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You Are Invited Friday, October 20th 10:00 am For the opening of our new Salvation Army Family Services office at 900 N. Cliff Avenue Our dream of creating a more welcoming and inviting place for those who come to us in need has become a reality.

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For A Great Career Move, All Roads Lead To

We have an immediate opening for a Full Time Diesel Technician

This position performs general and complex mechanical repairs on buses and other equipment. The ideal candidate will have significant fleet maintenance experience Wage: Based on skill level. Quarterly ASE bonuses paid to qualified technicians. Requirements: Good driving record, able to pass a physical, drug screen and background check. Company will provide training for CDL license. Must be at least 21.

This Position Offers Many Benefits Including: 401K, Clothing Allowance, Holiday, Vacation, Health, Dental & Life Insurance and Tool Allowance Apply in person at:

Sioux Area Metro 500 E. Sixth St., Sioux Falls, SD 57103 or call (605) 367-7151 for additional information. SAM is an EO employer.


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PRICES GOOD OCTOBER AT SIOUX FALLS & BRANDONSTORES STORES ONLY! ONLY! PRICES GOOD AUGUST 9-12,11-14, 20172017 AT SIOUX FALLS & BRANDON

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2 $ 79 2 $ 49 3 $ 19

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lb.

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Fresh Boston Butt Pork Shoulder Roast

lb.

Frozen 3 lb. or 5 lb. chubs

85% Ground Beef....................... Frozen

2 99¢

$ 47

Whole Chickens ...........................

lb.

lb.

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Oscar Mayer

1$ 39

$ 77

Fresh Boneless

lb.

Pork Sirloin Chops

lb.

Pork Sirloin Boneless Roasts

1

lb.

1 77¢

$ 49

Chopped Ham, Ham & Cheese, Turkey

Cold Meats ...................16 oz. pkg. Oscar Mayer Bologna or Cotto Salami ............. 16 oz. pkg.

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Saltine Crackers................................ Cottonelle 12 double roll

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Davis Artisan Fair & Flea Market Vendors From All Over Set Up Throughout Downtown Davis, SD & Inside The American Legion. FREE For All! Antiques, Upcycled, Vintage Clothing, Woodworking, Paintings, Crafts, Metal Works, Baked Items & Jams, Jewelry, Doohickeys And Thingamajigs! Marge’s Antiques & Solace Farm Are Open And Davis Bar Is Hosting Wine Tasting! Saturday, October 14th 9:00 AM Until 3:00 PM.

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Greetings Readers, We’ve got a lot in this week’s Shopping News! Get ready for Hunting Season with our Sportsman’s Guide. Plus, get your little goblins going with our Halloween Shopping Guide. Plus, check out new careers in Super Employment.

TRY TO HELP OTHERS EVERY DAY

...and Don't Be Concerned About Who Helps You If you find that you are unhappy, the fastest way to joy is finding someone you can help. The fundamental truth that there is great joy in giving without expectation is aptly reflected by these two quotes: “There is a wonderful, mystical law of nature that the 3 things man craves the most in life – happiness, freedom, and peace of mind – are always attained by giving them to someone else.” ~ Peyton Conway “It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely help another without helping himself.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson As a practical matter, these key ideas in today’s network driven, social environment are even more important. • Be generous and have a giving spirit. Don’t think ‘what’s in it for me’ but rather ‘what’s in it for you?’ • Give good referrals without expectation • Have a sincere desire to help others • Always be prepared to help others regardless of who they are • The joys and surprises of giving without expectation extend beyond people

THE ART OF GIVING

We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the heart: Love, kindness, joy, understanding, sympathy, tolerance, forgiveness. We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the mind: Ideas, dreams, purposes, ideals, principles, plans, projects, poetry. We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the spirit: Prayer, vision, beauty, aspiration, peace, faith. We give of ourselves when we give the gift of words: Encouragement, inspiration, guidance. "Rings and jewels are not gifts, but apologies. The only true gift is a portion of thyself." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News


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Massive Tool Sale Oct. 11th & 14th 5600 W. 50th St. Over 1000 Items. Tablesaw, Air Compressor, Power Washer, Power Tools, Router & Bits, Clamps, 10ft Ladder, Garden Tools, Work Benches And Carts, Oil Cans, Collectible Toys. Sale Tables Will Be Sold On Saturday. Moving To An Apartment. Troy BILT Snow Blower 8 HP 24”, 2 New Tires, Protective Vinyl “Cab” Run’s Great 605-254-0589 $450

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DEAR PAW'S CORNER: How do I register my older cats as support animals? Do I have to register them with the state? I've had them since they were rescue kittens and couldn't imagine a day without them. -- Linda in Wisconsin DEAR LINDA: There is no requirement to register any pet as a support animal, and there is no "official" registry for support and therapy pets. Do not get sucked into paying money to any online "registry" that says you have to do it. However, you should have something that identifies your cats as support animals, so that you can travel with them and keep them in otherwise pet-free

apartments. The most accepted document is a letter from a doctor or therapist stating that you need a support animal. Most airlines will accept this document, as do most landlords or apartment managers. The letter does not need to specify the condition for which you need support. Apartment communities that are up to date with housing regulations are likely to have a clause in their lease stating what they will accept as proof of a support animal. Go to www.hud.gov for the latest guidelines on support and therapy pets in housing. Now, here's my caveat: Support and therapy pets are NOT service animals. They do not fall un-

der ADA rules regarding service animals. Stores, restaurants and airlines do NOT have to let them inside or on board. However, many businesses are accommodating support animals, because it's a gray area right now. It's important, therefore, to be a good steward when traveling with your pet. Keep small pets in carriers next to you. Make sure support dogs' obedience training is on point. If you're concerned about your pets' behavior in public, consider leaving them at home. Send your questions or pet tips to ask@pawscorner.com. © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.


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*36th ANNUAL BAZAAR* HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 1700 S Cliff Ave, Sioux Falls Saturday, October 14th 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM Crafts, Christmas Items, Baked Goods, Lefse, Grandma’s Attic, Rolls, Coffee & Lunch, BBQ’s, Potato Salad & Pie Everyone Welcome! Davis Artisan Fair & Flea Market Vendors From All Over Set Up Throughout Downtown Davis, SD & Inside The American Legion. FREE For All! Antiques, Upcycled, Vintage Clothing, Woodworking, Paintings, Crafts, Metal Works, Baked Items & Jams, Jewelry, Doohickeys And Thingamajigs! Marge’s Antiques & Solace Farm Are Open And Davis Bar Is Hosting Wine Tasting! Saturday, October 14th 9:00 AM Until 3:00 PM. Grass Fed Beef Available And Grass Fed Lamb In The Fall •Beef Sold By The Quarter •Can Deliver 605-447-5888 ISO 40 To 50 Foot

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ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH

A fine declarer, besides playing his cards well, does everything he can to induce the defenders to make a mistake. Take this case where declarer combined both qualities to make a doubled contract that seemed doomed from the start. West led a club, taken by dummy’s ace, and South faced his first problem — how to handle the spades so as to lose only one trump trick. (He also had two heart and two diamond losers to worry about.)

