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PRAYERS FOR VETERANS DAY God of peace, we pray for those who have served our nation and have laid down their lives to protect and defend our freedom. We pray for those who have fought, whose spirits and bodies are scarred by war, whose nights are haunted by memories too painful for the light of day. We pray for those who serve us now, especially for those in harm's way. Shield them from danger and bring them home. Turn the hearts and minds of our leaders and our enemies to the work of justice and a harvest of peace. Spare the poor, Lord, spare the poor!

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There’s no way to thank our veterans for everything they sacrifice for our freedom, but on Veterans Day, we have to try. So thank you to all our service men and women, both past and present! K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News

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quite worried. Julian supported Ava. Franco had a realization. Elizabeth received some terrible news. Kim sought closure. Brad gained the upper hand. Finn wasn’t ready to face Anna. Alexis took a turn for the worse. Cassandra made a threatening gesture. Nina visited her brother’s grave. Jax summoned Carly. Martin visited Nelle. Charlotte had dessert with Maxie and Lulu. Jason received an alarming phone call. Julian headed to the hospital. Ava kept quiet. Wait to See: Carly makes a deal with Jax.

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More Major Artifacts Added As National Army Museum Takes Shape (NAPS)—Two historic helicopters, a WWI-era Liberty Truck, and an anti-aircraft weapon were the latest macro artifacts installed in the National Museum of the United States Army now under construction at Fort Belvoir, Va. Crews recently hoisted into place one of the iconic “Huey” helicopters made famous during the Vietnam War.The massive, four-ton aircraft flown by the 129th Aviation Company, 10th Combat Aviation Battalion now hangs above the Museum’s Cold War Gallery. Also installed was an R-4B helicopter, more commonly

known as “The Sikorsky,” in the Army and Society Gallery. The Sikorsky was the world’s first mass-produced helicopter and used in World War II. Sikorsky helicopters made history in 1944 conducting the first combat rescue mission in the China-Burma-India Theater and the first helicopter mercy mission when it transported blood plasma to sailors who survived the sinking of the USS Turner. In April, a World War I Liberty Truck and World War II Bofors Gun were placed into position. The Liberty Truck, also in the Army and Society Gallery, was the first

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Service Members Make Business Ownership a Post-Military Career

Veterans are uniquely suited for solving pressing challenges life can present, which is part of the reason they can make successful entrepreneurs and business owners. Fran­ chising, in particular, can be a building block for veterans’ careers as they transition from military service. “Franchising is an opportunity where veterans can empower and be empowered, adding value to the brands they represent,” Davis said. “I have seen firsthand how the drive and discipline gained in the military can be a great advantage for veterans looking to own their own businesses and open franchises.” Leadership. Work ethic. Discipline. These qualities are exactly what help the more than 200 veteran The UPS Store franchisees succeed. n Working

as a team: Veterans often know the success of an organization relies on every member working together to build a team, or a business, that’s greater than the sum of its parts. In the case of a franchise, the franchisee must embrace teamwork at multiple levels, not only among the employees of the local franchise location, but also with the franchise’s leadership team on a national and regional basis.

n Executing

a plan: A franchise business typically provides its owners with a proven business model and ongoing support. However, executing the plan is up to the franchisee. All of the pieces are provided, but putting them together and creating a working business plan requires a degree of entrepreneurship. It’s an approach that is similar to the training veterans experience in the military.

Franchising vs. Starting a Business Solo For entrepreneurs exploring business ownership, there are a multitude of options to consider, but one of the first is to determine whether to invest in a franchise or start their own business. There are pros and cons to each path. One of the biggest differences between investing in a franchise and starting a business from scratch is the initial startup process. When you start your own business, everything is on you. As a new business owner, you have to develop branding elements and positioning, your product and service offerings and logistics, such as a physical store layout. With a franchise, those elements are captured as part of the franchising fee. If you’re attracted

to the idea of a proven business model to help get your business positioned to grow quickly, having the support of a franchise brand can be helpful. In the end, your decision depends on what business ownership style best fits your personality. Starting your own business can allow you the freedom to explore any venture you want, but it comes with the risks and responsibility of being completely on your own. Investing in a franchise provides the framework within an existing business model while still enabling you to be your own boss, expressing your creative side within the structure of a proven system.

n Acquiring

new skills: Franchisees typically complete a comprehensive training program to develop the knowledge and day-to-day operational skills needed to own and operate their own businesses. The training focuses on everything from marketing and operations to human resources and staff management.

n Thriving

under pressure: Veterans know things don’t always go according to plan. The military provides service members the training and discipline needed to remain calm and thrive under the most pressure-filled situations. Particularly when it comes to navigating tricky situations like disgruntled customers or employees, a level-headed approach can earn more satisfying results.

n Working

hard to accomplish a goal: Business owners typically dream of self-made lives, but not all have the commitment and work ethic needed to accomplish their goals. Service members are trained to understand the requirements of a mission and work tirelessly until they achieve them.

n Accepting

responsibility: Operating a business is no small job and it requires a strong sense of responsibility akin to the role service members take in their chosen fields. Business owners assume a hefty burden to ensure the business and its employees grow and thrive.

Getting started As a participant in the Veterans Transition Franchise Initiative (VetFran), a strategic initiative of the International Franchise Association and the Franchise Education and Research Foundation, The UPS Store, Inc., allows veterans the opportunity to fulfill their desires for second careers. The Mission: Veteran Entrepreneurship program offers significant financial incen­ tives – valued at nearly $300,000 – for a select group of qualified U.S. military veterans to help open their own franchise locations. In addition, the first 10 eligible veterans to submit a complete buyer’s application packet and initial application fee by Nov. 11 will be awarded $29,950 in waived franchise fees. To learn more about franchise opportunities and special incentives for veterans, visit theupsstorefranchise.com/veteran.

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edicare’s Open Enrollment period is the one time of year for you to review your current Medicare Advantage or Part D prescription coverage and see if you have better options based on changes to the current plans, your budget or your health needs. The Open Enrollment period, from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, gives everyone with Medicare the opportunity to review their options and decide whether they want to keep their current plan or make changes for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Comparing plans pays. Medicare’s most used tool, the Plan Finder, has a new look and features to empower current and future Medicare users to make informed health care decisions, making it easier to learn about and compare coverage options, shop for health and drug plans and feel confident choosing a plan that best meets your needs. Plan Finder provides a personalized experience through a mobilefriendly and easy-to-use design to help users learn about different options. The tool walks through the enrollment process from start to finish and allows users to view and compare Part D and many of the supplemental benefits that Medicare Advantage plans offer. It also features a star rating system which gives an overall rating of the plan’s quality and performance for the types of services each plan offers.

Should You Change Your Plan for 2020?

