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THE GIFT OF LOVE If I decorate my house perfectly with plaid bows, strands of twinkling lights and shiny balls, but do not show love to my family. I’m just another decorator. If I slave away in the kitchen, baking dozens of Christmas cookies, preparing gourmet meals and arranging a beautifully adorned table at mealtime, but do not show love to my family... I’m just another cook. If I work at the soup kitchen, carol in the nursing home and give all that I have to charity, but do not show love to my family... it profits me nothing. If I trim the spruce with shimmering angels and crocheted snowflakes, attend a myriad of holiday parties and sing in the choir’s cantata but do not focus on Christ... I have missed the point. Love stops the cooking to hug the child. Love sets aside the decorating to kiss the husband. Love is kind, though harried and tired. Love doesn’t envy another’s home that has coordinated Christmas china and table linens. Love doesn’t yell at the kids to get out of the way, but is thankful they are there to be in the way. Love doesn’t give only to those who are able to give in return but rejoices in giving to those who can’t. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails. Video games will break, pearl necklaces will be lost, golf clubs will rust... but giving the gift of love will endure. K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News

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This week’s main focus is continuing our Home Bar Building Series with heavily peated Scotches. As we discussed last week, the amount of peat moss that is burned during the drying process of the malted barley largely determines how rich the “smoky” flavor of the Scotch is perceived. The whiskies we will discuss today have some of the highest levels of phenol parts per million as they have had a great deal of peat used to dry the grain. These single malt expressions capitalize on the deep complexities possible when using extreme levels of peat moss, as well as unique cask aging to create bold, convoluted sippers that are revered all over the world. Leading off our group is Ardbeg 10 Year Single Malt, an Islay (Eeh-la) single malt that is bottled without chill-filtration, allowing the fatty acids of the whisky to remain in the finished product. Slightly oily, this whisky has incredible balance between vanilla, caramel, smoke, and sea saltiness that provides a mouth coating feeling with a lingering finish that invites you back for another sip. Priced at $57.99, this is a whisky that truly shows the incredible delicateness attainable by a highly peated single malt. At $75.99, Highland Park’s Valkyrie is the first in their Viking Legend series. 50% of this whisky is peated, with the other 50% being unpeated

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malt that allows for the rich dried fruit notes on the nose and palate to shine before the heather smoke sweeps in on the back palate and finish. With hints of chocolate on the finish, enjoy this whisky near a fire this cold winter season. Next comes Lagavulin 16 Year. In general, I am a really big fan of Lagavulin’s stuff. They’ve recently launched an 11 Year expression that pays honor to Nick Offerman who I loved in the tv show Parks and Rec, but their flagship 16 Year reigns supreme. The nose on this whisky is undeniably strong, loaded with peat smoke. On the tongue, there is a great deal of malt characteristic, balanced with sweet sherry notes, and a touch of dryness not found in our other whiskies of emphasis. Priced very reasonably at $79.99, this is a whisky that will impress on your home bar. A personal favorite of mine is highlighted in Balvenie’s 14 Year Peat Week. Since 2002, Balvenie has dedicated one entire week to distilling whisky that is made from 100% peated barley. Lighter in complexity that the Lagavulin, this whisky carries more honey sweetness and lighter mouthfeel, finished with earthy notes that are best enjoyed neat. Snag one of these limited bottles for $99.99. This is a great whisky to collect verticals for and compare from year to year. Finally, Laphroaig Lore is the richest peat bomb that has ever been produced by Laphroaig. With whisky that ranges from 7 years to 21 years, and several different cask finishes all represented, this whisky is truly a gem of that displays the incredible attention to detail that makes for a fantastic single malt. Rich smoke up front, with a soft, sweet after taste, enjoy this bottle for $109.99 with smoked meats or a charcuterie board by yourself, or with a good friend. By Zac Johnson

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Holiday Wine & Food Pairings By Heather Taylor

