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Buswell poses y Patch in with some of her Grand Ronde. on watercolors ea S@:' now on display at her gallery next to --Photo by Leslie Newberry. opens Chainsaw theft I to arrest A Willamina Lumber employee had not worked in a week and need- ed some extra cash, but he went about it the wrong way. Kenneth J. Pack, 20, of 1150 Jef- ferson St. in Dallas was arrested by the Yamhill County Sheriff's Depart- ment early Feb. 14 and charged with stealing a chainsaw from his employ- er. According to a sheriff's report, Pack planned to sell the chainsaw in the Dallas area. Mike Larsen of Willamina Lumber reported the chainsaw stolen and led the sheriff's deputy to Pack's white pickup which was parked outside the fence surrounding the mill. The de- puties found the chainsaw with the letters "WLC" engraved on it on the floor of the passenger side of the pickup's cab. The doors of the pickup were locked, according to the report. Two unidentified Willamina Lum- ber employees said they saw Pack take the chainsaw outside the fence and walk with it toward his pickup. When Pack was later arrested at the scene, he told the dep~ty he took Wednesday, February 22, 1989, The Sun 3 Willamina High School forestry teacher Tom Hall stands in front of bus he will use to haul students to their classes in local woods. er olns By Mike Petrovsky Tom Hall is one new teacher who hasn't lost sight of his goal, no mat- ter how long it took to accomplish it. Hall, 28, was hired earlier this month as the new forestry instructor dents, "there's more to forestry than pulling chain." In the same breath, however. Hall said he realizes how important the men and women who pull green chain are to the industry as a whole. "But," he said, "you can't do it until By Leslie Newberry Valley Junction. There is dimension gallery with a sign "not for sale." the saw because he had not worked at Willamina High School. you become 64." wn sharing bright balloons in her work that goes beyond the "It reminds me of my trip," shein a week and needed some extra Hall embarked on his career after And just what else would Hall be YOung children. A toddler visual sensation of art--and stirs the explained. "I don't ,want to sell it. cash. he graduated from high school in the putting in the minds of Willamina's g her new dolly in front of deeper senses. It's just sentimental. Larsen explained the mill had southern Oregon community of Ban- future loggers. is!rodS tree. A country front The gallery's been open since last Buswell likes to paint on the spot. been having a problem with emplo- anza. Upon graduation he enrolled at "I want to expand their knowledge ~th flowers grown and spring although it was moved closer "I'll paint from a photo if forced to it, yees taking equipment and it was ru- Treasure Valley Community College of job opportunities in forestry and ~g along the trellises and to the Strawberry Patch in the fall. A but I prefer to paint from life," she mated that Pack and two other men in Ontario where he received a deg- give them a good background to go ICskets and buckets full of guest registry shows that visitors said. The subjects she enjoys most were involved in those thefts as well. ree in forestry in 1981 and worked on on when they get into the job market a seasonal basis for the Forest Ser- or decide to further their education," !hps, daisies, what have you. from as far away as Holland, are people. In her fifth year of Pack denied any knowledge or in-vice. But Hall issued this warning to IIs, dressed in dripping rain Norway, Australia and Alaska have painting watercolors now, it takes volvement in the other thefts, but But marriage took its toll on Hall's students contemplating taking his taadingunder an umbrella, seen Buswell's work. her an average of three hours from apologized to Larsenabout the career and he decided the pressures course: !fthese could be scenes out of While the gaUery offers alocation start to finish on a project, chainsaw, of buying a new refrigerator and "I'm not that hard to get along taary childhood, out of an to display and sell her paintings and According to Buswell, six of her Larsen suspended Pack from work other necessities of married life with. My motto is, 'If you want re- ~u2ire. That's probably why prints, Buswell also has a nationwide designs have been bought by a pending a company investigation,could only be accomplished if he took market for her work. national cross-stitch company, and Pack is scheduled to appear in Yam- a full-time job at a Klamath Falls spect, you got to give respect.' Atti- ~.,Uponily conjureSeeingupSUChfamiliarSCenes' "Prints are all over the Unitedcross-stitch pattern books are also hill County District Court on the sawmill. Nancy, his wife of seven tude plays a big part in my class- :eS and feelings: the joy of a States,England and Canada, for sale at the gallery, chargeon March 1 at l:lSp.m, years, also worked at the mill and the room." ,a . This spring the gallery will be Hall hopes he can impress on his [ Christmas morning, the Buswell said. "My strongest couple and their two children students the same goal-oriented atti- aromatic roses, a refreshing following is on the East Coast." given a facelift, resided with 011 a shady notch in August Indeed. Last year Buswell was barnwood and a false porch to match Few apply neverSeemedlostt°hisbe desired°ing toWell'continueBUt Hallhis tude he used to bring him and his eSso: :din. commissioned to paint a series of 10 the Strawberry Patch. family this far. that,~ watercolors for an individual in "We'll alsobe selling shortcake in for local offices footsteps.educati°n