Page 1

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 • Find Our Super Employment and Trucking & Transportation Sections Inside

339-3633

©

4005 S. Western Avenue., PO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184 E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find us online at

www.sfshoppingnews.com

FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 FROM 6:30 TO 10:30 PM RAMKOTA EXHIBIT HALL SIOUX FALLS, SD

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! 605-789-2082 NOONSERTOMA.COM/BEERFEST.HTML

Call 605-339-3633 to plaCe an ad • oCtober 2, 2019 • page 3

Country Apple Orchard Join us for our

Pumpkin Festival

Inflatable playground, Tractor wagon rides, Kiddie train rides, Children’s barn, Apple brats, and much more! 27249 SD Highway 115 Harrisburg, SD 57032 605-743-2424

October 12-13

Due to HWY 115 construction please use alternate routes to visit Country Apple Orchard. Head South on Louise Ave. or Cliff Ave. to 273rd St. then follow HWY 115 (Minnesota Ave.) North to the Country Apple Orchard. Cliff Ave.

271st St.

Minnesota Ave.

Western Ave.

Sat 10-6 and Sun 11-5 Louise Ave.

The enTire PaPer on The inTerneT 24/7 aT www.sfshoppingnews.com

6TH ANNUAL

115

273rd St.

Harrisburg High School

N

Due to HWY 115 construction please use alternate routes to visit Country Apple Orchard. Head South on Louise Ave. or Cliff Ave. to 273rd St. then follow HWY 115 (Minnesota Ave.) North to the Country Apple Orchard.

27249 SD Highway 115 Harrisburg, SD 57032 605-743-2424

Accessible Space, Inc. Quality, rent-subsidized and accessible apartments for seniors and adults with qualifying physical disabilities.

VERY SHORT WAIT LIST AT Pasque Meadows Apartments 4611 E. Brennan Dr., Sioux Falls, SD Phone: 800-466-7722

Apartments Available Immediately! Call 800-466-7722 or visit us at www.accessiblespace.org

After the Storm, NOW WHAT? Feeling Overwhelmed? We can deal directly with your Insurance Company to minimize paperwork AND your headache!

(605) 857-1472

• NO OBLIGATION Inspection & Estimate • Insurance Preferred Contractor • Licensed, Bonded and Insured 1600 Whiting Dr., Yankton, SD

Serving Southeast, S.D.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 2 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

CLASSIFIEDS Announcements............................2-3 Antiques & Collectibles..................... 3 Automotive............................ 13 Business Services................... 18 Construction................................. 18 Lawn & Garden............................. 18 Employment......................... 7-9 Employment Wanted...................... 7 Help Wanted................................7-9 Farm................................................. 3 Garage & Rummage Sales (under Announcements)................ 2 Interest to Women............................ 3

Published Every Wednesday

K.A. Lesnar President & Publisher

339-3633 339-3633

Cory Johnsen Sales & Marketing Manager

Hosea Bennett Operations Manager

©

Member Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce

ENTER TO WIN A GIFT CARD TO N WESTPORT

N

SPORTS COMPLEX

Oct. 1 thru Oct. 31

3015 W MailSt. / Drop Off to: Russell Sioux Falls 339-9191

WIN A ROLL’N PIN GIFT CARD

UIS LO

E

W. RUSSELL ST AVE KIWANIS

N

STI

4005 S. Western Ave., PO Box 5184‚ Sioux Falls, SD • 57117-5184

OPEN w.rollnpin.com/menu 7AM–2PM

Last Week’s Winner of a Roll’n Pin logo was on page: _____ Rollin Pin Gift Card: Entry forms must be received by 4 PM on Fri., before the next issue.

EVENT CENTER

’ PIN ROLLN CAFÉ & GRILLE

Ken Noble

Dawn Gould Circulation Manager

FABRIC GALORE!

©

29

CAFÉ & GRILLE

Catherine Krause Composition Manager

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Display Ad Deadline: Monday at 12 noon • Classified Ad Deadline: Monday at 1:00 p.m.

www.sfshoppingnews.com www.sfshoppingnews.com www.sfshoppingnews.com

’ PIN ROLLN

FEATURED PAGES Automotive .................................... 13

Business Services.......................... 18 Classified Ad Blank........................... 5 Dining & Entertainment.............10-12 Franklin Food Market........................ 4 Obituaries....................................... 17 Parents’ Corner..........................14-15 Puzzle Page...................................... 6 Real Estate & Rentals..................... 19 Royal River Casino........................... 1 Sunshine Foods.............................. 20 Super Employment........................7-9 Today’s Family................................ 16 Trucking & Transportation Employment........... 9

4005 S. Western Ave. • P.O. Box 5184 • Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184 • 605-339-3633 • 1-800-843–6805 • sales@sfshoppingnews.com Display Ad Fax: 605-334-2953 with Major Credit Card • Classified Dept. Fax: 605-334-2953 with Major Credit Card

4005 S. Western Avenue., POPO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SDSD 57117-5184 4005 S. Western Avenue., Box 5184, Sioux Falls, 57117-5184 E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find us us online at at E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find online

Find This Logo to Enter!

