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PROCRASTINATION

Perseverance is about as important to achievement as gasoline is to driving a car. There will be times when you’re spinning your wheels, but you’ll always get out of the rut with genuine perseverance. Without it, you won’t even be able to start your engine. The opposite is procrastination. Perseverance means you never quit. Procrastination usually means you never get started. Ask people why they procrastinate and you’ll often hear: “I’m a perfectionist. Everything has to be just right before I can get down to work.” Being unable to finish also has a perfectionist explanation: “I’m just never satisfied. I’m my own harshest critic.” Do you see what’s going on here? A fault is being turned into a virtue. This fault-into-virtue syndrome is a common defense when people are called upon to discuss their weaknesses. The basis of procrastination could be fear of failure. That’s what perfectionism really is. What’s the difference whether you’re afraid of being less than perfect or afraid of anything else? You’re still paralyzed by fear. What’s the difference whether you never start or never finish? You’re still stuck. Here’s how to turn procrastination into perseverance. First, break it down. The key to achievement is your ability to break down the task into manageable pieces and knock them off one at one time. Focus on accomplishing what’s right in front of you at this moment. Second, write it down. In our computer age, making notes has become a thing of the past. But, writing things down makes it more real—and it works! You need to keep a diary of your activities. Buy a little spiral pocket notebook. Make a quick note of the time you begin an activity and when it ends. Do this for at least a week. You will be surprised by the distractions, detours, and wastes of time you engage in. The great thing about keeping a time diary is that it brings all this out in the open. It forces you to see what you’re actually doing… ...and what you’re not doing. K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News


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To live is like to love - all reason is against it, and all healthy instinct for it. 36th ANNUAL *Pioneerland Gun Show* November 25th 9 :00 AM To 5:00 PM November 26th 9:00 AM To 3:00 PM Jackson, MN (National Guard Armory) Admission $5.00 [507]841-1540 Grass Fed Beef Available And Grass Fed Lamb In The Fall •Beef Sold By The Quarter •Can Deliver 605-447-5888 The Following Vehicle Was Towed For Being Abandoned From 47005 272nd Street In Tea SD. It Is A 1950 Ford Club Coupe Brown S/N B0SP138116. It Can Be Picked Up At A Plus Towing LLC At 1309 East Walnut Street Sioux Falls SD 57103 605-332-8984. Proof Of Ownership And Payment Of Towing And Storage Required

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PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN: Oh, Most Beautiful Flower Of Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendor Of Heaven, Blessed Mother Of The Son Of God, Immaculate Virgin, Assist Me In My Necessity. Oh Star Of The Sea, Help Me And Show Me You Are There, My Mother Oh Holy Mary, Mother Of God, Queen Of Heaven And Earth. I Humbly Beseech You From The Bottom Of My Heart To Succor Me In My Necessity. There Are None That Can Withstand Your Power. (3) Oh Mary, Conceived Without Sin, Pray For Us Who Have Recourse To Thee. (3)Holy Mother, I Place This Prayer In Your Hands. Say This For 3 Consecutive Days, Publish It And It Will Be Granted. Many Grateful Thanks. And To The Saints. MF

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Disposition Notice Dakotaland Storage Delinquent Tenants 025 Melissa Novak: Households, Bike, Misc. 072 Paul Neilan: Antiques, Households, Misc. 069 Ellee Spawn: Households, Misc. NP1007 Brooke Beaton: Households, Misc. D16 Thomas Doohen: Misc. K07 Jeremey Spruiell J&S Income Tax SD: Office furniture This is a 2-week Disposition/ Sale Notice Of Past Due Tenants Required By Law. Questions Call: 605-332-9922 FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Shop the Grocery stores that advertise in the Shopping News. They bring their ads to you FREE of charge.

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Thanksgiving Weekend: 7 Tips for Spending Less Money & More Time Together

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on the table for your guests to grab. · Dinner. Swap expensive cast iron pots and fancy china for disposable plates and pans. Focus on a few key dishes like the turkey or a ham, two of your favorite sides and one dessert. According to Farm Bureau, by sticking to the basics you can feed 10 people a complete Thanksgiving dinner for around $50. 4. Accept invitations from others. Did you get an invitation to join family or friends at someone else’s place for Thanksgiving? Take them up on the offer! While it’s fun to host, it’s just as fun to be a guest. Show your gratitude by offering to bring a dish and helping with cleanup after dinner. You’ll save money and make a friend for life! 5. Volunteer your time. Call us crazy, but there’s really no better way to build your savings over the Thanksgiving weekend than to skip your own dinner and provide one for someone else in need. Contact a

local soup kitchen or homeless shelter and ask how you can be of service. You might just find that this is your new favorite tradition. 6. Be a smart shopper. Surveys suggest the average person will drop $743 between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. We’re okay with this number as long as you’re getting good deals, buying stuff you already planned to buy, and keeping all of your spending in line with your budget. Stay on track by researching sales and making a specific shopping list before heading to the store or sitting down at your computer. 7. Give yourself margin. We all enjoy the holidays more when they’re not crammed with activities and stress! As you approach the start of this busy season look for opportunities to slow down. Build space into your day and into your budget. Allow yourself a little breathing room, so you have the chance to take in and appreciate the joy that’s happening around you!

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Should Pets in Cars be Restrained?

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: What do you think of the law in the U.K. that fines drivers up to $6,580 for having their pets unrestrained in the car? Isn’t that the perfect example of government overreach? — Chuck G., El Paso, Texas DEAR CHUCK: That is a hefty fine, but I understand why the law is on the books. While some dogs are comfortable sitting unrestrained in a back seat or passenger seat, so they can put their head out the window (you never see an unhappy dog doing that, ever), many pets have a hard time sitting comfortably as the car moves about. Unrestrained, dogs may slide around, fall onto the floor and otherwise be stressed by the ride. Some may get really agitated and clamber around in the car, distracting you. I know from experience how difficult it is to keep a car on the road when a cat panics, climbs up the fabric of the back of the driver’s seat, and sinks both front claws into your shoulder. And of course, if there’s an accident and your pet is unrestrained, serious injury can result. Your pet will crash into objects inside the car, or be thrown completely out of the car. The U.K. isn’t alone in enacting legislation to restrain pets in moving cars. Nine U.S. states have laws on the books as of June 2017, Orvis.com reports. Each law has different requirements and penalties, but all agree that an unrestrained pet can contribute to distracted driving or an obstructed view. Regardless of your state’s law, keep your pet safe by mak-

ing sure it is either in a carrier or a pet-specific seat restraint when you drive. Send your questions or pet tips to ask@pawscorner.com. © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Assume you’re in three notrump and West leads the jack of hearts. How would you play the hand? It may be tempting to finesse the queen of hearts, but this is demonstrably the wrong play — and in the actual deal would prove fatal. Instead, you should go up with the ace, reasoning that if West has the king of hearts and has led the jack from a suit headed by

