Dalrymple Leads On All-Southern AP Football Team *\o North Carolina riavers On Fir*l And Second Elevens. Two On Third. Atiauta, Ga. Dec. 4.—Jerry Dflh - ryii’pie. Tula lie's great Vnd. police tlir heaviest vote anioni* players notnina'ed for the sixty annual all Soti.iiern conference football tean^ selected for the Associated Press by sports writers and coaches. He was the unanimous choice Dalyrymple was named on the first ■ J1'ln by each of the 90 experts from 11 Southern states who participated in tiie balloting. It was the first time any player had received n W&i'';et first team vote. Bobby Uucici, Trimeter's quarter last vein 1 as homed by every critic in 1930, but drew some • second team selec tion). DalyrympL. a fly® loot 10 mch 170 pound senior end captain 01 rulanc's unbeaten team ranks with best Southern wingmen of ali time. He had few weaknesses, lie vas a pass receiver, a vicious ''and •urc tackier, was quick to go down tni r punts or kickoffs and was an < Ttcsllem defensive player. Hi ab. y to sense the direction o JiltTs enabled him to participate-in tac' Irs all ever the field. In addition to Dalyrymple. Tu 'au:. the Southern edhfererjc ehyiipicn. landed two other sun - cn i.ie first teem. Den Zimmerman a to; lfback, and John Scalkio, c Sue., ih T use .tee. runner-up to Tulan' ’•n t i? Sou h, also placed three men on .he all-star eleven, while Gc.it t a and Vanderbilt had two eatl ami Alabama one. Picturing two votes ior every f team selection and one for second team choice, Zimmerman and Mc Ever were close behind Dlyrympl? tn the number of votes received Zimmerman had 172 out of a pos sible 180 votes and McEver had 108. Vernon Smith, of Georgia, was named as an end on most teams and his selection marked the third successive year he has been so hon ored. He drew 171 votes. Herman Hickman, Tennessee's guard, with 126 votes received more nomina tions than any other lineman. The team as a whole averages 185 pounds in weight and stands five feet nine inches. The average; age is 21. The first team: Jerry Dalyrymple Tulane, and Vernon Smith, Geor gia. ends; Charles Leyendeckef, Vanderbilt, and Ray Saunder; Tennessee, tackles; Herman Hick man* Tennessee, and John Scafide. Tulane, guards; Clarence Graccy. Vanderbilt, center; Austin Downes, Georgia, quarterback; Gene Mc Ever, Tennessee, and Don Zimmer man, Tulane, halfbacks; and John Cain, Alabama, fullback. The second team: Haynes, Tu lane, and Ben Smith, Alabama, ends; Patton, Sewanec, and Wright, Kentucky, tackles; Maddox and Leathers, Georgia, guards; Lodri kues, Tulane. center; Dawson, Tu lane, quarterback: Kelly, Kentucky, and Hitchcock, Auburn, halfbacks and Felts, Tulane, fullback. The .third team: Dcrryberrv, Tennessee and Peas®, Mary, ends; Torrance, L. S. U., and Cobb, North Carolina State, tackles; Fysal, North Carolina, and Kra jqvie, Maryland, guards; Adkins, Duke, center; Henderson, Vander bilt, quarterback; Mott, Georgia and Roberts, Vanderbilt, halfbacks: Roberts, Georgia, fullback. Honorable mention: Centers: Sharpe, Alabama; Reiss, Virginia; Noblett, Georgia Tech; Brown, V. P. I.; Seale. Kentucky, Ford ham, Clemson, Gilbreath, North Carolina; Espey, North Carolina State. * » Guards: Godfrey, Alabama; Hug hey. South Carolina; Mayer, Ten nessee; Beasley, Vanderbilt; Bush Auburn; Franklin, Tennessee; Trapp, Mississippi; Bryant, Vir ginia; Forsythe, Florida; Werner, Duke: Tilson. Washington and Lee; Hite, V. P. I. Tackles: Upton, Tulane; Rose, Georgia; Stark, V. P. I.; DeColigny, Tulane; Armstrong. Vanderbilt; Jenkins, Florida; Bailey, Washing ton and Lee: Aitken, Tennessee Andrews, Kentucky: Adair, South Carolina; Carliss, Maryland; Hod ges, North Carolina; Khoury, Louis iana St£te; Jenkins, Florida; Kay lor, V. M. I* Ends: Parnell, Florida; Hyatt, Duke; Hall, Florida; Arial, Auburn; Reyburn, Tennessee; Grant, Au burn; Gill, V. M. I.; Kelly, Geor gia: Page, Miss. Aggies; Brown, North Carolina; Laval, South Car olina: Condon, Virginia. Quarterbacks: Brackett, Tennes see; Branch, North