Newspaper Archive of
The Sun Paper
Sheridan , Oregon
March 8, 1989     The Sun Paper
PAGE 6     (6 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 8, 1989

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

6 The Sun, Wednesday, March 8, 1989 care p A new program that is available to some families in our area is the Family Support Program. A three year pilot project sponsored by the Oregon Developmental Disabilities Council and the Mental Health Division, the program is a joint project of Washington and Yamhill Counties. The program is designed to serve families who are caring for a family member with a developmental disability at home. The term "developmental disability" means a disability attributable to mental' retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy or other neurological handicapping condition that originates before the person is 22 years old (or 18 in the case of mental retardation), and can be expected to continue indefinitely. The underlying values of the Family Support Program include the belief that all people, regardless of disability, have the right to live with a family. The role families play in providing care at home to a disabled member must be recognized and nurtured and families should be enabled and enhanced in their capacity to provide care while maintaining the integrity and unity of the family, a spokesperson said in a press release. Recognizing that the needs and preferences of individual families will mean differing levels of support, both counties have family consul- tants to work with each participating family in developing an individual support plan. One component of the plan could be financial assistance to help a family purchase needed services. Some of the services could include child care, respite care, counseling, transportation, vehicle modification, therapy services, specialized equip- ment, etc. Who is eligible? Any family living within Washington or Yamhiil Counties providing care at home to a person with a developmental disability. Eligibility is without restriction on the basis of age, sex, family income, or category of disability. Families wishing to apply should contact their local mental health developmental disabilities program office: Ellen Ewing, consultant, 472-9371 ext. 557. Localdoctors attend series of seminars Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelley and stopping smoking. The lecture was Dr. Matthew Sheehan recently given at the McMinnville city council Ralph and Betty Stewart, owners of Hi-Spot Cafe in Willamina, receive certificate of appreciation from West Valley Lions Club president Charles Sullivan in recent ceremony. Also honored were Oon and Nadino Stuck of Stuck Electric in Sheridan. Both businesses were honored for helping Lions raise money for eyeglass fund to purchase glasses for the needy. Brown en new city Charlene Brown, the mina city recorder, is self to take over the Mina Snellings. Brown is no stranger to d of Willamina. A the city, her husband, mini fire chief. She said I~ Frank Kauble, was chief' joined the volunteer fir~ about 30 years ago. She was co-owner of Stop Market in years. Then she served clerk for the school years. "But, the one thing I didn't have, was a Brown said. "I had a tunity to go back to took it." Brown said she still haS J terms to go. She has s[ computer science, busint ment and accounting. Sh may get that degree yet meketa night classes "I've got a vested town," Brown said. "MY1 and four grandchildren all You might say it's my Willamina e alr It goes without saying, today's woman leads a complicated life. With more and more women entering the work force, demands on their time, nerves, and energy sometimes seem unsurmountable. Newberg's Woman"s Fair, sched- uled for March 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 @ ion at the fair, with games, arts and crafts and story time for ages S to 12, and supervised cfiild care offered for ages 2 to 5 on a donation basis. Seminars begin at 11 a.m. with "Maxi Meals in Your Microwave," followed by "Facial Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery" at noon, fashions for children, men, women and the popular bridal finale. Guest of honor for the show will be Mindy Duncan, Miss Teen USA. Exhibitors will be showcasing their merchandise and offering specials and prizes. Door prizes will be drawn throughout the day, with a work to be, Ken Williams, advisor, will meet with heads March 14 to they'd like to see in the get, according to Mins Willamina city recorder, "All of Willamina's ies are in the