the K-J-10, dummy’s queen will serve as a second stopper later on. And if East has the king, the queen is surely the wrong play. After rising with the ace, you should then attack clubs, forcing out the ace. In the actual deal, West has the ace, but he cannot harm you, whatever he returns. If he shifts to a spade, you win and take the diamond finesse. East has the king, but, whatever he leads next, you have nine tricks in the till. If West returns a heart after taking the ace of clubs, you are on perfectly safe ground. If he leads the ten of hearts, you cover it with the queen to establish a second heart trick with your nine; if he leads a lower heart instead of the ten, you follow low from dummy to accomplish the same result. For practical purposes, the contract can be guaranteed by going up with the ace of hearts at trick one. You assume from the opening lead that West has the ten of hearts, and that he also is the one with the heart length. If these suppositions are correct, nothing can stop you from making three notrump. The deal demonstrates once again that you don’t take a finesse merely because it’s there. There often are other factors to consider. © 2017 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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doubt started your holiday shopping already. But be careful to keep within your budget. Shop around for the best buys. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Love and friendship remain strong in your aspect over the next several days. This is a good time to develop new relationships and strengthen old ones. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A beloved family member has news that will brighten your holidays. Also expect to hear from friends who had long since moved out of your life. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Family and friends are in for a surprise when you accept the need to make a change without being talked into it. (Bet it surprised you, too -didn’t it?) AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Restoring an old friendship might not be as easy as you hoped. You might want to explore the reasons for your former buddy’s reluctance to cooperate. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your party-going activities pick up as the holiday season takes off. Enjoy your plunge into the social swim as you make new friends and renew old friendships. BORN THIS WEEK: You are caring and considerate -- two wonderful attributes that endear you to people of all ages.

2. Make a budget and check it twice. Now that your holiday priorities are in order you can budget appropriately for the coming season. Before you head out the door to grab a few groceries or to snag some good deals, sneak a quick look at your budget. Confirm that what you’re buying fits the budget so you can shop with confidence. 3. Keep things simple. In our Pinterest and Instagram world, it’s easy to forget what Thanksgiving is all about: being thankful. And, we all know that people are what really make our lives rich. Think about simplifying these two things so you have more time to spend with the people you love: · Decorations. Encourage your kids to trace their hands to make paper turkeys for a fun garland. Go outside and gather pinecones from the backyard for a pretty centerpiece. Or stretch a roll of butcher paper across the table with prompts like “I’m thankful for . . .” Place a bunch of markers or crayons

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your work on a recent job assignment is impressive and is sure to be noticed. Meanwhile, expect to receive news about an upcoming holiday event you won’t want to miss. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Saving the world one person at a time is what you were born to do. So accept it when people ask you for help, especially during the holiday season. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Now that you’ve resolved all doubts about an important decision, you can surprise a lot of people by defending your stand with your strong and well-reasoned arguments. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) The holiday mood stirs your need to nurture everyone from the family cat to great-grandma. But don’t overdo it, especially with teens, who like to feel grown up. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Enjoy basking in the warm love of family and close friends. But don’t fall into a prolonged catnap yet. There’s still much to do before you can put up your paws and relax. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Avoid pushing others to work as hard as you do on a common project. Instead, encourage them to do their best, and they might well reward you with a pleasant surprise. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Like the sensible Libra you are, you no

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Courtesy of EveryDollar.com There’s just nothing quite like Thanksgiving weekend: a morning prepping turkey and learning Grandma’s famous roll recipe, parades and football on the TV, dinner that tastes of nostalgia, long afternoon naps and . . . mad dashes to the mall. It’s no wonder we shell out the big bucks for our time together, right? This year try something different: Enjoy spending more time with one another while spending less money. Check out our tips: 1. Prioritize your holiday plans. Think beyond Thanksgiving for a moment. Write out all the things you’d like to do between now and the new year. Include travel, gifts, dinners and parties. Rank your holiday wish list and be sure your budget reflects your decisions. For instance, you may stay home for Thanksgiving so Santa has the cash to do his thing. Or maybe you’ll choose to trim your Christmas gift budget and spend that money on a Thanksgiving trip to see family.

by Linda Thistle

Each Sudoku has a unique solution that can be reached logically without guessing. Enter digits from 1 to 9 into the blank spaces. Every row must contain one of each digit. So must every column, as must every 3x3 square.

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Cressman Sanitation Is Looking For Full Time Trash Route Driver. •CDL Required •Starting Pay Based On Experience & Work History Please Call 605-759-3456 EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047 EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174 Family Oriented Trucking Company Looking For Over-The-Road Drivers To Pull Flatbed And Stepdeck Trailers. Must Have CDL, Be At Least 25 Years Old, Have A Good Driving Record, And Good Work Ethic. (605)886-8981 UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

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HELP WANTED Lee’s Meats & Sausage Tea, SD Is Now Hiring For The Wild Game Season. •Meat Cutters •Deer Skinners •Production Full And Part Time Apply In Person At Exit 73 On I-29 3 Miles West (605) 368-2161 Looking For Professional, Self-Motivated CDL A Operators For A Small Diverse Company. =Late Model Equipment= With Options Available: Reefer, Step Deck, RGN, Hopper, And Livestock. We Offer Long Haul, And Regional Work With Great Pay, And Good Home Time. Call 605-546-2107 For Detailed Information

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699

CSR Fueler/Washer/Detailer, Part-time Opening in Sioux Falls, SD Excellent Hourly Pay! Great opportunity to learn the fundamentals of preventative maintenance on diesel vehicles and grow into a diesel career or vehicle maintenance.

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SECURITY GUARD NEEDED Weekends Only. Hours Vary. EXPERIENCED WAIT STAFF NEEDED Nights & Weekends, Hours Vary Apply In Person American Legion Post 15 1701 W Legion Dr, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 605-336-3470

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Holiday/Temporary Sioux Falls, SD Mail Route. $20.40/hr + Fringe Benefits. Must meet DOT reg. Dizco Inc.: 1-855-979-4510 We Are A Commercial Roofing Applicator. We Have Been In Business For About 5 Years And Are Looking For Some More Employees. This A Full Time Position. We Work All Through The Winter And Summer So You Don’t Have To Be Worried About Finding Winter Work. You Must Be Able To Lift A Minimum Of 50lbs And Not Be Afraid Of Heights. Wages Are Negotiable Based On Previous Experience, Workability, And General Construction Knowledge. We Work In The Sioux Falls Area But We Also Travel. We Are Located In Dell Rapids. Per Diem Is Provided When Traveling Over Night. If Interested Contact Patrick (605)251-0094 Or Jerry (605)212-0459 BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Deliver the Shopping News! Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

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All Clean Is Hiring!! We Are Hiring For Morning, Evening, Weekday And Weekend Shifts. Our Starting Training Wage is $11 An Hour With A Raise After 30 Days And Bonuses Every 3 Months Please Call 605-201-2394 Or Email allcleanck@gmail.com To Set Up An Interview

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COMPONENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY Truss Fabrication & Wall Panels

Looking for motivated and committed individuals to build residential trusses and wall panels. We want individuals passionate about building a life and a career as CMC will give you leadership opportunities in fabrication and sawing. Starting wages are $14/hr, but with proven job experience, good attendance and relevant skills starting wages can be $18/hr or more. Full medical and excellent benefits package available. Work year-round primarily indoors. Relocation assistance available based on qualifying factors.