After deciding that East had the trump ace but probably not A-J-x, declarer led a low spade from dummy. East went up with the ace and played the diamond ace, hoping West had the king and could give him a ruff. But when West produced the deuce on the ace, denying the king, East returned the king of clubs instead, ruffed by South. Declarer now made the key play when he led a low heart to the ace, West following suit with the seven and East the four. It was a very innocent-looking play that might have caught anyone asleep at the switch. But East was soon to learn why South had taken the ace so early in the proceedings. Declarer next cashed the spade and diamond queens, preparing for the situation he hoped now existed. His efforts were amply rewarded when he led a heart from dummy, forcing East to win with the king. East had only clubs left and had to lead one, allowing South to dispose of his jack of hearts while ruffing in dummy. Declarer then claimed the rest to make four spades doubled. Had South disclosed his intentions by drawing trumps and cashing the K-Q of diamonds before playing the ace of hearts, East might have jettisoned his king under the ace and thereby defeated the contract. Perhaps East should have done that anyway, but South’s smooth-as-silk operation caught him completely by surprise. © 2017 King Features Syndicate Inc.

Market On 18 In Davis OPEN Saturday, October 21st 8:00am-1:00pm Single Stage Ariens Snow Blower. Like New - Used Very Little! Call: 605-361-6007 Or 605-366-5498 For Sale: Frigidaire Stackable Washer/ Dryer. CASH ONLY $400.00 Call: 605-360-8339 Moving! •Headboard For Double Bed •Mikita 10” Mitre Saw •Antique Underwood Typewriter (Working) •Small Flat Screen TV •80x35 Corner Cabinet •Bissell Carpet Shampooer 605-336-7058 Deals Direct Copies Available At All HyVee, Lewis And Other Racks Where Shopping News Are Racked. Also Available At Shopping News Outside Racks @ 4005 South Western Ave. ALL NEW/NEVER USED For Sale 6’ 4x4 Redwood Posts At $6 Each Also 6” Wide-3/8” Thick Western Red Cedar Siding In 12’ To 20’ Lengths At $.25 Cents Per Running Foot Also Works Very Well For Privacy Fences & Interior Rustic Wall Covering Call 605-692-7261 Deals Direct Copies Available At All HyVee, Lewis And Other Racks Where Shopping News Are Racked. Also Available At Shopping News Outside Racks @ 4005 South Western Ave.

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Weekly SUDOKU October 9, 2017

tage of your generosity. But before your sensitivity toward others overwhelms your good sense, check his or her story out carefully. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your strong Scorpian sense of fairness lets you see all sides of a dispute. Continue to remain impartial as you help each person work through his or her particular grievance. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Trust your keen Sagittarian insight to help you see through an offer that might not be all it claims. A closer look could reveal disturbing elements. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) With the Goat exhibiting a more dominant aspect these days, you could find it easier to make your case in front of even the most skeptical audience. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Take things nice and easy as you continue to build up your energy reserves for a big change that’s coming with the full Hunter’s Moon on Oct. 29. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Recent news from someone you trust could help you make an important decision. Also, be prepared to confront an upcoming change in a personal situation. BORN THIS WEEK: You can be firm in your own views, but also flexible enough to welcome the views of others.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You’re eager to Ram headfirst into that new project. But before you do, find out why some of your colleagues might not appear to be as gung-ho about it as you are. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) All that dedicated hard work you’ve been putting in pays off better than you expected. So go ahead, reward yourself with something befitting a beautyloving Bovine. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) It’s a good time to take on that new challenge. And if your self-confidence is sagging, instead of telling yourself why you can’t do it, list all the reasons why you can. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) This is one time when you might want to put some distance between you and the job at hand. It will give you a better perspective on what you’ve done and still need to do. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Resist that occasional lapse into Leonine laziness that sometimes overtakes the Big Cat. Don’t cut corners. Do the job right at this time, or you might have to redo it later. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) You know how you like to do things. And that’s fine. But watch that you don’t impose your methods on others. A current financial crunch soon eases. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Someone might try to take advan-

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Hy-Vee Honors Sioux Falls Employees for Service Milestones

More than 2,500 Hy-Vee, Inc. employees will be honored this month for their years of providing helpful smiles and dedication to the company. Each year, employees from across Hy-Vee’s eight-state region gather together at a series of Service Award celebrations, which recognizes employees’ career milestones in fiveyear increments, from five to 45 years and beyond. These festivities have been a Hy-Vee tradition for more than 50 years. Attendees receive gifts and personal congratulations from top company executives, including Hy-Vee Chairman, CEO and President Randy Edeker. The 7 Sioux Falls Hy-Vee has 92 Hy-Vee Service Award recipients this year. Those reaching service milestones of 20 year or more are: • Sallie Freeman, 20 years

• Mike Masur, 30 years

• Joel Marotz, 20 years

• Dan Rost, 30 years

• Belinda Nogelmeier,

• Luke Seeman, 30 years

20 years

• Rebecca Valker, 25 years

• Donna Steever, 30 years

• Nate Swalley, 20 years

• Julie Willett, 25 Years

• Brad Wersal, 30 years

• Andy Sutton, 20 years

• Joe McCann, 30 years

• Ray Bowman, 35 years

• Jamie Tabbert, 20 years

• Karla Dannen, 30 years

• Mike Noah, 35 years

• Jacque Hogie, 25 years

• Wade Hanson, 30 years

• Scott Ramharter, 35 years

• David Jensen, 25 years

• Jeff Kellogg, 30 years

• Bob Vandenover, 40 years

Hy-Vee Inc. is an employee-owned corporation operating more than 240 retail stores across eight Midwestern states with sales of $9.8 billion annually. The supermarket chain is synonymous with quality, variety, convenience, healthy lifestyles, culinary expertise and superior customer service. Hy-Vee ranks in the Top 10 Most Trusted Brands and has been named one of America’s Top 5 favorite grocery stores. The company’s 85,000 employees provide “A Helpful Smile in Every Aisle” to customers every day. For additional information, visit www.hy-vee.com.

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SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING #HP5596 (19) 3616 P LINCOLN COUNTY I-29 Corridor Study – Exit 62 (US 18) to Exit 73 (Tea) Study of current conditions and future needs regarding lanes and interchanges Date: October 24, 2017 Time: 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (Presentation at 5:45 PM) Place: Tea Middle School Commons 505 West Brian Street Tea, South Dakota The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) will hold the first of two planned open house style public meetings to discuss and receive input on the above project. The meeting will be informal and provide opportunity for one-on-one discussion with SDDOT planning staff. A presentation will take place at 5:45 p.m. Afterwards, SDDOT, city, and county staff will be available to discuss current and future needs in the corridor. During this time, you will also have the opportunity to present written comments. A website has also been set up at www.I29corridorstudy.com Notice is further given to individuals with disabilities that this open house meeting is being held in a physically accessible place. Any individuals with disabilities who will require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the open house meeting should submit a request to the department’s ADA Coordinator at 605-773-3540 or 1-800-877-1113 (Telecommunication Relay Services for the Deaf). Please request the accommodations no later than 2 business days prior to the meeting in order to ensure accommodations are available. All persons interested in this corridor study are invited to attend this meeting to share your views and concerns any time between 5:30p.m. and 7:00 p.m. For further information regarding this project, contact Steve Gramm, Planning Engineer at (605) 773-6641 or by email at steve.gramm@state.sd.us. Notice published twice at the total approximate cost of $553.80.