computer,' said. "So our next city computer generated." attended educational seminars with chamber for the employees of a local p.m. at Springbrook Middle School, "Families in Crisis" at 1 p.m., and grand prize drawing of a two minute Snellings added that Gibs " o " ervices in firm which will be relocating shortly offers a chance for area women and "Fitness in the Fast Lane" at 2 p.m. shopping spree at Sentry Market. deal this year." She ___on Chtroracttc S California. Dr. Gibson's seminars to a public building in which smoking t, heir fami!ies to take a pleasant Fashionshows and aerobicsAdmission is $3 at the door, with $1 years and years of I include information on spinal cord isnot allowed, time out' and enjoy a day focused demonstrations are scheduled discount coupons available at the after budget meeting, irritation, immune system deficiency On Feb. 18 and 19 Dr., Kelleyon them. throughout the day beginning at chamber and participating busi- has taken the hard w~ and s realattened Dr Russell Erhardt s x ray and spinal subluxation, p" . . - Children will also enjoy their time 10:30 a.m., showcasing the latest in nesses. Men are admitted free. process. a alth tentml seminaron neck and shoulder careanthehum nhe po " . i ~~! ~1 [IF ~ ~$ ~~ studies. Study concentrated on x-ray ~ On Feb. 1S, Dr. Matthew Sheehan scanning lines and angles, whiplash, of Sheridan Family Chiropractic shoulder joints and cervical ribs. Clinic, given 1V2 hour lecture on Twelve indirect signs of cervical we re Here holistic methods of lifestyle spine trauma and fractures modifications with emphasis on completed the seminar. ~"~' [i J-.'- ,fyou'resayingnotodrugs ro Serve Yc H We care about our_S' or trying to avoid prescrip- / / lion overuse you can choose a healthy alternative for [ work.., w e [ treatment of: l/ Year-round I! II Pain Chronic Fatigue ~b - / Allergies Infections / Open 5 days a week --- U and advice. When thinking of investing in /J['~~_%\ II | Or stop smoking in one effective 25 minute treatment. | 52 weeks ayear! x finejeweiry, see us. We have an II outstanding collection of gold and diamonds ~ - - D/ / For complete individualized treatment [/ / [ II for men and women priced to fit any budget. II ~ Plus, we offer a convenient iayaway plan. "k,~ ----~'~ U/ for any health problem call 434-6515. _..,,~r't~r [ ra a.B.l . 9ber Give the gift of fine jewelry for less this year... ~t====:=~ U 3 o' i dw, ;n wSJee U, BRtm: D,cKsoNND , CertifiecIPubhcAccountaa [ ]104W. Main, Sheridan, OR YOUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP CAN LEAD YOU OUT OF TEMPTATION You are basically a good person, but being a so-called "normal" human being, you have fallen into the trap of temptation somewhere along the way. Perhaps you are a worried but confirmed smoker, or the pressures of your job have caused you to drink too much or become involved with drugs. By now you may be addicted to the extent that it will take more than will power to overcome your habit, but don't give up. Try one of those treatment centers if you like, but also adopt a positive atti- tude. Think not how much fun your habit is, but instead, how nice it would be not to have to depend on it. For some real help, talk to the clergyman at your House of Worship. He will understand and not criti- cize or condemn. He knows you are sincere about it, or you wouldn't be there; and he can help you if you will let him. Ill habits gather by unseen degrees -- As brooks make river~, rivers run to seas. -- John Dryden "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil..." -- Matthew 6:13 Assembly of God Church, 919 SW 2nd, Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 am. Church & childrens church 10:30 am. Evening evange- listic services 6 pm (Monthly sing- spiration). Mens basketball Monday 7 pro. Womcns aerobics T-T-F 9 am. Wednesdays 7 pm Family Night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionettes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12). Youth Alive (teens) and adult Bible study. Womens Ministries I st & 3rd-Thursdays l0 am. Ist Thurs- day 7 pm Family Activity Night. Larry A. Dill. Pastor. Assembly of God, 330 S. Main St.. Willamina. Pastor Mick Owings. Phone 876-4424. Sunday School for all ages 9:45 am. Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Youth Alive S pm. Evening service- praise, worship singspiration, testimonies, family life 6 pm. Wednesday adult Bible study 7 to 8:30 pro. Sheridan Christian ChUrch, 121 NE Yamhill, Sheridan. 