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SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT SFSD - Elementary Lunch Menu Meals Includes Veggie, Fruit & Milk WG = Whole Grain • 11/18 - WG Stuffed Bread Stick, Marinara, Salad, Pears • 11/19 - Turkey Dinner, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Celery w/ Dip, Berry Blend, Dinner Roll • 11/20 - WG Cheese Pizza, Mini Carrots w/Dip, Peaches • 11/23 - Rotini with Meat Sauce, Peas, Pears • 11/24 - WG Sub Sandwich, Mini Carrots w/Dip, Applesauce, Birthday Treat SFSD - Secondary Lunch Menu • 11/18 - WG Stuffed Bread Stick, Marinara Sauce • 11/19 - Turkey Dinner, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Dinner Roll • 11/20 - WG Pizza, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar • 11/23 - WG Corn Dog, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar • 11/24 - Rotini with Meat Sauce, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Lennox - Lunch Menu Grades 9-12 • 11/18 - Susie's Sloppy Joe, Crispy Chicken Sandwich, French Fries, Lettuce Salad, Sliced Peaches • 11/19 - Chicken Poppers, Garlic Toast, Hamburger, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, Applesauce • 11/20 - Pepperoni Pizza, Italian Dunkers, Broccoli, Carrots • 11/23 - Tater Tot Casserole, Dinner Roll, Bosco Sticks, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, Mandarin Oranges • 11/24 - Tangerine Chicken, Noodle Bowl, Garlic Toast, Taco Pizza, Green Beans, Fresh Broccoli, Sliced Pears

Lennox - Grab & Go Lunch Grades 7-12 • 11/18-20, 24 Turkey Sub, Two Smuckers Sandwichs, Baby Carrots, Juicy Juicy, Applesauce Cup • 11/23 - Italian Sub, Two Smuckers Sandwichs, Juicy Juicy Applesauce Cup, Baby Carrots Lennox School District - Lunch Menu Grades 7-8 • 11/18 - Susie's Sloppy Joe, Cheese Quesadilla, French Fries Lettuce Salad • 11/19 - Chicken Poppers, Hamburger, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, • 11/20 - Pepperoni Pizza, Italian Dunkers, Steamed Broccoli, Lettuce Salad • 11/23 - Tater Tot Casserole, Dinner Roll, Bosco Sticks, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots • 11/24 - Tangerine Chicken, Taco Pizza, Rice, Fresh Broccoli, Green Beans Lennox School District - Lunch Menu Grades K-6 • 11/18 - BBQ Rib Sandwich, Corn, Lettuce Salad, Pears • 11/19 - Chicken Nuggets, Scooby Doo Grahams, Baked Beans, Fresh Broccoli, Orange smiles • 11/20 - Cheese Pizza, Green Beans, Baby Carrots, Apple • 11/23 - Mini Corn Dogs, Steamed Broccoli, Baby Carrots, Sliced Peaches • 11/24 - Hamburger, French Fries, Steamed Carrots, Sliced Pears

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS - Lunch MS/HS • 11/18 - A Cheese stick w/sauce, Nacho chips, glazed carrots, pears, B Pepperoni pizza, C Turkey & cheese sandwich • 11/19 - A Chicken patty/bun, corn, mixed fruit, B Cheese pizza, C Ham & cheese sub • 11/20 - A Soft taco, mixed veggies, mandarin oranges, B Hawaiian pizza, C Turkey & cheese sub • 11/23 - A Hamburger/bun, tri-tater, fresh fruit, B Sausage pizza, C Turkey & cheese sandwich • 11/24 - A Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, pineapple tidbits, B Chicken bacon pizza, C Ham & cheese sandwich SFCS - Lunch Menu Elementary • 11/18 - A Cheese stick w/sauce, Nacho chips, glazed carrots, pears • 11/19 - A Chicken patty/bun, corn, mixed fruit • 11/20 - A Soft taco, mixed veggies, mandarin oranges • 11/23 - A Hamburger/bun, tri-tater, fresh fruit • 11/24 - A Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, pineapple tidbits SIOUX FALLS LUTHERAN SCHOOL - Lunch Menu • 11/18 - Cheese Sticks BOX, Crackers, Ham, Apple,Juice • 11/19 - Turkey/Salami/Cheese Sub BOX, Peaches, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Juice • 11/20 - Sunbutter & Jelly Sandwich BOX, Apple Black Bean & Corn Salad, Juice • 11/23 - Turkey/Salami/Cheese Sub BOX, Peaches, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Juice • 11/24 - Chicken Bacon Wrap BOX, Cookie, Pineapple

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I can’t believe Thanksgiving is in two weeks! Our landscape is so different from last year and families are having to make major adjustments in this season of COVID-19. Our usual 14-18 people won’t happen this year in the interest of safety and health but our immediate family will be together and while a little sad and different, we all plan to make the very best of it and I hope the same for you. That being said, this time of year I always get requests from our customers for suggested wine pairings with their Thanksgiving meal. Our family is pretty traditional and our food stays the same year after year with two turkeys since my family fights over the dark meat and very traditional sides and sauces. This year it is still up for debate on two birds but we certainly don’t want a fight over who gets the carcass for stock! My brine leaves a tiny orangey note to the turkey and I do take that into consideration, but to be honest, I never pair wines with only the turkey in mind, but rather all of the sides being presented at the meal. I’ve chosen a few wines that will go great with your Thanksgiving festivities. My family has a tendency to drink a little bit of everything throughout the day and evening as we eat twice on this day. I will have all of these choices at our meal. However, Thanksgiving is a smorgasbord of food traditions so choosing wine for your family will depend a lot on your palate and personal preferences. I love a good challenge so come and talk to me about your menu and we will pick out great wines! My favorite wine at Thanksgiving is a dry Rosé. It tastes great with the turkey, but also goes well with all of our side dishes such as cranberry chutney and bourbon pecan sweet potatoes. The Rosé this year will be the Jean Luc Colombo Cape Bleue from the stony, limestone vineyards nestled in the hills above the bay of Marseille next