I recently saw a meme on Facebook that said we all need to set our scale back 15lbs for the upcoming holiday season and I can certainly get behind that! Between roasted prime rib, decadent seafood, rich hearty soups and so much more I have visions of food dancing in my head throughout the month of December. The best job I have in December is helping find the perfect wine pairing with whatever holiday fare is being served. A wine in harmony with its food partner elevates the entire tasting experience and creates a memorable rather than a mediocre event. My best example of that “ah ha” food and wine moment is the very first time I had Darioush Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and it was paired with Queen City Bakery’s Brooklyn Blackout layer cake. I think Angels wept during that first bite and sip. Obviously, this has stayed with me since it happened shortly after the bakery opened over a decade ago. Prime rib or any kind of beef pairs best with red wine but the cut

and preparation will dictate the finer nuances of a pairing. Beef tenderloin is very delicate and can be paired with a lighter style red such as a Pinot Noir, Beaujolais or Barbera. Robust prime rib calls for a robust red such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Barolo or a hearty red blend. Albariño from Spain and Brut and Brut Rosé are three of my alltime favorites with crab and lobster. The richness of the meat is balanced by the acidity of the Albarinõ and the bubbles from the sparkling wine. And bubbles just make everything better! Even seafood drenched in a rich cream sauce will stand with these wines, but you could add a nice creamy buttery chardonnay if the sauce is present. Marry butternut squash soup with a dry Riesling and a zingy beef chili with a spicy red Zinfandel. A beautiful cut of herb-roasted lamb is just asking for a Côtes du Rhône or Gigondas. And don’t forget Rosé! A cheese and charcuterie platter is the perfect combo for my pink friend. Above all, enjoy and Salut! Every Monday we will have selected items on DEEP discount for the day or until quantities last.

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COUNTRY MUSIC & LUNCHEON Held at the South Dakota Country Music Opry House & Museum at 122 S Main in Lennox on Sunday December 8. Music will be from 1 pm-3 pm with lunch starting at noon. Two solid hours of Christmas music with snacks and sandwiches geared for the holidays. For more info, contact: Wini at (605) 310-2441. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT The Singing Boys of Sioux Falls will present their annual Christmas concert, 'A Winter Fantasy', on Sunday, December 8, 2019, 3:00pm, at East Side Lutheran Church, 1300 E. 10th St., Sioux Falls. Sacred, secular and seasonal selections will be presented by the Singing Boys Choir and Chamber Choir. Admission is free. A free-will offering will be accepted during the concert. Refreshments to follow. CHOIR CONCERT A handbell, brass and adult choir concert with Christmas hymns by all, Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2200 S. Western Avenue on December 14 at 2 PM. PANCAKE BREAKFAST Held every third Sunday through April from 8am-12:30 pm at the Renner American Legion Post 307. Price: Adults $8.00, 7 To 12

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Focus on the Family together. Maybe the kids can miss school one day and help bake cookies. Or make some hot chocolate and explore the neighborhood as a family to see how other homes are decorated. Your kids will have great ideas too, and it’ll turn the entire season into a celebration. So get creative. I can promise you a Christmas of family fun will be much more memorable than a pile of gifts everyone will soon forget. Q: I’m looking for a simple, basic way to improve my relationship with my spouse. What would you suggest? Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: Let’s be honest: Like anything else worthwhile in life, a good marriage takes work. If you really want to improve your relationship, “simple and basic” is a decent start -- but don’t just settle for “easy.” In that context, the spoken word is

Year Olds $5.00. Menu includes: Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage Links, Coffee & Juice. S.F. SOCIAL SINGLES FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Dec 6th - Jacky’s Restaurant, 3308 E. 10th Street. $5. All dinners are at 6:30pm unless otherwise specified. Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. For more info, call (605) 201-9881 or (605) 360-1908. S.F. STAMP CLUB MEETING 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library,

incredibly powerful in marriage. Our words can either strip our relationship of its life and vitality or help it blossom and thrive for years to come. Many couples fall into an unhealthy pattern of speaking harsh and insensitive words. We all tend to get pent up with all the little irritations that accumulate throughout the day. Then we get home, and those frustrations spill over onto the easiest target -- usually our spouse. If that sounds like your marriage, the good news is it doesn’t have to be that way. With a little forethought and effort, you can use your words for an entirely different purpose. You can learn the art of affirming your mate. Now, don’t misunderstand. By “affirmation,” I don’t mean sweet talk or manipulative flattery. I’m suggesting that you make a concerted effort to look for the good in your spouse and nurture your husband or wife with your words. Ladies: Does your husband like to work on projects around the house? Take a moment to commend him on his craftsmanship and attention to detail. Guys: Does your wife have a unique way of surprising the kids with special outings and fun games? Why not praise her for it? There are a million different ways you can do it. But whatever you do, build each other up instead of tearing each other down. For more help building a stronger marriage, go to FocusOnTheFamily.com.