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BLUE BEACON TRUCK WASH Is Now Hiring Easily Motivated People To Join Our Team. *Fun Team Atmosphere *Daily Bonus Incentives *Paid Weekly *Opportunity For Advancement *Flexible Hours *Paid Vacation *401(k) Plan *Heated Wash Bay *$14 Please Apply In Person At: Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls 5307 N Cliff [Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90] We Drug Test EOE COLORFUL 30’ flag banners available at The Shopping News. Colton Assisted Living Has An Opening For A Part Time Driver. Taking Residents To And From Doctor Appointments And Shopping Trips Once Or Twice A Month. Paid hourly And Reimbursed Mileage. Stop In Or Call Karla Besmer At 605-446-3603.

Colton Assisted Living Has Openings For • Full Time Med Aide Days • Full Time RA, Overnight Hiring Bonus Of $500 For Full Time And $250 For Part Time Will Train Appropriate Applicant. Nights Must Be At Least 18 Must Be Able To Manage Multiple Priorities, Have A Strong Commitment To Quality, Service, And The Safety Of Our Residents. Must Have The Ability To Work Well Independently As Well As Part Of A Team While Maintaining A Positive Attitude. Stop In Or Call Karla At 605-446-3603. Shop the stores that advertise in the Shopping News - They bring their ads to you FREE of charge. Cressman Sanitation Is Looking For Full Time Trash Route Driver. •CDL Required •Starting Pay Based On Experience & Work History Please Call 605-759-3456

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HELP WANTED Lee’s Meats & Sausage Tea, SD Is Now Hiring For The Wild Game Season. •Meat Cutters •Deer Skinners •Production Full And Part Time Apply In Person At Exit 73 On I-29 3 Miles West (605) 368-2161 Looking For Professional, Self-Motivated CDL A Operators For A Small Diverse Company. =Late Model Equipment= With Options Available: Reefer, Step Deck, RGN, Hopper, And Livestock. We Offer Long Haul, And Regional Work With Great Pay, And Good Home Time. Call 605-546-2107 For Detailed Information UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699 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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EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174

WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200

We Are A Commercial Roofing Applicator. We Have Been In Business For About 5 Years And Are Looking For Some More Employees. This A Full Time Position. We Work All Through The Winter And Summer So You Don’t Have To Be Worried About Finding Winter Work. You Must Be Able To Lift A Minimum Of 50lbs And Not Be Afraid Of Heights. Wages Are Negotiable Based On Previous Experience, Workability, And General Construction Knowledge. We Work In The Sioux Falls Area But We Also Travel. We Are Located In Dell Rapids. Per Diem Is Provided When Traveling Over Night. If Interested Contact Patrick (605)251-0094 Or Jerry (605)212-0459 Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

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Contact K Lesnar at Western Commercial Printing today at 605-274-2659 WE OFFER COMPETITIVE PAY AND BENEFITS INCLUDING: GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE AND 401K.

Family Oriented Trucking Company Looking For Over-The-Road Drivers To Pull Flatbed And Stepdeck Trailers. Must Have CDL, Be At Least 25 Years Old, Have A Good Driving Record, And Good Work Ethic. (605)886-8981

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

HELP WANTED Lee’s Meats & Sausage Tea, SD Is Now Hiring For The Wild Game Season. •Meat Cutters •Deer Skinners •Production Full And Part Time Apply In Person At Exit 73 On I-29 3 Miles West (605) 368-2161

Colton Assisted Living Has An Opening For A Part Time Driver. Taking Residents To And From Doctor Appointments And Shopping Trips Once Or Twice A Month. Paid hourly And Reimbursed Mileage. Stop In Or Call Karla Besmer At 605-446-3603.

Looking For Professional, Self-Motivated CDL A Operators For A Small Diverse Company. =Late Model Equipment= With Options Available: Reefer, Step Deck, RGN, Hopper, And Livestock. We Offer Long Haul, And Regional Work With Great Pay, And Good Home Time. Call 605-546-2107 For Detailed Information

Colton Assisted Living Has Openings For • Full Time Med Aide Days • Full Time RA, Overnight Hiring Bonus Of $500 For Full Time And $250 For Part Time Will Train Appropriate Applicant. Nights Must Be At Least 18 Must Be Able To Manage Multiple Priorities, Have A Strong Commitment To Quality, Service, And The Safety Of Our Residents. Must Have The Ability To Work Well Independently As Well As Part Of A Team While Maintaining A Positive Attitude. Stop In Or Call Karla At 605-446-3603.

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699 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

Cressman Sanitation Is Looking For Full Time Trash Route Driver. •CDL Required •Starting Pay Based On Experience & Work History Please Call 605-759-3456

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2017 FALL HARVEST HELP WANTED!! Home Cooked Meals & Housing Provided. •Combine Driver &/Or Truck Drivers •Through November Or Longer •South Dakota & Kansas Dan 620-340-2843 Or Stephanie 620-340-2785 •Application Available On Website www.skinnerharvesting.com

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

Looking For Professional, Self-Motivated CDL A Operators For A Small Diverse Company. =Late Model Equipment= With Options Available: Reefer, Step Deck, RGN, Hopper, And Livestock. We Offer Long Haul, And Regional Work With Great Pay, And Good Home Time. Call 605-546-2107 For Detailed Information

WANTED Mechanic/Injection Molding Technician Preform Solution Inc. 605-335-6478

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6-Point Vehicle Check (NAPSI)—As the weather gets colder, winterizing your vehicle should be a top priority. The nonprofit Car Care Council recommends that motorists perform a six-point winter maintenance check of areas that are particularly affected by driving in rough weather. “Harsh weather can stress out a vehicle, as well as its driver,” explained Rich White, executive director of the nonprofit Car Care Council. “A vehicle that’s properly prepared for the elements can help you avoid an unplanned road emergency when the weather takes a sudden turn for the worse.” Six-Point Vehicle Check 1. Battery—Cold weather is hard on batteries, so it’s wise to check the battery and charging system for optimum performance. Because batteries don’t always give warning signs before they fail, it’s advisable to replace batteries that are more than three years old. 2. Antifreeze—Antifreeze (coolant) should be flushed and refilled at least every two years in most vehicles. Don’t add 100 percent antifreeze, however. Surprisingly, fullstrength antifreeze actually has a lower freeze point than when mixed with water. 3. Brakes—Have the brake system checked. Brakes are critical to vehicle safety and particularly important on icy or snow-covered roads. 4. Tires—Check the tire tread depth and tire pressure, including the spare. If you’ll

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What to do When Your Vehicle Breaks Down (MS) Knowing what to do when a car breaks down can make such unfortunate situations much less stressful for drivers. Smartphones and wifi networks may make it less stressful to cope with broken down vehicles. However, wifi networks are not always accessible in remote locations, so drivers would be wise to revisit these tips for handling broken down vehicles, courtesy of Esurance, in advance of their next road trip. · Turn on hazard lights. Hazard lights inform other drivers that something is wrong with your vehicle, and the sight of hazard lights typically compels fellow motorists to give drivers a wide berth and facilitate their moving off of the roadway. · Attempt to get off the highway. After turning on their hazard lights, drivers who know or suspect something is wrong with their vehicles should try to get off the highway. Move into the right-hand lane as soon as possible, ultimately trying to get onto the shoulder. Avoid the left-hand shoulder if possible, as the left lane is a passing lane and motorists likely won’t be expecting vehicles in this area of the highway. · Turn the steering wheel away from the road. Broken down vehicles are unpredict-