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Annie Nguyen Stensland Annie Nguyen Stensland, 62, died Friday, September 29, 2017. Visitation was at 12 PM with the family present from 2 to 5 PM on Sunday, October 1, 2017, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Avenue. A Funeral Mass was held at 10 AM on Monday, October 2, 2017, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. A complete obituary is available at www.millerfh.com. DeAnna Merryfield DeAnna Merryfield, 55, died Friday, September 29, 2017. Funeral services were at 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Spring Valley Lutheran Church, rural Viborg. Visitation with family present was from 5-7PM Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017 at the Hofmeister Jones Funeral Chapel, Viborg. www.hofmeisterjones.com Zachary Nicks Zachary Nicks, 22, passed away Thursday, September 29, 2017. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at the St. Agnes Catholic Church in Vermillion. Visitation was Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017 from 5-7 PM at the Hansen Funeral Home in Vermillion. HansenFuneralHome.com Troy Sorensen, Sr. Troy Sorensen, Sr. 51, passed away on September 28, 2017. A celebration of life visitation was held Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 5:00-9:00 PM at Anderson Jones Corcoran Harrisburg Funeral Chapel. www. harrisburgfuneral.com Leon Thompson Leon Thompson, 79, passed away Saturday, September 30, 2017. Funeral services were at 2PM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Romsdal Lutheran Church, rural Beresford. Visitation was from 4-8PM Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017 at Wass Funeral Home in Beresford with the family present from 6-8PM and a prayer service at 7PM. wassfuneralhome.com Ruth Stacia Bonath Ruth Stacia Kroeger Bonath, 83, passed away on Sept. 26, 2017. Medina Valley United Methodist Church was open at 9:30 AM prior to the Memorial Service on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 10:30 AM. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall. Inurnment was private at Fort Sam National Cemetery in San Antonio, TX. Memorials may be made in Ruth's memory to the Medina Valley UMC Memorial Fund. Arrangements by Tondre-Guinn Funeral Home. Visit www.tondre-guinn.com

Donald "Don" Hager Donald "Don" Duane Hager, 91, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. Memorial services celebrating Don's life were held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls, SD; burial was at Parkston Protestant Cemetery. Visitation was at 5 PM on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls with his family present to greet friends from 5-7 PM. A more complete obituary is available at www.georgeboom.com Obed J. Hofer Obed J. Hofer, 87, died Fri., Sept. 29, 2017. His funeral service was at 10 AM Wed., Oct. 4, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5 PM Tues., Oct. 3, 2017 at the funeral home, where the family was present to greet friends from 5-7 PM. Obit and online guestbook at www. georgeboom.com. Sharon K. Koens Sharon Kay Koens, age 82, passed away on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. Funeral services were at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, October 3, 2017, at the Zion Lutheran Church, Garretson. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00 PM Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 at the Minnehaha Funeral Home, Garretson. minnehahafuneralhome.com Susan (Mutziger) Meyer Susan (Mutziger) Meyer, age 67, passed away on Thursday, September 28, 2017. A memorial service was held 10:00 AM, Saturday, October 7, 2017 at Sioux Falls First Assembly of God, 6300 W. 41st St. in Sioux Falls. The family was present for visitation from 2:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at Bittner Funeral Chapel 805 West Havens Avenue in Mitchell. www. millerfh.com Dean Richard Stich Dean Richard Stich, 54, passed away on Saturday, September 23, 20. A private memorial will be held at a later date. Cathleen Zimmerman Cathleen Zimmerman, age 62, passed away Thursday, September 28, 2017. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at the United Church of Christ (Congregational), Yankton. Private family interment of her cremated remains was in the Yankton Cemetery, Yankton, SD. Visitations was 5 to 7 PM, Monday, October 2, 2017 at the Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home & Crematory, Yankton, SD and 1 hour prior to the service at the church. On line condolences may be sent at: www. opsahl-kostelfuneralhome.com. Janice Ramsley Janice Ramsley, 78, died Thursday, September 28, 2017. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Sunday, October 1, 2017 at the Viborg Community Center, Viborg with burial at the Holland Cemetery, rural Centerville. Arrangements by Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home. www. hofmeisterjones.com

Norma Riley Norma Riley passed away Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017. Visitation was 4-6 PM Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 at Chapel Hill Funeral Home. Funeral service was at 10:30 AM Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 at Grace Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Full obit chapelhillfuneralhome.com Michael C. Schryver Michael C. Schryver, age 64, passed away on September 27, 2017. His funeral service was held Monday, October 2, 2017 at 3:00 PM at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis. Non-immediate family gathered at the Rotunda at the cemetery prior to the service. Immediate family gathered at the Blacks Hills Funeral Home in Sturgis, at 2:00 PM on October 2, 2017 prior to the 3:00 PM service. Dan Thelen Dan Thelen, 64, died Sunday, September 24, 2017. His funeral mass was celebrated at 11 AM October 2, 2017 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Huron with burial in St. Patrick's Catholic Cemetery, Montrose. Visitation was from 1 - 5 PM Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church with his family present from 2 to 5 PM. There was a Scripture Service and Rosary at 5 PM Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Arrangements are under the direction of Kuhler Funeral Home. LeRoy "Bud" Donahoe LeRoy "Bud" Donahoe, 90, died September 30, 201. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00 - 7:00 PM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. A funeral Mass was said at 10:00 AM Thursday, October 5, 2017 at The Cathedral of St. Joseph, with burial at St. Michael Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Alzheimer's Association SD Chapter or the American Heart Association. www.millerfh.com Helen Berntson Helen L. Berntson, 98, passed away Sunday, October 1, 2017. A Celebration of Life was held at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Vermillion. Visitation with family present was an hour prior to the service at the church. Private family burial of ashes was alongside those of her husband at 2:00 PM, at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, rural Vermillion on Wednesday. Kober Funeral Home of Vermillion has been entrusted with the services. Condolences may be posted online to www. koberfuneralhome.com. Denis Bruggeman Denis Edward Bruggeman, 79, died on Sunday October 1, 2017. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial was held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Sioux Falls. Denis' family was present to greet friends for visitation from 5-7 PM on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls with a Liturgical Wake Service and Holy Rosary at 7 PM. A more complete obituary is available at georgeboom.com.