4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. All ages are welcome. There will be no December meeting. Next meeting will be January 8, 2020. GERMAN CHRISTMAS SERVICE Held downtown at First Lutheran Church, 327 S. Dakota Ave, Sioux Falls, SD, 57104, Sunday Dec. 8, 2019 at 2 p.m. Join us for German Christmas goodies and fellowship after the service. For more information email: sfgermanchristmas@gmail.com SENIORS ACTIVE GENERATIONS: DANCE SCHEDULE Dance held every Tuesday night

from 7-9pm at The Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 333-3307. ACTIVE GENERATIONS MENU Dec. 4: Goulash, Carrots, Breadstick, Chocolate Pudding, Peaches. Dec. 5: Pork Chop with Onions & Herbs, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli-Corn Bake, Strawberries. Dec. 6: Hamburger Steak, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Peas, Cranberry Sauce, Carrot Cake. Dec. 9: Beef Tips & Gravy, mashed Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes, Corn, Peaches. Dec. 10: Swedish Meatballs, Parsley Potatoes, Baked Squash, Berry Fruit Salad.

A defender is often forced to assume that a specific lie of the cards exists without knowing whether in fact it actually does. The defender makes the assumption after reaching the conclusion that if the desired situation does not exist, there is no hope for a favorable outcome. Consider West’s predicament in this deal. He led the club jack, taken by dummy’s king. The jack of hearts was then finessed, losing to West’s king. The question at this point was what West should do next.

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Quinn invited Shauna to Thanksgiving dinner. Douglas told Liam that he was homesick for Hope. Steffy confronted Hope about her terrible lie. Liam gave Thomas the 411 on how Hope was retiring for a while to spend time with Beth, which prompted Thomas to come up with another idea on how to win Hope’s heart. Liam and Steffy continued to disagree on Thomas’ level of trustworthiness. Shauna confided in Quinn that Ridge was divorcing his soulmate, Brooke. Ridge ended up presenting Brooke with an idea on how to salvage their relationship instead. Steffy warned Thomas to stay in his lane when it came to Hope. Brooke made the final call about her marriage. Wait to See: Shauna makes a declaration of love. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Ben tried to stop Clyde from hurting Will. Ciara broke into Xander’s metal box to uncover his secret. Nicole urged Eric to forgive her. Gabi sent Eli off to Rome to thwart Chad. Abigail told “Hope” she didn’t believe Eve pushed her mother. Lani revealed to Abe she made a commitment to someone. JJ was desperate to uncover Kristen’s location. Rafe questioned “Hope’s” odd behavior. Eric introduced Mickey to Roman and Marlena. Sarah told Xander that Eric was willing to share custody, but with one condition. Gabi and Chad went head-to-head for control over DiMera. JJ trailed Eli, hoping he would lead him to Kristen. Marlena told Eric that Mickey had a fever. Wait to See: JJ confronts Kristen about Haley’s death. GENERAL HOSPITAL Julian made a devastating discovery. Carly’s plans were suddenly cut short. Sonny gave Kristina some reassurance. Jordan finally felt content. Willow was eager to know the truth. Bobbie had some terrible news to share. Michael

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pressed for more information. Jax confronted Valentin. Finn worried about what to tell Violet. Jordan’s findings were inconclusive. Nelle was given a new cellmate. Maxie and Lulu got caught up on each other’s lives. Jason surprised Ned. Franco completed an important project. Monica clarified things with Olivia. Peter gathered up his possessions. Anna very much disagreed with Robert. Elizabeth attempted to express her gratitude. Trina helped at the gallery. Wait to See: Jax loses patience with his houseguest. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Chelsea explained to Nick that she needed to move in with Connor (and Adam) because of his recurrent nightmares and trouble at school. Nick didn’t blame Connor but was certain that Adam had a secret plan. Amanda quickly covered when Nate arrived while she was tracking someone through a GPS. Over at Crimson Lights, Theo shared with Summer that he wanted to move to a permanent residence and suggested that they live together. Meanwhile, Devon distracted himself with hunting down Colin. Abby received word that there had been another jewel theft at the Grand Phoenix. She later accused Phyllis of being a security threat. Nate told Amanda that he wanted to move beyond the “friend zone” with her. Wait to See: Devon struggles with a secret. © 2019 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