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Marlene Ardell (Riffel) Seykora Marlene Ardell (Riffel) Seykora, age 83, died October 31, 2017. Funeral mass was at 11:00 AM Friday, November 3, 2017, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Litomysl, MN. Family was present one hour prior to the funeral at church. www.brick-megerfuneralhome.com Dennis James "D.J." Banks Dennis James "D.J. Banks, co-founder and leader of the American Indian Movement, 80, journeyed to the Spirit World Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017. All night wakes were held Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017 at 2 PM and Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 at 12 noon; Celebration of Life at 7 PM at the Battle Point Community Center, Federal Dam. Funeral service on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 was at 10 AM at the Battle Point Community Center. Interment at Battle Point Cemetery, Federal Dam. The Chilson Funeral Home, Winsted, MN is serving the family. Online condolences www.chilsonfuneralhome.com, 320-485-4447. Thomas Lee Crelly Thomas Lee Crelly died on October 31, 2017. Visitation with family was Nov. 5, 2017 at 1 PM in Mitchell, at Will Funeral Chapel with services at 3 PM. www. willfuneralchapel.com Linda DuBois Linda DuBois, 68, passed away on Monday, October 30, 2017. Funeral service was at 10:30 AM, Saturday, November 4, 2017 at United Methodist Church, Highmore. Burial was at the Highmore Cemetery. Visitation was from 5:00 - 7:00 PM, Friday, November 3, 2017 with a 7:00PM prayer service, all at Luze Funeral Home, Highmore. Luze Funeral Home of Highmore. Visit www. familyfuneralhome.net Catherine "Jane" Rensch Catherine "Jane" Rensch, 84, died Wed., Nov. 1, 2017. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was at 10 AM Mon., Nov. 6, 2017 at Cathedral of St. Joseph, Sioux Falls. Memorial visitation was at 2 PM Sun., Nov. 5, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls, with family present from 2-4 PM. Donations to Cathedral of St. Joseph. www.georgeboom.com Eldora Arndt Eldora Arndt, age 96, passed away Wednesday November 1, 2017. Visitation was at 11:30 AM with services at 1:00 PM Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue, with burial at the Montrose City Cemetery, Montrose. www.millerfh.com

William (Bill) DelVecchio William (Bill) DelVecchio, 68, passed away Nov. 6, 2017. Memorial service was Nov. 11, 2017 at Word of Life Church 3513 N. 10th, Sioux Falls at 1 PM. John "Big John" Andresen John "Big John" Andresen, 68, died Thursday, November 3, 2017. Funeral Mass was held at 10:00 AM Wednesday, November 8, 2017, at St. George Catholic Church in Hartford, with burial at the St. George Catholic Cemetery. Family was present from 5:00-7:00 PM on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at St. George Catholic Church with a Liturgical Wake Service at 7:00 PM. www. millerfh.com Chad A. Francis Chad Francis, 49, died on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Visitation was held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 PM at Miller Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave., Sioux Falls. Funeral Services were Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Calvary Episcopal Cathedral, 500 S. Main Avenue, Sioux Falls. www.gofundme.com/chad-francis-memorial-fund www.millerfh.com Kennedy Ann Tomsha Kennedy Ann Tomsha,18, passed away on Friday, November 3, 2017. Funeral service was at 2:00 PM on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at the Tulare United Church in Tulare. Burial was in the Crandon Cemetery, rural Crandon Township. Visitation was Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 1:00-7:00 PM, at Thelen-Hyke Funeral Home in Redfield. A prayer service and time for sharing was at 7:00 PM. Family was present at 5:00 PM. A second visitation was at Eastern Star Chapel, from 10:0011:00 AM, on Thursday, November 9, 2017. Visitation was at the church prior to the funeral, from 12:00 - 2:00 PM. Contributions will help establish a scholarship in Kennedy's name at the Hitchcock-Tulare High School. www. thelen-hykefuneralhome.com Richard "Dick" Adamson Dick Adamson, age 89, passed away Monday October 30, 2017. Private family services were held, with burial at Black Hills National Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Barry Bendt Barry Bendt, 56, died Friday, October 27, 2017. Celebration of Life Services were at 2:00PM, Saturday, November 18, 2017, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory in Sioux Falls. www. georgeboom.com

Mary Lou Griffith Mary Lou Griffith, 87, passed away on October 19, 2017. A graveside service was held at the Montrose City Cemetery on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 3:00 PM. Roger C. Raile Roger C. Raile, 71, passed away on Thursday, October 26, 2017. Visitation with the family present was from 5:00 - 7:00 PM Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Miller Southside Funeral Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. Funeral was at 11:00 AM Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at Miller Southside Funeral Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. with burial at Hills of Rest Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Glen Wieczorek Glen Wieczorek, 90, died Thursday, November 2, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Mitchell Wesleyan Church with burial at Graceland Cemetery in Mitchell. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00 PM Monday, November 6, 2017 at the Bittner Funeral Chapel. Alice Dempster Alice D. Dempster, age 101, passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. Memorial Services were held at 10:00 AM on Monday, November 6, 2017, at First Presbyterian Church in Brookings. www.eidsnessfuneralhome.com Gerald "Jerry" Klaus Gerald Klaus, 80, died Tuesday, October 31, 2017. A memorial service was held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at the Miller Funeral Home West Side Chapel. Visitation was at 2:00 PM on Monday, November 6, 2017 at the chapel with the family present from 5:007:00PM. Memorials to Dakota Wesleyan Men's Basketball Program. www.millerfh.com Duane Larson Duane Larson, 94, passed away on Sunday, October 29, 2017. Funeral service was at 2:00 PM on Monday, November 6, 2017 in the Chester United Methodist Church. Visitation was two hours prior to the start of the service in the church. www.kahlerfh.com Audrey Tiggelaar Audrey (Blogg) Tiggelaar, 84, died Thursday, November 2, 2017. Memorial visitation with the family was from 2:00-4:00 PM Monday, November 6, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home, Westside Chapel in Sioux Falls. www. millerfh.com Ronald D. "Bud" Kittelson, Sr. Ronald D."Bud" Kittelson, Sr., 80, passed away on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Visitation with the family present was from 5:00 - 7:00 PM Friday, November 10, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home-Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave. Funeral service was at 11:00 AM Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Augustana Lutheran Church, 235 N. Prairie Ave. with interment at Willow Creek Cemetery, rural Dell Rapids. www. millerfh.com

