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David McCraney and his grandfather, Cyrus Falls.
Had 16th Birthday Oct. 7
Born On Battle Day
David McCraney’s 16th birth-
day Tuesday was a big celebra-
It fell on Oct. 7th, the
Bicentennial of the Battle of
Since ‘the day of his birth,
David’s family has been plann-
ing to return to Kings Mountain
from Dunedin, Fla. for the
David’s mother recalled that
on the day of David’s birth, a
longtime friend, Dot Harrill, also
formerly of Kings Mountain,
was giving birth to her daughter
and both reminisced of other
celebrations in town and Mrs.
Harrill reminded Mrs. Mec-
Craney of the anniversary.
Mrs. A.P. Falls, David’s great-
grandmother, always kept the
family informed on city celebra-
tions and of the Centennial of
David’s family entertained
him at a big fish fry Monday at §
p.m. at El Bethel Methodist
Church and the menu was
seafood from Florida.
Living on the Gulf of Mexico,
David’s favorite pasttime is cast
netting for mullet. The family
also gathers scallops, blue and
gold crab, oysters and shrimp.
Next weekend David is going to
Key West for three-days1o do.
some deep sea fishing.
David has numerous hobbies.
He got his first motorcycle when
he was eight years old and now
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rides a trail bike. He plays chess
with chess clubs in Dunedin and
Clearwater. And he’s also an
avid Tampa Bay Buc football
Music plays a big part in
David’s life. He belongs to three
choirs and a handbell choir at his
church. The Handbell Choir
spent two weeks this past sum-
mer touring and performing in
six states. At school Chorus, he
is also a member of a special 12
David received a 12 year
perfect attendance pin recently
and he is trying to break his
Grandfather Falls record of 67
years of perfect attendance. He
received the Dunedin Kiwanis
Club Spiritual Life Award
recently “in recognition of
dedication to God and for
outstanding contribution to the
spiritual life and welfare of this
community.” He is serving on
the Administrative Board and on
the Ministerial Council of
Dunedin Methodist Church.
Singles are invited to attend
Oct. 10th and Oct. 24th dances
sponsored by the Advantage
Club at Belmont Moose Lodge
in Belmont. Music will be. by
“Stateline Band” and admission
is $3.50 per person. Dancing is
from 9 until 1 a.m. The kitchen
will be open for serving of
seafood from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
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American Indian Festival
To Be Held At Museum
During the weekend of Oc-
tober 11 and 12, the Schiele
Museum of Natural History in
Gastonia will host a North
American Indian Festival on the
Museum grounds at the Pioneer
Site. The Festival will be open
from 10 to 6 p.m. each day. The
Museum will be open both days
from 16 p.m.
The public is invited to the full
two days of dancing, crafts,
traders, movies, crafts and
Competitive dancing will
begin each day at 2 p.m. The
competition includes open
dance, fancy and old style, hoop
dance and group dance exhibi-
Chief Red Dawn, a Santee
Sioux and special guest of the
Museum for this festival, will
present the program “Legend In-
to History,” Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Admission to the program is
The Continuing Education
Department of Cleveland Tech
announces Cake Decorating to
begin Thursday, Oct. 9, from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Burns High
School. Dianne Jamison will in-
Adults, 18 and older, may
register at the first class meeting
by paing the $5.00 registration
fee. Adults, age 65 and over,
may register free.
If further information is need-
ed, call Tech at 482-8351.
REV. THOMAS BROWN
Rev. Thomas Brown, of
Dillon, S.C., will be evangelist
for revival services Oct. 13-19 at
Macedonia Baptist Church on
Services will be at 7 p.m.
nightly and a nursery will be pro-
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. Essie Far-
ris wish to express their heartfelt
appreciation to the many friends
and neighbors for their kind ex-
pressions of sympathy at the
death of our loved one.
$1.00 per person, children in-
Museum Director Alan Stout,
Steve Watts, and Ed DeTorres
will be adopted into the Con-
federation of Adopted Indians.
Chief Red Dawn will conduct an
Indian Naming Ceremony at the
In addition to this honor, Alan
Stout, Director of Schiele
Museum, will be the recipient of
the Catlin Peace Pipe Award.
This award is given by American
Indians nationwide to outstan-
ding people in their efforts to
promote Native American
culture and the heritage of the
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