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Q: We’re still a few weeks out from Christmas and (once again) we’ve already blown our budget. I sometimes wonder if it will take until next Christmas to get this Christmas paid off! I guess this year is kind of a wash, but next year I want to be more disciplined. Do you have any helpful suggestions? Jim: It seems like this is a common refrain for many people. It’s not necessarily “too late” this year -- but going forward, there are a few simple ideas to bear in mind that’ll help keep debt from ruining your Christmas spirit. First of all, guard against overindulgence. Sometimes we don’t hold back on our spending because we look forward to our children’s smiles on Christmas morning. But it’s important to give our kids realistic expectations so they won’t expect loads of presents under the tree. Set your Christmas budget at a reasonable level, and don’t feel guilty about it. If you know you already overextended this year, it might be worth returning a few purchases for refunds now if you can. Looking ahead, try this next year: Put aside a little bit of cash each month for a fixed Christmas budget. That way, when the shopping season rolls around, you’ll have a good head start. Another idea is to let your children know the family can’t afford to do everything that everybody might want to. Then encourage them to think of fun activities everyone can do

After considerable thought, he found the only play to defeat the contract: He led the queen of diamonds! Declarer won with dummy’s king, drew trumps and tried a spade finesse. East won and returned a diamond through the J-6, and declarer went down one, losing a spade, a heart and two diamonds. The queen-of-diamonds play was far from just a lucky shot. It was based entirely on what could be seen in dummy and the play to the first two tricks, as well as the bidding. West realized that if declarer had the king of spades together with the strong hearts and ace of clubs he was already known to hold, there was no possibility of beating the contract. He therefore had to assume that his partner held the spade king. However, that would give the defense only three tricks — a spade, a heart and a diamond. One more would be needed, and the only hope lay in diamonds. Furthermore, the trick had to be established before the king of spades was dislodged; otherwise, South could discard at least two diamonds on dummy’s spades. Once this determination was made, the only remaining question was which diamond to lead. The play of the ace or a low diamond would hand South a second diamond trick whenever he held the jack; only the lead of the queen could neutralize declarer’s jack if he had it. So West led the queen, and South had to go down one.


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STEHLY REPORT • DECEMBER 2019 Dear Friends, We lost our dear friend and citizen advocate Kermit Staggers on Thanksgiving eve. I knew him as a constituent, a friend and a mentor/supporter in my political activity. Kermit was a wonderful role model for those of us who are elected to political office. Kermit served as a state legislator for several years before being elected to the City Council for 12 years. He taught government /political Science at USF for 30 years. Kermit was the KING of transparency. He believed that all things happening in city government needed to be open to the public. Many of us in Sioux Falls appreciated that commitment. Kermit was the champion of citizen’s rights and representation. He would always respond to resident’s concerns and frequently would make house calls if needed. He encouraged citizens to get involved and helped many people maneuver through the bureaucracy at City Hall. Kermit was a staunch advocate for accountability in governmental spending. He asked the tough questions and voted to protect the taxpayer’s money. He wanted to keep taxes and fees low so we could keep homeownership affordable. It was Kermit’s idea to bring snow gates to Sioux Falls. He was an honorable, courageous man. Please Keep Kermit’s family in your prayers during this holiday season. Rest in peace Kermit.

PARKING RAMP COSTS $1.5 MILLION MORE Last month the city council was asked to approve another $1.5 million for the unfinished DT parking ramp. We have already spent approximately $21 Million on the unused ramp. Before the vote, I requested a tour of the facility to give an accounting for the need for added expenses. I felt that the Demobilization cost of $467,000 for the construction crane removal and Concrete contractor were not substantiated and I made an amendment to remove these expenses. That motion failed, so I voted against the $1.5 million allocation. I think we need more answers before we put any more money into this project. As I said before, we have a murky situation, and the citizens I’m afraid are going to get the short end of the stick on this thing, Contact your City Council for Conerns. Watch City Council meetings the first three Tuesdays of the month on cable channels Vast 11 or 511 or Midco 16 or 594 or attend in person at Carnegie Town Hall located at 235 W. 10th St.