Dolores Hansen Dolores (Dee) Irene Hansen passed away on October 1, 2017. A memorial service for Dee was on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 11:00 AM at East Side Lutheran Church. The family was present to greet friends from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at Heritage Funeral Home. www.heritagesfsd.com. Evelyn Hodgson Evelyn Gladys Hodgson, 95, passed away September 26, 2017. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 1:00 PM in Halladay-Peterson Chapel at Dow Rummel, Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present was on Friday, October 13, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 PM at Heritage Funeral Home, 4800 S. Minnesota Ave., Sioux Falls. A private interment will be in Restlawn Memory Gardens at Huron, at a later time. Memorials to Dow Rummel Village Foundation, 1321 Dow Rummel St., SF, SD 57104 or Mary Jo Wagner Arboretum, 1900 S. Perry Pl., SF, SD 57110. www.heritagesfsd.com Ruth Pollman Ruth Pollman, 87, passed away Sept. 30, 2017. Memorial services were at Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 11 AM at Hutterthal Mennonite Church of rural Freeman. Visitation and viewing were Thursday from 9-10 AM at the church prior to the service. Walter's Funeral Home.

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Lemoine Peter Jensen Lemoine P. Jensen, 91, died Sunday, October 1, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Thursday, October 5, 2017 at Spring Valley Lutheran Church, rural Viborg with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation with family present was from 5-7 PM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at the church with a Prayer Service at 7:00 PM. www.hofmeisterjones.com Debra Jean Schwiesow Debra J. Schwiesow, 64, died September 30, 2017. Visitation was at 1:00 PM on Saturday, October 7, 2017 with funeral services at 2:00 PM at the Zion Lutheran Church in Chamberlain. Burial was in the Riverview Cemetery at Chamberlain. William Smith William Smith, 76, passed away September 7, 2017. Arrangements pending at Hills of Rest in Sioux Falls.

Troy Sorensen, Sr. Troy Sorenson, 51, passed away Sept. 28, 2017. A celebration of life service was October 4, 2017 from 5-9PM with prayer service at 7PM at Anderson Jones Corcoran Harrisburg Funeral Chapel. www.harrisburgfuneral. com Geneva Hauck Geneva Hauck, 86, died September 30, 2017. Funeral services were 10:00 AM, October 6, 2017 at The Cathedral of St. Joseph, SF. Family present visitation was 5-7PM with prayer service & Rosary at 6:30 PM on October 5, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home 507 S. Main Ave., SF. millerfh.com Tracy L. Sittig Tracy Lynne Sittig-Coyle, 46, died October 2, 2017. Memorial services were at 1PM October 7, 2017 at Miller Southside Funeral Home. Visitation with family was 11AM to 1PM Oct. 7, 2017 at the Southside Chapel. millerfh.com

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Pro Contracting Is: Looking To Hire Concrete Finishers, Wall Form Setters And General Laborers. Qualified Applicants Can Expect Year Round Work On Agricultural And Commercial Projects. Pay Doe Email Resume To: codykoerner@hotmail.com Or Call: 605-770-8350 REISCH TRUCKING INC Is Currently Looking For A Few Good OTR Drivers. We Pull All Dry Vans Drop And Hook At The Plants Most Loads Have 5 To 15 Stops On Them. Start @ $.40 A Mile Drop Pay $25 A Drop Health Care After 90 Days Call: 800-442-2579 Roofing Sheet Metal Foreman Wanted Top Wages Paid DOE Call 605-940-7266 WHEN PLACING your ad in the Shopping News, Please write your telephone number and/or address carefully!! We cannot be responsible for ads that are illegible, or where customer supplied the wrong information. Thank you! Ad deadline Monday at 1:00 p.m.

We Are A Commercial Roofing Applicator. We Have Been In Business For About 5 Years And Are Looking For Some More Employees. This A Full Time Position. We Work All Through The Winter And Summer So You Don’t Have To Be Worried About Finding Winter Work. You Must Be Able To Lift A Minimum Of 50lbs And Not Be Afraid Of Heights. Wages Are Negotiable Based On Previous Experience, Workability, And General Construction Knowledge. We Work In The Sioux Falls Area But We Also Travel. We Are Located In Dell Rapids. Per Diem Is Provided When Traveling Over Night. If Interested Contact Patrick (605)251-0094 Or Jerry (605)212-0459

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Drivers: Myles Lorentz Inc. Has Late Season And Winter Work Available. Immediate Openings For: Belly Dump Drivers Pay Starts At $25.00/hr. Class A CDL, Medical Card, Drug Test And Clean Driving Record Required. Must Be Able To Travel. Apply At: www.myleslorentz.com Or Call Rod For More Info At: 507-625-3886

BLUE BEACON TRUCK WASH Is Now Hiring Easily Motivated People To Join Our Team. *Fun Team Atmosphere *Daily Bonus Incentives *Paid Weekly *Opportunity For Advancement *Flexible Hours *Paid Vacation *401(k) Plan *Heated Wash Bay *$14 Please Apply In Person At: Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls 5307 N Cliff [Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90] We Drug Test EOE

EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047

UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373. Colton Assisted Living Has Openings For • Full Time Med Aide Days • Full Time RA, Overnight Hiring Bonus Of $500 For Full Time And $250 For Part Time Will Train Appropriate Applicant. Nights Must Be At Least 18 Must Be Able To Manage Multiple Priorities, Have A Strong Commitment To Quality, Service, And The Safety Of Our Residents. Must Have The Ability To Work Well Independently As Well As Part Of A Team While Maintaining A Positive Attitude. Stop In Or Call Karla At 605-446-3603.

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Thousands of costumeclad children will embark on treat-finding missions in neighborhoods all across the country this Halloween. Everyone wants their Halloween festivities to be fun, but it is important that trick-or-treaters and their chaperones prioritize safety as well. The child welfare organization Safe Kids says that twice as many child pedestrians are killed while walking on Halloween compared to other days of the year. In addition, the National Safety Council states that darting out or running into the road accounts for about 70 percent of pedestrian deaths or injuries among children between the ages of five and nine and about 47 percent of incidents for kids between the ages of 10 and 14. Ensuring trick-or-treating youngsters are visible to motorists can make Halloween safer for everyone involved. The American Academy of Pediatrics and other safety groups suggest the following strategies for safe trick-or-treating. · Supervise the festivities. Adults should chaperone young trick-or-treaters who are unlikely to be focused on safety in the midst of Halloween excitement. · Use reflective tape or LED lights. Dark costumes coupled with twilight can

