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April 4, 2012 00IdLIA R TIES OPE The Julian News 9 (760) 765 0192 We have our own private p.arking lot behind the office entrance off 'C' Street C OR N E R ,A I N & T R E E T www.ju ian-properties.com Est. 1967 P.O' Box 1000. Julian, CA 92036 Kentwood. $315,000 walking distance sq ft, gourmet southern views to build at $549,000 Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with Views of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. A great buy at $199,000 WHISPERING PINES - Lovely 2 bedroom/2bath home with vaulted pine ceilings, custom details, large gardens, studio building and pretty views of Volcan Mountain. A great home for retirement or for an artist to utilize the extra studio and gardens. Offered at $325,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a View of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. PRICED AT $279,000 ESPECIALLY NICE! 7.41 Acres: 3-Bedroom home with a massive rock fireplace & wrap-around deck, meadows, a couple hundred apple trees (room for more), great views, mature trees, & seasonal pond. PRICED RIGHT AT $475,000 NEW wooded details. 3 large center front yard, dc was ,ITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 in Pine Hills. Much attention to COZY CABIN IN THE TREES in Pine Hills on a 3 baths, dream kitchen, with nicely wooded lot. Owner will consider carrying and Granite counter tops, large for a qualified buyer with substantial down pay- attached garage and views! ment. The adjoining lot also available for sale. To $640 PRICED AT $149,000 SIXTEEN ACRE JULIAN RANCH - MEADOWS, TREES, VIEWS This ranch is located in a very desirable area of Julian - with easy access off a paved road with choice 16 acres - some quite level and some sloping, with fencing and cross-fencing. The farm house has been upgraded and remodeled. There is a separate guest cottage, a barn/workshop, outbuildings, mature oaks, cedars, and four large English Walnut trees in the front yard. This ranch has been in the same family for many years. PRICED AT $540,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Student Moving Home CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and pines, views, underground power and phone, paved roads, gated community. PRICED AT $174,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net AVAILABLE LAND 2.2 Level Acres. All usable land, well water storage tank electricity and gorgeous views. Easy to build on: $139,000 Desert Views from this One Acre, $22,000 Kentwood - .62 Acre big views.S49,000 Nice Site - .62 Acre, has septic layout, views, trees. Priced at $75,000 Cuyamaca: 4.32 Acres, great views, has septic layout $125,000 Harrison Park: 5 Acres, well electricity. septic in, views. $165,000 Pine Hills: 1.28 Acres, septic layout, trees, views. $159,000 Julian Estates: 4.7 Acres, has a well and fantastic views. $179,000 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com 2012 Eagle Baseball Team Shares In The History story and photo by Ed Huffman - Julian Historical Society continued from page 7 truck, especially for long moves Trucks are taller, wider and heavier than standard consumer vehicles. Drive more slowly and take extra precautions. Park in well-lit areas and padlock the rear door. Penske offers 24/7 emergency roadside assistance and optional protection plans. It's wise to accessorize. 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Last week the mountain weather of Julian cooperated with the Julian Historical Society and the Julian Pioneer Museum as we combined to gather the Julian High School Baseball Team of 2012 and community supporters to recreate a commemorative photo in celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the 1912 Julian Baseball Team. The two day session saw traces of snow left over from the late winter storms, but the two days were exceptionally bright and sunny. A big thank you goes out to all of the persons and organizations that made these two days possible; the Julian High School, the Julian News, the Julian Pioneer Museum, the Julian Historical Society, the local residents that came by with their support and of course the Julian High School Baseball Team of 2012. The first day session was on a practice day for the team and we gathered on the high school baseball field to capture the commemorative photo for preservation and comparison to the 1912 baseball team photo found in the archives of the Julian Pioneer Museum. The coordinated effort by the team and local supporters all came together with the photographing and video-ing of the team in the right field area of the baseball field with a portion of Volcan Mountain in the background. The supporters, pictured on the Mack Motor Stage, seated from left to right and front to rear in the seat are: fourth seat; Mike Tellam, Bill Benson, John Tellam, Bob Redding, third seat; Warren Hildreth, Emily Hoskings Smith, Jennie Hoskings Songer, Steve Tellam, second seat; Betty Zerbe, Eileen Redding Tellam, Jane Bailey, Richard Bailey, front seat; Jim Porter, Robbie Porter, David Lewis, Rudy Rikansrud and driver Bob Beer. The players gathered in front of the stage are from left to right; Parker Jenson, George Keane, Darren Duffy, Michael Dornon, Tyler Crouch, Matt Watson, Wettim Linton, Brian Johnson, Clint Southcott & Josh Ernst. Kneeling in front of the team are from left'to right; Assistant Coach Joe Ernst, Head Coach Erik Pederson and Athletic Director Tim White. Two of the players were out sick on the day of the still photo and they are Justin Flores and Josh Savage. The Tellam's and Hoskings' are descendants of players from the 1912 team. The other supporters are representatives of the Julian School District, Julian Pioneer Families, the Julian Pioneer Museum and the Julian Historical Society. At the end of the photography on the first day, the team went on to practice and the supporters went on their way to finish tile day. The second day session was a fun time for the team as they were driven on the field in the 1912 Mack Motor Stage for a lap around the field and disembarking behind third base just prior to the afternoon home game with Calvary Christian Academy of San Diego. This was the wrap up of a very plea'sant two day session with the team. The captured photography and video will be processed at the Julian Historical Society and eventually a poster and video will be made to preserve the event. The rich tradition of baseball in Julian is still alive and well. The young players on the 2012 Julian High School Team have probably never thought of it but they are the town ambassadors in their travels to play in the other cities of San Diego County, even as far as Yuma, Arizona. I must say that I was impressed with the politeness and respect shown by these young ambassadors during this two day session. They were attentive, enthusiastic and fully cooperative when it was time to take their places for photographing and riding on the motor stage. I heard more "Thank you sir's" than I could count. If this is an example of our youth in Julian, we are all in good hands for the future and they are wonderful ambassadors for our town. For the record: Tle Julian Eagles baseball .team scored 18 runs and limited the visiting Calvary Christian Academy Royal Knights to 0 in the Eagles non- league victory on Wednesday. Darren Duffy Winning Pitcher. '  .... I' .....  11 ' ] ': r i I:il I'  I  FIIFI) Fil 'I Iil:}IIIiIiiI I [[[ I[!i [ ]'i I Ill' IFII'P] llilll h'[" ''l'III Ill II I'I: 11'i  I II I lllFl rII II IIII ' ! l IIlII',' ' "lriII Ill I:",IIl,I' II,IiIiIIiIIllIIIIIIIiII"