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6 The Julian News i nery October 1, 2014 I Julian RONG BRANCH RESTAURANT 2722 Hwy 78 POE 1261 Julian, Ca. 92036 LUNCH AND DINNER SPECIALS DAILY 760 765 0832 TolIFree 866 765 0832 www.jul 10 am- 4 pm Thursda ou gh Monday (closed Tuesdays arff Wedne~lays) Julian Julian ! PASTRYCOMPAN, Y II soups and salad' ii r,b,I1::::::::o::: OPEN 7 to 5, Every Day Corner of Fourth & Washington Julian i-i i i Julian Julian Julian Take out orders 760-765-2265 Homemade Apple Pies Phone Open Orders 7 days Welcome a week * Pastries * PR1ME RIB Lunch and Dinner Pan'Dining 765-0173 2224 THURSDAY Z-6 PM FRIDAY 11:30 AM - 6 PM SATURDAY 11:30 AM - Y PM SUNDAY 11:30 AM - S PM 0FFgRINI~ - TASTIRS, PINTS AND 3ZOZ OR 640Z JUGS OF BEER TO-S0 DOG FRIENDLY PATIO 1485 HOLLOW GLEN ROAD LOCATED JUST I/Z MILE EAST OF DOWNTOWN OFF HIGHWAY YS PHONE YS0-YSS-BBBR [Z33Y] .1. 22 Main btrcct ~63 _ .... 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Accepted / 760765 1810 Now ln Warner Too, I Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space ldFacebaok I~t~Je/"JgOF*-L~'~'/ o---- r~..--..,- o.....--:----~l- r,L_Z" ~'~ 4354 Eighway 78 BetweenSanta YsabelandJulian Coleman Creek Center - Julian "TO') a' ' Al ou. t.,,c hill e m (~ocksSouthofMainonWashington) /IJlV/o~, ,. -a wwvjeremysonthe , o # Julian 0 Santa Ysabel lllvnnla Two locations to serve Julian Santa Ysabel I 2225 Main Street21976 Hwy. 79 [ (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 I J Your Location Here MORE THAN JUST GREAT pIZZA! Sunday thru Friday and Thursday Saturday 11am 8 00pm llam 9 00pm ENTI I{TAINMENT E RY Friday & Saturday 6-9 AWARD WInNInG THI CRUST WOOD-FIRED PIZZA Every Sat & Sun afternoon- BBQ/Grili Specials "From Scratch" Salads, Soups, Desserts (760) 765l IOO4 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy. 78/79 Dine Inside, Outside Take Out Conferenee Faeilities v0ver 35 varieties of beer, ale and hard cider j 1. GEOGRAPHY: The Yakima River flows through which U.S. state? 2. TELEVISION: What was the theme song to the sitcom Friends ? 3. MUSIC: What pop music group had a hit album in 1969 titled "The Age of Aquarius"? ,4. COMICS: Which comic strip featured a character called "Dragon Lady"? 5. MEDICINE: How long is the average adult's spinal cord? continued on page 14 Fruit Of The Vine If you were to make a checklist of all the wonderful qualities one fruit could possess -- sweet, tart, tasty raw or cooked, fresh or dried, with delicious juice, various flavors, edible leaves and nutritious oil -- the grape and its vine would check every box. It must be for that reason that no other fruit, no matter how glamorous its reputation/is grown and produced as much as the grape. The cultivation of grapes dates back to the beginning of civilization on the Asian arid European continents. In North America, when the Europeans arrived, they found almost countless varieties of wild grapes, many found nowhere else in the world. Most of those wild grapes were considered inedible by the early colonists, although they were an elemental food of the Native Americans. Soon, however, the wild American grapes became hybridized with European varieties, and grapes became more widely consumed. One of the notable varieties is the super-delicious Concord grape. The grapevine has a presence around the globe, and the fruit and the plant are used in a wide variety the Bible. of ways. From the beginning, wine The practice of making oil from was made'from grapes, but it wasn't the seeds also is ancient and long before it was discovered that appears to have begun soon after grapes were wonderful dried, and cultivation began. The same is true there is even mention of raisins in for the leaves, which are eaten continued on page 6