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from 6pm -12am held at the District, 4521 W Empire Pl. Admission is $35-$75. Our 2017 Angels of Light Benefit continues to be our most special event yet, as we will celebrate amazing growth within our organization. We will once again acknowledge the work that this organization has done in our local community and the honor of being able to help individuals and families right here in the Sioux Empire region. Benefit will start at 6pm followed by the Lauren Alaina concert at 9pm. • Harvest Festival – Saturday, October 14 from 11am-5pm held at the Strawbale Winery, 47215 257th St., Renner, SD 57055. Admission is free. We are done with harvest! Super day of fun to show you how grateful we are that you are our customers! Art, Wine, Food, Wine, Games, Wine, Fun, Wine Games, Pumpkin painting for kids, Discounts on 6 paks of wines, and Much More. Great food vendors will be here also. Relax, sit back and listen to Live Music all day. All outdoors in beautiful South Dakota. For more information, call For More Information: (605) 543-5071. • Craft Fair & Bake Sale – Satur-

day, Oct. 21 from 9am-3pm. Held at the St. Lambert School, 1000 S Bahnson Ave. It is the largest homemade/handcrafted Craft Fair in Sioux Falls! We have over 80 vendors selling their goods and more vendors registering. Come see and buy from our wonderful vendors, enjoy a baked good and stay for lunch! We will be glad to see you!! All proceeds benefit St. Lambert Elementary School. Do you want to sell your items at this Craft Fair? All items must be homemade/handcrafted - no book/magazine/multi-level company or food sales. Please contact jen2.craftfair@gmail. com to confirm if still accepting vendors and for an application! • The South Dakota Country Music Hall of Fame Fundraiser – Saturday October 14, 2017 at 122 S. Main in Lennox at the South Dakota Country Music & Opry House. A spaghetti supper with salad and extras will be held from 3 pm to 6 pm with music to begin at 6 pm by the “Suns of the West” (the Bagaus family band formerly of Milbank) and the Dakota Country Pickers. Whitey Boettcher, drummer for the pickers, has been struggling due to medical and cancer hardships and needs a new drum throne. Cathy Kayl is a teacher for the Rosa Parks Elementary school, and her class is need of little children head phones. Cathy is also the daughter of Steve Ransom, 2006 hall of famer. We want to help both of these folks out and have a good time doing it.

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and crafts for birth to 7 years, appearances by “Everyday Heroes”, live storybook readings, literacy information and resources for parents and more! For more information, call (605) 336-2095. • 2017 Autumn Festival, An Arts and Crafts Affair – Friday, Oct. 27 from 11am-9pm; Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9am7pm and Sunday, Oct. 29 from 10am-5pm. Held at the Denny Sanford Premier Center Arena & Convention Center, 1201 N. West Ave. Admission: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors, Children Under 10 are

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Any donations for the fundraiser will be appreciated and please come and hear this great musical performance. Contact Wini at (605) 310-2441. On Facebook south dakota country music hall of fame. Web: www.southdakotacountrymusichalloffame.org • The Dakota Opry – Sunday, Oct. 15 held at the American Legion in Tea from 4-6pm. • Pancake Benefit – Sunday, Oct. 15 starting at 7:30 am held at the SF Convention Center. We’ve moved our Pancake Benefit to the Fall! Join us for this 26th annual event, as Chris Cakes serves up all the pancakes you can eat, plus sausage and beverage. “Inspirations” will sell their jewelry and craft items, The Ambassadors will have Rada Knives on sale, and a whole host of vendors will give you an early shot at Christmas shopping! Tickets are $7 in advance, $8 at the door. Kids 5 and under eat free. Order your tickets below or get them at any Nyberg’s Ace! This year’s proceeds will provide breakfasts and lunches for low-income adults with disabilities, as well as specialized training needed for children and adults with specific support needs. • Free History Talk – The Public is invited by the Minnehaha County Historical Society on Thursday, Oct. 19 to the Old Courthouse Museum for the Free History Talk at 7:00 pm., “Images & Stories of Circus Parades & Life under The Big Top”. Jack Stengel will bring posters, photos of his clown costumes while in white face and share other circus artifacts. Come share your circus memories. 200 W 6th St Sioux Falls, SD 605-951-9200 Email info@minnehahahistory.org or Like us on facebook for more information. • 14th Annual Soup, Sandwich & Sweets Day – October 26, sponsored by Project CAR. Three soups, pork loin sandwiches and homemade desserts will be featured on the menu. Serving will be from 11am-1:30pm and 4:30-7:30pm. The event will be held at First Lutheran Church, 327 South Dakota Avenue. Take out available. For more information, call (605) 332-2777. • Sioux Empire United Way’s 17th Annual Reading Festival – Saturday, October 21 from 9am -12pm held at the Ramkota Exhibit Hall, 3200 W Maple St. Admission is free. “Hero UP With a Good Book!” This FREE event includes: A free book for every child who attends, entertainment by Phil Baker, children’s activities

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HOLLYWOOD — Matt Damon has two big films coming out: “Downsizing,” directed by Alexander Payne, co-starring two-time Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz and Kristen Wiig (due Oct. 27); and “Suburbicon,” directed by George Clooney and co-starring Oscar-winner Julianne Moore (out Dec. 22). Now he’ll produce and star in “Charlatan” (based on Pope Brocks’ 2008 bestseller), in which Damon plays real-life doctor John R. Brinkley, who was accused in 1918 of causing several deaths because of his botched procedures used to cure impotency. *** “Dancing with the Stars” should be called just “Dancing,” or maybe “Dancing with the Pros.” This season even the professional dancers are more famous than the so-called stars. I recognized “98 Degrees” Nick Lachey from his crazy marriage to Jessica Simpson, but could barely recognize his wife, Vanessa (Minnillo) Lachey, from “Entertainment Tonight” reporting and the short-lived Fox series “Dads.” Also, singer Debbie Gibson was an ‘80s pop star, and Frankie Nunez of “Malcolm in the Middle” (2000-06) faded some time ago. Most viewers enjoy watching the dancing and the process of getting there, so either get real stars or stop calling it “Dancing with the STARS”! *** Who’d have thought a guy sitting behind a desk, ranting about current events for 30 minutes, once a week, could beat Colbert, Corden, Kimmel and Samantha Bee as Best Talk Show Host this year. John Oliver won three Emmys for writing “The Daily Show”; one in 2015 for his HBO show “Last Week with John Oliver”; two in 2016 and the three this year (the other two for writing for variety talk and outstanding interactive program). So much for the 90-minute, five times a week talk format. Meanwhile, Benedict Cumberbatch, who lost “his” Oscar (for “The

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Matt Damon Imitation Game”) to Eddie Redmayne (“The Theory of Everything”), has won only one Emmy (in 2014) from five nominations, including this year for playing Sherlock Holmes. *** Hedy Lamarr — the hot screen siren in classic films such as 1933’s “Ecstasy” (also the name of her bestselling book), “Algiers” (1938) with Charles Boyer, “Ziegfeld Girl” (1941) with Lana Turner and Judy Garland, and Cecil B. DeMille’s epic “Samson and Delilah” (1949) with Victor Mature — was more than just another sex symbol. Diane Kruger will play Lamarr in a mini-series about her inventions (especially a frequency-hopping radio signal) that led to the creation of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, which she wasn’t recognized for until long after her death. She’s probably better known for when Harvey Korman, playing Hedley Lamarr, in Mel Brooks “Blazing Saddles” (1974), constantly said, “Hedley Lamarr, not Hedy Lamarr!” Had she lived, she would have been in sheer “Ecstasy,” as we are with the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi she gave us!

