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DEAR PAW'S CORNER: My 3-yearold cat, "Rascal," is having a terrible time adjusting since my other cat, "Fresca," died just a few weeks ago. He roams the house at night, meowing for hours, and doesn't always eat his food. What can I do to help him? -- John C., El Paso, Texas

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Window treatments become tired looking after several years of sunlight and use. If your window treatments are due for an update, replacing them is one of the easiest home improvement projects you can do yourself, and it’s also one of the most noticeable and least expensive. By swapping out the old for the new, you can give your home an update without breaking the bank. BLINDS/SHADES Precut blinds and shades are available in a variety of styles and color to complement your décor. Options include aluminum blinds, cellular shades, faux wood blinds, natural shades, roller shades, vertical blinds and vinyl blinds of which all could potentially be cut to custom width. CUSTOM BLINDS/SHADES Custom blinds and shades are made to fit your window based on the measurements you provide and also come in a variety of styles and colors. DRAPERY You can accent your windows with a selection of drapes available in a variety of styles,

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HALF A CHANCE IS BETTER THAN NONE

A declarer is obliged, both for himself and his long-suffering partner, to seek a line of play that might succeed rather than adopt a course that will surely fail. This means declarer must stop and think at the outset rather than proceed impulsively. That is, after all, what the game is all about. Take this case where West led a heart against South’s four-spade contract. Declarer won with the ace and followed the line of least resistance by cashing the ace of diamonds and

then leading a spade toward dummy. He was hoping that whoever had the ace would not take this trick, in which case he could next discard his heart loser on dummy’s king of diamonds. After that, the most he could lose would be two club tricks. This, of course, was nothing more than wishful thinking, and West would have no part in it. When the spade was led, West rose with the ace, cashed the jack of hearts and played a third heart, ruffed by declarer. South still had to lose two club tricks, and so went down one. Declarer had the right idea about trying to get to dummy to discard a heart, but he chose the wrong approach. Had he tried leading a low club toward dummy at trick three rather than a low spade, he would have gotten home safely. This may look like the same play, but there is a huge difference. If West has the ace of clubs — basically a 50 percent proposition — he finds himself in a hopeless position. What can West do? If he plays low, declarer wins with dummy’s queen, discards his heart loser and eventually loses two club tricks and the trump ace. And if West rises with the club ace and takes his heart trick, South winds up losing only one club instead of two. The recommended play offers declarer essentially a 50-50 chance to make the contract. In anybody’s book, that’s a lot better than no chance at all. © 2018 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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earns you respect from people you care about. Those who criticize you don’t understand what friendship is all about. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your strong work ethic is rewarded with the kind of challenging opportunity you love to tackle. Now, go ahead and celebrate with family and/or close friends. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A legal matter you thought had been finally resolved could require a second look. But don’t make any moves without consulting your lawyer. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Taking charge is what you like to do, and since you do it so well, expect to be asked to lead a special group. This could open an exciting new vista for you. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) An important matter might wind up being entrusted to you for handling. The responsibility is heavy, but you’ll have support from people able and eager to help. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A spouse or partner might make an important, even life-changing, suggestion. Consider it carefully. It could hold some of the answers you’ve both been looking for. BORN THIS WEEK: You always try to do the right thing, and for the right reasons. No wonder people have come to depend on you.

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REARRANGE THE WALL A gallery wall is a great way to change your decorating strategy. The great thing about them is that every single one of them is different. Family photos or artwork can be hung in several different ways to create a completely different look. There are several places throughout your home that can easily be changed. When the mood strikes for a holiday or season, one of the easiest things to change is a mantel. It doesn’t have to be complicated or filled with many things. Usually you can start with one larger item placed in either the center or to one side, then add things to suit your taste. SWITCH UP ACCESSORIES The accessories, knickknacks and table displays you use in a room are all super effective ways to change the vibe of a space. Adding some trim or a band of fabric is great when spicing up curtains. Couch cushions, pillows, or throws can instantly tie together a color scheme. DO SOME REARRANGING Remember that the arrangement of the room’s contents are nearly as important as the contents themselves. Unexpected

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PART-TIME DRIVERS **For Spring & Summer** CDL Required, But Will Help Obtain One For April to July Runs For The Following Locations: *Bridgewater (605)729-2518 *Corsica (605)946-6215 *Ethan (605)227-4227 *Mitchell (605)996-7322 *White Lake (605)249-2610 *Alexandria (605)239-4331 Spectrum Home Care Is Now Hiring For An: Office Assistant, Tuesday and Thursdays, Part-time. Pay DOE Pick Up Application At: 4305 South Louise Avenue Suite 101B Sioux Falls

Spectrum Home Care $13/Hr. Part-Time Make A Difference In The Lives Of Elderly/Disabled Individuals, living in their own homes Must Be 18 Or Older, Have A High School Diploma/GED, Have Reliable Transportation, And Pass A Background Check. Pick Up An Application At 4305 S. Louise Ave., Suite 101B, Sioux Falls

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Renner, SD Phone: 605-359-7807 Has 3 Openings For Painter, Construction And Maintenance For A Temp, Full Time Employment From 04/11/2018 - 12/15/2018. Workers Will Be Required To Paint Walls, Bridges’ Equipment, Home And Other Structural Surfaces, Using Brushes, Rollers, And Spray Guns. May Remove Old Paint To Prepare Surfaces Prior To Painting. May Mix Colors And Oils To Obtain Desired Color Or Consistency. Tasks Include, But Are Not Limited To, Filling Cracks, Holes, Joints With Caulk, Putty Or Other Filters, Using Caulking Gun Or Putty Knives. Cover Surfaces With Drop Cloth Or Masking Tape And Paper, Scrapers, Brushes, Steel Wool, And Sanding Machines. Apply Primer To Surfaces. Workers Must Be Able To Lift, Push, Pull Or Carry Up To 50 Lbs. Employer Will Offer 40 Hours P/W, M-F 7:00am - 4:00pm. Saturday May Be Required. Work Is In Multiple Worksites In South Dakota To Include The Minnehaha, Lincoln, Moody, Lake And McCook. Workers Will Be Paid No Less Than $14.87/Hr; OT $22.31 (OT May Be Available). Higher Wage May Be Offered For Experience, Merit. Assistance For Housing Available. Transportation Provided To/From Worksite. The Employer May Make Deduction From Worker’s Checks At Worker’s Request.) Transportation (Including Meals And, To The Extent Necessary Lodging) To Place Of Employment Will Be Provided, Or Its Cost Reimbursed, If The Worker Completes 50% Of Employment Period. Return Transportation Provided To Workers Completing Employment Period Or Dismissed Early, Except Subsequent Employment Or It Is Reported Abandoning Employment. Travel Meals $12.07 P/Day Maximum Of $51.00 P/Day W/Receipts (To And From Place Where Worker Came From To Place Of Employment). All Tools, Supplies, And Equipment Provided At No Charge. Send Applications And/Or Resumes To: South Dakota Department Of Labor 811 E. 10th Street, Suite 41, Sioux Falls, SD 57103 Office: 605-367-5300

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Colton Assisted Living Has An Opening For •Part Time RN •RN Will Create Their Own Schedule • Minimum 10 - 12 Hours Per Week 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 Besmer At 605-446-3603. Concrete Pump Operator: Must Have Class B CDL. Dependable. Will Train. (605) 881-8083

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We know tires and service, and you should know Pomp’s! Since 1939, the Tire Professionals of family-owned Pomp’s Tire Service have serviced the automotive repair, tire, and wheel needs of customers throughout the Midwest. A member of the American Commercial Tire Network (ACTN) and certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), we pride ourselves on timely, high quality products and services for our customers. Pomp’s has an immediate opening for a full-time Retread Technician in Sioux Falls, SD. This technician will have a specific role within the Retreading Plant and will be responsible for that aspect of a quality retreaded tire. In addition to competitive pay, Pomp’s offers great benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401(k) plan, profit sharing and paid time off. If you’re interested in joining our team of Tire Professionals, apply via CareerBuilder or in person at: Pomps Tire Service, Inc.