LaRae R. Jensen LaRae R. Jensen, age 85, died on Sunday, November 5, 2017. Funeral Services were at 2:00 PM, Thursday, November 9, 2017 at First United Methodist Church 401 S. Spring Ave. in Sioux Falls. Family present visitation was held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 5-7PM at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. in Sioux Falls. www.millerfh.com James "Jim" Harding James "Jim" Charles Harding, age 65, passed away Saturday, November 4, 2017. Visitation was at 12 PM with the family present from 5 to 7 PM on Wednesday, November 8, 2017, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Avenue. Graveside rites were held at 1 PM on Thursday, November 9, 2017, at Hills of Rest Cemetery with a memorial service at 2 PM at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. www.millerfh.com Bonnie Bergstrom Bonnie Bergstrom, 85, died November 5, 2017. Memorial Services were held at 1:00 PM Friday, November 10, 2017, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. www.millerfh.com Betty Bowers Betty Jo Bowers, age 67, passed away on Monday, November 6, 2017. Visitation with family present was 5-7PM Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Miller Westside Funeral Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St., Sioux Falls. millerfh. com Johanna Gorter Johanna Gorter, 86, died Sunday, November 5, 2017. Funeral services were held Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Porter Funeral Home of Rock Valley, IA. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery of Doon, IA. Visitation was held one hour prior to the service from 1-2PM at funeral home. porterfuneralhomes.com James Graber James (Jim) Graber, 68, passed away Nov. 3, 2017. Funeral services were Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 at 10:30 AM at the Salem Mennonite Church (South) of rural Freeman. Visitation with the family present was Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 from 5 to 7 PM at the church. Bradley J. Klaassen Bradley Jay Klaassen, age 53, died Sunday, November 5, 2017. A graveside service was held at 1:30 PM Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 at the Worthington Cemetery. dingmannandsons.com Roger Morck Roger Lee Morck, age 73, died November 4, 2017. A family visitation was held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 5-7 PM at Anderson Funeral Home, Canton. andersonandsonsfh.com Becky Zeutenhorst Becky J. Zeutenhorst, 60, passed away November 4, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Friday, November 10, 2018 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Fairview. Visitation was 5-7PM, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 at Alcester Baptist Church. wassfuneralhome.com

Edwin A. Degen Edwin A. Degen died November 4, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM, Saturday, November 11, 2017 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Tabor. Burial was at St. Michael’s Cemetery, Sioux Falls, at 2:30 PM Saturday with Military graveside rites by the SD Army National Guard Honor Guard. Visitation was at 3:00 PM, Friday, November 10, 2017 at the Opsahl-Kostel Memorial Chapel, Tabor, with a wake service at 7:00 PM. Visitation resumed one hour prior to service at the chapel. www. opsahl-kostelfuneralhome.com Evelyn E. Staver Evelyn Staver, 97, died November 7, 2017. Funeral Services were held 10:00 AM Friday, November 10, 2017, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. The family was present to greet friends following the service. www.millerfh.com Gerald "Jerry" Bosch Gerald "Jerry" Bosch, 92, passed away Monday, November 6, 2017. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM, Friday, November 10, 2017, at Valley Springs Reformed Church in Valley Springs. Memorial visitation with family present was from 5:00 - 7:00 PM, Thursday, November 9, 2017, at George Boom Funeral Chapel in Brandon. georgeboom.com Lucas Bryson Lucas Gerald Bryson passed away on November 5, 2017. Lucas was born on February 9, 2015. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:00 AM Friday, November 10, 2017 at St. Dominic's Catholic Church in Canton with burial at Forest Hill Cemetery. Visitation with family present was Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM at the church, with a scripture service at 7:00 PM. Memorials to Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, Ronald McDonald House, 200 University Ave., St. Paul, MN 55101 or Ava's Hospice House, 1320 W 17th St., SF, SD 57117. www.andersonandsonsfh.com Craig Glenn Craig Allen Glenn, age 60, died Monday, November 6, 2017. Visitation was Friday, November 10, 2017 from 5-8 PM at Anderson Funeral Home with a 7:00 PM memorial service. www. andersonandsonsfh.com Doris Ann Walters Doris Ann Walters, 83, died on Monday, Nov. 6, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Sioux Falls. Family was present for visitation on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls from 5-7 PM. www.georgeboom.com. Gerald "Jerry" Westberg Gerald "Jerry" Westberg, 78, died November 6, 2017. A Celebration of Life was held at 1:00 PM Friday, November 10, 2017 at Minnehaha Funeral Chapel, Colton. Visitation was from 5:007:00 PM Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 at Minnehaha Funeral Chapel. minnehahafuneralhome.com

Irene Iverson Irene Iverson, 96, passed away October 15, 2017. Memorial service was at Calvary Episcopal Cathedral Saturday, November 11, 2017, at 2:00 PM. A private burial service was on October 18, 2017 at Bergen Evergreen Cemetery, rural Meckling. millerfh.com Don Keiser Don C. Keiser, 69, died Nov. 6, 2017. Funeral services were at 10AM Sat., Nov. 11, 2017 at Canton United Methodist Church. Visitation was 4-8PM Fri., Nov. 10, 2017 at Wass Funeral Home in Beresford with family present 5-7PM and prayer service at 7PM. wassfuneralhome.com Karen Mathieu Karen Marie Mathieu, 47, passed away November 6, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Saturday, November 11, 2017, at St. George Catholic Church, Hartford. Visitation was at 5:00 PM Friday, November 10, 2017 with Wake Service at 7:00 PM at church. Burial at St. George Catholic Cemetery. minnehahafuneralhome.com Gladys Rehder Gladys (Kroeger) Rehder, 92, passed away November 7, 2017. Visitation was 5-7 PM Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, at Miller Hartford Chapel, 6200 S. Western Ave., Hartford. Funeral service was at 1:30 PM Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, at Zion Lutheran Church, West Wall Lake with burial at church cemetery. millerfh.com Erling Tofteland Erling A. Tofteland, 94, passed away Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Visitation was Friday from 4-7PM at Hartquist Funeral Home, Luverne. Funeral service was Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 10:30 AM at Grace Lutheran Church, Luverne. Burial was at Maplewood Cemetery, Luverne. hartquistfuneral.com Gary Wilson Gary Wilson, 77, died Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Visitation was from 3-4 PM Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Chapel Hill Funeral Home, 901 S Minnesota Ave., Sioux Falls. Service was at 4 PM. Ray DeJong Raymond DeJong, 76, passed away November 8, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:00 AM Monday, November 13, 2017 at St. Joseph the Workman (Huntimer) Catholic Church 46402 245th St. Colton, SD with burial in St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation was at Minnehaha Funeral Home, Dell Rapids, SD from 2-4PM Sunday, November 12, 2017.minnehahafuneralhome.com