1. It ............................................. (R) Bill Skarsgard, Jaeden Lieberher 2. American Made ..................... (R) Tom Cruise, Domhnall Gleeson 3. Kingsman: The Golden Circle ..................... (R) Taron Egerton, Colin Firth 4. The Lego Ninjago Movie ....(PG) animated 5. Flatliners ........................ (PG-13) Ellen Page, Diego Luna 6. Battle of the Sexes ......... (PG-13) Emma Stone, Steve Carell 7. American Assassin ................ (R) Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton 8. Home Again ................... (PG-13) Reese Witherspoon, Nat Wolff 9. Till Death Do Us Part ... (PG-13) Stephen Bishop, Mark G. Chapman 10. Mother! ................................ (R) Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 10-11:30am Topics covered include: • All the different ways to source jobs in the marketplace • What is the “hidden” job market • How to REALLY network effectively • How to respond to ads in the open job market • How & where companies search for job applicants • How to apply for jobs online • How to organize yourself to be really effective in finding your next job What to bring: • Your resume-if you already have one • An open mind...and a willingness to learn new techniques BRIDGES Employment Resource Center Job Coaches are available to help you prepare a resume that will highlight your skills and abilities...call to schedule a meeting. This workshop will be held at the Active Generations Center, 2300 W. 46th St. and is FREE of charge. You do not need to be an Active Generations Center member to attend. Register at bridgeserc@activegen.org or call 605-333-3318 for more information

• Using Social Media in your job search – Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 1:30-2:30 PM. Do you know HOW to utilize the best in Social Media to help you with your job search? Here’s a seminar that will tell you how you manage it. Our presenter is Melissa Moerike, HR Consultant from Alternative HRD here in Sioux Falls. She won’t be going over “how to steps” on setting up social media accounts, as that would take too long and that would be more of a 1x1 type session with coaches. You can sign up for a 1x1 with one of our Job Coaches, or sign up for other classes here at Active Generations. This Workshop will be held at the Active Generations Center, 2300 W. 46th St. and is FREE of charge.

which will take place on October 27 & 28, 2017. Rake the Town serves individuals within the Sioux Falls city limits over the age of 60 who do not have family available in the area to help with their yard work and are not financially or physically able to do the work themselves. Individuals under 60 with a documented physical disability are also eligible. To register, please call the Helpline Center by dialing 211 and ask to be added to the Rake the Town list. Volunteers are needed, deadline to register to help is Oct. 12. Please register online at helplinecenter.org. • 12th Annual Hillcrest Craft Bazaar and Bake Sale – Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9am-3pm. Crafters include knit and crocheted items, jewelry, wood work, original art, holiday decorations, and paper crafts. Vendors include Pam-

Helpline Center (1000 N West Ave Suite 310) • Sioux Falls Stamp Club Meeting – Held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. Collectors of all ages are welcome. • SF Social Singles Friday Night Dinner – Join us for food, fun and conversation if you are 40+. Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. For more info, call (605) 2019881 or (605) 360-1908. • Annual German Christmas Service – Held downtown at First Lutheran Church, 327 S. Dakota Ave on Sunday, Dec. 10 at 2pm. Join us for German Christmas goodies and fellowship after the service. For more information cal (605) 332-8186 or email udid66@icloud.com

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1. Wonder Woman ............. (PG-13) Gal Gadot 2. The Mummy .................. (PG-13) Tom Cruise 3. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie ..............(PG) animated 4. The Big Sick .......................... (R) Kumail Nanjiani 5. Baywatch ............................... (R) Dwayne Johnson 6. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ................................... (PG-13) Chris Pratt 7. The Boss Baby .....................(PG) animated 8. The Hero ................................ (R) Sam Elliott 9. Megan Leavey ............... (PG-13) Kate Mara 10. Rough Night ........................ (R) Scarlett Johansson

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1. Head outside and make it an adventure with kids to create a natural arrangement with their choices of fall’s last cuttings. Even if plants look droopy and lost to the season, poke around and you’ll uncover some lovely lurking blooms, pods and interesting greens in between tired summer growth. The final choices that will have staying power, even when the water has evaporated from the bouquet, include lavender, hydrangea, eucalyptus, sedum, roses, pods and herbs. 2. Find a brown paper lunch bag or pull out a gift bag (clip off the top third, including the handle). 3. Choose a recycled plastic food container (cottage cheese, sour cream, cream cheese, etc.) about the size of the base of the bag you’ll be using.

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Brown bag it! Or, use any color bag you want as a unique “vase” for a bouquet of fall blooms from your garden or patio pots. The simple idea caught my eye when traveling in Italy last spring. Small brown paper bags, with the top edges rolled down like cuffs on jeans, were cinched around pots of rosemary or other herbs for centerpieces at sidewalk cafes and restaurants. So natural and charming, I thought. The image stuck. This fall, with the last call for blooms still reaching for the sun, why not get kids involved in gathering the beauty and arranging their picks in a casual bouquet made with a lunch bag or recycled small colorful paper gift bag?

4. In a pan of water, soak a chunk of floral foam oasis, the size of the inside of the plastic container. When saturated, set it in the container. 5. Tuck the container in the bottom of the paper bag. Roll down the top edges of the bag to desired size, or fold them inside. 6. Trim stems of the flowers and greens. Insert them into the foam to make a colorful arrangement. Hosta, ferns and other lovely greens look nice coming out from the sides with tall blooms reaching up and out in the center. Fill in the rest of your picks in all directions. Say and learn the names of the flowers and plants as you go. Finally, twist the bouquet around to be sure it is balanced on all sides.

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pered Chef, Tupperware, Avon, and more! Crafters can register on line at siouxfallschurch.com. Vendors, please call (605) 3710546, first, to avoid duplicates. Don’t forget to stop at our famous bake sale! Hundreds of items, packaged, decorated, and delicious! All proceeds benefit under-resourced children in the Sioux Falls area. Hillcrest Church, 4301 E. 26th St., Sioux Falls, SD 57103. 605-371-0546 hillcrest@ siouxfallschurch.com • Volunteer Sioux Falls – Fall into Service – Friday, Oct. 20th. During the event over 170 volunteers will be working on various volunteer projects at the Nonprofit Center. We are at capacity for volunteers and now are in need of a few supplies to help make the event a success! If you have items to donate, please drop off the items at the

7. Tie string or ribbon around the middle of the bag, cinching it a bit to balance the entire look. Now, the unique backyard arrangement is ready to present at your dinner table. *** Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” © 2017 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