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The Nation’s Largest Processor & Distributor of Milk and Other Dairy Products Seeking new job opportunities, excellent pay and benefits, you should consider Dean Foods. Dean Foods in Sioux Falls, SD a licensed manufacturer of Land O’ Lakes Milk is accepting resumes for the following positions:

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This person is responsible for repairing and maintaining transportation equipment to be used safely and efficiently to move product according to schedule. Applicant must have refrigeration license. Mechanic Certifications and CDL A preferred. Must be computer literate, and have experience with engine ABS, transmission, etc. diagnostic equipment and software. Must be able to pass all pre-employment screens (including drug, background and criminal checks).

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The new withholding tables are designed to work with the Forms W-4 that workers have already filed with their employers to claim withholding allowances. This will minimize burden on taxpayers and employers. Employees do not have to do anything at this time. “The IRS appreciates the help from the payroll community working with us on these important changes,” said Acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter. “Payroll withholding can be complicated, and the needs of taxpayers vary based on their personal financial situation. In the weeks ahead, the IRS will be providing more information to help people understand and review these changes.” The new law makes a number of changes for 2018 that affect individual taxpayers. The new tables reflect the increase in the standard deduction, repeal of personal exemptions and changes in tax rates and brackets. For people with simpler tax situations, the new tables are designed to produce the correct amount of tax withholding. The revisions are also aimed at avoiding over and under-withholding of tax as much as possible. To help people determine their withholding, the IRS is

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out last year’s returns, which can serve as a guide. Schedule an appointment with a tax professional. You can also find checklists online. 2. FIND OUT WHICH TAX BREAKS APPLY TO YOU Has your living or work situation changed? The number of people you support? Did you get married or have children? Even if nothing has changed in your life, you may have missed credits in the past that you’re entitled to. For example, according to the IRS, one out of every five eligible workers fails to claim the

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Aw, c’mon Barbara. I know you just wanted that 28-speaker stereo! This is actually a pretty good time to be a senior without a car. You no longer have to be isolated or stranded. Now you can summon a Lyft, instantly, on your iPhone, and get picked up and dropped off anywhere you want. And in a decade or so, cars probably will be capable of driving themselves, so we won’t even need luxuries like vision, hearing and reflexes. But for those who still count on their cars and like to be able to drive themselves around, there are (early self-driving) technologies that are worth upgrading to now. We particularly recommend cars with city- and highway-speed automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring and lane-keeping assist. Those can be lifesavers. And then there are the mere fender savers, like rear cross-traffic alert and audible parking sensors. And while these technologies are great for everybody, they’re particularly helpful for older drivers, whose reflexes may have slowed down a bit. Automatic emergency braking, in particular, is awesome. If you don’t notice that a car in front of you has slowed or stopped, you’ll get an audible warning. If you don’t react and hit the brakes yourself, the car will then hit the brakes for you in order to prevent or lessen the severity of an accident. It’s pretty amazing. What usually happens with older drivers is that at some point, there’s an “incident.” You don’t notice a stopped

car, or you lose all common sense and try to brave a Trader Joe’s parking lot on a Saturday morning, and bang -- there’s an accident. At that point, the kids gang up and decide it’s time to confiscate your Mercedes S-Class, and you lose a big piece of your independence. Well, these safety features can often delay that day of reckoning by helping you avoid certain accidents. Not every accident, but a lot of common ones. So why not take advantage of them if you can? Everybody should, but especially those whose lives and routines could be permanently disrupted by one unfortunate accident. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety maintains a pretty good list of cars that have the most up-to-date safety equipment. You can find the 2018 picks at http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/ TSP-List. Look for cars with TSP-Plus ratings (Top Safety Pick Plus). And if you actually go out to buy one of those cars, be sure to carefully check the equipment on the exact car you purchase, since many of these features are optional still. So, some cars on the lot will have the good stuff, and some identical-looking cars won’t. Triple-check -- or better yet, bring a grandson who plays linebacker with you to deal with the salesman. And Barbara, we hope these technologies get you safely through the next decade, when you can write back and I’ll recommend a self-driving car for you.


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Lila Mae Kirkvold Lila Mae Kirkvold, 83, passed away Saturday, January 27, 2018. Funeral services were held at 11 AM Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Grace Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation was 5-7 PM on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at Heritage Funeral Home. Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery. Heritage Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Wayne Olson Wayne Arthur Olson, age 81, died on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Visitation was on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 from 4:00-6:00 PM at Heritage Funeral Home. A rosary and Catholic prayer service were at 6:00 PM. Funeral services were on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at St. Mary's Catholic Church at 11:00 AM with a luncheon and burial at Woodlawn Cemetery after the service. www.heritagesfsd.com Marlene Schliemann Marlene Schliemann, 68, died January 26, 2018. Funeral services were at 10:00 AM Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, Main Avenue location. Interment was in Hills of Rest Cemetery. Visitation with the family was from 5:007:00 PM Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at the funeral home. www. millerfh.com John P. Bohls John P. Bohls, age 75. Visitation was Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 5 PM with a Wake service at 7 PM at St. Thomas More Catholic Church (48 & Grover St.). Funeral was Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 11 AM at St. Thomas More Church. Memorials to the family for the charities of their choice. Gwen Casten Gwen A. Kringen Casten, 74, died on Jan. 20, 2018. Private family services have been held at Norway Lutheran Cemetery in Garretson. georgeboom.com Andrew A. Close Andrew A. Close, 100, died January 15, 2018. A celebration of Life and Legacy of Andrew will be at a later date. Memorials to De Smet Fire Department, De Smet American Legion, or local charity. Daryl Fokken Daryl Fokken, 78, died January 22, 2018. Memorial services are planned for this spring in South Dakota. Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home is assisting the family. dindotklusmann.com