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to Provence France. It is comprised of 30% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Aleatico. It is a beautiful deep pink color with robust flavors of cranberries and plums. The Jean Luc has lovely soft tannins that integrate well with the fruity notes. With only 12% alcohol, it is also very refreshing and easy to drink throughout the day, an important factor since our first meal is around 1pm and then again at 6 or 7ish. For folks who like a little bit of sweetness, the A to Z Riesling from Oregon is a great choice. This beautiful Riesling offers compelling aromatics and bright acidity with a perfect touch of discreet sweetness. The vibrant nose and palate meld beautifully to entice with an array of aromas and flavors reminiscent of lemon and apple blossoms, honeysuckle, rosehip tea, lychee, honeydew, ginger, lime, mandarin orange, marmalade, apricot, pear, yellow plum and peach. Think butternut squash and sweet potatoes with this wine! New to our table as well will be the Ridge Grenache Blanc from the Adelaida Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA. This wine is 77% Grenache Blanc, 18% Picpoul and 5% Roussanne. While you may not be familiar with these grape varietals, trust me, this wine is succulent and a real treat. It is a bright gold color and beautiful in your glass. No one in our family is a Chardonnay fan (weird, right?) so this is our replacement for Chardonnay in that it has a beautiful weight on the palate, buy a bright lively acidity that makes it incredibly food friendly because it doesn’t have any oak interference that masks the true By nature of the grapes in the blend. H e ather The one red choice we will have at our Thanksgiving celebration is anT a ylor other great wine from Jean-Luc Colombo called Les Abeilles Côtes du Rhône. I lean towards Rhone wines when drinking French and this wine is 60% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 10% Mouvèdre. Les Abeilles” (The Bees) is named for the bees that inhabit the vineyards in the southern Rhône Valley where this Côtes du Rhône is produced. The bees thrive in these vineyards because no harsh pesticides are used. I like a bit of a chill on this wine. It is an intense purple color with beautiful aromas of red fruits, coriander and bay leaf. A nice savory component to match our stuffing and my Mom’s wild rice. Side note: For every consumer purchase of Jean-Luc Colombo Les Abeilles (“the bees”) Côte du Rhône Rouge or Blanc a donation is made to the UC Davis Department of Entomology in support of their research to help restore healthy honey bee colonies.

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Yoshiko Barber Yoshiko (Arai) Barber, age 84, passed away on Saturday, October 31, 2020. A Celebration of Life is planned for Spring or Summer of 2021, when COVID conditions allow for gatherings. Yoshiko was born on December 16, 1935. For a more complete obituary and online guestbook, please visit www.millerfh.com. Alice McDowell Alice McDowell, age 91, passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020. Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 am on Friday, November 6, 2020 at the Holy Spirit Parish, 3601 E. Dudley Lane, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Visitation with family present to greet friends was held from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm with a wake service held at 6:30 pm on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at the Miller Funeral Home - downtown, 507 S. Main Ave. Interment was at St. Michael Catholic Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Todd Gene Klinghagen Todd "Freddie" Klinghagen, age 54, passed away on Thursday, October 29, 2020. Visitation was held at the Heritage Funeral Home on Thursday, November 5, 2020 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Funeral services were held on Friday, November 6, 2020 at 1:00 pm at the King of Glory church. Burial followed at the Lennox Cemetery, Lennox. www.heritagesfsd.com Joyce Anderberg Joyce L. Anderberg, age 79, passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 of the COVID-19 virus. A private family service was held at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In lieu of flowers, family requests memorials be directed to Feeding South Dakota (www.feedingsouthdakota.org) and/or the South Dakota Chapter - Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org/sd). Patrick Michael Doherty Patrick Michael Doherty, age 68, passed away on Thursday, October 29, 2020. He was born on April 11, 1952. Memorial Mass was held at 10:30 AM, on Saturday, November 7, 2020 at the Church of St. Mary in Larchwood, IA.

Nancy P. Almond Nancy Almond, 88, passed away Saturday, October 31, 2020. Funeral mass was at 10:30am Wednesday, November 4, at St. Christina Catholic Church, Parker, with burial at the church cemetery. Visitation was 5-7 pm Tuesday, November 3, at Hofmeister Jones FH, Parker. hofmeisterjones.com James "Jim" Fiedler James "Jim" Fiedler, 81, died Oct. 31, 2020. Visitation was 9:30am Nov. 4, 2020 at Christ the King Catholic Church; Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 AM; burial at St. Michael Cemetery with Full Military Rites. barnett-lewis.com.

