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August 29, 2012 WHEN: TO CELEBRATE OUR 60 TH (Good Grief, Charlie Brown!l!) CLASS REUNIONS THE EXTRAORDINARY CLASSES OF 1952 AND 1953 INVITE ALL OF YOU SOARING SAGGING SENTIMENTAL EAGLES (PLUS ANY AND ALL OF THOSE CLASSES NEAR AND DEAR) TO OUR JULIAN UNION HIGH SCHOOL REUNION PICNIC SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 10:00 A.M. to whenever WHERE: WILLIAM HEISE COUNTY PARK ($3.00 per car) From Hwy 78 just west of Julian take Pine Hills Road BRING: to Frisius Road, turn left on Frisius. Lock for Balloons--hopefully by the tables, maybe on road, and slightly aged, but ever effervescent, JUHS alumni. WE WILL POT-LUCK - SO BRING FOOD TO SHARE Plus your own drinks and folding chairs We will provide paper plates, napkins & utensils PLAN ON TALK, GOSSIP, PICTURES, MEMORIES, TALL TALES, SHORT STORIES, EIC AND EXCLAMATION OF "HOW CAN WE FEEL SO YOUNG, AND YET BE SO OLD??" For lodging info - contact the Julian Chamber of Commerce at (760) 765-1857, or at www.lulianca.com. They can send you a packet that contains lodging and camping facilities. (Much has changed since the 50%!!) Further questions? Be in touch with any of us .... Martha Gwen (Redding) Thum at (858) 453-7794, or marthathum _cal.com or 8505 Nottingham Place, La Jolla, CA 92037 Holly (Heckleman) Segni (619) 390-7343 or !@sbcRIobal.net or 8869 Los Coches Rd, Lakeside, CA 92040 Woody (Barnes) Barnes (760) 765-0516 or janewoody73 00WWPI Eagles Football continued from page 1 day, the Eagles met the San Pasqual Academy Dragons. Last years game against the Dragons in San Pasqual required a rowboat or two to navigate through the rain. The Eagles started off with an incompletion that was the result of a roughing the passer call against the Dragons. On Hunters' next pass into the endzone, Moniz leapt over the Dragons defender and recovered the tipped pass with the fingertips of his right hand a la John Jefferson/Antonio Gates and came down with the ball in the endzone! A spectacular catch ......... too bad NFL Films wasn't on hand to put it on the highlight reel. Hunter continued to tommygun the passes around to Jr. WR Cole Southcott, Moniz and Ronnie Jones but the young O-line couldn't keep the Dragons out of the backfield on 6 of the last nine Eagles' plays. Our Eagles did pick up first downs on an 11- yard charge by Ronnie, a 12-yard reception to Tony and another 12-yard, effort by Jones. And then the series of 15 offensive plays were over. San Pasqual's first pass of their possession was almost a pick by an Eagles defender and the next play ended for a loss in the Dragon's backfield. The Dragons picked up 35 yards on 4 rushes but were stopped at the Eagles 5. The next snap was called back for a false start infraction and a 5-yard penalty. The next play brought a 15-yard illegal block in the penalty, which they followed up with a holding call, nullifying a touchdown. A Dragon 14 yard rush brought them to the Eagles 26, which they followed up with a 5-yard rush to your Eagles 21. The Dragons center tfad an itchy trigger finger from the pounding he was getting from rookie Frosh NT Mason Baay and rookie senior DT Alex Casas and hiked the ball into the next field on his next two snaps. The Dragons possession, and the day's scrimmages ended with an eleven Eagle quarterback sack. "...To get to wear those game day jerseys down the hall/Kings of the school man,. the boys of fall." As they were last year, our Eagles are a little wet behind the their feathers and need some additional time to gel into a cohesive unit. You can bet that they will be focused on their tasks during the upcoming week. We'll introduce each of your Eagles through the first games of the season. Your Eagles will open up their regular season with a non- league game at home against the Borrego High School Rams next Friday, August 31 at 3:00 PM. SAL Squadron 468 of the Lincoln Deming American Legion Post 468 will be hosting an all-you-can eat breakfast on Sunday, September 2, from 7:00 AM to noon (or sold out) for $8.00. Eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, hash browns, corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, orange juice and coffee. All you can eat! The Post always puts on a good meal and the proceeds go directly to the Eagles football program. 