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September 9, 2015 The Julian News 3 Honoring Of POW/MIA's At The Legion CALIFORNIA O WOMEN, INFANTS & CHILDREN Groceries. Fresh Produce Sundries Beer Wine Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAILY 6a.m. TO ....... , Bill Pay Saint Elizabeth Catholic Church Invites You All children between Kindergarten and Eighth grade are warmly invited to participate in a religious education program. Classes are scheduled on Mondays between 2:30 and 3:45 P.M. The first day of class will be Monday, September 14th. Our program is designed to coordinate with the 2015-2016 Julian Union School District. Saint Elizabeth provides this program at no cost to the students. Please join us each week for refreshments, games, and an opportunity to enrich your faith. Our pastor, Father AI, and parish members support the spiritual growth of each child and look forward to a great year of friendship and religious education. We are excited to get started. All children are welcome. Bring your friends! Sit-N-Fit Road Trip Julian 's Sit N Fit class took a 3 day bus trip to Hearst Castle. They "had a blast[ And had the Julian News with them. (back row, left to right): Marsha Morris, Allisun Jimenez~ Mary Lou Jones, Dick Sparks, Toni Marquette, Patty Asmussen. Loretta Sparks - (front) Matt Kraemer. Laura Dunkel, Gretchen Brown Rummage Sale Friday, Saturday Thisyear's,annual rummage sale at the Julian Methodist Church will be on Friday, September 11th until 6:30 pm and on Saturday, September 12th until 4 pm. Both days .the gates will open at 9am. This year we are selling everything you could need including a kitchen sink. Come with your own grocery bags because all of the clothing that is stacked on the outside tables will be selling for a mere $1.00 per bag. You can buy tasty edibles at the bake sale table, and sparkly gifts for you and your friends at the jewelry table. And once again, back by popular demand you can find many kinds of treasures in our treasure room. The Julian Methodist church is located on highway 78/79 just west of Pine Hills Road, and one mile west of downtown Julian. rvice 1947 There are heroes who walk among us. For many of them we will never know the sacrifices they have made. A hero is not someone who brags eloquently of their great deeds but rather lets their actions speak for themselves. Most of the time they do not realize that they are a hero and would deny it but it does not change the fact. There are heroes in every walk of life but on September t9th we honor a specific type of hero. Men and women of our armed forces who are Missing in Action and those who have been held or held as Prisoners of war. On Friday, September 18th 2014 at 6:00 pm at The American Legion Post 468 located at 2503 Washington Street, there .will be a POW/ MIA ceremony. The ceremony is to honor and remember those who have given of themselves in service of our country. The ceremony includes local veterans, former prisoners of war, junior members of The Sons of the American Legion, and American Legion Auxiliary members. All across our nation in VFW's and American Legions there is a table set.aside, to honor and remember the members of our armed forces, who were held prisoner or are still missing. All wars have claimed prisoners of war and every conflict includes those who are never found. SinceAmerica entered WWl in the final months of the war, only 4,120 American soldiers were taken prisoner; out of those, 147 died. In World War II, it was brutal to be a Prisoner of war. American service men were mistreated, tortured and even killed. Of the 93,941 American POWs held in Europe during thewar, only one percent died in captivity; most of them from combat wounds. Of the 25,600 American POWs held in the Pacific during the war, 10,650 or nearly 45 percent died, most of starvation and disease, since they were worked incessantly and given little food, clothing, shelter or medical treatment. In the Korean War, POWs were subjected to psychological warfare where they were forced to endure indoctrination efforts. Of the 7,000 Americans captured only 3,800 returned alive. In the Vietnam War, most of our service people captured, suffered intense mental and physical abuse. One hundred fourteen of our service people died in captivity, 651 were returned and many are still Missing in Action. The current number of personnel missing from operations in Iraq and the Persian Gulf is five. Life is unfair--sometimes to our advantage, sometime,s to our disadvantage. We will all experience disappointments and crushing events somewhere along the way, setbacks for which there is no "reason," no one to blame... What separates people, is not the prese0ce or absence of difficulty, but how they deal with the inevitable difficulties of life. It is these.men and women who have dealt with extreme difficulty that we remember and honor on POW/MIA Day. Please join us for the ceremony at 6 pm sharp. There will be 0 hosted dinner following. While remembering our POWs and those Missing in Action is a solemn occasion it is also a celebration of their lives. We are