Miscellaneous................................3-4 Pets & Supplies............................... 4 Real Estate........................... 19 Commercial Real Estate................ 19 Mobile & Modular Homes.......................... 19 Rentals.......................................... 19 Share Rentals............................... 19 Storage Rentals............................ 19 Sporting & Firearms......................... 4 Want to Buy...................................... 4

Name:________________________________ Phone:________________________________ Email:________________________________ Address:______________________________

HAVE YOU EVER LOST YOUR MOTIVATION?" Has life ever hit you so hard you wondered how you'd ever get out of the rut you're in? Everyone has been there. Above all what you need to remember is that the next step is ultimately your choice… Yes, it's your choice. YOUR choice. You are choosing right now. And if you're choosing… to complain… to blame… to be stuck in the past… to act like a victim… to feel insecure… to feel anger… to feel hate… to be naïve… to ignore your intuition… to ignore good advice… to give up… …then it's time to choose differently. But, you are not alone. Generations of human beings in your family tree have chosen. Human beings around the world have chosen. We all have chosen at one time or another. And they all stand behind you now whispering: Choose to let go. Choose to be present. Choose to be positive. Choose to forgive yourself. Choose to forgive others. Choose to see your value. Choose to see the possibilities. Choose to find meaning. Choose to prove you're not a victim. Choose to find the motivation you need to take a step forward. K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News

Reg. $7.99 SALE $5.99 per yard

101” Percale Prints

Reg. $5.99 SALE $4.99 per yard

Few things in the world are more powerful than a positive push. A smile. A world of optimism and hope. A 'you can do it' when things are tough. END ROLLS OF PAPER For Hundreds Of Uses $5 And Up Depending On Size Of Roll You Choose See Jacqui At The SHOPPING NEWS 4005 S. WESTERN AVE. SIOUX FALLS, SD

Carriers Wanted Tuesday Only To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Paid Every Two W eeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money! **38th Annual Bazaar** Hope Lutheran Church (1700 S. Cliff Ave.) Saturday October 12th 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM Crafts, Christmas Items, Baked Goods, Lefse, Grandma’s Attic, Rolls, Coffee, And Lunch: BBQ’s, Potato Salad, And Pie. Everyone Welcome! Estate Sale 3509 S. Micah Cir. Oct. 11th - 13th Fri. - Sat. 9 AM - 5 PM. Sun. 10 AM - 2 PM. House Full of Good Clean Items, Tools. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Estate Sales By Debi LLC.

Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019 4:00pm - 7:00pm Serving favorite soups: vegetable beef, chili, chicken noodle and homemade pies: apple, pumpkin, cherry, lemon, peach and more Wild Flower Presbyterian Church 4800 East 6th Street (1 long block east of Washington High School)

334-8412 Courtesy of

Minky Solids & Prints

Reg. $10.99-$13.99

SALE $7.99-$9.99 per yard

JUST ARRIVED

Wool Blends, X-Mas, Fossil Fern, Shadow & Novelty 100% Cotton Prints & Team Cottons

Check out the Virtual Tour on www.inweavefabric.com 823 Central Ave. Hawarden 1-800-646-9328 • 712-551-1523

For complete list of contest rules, go to: sfshoppingnews.com/rules

Soup and Pie Supper

Greetings Readers, Looking for a career change? An extra job to pay off bills? Check out our Super Employment and Trucking & Transportation sections this week in the Shopping News!

44/45” 100% Quilter’s Cotton

Not valid with any other offers.

Mon-Fri 9:30-5 • Sat 9:30-3

Effective immediately We will be open Tuesday evenings until 7:30 p.m. until Christmas.

www.inweaverugs.com • www.inweavefabric.com 9404 West Kingfisher Dr. Thursday - Friday 9:00 AM -5:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM - Noon Brand New Halloween Costumes, Wigs, Makeup, Accessories! All Sizes And Pets! Adult $10.00 Kid’s $5.00 - $10.00 Wigs $5.00 Shoes $8.00 Some Antiques, Furniture, Books, Toys, And Household.