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Robert "Bob" Krell Robert (Bob) Walter Krell passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020. Funeral service was at 11 am Friday, November 6, 2020 at Baltic Lutheran Church, Baltic. Service was livestreamed on the Minnehaha Funeral Home & Cremation Services Facebook Page. Visitation was from 4-7pm November 5, 2020 at the Minnehaha FH, Baltic. Janice Cink Janice M. Cink, age 93, passed away on Friday, October 30, 2020. Visitation took place at the Heritage Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, from noon to 5:00 pm with family present to greet friends from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. A Rosary was at 4:40 pm and a Wake service was held at 5:00 pm. Janice's Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 am on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at the Saint Lambert's Catholic Church with burial at St. Christina Catholic Cemetery in Parker. heritagesfsd.com Franz "Butch" Frerichs Franz "Butch" L. Frerichs, age 79, passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. A private family service will be held at Hills of Rest at a later date. Franz "Butch" Lyle Frerichs was born August 10, 1941. Family requests no flowers. Please direct memorials to the East Side Lutheran Church General Fund. georgeboom.com.

Sharon Rae Eck, 81 of Sioux Falls, died Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at Good Samaritan Center in Sioux Falls. Graveside service will be held 10:00 am Monday, November 16, 2020 at East Nidaros Cemetery, Baltic, SD. Sharon was born on September 15, 1939 in Dell Rapids, SD to Lester and Norma (Floren) Brende. She grew up on a family farm south of Baltic, SD. Sharon attended public schools and graduated from Washington High School. On March 30, 1974, Sharon was united in marriage to Ray Eck in Harrisburg, SD. Faith and family were Sharon’s greatest passions. She was a member of First Lutheran Church, Women of the Moose and American Legion Women Auxiliary. Sharon enjoyed bowling, card games, bingo, church groups and spending time with family, especially her grandchildren. Grateful for having shared her life are her daughters, Sue (Ron) Hood of Sioux Falls and Lisa (Greg) Christenson of Lake Brant, SD; son, Jon (Jodi) Eck of Sioux Falls; 4 grandchildren, Justin & Jereme Christenson and Nolan & Tenley Eck; stepsons, Lynn Eck of Sioux Falls and Terry (Nettie) Eck of Sioux Falls; brother, Lyle (Sue) Brende of Overland Park, KS and Karen (Gary) Hansen of Sioux Falls; and uncle Spencer Brende of South Sioux City, NE. Sharon is preceded in death by her parents, Lester and Norma Brende; and husband Ray Eck. For obituary and online registry please visit our website www.millerfh.com

Dorothea Kurtenbach Dorothea Kurtenbach died Oct. 31, 2020. Visitation 3-8pm Nov. 3, at Chapel Hill; family present 6:30-8pm. Funeral 10am Nov. 4, First United Methodist Church, Sioux Falls. chapelhillfuneralhome.com.

Herman Plagge Herman R. Plagge, 91, died November 1. Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 am Nov. 5, Christ The King Catholic Church. Visitation Nov. 4, 5-8pm George Boom FH & OnSite Crem. georgeboom.com

Carol Beesley Carol Beesley, 76, died October 30, 2020. Memorial services 10am November 5, 2020 at Miller FH, Main Avenue location. The family was present to greet friends a half hour prior to services. millerfh.com

Mary Delilah (Brown) DeBoer Mary Delilah (Brown) DeBoer, 87, loving Mother, died peacefully on Friday, November 6, 2020 at the Good Samaritan Society Luther Manor in Sioux Falls, SD. She was born December 21, 1932. Mary grew up in Cogswell, ND where she graduated from high school. After her marriage, Mary and Melvin lived in that area for a short time before moving to Sioux Falls in 1951 with the offer of a good job for Melvin with the Socony (Mobil) Company, lasting 33 years and retiring. Mary was a stay at home Mom for about 20 years while raising five children until managing a H & R Block office with her sister Ethel as tax preparers starting around 1968 for a few years. There were two transfers with Melvin’s job that required moving to Chamberlain for 1 1⁄2 years and onto Presho for another 1 1⁄2 years until returning to Sioux Falls. The family enjoyed living in the Melloon’s Trailer Court on East 12th Street where she and all the children helped run and maintain the amusement park called Lollipop Park, connected to the trailer court. They both retired and lived on Edwards Drive in the Hilltop area until moving back to their original home town of Cogswell, ND. They bought a motor home and would travel for years, spending winters in Texas where costume parties were a favorite thing for Mary especially. They had to be down to Trophy Gardens by the 31st of October each Fall in order to come up with another “original” costume for their Halloween party. They were a hoot! As Melvin’s health began to diminish, they moved back to Sioux Falls to be closer to their children and good doctors. After Melvin’s death Mary moved into an apartment cabin in the back yard of Melvin Jr. (or Dutch) and Becky’s place on East 12th Street where she just loved her little hide a way cabin and she could come and go in her little red car whenever she wanted. She was a card playing rascal and cars would plug up the driveway whenever she had the gals over for at least 3-4 games. Mary had a walking disability and she made the best of it over the years. Younger brother Marv, came from Georgia and lived here for two years with us in order to help Mom with household things and extra chores before she moved into Luther Manor. Shopping was not her favorite thing, so her niece, Edie Colwill (who was raised as a little sister) with husband Ron, would devotedly and routinely do her grocery shopping for her and play a few games of cards each time too, making it something she really looked forward to each week with them. Mary loved people and people loved Mary. Once she was admitted to the care of the Good Samaritan Luther Manor on 38th Street, she memorized everyone’s name and would always acknowledge them when she saw them. She would sew and hem for the employees and she made ear- savers by sewing buttons onto headbands and/or scrap material to support the masks so their ears wouldn’t get sore. She made 157 all total. Mary had all her faculties once she recovered from her ailment so she was an active person among the less fortunate, helping others the best she could. Her nurses enjoyed her personality and there was much laughter. She was so very grateful to the staff and most importantly to her nurses who I cannot express enough their devotedness to her and how affectionate they were to our Mother. This virus has stolen so much of the affection that would have been given Mary throughout the last 10 months. She knew we all loved her so very much and the window visits were all we could do to visit and communicate with her right up until she could no longer even handle that effort. The most important thing we can say making this obituary at this moment is, Mary was ready to be with Jesus and was looking forward to joining him in heaven and she said so over and over. She told everyone that she was going home to be with Jesus and to join Melvin in heaven. What more could you ask from a parent than to see her excitement to want to go join Jesus and her husband in heaven! Her pastor at Luther Manor was Elizabeth Lewis, who spent special moments with Mary helping her to understand his love and forgiveness that our Lord Jesus had for her as she welcomed Jesus into her heart. She became more devoted from that point on, going to church and doing her devotions. Mom had numerous operations on her hips as an adolescent and the Shriner’s paid for all her care. She has always supported them for as long as I can remember. Mom’s famous comeback or retort toward us all was “Just take one day at a time kids,” and “BE CAREFUL no matter what you do” (must be a “mother thing”). Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Melvin Louis DeBoer; 7 brothers Les, Douglas, Donald, Henry, Samuel, Arthur and Joe; 3 sisters Dora, Lily and Dorothy; along with several nieces and nephews and 2 great-grandchildren. She is survived by her children, Melvin Jr. “Sonny or Dutch” (Becky) DeBoer of Sioux Falls, SD, Diane (George) Kolaskey of Pretty Prairie, KS, Marlene (Mark) Spang of Taylors, SC, Marylou (Dan) Schnabel of Pierre, SD, Marvin (Barb) DeBoer of Georgia; her sister Ethel (Tom) Oxtoby of Jamestown, ND; 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. In light of the Covid-19 upheaval in Sioux Falls, the family has chosen NOT to have a memorial service in Sioux Falls at this time, but have postponed Mary’s memorial service until June 12, 2021. It will be held in Cogswell, ND at the Senior Center at 11:00 a.m. This will give all of our distant families and friends a chance to plan and join us for Mary’s celebration of life, burial at Sargent County Cemetery where Melvin is buried and share a lunch together. All are welcome. Memorials can be directed to: Shriner’s Hospital for Children - 1429 3rd St N in Fargo, ND 58102 OR Old Sargent County Cemetery - 9066 119th Ave SE in Cogswell, ND 58017 “When someone you love becomes a MEMORY, their MEMORY becomes a TREASURE in your heart” pulling on your heart strings in a moment’s notice and to be enjoyed, over and over again.