Carolina; Burke, Mississippi; Wood, Maryland; Smith V M. I. Halfbacks: Slusser, North Caro lina: Thomas, Virginia; Feathers. Tennessee; Chalmers. Maryland; Mattox, Washington and Lee; Key, Georgia; Payne, Tulane; Gee, Sew anee; Herrington, Mississippi A. & M.: Clary. South Carolina; Bar ron, Georgia Tech; Rogero. Flor ida; Mixon, L. S. U.; Casey, V. P. I. Fullbacks: Smith, Louisiana State; Brewer, Duke; Waite, V. M. I: Pop •pleman, Maryland. Grid Fans To Witness Charity Go Some To See Big Fire All-star* Other* To Charlotte And Hickory. A number of Shelby and a Cleveland county football fan* * will get one more taste of their favorite sport tomorrow, Sat urday, and in doing so make a contribution to charity. Some will go to Durham for the j clash between the All-Star teams j of the Big Five, in which an cle | ven from the Carolina and Duke i teams—"Dullna"—will play an el? ■ ven from the State, Wake Forest ! and Davidson teams—''The Demon \ Wolf cats." Due to the long driving ; distance and the weather there v,li j not be a Shelby fan in Durham for | every one of the 120 tickets sent | here for sale. Shelby Bov May*. Those taking in the two other contests will get to see a Shelby or county youth in action at each, game. At Hickory, in a game which quite a number from Shelby will ice. the fresh teams of David son and Carolina meet. Ralph Gardner, son of Governor and A.'r\ Gardner. Is cantain of the Carolina yearlings and will play center. Davidson has the best record, bnt the outcome is con ; idcred a toss-up. A; Charlotte, another close-by charity contest, the star elevens ot the LUtle Six, Appalachian and Cr.ta-.vba, will meet. Catawba is etrchccl by Uncle Charlie Moran, he rnan who put little Centre col and Bo McMillan on the map r.nd who umpires in the ma.1or lea gues during the summer. Appala chian is coached by Johnnie John ston, former Wake back. Playing at fullback for Appalachian will be Bonnie Lee Walker, husky upper Cleveland boy, who was picked as fullback on the mythical all-star eleven of the Little Six. His friends in the up-county section will go down to ree him in action along with other grid fans who predict that it will be one of the closest and hard-fought contests seen this yeai in TarheeKa. Charity Game Dec. 5 To Be At Hickory <Special to The Star.,' Hickory. Dec. 4.—North Carolina and Davidson football rivalry will reign supreme -again when the freshmen teams of both institutions clash in Hickory Saturday aftcr | noon, December 5, in a charity football game. The contest will be staged at Lenoir-Rhyne college field. In order- to swell the big charity fund drive. arrangements were completed last week-end for the two frosli teams to meet here In a game that is expected to be as thrilling as any played during the regular gridiron season. During the present campaign the Carolina varsity gained a 20 to 0] triumph over' Davidson and the I frosh will be given a chance to gain revenge for the setback. Both teams arc going through hard scrimmages this week in preparation for the baitle that will mean more to them than*just playing for charity’s sake Officials selected for the game are R. \V. Gurley, of State college, coach at Lenolr-Rhyne; Pat Shores, Maryville college, coach at! Hickory high school; and H. J Hatcher, of Duke university, now located at Morganton. Tickets for the game will br,. sold at a general admission of one dol !e.r. and an enormous crowd is ex pected to be cn hand for the game that is scheduled to start at twr o'clock Saturday afternoon. Capers Of Grover In Win Over Bel wood Grover. Dec. 3.—Grover high boys ran through the Belwood boys Dy. the county of 19 to 10. Neal, Bla dock. Crisp ran up six points each for the locals while "Shank" ran up eight points for the visitors. The following are the line ups with points scored by each player: Belwood (10)1--.— Grover (19) Peeler, If___ Neal (6) Propes rf ..- Blalock (6) Willis c (81 _ (c) Crisp (61 Dellinger (c) lg Cook (1) Cook, rg (2) ... Roark | Referee: Bird. Victory For Grover Over Kings Mountain (By E^R. GAMBLE) Kings Mtn., Dec. 3.