Medicare health and drug plans change each year and so can your health needs. Think about your health status and determine if you need to make a change. Ask yourself these questions: n How does my plan compare to others in covering my drugs? n Are other plans more affordable? n Am I interested in having a plan that covers extra benefits like dental and vision? n Does the network include the specialist or hospital I want for an upcoming surgery? Consider what matters most to you when it comes to health coverage and be open to exploring your options, like Medicare Advantage plans from private insurers, which allow you to simplify your coverage by combining all your Medicare health and drug coverage into a single plan. Users who choose a Medicare Advantage plan often get extra benefits, like vision, hearing, dental and prescription drug coverage. As another alternative, users who choose Medigap can use any doctor who accepts Medicare and receives help with out-of-pocket costs but need a Part D plan to cover their prescription drugs.

Take Action Before Open Enrollment Ends

Medicare Open Enrollment ends Dec. 7. Now is the time to act if you want to enroll in or make changes to your Medicare health or prescription drug plan for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2020. If your current coverage still meets your needs, you don’t have to do anything. If you miss the Open Enrollment deadline, you will likely have to wait a full year before you are able to make changes to your Medicare coverage. For more information, visit Medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users can call 1-877-486-2048. Help is available 24 hours a day, including weekends. If you need help in a language other than English or Spanish, let the customer service representative know the language. You can also create a MyMedicare.gov account to manage your personal information like medical conditions, allergies and implanted devices or sign up to receive your “Medicare Summary Notices” (eMSNs) electronically. Help in your community is available. Get personalized health insurance counseling at no cost to you from your State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). Visit shiptacenter.org or call 1-800-MEDICARE for your SHIP’s phone number. More information about Medicare is also available on the Medicare Facebook page and by following @MedicareGov on Twitter.

What’s New with Plan Finder Join the more than 20 million people who used Medicare’s Plan Finder during the 2018 Open Enrollment period. Here’s what can you find in 2019: n Personalized

search to find and compare plans n More information about extra plan benefits n Improved comparison of coverage options n Simpler drug list built from prescriptions you filled

Get Help Paying for Prescriptions Anyone who has Medicare can get prescription drug coverage. Some people with limited resources and income may also be able to get Extra Help to pay for monthly premiums, annual deductibles and prescription co-payments related to a Medicare prescription drug plan. If you have limited income and resources, you may qualify for Extra Help to pay for some health care and prescription drug costs. Medicare estimates more than 2 million people with Medicare may be eligible for Extra Help but aren’t currently enrolled in the program. To qualify, your annual income must be less than $18,735 a year ($25,365 for married couples). Even if your annual income is higher, you may still qualify. Your resources must also be limited to $14,390 ($28,720 for married couples). Resources include bank accounts, stocks and bonds, but not your house, car or life insurance policies. To see if you qualify, apply online at secure.ssa.gov/i1020/start or call 1-800-772-1213. Information provided by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

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STEHLY REPORT • NOVEMBER 2019 Dear Citizens, as we turn back our clocks and turn up the furnace, remember to replace your batteries on your smoke detectors. I am going to invest in some new devices this month, since I can’t remember how old mine are. (I am hearing that 10 years is the limit.) November also reigns in the increased awareness of gratitude for our freedoms and our blessings. May you be blessed with fellowship, and hope as you share your blessings with others. I am grateful for all the wonderful residents of our community and the spirit of generosity and kindness that makes Sioux Falls a town that cares! We all make a difference when we get involved and put our words into action. God Bless, have a great week and join us this Sunday for our community “Sing Along” we call SIOUX FALLS SINGS! (Read details to the right.)

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SIOUX FALLS SINGS!

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT A SUCCESS

Calling all singers! Come and join us for a community “sing along”. I have partnered up with Mogen’s Heroes, The Singing Legionnaires and the USF Chamber Orchestra to provide an afternoon of singing. We are featuring patriotic, oldies, folk tunes and hymn favorites. This FREE event will be held on Sunday November 10th at 4:00 on the USF campus. (Salsbury Science Center 1101 W. 22nd Street.) Hope to see you there!

Many thanks to Mayor Paul, and all who made this event a wonderful opportunity to communicate with the citizens last month. Those of us on the Council who attended were able to hear the concerns and suggestions of many residents of our community. The City staff were also very open to dialoging with the participants. Please consider starting a Neighborhood Watch and attending our next summit. Contact me at tstehly@siouxfalls.org for information.

THE GARFIELD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

VISIT TO HARRISBURG NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL I had the pleasure in October to visit several classes of 7th graders and discuss their questions about City Government and projects. The concern for a swimming pool in the Southern part of the community, more park amenities, homeless assistance, vaping in the parks and trash along the bike trails were some of the topics we discussed. I encouraged these young people to come to our City Council meeting, to reach out to the Mayor and the rest of my Colleagues on the council and to write letters to the Editor. I always encourage citizens, young and old to get involved. I feel that we need to have MORE of these civic discussions in our classrooms.

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We encompass the area south from 12th Street to 18th Street and west from Western Ave. to Kiwanis Ave. We meet the third Monday of every other month at St John American Lutheran Church from 7PM - 8PM. We e-mail meeting reminders to the neighbors and in good weather distribute flyers as reminders also. Generally we have 15-20 neighbors who regularly attend the meetings. The neighborhood is very diverse with an elementary school, church, rental and home owned properties and businesses located on the south side of 12th Street. Everyone’s voice is important and by sharing, listening and working together we have been able to identify and resolve issues while building a coalition of families and friends who genuinely care about their neighborhood. We have had the Police officers assigned to our area and other representatives from the city attend our meetings whenever possible. The response and respect we have had from these officials has strengthened our neighborhood. Working with the police and street department we identified areas that needed more lighting to deter the potential for criminal activity. We wrote grants to paint speed limits on streets and also calming lines to slow traffic. Neighbors voiced concern over speeding issues near the elementary school and this year we were able to get the first of hopefully four LED flashing speed signs installed. Feedback has shown that these improvements are working. We also have a neighborhood clean-up twice a year in the Spring and Fall. Volunteers walk the neighborhood picking up trash on the boulevards and sidewalks. This has resulted in more neighbors sprucing up their yards too. Partnering with St John American Lutheran Church we have a pot luck picnic and car show in July. The SF Fire Dept. and the Police Dept. are usually present also. This is a great way to meet the neighbors and enjoy a good meal and classic car show. There is no charge for this event and we always have an amazing turnout. Our Neighborhood Association is a work in progress. We are developing a strong, caring neighborhood with pro-active citizens which is an incredible asset to Sioux Falls as the city continues to grow.