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Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year. First observed on November 27, 2010, it is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and e-commerce stores respectively. Downtown Sioux Falls retailers, restaurants, bars and other specialty shops will be open for business on Small Business Saturday, November 30, and encourage you to come downtown and #ShopSmall this holiday season. Keep checking the dtsf.com for a list of specials, deals, promotions, and events from participating businesses! All deals, specials and sales good on Small Business Saturday only, unless otherwise specified. 24/7 Fitness Club: No joining fees! Only $29.95/month. 24 hour access fitness membership. 24 hour access tanning can be added for only $10/month more. Bread & Circus: Happy Hour all Day; $2 off all draft beers and glasses of wine, as well as 20% off all wine bottles. Candy Cloud Factory: Jumbo Rainbow Bag Dice Special. Customers roll a die and whatever they roll they save that much money on a purchase of our Jumbo Rainbow Bag of cotton candy, up to $5 off, six is a reroll, so everyone wins. Coffea Roasterie: Offering a 10% discount on all retail, coffee bean, and tea purchases. Full Circle Book Coop: $1-$2-$3 Books Sale on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. 11am-Midnight both days. Intoxibakes: 4-pack special: 4 full-size cupcakes for $11 Severance Brewing Co: Gift Card Promo. All weekend, for every $20 spent in gift cards receive a $5 gift card free. Young & Richards: offering 25% off STOREWIDE! We will also have tons of fun items in our Clearance Nook at 75% off original price. In addition to our great fudge, we will also have our new Fresh Roasted Nuts available so be sure to stop by just for those!

On November 19, join the American Cancer Society’s Virtual Holiday Fir Hope charity event for a festive evening. Join online at www.facebook.com/MagicofHopeSD. There will be a special appearance by Santa & Mrs. Claus, fun interactive games, and a beautiful array of decorated holiday trees – all available for you to bid on during their silent auction! With your support, the American Cancer Society saves lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back against cancer. Proceeds benefit Cancer Research in SD. ACTIVE GENERATIONS MENU Lunch Menu: November 18 Beef Stew, Biscuit, Peaches, Lemon Bar. November 19 Sloppy Joe, Tater Tots, Mixed Vegetables, Sherbet. November 20 - Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Corn, Fruit Crisp. November 23 - Parmesan Chicken, Scalloped Potatoes, Carrots, Strawberries. November 24 - Swedish Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Squash, Pears & Cookie. LEVITT IN YOUR LIVING ROOM FACEBOOK CONCERTS: Fall/Winter Levitt in Your Living Room Dates • Saturday, December 12, 2020 • Saturday, January 9, 2021 • Saturday, February 13, 2021 • Saturday, March 13, 2021 For more information, contact 605-271-1560 OLD COURTHOUSE MUSEUM • Toys Exhibit through 2020 • Sioux Falls Municipal Band:

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES Ava visited a surprising friend. Steve and Kayla argued about Tripp’s innocence. Lani demanded the truth from Brady. Brady made a confession to Kristen. Lani confronted Eli about his deception. Gwen spied Jake and Kate kissing. Jack tried to repair his relationship with Jennifer. Jennifer and Kate had an intense confrontation. Gwen visited Rolf and shared the next phase of her plan. Jake scored a new job. JJ consoled a guilt-ridden Abigail. Jan manipulated Claire. Sarah spied on Philip. Shawn informed Philip that he and Belle were getting married. John and Shawn gave Charlie the third degree. Wait to See: Shawn and Belle’s wedding ceremony begins. Belle is unnerved when Jan shows up on her doorstep. Sarah snaps a picture of Philip with his mystery partner.

