Newspaper Archive of
The Julian News
Julian , California
Lyft
October 31, 2012     The Julian News
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 31, 2012
 

Newspaper Archive of The Julian News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




October 31, 2012 Quiting Business/Leaving Town Clearance Old Julian Country Cottage ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS FURNITURE TIFFANY STYLE LAMPS/SHADES Loeated Downstairs inside the Warm Hearth OPEN 10 to 5 7 Days UNTIL EMPTY Selling Out To The Bare Floors All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial JUL|AN Pri~e gqod thru II/5 Washington ': 010olO4S:00 Ruth Leatherman Lent A Helping Hand After Cedar Fire from Chris Tuthill 2004 was a long time ago and although the Cedar Fire will always be in our memory, it is a distant one. Saturday, Ruth Leatherman died in Pennsylvania. Untimely to say the least, is the death of a young woman with a husband and three small children. Mark and Ruth Leatherman volunteered 9 months of their lives for MDS and lived and worked at the Menonite Disater Services - Julian Camp in Harrison Park in 2004. Mark ran the chipper and probably worked on just about every property and neighborhood in Julian. Ruth helped run the camp which usually housed and fed 30-40 volunteers, and sometimes she went out with the crews to clear debris. They are dear friends with whom we have kept in touch over the years. We visited them in Pennsylvania in 2006 and were guests at their home for dinner. We are deeply saddened by her death and wanted to let the Julian community that someone who was, for a time, part of their community, has died. ++++/+++++++++++!++++++++++7'~ Ruth L. Leatherman, age 31, of Christiana, PA passed away unexpectedly at her home on Saturday, October 20, 2012. She was the wife the wife of Mark D. Leatherman with whom she celebrated 9 years of marriage. She was born in Lancaster, daughter of Levi K. & Sarah Lapp Glick of Georgetown, PA. Ruth attended Calvary Monument Bible Church of Paradise where she was involved with the Hand Bell Choir, Children's Ministry and Sunday School. In the past Ruth worked on the Glick family farm and was a waitress at Dienner's Country Restaurant in Ronks, She was an E.M.T. with the Gordonville Ambulance and Q.R.S. of Bart Township. She was a homeschool graduate and attended Harrisburg Area Community College. She valued friendships and was an avid gardener, enjoyed crafts, running, wakeboarding, cooking, canning and especially enjoyed 'homeschooling her children. Surviving besides her husband are three children: Esther age 5, Isaac age 3 and Ruby age 9 months. She was preceded in death by a daughter Emma. She is also survived by 5 siblings: Mary L. wife of David Landis of Atmore, AL, Hannah L. wife of Jeff Mai'tin of East Earl, Jonathan L. husband of Janelle Leatherman Glick of Lancaster, Amos L. husband of Valerie Kylar Glick of Christiana, S. Elizabeth wife of Daniel Crandall of Lancaster. ] LVX r Thousr,]x by Michele Harvey Interesting Conversations In My Shop The Julian News 5 CAUFORN~" I've worked with the public for nearly 50 years. I've owned my own gift shop in the tourist town of Julian for the past 7 years. In that time I've found myself in some real interesting conversations. I will share some of my favorites with you now. I sell buckwheat sage honey produced by bees in Josh Grant's bee hives. Josh and his family live a few miles outside Julian. A tourist asks, "What kind of honey is that?" (As the label states) "It's buckwheat sage honey." "Do you have any that's just buckwheat?" "No, we can't keep the bees from flying over to the sage plants." Another honey conversation. ".You just have buckwheat sage honey?" - "Yes. It's produced just a few miles from here. All of our honey comes from this area" "Do you ever get Tupelo Honey? I really like Tupelo honey." "No, Julian bees don't fly to Mississippi." Some people think everything in our store must be made in China. "1 bet everything in here is made in China." "No, actually I carry lots of things made in Julian, Central California, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Poland, Mexico, Thailand and India. I have hand painted pottery from the Ohio River Valley too." I bet the Ohio pottery is way too expensive." 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 8p.m. "No more expensive than pottery from China. Would you like to see some pieces?". "No. It is too expensive, I'm sure." Sometimes people ask me what my best price is on an item for [TooRL ] sale. I always tell them that my best price would be at least twice as much. That certainly would work well for me. AND When we moved Yesteryears back to downtown Julian, we took /,':J;PIAN.