Bernice A. Oswald Bernice A. Oswald, 100, died Wednesday, January 24, 2018. Funeral Services were held at 1:30 PM Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at Viborg United Methodist Church with burial at Hillcrest Cemetery, Irene. Visitation was 1 hour before services. Arrangements by Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home. hofmeisterjones. com Paula Peschke Paula K. Peschke, 49, passed away Wednesday, January 24, 2018. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, January 30, 2018, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. The family was present to greet friends for visitation from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Monday, January 29, 2018 at the Miller Funeral Home Westside Chapel. A full obituary and online registry may be viewed at www. millerfh.com. Elaine Josephine Roth Elaine Josephine Roth, 90, passed away on January 23, 2018. A memorial for both Elaine and Ralph Roth will be held this summer in Huron. Herbert H. Shafer Herbert H. Shafer, 87, died January 22, 2018. Memorials to The Shriner's Children's Hospital, or local food pantry or homeless shelter. A private memorial service to celebrate Herb's life will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent to Sharyl Hatlestad, 25340 480th Ave., Garretson, SD. A complete online obituary is available at Kirk Funeral Home in Rapid City. Louis Weber Louis Weber, 95, died Monday, January 22, 2018. In honor of Louis's wishes, his ashes will be interred at the Black Hills National Cemetery, in Sturgis, at a later date. Additional private family services will also be held. Memorials to Good Samaritan Center of Lennox or St. Magdalen's Catholic Church in Lennox. Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home is assisting the family. dindotklusmann.com Carolee Anderson Carolee Kay Anderson, age 44, died on Friday, January 26, 2018. Memorial mass was held on Saturday, February 3, 2018, at 10:30 AM, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Worthington, MN. Visitation was held on Friday, February 2, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00PM, at the Benson Funeral Home in Worthington.

Lorraine L. Anderson Lorraine L. Anderson, 87, died Fri., Jan. 26, 2018. Funeral service was at 10 AM Mon., Jan. 29, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 2 PM Sun., Jan. 28, 2018 at the funeral home, with family present from 2-4 PM. Obit and online guestbook at www.georgeboom.com. Dr. James I. Hovland Dr. James Iver Hovland, 83, passed away on January 24, 2018. A visitation was held on Sunday, January 28, 2018 from 1:00-3:00 PM, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, including a wake service at 2:30 PM. Memorial Service was held Monday, January 29, 2018 at 11:00 AM at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Sioux Falls, followed by interment at St. Michael's Cemetery. Memorials to St. Joseph's Indian School in Chamberlain. www.millerfh.com Robert Straub Robert Paul Straub II, 58, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Visitation was at 5:00 PM Sunday, January 28, 2018 at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:00 AM Monday, January 29, 2018 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph. A complete obituary is available at barnett-lewis.com. Clara S. Craddock Clara Craddock, age 101, died Thursday, January 25, 2018. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM Friday, February 2, 2018 at St. John American Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Interment was in the Pleasant View Cemetery, Harrisburg. Visitation with the family was from 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, South Side Chapel, 7400 South Minnesota Avenue. Memorials may be directed to St. John American Lutheran Church Endowment Fund. www.millerfh.com Paul Flanagan Paul K. Flanagan, age 85, passed away Friday, January 26, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM on Thursday, February 1, 2018 at Holy Trinity Catholic Parish in Huron with burial at St. Martin's Cemetery. Visitation was from 3-7 PM with the family present from 5-7 PM on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 followed by a scripture prayer service and time of sharing at 7 PM at the Welter Funeral Home in Huron/ visitation one hour prior to the funeral mass at the church. For Paul's complete obituary, visit www.welterfuneralhome.com. Isabelle C. Short Isabelle Short, 93, passed away on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, February 3, 2018, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Brookings with burial at St. Mary's Cemetery in Elkton. Visitation was on Friday, February 2, 2018, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a Scripture Service and Rosary at 7 PM at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. www.skrochfc.com

Nellie L. Knudson Nellie L. Knudson, 101, died Sat., Jan. 27, 2018. Her funeral service was at 10:30 AM Thur., Feb. 1, 2018 at Grace Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, with burial at 2 PM Thur. at Memorial Park Cemetery, Sioux City, IA. Visitation was at 5 PM Wed., Jan. 31, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls, with family present to greet friends from 5-7 PM. Following the burial service, the family as present at Meyer Brothers Morningside Chapel, 6200 Morningside Ave., Sioux City, IA. Please consider a donation in Nellie's memory to Grace Lutheran Church. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com. Joe Elmer Kooima Joe Elmer Kooima, 89, died on Sunday, January 28, 2018. Memorial Service was at 11:00 AM Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at the Doon United Reformed Church in Doon, IA. Private family burial at Valley View Cemetery in Rock Valley preceded the service. Visitation with the family was from 5:30 to 7:00 PM Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at the Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley. Condolences may be sent to www.porterfuneralhomes.com. Carol Mullinix Carol Mullinix, 70, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2018. A memorial visitation was held from 5:00 to 6:30 PM on Thursday, February 1, 2018, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Avenue. www.millerfh.com John Schissel John J. Schissel, 68, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Celebration of John's Life was on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Vermillion. Rosary was at 5:00 PM with family Visitation at 5:30 PM until the service time at the church. Condolences may be posted online to www.koberfuneralhome.com. Dr. Philip Eckhoff, Jr. Dr. Philip James Eckhoff, 70, died January 26, 2018. A Celebration of Life Service was held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 4:00 PM at the VFW in Sioux Falls. Heritage Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. www. heritagesfsd.com Alma Hofer Alma Martha Hofer, 86, passed away Monday, January 28, 2018. Funeral services were held on Friday, February 2, 2018 at 1:00 PM at the Salem M. B. Church of rural Bridgewater. Visitation was on Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Walter Funeral Home in Freeman. Bryce Jensen Bryce Corey Jensen, 53, passed away on Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Memorial visitation was held on Saturday, February 3, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM, at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. In lieu of flowers, his family asks that anyone who wishes to, please make donations to local animal shelters. www.heritagesfsd.com

Gloria Loos Gloria L. Loos, 95, passed away on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Mass of Catholic Burial was held at 2:00 PM on Friday, February 2, 2018 at Avera Prince of Peace Chapel, followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be directed to Dougherty Hospice House. www.millerfh.com

Robert Rossmeisl Robert Rossmeisl, 86, passed away on January 30, 2018 A funeral Mass was held at 9:30 AM on Saturday, February 3, 2018, at Christ the King Catholic Church with a luncheon and family present following the Mass. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to O'Gorman High School. www.millerfh.com

Carol Schutte Carol Jean Schutte, 84, died Mon., Jan. 29, 2018. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM, Fri., Feb. 2, 2018, at Hartford United Methodist Church in Hartford. Visitation with family present to greet friends was from 5:00-7:00 PM, Thurs., Feb. 1, 2018, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Additional obituary information and online guestbook may be found at www.georgeboom.com

Marilyn Swenson Marilyn L. Swenson, 81, passed away Monday, January 29, 2018. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Saturday, February 3, 2018 at Highland Lutheran Church, rural Sherman. There was no visitation. Memorials may be directed to the Highland Lutheran Church. Minnehaha Funeral Home, Garretson is assisting the family. www.minnehahafuneralhome. com