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lead a diamond to dummy’s queen. All will be well if East cooperatively takes the ace. Regardless of what he returns, you can then establish the diamonds, losing a trick to East’s jack along the way, and so make your game. The trouble with this line of play is that East may not take the ace of diamonds when you play the queen from dummy. If that happens, the best you can possibly do is hold yourself to down one. The way to prevent this is to lead a diamond at trick two and, regardless of what West plays, follow low from dummy instead of playing the queen! In the actual deal, East would win with the nine, but the defense could not then stop you from scoring nine tricks. You must assume from the outset that the diamonds are divided 3-2. Once this is granted, the contract is virtually assured regardless of where the ace is located, provided the king or queen is not played at the first opportunity. It is true that this method of play will cost you a trick if it turns out that West has the ace. However, that trick is relatively unimportant because it affects only the question of making three or four notrump, whereas if East has the ace, it affects the much more vital question of making the contract or going down. Making the contract is always the primary consideration.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Flo attempted to referee when Wyatt made an accusation against Shauna. Impressed with Carter’s style, Paris congratulated Zoe on her engagement. Wyatt and Flo laid down the law to Shauna about Eric. Liam attempted to convince Steffy that Thomas was faking his drastic change. Quinn lashed out at her former best friend Shauna after learning about her big lie. Hope stood up for Thomas when a frustrated Liam questioned his motives. Zende hid his true feelings and offered his best wishes to Zoe and Carter. Wait to See: Steffy and Liam bond over the love for their daughter. Thomas is thrown when the Hope Mannequin professes her love for him. Quinn eats a slice of humble pie and asks for Eric’s forgiveness one more time.

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LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Librans and holidays are made for each other, especially if children and animals are going to be part of your joyous season. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Time is getting too short to allow a spat to taint the holiday season. Restart your relationship and reschedule holiday fun times. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Seeking advice is laudable. You might learn far more than you thought you could. Stay with it. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Continuing to assess changes works toward your getting your new project up and ready. Trusted colleagues remain ready to help. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) That new situation needs a lot of attention, but it’s worth it. This is a very good time for you to involve the arts in what you do. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) It might be a good idea to slow your hectic holiday pace so that you don’t rush past what — or who — you’re hoping to rush toward. BORN THIS WEEK: Others pick up on your confidence in yourself, which inspires them to believe in you MEASUREMENTS: How many and1.your special gifts.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) This year, instead of jumping into the whole holiday prep scene, move in a little at a time. You’ll appreciate the sense of control you’re more likely to enjoy. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) The separation between the Bovine’s head and heart is never as far apart as it seems. Both senses work best when they come out of logic and honesty. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) The best way to keep those pre-holiday pressures under control is to just say no to taking on new tasks while you’re still trying to work with a heap of others. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) News means a change might be on its way, but what does it hold? Don’t just ask questions; make sure you get answers you can trust. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Old friends and new have one thing in common: Both your longtime and newly minted pals have much wisdom to impart. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) With time running out, this is a good time for you to show ‘em all what those Virgo super-organizational skills can do.

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THE KITCHEN DIVA

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

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After 45 years of cooking, I've had my share of Thanksgiving Day disasters! I'll never forget the Thanksgiving when the turkey wasn't done, and my family and friends were starving. Thankfully, no pun intended, I had defrosted a package of pork chops for dinner the next day. That year we had fried pork chops, cornbread dressing with cranberry sauce, roasted vegetables, mac and cheese, dinner rolls and a vast array of desserts. One of the many things that I learned that year, and during this stressful and unusual year, is to be thankful for the good things in life, while preparing as much as you can for the unexpected. Here are some secrets to saving your sanity and your Thanksgiving dinner if your turkey isn't done, or other unexpected challenges arise: HOW TO DEFROST A TURKEY: You'll need at least 24 to 48 hours (about five hours per pound) to thaw a frozen turkey in the refrigerator. If you need to do a quick thaw, place the wrapped, frozen turkey in your kitchen sink or a large container like an ice chest. Cover the turkey with cold water. Drain and refill the water every half-hour because as the bird thaws out, the water will get warmer. Using this method, the turkey will thaw at the rate of about a half-hour for each pound. PREPARING THE BIRD FOR COOKING: Remove the giblet package (neck, livers, heart, and gizzards) from inside the cavity of the bird AND check the neck cavity. Some manufacturers place the giblet package in the neck cavity and others place it inside the cavity closest to the legs. You can place the giblets in the same pan as the raw turkey to add flavor to the meat drippings. Most turkeys come with the legs already trussed (crossed and secured with a metal or plastic bracket). If you're not going to stuff your bird, there's no need to truss the legs, so remove the plastic or metal bracket and discard it. Trussing an unstuffed bird hinders the hot oven air from circulating inside and around the legs. This means that the dark meat will take longer to cook, and the breast meat will cook faster and dry out before the legs ever get completely done. THE TURKEY ISN'T DONE: Don't rely on the "pop-up" timer in the turkey, as it usually means that the breast is overcooked, and the dark meat isn't done. If the dark meat isn't done, remove the wings and breast meat from the rest of the