~3Y~LI~:P"II F'OR ~i~'O~ ----[4DZ~[4/V/O, SS[ over the shop that had been Angels and Inspirations for the past 6 t) I OPEN NON-SAT 7AN-SPH ! / years. People ask about that shop and I tell them that I carry a few 760-765-4816 / angels and would be glad to show them where my angels and fairies .T_ 3582 78 | are in the shop. My shop has just 300 square feet of floor space so a tour of the shop takes very little time. @ WAY ] Recently a woman and her 40ish year old daughter came in looking + bu for the angel shop. The elderly woman said, "1 used to buy angels from here." I offered to show her angels. "No, I used to buy angels from here." Her daughter said,"Ma, there are some beautiful angels over here." "No, I used to buy angels from here." Some people don't listen. Owning a small shop brings on interesting conversations. I've had more than one person tell me that I could probably find a particular item if I look in the back room. I have no back room and I certainly have no place to create a back room, yet once in a while I want to ask one of those customers where they think that back room is located. One day, not long after George Bush declared victory in the mid east, a group of my writer friends decided to wear re, d on Fridays until all of our troops came home. I occasionally mentioned this to customers. One day I talked with a man about wearing red on Fridays to support the troops. I told him that it doesn't mean we support the war. Specifically it means that we support all the men and women who are fighting in the war. He said that it sounded like a liberal plot. I asked, "You don't support the troops?'" He scowled at me and I'm sure I lost any possibility of selling him anything. I still wear red on Fridays. Milifary men and women 'appreciate it and r don't need to impress anyone else with my choice of color. " People like to ask when it snows here and they sound like they think we have scheduled snow. I used to work with a woman who always said it snows on January 17th. Joe Romano was rumored to tell people that we had snow even when we didn't because telling them we have {mow is a way to get people to come to Julian. Other times when asked where the snow is, I've heard one local say "Big Bear." It's important to remember that many city folks don't know what our countryside looks like. Around January city folks ask where the apples are because they can't find them and the apple trees that have no leaves or fruit on them don't seem to show up. Lilacs and daffodils can be a problem for tourists too. I get asked about them year round and people either don't believe they can grow in southern California, or they don't understand that here in the mountains, plants grow, bloom and fruit seasonally, not year round. They can buy apples all year round at their local grocery stores so they don't realize that apples don't grow throughout the year. Right now, in late October, many of our trees are in full flaming color. Several trees near the Community Methodist church have been showing off their bright yellow and orange colors for a cou )le of weeks. We don't get the show that people living in the northern states get. However, we do get a wonderful taste of autumn colors. Yet I had a tourist fell me that it's too bad we don't have trees that change color. I gave her some very specific examples of places where she could drive to see beautiful trees within a short distance from downtown Julian. She guessed she didn't look. She probably didn't see any apple trees either. One thing I like about working with the public is that conversations are never dull or boring. When does it snow here? Whenever it does and we seldom know exactly when that will happen. These are my thoughts. 3rd Thursday the Month November 1 5 "2:30"4:30 ] I Jui,an Lib-- ry I Dorothy Joan Larsen Arrington October 10, 1930 - October 12, 2012 Daughter of the late. Raymond Larsen and Ruby Ruth Setzer Larsen, and 5 siblings, Ski, Thelma, Margie, Larry and Richard. She is survived by her husband Mayland E. Arrington Jr., their 8 children, John DeMent, Marylynn (Joe) Heuel, Judy (Reed) Pacheco, Mayland Ill(Bernice) Arrington, Stephen DeMent, Michael Arrington, Julie (John) Skinner, Laurie (John) Horsley, her sister Pattie Hintze (Mike) and 11 grandchildren Reed, Jeremy, Bianca, Katey, Bobby, Teresa, Tyler, Travis, Larry, Tina and Jason and many Great Grandchildren. Dorothy and Mayland lost their Julian home in the Cedar Fire 2003, they decided to relocate to Mayland's home town of Rocky Mount, VA. Though she missed California and her family and all her long time friends, she made a beautiful home in Virginia for all to come visit. Dorothy had a delightful sense of humor and was forev6r young at heart. She will be missed, she touched so many and made friends for life. Services were provided 10/18/12 by Conner- Bowman Funeral Home, Rocky Mount, VA. Please sign the Guestbook. http:// www.lynchconnerbowman.com/sitemaker/sites/Conner2/obit. cgi?user=763184Arrington A New Wylie Joins The Clan Wade and Jennifer Wylie welcomed Jocelyn Liselle into their family on August 14, 2012. She was 9 pounds 8 ounces and 21.5 inches long. Big brother Ezekiel and big sister Alyssa were thrilled to meet their new little sister.