Gregory Wickre Gregory Wickre, 42, died Friday, January 26, 2018. Memorial service was at 2:00 PM Friday, February 2, 2018 at St. John's Lutheran Church of Britton. Greg will go to his final resting place in Britton Cemetery this Spring under the direction of Price Funeral Chapel of Britton. Visitation was 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday, February 1, 2018 at church fellowship hall, with a 7:00PM prayer service. Condolences to Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wickre, Box 465, Britton, SD 57430. An online guestbook and obituary is available at www. pricefuneralchapel.net. Harry Axemaker Harry Axemaker, age 76, died Monday, January 29, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Friday, February 2, 2018 at Holy Family Catholic Church with burial and military rites at Servicemen's Memorial Cemetery. Visitation was from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Thursday, February 1, 2018 at the Will Funeral Chapel with a prayer service at 7:00 PM. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established in Harry's name. Theodore "Teddy" Henry Boddicker Theodore "Teddy" Henry Boddicker went to his heavenly home Tuesday, January 30, 2018. Funeral service was Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 10:30 AM at Faith Lutheran Church in Parkston. Visitation was Friday, February 2, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a 7:00 PM prayer service at Faith Lutheran Church in Parkston. Arrangements by Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Parkston. Minnie De Yager Minnie De Yager, 90, died Sunday, January 28, 2018. A celebration of life was held Friday, February 2, 2018 at 10:30 AM at Inwood Christian Reformed Church in Inwood, IA. Burial was at Richland Cemetery, Inwood, IA. Visitation with the family present was held Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 6:00-7:30 PM at the Inwood Christian Reformed Church. Memorials may be given in Minnie's memory to Inwood Christian School. www. porterfuneralhomes.com

Joyce Williamson Joyce Williamson, 89, died Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. Services were at 10:00 AM Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at St. Magdalen Catholic Church, Lennox. Visitation, with the family present, was at 5:00 PM with a prayer service at 7:00 PM Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 also at St. Magdalen. Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home is assisting the family. dindotklusmann.com Donald "Dick" R. Forster Dick Forster, 87, passed away on January 30, 2018. Services were on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 2:00 PM at Living Word Church in Milbank. Burial was at Milbank City Cemetery. Visitation was held on Friday, 5:00-7:00 PM, at Mundwiler Funeral Home in Milbank, and at the church, one hour prior to the service. www. mundwilerfuneralhome.net Thomas Kuhn Thomas Kuhn, 67, passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Visitation with the family present was from 2 to 4 PM with a prayer service at 4 PM on Sunday, February, 4, 2018, at Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 West 41st Street. A Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 AM on Monday, February 5, 2018, at St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Parish with committal at St. Michael Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Matthew Schreurs Matthew Schreurs, age 37, died Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Monday, February 5, 2018 at The Church of St. Mary in Larchwood, IA. Burial was in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery at Alvord, IA. Visitation was Sunday, February 4, 2018 from 2:00 - 4:00 PM with the family present at The Church of St. Mary in Larchwood. There was a vigil service at 4:00 PM Sunday at the church. Joyce Williamson Joyce Williamson, 89, died Monday, January 29, 2018. Services were held at 10:00 AM Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at St. Magdalen Catholic Church, Lennox. Visitation, with the family present, was held at 5 PM with a prayer service at 7:00 PM Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 also at St. Magdalen. dindotklusmann.com


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• “Dell Rapids: A Walk through History” – The Public is invited by the Minnehaha County Historical Society on Thursday, Feb. 15th to the Old Courthouse Museum 200 W 6th St Sioux Falls, SD for the Free History Talk at 7:00 pm.; “Dell Rapids: A Walk through History” Local Historian and Columnist, Craig Kumerfield, takes us on a tour of Dell Rapids, SD history using the businesses and buildings of Historic Main Street as his guide. For more information, call (605) 951-9200 or Email info@minnehahahistory.org or Like us on facebook for more information. • SF Social Singles Friday Night Dinner – Feb. 9: Brazillian Grill, 2401 S. Carolyn Avenue at 6:30pm. 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) 201-9881 or (605) 360-1908. • Spaghetti Dinner & Live Auction – The Sioux Falls Sioux Empire Lions Club will be holding its 17th Annual Spaghetti Dinner and LIVE Auction at the Active Generations (2300 W. 46th Street) on Saturday March 24, 2018 from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM. This annual dining EXTRAVAGANZA event helps the Sioux Empire Lions Club raise funds to support many organizations locally, including The Banquet, Bishop Dudley House, Meals on Wheels and at-risk-youth programs at Axtell Park and Joe Foss Schools. Additionally, we also support many Lions programs including Dakota Lions Sight and Health, SD Lions Foundation, SD School for the Blind, Leader Dog for the Blind and Lions Clubs International Foundation Disaster Relief Program. The Spaghetti Dinner will be a complete meal with salad, beverages and a live auction. Come hungry and bring your family, friends and neighbors for an exciting night of great food and fun. Tickets can be purchased from Sioux Empire Lions Club members at their weekly Wednesday noon meetings at the Center for Active Generations or at the door the day of the event. Cost of a ticket is $5.00 per Adult. Children 5 years or under are FREE. Questions can be answered by calling Lion Shiloh Oorlog at (605) 941-9907. • Free Tax Assistance & Preparation Available – The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program is providing free tax assistance and preparation for taxpayers