Garage Sale 3119 S. Lake Ave Friday - Saturday 9:00 AM - Dark Dorm Refrigerator, Microwave, Toys, Dryer, Kimball Piano, Single Bed, Christmas Tree, Ornaments, Lawn Chairs, Rec Room Furniture, Lamps, Leather Chair & Hassock, Some Antiques, Tools, Extension Ladder CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE, Monday, 1:00 p.m. at The Shopping News.

11am-3pm JOIN US ON: OCT 13, NOV 10, DEC 15 Come and buy hard to find Hot Wheels, Johnny Lightning, Greenlight, M2, Diecast Cars & more!

Location: American Legion #15 1701 W. Legion Drive, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57104 TABLES AVAILABLE / 626.827.4731


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

RATES TOO HIGH? Are you paying too much for car insurance?

Attention: Don’t miss the colorful Fareway Foods flyer this week in the Sioux Falls Shopping News!

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 3

• • • • •

Auto Home Health Life Business

SUPER COUPON

SINCE 1981

Customer Rating

FREE

OVER 5,000

1,000+ Stores Nationwide • HarborFreight.com

5 STAR REVIEWS Customer Rating

SUPER COUPON

WITH ANY PURCHASE

SUPER BRIGHT LED /SMD WORK LIGHT/FLASHLIGHT

26" x 22" SINGLE BANK EXTRA DEEP CABINETS

• Super-Strong, Ultra-Lightweight Composite Plastic • Magnetic Base & 360° Swivel Hook for Hands-Free Operation • 3 - AAA Batteries (included) • 144 Lumens

605-332-5300 prinsinsurance.com www.prinsinsurance.com 800-332-5310 605-332-5300 Quotes Available At Call for a quote

COMPARE TO

SAVE $1,450

COMPARE TO

1,750

$

MODEL: KRA4008FPBO

31999 $29999

*49128055 * 49128055

Item 64434, 64432, 64162, 56104, 56105, 56106

Cannot be used with other discounts or prior purchases. Original coupon must be presented. Valid through 12/2/19 while supplies last. Limit 1 FREE GIFT per customer per day.

*49144636 * 49144636 LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

4101 S. Southeastern Ave. Sioux Falls, SD

40" x 72" MOVING BLANKET NOW

3500 WATT SUPER QUIET RECIPROCATING SAW INVERTER GENERATOR WITH ROTATING HANDLE

Customer Rating

NOW

99 $699

$

4

$ 99

Vendor & Craft Fair Saturday October 12th 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Beresford High School •FREE ADMISSION• Bake Sale Lunch Available By VFW Auxiliary 2975.

Pheasant Wreaths, Ringneck And Melanistic Phase. Antique Oak Ice Box And Split Pedestal Five Leaf Dining Table. See SF Craigslist. LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB? Deliver the Shopping News!

For Sale: 25,000 Pound Capacity Ink Barrel Full Pumping Equipment Goes With It. Blue-Gray In Color Like New, Make Offer View at The Shopping News Call First 605-940-4912

Carriers Wanted Tuesday Only To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old. Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money! For Sale 4X4 Pallets Excellent Condition $4 Each Must Purchase Minimum Of 15 Troy: 605-940-4915

SAVE 60%

Black Fiberglass Topper Fits 2007- 2012 Chevy Silverado, Paid $2200, Asking $700 Stack On 18 Gun Safe $300 Call Rich 605-338-2821 After 4 PM FARMERS, LANDSCAPERS or GARDENERS, Did You Or A Loved One Use Roundup Weed Killer And Were Diagnosed With NON-HODGKINS LYMPHOMA (Cancer)? You May Be Entitled To Compensation. Call Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535-5727

Look For The ALDI insert

ITEM 69504/62336/47262 shown

Sioux Falls Shopping News

9

$ 98 PRATT RETAIL SPECIALTIES MODEL: HDMOVBLAN

COMPARE TO

GOOD SUPER COUPON

Customer Rating

4-1/2" TALL SLIDING FENCES

14499 $18999

COMPARE TO

SAVE $90 RYOBI

$

BLADE INCLUDED

19

*49158876 * 49158876

99

269

MODEL: TSS120L

COMPARE TO

KOBALT

VALUE

*49174150 * 49174150 LIMIT 5 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

