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May 23, 2012 Ib IIlll Accepted Here :Bl17 :Main Btteet USDA Choice Beef, Organic Produce, Gluten free/Organic Products Hand Made Sausages NOW At The Meat Counter Fresh Dell Sandwiches Mondsy -- Baturdsy 9 am - 6 pm 8nay 9 am - 5 pm 760 766 8200 Dry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday - Phone in Your Meat and Dell Orders - No Waiting ,I, Shaderick Michael Holliday August 9, 1941 - May 17, 2012 On the morning of 17th May 2012 Shaderick "DOC '' Michael Holliday has went on to be with the Lord at his residence of approximately 17 years in Pryor, Oklahoma. Shaderick Michael Holliday worked for CDF (California Department Forestry) for 6 years as an engineer in Palm Desert, California. He then served 30 years as a California Highway Patrol stationed in Julian, California. Shaderick was a well known, trusting honorable man that helped the community in Julian. A man of God, an admirable leader to many, a man to help others in need. He was noble, compassionate, vivacious, loved his family, and was a morally upright man. He had a love for animals, outdoors,and had a great since of humor. He is survived by his wife Jackie Rae Weese Holliday, son Troy Clinton Holliday, and wife Lori Holliday of Ramona, California, son Michael Steen Holliday of Pryor, Oklahoma, daughter Andrea Lynn Holliday of Pryor, Oklahoma, daughter Cheryl Rae Holliday True, and husband Tommy Ray True of Pryor, Oklahoma. He is also survived by 7 grandchildren, Nichole Holliday, Natasha Holliday, Haley True, Aaron True, Abby True, Bryce Holliday, Ashley Holliday. One Sister Margaret Joal Holliday, and brother Richard Holliday. He is proceded in death by father Shaderick Michael Holliday, and Rema mae Cross, one son Shaun Michael Holliday, and one grandaughter Carissa Natalie Holliday. Services are not confirmed for Shaderick Michael Holliday right now so if you'd like to know, go to face book "Shaderick Michael Holliday" and we will post when services are, available Condolences can be sent to: Holliday Family, 2706 N. 434, Pryor, Oklahoma 74361 My motto was always to keep swinging. Whether I was in a slump or feeling badly or having trouble off the field, the only thing to do was keep swinging. -- Hank Aaron In Memory Of Patricia Altermatt Patricia Jones Myers Altermatt, resident of Julian since 1976 passed away on April 25,2012. She was 76 years old. Patricia was born and raised in San Diego. She was a graduate of Grossmont High School in 1954. She married Jerry Myers of Alpine and quickly became an army wife and doting mother to their children David and Janice. Patty devoted her life to her family and friends. If you were fortunate enough to be in Patty's circle you were touched by her sense of humor and her kind, loving gracious heart. Patty always had a hand to hold, an ear to listen and a heart to trust. The next chapter in Patty's life started in 1976 when she moved to Julian and married Robert AItermatt. Pat and Bob worked side by side on Main Street. Bob a realtor and Pat a shopkeeper. Patty owned and operated Julian's first ladies clothing boutique the Julian Clothes Mine. Patty always had a keen sense of style and a flair for fashion and beauty. She used this talent and warm enthusiasm to co-found and sponsor the ladies fashion show with the Community United Methodist Church in Julian. The fashion show still held annually in Julian continues to bring grace and beauty to our community while helping our Methodist Church reach out to those in need in the mission field. Patricia suffered a massive stroke at the age of 47. In spite of her disabilities she continued to inspire. Patty had a warm spirit, an angel on earth. She enjoyed her beautiful community, the birds and wildlife, trees and flowers, the night skies filled with stars and dreams. Patty was a woman of few words, but her smile and the twinkle in her eyes spoke volumes. Patty loved her family and friends and her dogs. She loved her country, America the Beautiful. But mostly she loved her friend, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Patricia is survived by her two children David Myers of Bonita and Janice Myers Jack of Julian. She had three grandchildren Justin Jack of Julian and Joshua and Daniel Myers of Bonita. We love you Mimi. Shine on angel! The Julian News 3 Julian Elementary School's COMPANy1 Ethan ,,isara Rewarded TIEE By County Water Authority On May 5th, Ethan Elisara attended an event at Sea World honoring the/innersofthe"BeSmart"WaterConservation Contest sponsored ocaf 00erience Since 1988 by the San Diego County Water Authority. For his essay and drawing focused on the rainwater system at Julian Elementary, Ethan placed first in the sixth grade category. Ethan receiving his award from Celeste Pack of the San Diego County Water Authority Julian Woman's Club Heritage Quilt Show 2012 June 22nd - July 4th Our 2012 Opportunity Quilt, a teaser close-up[ Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5, available at the show or contact Merry Jo Rembold, 760-765-2818. Did you know? During the show we get an overwhelming amount of inquiries regarding if any quilts are for sale. This comes from both local residents as well as visitors. Because of the amount of inquiries, we started an annual "Quilt Store" last year along with our usual "Country Store." The Country Store has many unique smaller handmade items such as aprons, purses, pillows, table runners, wall hangings, gadgets, etc. that our club members have made. It's a great way to find unique items for yourself or for special people in your life. Proceeds go to our Woman's Club charities., The Quilt Store will have handcrafted quilts from baby size to kings made by Julian Woman's Club members. A percentage of the sales go to the Woman's Club Charities. We can accept credit cards for most of these larger items. Many of the quilts featured in the store have been displayed in prior quilt shows. We keep them separate because we cannot remove displayed quilts from the walls during the show. We've even sold quilts which go home with people visiting from other countries! This is a great opportunity to purchase some very nice quilts! Reminder: Eleanor Burns' Road Show - "Tales of the First Ladies" Eleanor Burns will be presenting her newest show on Tuesday, July 3rd at Witch Creek School. The first show will be at 10 a.m.. and the afternoon show will begin at 1:00 p.m. Be sure to reserve your spot as tickets often go fast and space is limited. It's always very entertaining and fun, even if you're not a quilter! When you see how much fun we have, you may just get the quilting bug. There will also be an opportunity to purchase quilting supplies, books and kits before and after the shows. The cost of the show is $20 and proceeds go to the Julian Woman's Club Charities. For more information and reservations call Diana Garrett at 760-765-3647. * Tree Consulting and InspeCtion * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 ml WE-8690A OL00,'"00'oaeT , SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2012 7 PM , |OgWUO| |WM ||t,l|/, 0/ fIE TUMDL|G ffMDLETU|| ?OM |;Aft | ?11 |UI|W! 1111| A Benefit Concert for Wieghorst Educational Programs General Admission $25 Reserved Seats $40 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 900 RANCHO SAN DIEGO PARKWAY CU?AMA|A |OLLIU |L |01, CA i For Tickets and More Info Call 619-590-3431 ] , "00IQ)I00A DREW [!,AS. 2 Benefit Breakfasts The Fourth of July Parade will be hosted by SAL and the American Legion Post for June 3 and 17 benefit breakfasts. Tickets available from Parade Committee members. Lincoln Deming Post 468 -- Sons of the American Legion Presents At 6'4", Lincoln was the tallest president. Madison, at 5'4", was the shortest.