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Hope offered Liam some comfort and a place to vent his emotions. Katie and Wyatt both were conflicted about the wedding. Ridge and Brooke remained hopeful that they would serve as an example to Liam that forgiveness was always the answer. Eric and Quinn were surprised but supportive of what was in store for the wedding guests. Steffy called Liam to see if he would escort her to the wedding. Hope and Maya gifted the bride with something old. Later, Steffy and Hope made a pact while Wyatt and Liam discussed their relationships. Carter officiated Brooke and Ridge’s nuptials. Wyatt had a romantic surprise for Katie when she returned home. Wait to See: An unexpected breakup leaves two lovers in distress. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Chad and Abigail walked in on a heated moment between Vivian and Stefan. Rafe questioned a suspect about Andre’s murder. JJ pursued a new line of work. Valerie gave Lani an ultimatum. Gabi was booked on murder charges. Brady and Eve went on their first real date together. Lani made a confession to Eli. Claire was intrigued when she realized that Ciara and Tripp were keeping a secret. Will and Paul spied on John and discovered his disturbing plans. Steve’s condition worsened as he and Kayla raced against time to find out what was wrong with him. Eli was faced with a difficult decision. Claire tried to get the truth out of Tripp. Will confronted John about his deadly secret. Wait to See: Kate discovers a shocking scene at the DiMera Mausoleum. GENERAL HOSPITAL Sam made a confession. Ava couldn’t help herself. Carly warned Jason not to give up. Michael was extremely grateful. Franco confided in Kevin. Curtis and Jordan teamed up. Alexis and Finn bonded. Julian felt pestered. Anna continued her investigation. Robin read between the lines. Peter bumped into Lulu. Alexis turned to Sam for help. Ned’s words were very impactful. Julian declined an offer. Jim Harvey continued to make waves. Anna was in denial. Drew pushed back. Sam asked for a favor. Carly vented her frustrations. Drew was troubled. Valentin stayed by Nina’s side. Franco had a moment with Obrecht. Peter’s curiosity was piqued. Wait to See: Anna and Felicia commiserate together. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Devon realized that Hilary misunderstood his offer to buy GC Buzz and thought she would still have a creative position with Hamilton-Winters. Mariah arrived at the office but was quickly left alone with Tessa. Devon followed Hilary, who admitted to him that she started her fertility treatments earlier that day. Traci was devastated when Dina didn’t recognize her during a video call from Paris. Victor met with Noah after his drunk and disorderly incident at the tower. J.T. attempted to surprise Victoria with a big dinner party, but Chelsea and Phyllis soon found themselves at odds while breaking bread. Cane and Lily planned to renew their vows on Valentine’s Day. Wait to See: J.T. and Traci reminisce about Colleen. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Bad Mom’s Christmas (R) — Is it possible for a mother to sit back and actually enjoy Christmas? Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) — the original Bad Moms — are back in hot-mess action mode, this time facing the mother of all holidays and its attendant family pressures. I invite you to watch the “unrated” online trailer. It’s a fair representation of the raunch level, which is pretty dang high. The inclusion of three veteran comedians in Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines and Susan Sarandon as the grandmoms doesn’t really kick up the comedy so much as it spreads it out. It’s definitely watchable and funny, but if the first one was shocking but refreshingly honest Paramount Pictures humor, this was is an over-thetop hammering of vulgarity — Julianne Moore in “Suburbicon” plus you’ll see what’s coming, including the obvious potential Malcomson), who jealously guards setup at the end. him like a prize, and he works at night Only the Brave (PG-13) — A spec- a garage for the local mechanic (Deltacular ensemble cast — Josh Brolin, roy Lindo). When Alison (Claire van Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer der Boom) is stranded in town with a Connelly, Andie McDowell, Ben Har- broken-down car and a troubled past, dy — takes on heroism and sacrifice, Henry and Alison are forced to conwith heartwarming results as mesmer- front not only their growing feelings izing as a flame. The story focuses on for one another, but the secrets and Superintendent Eric “Supe” Marsh sins of the past. Directed by Alison (Brolin) and his singular devotion to Eastwood, “Battlecreek” is almost by his elite crew of firefighters and their necessity dark, but never hopeless. training, as well as new recruit Bren- Skarsgard is luminous, and this film is dan “Donut” McDonough (Teller, who a hidden gem that needs to see much is having a banner year) and ultimately, more of the light. the story of their battle in the Yarnell Hill wildfire in June 2013. It is based NEW TV RELEASES on the GQ article “No Exit,” which Ancient Aliens Season 10, Volume 2 chronicled these famed “hotshots.” Bosom Buddies The Complete Suburbicon (R) — Suburbicon is a Series bastion of homogeneity, an idyllic, lilyThe Ren & Stimpy Show: The white paradise. One black family and a Mostly Complete Collection home invasion later, and resident GardHomeland The Complete 6th Season ner Lodge (Matt Damon) is becoming © 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.

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• Active Generations: Tuesday • Fifth Annual In Her Shoes Night Dance Schedule – Feb. 6: Empowerment Breakfast – Happy Memories; Feb. 13: Solid Thursday, Feb. 8 from 7:30Country-“Sweetheart Dance”; 9:30 am held at the Sioux Falls Feb. 20: Norgaard Country; Feb. Convention Center - Exhibit Hall 27: Larry the Rhythmair. Cost: 1-2,1201 N. West Ave. AdmisMembers: $5; Non-members: sion is $35. Join us for a morn$6. Special Dances Cost: Mem- ing of fellowship, inspiration bers: $6; Non-members: $7. and empowerment at the fifth Held at Active Generations, 2300 annual In Her Shoes EmpowerW 46th St. Public is Welcome! ment Breakfast benefiting Dress For more information, call (605) for Success Sioux Falls! Hear 333-3307. powerful messages from Inter• Sioux Falls Stampede Hockey national author, Psychologist – February 9 & 10 at 7:05 pm. and Founder of Women’s Impact March 9 & 10 at 7:05 pm and and FLAW Club, Cris Linnares, March 11 at 6:05pm at the Denny along with local women about Sanford PREMIER Center. The what empowerment has meant Sioux Falls Stampede are a Tier in their lives. Ticket purchase 1 junior ice hockey team based includes breakfast and program! in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, that For more information or quescompetes in the United States tions regarding a sponsorship, Hockey League (USHL). They please contact Samantha Buckare members of the Western nell at (605) 336-3662 ext. 205 Conference. For more informa- or sbucknell@embe.org tion, visit www.sfstampede.com • Sioux Falls Stamp Club Meetor call (605) 336-6060. ing – Held the 1st Wednesday of • Sioux Falls Skyforce Basket- the month at 7pm held at Caille ball – Friday & Saturday, Feb. 9 Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie & 10 at 7pm. Tuesday, Feb. 13 at Circle, off W. 49th St. Collectors 6:30 pm. All games held at the of all ages are welcome. Our next Sanford Pentagon. For more in- meeting is February 7, 2018. formation http://siouxfalls. Newvisit DVDs Reviewed in FOLLOW This USColumn Will ON FACEBOOK FOR THE TO WIN5, PRIZE GIVEAWAYS! dleague.nba.com/ be Released the WeekCHANCE of Feb. 2018

• Fat Tuesday Flapjack Follies – The First United Methodist Church Chancel Choir is again 28th year - serving pancakes for a Shrove Tuesday supper. Our Fat Tuesday Flapjack Follies is February 13th from 4:30 - 6:30 PM in the Wesley Dining Room at First Church, 401 S. Spring Why Shrove Tuesday? In the Middle Ages people used to confess (‘shrive’ - to confess) their sins on Shrove Tuesday so they were forgiven before the season of Lent which falls 47 days before Easter Sunday. Why serve pancakes? The women of the households had to use up the foods not allowed during Lent - fat, butter, and eggs, thus, the pancakes. Other names for Shrove Tuesday are Pancake Day, Mardi Gras(French for grease) or Fat Tuesday. Cost per adult is $5, ages 3-12 is $3, and under 3 is free. Tickets may be purchased ‘at the door’ or by calling 336-3652. You won’t want to miss the Mardi Gras style of entertainment! The proceeds will benefit the afterschool Kidstop Program at First Church and also the purchasing of band instruments for Lowell Elementary School. • Monthly Jam with the Dakota Country Pickers – The South Dakota Country Music Opry House and Museum at 122 S. in Main Lennox SD will host: February 11, Sunday afternoon at 2 pm. Open to all musicians to come and play. Light lunch will be available. All musicians welcome. All events are open to the public with a free will donation. Contact: Wini at (605) 310-2441 or check out the web - southdakotacountrymusichalloffame. org

with low to moderate income in in Sioux Falls. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation service, giving special attention to the older population. You do not need to be a member of AARP or a retiree to use this service. The program is offered at two convenient locations in Sioux Falls: Active Generations (West 46th) and the Prairie West Library (West 26th). For specific site details, visit aarp. org/siouxfalls. To make an appointment at either location, call (605) 336-6722. For more

