team of eleven tables who stand head and shoul- above other women because of e things they have done to our isnging civilization. But there is substitute team in the field, too, nose* members, give many of,fhe rst-team women a close run. ,Por the AU-Aincrican team first imes Eleanor Rcosevelt. WUh r.er and Anne Lindbergh, Frances crklns, Mrs. Charles H. Sabih, osc Schnelderman, Mae West, ertrude Stein. Helen Jacobs. Hutti ryan Owen, Lena Madestn Philps and Ruth Slenczynski. The seeded team includes Nel? Ross, Alice Roosevelt Long7 orth, Governor Miriam ftrgu- on. Helen Hall, Mrs. John Hay Vhitney. Dr. Mary E. Woolley, Ceelia Beaux, Doris Stephens and >r. Margaret Meed. Male Simplicity Smart The First Lady of the Land aptains the champion team be- ause she introduced realism into nation that needed it. She and Tae West have this same clement f I'.umanncss. Mrs. Roosevelt has nought back tire good old Amerian custom ol being just folks. She has made it smart to be slm- !e and unaffected. She has cham- loncd the forces that have at- emplcd to care for the unemployed, has promoted the subsistence arms, and stood behind the gov- rnment funds which were put isidc to put artists back to work She has been a progressive, eco- riomlc influence. There is Anne Lindbergh nexl . . quid, demure, unalrakl, por- raying a new type of womanhood She has a home, a baby and a fa moils husband, but she worked hard to learn radio and hall of .the actress and U acclaimed the year's leading- boxoftVe attraction. - . To Gertrude stem, who 1 wrote" Uie Autobiography of Alice B Toklas, a book that made her'.the outstanding feminine literary figure' of UM year, goes the credlt : for having promoted a love of Utera- ture and art through her 'own • keen interest in them. She has ma<ie more converts to art than Aimee Sera pie McPherson 'ha? made to religion. Queen : of Sport WorM Helen Jacobs, woman tennti champion, also voted outstanding athlete .of the year among women, is an example to both men and women because of the persistent battle that she put forth for seven years trying to wrest the championship from Helen Wills Moody. Her good sportsmanship through persistent defeat shows what tenu- ity of purpose and a quality of self- reliance can accomplish, RuUi Bryan Owen, ambassador Heiress, Actor Reported Wed success of the recent 29.000-milc air lour of the Lindberghs bclo'ngs :o her. She has lost none of he ;cmininity. .Her first thought on her baby, no Secretary of to Denmark, has the distinction ol being the fir&t woman in high diplomatic service. Her appointment reveals that women have a definite place in politics. She has been In the political field from childhood and understands it better than an 1 wbtaan in the United States. •' Lena Madesin Phillips, presi dent of the National Council o Women, was instrumental- in or janizliig Uie International Con [rcss of Women, held in Chicago ast summer, when women from 1 countries came together:to dismiss problems of civilization. .Un- ier her influence women, discussed their themes, for the first time, without a feminine slant. A Prodigy at Eleht '. The last member of the team is Ruth Slenczynsii, elght-y«ar-old pianist, who was acclaimed the outstanding musician of Uic year by New York critics, foUowuig.a recital, she raises women prodigies to the level of men-prodigies. Taking up the second- team briefly, Nellie Ross, first woman director ol the mint, is a helpful sign that added experience and maturity' make women more valuable ui politics. Alice Koosevelt long- worth, always an articulate pub : lie figure, took her place among the writers of best sellers with her autobiography this year. Governor Miriam Ftrgusoa ol Texas, reelected, is • still the -only woman governor of a state. Helen Hall who succeeded Lillian Wald as director of the famous Henry Street Settlement in New York City, scores high, in humanitarian work. Mrs John Hay Whitney, who had the best year of racing that a woman has ever experienced, stands high in the sports world. She won the Futurity prtee of $81,100 with,her anding concerned her applause. Frances Perkins. Labor, the first woman to receive a Cabinet appointmenl, is an im- jortant figure among 1933's wom- in because it is through her eflorls that all labor has been given a new dignity and power. More, credit Is due Mrs. Charles . Sabtn's Association for Prohibition Reform than any other woman's group in history. Mrs. Sabin organUcd and 'led the forces oj women-which brought about repeal. Slje demonstrated the political