HANDEL’S MESSIAH Thursday & Friday, Nov. 5 & 6 starting at 7pm held at the First Lutheran Church, 327 S Dakota Ave. Organized By: South Dakota Symphony Orchestra. Experience Handel’s transcendent Messiah with the SDSO and Chorus at First Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. The most famous of Handel’s oratorios, Messiah is a meditation on the life of Jesus Christ, and a beautiful way to usher in the holiday season. Regardless of age, students may purchase $10 tickets for the best available seat in the house sixty minutes prior to the performance. APPLE CORE OF SIOUXLAND If you want to learn more about using your Mac computer, Iphone, or Ipad, join us at AppleCore of Siouxland. Monthly meetings held the

the Miami HEAT. The Skyforce strives to bring high-quality basketball and family entertainment to #FORCENATION. For more information on fullseason memberships, partial ticket plans or kids’ activities visit our website at nba.com/ skyforce. SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE HOCKEY Saturday, Nov. 16 at 7:05 pm& Sunday, Nov. 17 at 5:05 pm. The Stampede are members of the Western Conference of the United States Hockey League (USHL). The team plays home games at the Denny Sanford Premier Center, the largest facility in capacity and size in the USHL. For more information, visit https://www.sfstampede. com/. DAKOTA ANGLER ANNUAL ICE INSTITUTE Friday, Nov. 8 starting at 3pm, Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 9 &

CITY EXPERIMENTING WITH PROVIDING TREE TRIMMING ON THE CITY OWNED BOULEVARD TREES Thanks to Park Director Don Kearney for his willingness to consider making PROJECT TRIM more citizen friendly. Many communities like Brookings, Aberdeen, Brandon and Fargo provide an excellent forestry service that takes pride in keeping the City owned Boulevard trees trimmed. Those communities provide this as a taxpayer service, just like snow removal, street cleaning and street light maintenance. I have found support in our community for that taxpayer arbor service as well. The City is currently trimming a six block area in the hilltop area (without charge to the homeowner) to access the cost. I would like to utilize the inmate workforce to help in the effort as well. We are considering spending $7-10 Million on the River Greenway expansion. Allocating some funds on a community issue, the upkeep of the city owned trees, makes sense.

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third Tuesday 6-8pm held  in room 203 at the Center for Active Generations. For  information, contact Mildred Roesch at  mildredroesch@ yahoo.com. Our Facebook page is  www.facebook.com/ applecore.ofsiouxland SENIORS ACTIVE GENERATIONS: DANCE SCHEDULE Dance held every Tuesday night from 7-9pm at The Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 3333307. November: 5 - Happy Memories; 12 - Solid Country; 19 - Norgaard Country; 26 Larry & the Rhythmair. SPORTS SIOUX FALLS SKYFORCE BASKETBALL Sunday, Nov. 10 at 3pm. Saturday, Nov. 16 at 7pm. The Sioux Falls Skyforce (est. 1989) are the NBA G League affiliate of

10 starting at 10am. Held at the Sioux Falls Arena, 1201 N. West Avenue. Organized by Dakota Angler. Fishing enthusiasts from a ten-state area are expected to attend this show where they will learn valuable information on trends within the industry, as well as pick up some new tips and tricks for their next outing. Nearly 100 vendors will be on hand. As the third largest ice fishing show and one of the fastest growing in the nation, there is no other show like this in the tri-state area or throughout South Dakota. All ages are welcome!

WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

THURSDAY, NOV. 7 • Volleyball: Vs. Brookings at WHS—JV and freshmen 4:30 p.m., sophomores 5:30 p.m., varsity 7 TUESDAY, NOV. 12 p.m. in gyms • Debate: Novice Competition 3:30 p.m. at Lincoln High School FRIDAY, NOV. 8 • Jazz Band: Concert 7 p.m. in WHS Commons • Debate and Oral Interp: Golden Eagle Challenge 8 a.m. at Aberdeen Central High School THIS WEEK AT WHS: • Football: Varsity Playoff Semifinals at Brandon Val- The 2019 11AAA Football Playoffs continue this week ley High School 6 p.m. in Brandon at 6 p.m. Friday with the Semifinals—WHS vs. Brandon Valley in Brandon and Roosevelt vs. O’Gorman MONDAY, NOV. 11 at Howard Wood Field. No Passes accepted for these • No School: Veteran’s Day South Dakota High School Activities Association • Volleyball: Sub-Varsity City Tournaments—Fresh- games—admission adults $7 and students $5. men 3:30 p.m. at Lincoln High School; Sophomores 5:30 p.m. at WHS •Washington High School: sf.k12.sd.us/schools/high-schools/washington •NOW Student Newspaper: whsnow.com •WHS Booster Club: WHSBoosterClub.com •Metro Conference Calendar:metroconferencesd.org Note: All events are subject to cancellation and/or change. Check the WHS calendar at metroconferencesd.org for updates and details.

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Contact your City Council with concerns Mayor Paul TenHaken ptenhaken@siouxfalls.org | 367-8000 Janet Brekke (At-Large) jbrekke@siouxfalls.org | 367-8808 Christine Erickson (At-Large) cerickson@siouxfalls.org 367-8818 Rick Kiley (Southeast) rkiley@siouxfalls.org | 367-8102 Greg Neitzert (Northwest) gneitzert@siouxfalls.org | 367-8109 Curt Soehl (Central) csoehl@siouxfalls.org | 367-8110 Marshall Selberg (Southwest) mselberg@siouxfalls.org 367-8819 Pat Starr (Northeast) pstarr@siouxfalls.org | 367-8809 Theresa Stehly (At-Large) tstehly@siouxfalls.org | 367-8806 Watch City Council meetings the first three Tuesdays of the month on cable channels Vast 11 or 511 or Midco 16 or 594 or attend in person at Carnegie Town Hall located at 235 W. 10th St.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A rejection of your attempt to be friendly leaves you with two choices: Try again, or give up. If you want to make another effort, go slowly. Let things develop without pressure. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) It could be a problem dealing with unfamiliar people who do things differently from what you’re used to. But rely on that strong sense of purpose to get you through this difficult period. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) To avoid neglecting a personal matter because of a demanding new workplace schedule, start prioritizing immediately. Knowing how to apportion your time takes a little while to set up. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It won’t be easy to avoid some of the pressures that come with change. Best advice: Take things a step at a time, and you’ll be less likely to trip up while things are in a chaotic state. LEO (July 23 to August 22) A muchtalked-about workplace change could be coming soon. Be sure to get all the details involved in the process, and once you have them, you can decide how you want to deal with it. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) You might still believe that your trust was betrayed, although the facts would appear to prove the opposite. But by the week’s end you should learn something that will help set the record straight.

LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Holiday plans could be a challenge because of shifting circumstances. But a more settled period starts by midweek, allowing you to firm up your plan-making once and for all. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) The facts continue to be on your side. So make use of them in dealing with any challenge to your stated position. Also, open your mind to the offer of help from an unlikely source. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) There could still be a communication problem holding up the resolution of a troublesome situation. Stay with it, and eventually your message will get through and be understood. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A possible change in your workplace schedule might create a chaotic situation for a while. But once things begin to settle down, you might find that this could work to your advantage. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A recent job-linked decision might need to be reassessed because of the possibility of finding benefits you might have overlooked. Check out all related data to help in the search. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A personal situation you agreed to might not be as acceptable to the other person involved in the matter. Avoid pressuring and bullying. Instead, seek common ground by talking things through. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a gift for touching people’s minds as well as their hearts. You would make an outstanding educator. © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

Thursday, Nov. 7 Volleyball vs. Brandon -- JV and 9A @ 4:30pm, Sophomore and 9B @ 5:30pm, Varsity @ 7:00pm Monday, Nov. 11 9th Volleyball Tournament @ LHS -- 3:30pm 10th Volleyball Tournament @WHS -- 5:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 12 Debate Tournament @LHS -- 3:15pm

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A Salute to Veterans Day

My father is a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. His sacrifices for this country, along with thousands of other men and women, are recognized on Veterans Day.

by changing the word “armistice” to “veterans,” so the day would honor American veterans of all wars. For a while, the date of Veterans Day was changed, too, and it confused everybody. While Veterans Day is always celebrated on Nov. 11, under the Uniform Holiday Bill signed by Congress in in 1968, the federal holiday can fall on other days, usually a Friday or Monday, depending on where it lands during the week. Our allies Great Britain, Canada and Australia also recognize their veterans on Nov. 11th; however, they call it “Remembrance Day.” We also have our military to thank for some unusual wartime contributions that are now part of our everyday life, including TV dinners, plastic cling film and these surprising culinary innovations: McDonald’s McRib Restructured meat was pioneered in the 1960s by the Army food lab in Natick, Massachusetts, to lower the military meat bill by gluing together cheap cuts to look like more expensive ones in the new MREs (Meals Ready to Eat). McDonald’s first used the technology in 1981 to create the McRib.

PARENT’S CORNER

Cheetos The U.S. military invented full-fat, tangy orange, powdered dehydrated cheese during World War II. Today, modern cheese dehydrators are used by snack food manufacturers.

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SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN Thursday: A-Hamburger, oven fries, fresh fruit, B-Hot ham & cheese croissant, potato chips, C-Chicken salad sandwich, D-Tomato soup Friday: No School Monday: No School Tuesday: A-Chicken patty on bun, tossed salad, green beans, applesauce, B-Chicken enchilada, Spanish rice, C-Ham & cheese sandwich, D-Cheesy chicken tortellini soup Wednesday: A-Cheese sticks w/pizza sauce, Nacho chips, carrots, pears, B-Chicken bacon ranch wrap, Nacho cheese, C-Egg salad sandwich, D-Vegetable beef soup SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY Thursday: WG Italian Flat Bread, Marinara Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fresh Fruit Friday: WG Bean and Cheese Burrito, Celery with Dip, Peaches Monday: No School Tuesday: Beef Patty on WG Bun, Steamed Carrots, Pineapple, Birthday Treat Wednesday: WG Soft Shell Taco, Shredded Lettuce and Cheese, Refried Beans, Fresh Fruit SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT SECONDARY Thursday: *Hot Ham and Cheese on WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: WG Popcorn Chick-

en, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll Monday: No School Tuesday: Cheeseburger (HS), Hamburger (MS), Whole Grain Hamburger Bun, Crinkle French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: Chicken Drumstick, Mashed Potatoes (Stuffing HS), Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll SIOUX FALLS LUTHERAN Thursday: Goulash, carrots, fruit cocktail, rice krispy bar Friday: Chicken Fried Steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peaches, choc chip cookie Monday: Cheeseburger on a bun, tri taters, baby carrots w/ ranch, pears Tuesday: Chicken Vegetable Soup, saltine crackers, green beans, mandarin oranges, dinner roll Wednesday: Mexican Tortilla Beef Wrap, cheese, pinto beans, pineapple BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: BBQ Mr. Rib on WG Bun, Oven Baked French Fries, California Blend Vegetables, Mixed Fruit, Beef & Cheese Burrito with Queso Bravo, WG Chicken Patty on WG Bun, Sweet Potato Tots, Bagel Basket Friday: Popcorn Shrimp, String Cheese (Mozzarella), Potato Wedges, Seasoned, WG Garlic Breadstick, All Beef Hot Dog with WG Bun, Harvest

Cheddar Sun Chips, Pineapple Tidbits, Italian Dunkers w/ Sauce, Bagel Basket Monday: No School Tuesday: Chicken Nuggets, Oven Baked French Fries, WG Dinner Roll, Baked Beans, Tropical Fruit, Meatball Sub on WG Bun, All Beef Hot Dog with WG Bun, Oven Baked French Fries, Bagel Basket Wednesday: Spaghetti & Meatsauce, Steamed Broccoli, WG Mini Garlic Toast, Pineapple Tidbits, Chicken Alfredo with WG Pasta, All Beef Hamburger, Seasoned Wedge Potato Fries, Bagel Basket LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Chicken Pot Pie Biscuit, Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Pepperoni Hot Pocket, Steamed Carrots, Tossed Salad, Applesauce Friday: Fiestada Pizza, Garlic Cheese Bread, Sweet & Sassy Beef Rib Sandwich, French Fries, Garlic Broccoli, Pineapple Tidbits Monday: Chicken Nuggets, Beef Hot Dog, Four Meat Pizza, Creamy Cole Slaw, Green Beans, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday: Taco in a Bag Shredded Lettuce Salsa, Corn Dog, Pepperoni Pizza, Corn, Sliced Pears Wednesday: Pizza Crunchers, Bosco Sticks, Two Smuckers Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Tossed Salad, Sliced Peaches

Photograph by Depositphotos While Veterans Day is a well-known American holiday, there are a few misconceptions about it -- like how it’s spelled or whom exactly it celebrates. To clear some of that up, here are the important facts you should know courtesy of the U.S. Department of Defense: Veterans Day does NOT have an apostrophe -- Many people think it’s “Veteran’s Day” or “Veterans’ Day,” but they’re wrong. The holiday is not a day that “belongs” to one veteran or multiple veterans, which is what an apostrophe implies. It’s a day for honoring all veterans -- so no apostrophe needed. Veterans Day is NOT the same as Memorial Day -- A lot of Americans get this confused, and we’ll be honest -- it can be a little annoying to all of the living veterans out there. Memorial Day is a time to remember those who gave their lives for our country, particularly in battle or from wounds they suffered in battle. Veterans Day honors all of those who have served the country in war or peace -- dead or alive -- although it’s largely intended to thank living veterans for their sacrifices. Veterans Day began as Armistice Day -World War I officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919. However, the fighting ended about seven months earlier when the Allies and Germany put into effect an armistice on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. For that reason, Nov. 11, 1918, is largely considered the end of “the war to end all wars” and dubbed Armistice Day. In 1926, Congress officially recognized it as the end of the war, and in 1938, it became an official holiday, primarily a day set aside to honor veterans of World War I. But then World War II and the Korean War happened, so on June 1, 1954, at the urging of veterans’ service organizations, Congress amended the commemoration yet again