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March is National Kidney Month The National Kidney Foundation Serving the Dakotas will be having several events in March as we raise awareness for the 30 million Americans who have kidney disease, of which most of them don’t know they have it. To kick off National Kidney Month please join us for the Kidney Walk Kick-off on March 1, 2018 from 5-7pm at the Falls Overlook Café. This fun, informative evening will include refreshments, learning about the work the National Kidney Foundation is doing in the Sioux Falls area, and discussing the kick-off to the Kidney Walk on June 10, 2018. We will be honoring “World Kidney Day” which is March 8, 2018 by “Lighting the Month Orange”. During the evening of March 1st we will be lighting the falls orange as well as area businesses and homes will be lite up in orange. To show your support on March 8, 2018, and all month long, you can light your homes, businesses and wear orange, & share about World Kidney Day and National Kidney Month and Kidney Walk on social media. On March 9, 2018 the fun will continue with the “Rat Pack Vegas Night” at the Downtown Holiday Inn City Centre. This will be an evening of food, music, games and fun. The event will be a two-part evening: VIP Event: Tickets are $60, which includes a Social at 5:30pm and a Dinner being served at 6:00pm. Dinner choices are beef, chicken or vegetarian, which also includes salad, a roll and desert. Children 12 and under VIP Tickets are $15 which is a dinner of chicken strips. Along with a great dinner guests will be treated to a VIP gift, preview to the silent auction items, music and a ticket to the general admission event. Also during the VIP event we will also be presenting the Friend of the Foundation Awards to Kathy Teer & Chuck Sutton Auctioneer Services. The General Admission Event: Tickets are $25, will go from 8 pm–Midnight, and include appetizers, silent auction, casino games, additional games, and live music by the band LEDFOOT. Purchase Tickets at https://www.kidney.org/events/ social/rat-pack-vegas-night-0 or Contact our office at 605-3604939 or gene.dickey@kidney.org – 4:30-6:30 pm – Tickets: $40 per person presale - $45 day of event (Tickets available at the Active Generations Information Window after March 1). May: Thursday, 5/3 – Active Living Expo – 9:00-1:00 pm – Over 65 vendors for health, wealth and travel advice. Wednesday-Friday, 5/9-5/11 – Active Generations Library Book Sale - During business hours (9-5) each day. Thursday, 5/10 – Spring Follies Variety Show – 2:30 or 7:00 pm shows – Tickets: $7 (available mid-April at Active Generations Information Window)

If you’re looking for indoor artful fun with the kids this week, put a heartfelt stamp on homemade Valentine’s Day cards, gift tags, lunch bags, stationery, you name it, using printing stamps you make together. First hunt for craft supplies and recycled items from around the house, and then make the stamps. You might even peek in the pantry and decide to carve a potato stamp. Set out paper, paint or a stamp inkpad, and get in the rhythm. Stamp, stamp, stamp. A pink heart here, and a red or violet heart there. And why not print a few X’s and O’s in between to add to the love?

Here’s what you’ll need: —Wooden toy blocks or lumber scraps in sizes easy to hold when stamping —Self-adhesive craft foam sheets —Scissors —Pencil —Plain sheets of stationery, cardstock and/or construction paper in white or favorite Valentine’s Day colors —Acrylic paints in Valentine’s Day colors, or stamp inkpads —Paper plates and a small paintbrush, if using paint —Markers for outlining the stamped shape (optional) Here’s the fun: First, make your printing stamps. Draw hearts, designs or alphabet letters on the foam sheet using a pencil. Cut out, peel off the paper and press foam shapes on the blocks or wood scraps. (If you only have plain foam sheets, use household glue on the

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backside and let dry completely.) On a newspaper-covered table, pour a puddle of acrylic paint on a paper plate. With a small brush, paint the extended design portion of the stamp. Blot on a paper towel, and then stamp the design on the paper. Continue stamping more sheets and cards, adding paint to the stamp as necessary. Let paint dry. Alternate method: Use stamp inkpads. If you wish, use a marker to outline the shapes to make them “pop” on the paper. I like to use a fine-tip black marker.

Extra ideas: • Make a stamp with a potato: Cut a potato in half. On the cut side, an old-

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funded in part by the David B. Jones Foundation, Augustana University’s Mellon Fund Committee, Augustana University’s Archeology Laboratory and the Sioux Falls Chapter of the Archaeological Society of South Dakota. The talk is free and open to the public. For more info contact L. Adrien Hannus, adrien.hannus@augie.edu, or call (605) 274-5493 • Dakota Opry – February, 18 from 4-6pm held at the American Legion in Tea, SD. The Dakota Opry is a country music show featuring some of the best musicians in the region along with special guests and frequently hosting National Acts. The Dakota Opry is held on the third Sunday of each month (excluding May through August and December). It is the biggest country show with a nine piece band this side of Branson without the drive. • Sioux Empire Home Show™ – Friday & Saturday, Feb. 23 & 24 from 10am-8pm. Sunday, Feb. 25 from 11am-5pm. Held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center & Arena, 1201 N. West Avenue. Meet the professionals first hand at the annual Sioux Empire Home Show™. Building, decorating, financing, landscaping and much more will be on display spread out over 50,000 square feet of the Sioux Falls Convention Center and Arena. Whether you’re building, renovating, landscaping or looking for innovative ideas, there’s something for everyone at this year’s event. Building, decorating, financing, landscaping and much more will be featured. Visit http://hbasiouxempire.com/ events/sioux-empire-homeshow/ for a full list of exhibitors and map and admission costs. For more information, call (605) 361-8322. • 2018 Dakota Royal Charity Draft Horse Show Dates Announced – Top six horse hitches from across the US will trot in to the Swiftel Center in Brookings, SD Sat & Sun June 23rd & 24th, 2018. The show with over 60 draft horses in the ring at once is the only SD qualifying event for the North American Classic Six Horse Hitch competition Many volunteers will roll out the royal SD welcome for over a hundred draft horses and their skilled handlers. This event is a real WOW for the Midwest audience. • Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon – Mark your calendars for the Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon, Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Award Nomination Forms will be available in January. • Active Generations Events – March: Thursday, 3/22 - Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre 6:308:30 pm - Members $12 – NonMembers $15 (Must purchase tickets prior to March 9 from the Active Generations Information Window). Thursday, 3/29 – 50th Anniversary Spring Fever Concert with The Apostles – 6:309:30 pm – At the Door Cover Charge: Members $5 – NonMembers $10. April: Thursday, 4/5 – Money Matters Financial Seminar Event – 9:00-5:00 – (Pre-Registration required at the Active Generations Information Window). Wednesday-Friday, 4/11-4/13 – Spring Craft Bazaar & Bake Sale – During business hours (9-5) each day. Wednesday, 4/18 – BRIDGES Job Fair – 2:00-5:00 pm. Sunday, 4/29 – 17th Annual Gourmet Guys