—In a double header basketball game played at the high school gymnasium Wed nesday night the reserves of the Kings Mountain Athletic club lost to the Grover town team by the score of 20 to 10, while the regulars was victorious over Lincolnton bv the score of 22 to 15. For the visiting team Gdotlecor; star forward, scored 9 of his team'" 15 points. Fallston Teams Play Shelby In Tin Can Tonight The basketball season makes Its debat In Shelby to night in a doable header be tween the boys and girls teams of the Fallston and Shelby high schools. The two contest*, with the game betwen the girls coming first, will be played in the “tin can” at the Shelbv ath letic field. It will be the first game for the Shelby cagers. both boys and girls, but the Falltson outfits have already seen ac tion this year. Belwood News Of Current .Week Two Births Announced. Several People Move. Christian En deavor Elects Officers. 'Special to The Star.' Bel wood. Dec. 3.—Born recently I to Mr. and Mrs. Odus Norman a } son. Mr. B P. Peeler had the misfor tune of getting his hand badly cut ; in the gin last week. He is tmprov j ing nicely. Mrs. Annie Waters and children Misses Lillie and Neta and Mr. Ray of Newberry, S. C., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Dayberry and family have moved near Lawndale Miss Pearl Gantt has returned home with her sister Mr. and M_s. Eugftie Joyner of Morganton, She was accompanied home by little Miss Laura Ann Joyner who will spend some time with her grand mother. Mrs. Craig Harrelson of Chcrry ville spent Thursday afternoon with her sister Mrs. Ellie White. Tlie community welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fortenberry and family of near Casar to, their midst. Mr. and Mrs. A O. Goodman of [ Raleigh spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. T, Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family have moved to their new home near Vale. Mr. B. C. Turner of Gaffney, S. C.. spent the past week at nis home. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Young spent several days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Clemor Young of Ra leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Willis end children of Lineolntcn spent the ■week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Willis. Mrs. M. L. Willis arrd children of near Lincolnton spent Thursday afternoon with her mother Mrs. S L. Gantt. INjjs. W. W. Richard and children were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sain Thursday. . Our Christian Endeavor society is progressing nicely. New officers have been elected. President Flora Ives, vie* president Mayo Gantt, secretary, Craig Grigg; chorister, Woodrow Davis; chaplain, Hazel Richards; program committee, Tula Ivester, Mae Willis. The service is every Sunday evening at 6:30. Knob Creek Sunday school is progressing nicely under our sup erintendent. Mr. Quincy Hartman. Rev. Shelton, our new minister, de livered a fine sermon on the last fourth Sunday, his text was 'He Did It With All His Heart.” Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sain and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Forten berry. Messrs C. T. Goodman and Zero Couch are on the sick list, but are improving nicely, Mr, and Mrs. Worth Canipe and son, Mr. Arnold, of Wadesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline -and chil dren of Lawndale were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bingham and mother Mrs. Alice Bingham. Miss Alma and Mr. Hzria Bingham of Fallston, spent Sunday ' afternoon' with Mr. and Mrs. Will Willis Mrs. Jasper Childress, Nannie Lou Goodman. Mrs. Annie Waters and children spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Amos I edford of the De light community. Miss Dora Willis delivered a fine sermon at Normans Grove church on Sunday morning. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Warlick of Lawndale on November 26 a boy. Mrs. Warlick before mar riage was Miss Hartman of this place. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Peeler and children visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. a. Lackey of Fallston Sunday. •Mr. Moore is able to resume his teaching at Belwood school .after being absent for several weeks. He underwent an operation for appen dicitis at Morganton. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Peeler and children and Mesdames Hugh Hoyle, Frank Stamey and Ralph Hull and children spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr and Mrs. Bill Boggs ot ' Olin. i Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rlcliards hurt j us their week end guests Mrs. Will ; Leonhardt and son of Tennessee, and Mr. Belve Leonhardt and chil dren of Union. S. C. Master B. P. Peeler Jr. si>ent Sunday with his cousin Master C, E. Royster of Flay, i Mr and Mrs. S. A. Peeler and children and Mrs. J, A Feeler spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boggs of Olln, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Porter and j children were the suppeT guests of ] Mr and Mrs. Lawson MeStvaln of I near Blacksburg, S. C Sunday. Mrs. B. P. Peeler and daughters Misses Ellen and Coy Male visited | Mrs. Esper Royster of Flay Monday j afternoon Mrs. Ellie White and children | have moved to their new home near : Casar. Mrs. T Buff of the Pleasant Hill! j community la spending several davs I with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C ’ O Richards. Mrs. Jasper Childress. Miss Nan- j nie Lou Goodman and Mrs Annir! Waters and children .‘pent Friday j WMi Mr and Mrs. Plato Gantt of | Vale. Nations of southeastern Europe near economic and financial chaos Southwestern states heartened by spurt of oil to 85 cents. Meta I Eater In order lo keep his lower esophagus open, therrhy preventing his starv ing to death, Earl I.anford, of Char lotte, N. C., Is obliged to swallow a heavy metal ball each day. He I* shown in this close up going through the morning process of swallowing the ball. Note the string by which he removes the “metal meal” from his stomach at the end of the day. Penders THE BETTER CHAIN — 2 STORES — N. 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RED KIDNEY BEANS — Pound SMALL LIMA BEANS — Pound LARGE LIMA BEANS — Pound Sc 5° 7V2C 7*/*c 10c RICE - Good Quality - 6 puonds KEROSENE^ Gallon . lie GIVE FURNITURE for CHRISTMAS IN FliRNITFRE IS V GIFT THAT KEEPS UN GIVING Ju\ \\|) (OMKOItT THE HOME THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE DAYS TO THE YEAR SOMETHING THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL APPREH\TF \ND EnTo Y CHRIFSTMA^iIFTSTHE H°ME 18 KEALLY THK M0ST *’RA( TK'AL OF ALI LIVING ROOM SUITES We have never had a prettier selection of Living It o o m Suites, in Jacquard V'eloui and Mohair. Here you will find a pattern that will har monize perfectly with your other furnishings Priced as low as $49.5° BEDROOM OUTFITS As pictured at the left: 4 poster bed, Hollywood Vanity and Chest of Drawers, finish ed in Walnut and Mahogany. Priced for Christmas as low as »52-s° DRESS UP YOUR DINING ROOM Por the Christmas Feast Get one of these handsome Dining Room Suites, finished in Walnut; consisting of Ta ble, Buffet, China, Server and Six Chairs. Assorted uphols tery. Marked for the holidays to sell for as little as $98.50 SUGGESTIONS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY ... NOVELTIES Secretary Desk Living Room Tables Floor Lamps Boudoir Chairs Smokers > Console Sets Pictures Occasional Chairs End Tables Magazine Racks Cedar Chests I— SANTA CLAUS LEFT US AN ASSORTMENT OF TOYS Automobiles Wagon# Tricycle* Scooter# Rocker# Baby Walkers Make Your Selections Now . .. Lay Away Your Purchases With A Small Down Payment. . . and order to be delivered before Christmas! Kester-Groome Furniture Co. “Our Volume Of Business Enables Us To Sell For Less” Opposite First Baptist Church.Shelby, N. C. WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 7:30 UN TIL FURTHER NOTICE.