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• Gospel Show and Soup/Pie Supper Fundraiser – The South Dakota Country Music Opry House & Museum will be hosting a Gospel Show and Soup/ Pie supper fundraiser at the opry house at 122 S. Main in Lennox SD on Sunday November 19. Music will begin at 2pm with Elaine Peacock/Isabel Trobaugh - Mr. Danny Bliss - our own Sara Sandwick - a special appearance by a special guest. Some of the best homemade soups and pies will be served after the show. This is a fundraiser to help raise funds to pay for the updates that being made to the building. The upstairs bathroom in now functional. Please come out and join and help us celebrate this wonderful addition. For more information, call Wini at (605) 310-2441. • Active Generations: Tuesday Night Dance Schedule – Nov. 21: Norgaard Country. Nov. 28: Solid Country Members: $6; Non-members: $7. Held at Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 336-6722. • Sioux Falls Stampede Hockey – Fridays & Saturdays, Nov. 17 & 18 and 24 & 25 at 7:05 pm. The Sioux Falls Stampede are a Tier 1 junior ice hockey team based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, that competes in the United States Hockey League (USHL). They are members of the Western Conference. The Stampede play its home games at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. For more information, visit www.sfstampede.com or call (605) 336-6060. • Sioux Falls Skyforce Basketball – Monday, Nov. 27 at 6:30pm. Friday, Dec. 1 at 7pm. All games held at the Sanford Pentagon. For more information visit http://siouxfalls.dleague. nba.com/

• SF Social Singles Friday Night Dinner – Nov. 17: Slim Chickens, 1517 S. Minnesota Avenue (24th & Minnesota). November 24: Dareo’s Pizza, 2920 S. Minnesota Avenue. 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. • Trains At Christma – Remember as a youngster the excitement of finding an electric train or doll house under the Christmas tree? Well, you can relive those moments during the 16th annual Trains At Christmas in the Expo Building at the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds Nov. 18-19. The event is sponsored by the Sioux Valley Model Engineers Society and will feature dozens of model train layouts, vendors, food, speakers and trains for the children to play with, plus doll house displays by the Minnehaha Mini Makers. Saturday, Nov. 18 the show will be open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. On Sunday, Nov. 19 the hours are 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Ticket prices are $5 with children 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult. It’s a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season and be a kid again. It’s also a way to pass on those special memories to your own children and grand children. For more information, call (605) 274-1959. • Free History Talk – The Public is invited by the Minnehaha County Historical Society on Thursday, Nov. 16 to the Old Courthouse Museum 200 W. 6th St. for the Free History Talk at 7:00 pm.; “Gitchie Girl” Book Review, Sales & Signing with lone survivor, Sandra Cheskey & authors, Phil & Sandy Hamman. A profile of the mass murder, the manhunt, the trial of the Fryer brothers & the struggles in the

aftermath of that tragic night in 1973 at Gitchie Manitou State Reserve. For more information, call (605) 951-9200 Emailinfo@minnehahahistory.org or Like us on facebook for more information. • Menards Toy Drive –Drop box will be near the exit doors to collect new and unwrapped presents from now through the end of November. Great opportunity to put smiles on the faces of less fortunate children in the community. • The Dakota Opry – November 19th from 4pm to 6pm at The American Legion in Tea, SD. Come see Santa Claus and it will be the last show of the year. • Survivors of Suicide: Luminaires for a Loved Life – November 18th is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. This is a day when people affected by suicide loss gather together to find comfort and gain understanding as they share stories of healing and hope. Event will be held at Augustana College, 2120 S. Grange Avenue. Beginning at 4pm when survivors are welcome to create a luminary in rememberance of their loved one. The bags and supplies for decorating the luminaries will be provided. The luminaries will be placed along a pathway during the Remembrance Ceremony, which will take place at 5pm. After the ceremony, survivors will be invited to join the Luminary Walk and remember the lives of those lost to suicide. The event will conclude with a time of gathering with refreshments at the Augustana Humanities Building Atrium. For more information, call Sheri at (605) 274-1416. • The Singing Boys of Sioux Falls – Presenting their annual Christmas Concert, ‘Voices of Angels’, on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 3:00pm, at the East Side Lutheran Church, 1300 E

Soap Updates By Dana Block THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Steffy confided in Bill about how Liam betrayed her by not only kissing Sally, but by continuously defending and standing up for her against her wishes. Wyatt and Liam didn’t see eye-to-eye about Bill’s controversial views regarding business and family. Liam was beside himself with worry having not heard from Steffy and wondering where his marriage stood. Eric and Quinn relished in their impenetrable bond after having weathered the wrath of the venomous Sheila. After getting to know Steffy much better the night before, Bill had a difficult time keeping his mind off her. Wanting to move forward past their fight from the previous evening, Liam surprised Steffy with his idea to renew their wedding vows with Carter officiating. Wait to See: A son feels remorseful for not putting his family first. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Abe lashed out at JJ for shooting his son. Later, Hope took away JJ’s badge and gun. Sami and Sonny were stunned by Will’s revelation. John told Marlena that Will was alive. Theo’s shooting continued to have ripple effects all across Salem. As Chad tore into Andre, Kate began covering her tracks. Lani tried to help Abe understand how JJ ended up shooting Theo. Kayla delivered some upsetting news to Theo’s family. Valerie made a difficult confession to Abe. A tormented JJ secondguessed his actions. Kate blackmailed Tripp. Susan desperately tried to convince Will to leave town with her. Wait to See: Paul confides in John about his deception.

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10th St, Sioux Falls. Sacred, secular and seasonal selections will be presented by the Preparatory Choir and the Concert Choir. Admission is free. A freewill offering will be accepted during the concert. • Sioux Falls Stamp Club Meeting – Held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. Collectors of all ages are welcome. • Award Ceremony – Human Rights Day Essay Contest for 7th & 8th graders. Sunday, December 10, Human Rights Day at 2:00pm held at the MultiCultural Center, 515 N. Main Ave. Celebrate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Hear the winning essays, Meet the young essay writers. • Annual German Christmas Service – Held downtown at First Lutheran Church, 327 S. Dakota Ave on Sunday, Dec. 10 at 2pm. Join us for German Christmas goodies and fellowship after the service. For more information cal (605) 332-8186 or email udid66@icloud.com • CFR Provides Free Homebuyer Express Classes – The Center for Financial Resources (CFR) Homebuyer Express class will provide information and resources on purchasing and owning a home. Topics include: personal money management; credit history review; mortgage financing and the loan process; shopping for a home; homeowner responsibilities; and predatory lending awareness. Homebuyer Express is free and open to the public. The LSS Center for Financial Resources’ Homebuyer Express series is made possible through a grant from the SDHDA Homeownership Education Resource Organization (H.E.R.O.) H.E.R.O. Certificates of Completion are issued to participants after attending both parts 1 and 2. This certificate is required for some loan products and may qualify the buyer for closing cost credits through their title company. The November classes will be November 8th and 15th, 5:30-8:30 PM at the Downtown Library at 200 N Dakota Ave. in Sioux Falls. Participants can register through the calendar at www.LssSD.org or by calling 888-258-2227. • Sioux Empire Brass Holiday Concert – Sunday, Nov. 19 from 3-4pm held at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 909 W 33rd St. This year’s performance includes a special tribute to our founder, Harold “Doc” Krueger with two new commissioned works by composers Jeff Bowar

and Jeremy Hegg plus a variety of Holiday favorites. The Sioux Empire Brass is directed by Rolyn Beaird. The Sioux Empire Brass is a 35-piece brass choir made up of musicians from Sioux Falls and surrounding communities. A freewill offering will be taken. • Parade of Lights 2017 – Friday, Nov. 24 from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM. Located on Phillips Avenue in Historic Downtown Sioux Falls. Admission: FREE Beginning at 7:30 pm, dazzling lighted holiday floats and music will descend on historic Phillips Avenue from 14th Street to 5th Street. The 26th Annual Parade