grateful and honor those who have returned and honor all whom we have lost. Bakers, Start Your Ovens by Diana Garrett The aroma of freshly baked apple pie will fill the air during the Julian Apple Days Pie Contest, to be held on Friday, September 25, 2015 at the Julian Women's Club at 2607 C. Street, Julian. Entries will be accepted between 10:30 am and 12:00 pm and the contest is free and open to all, with a limit of one entry per family. "It's the perfect way to celebrate the apple harvest," according to Diana Garrett, Contest Chairman, and it contributes to Julian's nostalgic, small town atmosphere." All entries must be homemade apple pies, baked from scratch, and may contain additional fruit such as Apple Berry, Apple Peach, etc. The recipe and all ingredients must be listed with the entry application. All pies should be brought in disposable containers as plates, pans or dishes cannot be returned. Pieces of the left over pies from the contest will be sold by the Julian Woman's Club members at a booth during the Apple Days Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26th & Sunday, Sept. 27th at the Menghini Winery Grounds. The proceeds will fund the philanthropies that the Woman's Club provides for the community. Judging will begin promptly at 1:00 pm with the judges selected from local bakeries and restaurants, including Chef Jeremy Manley, from "Jeremy's on the Hill Restaurant", Chef Nicco Roulston from the I . I t . 24 Hour Emergency Service r~]PROPANE : ......... @ GASCheck- COUNCIL :~,,./~i,,~ ~ - Trained Candied Apple Pastry Company, Christy Connell, owner of the Julian Care, and Barry Brunye owner of Dudley's Bakery in Santa Ysabel. The pies will be judged on taste, originality, presentation and creativity: First prize is $300, second prize is $200 and third prize is $100. Honorable Mention and Participation ribbons will also be awarded. Winners will be notified by phone with the prize presentation to be held at the Apple Festival on Sunday, Sept. 27th at the Menghini Winery Grounds in Julian. Winners are requested to be present at the festival to receive their monetary award. Entry forms, rules and additional information are available online on the Julian Woman's Club website: julianwomansclub.org and on the Julian Chamber of Commerce Website: julianchamber@ sbcglobal.net, at the Candied Apple Pastry shop, at the Julian Cafe in Julian, and at Jeremy's on the Hill in Wynola. For more information call Diana Garrett, 760-765-3647. VOL UNTEERS NEEDED TO KEEP THE MT. LAGUNA VISITOR CENTER OPEN BECOME A MEMBER OF THE LAGUNA MOUNTAIN VOL. ASSN. SERIqNG,FORES'r VxS ,nO, RS SINCE 198S FOR INFORMATION GO TO > LMVA.NET or phone (619) 442-6215 ~ ~ (619) 948-1130 WE AREA PARTNER OF THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. License #945348 92036 WE-8690A Rejuvenating The High School photo by Dennis Cantor Raul Padilla, a well-known, local rock mason, has graciously donated his time to repair the stone pillars at the entrance to the high school and library parking lot. Raul replaced the missing stones so beautifully, they look as good as newt These pillars were built in 1940 as part of the WPA (Works Progress Administration) government program. Soon, the bronze plaques originally installed in 1940 will return to the pillars along with new lamps atop each column. Raul Padilla's son (Raul Jr.) attended Julian High and will soon open a new bakery adjacent to Wynola Pizza. The high school wishes to thank Mr. Padilla for his efforts to restore and beautify the campus. If you would like to help improve our high school, please call David Schlottman, Superintendent, at 760-765-0606. Piano Month National Tips To Make Music At Home With Your Family (StatePoint) Music enriches lives and offers people of all ages a number of benefits -- from improving academic outcomes for children to relieving stress for working adults, and even helping seniors keep their minds active: Indeed, social harmony is higher within families when young people listen to music, according to a study conducted by Frontiers in Psychology. This National Piano Month, celebrated in September, is a great time to foster a love for making and appreciating music. Here are three ways to get your family started: Enroll Take advantage of school music programs, from choral groups to band to piano lessons, your child's school can provide a great foundation for music education. Supplement this at-school learning by encouraging children to practice at home. Private lessons are a great option and often affordable when taught by an older student. Online tutorials can also prove helpful. Your school's music teacher can be a great resource for these possibilities. ,: Get Equipped Having a piano in your home will not only help ensure that your kids will practice music on their own time, but it can also take center stage when creating musical memories as a family. Look for a family- friendly option, Such as Casio's CGP-700, which features an icon- based menu and a Color Touch Interface that enables musicians to choose tones, select rhythms, split and layer sound -- fun options continued on page 9