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Witten Klingenberg Infant Witten Klingenberg, 9 month old son of Ross Klingenberg and Sydney Schuknecht, passed away Thursday, November 14, 2019. Public visitation with family present was 4:00-6:00 PM on Monday, November 18, 2019. Private funeral services were Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. www.millerfh.com Earl Stone Earl Stone, age 69, died Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Visitation 5:00-7:00 PM with prayer service at 6:30 PM was Monday, November 25, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls. Funeral service was 2:00 PM Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at Linwood Wesleyan Church, Sioux Falls. Burial at Hills of Rest Cemetery, Sioux Falls. www.millerfh.com Jeffery "Jeff" Ness Jeffery "Jeff" Ness, age 60, passed away on Monday, November 11, 2019. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Anderson Funeral Home in Canton with burial at Canton Lutheran Cemetery. www.andersonandsonsfh.com

Paul Eric Shubeck Paul Eric Shubeck, age 64, passed away on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Funeral services were held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at Central Church, 3102 W. Ralph Rogers Road, Sioux Falls. Visitation was held from 5:00-7:00 PM Monday, November 18, 2019 at Central Church. wassfuneralhome.com Alvin Schettler Alvin Schettler, age 96, passed away on Saturday, November 16, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at The Church of St. Mary in Larchwood. Burial was at 2:00 PM on Wednesday at the St. Mary's Cemetery in Dell Rapids, SD. Visitation was Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM, with family present from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at The Church of St. Mary in Larchwood. There was a vigil at 7:00 PM. David Baird David Clark Baird, age 75, passed away on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Visitation was held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at Anderson Funeral Home from 2:00-7:00 PM with family present from 5:00-7:00 PM. A celebration

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MAYOR PROPOSES CHARGING $70 HOUR FOR POLICE PRESENCE AT SPECIAL EVENTS.

(Political fundraising events from the President would be exempt from this charge.) ARGUS LEADER REPORTING: Officials are still crafting a formal ordinance proposal, but T.J. Nelson, TenHaken’s deputy chief of staff, told City Councilors last month that the fee would be around $70 per hour for each officer staffing an event.

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MY TWO CENTS ABOUT POLICE OFFICERS Councilor Pat Starr We need more police officers on the streets of Sioux Falls. We don’t need more taxes and we especially don’t need to load up nonprofits that generate economic activity with more fees to run their events. The City Council is addressing the number of police officers by adding 4 new officers in the 2020 budget. That is a good thing. The issue is that we cannot get enough new and replacement officers through the state training program. We will continue to be “short”. Many communities across SD are experiencing the same issue. The state training program is full. The Governor and Attorney General need to fix this issue. Addressing this issue will be good for all of SD. There is a second issue. We are losing officers to a serious morale problem in the department. There are many issues why we have gotten to this point but now we need to address it. Last month the mayor proposed a new tax on nonprofits that host events in Sioux Falls. This tax would apply to events like the air show and Jazzfest (almost $40,000 each). It was also proposed that smaller events like Festival of Bands and the St. Patrick’s Day parade pay close to $10,000. This new money will go to the police department to pay officers over time. This is wrong and short sighted. These groups should be receiving additional help from the City for creating economic activity not being penalized. We need to solve the police morale issue but not by creating new taxes and not by stymieing the economy.