turkey, in one piece, if possible. Cover the breast and wing portion with foil and set it aside. Put the drumsticks and thigh portion of the turkey back into the oven to continue cooking until done. You can re-assemble the whole turkey and garnish it, or just cut it into serving portions and arrange it on a platter. STUFFING SAVERS: If the stuffing/dressing is too wet, spread it out in a thin layer on a sheet pan so that it will dry quickly. Place it back into the oven for 5 to 7 minutes. If it's too dry, add more pan drippings or chicken broth to the mixture. If you don't have any more drippings or broth, you can combine a chicken bouillon cube (if you have one), along with a teaspoon of poultry seasoning, three tablespoons of butter and 1 cup of water. Cook the mixture in the microwave for 3 to 5 minutes or until it comes to a boil. Stir to combine and then add it, a little at a time, to the dressing until it's moist. SOUPY MASHED POTATOES: You can add unseasoned dry breadcrumbs to soupy mashed potatoes to absorb any excess liquid. You can also microwave raw potatoes until soft, spoon out the potato, mash it and add it to your mashed potatoes along with some additional butter, salt and butter. GRAVY RESCUE TIPS: If the gravy is lumpy, pour it through a strainer into a new pan and bring it to a simmer, stirring gently. If it's too thin, in a separate bowl, mix a tablespoon of melted butter with a tablespoon of flour. Bring the gravy up to a boil and whisk in the butter mixture to thicken your gravy. If the gravy is too thick, add a little more chicken broth, pan drippings, milk or a little water and butter to thin it out. BURNT OFFERINGS: If the turkey begins to burn while it's roasting, flip the bird over immediately and continue to cook it. After the turkey is done, you can remove and discard any blackened skin and about half an inch of the meat below any burnt area. Slice the remaining breast meat, arrange it on a platter and ladle gravy over it. If your vegetables or gravy burn on the bottom, carefully remove the layer that isn't burned into another pot or serving dish. Don't scrape the bottom of the pan! If the dinner rolls are burned on the bottom, just cut off as much as you can, butter them, and fold them in half to cover the missing ends. Whipped cream is the perfect "make-up" for desserts that aren't quite up to par. You can cut the top layer off a burnt pie and cover it with whipped cream. Hopefully, these tips will rescue you from any Thanksgiving Day disasters, but remember, it's about gathering to give thanks with the people you love -- not the perfect meal! Have a blessed Thanksgiving! (c) 2020 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

Make quality time Thanksgiving's secret ingredient Perhaps more than usual, the centerpiece this Thanksgiving won't be the turkey, the stuffing or even family-famous recipes for sweet potato casserole or pumpkin pie. Instead, when gathering around a table with loved ones, the precious moments of togetherness will be what many families treasure most. This year, give yourself permission to savor the holiday and all its pleasures as a participant, rather than a harried host. Make the prep part of the party. If you're hosting a small group of friends or family, invite a few guests over early to fill your kitchen with laughter and plenty of able hands to help prepare the meal. If space is at a premium, enlist help by asking guests to do some of the prep work at home or simply plan a potluck meal with everyone bringing a dish that's ready to serve. Ditch cleanup duty. More casual celebrations are in the plans for 65% of people this season, according to a survey conducted by the Chinet(r) brand, and more than 80% of respondents agreed using disposable tableware can help reduce stress that may arise during the holiday season. Cleanup may be a necessary evil after a large Thanksgiving meal, but it need not take hours from your day. Instead, rely on a disposable option like Chinet Classic White plates, which are strong enough to serve the heaviest, messiest meals with style. The convenient, microwavesafe line makes cleanup easy since you can simply toss them when you're done. For example, dinner and compartment plates and trays are perfect for enjoying full-scale meals along with platters, bowls and napkins. Or, if your family prefers a more casual get-together with snacks and treats, appetizer and dessert plates offer easy ways for guests to serve themselves. Stick to the essentials. Instead of giving into your urge to serve everyone's favorites, limit your menu to a few crowd-pleasers. One style of stuffing will do, and it's unlikely anyone will notice if you skip a few sides. Tone it down to the must-haves and let the others fall away. You may be surprised by how much time you can save. After all, you probably don't need five different pies when you'll end up serving just a slice or two from each. Shop for shortcuts. If there is a dish or two that everyone counts on, go ahead and honor tradition. Otherwise, shop for time-trimming alternatives at the store. The salad bar typically offers a wealth of prepped ingredients like chopped onion and crumbled bacon, and there are a wide range of prepared foods you can simply heat and serve. Also check into the deli's holiday specials; many stores offer bulk orders of

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Keeping acne under control DEAR DR. ROACH: How do pimples form? Why do they itch? How can I remove them? — B.B. ANSWER: Acne is caused by plugged hair follicles, which are associated with sebaceous (oilproducing) glands. These are more likely to be plugged under control of androgenic hormones; with increased oil production; in the presence of the bacteria Cutibacterium acnes; and with inflammation. These are in turn affected by many factors, such as skin trauma, stress, amount of body fat and diet. Acne is very common in adolescents, but can continue to be a problem in women and men in their 50s and older. Itching is not common with acne, but tenderness is. Itching is more common with drier skin, and I often see itching in people who are treating their acne with excessively drying treatments. This includes washing your skin with too much heat, too often or with too-harsh a soap. People who have allergic reactions to acne medications or skin creams may also have dry, itchy skin. Sunlight and heat (and the associated sweating) can be triggers for itching. You really want to avoid scratching or squeezing because this can rupture the acne, causing