power that women have when they organite. She demonstrated what could be done if they should organize for ireacc. Helped Belter Labor Conditions Rose Schnciderman receives her lellcr on the learn for her work as the only member of the Labor Advisory Board ot the NRA. Her efforts as President of the Woman's Trade Union league for many years, and Iwr interest in labor, begun years ago when she was.a little capmaker in a .sweatshop, have led to the promotion of better labor conditions. Mac,.West .not. only, h*s -brought back realism but is the first American to create a vogue in clothes and manners both in America and abroad. She had an Idea of what she wanted • to do ten years ago, and clung to U, vent to Jail for It, and.finally put it over. She has Elgned one of the highest contracts ever given an actor o; ol the- mountains' of New Guinea where no white woman has ever been. Gly-Cas Did " Him More Good Than All Others Mr. Hurst Had Lost Faith In AD Medicines — Until He Tried the New Gly- Cas; Now Enjoys Good Health Again Many hundreds of Blytheville residents and people throughout this entire section are now taking Gly-Cas, the amazing com- pmations of natures purest and powerful medical properties, and It was the Sret flight in matri- mocr for Ui» Alys Walsh, «iio?o, pretty teircsa. debutante »»d aviatioa e-tbnsUet ot Lako- irbSd,'' (X, bat the (bird for Grant Withers, below, movio actftj-. .'fhen the two were re- Dorted *ccretly wed at Lodi, N. J. Withers' *rat bride was Inez WitheiB,. Bother ot hta 5-year- old .»o». He via dirorced in 1931 by Loretta Young, with whore he--eloped tb« previous ?car, wben Loretta was onljr 17. horse, Singing Wood, at Belmon track- on September 16. She von more consecutive races with more horses than any person in 1933. Under her own name, Elizabeth Alte mus, she often entered her horses o compete with tliose of her hus- »nd"s famous horse-racing fam- ly and invariably won the ribbons. Active in Peace Cause Dr. Mary E. Woolley, president of Mount Holyoke College, belongs inicng the group of famous women because- she has done-more to promote peace than any other American woman. Cecelia Beaux was awardej the gold medal given by the Chi Omega to the American .woman making.the mostiout- standlng contribution to world' culture. She Is a sculp'.or. Katharine Hepburn,' equally famous In the legitimate drama and iu the cinema, popularizes an .entirely new type of heroine. She typifies character study, not It- girl stuff. Antoviia • Brico has two [ music scores which no other woman has attained. She leads the Musicians' Symphony Orchestra. a group composed, ol 97 men and three women, apd sr.e is the first woman to have ; been given the distinction of .lefcdlng the Metropolitan Symphony - Orchestra. • Doris Stephens, IcadoroHhc lelt wing of'the American "Feminists movement, is the leader of the women's delegation which is ' now' demanding co.ua! rights.in all treaties of the Americas, at the conference being conducted' at-Montevideo. MR. F. M. HURST many are frankly saying they have never before had any . medicine to act so surprisingly upon the system. Blytheville residents by Ihe scores continue to publicly endorse Gly-Cas and praise it us :hcy have never praised anything »fore. Read what Mr. F. M. Hurst. 520 North Ninth St., Biy- thcville, well, known retired farmer who has lived here a number of years, said recently: "Gly-Cas is the only medicine T have ever taken that gives the results it is supposed to give," he said. "I had lost faith- in all medicines ljut was finally persuaded to try this new herbal remedy as EO many i>cople were praising it here. And was I surprised when it began to give me results from the very first. Why it was no time until my stomach and bowels were regulated, was freed of years of suffering from lumbago. Now I get around will) v case, stoop over and do as I liK? ^ which I could never do before. My wife got worfderful relief from Gly-Cas too, and we both join in praising Gly-Cas for the remarkable result. 1 ; it gives—even tn cases where" other remedies fail to have any effect." Gly-Cas Is sold by Kirby Bros. Drug Co.. Main at Broadway, and by all leading drug stores in sur- Mced. a famous is the youngest world to achieve Dr. Margaret anthropologist, .woman in the success-in Uiis field. She lias just cc/'mpletc'd a two-year expedition fop the? Museum of Natural History and-win-ieay« soon for her third expeditionMnto the unknown parts rounding towns. —Adv. 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