WHAT’S THE BUZZ? Requiring an hourly rate could be devastating to events like Jazz Fest that require hundreds of hours of police assistance, said Tryg Fredrick- Councilor Janet Brekke son, executive director for Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Society. Councilmembers Theresa Stehly and I recently sponsored legislation which will permit hobby honey beekeeping in the City of Sioux Falls. The POLICE WARNING FROM KELOLAND NEWS new ordinance has education, safety, inspection and permitting requirements. It is intended to encourage responsible honey beekeeping within Sioux Falls police are reminding everyone to not leave the keys in your the city limits. The ordinance is part of a broader effort to make Sioux car following a car theft that turned into a demolition derby at a neighborFalls a bee and butterfly friendly city. Local bee enthusiasts are thrilled hood on the west side of town. about the new opportunity. Sioux Falls police say thieves have stolen more than 60 vehicles this The new ordinance requirements focus on honey bee keeping which month alone, including five over the past couple of days. is a more complicated process requiring a significant capital outlay, time and commitment to the keeping of a happy, healthy hive. However, for THANK YOU FOR SING-A-LONG those who wish to make this dedicated commitment, the rewards are sweet, an unlimited supply of honey! For those less committed, interestMary Fleming I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Theresa Stehly for orga- ed citizens are encouraged to try keeping mason jar or leaf cutter bees. nizing the Sioux Falls sing-a-long on Sunday, November 10th at the USF There are no regulations for the keeping of these types of native bees. These bees are strictly pollinators, have no stingers, and are easy to keep Science Center Auditorium. Thanks also to the Sioux Falls Singing Legionnaires, Mogen’s Heroes, and maintain. They can be attracted to your property by simply purchasand the USF symphony orchestra. It was a wonderful time of songs and ing a small birdhouse like structure on line or at local landscape and big fellowship and support for our Armed Forces. The spirit in the room was box stores for $30.00 to $40.00. Citizens with flower gardens or apple incredible. This event was free and open to the public. Here’s looking for- trees may want to enjoy this low maintenance style of beekeeping. It is also fun and educational for children. ward to more such gatherings!

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Raymond Garza Raymond (Ray) Garza, age 70, passed away on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Ray's family was present for visitation on Sunday, November 17, 2019 from 2:00-4:00 PM at the George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory at 3408 East 10th St. in Sioux Falls. www.georgeboom.com Duane Haiar Duane Francis Haiar, age 80, passed away on Sunday, November 17, 2019. The funeral mass service was held at 10:30 AM Thursday, November 21, 2019 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Mitchell. The burial was at Calvary Cemetery. Visitation was Wednesday, November 20, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 PM with a scripture service at 7:00 pm at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Bittner Funeral Chapel in Mitchell. Elmer Haugen, Jr. Elmer T. Haugen, Jr., age 88, passed away on Sunday, November 17, 2019. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM Saturday, November 23, 2019, at Willow Creek Lutheran Church, rural Dell Rapids. Interment was in the church cemetery. Visitation was held from 5:00-7:00 PM Friday,

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Adele Sudlow Adele Sudlow, age 92, passed away on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Memorial services were held at 10:30 AM Saturday, November 30, 2019, at Peace Lutheran Church in Brookings with visitation one hour prior to the funeral. Eidsness Funeral Home. Interment was at Bluff View Cemetery in Vermillion. Diane Cogley Diane Cogley passed away on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Visitation was from 2:00 - 4:00 PM on Sunday, November 24, 2019 with a funeral service at 4:00 PM at Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st Street, Sioux Falls. Inurnment was at 11:00 AM Monday, November 25, 2019 at St. Michael Catholic Cemetery, Sioux Falls. www.Millerfh.com Bud Twedt Wayne "Bud" Twedt, age 89, passed away on November 17, 2019. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM Friday, November 22, 2019 at the Nathanael Lutheran Church in Alcester, SD with visitation one hour prior to the service at the church. wassfuneralhome. com Jan Meile Jan Meile, age 88, passed away on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Funeral Mass was held at

10:30 AM Saturday, November 23, 2019, at St. George Catholic Church, Hartford, SD. The family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM Friday, November 22, 2019 with a 7:00 PM prayer service at the church. www. millerfh.com Arlene Krsnak Arlene Krsnak, age 91, passed away on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Visitation with the family present was from 3:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Avenue. A memorial service was held at 10:30 AM on Monday, December 2, 2019, at First United Methodist Church with private burial at Hills of Rest Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Beverly Fickbohm Beverly Ann Fickbohm (Heiman), age 88, passed away on November 18, 2019. Funeral services were held at 2:00 PM Friday, November 22, 2019 at Peace Lutheran Church in Alcester. Visitation with the family present was from 5:00-7:00PM Thursday, November 21, 2019 at the church. wassfuneralhome.com Paul Hohman, DVM Paul Dean Hohman passed away on Monday, November 18, 2019. Memorial services were held at 1:00 PM Friday, November 22, 2019 at Canton Lutheran Church. Private family burial took place prior to the service. Visitation was held on Thursday, November 21,