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Keith Roach, M.D. scarring and potential spread of bacteria. All these worsen symptoms. Acne is better prevented than removed, since the follicles are a normal part of the skin. Your general or family doctor or a dermatologist can help design a program to reduce acne. Vitamin A derivatives, topical antibiotics and benzoyl peroxide may all be part of a treatment regimen depending on your skin and type of acne. **** DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m a 55-year-old woman. I recently went to see a surgeon for a torn hip labrum. I learned that labrums do not heal on their own, and injections and physical therapy can only mitigate pain. I’m leaning toward surgery, because it makes more sense to have surgery at 55 and increase my quality of life. It just seems like a big surgery with a lot of

post-op healing (six weeks in a brace or four weeks on crutches) and 10 weeks of physical therapy. Is it worth it? — S.W. ANSWER: The acetabular labrum of the hip is a section of cartilage that helps to keep the hip joint in place and keeps the joint fluid where it belongs. (The shoulder has a labrum too, which can confuse things.) The labrum can be damaged by acute trauma, such as a tackle in American football, but in people in their 50s, it is more likely to be due to repeated small traumas, the kind that often occur with arthritis of the hip. The most common symptom is groin pain with activity. In general, I don’t recommend rushing to surgery. A trial of physical therapy is appropriate, as a therapist can help you retrain your muscles to put the hip in a better anatomic position, relieving pressure on the labrum and improving symptoms. There is some evidence that the labrum can heal to a certain extent, although this is controversial. You are right that the operation does require a lot of recovery time. This makes a trial of PT to avoid surgery even more valuable. (c) 2020 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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* On Nov. 18, 1883, American and Canadian railroads begin using four continental time zones to end the confusion of dealing with thousands of local times. Most Americans and Canadians quickly embraced their new time zones, however, it was not until 1918 that Congress officially adopted the railroad time zones. * On Nov. 19, 1915, British airman Richard Bell Davies performs a daring rescue, swooping down in his plane to whisk a downed fellow pilot from behind the Turkish lines. The British government awarded him the Victoria Cross. * On Nov. 21, 1934, teenager Ella Fitzgerald wins Amateur Night at Harlem's Apollo Theater. Putting her name in the hat on a bet, she'd originally planned a dance number. History was made when she changed her mind and sang "The Object of My Affection." * On Nov. 20, 1947, Princess Elizabeth marries distant cousin Philip Mountbatten, former prince of Greece and Denmark, who

renounced his titles to marry the English princess. Mountbatten was made the duke of Edinburgh. * On Nov. 16, 1959, the smash musical "The Sound of Music" opens on Broadway to the consternation of the real Maria von Trapp and her stepchildren. Nearly all of the particulars she related in her 1949 book, "The Story of the Trapp Family Singers," were ignored by the creators of the musical. * On Nov. 17, 1973, in the midst of the Watergate scandal that eventually ended his presidency, President Richard Nixon tells a group of newspaper editors that he is "not a crook." * On Nov. 22, 1988, the Northrop B-2 "stealth" bomber is shown publicly for the first time at Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, California. Although the aircraft had a wingspan of nearly half a football field, its radar signal was as negligible as that of a bird. The B-2 also successfully evaded infrared, sound detectors and the visible eye. (c) 2020 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

freshly prepared items like mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce and salads. Simpler serving. Using your fine china can lead to a time-consuming effort in both setting it all out and cleaning those dishes at the end of the night. With an option like Chinet Cut Crystal plates, cups and wineglasses, you can add a touch of style to any event. The fully coordinated line of tableware allows you to dine in style then toss it all and move on to enjoying the rest of the day. Find more time-saving ideas for a Thanksgiving filled with warm memories at MyChinet.com. Make Way for New Traditions Although there's plenty of comfort to be found in holiday traditions, this year is the perfect excuse to mix things up a little and infuse some new ideas into your celebration. Pass on family recipes. A traditional turkey dinner complete with a variety of seasonal sides and desserts is a staple for many families. To help ensure the tradition continues, use the extra time you may have together to teach older children how to prepare specific dishes that have been passed down through the generations. You could also have different family members like siblings or adult children take over making specific dishes, such as the turkey or pumpkin pie. Share your good fortune. It's been a rough year for many, in several different ways. If you and yours are able, dedicating a portion of your day to helping those who've fared worse can be a powerful bonding experience. Not only do you share the feel-good vibes that come from helping others, the experience can open your eyes to the many blessings you and your loved ones share. Add group entertainment. If your family's norm is to scatter as soon as the meal is done, or to scarf down a plate before returning to the gridiron action, look for ways to bring everyone together. Organize a board game tournament or gather a group to take a walk through the neighborhood and reminisce. Learn a new skill. Discover something new about your loved ones by inviting one or two (or more) to share a special skill with the group. You can develop a new appreciation after an afternoon chatting while learning how to crochet, perform magic card tricks or make DIY decor for the holiday season. Make a game of giving thanks. Ask each guest to jot down something they're thankful for as they arrive. Later, after everyone has settled in, take turns drawing the cards, reading them aloud and letting everyone guess whose good tidings they're hearing. It can be an easy way to catch up and allow you to celebrate special moments with one another.