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er child or adult may carve out everything you don’t want in the design. Sop up extra moisture from the potato with a paper towel before printing. Poke a fork in the opposite side of the potato for a handle to make stamping easier for small hands, then stamp away. • Make your own stamping pad: Set a clean, damp standard kitchen sponge on a plastic plate and pour paint on the sponge, making sure not to oversaturate it. When not in use, store for a few days in a container with a tightly fitting lid. *** 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.” © 2018 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

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MOMENTS IN TIME

Deciding when to start having kids can involve many factors Q: I’ve been married for almost two years. My husband and I want to start a family, but we’re not sure when. Is it wise to wait until we’re better established? Jim: Choosing when to have children is a very personal decision, and couples wait for a lot of reasons. But many family experts agree that waiting for the “perfect time” may not be the best decision. I’ve known couples who elected to finish their education or to get their career and a steady income established before they had kids. I can relate to both of those concerns. My wife, Jean, and I waited until we had earned our college degrees and had good careers underway before we started our family. So there’s something to be said for stability. But many couples seem to be after perfection. They’re waiting for the right salary, the new home and for every other detail of life to be perfectly in place. The reality is there may never be a perfect time. Life will always present challenges of one kind or another. In fact, parenting itself creates inconvenience. Parenting is all about looking outside yourself and acting sacrificially on behalf of another. That means children will always challenge our budget, our time or our confidence as a parent. But that’s certainly not the whole story. Children bring a new dimension of joy and fulfillment to a couple’s lives that can’t be experienced in any other

* On Feb. 11, 1858, in France, Marie-Bernarde Soubirous, a 14-year-old peasant girl, first claims to have seen the Virgin Mary. The 18 apparitions occurred in a grotto of a rock promontory near Lourdes. * On Feb. 7, 1914, the silent film “Kid Auto Races at Venice” premieres featuring the actor Charlie Chaplin in his first screen appearance as the “Little Tramp.” * On Feb. 9, 1942, the Normandie, the first major liner to cross the Atlantic in less than four days, burns and sinks in New York Harbor during its conversion to an Allied troop transport. A welder set fire to life preservers, and by early the next morning the ship lay smoking and capsized in the harbor. * On Feb. 6, 1952, King George VI of Great Britain and Northern Ireland dies. Princess Elizabeth, the oldest of his two daughters, was crowned Queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953, at age 27. Today, Elizabeth has reigned for almost 65 years. * On Feb. 8, 1978, a classic During This Week “Nor’easter” storm that in February brought a severe blizzard to New England finally subsides. The blizzard, the worst to hit New England since 1888, was blamed for 56 deaths and dumped 55 inches of snow in some areas. * On Feb. 5, 1988, in Miami, Panama military strongman Gen. Manuel Noriega is indicted for drug smuggling and assisting Colombia’s Medellin drug cartel in trafficking cocaine to America. Noriega was found guilty at his 1991 trial and sentenced to 40 years in prison. He later was imprisoned in France and Panama, where he died in 2017. * On Feb. 10, 1996, world chess champion Garry Kasparov loses the first game of a six-game match against Deep Blue, an IBM computer. Man ultimately defeated machine, however, as Kasparov bested Deep Blue in the match with three wins and two ties and took home the $400,000 prize.

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Focus on the Family way. Working through the challenges and joys of parenting draws you together as husband and wife. Watching and helping your little ones grow will quickly become the most satisfying investment you’ll ever make. So I would suggest you take a deep, honest look at why you’re waiting to have kids. Once you and your spouse weigh the various factors involved, it wouldn’t surprise me if you decide that there’s no better time than right now. For more information on how your family can thrive, visit FocusOnTheFamily.com. Q: Whenever I try to give my wife constructive feedback about something in our marriage or around our home, she gets irritated and doesn’t respond well. Can’t I just call it like I see it? Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s that sooner or later your spouse will fail to measure up to your

expectations (and vice-versa). When that happens, do you become an encourager or a fault-finder? According to author Dr. H. Norman Wright, many marriages are sabotaged by what he calls “fault-finders.” That’s a spouse who acts out of a critical spirit and is quick to point out a partner’s shortcomings. Their attitude basically communicates: “I don’t accept you for who you are. You’re not good enough for me.” Ironically, fault-finders dish out criticism, but they take offense when discussions pop up about how they hurt the marriage. It’s an unhealthy dynamic that’ll throw a couple’s relationship into a downward spiral. Be honest with yourself. If you’ve been a fault-finder, and you can see the damage it’s causing your marriage, why not try another approach? Learn how to become your wife’s biggest cheerleader instead. Encourage her and praise her for her good qualities. Highlight your wife’s potential, and believe in your marriage for what it can become -- not just what it is right now. In other words, work at replacing your critical spirit with a positive one. Then, when circumstances arise that require you to face your own faults, you’ll be able to deal with them from a place of deep trust and goodwill -and without the defensive attitude that makes a bad situation worse. © Copyright 2018 Focus on the Family

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“And they set the altar upon his bases; for fear was upon them because of the people of those countries…” (Ezra 3:3). At first glance, this verse doesn’t seem to make much sense. Back in Ezra’s day, a city’s walls were its main line of defense. The citizens of Jericho felt very secure within the confines of the massive wall that surrounded them. So here, if fear had fallen upon the Jews because of the enemies that surrounded them, why would they build an altar, and not a wall?

Well, as you may know, at one time Jerusalem had a wall, but when Nebuchadnezzar conquered Israel, his armies “brake down the wall of Jerusalem” (II Chron. 36:19). And the people of Israel knew why God had allowed this to happen. He had warned them, “…if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God…a nation of fierce countenance… shall besiege thee…until thy high and fenced walls come down…” (Deut. 28:15,50,52). So God’s people knew

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that, if they continued in sin, the strongest of walls could not protect them. But they also knew that if they hearkened unto the voice of the Lord, He would protect them. And now that God had allowed them to return to the land after their captivity in Babylon, hearkening to the voice of the Lord included building this altar so that they could keep the Law by observing the feast of tabernacles with a burnt offering (Ezra 3:4 cf. Lev. 23:34-36). In the coming kingdom of heaven on earth, when

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God’s people will be filled with the Spirit and caused to hearken to His voice (Ezek. 36:27), God has promised them that He will be “a wall of fire round about” them (Zech. 2:5). In that day, “salvation will God appoint for walls and bulwarks” (Isa. 26:1). That’s part of what will make it heaven on earth! But here we have a dispensational difference. Your salvation is no defense against earthly enemies. You are not in the kingdom of heaven on earth, and you are not under the Law that promised Israel that God would protect them if they were good. As a responsible member of the Body of Christ, you need to take whatever precautions necessary to protect yourself from wicked men. We once knew a teenage girl who would go out jogging at night, assuring her mother that “the Lord will protect me.” She had obviously been listening to preachers who had applied the promises of the Law or the promises of the kingdom to us. While what she said sounds very spiritual, please don’t follow her example! This is one area where a failure to rightly divide the Word of truth could cost you your life. © 2018 Berean Bible Society


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DAVE SAYS Financial Straight Talk