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PRICES GOOD DECEMBER 4-7, 2019 ONLY

4 DAY SALE! 530 S. 2ND AVENUE, SIOUX FALLS | 332-1891 • 117 N. SPLITROCK BLVD, BRANDON | 582-3512 BREW PUB LOTZZA MOTZZA OR PIZZA CORNER

OLD ORCHARD

Cocktail Juice

DIGITAL DEALS OF THE WEEK

Frozen Pizza 12-13” select varieties

64 oz. btl. select varieties

SALE PRICE:

SALE PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

5 - $200

1 - 80¢

USE UP TO 2 TIMES WITH $10 ADDITIONAL PURCHASE

CALIFORNIA

99¢

5 - $100

$ 99

USE UP TO 4 TIMES WITH $10 ADDITIONAL PURCHASE

3

$ 99

$ 88

USE UP TO 2 TIMES

4 lb. bag

4 - $200 $ 99

2

BEST CHOICE

Cocktail Sauce

49

¢

Fresh Blueberries, Blackberries or Driscoll Raspberries

1

$ 49

Beans, Corn or Peas

49

¢

ZESTA 16 oz. varieties

Saltine Crackers

3

$ 99

14.5-15.25 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

$ 99

SALE PRICE:

Breaded Chicken NUGGETS, TENDERS, OR PATTIES

GREEN GIANT

6 OZ.

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

77

¢

2 - 50¢

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

FRESH PEELED

Arm Roast

PROGRESSO

Baby Carrots

3

Soups

$ 49

18-19 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

1 LB. BAG

99

3

¢

2/$

USE UP TO 2 TIMES

1

$ 99 COTTONELLE

TOTINO’S

5.3 OZ. VARIETIES

GRADE ‘A’ BONE-IN

ALL VARIETIES

USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF

Stew Meat or Cube Steak

3

SALE PRICE:

12 - $200

99

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

10

$ TIDE LIQUID

99

Laundry Detergent 150 oz. or 72 ct.Tide Pods

USDA INSPECTED BONE-IN

USDA CHOICE BEEF

1

T-Bone Steak

8

$ 99

lb.

lb.

$ 99

lb.

lb.

SUNSHINE FOODS HOLIDAY FOOD PANTRY DRIVE Starts December 5th! Let’s Work Together & Help Others In Need!!! SEE STORE FOR MORE DETAILS

Pepsi Products

BEST CHOICE

Coke Products

12 pk. 12 oz. cans

Frozen Potatoes

6 pk. 16.9 oz. btls.

28-32 oz. select varieties

SALE PRICE:

SALE PRICE:

SALE PRICE:

SALE PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

1799 - $200

13 - $200

$

USE 1 TIME ONLY

1

Center Cut Pork Chops

$ 99

12 mega roll

USE 1 TIME ONLY

4

$ 29

3/$

¢

Bath Tissue

$

Party Pizzas

Yogurts

lb.

Split Chicken Breasts

CHOBANI

99

2 lb.

USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF

SALE PRICE:

$ 49

lb.

GREAT AMERICAN

12 oz. varieties

1 - $100

1

$ 48

4-6 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

$ 99

Assorted Pork Chops

YOPLAIT

Premium Yogurts

SALE PRICE:

USE UP TO 2 TIMES

4

$ 88

USDA INSPECTED BONE-IN

Navel Oranges

USE UP TO 2 TIMES

Bath Tissue Paper Towels

SALE PRICE:

$ 79

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CHARMIN ESSENTIALS

OR BOUNTY ESSENTIALS 12 roll pkg. (bath tissue) 6 roll pkg. (towels)

1599

$

11 - $200

3/$

USE UP TO 3 TIMES MUST BUY 3

11

3/$

2 - $100

4/$

USE UP TO 2 TIMES MUST BUY 4

9

4/$

$ 49

USE UP TO 2 TIMES

1

$ 49

CHECKOUT OUR HUGE HOLIDAY BAKING SALE 3 DAY EVENT!!! 12/5/19 THRU 12/7/19!

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