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Today’s FAMILY TWO MINUTES WITH THE BIBLE A Daily Devotion from the Berean Bible Society by Cornelius R. Stam

He shall pray for thee Abimelech, king of Gerar, had taken Abraham’s wife as his own, but had done so innocently. Sarah was a beautiful woman and Abraham, fearful for his life, had said to Abimelech: “She is my sister”. Indeed, Sarah, also fearful, had vouched for Abraham’s lie, telling the king: “He is my brother”. But to save the failing couple from the consequences of their own cowardice and sin, God had appeared to Abimelech, warning him that if he valued his life he would immediately return Sarah to her husband — “and he shall pray for thee, and thou shalt live”(Gen. 20:7). Can this be a correct account of what actually took place? Will God hear the prayers of guilty Abraham for innocent Abimelech? Yes, for Abimelech was a pagan who served other gods, while Abraham, with all his failure and sin, was God’s child. Abraham’s prayer would, of course, be a confession of his sin and a plea that it might not be laid to the charge of innocent Abimelech, but nevertheless it was Abraham, not Abimelech, who had access to God. This is an important lesson to learn, for many unsaved people point to the failures of believers and say: “I wouldn’t be guilty of that. If he goes to heaven, I certainly will get there”. Nevertheless, such “good” people are lost, while poor sinners who have trusted Christ for salvation are saved and “made accepted in the Beloved One”(Eph.1:6). There is only one way to find acceptance with God; this is by faith in His Son. Our Lord said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man cometh unto the Father but by Me” (John 14:6), and in John 3:35,36 we read: “The Father loveth the Son and hath given all things into His hands. He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: He that believeth not the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abideth on him.” “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31). © 2020 Berean Bible Society

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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Importance of thankfulness Q: This year has been so chaotic and difficult. I lost a couple of loved ones to the virus, my income dropped significantly, the nation seems to be falling apart -- I really don't feel very grateful for anything. Why should we even bother with a "Thanksgiving" holiday this year? Jim: While I can understand your feelings -- and I'm truly sorry for your losses -- it's in the middle of difficulty that thankfulness is most profound and healing. Consider that first Thanksgiving in America. After a 65-day voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in cold, miserable conditions, less than half of the Mayflower Pilgrims survived that first winter. Despite their adversity, their governor, William Bradford, proclaimed a day of thanksgiving for God's grace and provision. In 1863, President Lincoln also called for a day of thanksgiving amid difficult times. He and his wife, Mary, were mourning the recent death of their 11-year-old son, Willie. And the country was embroiled in a bloody Civil War. Still, Lincoln declared the last Thursday of November of that year as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. His proclamation said, in part: "In the midst of a civil war of unequaled magnitude and severity ... [our country] has been filled with blessings which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come." Lincoln's sentiment still resonates today. Americans enjoy so much abundance that we easily forget how blessed we are -- even

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in the midst of difficulty. No doubt about it, this has been a tough year. It's not easy to be thankful when life seems so dark. But as Dr. Tim Keller says, "It's one thing to be grateful. It's another to give thanks. Gratitude is what you feel. Thanksgiving is what you do." And the doing -- pausing to be thankful for what we have -is important for our emotional and spiritual well-being. Q: How can I get my kids to stop fighting? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting & Youth: Researchers report that in families with young children there is at least one sibling conflict every 10 minutes. That's a lot of refereeing from parents every day. Siblings fight for many reasons -jealousy, desire for control, being tired or hungry, feeling left out, boredom, competitiveness, frustration, anxiety, stress ... the list goes on. There can be many combinations and possibilities at play when your children choose to argue with one another. But just like they can engage

in conflict, they can also participate in the solution. Start with yourself. What happens when your children have conflict? Do you scream? Do you ignore it and then explode? Or do you just ignore it? Some parents simply let their kids hash it out in the hopes that "they'll figure it out." Your children need your guidance when it comes to resolving conflict and exhibiting empathy and patience as they navigate relationships. Kids need to develop four key traits to manage sibling disagreements and conflict: -- Flexibility of mind. Consider the other person's point of view and ask the question, "Is there another way to look at this?" Flexibility of mind allows for compromise and understanding. -- Humility. Learn to consider the other person as having worth and importance, including their interests, thoughts and opinions. This also means learning to listen to others attentively and genuinely. -- Patience. Make sure your child knows what this looks like and help him or her see the benefits of patience in relationships. Patience requires self-control. -- Self-awareness. Your children need to learn to own their contribution to the problem. How well do you model this yourself? Living with siblings is a great training ground for managing future relationships and learning all about patience, compromise, empathy, humility and other important character qualities.

*Jim Daly is a husband and father, an author, and president of Focus on the Family and host of the Focus on the Family radio program. Catch up with him at www.jimdalyblog.com or at www.facebook.com/DalyFocus. © 2020 Focus on the Family, 8605 Explorer Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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Dear Dave, My wife and I have two kids and one on the way. We’re debt-free except for our home, and we have our emergency fund in place. We’ve also been saving for retirement, with me putting 15% into a 401(k) and her putting 10 percent into her retirement account. On top of all this, we’re putting a little money toward college funds for the kids. We talked the other night, and after that we started thinking about pulling back from retirement saving and getting the house paid off. What do you think about that? Callen Dear Callen, I teach people to start investing 15% of their household income for retirement after they’ve completed Baby Step 3, which is saving three to six months of expenses for an emergency fund. Baby Step 4 would be

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