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Adult wary of tonsillectomy DEAR DR. ROACH: My doctor recommends a tonsillectomy based on the fact that I suffer from chronic strep. I am apprehensive about this surgery as an adult. What are the realistic risks of the surgery versus continuing to experience regular cases of strep throat? -- O.C. ANSWER: Strep throat infections that are chronic (lasting more than three months) or recurrent are indications for tonsillectomy in adults; however, this is an uncommon surgery in adults, and there isn’t a lot of published data on the effectiveness of treatment. Some data show that tonsillectomy does reduce incidence of infection, as would be expected. Other data show improved quality of life and fewer missed work days. My own experience is limited to a handful of patients: All have had significant improvement in the number and severity of infections. On the other hand, the surgery itself is unpleasant, and that’s putting it mildly. There is a significant risk of

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dose can lead to serious complications if continued for more than a month or two. How common is it for someone to be on such a high dose for three years? Should my mother insist that her doctor take her off this medication? -- L.H. ANSWER: Fifty thousand units a week is frequently given for eight to 12 weeks in people with significant deficiency in vitamin D, and people often then are switched to a daily dose of 1,000 to 2,000 IU. However, some people prefer a weekly dose, and 10,000 to 20,000 would be the usual dose. Perhaps 10% to 20% of the time, in my experience, people do need higher doses, and 50,000 is not unheard of (some people have a genetic condition requiring high doses). However, this dosing should be guided by blood levels, and I certainly would feel better knowing that your mother has had her level measured if continuing this high dose. (c) 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY * On Nov. 6, 1528, the Spanish conquistador Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca is shipwrecked on a low sandy island off the coast of Texas. Starving, dehydrated and desperate, he is the first European to set foot on the soil of the future Lone Star state. * On Nov. 10, 1775, a resolution, drafted by future U.S. president John Adams, creates the Continental Marines and is now observed as the birth date of the United States Marine Corps. The motto of the service is Semper Fidelis, meaning “Always Faithful” in Latin. * On Nov. 7, 1914, while World War I rages in Europe, a new weekly magazine, The New Republic, is first published in the United States. Though its first issue sold only 875 copies, after a year the circulation reached 15,000. The New Republic still operates today as a weekly journal of opinion. * On Nov. 8, 1951, Yankees catcher Yogi Berra is voted the American League’s most valuable player. He went on to be the league

MVP twice more, in 1954 and 1955. * On Nov. 5, 1968, in one of the closest elections in U.S. history, Republican challenger Richard Nixon defeats Vice President Hubert Humphrey. Because of third-party candidate George Wallace, neither Nixon nor Humphrey received 50% of the vote. * On Nov. 4, 1979, student followers of the Ayatollah Khomeini send shock waves across America when they storm the U.S. embassy in Tehran. The radical Islamic fundamentalists took 90 hostages. * On Nov. 9, 1989, East German officials open the Berlin Wall, allowing free travel from East to West Berlin for the first time since 1961. The next day, celebrating Germans began to tear down one of the ugliest and most infamous symbols of the Cold War. The wall was built to keep a flood of refugees from fleeing Communist East Germany to the West. (c) 2019 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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TODAY’S FAMILY TWO MINUTES WITH THE BIBLE A Daily Devotion from the Berean Bible Society by Cornelius R. Stam The Berean Bible Society is non-denominational in character and its newspaper articles have always maintained a very high standard. We never attack other faiths but present the answer to questions that people are asking today.

Grace not earned Have you ever noticed that God does not hold the great men of Scripture up to us because of their personal goodness? Almost invariably their records are marred by failure and sin, but God bids us look at their faith, to see what their faith did for them. Even those who lived consistently good lives are not held up to us for their personal worth, because God knows their imperfections. Thus Rom. 4:2,3 says: “For if Abraham were justified by works, he hath whereof to glory– but not before God. For what saith the Scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness.” And Verse 6 goes on to say about David: “Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man unto whom God imputeth righteousness without works.” This is because man cannot live a life good enough to make him acceptable to God, for with God only perfection is good enough. One sin spoiled the earth; God will not allow one sin to spoil heaven too. This is why in grace He gave Christ to die for our sins and to pay the just penalty for us. Because of the all-sufficient payment of Christ in our behalf, God can now be “just, and the Justifier” of those who place their faith in Christ (Rom. 3:26). The famous eleventh chapter of Paul’s letter to the Hebrews bears out the fact that salvation, or acceptance with God, is obtained, not by human effort, but by faith. This great chapter on the heroes in God’s “Hall of Fame,” begins with the words: “For by it [faith] the elders obtained a good report,” and then goes on: “By faith Abel …,” “By faith Enoch…,” “By faith Noah…,” “By faith Abraham…,” etc., and closes with the declaration: “…these all…obtained a good report through faith…” © 2019 Berean Bible Society

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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Wisdom is more important than short-term comfort Q: I don’t want much -- just a comfortable life. I work diligently and want to enjoy the fruits of my labor without hassle. Is it too much to ask for a simple existence without pain and hardship? Jim: No other generation in history has enjoyed the level of comfort that we do today. But all that luxury comes at a high cost -- and I’m not just talking about dollars and cents. I’m talking about wisdom. Technology has made our lives so easy that we’re losing it. Comfort and leisure have become our highest pursuits in life. We chase them, and then we desperately cling to them once we get them. We’ll do anything to avoid discomfort. And therein lies the problem. You see, past generations knew something that we’re forgetting: Wisdom is more important than short-term comfort. Look at the Book of Proverbs, the most popular collection of wisdom in history. It was written by a culture that believed that wisdom was the highest pursuit in life -not money, not comfort, not luxury. The proverbs repeatedly tell us that wisdom usually requires a little pain. The path from here to there is never a straight line. You make decisions -- you get stuff wrong. Hopefully you learn from your mistakes and do better next time. The trouble is that we want wisdom, but we don’t want pain. I like nice things as much as anybody. But I don’t want my desire for comfort to win out over my desire to do what’s right. That’s how you build a

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Focus on the Family better marriage, become a better parent or make better career choices. You live with the courage to do what’s right. So enjoy your comfort -- but don’t run from pain and difficulty. There’s wisdom to be found there. Q: My wife and I try to take regular date nights. The last couple have turned awkward because we ended up arguing over issues we’ve been facing. Should we just forget date nights until we get things sorted out? Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: Letting conflict invade your recreation is like throwing a red shirt into the washer with white clothes. Even though it’s just one small shirt, it can destroy an entire load of laundry by turning it pink (I might have some personal experience in this area). Likewise, even though you may

be discussing just one tiny issue, if it’s allowed to enter into your relaxation, the entire experience can be damaged. Conflict can be destructive to your fun times, because it intensifies negative emotions. Painful memories flood into your awareness, and you both may become frustrated. As this happens, it becomes virtually impossible to relax and enjoy each other. If this pattern repeats too often, your mate may lose the desire to do fun things because the experience ends up turning “pink.” Before your enjoyment is destroyed, interrupt arguments or sensitive discussions by agreeing to talk about the issue at a later time. Reschedule the conversation when you can provide the necessary attention it deserves -- and when it won’t mess up the fun time you’ve got planned. Simply say, “Let’s not do this right now. How about we talk about that issue later when we’re back at home?” The key is that you must deal with the conflict issue later, or your spouse won’t trust that you’ll ever talk about it again. Instead, she’ll express those negative feelings during your date -- because her past experience has been that it’ll be the only opportunity. By not allowing conflict to harm your recreation, you’re sending a very important message: “Our relationship is more important than impulsively arguing about a problem.”