1. Wonder Woman ............. (PG-13) Warner Bros. 2. The Mummy .................. (PG-13) Universal 3. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie ..............(PG) Paramount 4. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ................................... (PG-13) Disney 5. The Big Bang Theory: The Tenth Season .............. (TV-14) Warner Bros, 6. The Lion King .......................(G) Disney 7. Baywatch ............................... (R) Paramount 8. Hocus Pocus .........................(PG) Disney 9. Alien: Covenant ..................... (R) FOX 10. The Big Sick ........................ (R) Lionsgate Source: ComScore © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Father-daughter 'dates' can help teen see she is valued Q: I’m the father of a slightly “boy crazy” 14-year-old daughter. I’m really dreading the whole dating thing as she gets a little older. What can I do to prepare both of us? Jim: Most fathers with daughters go through the same struggle watching their little girls grow up. I’d suggest you teach your daughter the proper role of dating by taking her out yourself, frequently. Going on a “date” with Dad has many benefits for a daughter, regardless of her age. For example, as girls develop their identity, they measure themselves against the impossible standard of beauty portrayed by Hollywood. This is where fathers become very important. By spending time with your daughter, you can have a positive influence on her perception of herself. Also, taking your daughter out on a “date” allows you to model how a man should treat her. By making one-on-one time a priority, you’re showing your daughter she is valuable. And your acceptance for who she is will build her self-esteem. You can also help her develop a sense of individuality by listening to her and respecting the opinions she shares. Most importantly, spending time with your daughter regularly keeps her heart open to you. So get out your calendar and schedule a “date” with your daughter. Let her suggest some activities she would like to do. It doesn’t have to take all day, but make sure the time is

* On Oct. 10, 1877, the U.S. Army holds a funeral with full military honors for Gen. George Armstrong Custer, who was killed the previous year at the Battle of Little Big Horn. Custer was buried at West Point, where he had graduated in 1861 at the bottom of his class. * On Oct. 12, 1915, British nurse Edith Cavell is executed by a German firing squad in Brussels after being court martialed for helping Allied soldiers to escape from Belgium during World War I. * On Oct. 9, 1936, harnessing the power of the mighty Colorado River, the Hoover Dam begins sending electricity over transmission lines spanning 266 miles of mountains and deserts to Los Angeles. At the time, the dam was the tallest in the world. * On Oct. 13, 1967, the Anaheim Amigos lose to the Oakland Oaks, 134-129, in the inaugural game of the American Basketball Association. The ABA offered a looser atmosphere than the stodgy NBA. Its During This Week cheerleaders wore bikinis, in October and trash-talking and fights on the court were common. * On Oct. 11, 1975, “Saturday Night Live,” a comedy sketch show featuring Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner, makes its debut on NBC. “SNL” would go on to become the longest-running, highest-rated show on late-night television. * On Oct. 14, 1994, writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s crime drama “Pulp Fiction” opens in theaters. Made for less than $10 million, “Pulp Fiction” earned more than $100 million at the box office and received seven Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. * On Oct. 15, 2004, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rules that hearse manufacturers no longer have to install anchors for child-safety seats in their vehicles. A “funeral coach” manufacturer had petitioned for an exemption, stating that, “Children do not ride in the front seat.”

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Focus on the Family special by limiting interruptions. The best way to ensure success in your daughter’s future dating experiences is to make sure it starts with Dad. Q: My teenage kids and their friends have all been talking about a TV series called “13 Reasons Why.” I’ve heard some parents say that it’s dangerous. What can you tell me about it? Bob Waliszewski, Director, Plugged In: Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” became a bona-fide cultural phenomenon back in the spring when the streaming service released all 13 episodes simultaneously. While Netflix doesn’t give out ratings, a whopping 11 million-plus tweets were fired off about the show in its first three weeks! To many adolescents, “13 Reasons” can feel both real and relevant -- a window into the stress and strife of high/middle school. But many mental health professionals are especially concerned that the show’s graphic depictions of sexual assault, self-harm and suicide may do more harm than good. They have reason

to be concerned. To date, multiple people have committed suicide after reportedly being influenced by the show, and sadly, more are likely to follow suit. For instance, two California teens killed themselves just weeks after the episodes were released, and their grieving families blame “13 Reasons” for their deaths. A 23-year-old Peruvian man not only committed suicide but also made audio recordings for the people he believed were to blame (similar to the plot in “13 Reasons”). Even if the show were a cautionary tale about suicide (which I do NOT believe), parents would have more than 13 reasons to steer clear. The show includes two graphic rape scenes, glamorized teen drug and alcohol usage, and language so harsh that it makes many R-rated films look Disney-esque in comparison. If your teens are talking about the show because it’s currently all the rage, I get that. But that doesn’t make it wholesome or worthwhile. In fact, because of the way the show glamorizes problematic behaviors, I think it’s just begging for further copycatting. Still, the subjects that this show raises are worth talking about. We have resources at Focus to help you discuss its major themes (suicide, bullying, self-injury, rape and sexting), as well as a review of the show; see www.focusonthefamily.com/ parenting/teens/13-reasons-why-not. © Copyright 2017 Focus on the Family

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Help parents or pay student loans? Dear Dave, I graduated from college two years ago, and I have a good job making $60,000. I have about $10,000 in student loan debt, but my mom and dad have a real issue with their roof and I’ve gotten repair estimates of $3,000 to $5,000. They’re good, hardworking, blue collar folks, but they’re less fortunate financially and have more debt than I do. What should I do first — help them fix the roof or pay off my student loan debt? Jordan

Dear Jordan, You’ve got a great spirit, man. If I woke up in your shoes, I’d probably help them fix the roof first. The only way I would do that, though, is if they agree to let you help them address the reasons they don’t have any money. If you have the cash, go ahead and pay for the roof. But let them know they must pay you back by getting some financial counseling. I know you love your mom and dad, and they work too hard to be broke. Talk to them in a loving, caring way, but you have to address the

situation. If they’ve worked all their lives and can’t come up with $3,000, something’s wrong. The problem is they’ve mishandled the dollars they earned. Even if you don’t make a lot, you can have cash set aside for emergencies if you manage it well. You’re a young guy making good money, so there’s no reason you can’t do both things quickly. It won’t be a huge burden to you. But remember, you fixing their lives without them fixing their lives will be a burden — to all of you! — Dave

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•Remodels •Decks •Basements •Windows •Doors •Siding •Fences •Laminate Flooring Licensed• Insured• Bonded FREE Estimates

Full-Service Lawn & Landscape Care

TREE & SHRUB CARE

We Only Use The Absolute Highest Quality Granular Fertilizers, Liquid Weed Control, Surface Insect Control, & Disease Controls Available!

G & H BUILDERS

For all Your Concrete Flatwork Needs... We Do It All! Plus, the Latest Trends! 40+ Years’ Experience **Licensed, Bonded** **Insured** Give Us A Call At (605)728-6606

DeNEUI CONSTRUCTION

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Expires 11/1/17

For new customers only. Some restrictions may apply. Yards with NO gate.

For new customers only. Some restrictions may apply.

$55 Sprinkler BlowOut

$75 Core Aeration up to 7,000 sq. ft.

Up to 7 zones

(605) 351-8855 or (712) 899-4442

(605) 351-8855 or (712) 899-4442

www.equitygreenlawncare.com

www.equitygreenlawncare.com

ATTENTION: LAWN LOVERS WANTED!

If you water and mow your lawn properly we can guarantee your lawn will be the darkest, thickest, and weed free your lawn has ever been! All we need is one season to show you what you may have been missing, call us now and find out what you can do to get your lawn and landscape looking it’s best! We are here to help!