843-2994. Jim Harris, Minister. Office hours: Mon. -Fri. 8-11:30 am. Sunday School 9:45 am. Worship Service 10:45 am. Childrens church up to 4th grade during adult worship. Nursery for all worship & Sunday School programs. Sunday evening service 7 pm. Mid- week Bible study & prayer 7:30 pro. Contact the church for home Bible study times & locations. Christian Church, 200 SE Baker, Willamina. 876-2097. Dennis Morley Minister. Sunday services: Bible School 9:45 am, morning worship 11 am, evening worship 6:30 pm. Wed- nesday: adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafe at 6 am; youth meeting for 4th grade through high school at 7 pm. Adults home Bible study 7 pm. The Church of God of Prophecy, Agency Creek Road, Grand Ronde, 879-5034. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 11 am. Evening evangelistic service 6 pro. Wednes- day service 7 pm. Everyone welcome. Pastor James R. Willis. Bethel Church of Bethel, 1 mile east of 99W. Phone 843-3079. Sunday School 10 am, service I I am. Wed- nesday evening Bible study 7:30 pm. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Willamina Ward. Meeting schedule: 9 am Sacrament meeting. 10: IS Sunday School. Primary: I I : ! 0 Relief Society, Priesthood meeting. Church of the Nazarene, 917 S. Bridge, Sheridan. 843-3262. Sunday School 9:30 am. Worship !! am. Youth meeting S pro. Evening wor- ship b pm. Wednesday prayer meet- ing 7 pro. Caravan 7 pm. Mike Lcmont. Pastor. Church in the Wildwood, Hebo Rd., Hwy. 22, Grand Ronde. Sunday Service 10 am. Church 11 am. Sun- day evenings 6 pm. Pastor Hugo Krehbiel. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, LCA. 315 S. Main. Willamina. 876-6844. Worship Service & Sunday School 10:30 am. Good Shepherd Catholic Church, E. Main & Hill Streets, Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 pro. Sundays !1 am. Weekdays, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 9 am. Pastor James Crunican. Grand Ronde Nazarene Church, Pastor DuaneSlocum. 879-5297. Sunday School 10:00 am, morning worship ! 1:00 am. Sunday evening service 6:30 pm. Salt Creek Baptist Church, 12 miles cast of Sheridan on Salt Creek Church Road. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning worship 11 am. Eve- ning service 6 pro. Nursery provided. Pastor Perry Kallis. Assistant Pastor Linus Toland. Phone 623-2976. Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 220 NW Sherman, Sheridan, 843-2967. Sabbath School 9:30-11 am. Worship service 11-12. Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 pm. Community Ser- vices Center open Wednesdays 10 am to 3 pro. Grand Ronde Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Salmon River Hwy. (Hwy. 18) 1 mile east of Grand Ronde. Pastor Lutz Binus, Rt. I. Box 278, Willamina. OR 97396. 876-2550. Head Elder Howard Hamel, phone 879-$276. Worship Service Saturday 1 i am. Sabbath School 9:30 am. Tri-City Free Methodist Main & D Streets, 976-4085. Sunday School Worship 10:45 am. Sunday service 6 pm. Prayer Wednesday, Aaron Kramer, Home phone 876-4688. St. Michael's Church, Hwy. 22 and Agency Rd., Grand Ronde. 879-5122 Saturday Mass 7 pm. Sunday Mass 9 am. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 am. Pastor James Crunican. Union Baptist Church, mony Road, Sheridan. School is followed by am. John R. Blalock, Pastor. Sheridan Baptist Church, 643 E. Main St.. Sheridan. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Service 11 am. Question & Ahswer Time 6 pro. Evening worship 7 pro. Wednesday evening prayer service 7 pm. Pastor Joel Boyce, 843-3158. Sheridan Mennonite Church, 240 SW Madison. Sunday School 10 am. Worship 11 am. Evening worship 6 pro. Mid-week Bible study 7:30 pro. Pastor Sterling Roth, 470 SW Chap- man Street. Phone 843-4684. Trinity Lutheran Church, 318 SE Sheridan Rd.. Sheridan. Pastor Harold Roellig. Office 843-4747. home 623-3506. Sunday School 9 am. family worship service 10:30 am. United Methodist Church, Bridge St., Sheridan. 9:45-10:45 am. Worship 11 Morning Prayer daily, Friday 7:15-7:45 am. Mondays 7:00 pm. United Women: First month, 2:00 pm. Choir Wednesdays 6:30 pm, choir director. Pastor: Strobel. 843-2776. United Methodist Church, Sts.. Willamina. SundaY 9:30 am. Rev. Craig S. Strobel, Pastor. Grand Ronde: Worship 10-11 am. Rev. Jerry PeterS. THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE TO ATTEND YOUR CHOSEN HOUSE WORSHIP THIS SABBATH: THE CORNER STORE 112 W. MAIN STREET, WILLAMINA GRATIA B. Certified Public Accountant 104 West Main Street, P.O. Box 67, Sheridan, OR 97378 * THE SUN Printers & Publishers 249 S. Bridge, P.O. Box 68, Sheridan, OR 97378 843-23]