Jim Daly is a husband and father, an author, and president of Focus on the Family and host of the Focus on the Family radio program. Catch up with him at www.jimdalyblog.com or at www.facebook.com/DalyFocus. COPYRIGHT 2019 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80995

DAVE SAYS Teaching the value of work...and money Dear Dave, Is it okay to give very young children an allowance? Christie Dear Christie, Teaching kids there’s an emotional connection between work and money is one of the best things you can do as a parent. Once your kids are old enough to do a few simple chores around the house, they’re old enough to earn a little money doing them. In my mind, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with putting kids who are three or four on a basic commission system. If they do the jobs you assign them, they get paid. If they don’t do the jobs, they don’t

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get paid. We put a little dry-erase board on the refrigerator, and listed the jobs they had to do during the week with a dollar amount next to each one.

Keep in mind, kids shouldn’t get paid for every little thing they do around the house. Some jobs are just a necessary component of being part of a family. And there are some things kids should do simply because mom or dad asked them to. Some jobs should have a higher purpose in mind, too, because as a parent, you should want to find as many teachable moments for your kids as possible. Once they’ve earned their money, sit down with them and divide it into three separate envelopes—saving, spending, and giving. That way, they get to learn about the uses for money while they’re learning how to work! —Dave

As safe as a neighborhood bank? Dear Dave, What are your thoughts about online banks? Are they as safe as traditional, neighborhood banks? Jeanna Dear Jeanna, Sure, if they’re guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The FDIC is one of two agencies that provide deposit insurance to customers in America’s

depository institutions. The other is the National Credit Union Administration, or NCUA, which insures and regulates credit unions. If you’re seriously considering using an online bank, there are a few things I’d advise checking out before making the move. Look into the bank’s track record, and see how long it has been open. Also, if the bank you’re considering doesn’t have

a name-brand you recognize, find out the amount of its deposits. Online banks don’t worry me today like they did 10 years ago. And almost everyone does some form of online banking now, anyway. If the bank in question has a good reputation, and sufficient deposits to have some strength in its FDIC guarantee, I wouldn’t worry about it. —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 14 million listeners each week on 600 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on the web at daveramsey.com and on Twitter at @DaveRamsey. Source: www.bhg.com

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Robert Brown Robert D. Brown, age 94, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Funeral services were at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Vermillion with burial in the Bluffview Cemetery in Vermillion. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. HansenFuneralHome.com D.R. "Russ" Buehler Russ Buehler passed away on Sunday, October 27, 2019. Remembrance services were held at the Dow Rummel Village Halladay-Peterson Chapel at 10:30 AM on Thursday, October 31, 2019. A complete obituary is available at www. heritagesfsd.com. Michele Pesicka Michele L. Pesicka, age 45, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM, on Thursday, October 31, 2019, at the East Side Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with the family present to greet friends was held from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM, on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Additional obituary and online guestbook at www. georgeboom.com Roland "Rollie" Larson Roland A. "Rollie" Larson , age 77, passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Visitation was held at the Osheim & Schmidt Funeral Home in Rapid City on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Funeral services were held at the Calvary Lutheran Church in Rapid City on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 11:00 AM. osheimschmidt. com Darvin Albrecht Darvin John Albrecht, age 77, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Memorial service was held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 11:00 AM at the First American Lutheran Church in Tripp. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. koehnbrosfuneralhome.com Patricia "Pat" Lens Patricia "Pat" Lens, age 84, passed away on October 18, 2019. Visitation was at 6:30 PM, October 31, 2019, at Risen Savior Catholic Church, Brandon. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10 AM on Friday, November 1, 2019. Inurnment was at Holy Name Catholic Cemetery, Rock Rapids.

Gregory W. Trumbull Gregory Trumbull, age 61, passed away on Monday, October 28, 2019. Memorial services were held at 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at First Baptist Church. Interment was in the Worthing Cemetery. Visitation with the family present to greet friends was held from 5:00-7:00 PM on Friday, November 1, 2019 at the Miller Funeral Home Southside Chapel. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com. Darold "Pete" Petersen Darold W. "Pete" Petersen, age 96, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Visitation was 5-7PM on Friday, November 1, 2019, at Osheim & Schmidt Funeral Home. Services were at 10:00 AM on November 2, 2019 at the South Canyon Lutheran Church. Interment was at Pine Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery with full military honors rendered by the Rushmore VFW Post 1273 and SD Army National Guard. www.osheimschmidt.com Robert (Bob) Frager Robert L. (Bob) Frager, age 90, passed away on Sunday, October 27, 2019. Funeral services for Bob were held at 1:30 PM on Friday, November 1, 2019 at the Heritage Funeral Home with visitation held at noon on Friday. Walter "Gerry" Moore Walter E. "Gerry" Moore, age 70, passed away on Sunday, October 27, 2019. A celebration of life will be determined at a later date. minnehahafuneralhome.com Nancy Petterson Nancy R. Petterson, age 66, passed away on Sunday, October 27, 2019. Funeral services were at 2 PM on November 2, 2019 at Jasper Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jasper. Visitation was 6-8PM November 1, 2019 at the church. minnehahafuneralhome.com Vicki Kooistra Arndt Vicki Kooistra Arndt, age 53, passed away on Monday October 28, 2019. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM on Friday, November 1, 2019 at the Miller Funeral Home on 507 S. Main Avenue. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Miller's, with burial after fellowship, at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com.

Judith "Judy" Knigge Judith "Judy" Knigge, age 74, passed away on Monday, October 28, 2019. Funeral service were held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at the Miller Funeral Home-Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. There was visitation held one hour prior to the service. Burial was at the Woodlawn Cemetery, Sioux Falls, SD. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com. Ramona Deters Ramona E'Lise Deters, age 56, passed away on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. A celebration of her life will be announced. Lyle E. Fogelman Lyle E. Fogelman passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Family will receive friends and host a luncheon at 11:00 AM, on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at the St. Victoria Catholic Church, 8228 Victoria Dr., Victoria MN. Funeral mass will follow at 12:30 PM. Condolences can be sent to JoAnn and family c/o Connie Schroeder, 19 Norman Ridge Dr, Bloomington, MN 55437. Any gifts received will be used to continue to supply bird seed at his recent residence, Wealshire of Bloomington. Bertas Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Chaska, MN. Pearl Marie Miller Pearl Marie Miller, age 91, passed away on Monday, October 28, 2019. Funeral services were held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the United Methodist Church in Colton. Burial was in the Colton Cemetery. Visitation was one hour prior to the services at the church. In lieu of flowers, Pearl requested that memorials be directed to United Methodist Church in Colton. minnehahafuneralhome.com Paul Buckley Paul Buckley, age 97, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Private services for Paul will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of the Schuchert-Lentz Funeral Home in Spirit Lake. Online condolences may be sent to www.spiritlakefuneralhome.com. Danny "Dan" Moran Danny "Dan" Moran, age 52, passed away on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Visitation with the family present will be held from 5:00-7:00 PM with a wake service beginning at 7:00 PM on Thursday, November 7, 2019, at the Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Avenue. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday, November 8, 2019, at St. Michael Parish, 1600 S. Marion Rd., followed by a Luncheon, then burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com.