General Contractor “Amish Heritage” 17 Years Experience, We Do All Jobs, Big Or Small. Specializing In Windows, Doors, Siding And Decks. Also Specialized In Interior & Exterior Painting. Free Estimates. Call James: 605-592-1794

NEED HELP MOVING?? NEED SOMETHING DELIVERED OR HAULED AWAY?? CALL 605-941-1312 **ALSO SPECIALIZING IN OUT OF STATE MOVING** Neuman’s Roofing & Construction 37 Years’ Experience! •Wood Fencing •Siding •Concrete •Decks John Neuman 605-941-6375 Interior Painting Licensed And Insured, 30 Years Experience 559-307-6736 New To Area Snow Blower Repair And Service Free Pick Up And Delivery Call 605-366-3720

DW MASONRY •Brick •Block •Stone (605)270-4134

BENSON’S PAINTING •Interior & Exterior •Ceiling Repair •Sheetrock Repair

•Water Restoration •Ceiling Texturing And Removal •Wallpapering •Insured

(605)360-5945

HANDYMAN Ron •Remodeling •Home Repair •Construction All Building/Handyman Needs...You Name It! *Reasonable Rates! *Insured! *Sioux Falls & Surrounding Area Call (605)213-0200 ***Tru Cut Lawn Care*** Quality Service At An Affordable Rate All Types Of Lawn Clean-up & Landfill Services Tree/Bushes/Shrub Trimming Fall Clean-Up Gutters Cleaned Call Dana 605-809-7918 CRUFF TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL B.S. Forestry. Licensed & Insured Free Estimates CALL 605-521-8744

GARAGE & RUMMAGE 260TH ST.

3605 S. Hawthorne Ave. Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Bear Trap, Engine Hoist, Pressure Washer, Misc.

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6704 W. 32nd St. Friday 10 AM-5 PM Saturday 10 AM-3 PM Small Antique Refurbished Desk; Window Treatments, Pots, Pans, Dishes, Boys Clothes 0-7 UA & Nike, Girls 3T, Men’s XL, Junior girls & Women’s XS-M, Shoes 9-10 S/M, Maternity Huge Multi-Family Rummage! 46586 267th St. • (1/4 Mile North Of Wild Water West) October 12th, 13th, 14th 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM Household Decor, Holiday Items, Golf & Fishing Equipment, Texas Rigged Duck Decoys, Generator, Dining Room Table & 6 Chairs, Office Desk & 2 Office Chairs, Recliner, Men’s, Women’s & Children’s Clothing & Much More Miscellaneous! www.sfshoppingnews.com Moving Sale Lots of Ladies Clothes LG - XL October 13th & 14th 9 AM - 5 PM 3226 W. Zephyr Pl.

Massive Tool Sale Oct. 11th & 14th 5600 W. 50th St. Over 1000 Items. Tablesaw, Air Compressor, Power Washer, Power Tools, Router & Bits, Clamps, 10ft Ladder, Garden Tools, Work Benches And Carts, Oil Cans, Collectible Toys. Sale Tables Will Be Sold On Saturday. Moving To An Apartment.

Moving Sale: 2713 W. 28th Street Thursday & Friday 9 AM - 5 PM 32X54 Table, A Large Two Door Cabinet, Older Refrigerator, Electric Start Self Propelled Lawn Mower. And Miscellaneous

Holiday Extravaganza! Closing Business! 721 E. 73rd St. October 12, 13, 14 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 605-359-4595 90% New QVC Christmas Decorations, Etc. Some Used Items, 50% Off Used Items, Area Rugs, Kitchen Aide Mixer, Bissell Crossfire, Keurigs, Ice Maker, Shopping Carts, Commercial Shelving, Clothes Racks, Lisa Rinna Clothes, Items Too Numerous To Mention!

THIS PUBLICATION DOES NOT KNOWINGLY Accept Advertising Which Is Deceptive, Fraudulent, Or Which Might Otherwise Violate The Law Or Accepted Standards Of Taste. However, This Publication Does Not Warrant Or Guarantee The Accuracy Or Any Advertisement. Readers Are Cautioned To Thoroughly Investigate All Claims Made In Any Advertisements, And To Use Good Judgment & Reasonable Care When Answering Any Ad That Requires You To Send Money In Advance Of Goods Delivered. Do Not, Under Any Circumstance, Send Any Money In Advance Of Goods Delivered. For More Info, Call The Division Of Securities At (605)773-4823

END ROLLS OF PAPER $5, $10, $15 MANY, MANY USES SHOPPING NEWS 4005 S WESTERN AVE SIOUX FALLS, SD

UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

2700 E. Scenic Ct. Saturday Only 8 AM - 3 PM Need To Find Room For The Car In The Garage, A little Bit Of This And A Little Bit Of That


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Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 11, 2017 • Page 23

HY-VEE’S OPERATION HELPFUL SMILE RECENT RECIPIENTS: Alzheimer’s Association $1,187.62

Nabisco

NOW IN PLASTIC BOTTLES

Snapple

16 oz. bottles

.88

Chips Ahoy! Cookies 7-13 oz.

2.77

OPERATION HELPFUL SMILE

Fritos, Tostitos, Cheetos, Ruffles and Cantinas 13-18 oz. party size

3/ 10 $

HAS GIVEN BACK

$2,291,630.13

IN TOTAL DONATIONS TO SIOUX FALLS AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY SINCE 2005!

OPERATION “HELPFUL SMILE”

Sara Lee

Whole Grain White Bread

QuickSteak 12 oz.

4.99

1.99

20 oz. loaf

Gary’s

Coke Products

Aquafina Water

2 liter bottles

24 pk. 16.9 oz. bottles

4/ 4

3.99

$ 44

Cloverdale Foods

Tangy Summer Sausage 28 oz.

5.99

Land O Lakes

John Morrell

Old Dutch

24 oz.

16 oz.

9.5-10 oz. family pack

Yogurts

2.39

Cervelat

2.99

Potato Chips

2.59

AD EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11 THROUGH TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2017

26th & Sycamore • 334-4570 | 49th & Louise • 361-0313 | 37th & Minnesota • 334-7231 | 57th & Cliff • 271-7171 26th & Marion Rd. • 361-3442 | W. 10th & Kiwanis • 334-3321 | E. 10th & Cleveland • 336-8947


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Prices effective Wednesday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

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CUT & WRAPPED FREE!

Hy-Vee Choice Reserve

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4.99

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Hy-Vee Choice Reserve

Boneless Arm Roast

3.99

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85% Lean, 15% Fat

3/ 5

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$

Ground Chuck

2.99

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Prices are effective while supplies last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Shop online at www.hy-vee.com Your purchase of Hy-Vee One Step® potatoes have helped plant more than 500 gardens

WHEN YOU BUY $40

*We reserve the right to limit quantities. Limitations apply. Please see store for details.

*We reserve the right to limit quantities. Limitations apply. Please see store for details.

Sioux Falls Shopping News 10/11/17  
Sioux Falls Shopping News 10/11/17