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George Curtis Phillips, 80, a resident of Trinity, went to be with our Lord and Savior on Saturday, July  20, 2013, following a brief illness. George was born February 22, 1933 inBear Creek,., a son of Charlie and Julie Phillips. He was a veteran of the . Army and was truly proud to serve his country. He was a faithful servant to God and was a long time member ofGospelBaptistChurchinArchdale,., where he served as deacon. His church family was his extended family, whom he loved very much. George enjoyed doing volunteer work for his church and cherished memories of helping people in need. George was self-employed and worked with his wife Shirley. They owned and operated Glen’s Monogram for many years. They enjoyed many new friendships with their business travels.  In addition to his parents, George was preceded in death by brothers, Leonard, Howard, Calvin, and Kelly; and sisters, Alice Gaines, Alberta Cockman, Pauline Wilson, and Geneva Lowe. On July 4th, 1953, he married Shirley Harris, who survives, of the home. Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, Danny C. Phillips and wife Kathy of Trinity, Dennis Phillips of Greensboro;  a daughter, Sherry Malone and Keith of Trinity; grandchildren include Brian Phillips of Jamestown, Lori Holt of Archdale, Jennifer Newkirk of Kernersville, Shane Malone of Tennessee, Brantley Malone of Trinity; Also five great grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, and nine step-great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1 . Wednesday atGospelBaptistChurchin Archdale, with Pastor Tim White and Pastor Frank Gribble officiating. Interment followed in theFloralGardenParkCemetery. Visitation was held Tuesday At Cumby Family Funeral Service in Archdale from 6 until 8 . Memorials may be directed to: Hospice of thePiedmont,1801 Westchester Drive,High Point,, or the charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences may be made at  . com . Arrangements by Cumby Family Funeral Service of Archdale.

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Hallettsville New Era: John Macha, Sr., one of the old-time and solid Bohemian resident of this county, died at his home near Kinkler Tuesday at 6 ., after an illness of locked bowels. The funeral was largely attended by a host of friends and relatives, in the cemetery at Vsetin, Rev. Motycka officiating.

Mr. Macha was aged 79 years, was a native of Bohemia, Austria, but had resided in this county some thirty years.

Black Nasty was later renamed The ADC Band, and the group resurfaced in 1978 with the R&B smash "Long Stroke" written by Michael Moneystone Judkins who greatly influenced the success of the ADC Band with help in writing from Audrey Matthews. Encouraged by their success, Matthews revived Northern Recording Company around this time, with the ADC Band supplying the musical backing on the disco-inspired tune "It's Good", which was later re-issued on the Cotillion label for national distribution. After one final Northern effort, 1980's "I Can Feel It," she closed the label for good, effectively ending her recording career. [15]

Rev. Morgan was born March 29, 1933 in the rural town of Mudella, Florida where he ran barefooted and tow-headed under the moss-draped oaks until the family moved to DeQuincy when he was eleven years old. There, he earned money delivering for the newspaper and the drugstore and, in his spare time, pranking friends and blowing up flagpoles. After his mother, Beatrice Morgan (McDougald), passed away when he was 13, he ran away to Florida and at age 17 joined the Navy. He tried to be a frogman, but the Pacific Ocean was too cold for a Florida boy. His father, William C. Morgan, passed away after he left the Navy, and Walter served in the Air Force Reserves before settling in Beauregard Parish, where he and Lou Wilda raised Trina and Denise on a quarter section of piney woods land that was white dust in summer and black mud in winter, heating with a pine knot fire and cooling with an oscillating fan, while he worked as a union electrician. The family traveled to the Northwest in the 1970’s to do church work, and established the Apostolic United Pentecostal Church in Chanute, Kansas in 1980, Nathan and Harlan following him step by step.


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