George Robert (Bob) Krenos George Robert (Bob) Krenos, age 87, passed away Saturday, October 26, 2019. Visitation was held at Zion Lutheran Church in Marinette on Monday, November 4, 2019, from 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM. A memorial service followed at 11:00 AM. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Hansen-Onion-Martell Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to Zion Lutheran Church or charity of your choice. Edward Staudenmier Edward Staudenmier, age 87, passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Internment followed at St. John's Catholic Cemetery, rural Wagner. Crosby-Jaeger Funeral Home in Wagner is in charge of arrangements. Patrick Mark Gustaf Patrick Mark Gustaf passed away on Tuesday, October 28, 2019. Visitation was held on Friday, November 1, 2019, at 4:30 PM at St. Mary Catholic Church with a Scripture Vigil held at 6:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial was held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 10:30 AM at St. Mary Catholic Church. A complete obituary is available at barnett-lewis.com. Dr. Barry Lankhorst Dr. Barry Lankhorst, age 71, passed away on Sunday, October 27, 2019. In lieu of flowers, please direct memorials to the National Kidney Foundation of the Dakotas. A memorial will be at 3:00pm to 5:00pm, Saturday, November 16, 2019 at the Heritage Funeral Home, 4800 S. Minnesota Ave (at the corner of Minnesota and 57th street). A complete obituary is available at www.heritagesfsd. com. Jill Pickart Jill L. Pickart, age 50, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Celebration of Life for Jill was held at 6:00 PM on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at the George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was held at 5:00 PM on Sunday, also at the funeral home. In honor of Jill's friends at the Mariana group home, the family has designated Lifescape for memorial contributions. A complete obituary and online guestbook is available at www. georgeboom.com. David Trusty David L. Trusty, age 31, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Memorial services were held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the Cornerstone Church in Sioux Falls. A complete obituary is available at www. heritagesfsd.com.

Norman Haupt Norman Haupt passed away on Thursday, October 31, 2019. Memorial Service was held at 3:30 PM on Sunday, November 3, 2019, at The Point is to Serve, 506 N. Kiwanis Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104. Visitation was held from 5:00-7:00PM on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com. Jim Niday James "Jim" William Niday, age 52, passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be addressed to the family. A celebration of life memorial gathering will be held from 1:00 - 3:00 PM on Saturday, November 9, 2019 in the St. Bernadette Social Hall at 7600 South 42nd St, Bellevue, Nebraska. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com. Emanuel Glanzer Emanuel Glanzer, age 86, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. A memorial service was held on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 4:00 PM at the Salem MB Church of rural Bridgewater. Visitation was held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the church from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a time of sharing at 7:00 PM. Arrangements by Walter's Funeral Home. Greg R. May Greg R. May, age 69, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. A Celebration of Life for Greg was held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at the George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was held from 12:00 - 2:00 PM on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, also at the funeral home. A complete obituary and online guestbook is available at www. georgeboom.com. Jorga Gallion Jorga Carol Gallion, age 64, passed away on Wednesday October 30, 2019. Her service and internment will be at the Black Hills National Cemetery at a future date. An online guestbook is available at www. georgeboom.com. Harlan Saathoff Harlan Henry Saathoff, age 78, passed away on October 25, 2019. Visitation was held at 3:00 PM on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at the George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Sioux Falls with his family present to greet friends until 5:00 PM. A memorial service was held at 10:00 AM on Monday, November 4, 2019 at the funeral home followed by interment at Hills of Rest Cemetery in Sioux Falls, SD. A more complete obituary is available at www. georgeboom.com.

Sally Bruns Sally I. Bruns, age 81, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. To view the complete obituary, please go to the Miller Funeral Home website at www.millerfh.com. Brenton Johnson Brenton Taylor Johnson, age 29, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM on Monday, November 4, 2019 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, SD. Brenton's family was present to greet friends for visitation on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Sioux Falls from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Online guestbook at www.georgeboom.com Robert "Bobby" Wallace Robert "Bobby" Wallace, 56, passed away on October 31, 2019. Funeral services will be at 10:00 AM, Thursday, November 7, 2019, at Faith Baptist Fellowship in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present to greet friends will be from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM, Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. www. georgeboom.com Carlyle D. Ahrens Carlyle D. Ahrens, 86, passed away Friday, November 1, 2019. His Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:00 AM Thursday, November 7, 2019 at St. Michael Catholic Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation begins at 5 PM Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls, where the family will greet friends from 5:00-7:30 PM and a Liturgical Wake Service and Rosary starts at 7:30 PM. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com. Dr. Richard W. Van Beek Dr. Richard William Van Beek, age 91, passed away on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. Funeral services were held at 1:30 PM, on Monday, November 4, 2019 at Plymouth Congregational Church, Aberdeen. Burial was held at Riverside Cemetery with Military honors by Sidney L. Smith American Legion Post 24. Visitation was held one hour prio. Spitzer-Miller Funeral Home, 1111 S. Main St. www.spitzerfuneralhome.com Thomas Sonnenfeld Thomas Sonnenfeld, age 77, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019. Memorial service was held at 11:00 AM on Monday, November 4, 2019 at the First Lutheran Church, 327 S. Dakota Ave. www. millerfh.com Dale Mustar Dale E. Mustar, 78, passed away November 1, 2019. Visitation will begin at 5 PM November 7, 2019 with a 6:30 PM memorial service at Kinzley Funeral Home, Hartford Chapel. www.kinzleyfh.com


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“GUTTERS CLEANED” Miscellaneous Hauling Trees Trimmed & Removed. Darrell (605)360-6157. ***All Around Handyman*** •FALL CLEAN UP Painting, Flooring, Remodeling Hauling, Junk Removal, Tree Trimming, Edging 605-521-6727 The Shopping News is open 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We have a 24 hour mail slot in our door. 4005 South Western.