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HOLLYWOOD — Clint Eastwood is so confident as a director, he’s cast the actual non-actor heroes — California friends Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlotos and Spencer Stone — to play themselves, re-creating when they took down a terrorist on a train to Paris. Supporting them are Jenna Fisher (of “The Office”), Judy Greer (“The Planet of the Apes” franchise) and Ray Corsani, as the terrorist. Eastwood’s decision to go with the real guys was made just before shooting began in July. It’s a risk, but will be very exciting to watch. “The 15:17 to Paris” opens Feb. 9. *** Who is Bill Skarsgard, and why did his recent film, “It,” gross $654 million? Skarsgard plays Pennywise in the film of Stephen King’s novel, which was already a mini-series in 1990. Skarsgard, 27, recently completed “Assassination Nation,” with Joel McHale, Maude Apatow (daughter of Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann) and Anika Nani Rose. Bill Skarsgard comes from a famous Swedish film family. His father, Stellen Skarsgard, is best known for “Mamma Mia” (2008) and will be in the upcoming sequel. Bill’s three brothers are all stars of the Swedish cinema. Alexander Skarsgard (41) is known for “The Legend of Tarzan” (2016), the HBO series “True Blood” (2008-14) and his recent Emmy-winning role in “Big Little Lies.” His brother Gustaf (36) has starred since 2013 in The History Channel’s “Vikings” (which returns for another season Nov. 29) and youngest brother Valter (21) already has appeared in 15 Swedish films. *** Cary Elwes became a star after “The Princess Bride” (1987) and starred in “Glory” (1989), “Days of Thunder” (1990), “Hot Shots” (1991) and Mel Brooks’ comedy-satire “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” (1993) to name a few. He co-stars in his producer-brother

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Happy husband wants to take marriage from good to great Q: My wife and I have a good marriage. I’d like to make it even better, but I’m not very adept at the “warm and fuzzy” stuff. How do I move our relationship from good to great? Jim: I hear this type of question a lot from men. I think it’s basically a matter of perspective, so I encourage them to approach their relationships with their wives like they would a teammate. Like a lot of guys, I was involved with sports throughout my childhood, and I’ve spent my adult years working with some great organizations. One thing I know: When you create a culture of respect and hard work among teammates, you can be successful at just about anything. I once heard a two-time Super Bowl champion say it this way: “When teammates give their best as individuals, they make each other better.” The best teams aren’t always those with the best players. Winning often comes down to teammates who are willing to work hard themselves and to motivate one another toward excellence. Play as hard for the guy next to you as you do for yourself. That’s key to success -- not just in sports, but also in business, and particularly in marriage. Your wife is your teammate through life. Be willing to work as hard at your relationship with her as you do your job, your business or the hobbies you

* On Nov. 19, 1824, a flood on the Neva River near St. Petersburg, Russia, claims an estimated 10,000 lives after an ice jam broke apart and the water overwhelmed the city’s dam. The surge was so powerful that several ships were thrown into the city’s marketplace. * On Nov. 15, 1956, the movie “Love Me Tender,” featuring Elvis Presley in his big-screen debut, premieres. Originally titled “The Reno Brothers,” the movie was renamed after a song that Presley sings during the film. * On Nov. 17, 1968, the Oakland Raiders score two touchdowns in nine seconds to beat the New York Jets -- and no one sees it. With just 65 seconds left to play, NBC switched off the game in favor of its previously scheduled programming, “Heidi,” a children’s movie about a young girl in the Alps. * On Nov. 14, 1970, a chartered jet carrying most of the Marshall University football team crashes in West During This Week Virginia. All 75 passengers in November were killed, including 37 football players, the coach, doctors, the athletic director and 25 team boosters. * On Nov. 13, 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated in Washington, D.C. The memorial is a simple V-shaped black-granite wall inscribed with the names of the 57,939 Americans who died in the conflict, arranged in order of death, not rank. * On Nov. 18, 1991, Muslim kidnappers in Lebanon free Terry Waite after more than four years of captivity. Waite, special envoy of the archbishop of Canterbury, had secured the release of detained missionaries before being captured himself. He spent most of the four years chained to a radiator. * On Nov. 16, 2001, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” opens in movie theaters. The film, which starred Daniel Radcliffe in the title role, went on to become one of the highest-grossing movies in history.

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Focus on the Family give so much time to. Know your role on the team and handle your business. I’m sure she has a few things that she needs to work on, too, but that shouldn’t be your primary focus. You’ll only motivate her to improve her part in your marriage if you step up and improve yours. And when everybody does their part, the team succeeds. For more ideas to help your marriage thrive, visit FocusOnTheFamily.com. Q: Like most teens, ours are never without their smartphones. They’re good kids, but I’ve heard there are apps these days that look innocent, but actually hide photos and videos. Tell me about that. Bob Waliszewski (Director) and Bob Hoose (Senior Editor), Plugged In: Yes, unfortunately, there are quite a few of these sneaky applications. We’ll highlight just two to make a point. The first is an app designed to look and function as a calculator (Private

Photo–Calculator). If you want to calculate how many miles per gallon you got on your last tank full, it’ll do the trick. But once someone enters the right set of numbers -- something that’s set up with the app’s first use -it opens a private area and reveals all the various pictures, videos and notes a user may have tucked away under the calculating cover. The other app declares itself to be an innocuous audio manager (for both Android and iOS), but it, too, hides away stuff the user doesn’t want spying eyes to see. On the surface, it’s indeed a functional audio app. But if you give it a long press, the actual “Hide It Pro” will launch. And, under a password lock-out, it can hide pictures, videos and even other apps. You can find several tutorials on YouTube from people who, sadly, think this app is a great idea. If you’re wondering whether your teen might have such an application, you’ll want to go to the app store while using the phone in question. Then type in the word “secret” or “calculator” or any other app name you may have questions about in the store’s search feature. As you scroll through, if you see the word “Open” or “Installed” connected with any given app, well, that means junior has it on the phone -- and it’s probably time for a serious conversation about why. © Copyright 2017 Focus on the Family

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God’s verdict upon the pagan world is that “they are without excuse, because that, when they knew God, they glorified Him not as God, neither were thankful…” (Rom. 1:20,21). The Psalmist, on the other hand, declares: “IT IS A GOOD THING TO GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD, AND TO SING

PRAISES UNTO THY NAME, O MOST HIGH: “TO SHOW FORTH THY LOVINGKINDNESS IN THE MORNING. AND THY FAITHFULNESS EVERY NIGHT” (Psa. 92:1,2). Believers today have even more to be thankful for than did the Psalmist, for we can rejoice in what God has done for us through

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DAVE SAYS Financial Straight Talk Wait on IVF? Dear Dave, My wife and I are on Baby Step 2 of your plan. We have about $60,000 in debt left to pay off before we’ll be debt-free, and a household income of $140,000 a year. We have one child, but we would like to expand our family. We would have to do this using in vitro fertilization. We’ve talked to a doctor, and he’s given us a ballpark figure of about $20,000 for the procedure. Should we wait until we’re debt-free to have this done? Jim Dear Jim, Babies are wonderful, important things. Having kids, even the thought

of having kids, is a big emotional deal. But sometimes it can cause people to change their financial plans and directions. I would urge you not to accept the first opinion and pricing model you receive on something like this. I’ve heard prices of $35,000, but that includes as many attempts as it takes until your wife becomes pregnant. I’ve also heard of single attempts priced at $7,500 each. There are all kinds of options and guarantees, because they understand someone who is willing to do this really wants a baby.