760 765 1020 ULIAN [ESTERYEARS Series Celebrates A Love Of Rodeo And Trucks (NAPSA)-There's good news. for those who are fans of two great American pastimes- watching rodeos and driving trucks. There is a series of events designed so fans can indulge in both their passions at the same time. And maybe best of all, it travels to them. World-Class Rodeo Rodeo has come a long way since the first organized one was held in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1872. The fan base for this sport based on ranching skills continues to grow, reaching even urban audiences in cities such as New York and Boston. For example, starting with only 18 events, 31 years ago, one sponsoring organization, Ram Truck brand, now hosts over 560 rodeos a year throughout the U.S. and Canada. The tour is known as the Ram Rodeo Series. The Ram Rodeo Series blends a love of rodeo and trucks and offers fans a chance to meet and speak with rodeo performers up close. Those who go have a chance to watch world-class rodeo performers in a variety of events including bareback riding, tie- down roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and bull riding. Fans can also explore a livestock show up close and hunt for bargains from vendors who sell everything from cowboy hats to custom shoe inserts. Visitors also have a chance to talk directly with cowboys and cowgirls and other performers, such as the "Ram pick-up men" who work the arena to keep riders safe after they have been tossed from a horse or bull. From Horses To Horsepower Some rodeos also present the opportunity to test-drive the latest lineup of Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickup trucks- the boldest, most powerful and capable pickup truck lineup. It is also possible to take a spin in a new Ram pickup truck and receive a $10 gift card or enter the Ram Rodeo Sweepstakes for continued on page 11 The Julian News 7 Unique and 13'ld ]'as[ ioned CANDLES GRAPE TRAY WALL ART SOAPS LOTIONS Downtown Julian - Cole Bldg. 2116 Main Street - Up Stairs i EEALTH and PERSONAl, SERVICES Saturd]ay September Unt|l 7P m Food and Mercnanaisevenoors 1 II .... W*..Wa000.yTr.00 Cedar Creek Farms Hunter Steakhouse Santa Ysabel Casino J U L I , Sponsors Pinzanita Trailer Ral}ch Butterfield B & B S Ramona Service Shadow Mountain Vineyard & Winery Turning Leaf "We'll Take Care of /t" Insurance Service, lr Julian Grille A Sempra Enerl' utily- ztt ,m ., , Santa Ysabel Indian Mission @Wikup B & B qzo Hawk Watch Winery i ,ul,ai, Information: www ulianca.com 7 60 75 17 6.Bed Full Service Hospice & - "  Dementia y ,  " Case by Case ' Senior :=re " L/cerise #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 1455 Hollow Glen Road (next to Soundings) OFFICE HOURS: Monday 6:30-8am Tues & Thurs 8am-Noon and 2pm-6pm Fridays Sam - Noon 760-765-3456 Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting i JULIAN MEDICAL 00-LINIC A DWISION OF BORREGO COMMUNF HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance 2721 WASHINGTO JULIAN, CA, 92036 (Next To Town Hall) www.julianmedical.com 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE by Larry 1 950s Toys Q: My husband has a large collection of toys from the 1950s. Many are in original boxes. Since the time has come for us to liquidate, we hope you can help us. -- Susan and Ken, Tyler, Texas A: Toy chests have become treasure chests during the past few decades. As Baby Boomers age, many scramble to find and purchase things they remember from their childhoods. This increased interest and demand has caused prices to soar. For example, a Red Ryder Daisy BB gun in its original box, which sold for $50 just a short time ago, now is valued at about $200. To find out the value of your toys, I suggest you purchase a copy of one of the better price guides, Hake's Price Guide to Toys by Ted Hake. Hake also conducts toy auctions throughout the year. Contact him at P.O. Box 1444, York, PA 17404. Q: I have two free-standing dolls that I believe are made of celluloid. They have painted faces and hair. I would appreciate anything you can tell me about them. -- Millie, Sun City West, Ariz. A: Without knowing the maker of your doll, there isn't much I can tell you. There are celluloid dolls that are quite valuable, others that aren't. To determine which, you need to consult an expert. Two appraisers in your area are Barbara June Bradbury, 480- 947-2378, and Corinne Cane, 602-906-1633. As with most professionals, you should expect to pay for their services. Q: I have an assortment of Wells Fargo documents from the 1880s and !890s. Some are No Appointments $30. 00 Mages on the 4Muntain )ick Thilk, Chaplain  P6.0-7,,_'1 ;- 1 518 ,c ( 3hn'i00rv 'e.(]ln.s Designed for Tou! call Rev Leurner 760-44000090030 leszmor@aolm especially interesting since they reference areas that were then territories, such as New Mexico and Arizona. I would like to contact someone about them. -- Steve, E/Paso, Texas A: Contact the Wells Fargo Museum, 2733 San Diego Ave., San Diego, CA 92110; 619-328- 3929. Q: I have several Pepsi-Cola advertising items, including a display poster from World War II. Whom can I contact to find out current values? -- Steve, Ramona, Calif. A: You might begin with the Pepsi-Cola Collectors Club, c/o Diane Gabriel, 335 Mathews Way, New Castle, PA 16101. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 5364751 Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail (c) 2012 King Features Syndicate., Inc. 'L