The past can haunt you Dear Dave, My wife co-signed on a loan for an old boyfriend five or six years ago. Now, a collection agency is after her for the remaining $5,000. We make about $90,000 a year combined, and our attorney recommended we file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The idea of filing bankruptcy scares me. Is there a better way to handle this? Jeffery Dear Jeffery, Your attorney doesn’t sound very bright. A bankruptcy stays on your record for years. It’s just plain

stupid to consider trashing your financial life over $5,000. This collector bought the loan for pennies on the dollar. It’s an old debt, and that means there are very low expectations for collection. At the same time, your wife did co-sign for the loan. If you have the money, and you can pay it off without hurting yourselves financially, do it. That’s the right thing, both morally and legally. If you don’t have that kind of cash on hand, try haggling with them. See if you can get them to agree to settle for $2,500. Remember

to get this agreement in writing before you send them a dime, and do not give them access to your bank account. Chances are they’ll threaten to sue and all that stuff, but my guess is you can work out something on an old loan like this. It may take a couple of weeks and a little patience, but that’s a small price to pay if it saves you $2,500. Sorry, but you guys will have to pay something to make this go away. And I hope it teaches you both a valuable lesson — never cosign on a loan! —Dave

* Dave Ramsey is CEO of Ramsey Solutions. He has authored seven best-selling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 12 million listeners each week on 575 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on the web at daveramsey.com and on Twitter at @DaveRamsey.

MENUS ACTIVE GENERATIONS Thursday: Spaghetti & meat sauce, broccoli & cauliflower, breadstick, tropical fruit Friday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes & gravy, stewed tomatoes, lime jello with peaches Monday: Hamburger on bun, peas & carrots, carolina beans, applesauce Tuesday: Swedish meatballs, parsley potatoes, baked squash, berry fruit salad Wednesday: Sloppy joe on bun, and/or mac & cheese, carrots, pineapple, valentines day treat Nutrition Locations in Sioux Falls: - Active Generations: 2300 W. 46th St. - American Legion Post 15, 1701 West Legion Drive For more information please call 336-6748. SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN Thursday: C - Wisconsin cheese soup A - Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, mandarin oranges, roll, B Sausage pizza, D - Turkey & cheese sandwich Friday: B - Hot beef sandwich w/mashed potatoes & gravy, A - Cheese pizza, baby carrots, Jello, fresh fruit, D - Ham & cheese sub, C - Chicken pot pie soup Monday: B - Charger burger & fries, A - Nacho Bar, corn, mandarin oranges, C - Potato & ham soup, D Turkey & cheese sandwich Tuesday: B - BBQ wings, rice, D - Roast beef sandwich, C - Chicken dumpling soup, A - Meatballs, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, applesauce, roll Wednesday: D - Cold cut sub, A - Pulled pork on bun, tater tots, glazed carrots, pears, B - Grilled ham & cheese, potato chips, C Chicken wild rice soup BRANDON VALLEY Thursday: Mini Corn Dogs, Oven Baked French Fries, Baked Beans, WG Dinner Roll, Mixed Fruit, BBQ Mr. Rib on WG Bun Friday: Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Steamed Peas, Applesauce, BBQ Pork on WG Bun, Sweet Potato Waffle Fries Monday: LYNX BBQ Bowl, WG Dinner Roll, Mandarin Oranges, Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes Tuesday: Chicken Alfredo with WG Pasta, WG Garlic Breadstick, Steamed Peas, Tropical Fruit, Spaghetti & Meatsauce Wednesday: crambled Eggs, French Toast Sticks, Orange Juice, Turkey &

Milk is included in all the menus. Menu’s are subject to changes Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, WG Dinner Roll SIOUX FALLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Thursday: WG Italian Flat Bread with Marinara Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fresh Fruit Friday: WG Bean and Cheese Burrito, Celery with Dip, Peaches Monday: WG Cherry Blossom Chicken, WG Rice, Peas, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday: Chicken Fajita, WG Soft Shell Tortilla, Shredded Lettuce, Refried Beans, Fresh Fruit Wednesday: WG Fish Tender, Steamed Carrots, Pineapple, WG Dinner Roll, WG Birthday Treat SIOUX FALLS SECONDARY SCHOOLS Thursday: *Hot Ham and Cheese on WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: WG Popcorn Chicken, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll Monday: Thai Chicken on WG Rice, WG Egg Roll, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Tuesday: Pizza Burger on WG Bun, French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: Philly Steak on WG Bun, Tri Tater, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Chicken Drumstick, Chicken Strips, Cheese Quesadilla, Mashed 2-07-18

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To Your GOOD HEALTH

Should women still take estrogen? DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a question concerning estradiol. My gynecologist has me taking 1 milligram of estradiol daily. My internist recommends that I not take it. Which recommendation should I follow? I have never had hot flashes, so that is not a problem. My internist says that I need to gradually stop taking the estradiol. He says that this medicine has more problems than benefits. It is hard to choose what to do. What do you recommend? -- H.L. ANSWER: Back in the 1990s, we often recommended that women take estrogen in order to prevent problems, in addition to treating hot flashes. Two important studies came out showing that estrogen appeared to cause problems as well as prevent them. The definitive answer as to whether estrogen causes more problems than it prevents still isn’t known, and it probably depends on many factors. The term “estrogen” as I am using it refers to a group of related compounds. Estradiol is sometimes referred to as “bioidentical,” since it is the same hormone that a woman’s body makes, as opposed to conjugated equine estrogen (Premarin), which was most commonly used in the 1990s and earlier. The type of estrogen may

Keith Roach, M.D. make a difference in terms of risk. Also, estrogen is seldom given without a progesterone compound in women who have not had their uterus removed, and the type of progesterone appears to make a major difference in risk. Briefly, the evidence suggests that estrogen reduces the risk of colon cancer and of osteoporosis and fractures. However, it increases the risk of blood clots. The largest areas of confusion are in breast cancer and heart disease. For conjugated estrogens with medroxyprogesterone, which has the best information, for 1,000 women in 10 years there were seven more heart attacks, eight more strokes, eight more blood clots in the lungs and eight more invasive breast cancers, but six fewer colon cancers and five fewer hip fractures. Recent data suggest that women who start estrogen immediately at menopause have a lower risk of heart disease than those who

start five or 10 years after menopause (in fact, they may have an overall lower risk, compared with women who don’t take estrogen). Women who took estrogen alone did not have an increased risk of breast cancer. Because of the known harms of estrogen, at this time neither I nor any expert body recommends taking estrogen just to prevent problems. Until new studies become available, since you have no hot flashes, I agree with your internist. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I wanted to tell you of the unbelievable relief I’ve gotten from the small, very painful cracks that used to develop at the ends of my fingers next to the nails, usually in the winter. Since I started taking 1,000 mg of fish oil once a day, I have had only one crack. -- R.L.S. ANSWER: I couldn’t find any studies on this, but anecdotal reports say fish oil may be helpful and is unlikely to harm. It’s reasonable to give it a try. I would recommend a supplement that contains both EPA and DHA. The Costco brand was found to be of high quality. *** Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. (c) 2018 North America Synd., Inc.

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