If I’m in your shoes, I’m not accepting the idea that there’s one approach and one pricing structure to all this. I would explore other options, as far as doctors and clinics are concerned. Then, with your income, you could consider taking off a couple months from paying down debt and put some money toward the IVF. If it doesn’t work pay off a little more debt, pause the debt payoff, and try for a baby again. Take some time, learn a little more, and go from there – always using cash for the endeavor. God bless you two! —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: Chicken & dressing casserole, mashed potatoes & gravy, peas, cranberry sauce, fruit cocktail Friday: Hamburger on bun, roasted squash, caroline beans, fruit crisp w/ topping Monday: Meatloaf, baby red potatoes, mixed veggies, peaches Tuesday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, peas, apricots Wednesday: Baked fish, potato wedges, winter squash, chocolate pudding 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-Tomato, D-Turkey & cheese, A-Turkey, potatoes & gravy, peas, peaches, roll, B-Grilled cheese, Fritos corn chips Friday: B-French dip w/ Au Jus, potatoes, C-Broccoli cheese, A-Pepperoni pizza, baby carrots, Jello, Fresh fruit, D-Ham & cheese Monday: C-Chicken wild rice, B-Charger burger & fries, A-French toast sticks, sausage patty, crispy cube potatoes, applesauce, D-Ham & cheese Tuesday: C-Wisconsin cheese, B-Chicken queso rice & bean burrito, A-Spaghetti w/meat sauce, lettuce, pears, bread stick, D-Turkey & cheese Wednesday: No School BRANDON VALLEY Thursday: Spaghetti & Meatsauce, Green Beans, WG Mini Garlic Toast, Pineapple Tidbits, Chicken Alfredo with WG Pasta, Deli Beef Sandwich Friday: Italian Dunkers w/ Sauce, California Blend Vegetables, Mixed Fruit, French Dip Sandwich on WG Bun, Deli Ham Sandwich Monday: Chicken Nuggets, Oven Baked French Fries, WG Dinner Roll, Sliced Peaches, BBQ Pork on WG Bun, Deli Turkey Sandwich Tuesday: Walking Tacos, Refried Beans, Applesauce, Sweet N’ Sour Chicken, Deli Ham Sandwich Wednesday: No School

Milk is included in all the menus. Menu’s are subject to changes SIOUX FALLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Thursday: Turkey Dinner, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, WG Dinner Roll, Berry Blend Friday: WG Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Fresh Broccoli with Dip, WG Dinner Roll, Pears Monday: WG French Toast Bites, Scrambled Eggs, Dragon Juice, Mixed Fruit Tuesday: **Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Berry Blend, WG Dinner Roll Wednesday: No School SIOUX FALLS SECONDARY SCHOOLS Thursday: **Fish Wedges with**Bun, Baked Seasoned Potato Wedges, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: BBQ Beef on **Bun, French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Monday: Chicken Stir Fry on **Rice, Thai Chicken on **Rice, Egg Roll, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Tuesday: Pizza Burger on **Bun, French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: No School LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Garlic 11-15-17

Cheese Bread, Dinner Roll, Green Beans, Romaine, Chopped, Apple Crisp Friday: Italian Dunkers Pizza Sauce, Pepperoni Pizza, Beef Patty Whole Grain Bun, Broccoli, Baby Carrots, Mandarin Oranges Monday: Chicken & Noodles, Garlic Toast, Pepperoni Hot Pocket, Mini Corn Dogs, Corn, Sliced Pears, Romaine, Chopped Tuesday: Philly Steak Catallia Wrap, Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, Chicken Wrap Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, Cheese Pizza, Baked Beans, California Blend, Applesauce, Shredded Lettuce, Salsa Wednesday: Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza, Savory Carrots, Romaine, Chopped, mixed fruit: 12:30 Dismissal

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DEAR DR. ROACH: Every year and a half to two years, someone in our house gets a sinus infection. We are in our mid-60s, and it is always a fight with our doctor to get antibiotics to cure it. We go through at least two weeks of misery with nasal sprays, Tylenol, etc., before he finally decides that it is bacterial and prescribes the antibiotics. I understand that the use of antibiotics has gotten out of control, but I believe that antibiotics sometimes are needed. Should we have to fight this hard to feel well when we take antibiotics infrequently? — J.K.L. ANSWER: You’re not going to like my answer, but I agree with your doctor. Most cases of acute (less than four weeks of symptoms) sinusitis are caused by viruses. Up to 70 percent of common colds will show sinusitis on a CT scan, but less than 2 percent of symptomatic sinus infections are thought to be caused by bacteria — even many of those will get better without antibiotics. You certainly are right that sometimes the infection is bacterial and antibiotics are needed, but people can be spared the risks of antibiotics by just waiting long enough for symptoms to get better on their own. Symptomatic treatments — such as saline irrigation, steroid nasal

Keith Roach, M.D. sprays, a few days’ worth of decongestants and Tylenol — can relieve the misery. Resistance to antibiotics is becoming a critical issue. I have seen patients die of bacterial infections because we have literally no effective antibiotics with which to treat them. For our own patients’ safety and for public health reasons, we physicians need to prescribe less. ****** DEAR DR. ROACH: Can you tell me the benefits and risks of Namzaric? Who should take it? What is it taken for? — C.J.H. ANSWER: Namzaric is a brand name of a combination of two medications for Alzheimer’s disease. Memantidine (also sold as Namenda) and donepazil (Aricept) are used separately for people with moderate to severe dementia. Although these do not stop the underlying cause of dementia, they can slow, stop and sometimes

reverse dementia symptoms. Both are modestly effective: The combination of the two seems to have better results. Side effects can include slow heart rate and stomach upset or diarrhea. There are other rare side effects, so this medication should be given only when it is likely to be of benefit. ****** DEAR DR. ROACH: I was treated for tinnitus with bioflavonoids. Within a few days, I noticed a definite improvement. My tinnitus is much better, and now I get symptoms only when I am very tired. I hope this story helps someone. — J.F.B. ANSWER: Bioflavonoids are a class of compounds found in many natural products, especially in the rinds of citrus fruits. They are reported to have many benefits, including potential improvements in blood pressure and cholesterol. Some studies have shown improvement in tinnitus with bioflavonoid supplements, but the most recent and largest studies have not shown any help. However, they are generally safe, and a trial of taking bioflavonoids (either as a supplement or just through increased fresh fruit) is reasonable. There may be a placebo effect, but I also hope someone gets helped by your suggestion, regardless of whether it’s a placebo response. (c) 2017 North America Synd., Inc.

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