**Cheap Painting** (Sioux Falls) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ •Free Estimates •Interior/Exterior Painting •Radon-Level Testing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For Great Results At Low Prices Call: 605-299-6593 Dee’s DIFFERENT STROKES PAINTING •Indoor Painting •Wallpaper Pulling HONEST, NEAT & CLEAN. Affordable, References, Years of Experience. Call 605-728-1702 Hellek Construction •New Homes And Remodeling •Basement Finishes •Window & Door Installation •Kitchen & Bath Remodeling •Framing •Decks •Roofing •Siding And More!! Free Estimates C.C. Accepted Ted (605)413-9321 *Licensed *Bonded *Insured www.sfshoppingnews.com

Bruske Construction Great Plains Flooring Custom Homes & Remodeling •Basement & Kitchen Remodels •Cabinet Installs •Flooring Installation: Hardwood, Laminate & Ceramic Tile Member of BBB Call Larry 605-413-7520 Or Tom 605-214-0609 DeNEUI CONSTRUCTION

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HELP WANTED: PRODUCTION WORKERS Wilson Trailer Sales – Lennox, SD

Plant has the following full-time openings for: Day & Night Shift: - Day Hours: 6:00am-4:30pm(M-Th) - Night Shift Hours: 5:00pm-3:30am (M-Th) Starting Rate: $16.75/Hr. for Assemblers $17.75/Hr. for Welders $1.00 Night Shift Differential

We offer an above average benefit package that includes: • Major medical health insurance with short term disability • Dental & vision insurance • Paid life insurance • Paid holidays - Paid vacation • Paid profit sharing plan • 410(k) Apply Online: www.wilsontrailer.com or in person at Wilson Trailer Sales 415 E. Oriole Ave., Lennox, SD 605-647-0520 A pre-employment physical exam with a drug test is required Wilson Trailer is an Equal Opportunity Employer

EXPERIENCED HOUSE CLEANERS

************ Salary DOE Mon.-Fri. 8am - 4 or 5pm Pay reviews yearly, Paid days off, Employer matched retirement, Supplement insurance: Life, Dental, Vision, Accident, Disability, Hospital

Cleaning By Judy 605-359-3735

Evening Office Cleaning Full-time & Part-time Monday - Friday Must Have Transportation Call Stephen 605-940-7812 FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Shop the Grocery stores that advertise in the Shopping News. They bring their ads to you FREE of charge.

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

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 WORD AD CUSTOMERS For your convenience we have a handy mail slot in our front door for you to use 24 hours a day. Drop your ad, with payment into the slot and we’ll take it from there. The Shopping News 4005 S. Western Ave.

J&P Roofing Systems Inc. We Are A Commercial Roofing Applicator. We Are Expanding Our Work Load And Are Looking For A Sheet Metal Worker, And Roofer 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 SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR KIDS! Delivering the Shopping News is a great way to teach your children responsibility and earn extra money!

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PRICES NOW IN PROGRESS

Arbor Motion Sense Wave Spot Resistance Stainless #118194 Was: $349 Now: $314 Nori Kitchen Faucet Matte Black #118546 Was: $224 Now: $199

Gibson Two-Handle High Arc Bathroom Faucet Chrome #118011 Was: $69 Now: $59 Gibson Single Handle Bathroom Faucet Chrome #113136 Was: $129 Now: $119 Gibson Trim Kit for Posi-Temp Shower Chrome #113139 Was: $85 Now: $69

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4 DAY SALE! 530 S. 2ND AVENUE, SIOUX FALLS | 332-1891 • 117 N. SPLITROCK BLVD, BRANDON | 582-3512 BEST CHOICE 4 LB. BAG

Granulated Sugar

OLD FASHIONED

Bone-In Hams SHANK PORTION

1 $ 49 1

$ 29

SALE PRICE:

DIGITAL COUPON:

lb.

BUTT PORTION lb.

99

BEST CHOICE PREMIUM

Whole Turkeys 10-24 LB. SIZE

¢ lb.

1 - 1 FREE $ 99 $ 99

FINAL PRICE:

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LIMIT 1 WITH $10 ADDITIONAL PURCHASE

BEST CHOICE

ROMA 11”

Grade AA Butter

Original Pizzas

1 lb. quarters - salted or unsalted

SALE PRICE:

3 - 1 $ 49 2 $ 49 $ 00

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

FINAL PRICE:

USE COUPON UP TO 2 TIMES.

Pepsi Products

DEAN’S

Ice Cream 4.5 qt. pail

6 pk. 16.9 oz. btls.

USDA CHOICE BONELESS

10 - 2 5/$ 10

Beef Arm Roast

3

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

lb.

Beef Ribeye Steaks

11

SALE PRICE:

FINAL PRICE:

Pork Loin Roast

1

$ 99 lb.

PLUMROSE

Fully Cooked Baby Back Ribs 16 OZ. PKG.

6

$ 99 80% Lean Ground Beef FAMILY PACK

2

$ 49 lb.

USE UP TO 3 TIMES

TIDE 2X LIQUID

Detergent 92-100 oz. blt. or Pods 32-42 ct.

2 - 1 $ 99 1 $ 99 $ 00

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE: LIMIT 1

DRISCOLL’S FRESH

Raspberries, Blackberries or Blueberries

Gold Potatoes

6 OZ.

5 LB. BAG

4

1

2/$

$ 88 LAND O LAKES

Cottage Cheese

COUNTRY HEARTH

Dakota 12 Grain Bread

BIG 24 OZ. VARIETIES

BIG 24 OZ. LOAF

1

1

$ 98

99 11 $ 00 - 1 $ 1099 $

SALE PRICE:

NEW CROP! BEST CHOICE

$ 98

DAIRY PURE

Sour Cream

OR LAND O LAKES

Snack Dips

16 OZ. VARIETIES

99¢

SARA LEE WHOLE GRAIN

BEST CHOICE FROZEN

Hashbrowns, Tater Tots or French Fries

BUTTER KERNEL

Corn, Beans or Peas 14.5-15 OZ. CAN

24-32 OZ. BAG

69¢

1

$ 88

White Bread

20 OZ. LOAF OR THOMAS ORIGINAL

English Muffins 6 CT.

1

$ 98

CAMPBELL’S

Chunky Soups

PILLSBURY

Cake Mix

15.25 OZ. ORIGINAL VARIETIES

SUNSHINE’S OWN BUTCHER FRESH

FINAL PRICE:

USE COUPON UP TO 3 TIMES.

lb.

5 - 2 $ 99 3 $ 99 $ 00

DIGITAL COUPON:

Pancake Syrup

99

USDA INSPECTED BONELESS

SALE PRICE:

GRIFFIN’S 24 oz. varieties

DIGITAL COUPON:

USDA CHOICE BONELESS

$

4/$ $ 50

USE UP TO 2 TIMES. MUST BUY 4.

$ 49

5/$ $ 00

DIGITAL COUPON:

USE UP TO 4 TIMES WITH $10 ADDITIONAL PURCHASE

SALE PRICE:

10 - 4 7/$ 10

SALE PRICE:

15.25-19 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

99¢

3

2/$

TRU MOO

Chocolate Milk

CREAMETTE

Pasta

12-16 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

99¢

OLD DUTCH RESTAURANTE STYLE

OR ORCHARD PURE

Tortilla Chips

BIG 128 OZ.

BUY ONE, GET ONE

100% Orange Juice

2

$ 98

13 OZ.

FREE

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