DL News Staff
In ancient Greece, Olympic champions were rewarded with wreaths of olives and amphoras (jars) of olive oil, so it seems appropriate to speak of olives and olive oil while the winter games are in progress in Italy. The history of the olive tree is interwoven with the history of man and its stories are every bit as fascinating. It is believed the olive tree was first cultivated in Palestine and Syria in the fourth millennium B.C. However, it was in Greece that the olive tree flourished, in part because it grew well in rocky soil that was not good for crops or pasture.
ACCOBEE-SHAUGABAY -- a boy, Darwin James Jr.; born February 7, 2006, weighing 9 lbs. 9 oz. to Diane Accobee and Darwin Shaugabay.
LINDGREN -- a boy, Zachary John; born February 6, 2006, weighing 8 lbs. 2 oz. to Danielle Vizenor and John Lindgren.
OKESON -- a girl, Ella Jane; born February 5, 2006, weighing 8 lbs. 4 oz. to Kristen Spaeth and James Okeson.
Nancy Fehrenbach, registered nurse of Skinovations Anti-aging and Skin Care Clinic located in Graystone Plaza in Detroit Lakes, has received certification in micro-pigmentation, completing the basic, intermediate and digital computer machine courses. Certification was recently received from Premier Institute in Dallas. This new technology provides computerization for the application of permanent eyeliner, lip liner, lip color and eyebrow colors. Fehrenbach brings over 25-years of nursing experience and certifications in aesthetic nursing practice. She can be reached at 218-639-0984.
The following Lake Country Human Resource Association members became certified in January by successfully completing the Human Resource Certification Institute examination: Senior professional in human resources: Natasha Nodsle, SJE-Rhombus. Sharlo Meyer, Team Industries Audubon. Vicki Lahlum, BTD Manufacturing. Dan Elton, Lake Region Electric Coop. Professionals in human resources: Teresa Johnson, Snappy/ADP. Theresa Halverson, Lake Region Electric Coop. In order to become certified, human resource members had to meet professional experience requirements, in ad
July 26, 1927-Feb. 14, 2006 Ordean "Al" Ladeen, 78, of Detroit Lakes, died Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at Emmanuel Nursing Home, Detroit Lakes. Al Ladeen was born to Fred and Maude (Gustophson) Ladeen on July 26, 1927 in Duluth, Minn., where he attended school for a few years before moving to Wright, Minn., where he continued his schooling. He then attended school in Cromwell, Minn., graduating from Cromwell High School. Al served in the Army Air Corps from 1946-49. Following his discharge from the service he moved to Aurora, Minn., where he worked for his father's construction company.
Oct. 2, 1918-Feb. 14, 2006 Charles H. "Charlie" Rew, 87, of Frazee, died Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at the Frazee Care Center. Charles Henry Rew was born to Carl and Margaret (Earley) Rew on Oct. 2, 1918 in Otter Tail County. He grew up near Vergas, later moving with his family near Frazee when he was 12 years of age. Charlie graduated from Frazee High School in 1938. Following graduation he worked on a farm north of Lake Park, and on the family farm near Frazee. Charlie served in the U.S.
Feb. 21, 1926-Feb. 15, 2006 Delores L. "Dot" Schmid, 79, of Frazee, died on Wednesday, February 15, 2006 in the Perham Memorial Nursing Home. Delores Lorraine Kahle was born the daughter of William and Anna Marie (Grieve) Kahle on Feb. 21, 1926 in Detroit Lakes, where she was born and attended school, graduating from Detroit Lakes High School. She moved to Omaha, Neb., where she worked as a bookkeeper. Dot married Gale Schmid on Dec. 13, 1946. They moved to Trinidad, Colo., and then to Excelsior, Minn.
Oct. 22, 1949-Feb. 12, 2006 James "Chopper" Anick, 56, of Pelican Rapids, died in his sleep on Sunday, February 12, 2006, after a lengthy battle with leukemia. Jim, the son of Steve and Ruth Anick of Hermantown, Minn., was born on Oct. 22, 1949, in Duluth, Minn. He graduated from Hermantown High School in 1968. For the last 23 years, Jim was a resident of Pelican Rapids, where he worked for the Department of Agriculture up until his death.