andHis fatherf°ll°w wasin hiSa father'Sforestry probably why Judy North Carolina. the gallery next season," BusweU instructor in southern Oregon for 10 Correction paints them and now Her naintin~ has also taken her to said. The gallery is open everyday o on March ballot years. Bruce aeet, Sheridan city admini- ,era at her watercolor historic and picturesque New during Strawberry Patch hours (8 So in 1986 he and his wife quitstrator, clarified a report in last ~Cated next to the Straw- Orleans A watercolor of a city street a.m. to 5 p.m. currently, and 8 p.m. The Feb. 16 deadline for filing for their jobs, allowing Hall to attend week's edition about a study regard- ~'h on Highway 18 west of corner and buildings hangs at the in summer), the March 28 election of district dir- ectors is over, and no position has Oregon State University in Corvallis. ing a motel in town and potential Going to school while working as a funding sources for new develop- S students honored Firewood permitsharem°re none.than one candidate and some ranch hand in Lakeview, Hall even- ment. He did not say flatly that the IY Monika Vollman senior class homecoming princess, at Hebo district haveF°ll°wingfiled: are the candidates who tuallYafter completingearned hlSstudentbachelor'Steachingdegreeat theCity studyC°UnCilasW°Uldreported.Pr°bablYThe discardcouncil eridan High School senior James Denton participates on the The Hebo Ranger District of theSheridan School District: Position the Amity school district under Roy was scheduled to consider the issue chosen students of the basketball, cross country and Siuslaw National Forest will resume 2, four-year term, Bob May. Whitman. again at its Feb. 21 meeting. d teacher of the month for football teams. James is also choir its weekend firewood cutting Willamina Fire District: Position "I'm goal oriented," said Hall ~ [ Lysa Saunders, James oresident and a member of Bridge program Feb. 25. 3, four-year term, Ron Pittman.who instructs 34 students in forestry SPRING and Larry Samples were Street, the SHS swing choir. The program will continue everySheridan Fire District: Position 1, at Willamina. By the way, he hopes ~ ~t~, ~ PAINT SALE [ as the most respected Mr. Samples serves as the other weekend thereafter through four-year term, Gary Hamptonl aosi- to expand that number next year. ~ Pratt & ] andteacher vice-principal and coaches thethe month of April. Under thistion 4, four-year term, Ray Rice. ao- Needless to say, a teacher's salary I _ ] Lambert paintsI Mers is a member of the varsity boys basketball team. He is program, firewood is made available sition 5, four-year term, Bruce Wiili- comes nowhere near what Hall made ] HkJ˘ I complete line I team, photoclub, and also the school's athletic director and on a rese~:vation basis only at $10.50 ams. at the mill, but as he tells his stu- I I of painting ] Was also chosen as the American government teacher, per cord. Willamina Fire District: P°siti°n I[ -- COIN &--STAMP~HoW - II ~ supplies[ For more information or to make 1, four-year term, no candidate. Po- II sat., March 4- 10 am to 6 pm II reservation, contact the Hebo sition 2, four-year term, Elmer~ SAFARI MOTEL ~ I Fl =-geral˘l s Ranger Station at 392-3161 between Werth. Position 4, four-year term, IF 345 N. Hwy. 99W, McMinnville "]1 I 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday VernonMosser. PositionS, four-year IJ BUY-SELL-TRADE ~[ I Hi .l'dwar(: through Friday, or write to District term, Richard Payne. II Free Admission-Public Welcome! IJ J 146 S. Bridge St., Sheridan J Ranger, Hebo Ranger District, Hebo Grand Ronde Sanitary District: " -- ,~" " ~__7 Oregon 97122. Four positions, no candidates. Homes in McMinnville Best Quality, Lowest Prices 17 years same location Where Hwy. 99W & 18 meet Saunders Stork stops Patti Swift of 105 NE Sheridan, announce son, Ryan Kelly, on e Community are Merv and Pat Ronde and Marjorie tad CARE OF inv ment you vitamins and s that help your ep on ticking! James Denton Chuck and Jin Hee Moore Jr. of Sitka, Alaska, announce the birth of a daugher, Amanda Rachelle, on Feb. 10. She weighed 6 lbs., 1 3/4oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Burch of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore St. of Sitka and Mrs. Mun Chon Sun of Seoul, Korea. E YOUR TICKER can't afford to lose. McMinnvllle Town Center 472-8118 ergy increase and heart diseas III marine )ncentrate carry a wide variety that are good for Perrydale Feed opens doors Perrydale Feed Co. has opened its manufacturing plant in Perrydale. In doors for business, the coming months, PFC plans Perrydale Feed Co. is a multi- significant upgrades to the existing faceted agri-business animal feed plant as well as the addition of new manufacturing company with a equipment. primary focus on servicing the local Anticipated sales in the second farm community as well as being the year of operation are expected to home of PRO-VET Pet Foods. exceed 5 million, making PFC the Perrydale Feed Co. has taken over largest pet food manufacturer in the the old Elliott Feed & Seed state. Universal Tube Gate 12' length; blue 1-3/4" tubing ACE BEST BUY: Kitchen Bags Z.Z ZJ Saturday, Feb. 25 Enter to win a weekend at Lincoln City, incl. meals and lodging. Other door- ! prizes also available. Need not be present to win. O OREGON MOVIETIME VIDEO 1505 S. Baker, McMinnville NEXT TO SUBWAY Rugged plastic kitchen bags with drawstring closure. 20 per box. paint finish Land O'Lakes Rolled Ration Valley Earth Potting Soil 1.5 cu.ft. Sale ends February 28, 1989 342 S. Bridge Street, Sheridan 843-3292 Monday-Friday 7:30-6, Saturday 8-5, Sunday 9-4