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q-he Adams County Record Wednesday, September 19, 2012 Page 3 Obituaw a L V June 13, 1920 -- September 5, 2t 1 2 Vernon "Bud" LaFay, 92, of New Meadows, passed away Sept. 5, 2012 at a care center in Weiser, Idaho. Bud was born June 13, 1920 on his parent's sheep ranch at the north end of Meadows Valley. His father had been a barber in Meadows before moving and due to the end of the War and no market for their wool, the family was forced to leave the ranch and move back, this time, to the newly formed town of New Meadows, which recently celebrated its 100th Birthday. There his father opened a barbershop and started the family business. Bud was one of four boys born to Clarence and Fannie LaFay. Lamoine and Milton were born in 1910 and 1913 in the See VERNON P LAFAY, page 12 Obituary Curtis Eugene Blake, Sr., age 74 of Council, Idaho, died peacefully in his favorite chair at home on the evening of September 13, 2012. Curtis is survived by a loving brother, George Blake and wife Darlene of California. Curtis has a sister and 2 children that have been estranged for years; their whereabouts and names are unknown. His adopted family include Earnie and Janet Terry of Council; 3 grandchildren -- Michael Terry and family, Janet Shankel and family and Tina Terry and family. Curtis has 12 great grandchildren and 1 great, great grandchild. Curtis has many friends throughout the shooting community that he loved to spend time with. Shooting, reloading, hunting and fishing were his main passions. He loved camping and all family- related activities. Curtis was a loving, giving man of many talents - a veteran of both Army and Navy who loved his country. He lived a very full life and will be missed by many. We love you Curtis! At Curtis' request, there will be no memorial service. His ashes will be scattered at a family gathering to be determined at a later date. ................... Mann Creek Country Store & Care Mon, Tues, Wed 7am to 8pm Thurs 7am to 9pm Fri & Sat 7am to 10:30pm Sun 7am to 7pm 1498 Hwy 95 Weiser 549-2153 Eo Lx Open Mon - Sat ! I am to 9pm Closed Tuesdays Sunday" 1 2pm to 9pm 406 Illinois Ave, Council ]BUCKY'g & 5-Star or A Hot Dog Stand " r Advemse you for just *$10 a week pricing requires minimum 8 week commitment -- ad design included, ads will be printed in color at Our discretion.