SUPER COUPON

$3999

$10 99

5999

$

SAVE 59%

98

62

MODEL: PCFP02003

Customer Rating

SUPER COUPON

Customer Rating

29 PIECE RAPID PUMP® 1.5 TON TITANIUM LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINUM DRILL BIT SET FLOOR JACK NOW NOW

YOUR CHOICE

$

49 99

MODEL: SGY-AIR88TZ

LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

0.6 CFM @ 90 PSI

ITEM 61615 COMPARE TO 60637 95275 shown PORTER-CABLE

$

NOW

$999

*49173199 * 49173199

3 GALLON, 100 PSI OIL-FREE • Air delivery: AIR COMPRESSORS

$

1699

• 1.4mm tip included

ITEM 67181/62300/47016 shown

ITEM 64686

SUPER Customer Rating COUPON

PANCAKE

Customer Rating

$

FREE

$

2999

20 OZ. GRAVITY FEED AIR SPRAY GUN

SAVE 80%

179 $19999

LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

ITEM 5889/62281/61637 shown

1899 DEWALT

COMPARE TO

SAVE $6814 83%

MODEL: DW1369

SAVE $ 91

$5999

• Weighs 33 lbs.

COMPARE TO

K TOOL $ 42

151

MODEL: KTI63094

$

7999

ITEM 60569/68053/62160/62516 64552/64832/64980/64545 shown

*49175941 * 49175941

*49182003 * 49182003

*49191150 * 49191150

LIMIT 3 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

LIMIT 3 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

SUPER COUPON

POWDER-FREE NITRILE GLOVES PACK OF 100 • 5 mil thickness

SAVE 59% VENOM $ 97

14

Customer Rating

$

ITEM 56597 69684/56775 61970/61969 shown

ITEM 69269 97080 shown

SUPER COUPON

LASER GUIDE LIGHT & LED WORK LIGHT

COMPARE TO

$

Blade sold separately.

ITEM 65570/61884/62370 shown

SUPER COUPON

12" DUAL-BEVEL SLIDING COMPOUND MITER SAW WITH LED AND LASER GUIDE

$

MODEL: PCE360

$1999

SAVE 66%

LIMIT 4 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

LASER GUIDE LIGHT

$ 218 71 SAVE $73 PROFESSIONAL WOODWORKER MODEL: 8637

59

LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

6-1/2" VERTICAL CROWN MOLDING CAPACITY

HOT DOG

2,019

NOW

COMPARE TO

PORTER-CABLE $ 98

*49158424 * 49158424

2-5/8" TALL SLIDING FENCES

Not available in AZ, OH, OK, and VA.

$

MODEL: EU3000iS1A

BETTER

3-1/2" VERTICAL CROWN MOLDING CAPACITY

BLADE SOLD SEPARATELY

SAVE 1,319

$

*49154242 * 49154242

LIMIT 4 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

12" DUAL-BEVEL SLIDING COMPOUND MITER SAW

79999 HONDA

ITEM 56720/63584 shown

*49145237 * 49145237

COMPARE TO

each week in the

COMPARE TO

SUPER Customer Rating COUPON

• 11 hour run time

$3 99 Sioux Falls Healing Rooms Free Prayer For Physical, Spiritual, And Emotional Healing. Trained Prayer Leaders. Tuesday & Thursday 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM Thursday 11 AM - 1 PM Western Mall

*49138567 * 49138567

Limit 1 coupon per customer per day. Save 20% on any 1 item purchased. *Cannot be used with other discount, coupon or any of the following items or brands: Inside Track Club membership, Extended Service Plan, gift card, open box item, 3 day Parking Lot Sale item, compressors, floor jacks, safes, storage cabinets, chests or carts, trailers, welders, Admiral, Ames, Bauer, Central Machinery, Cobra, CoverPro, Daytona, Diamondback, Earthquake, Fischer, Hercules, Icon, Jupiter, Lynxx, Poulan, Predator, Tailgator, Viking, Vulcan, Zurich. Not valid on prior purchases. Nontransferable. Original coupon must be presented. Valid through 12/2/19.

SUPER COUPON

SUPER COUPON

Customer Rating

ITEM 63878/63991 64005/69567/60566 63601/67227shown

13

52 PERFORMANCE $ MODEL: W2364 TOOL

YOUR CHOICE OF 6 COLORS

20% OFF ANY SINGLE ITEM*

ALL IN A SINGLE SUPER POWERFUL LIGHT

SNAP-ON $

SUPER COUPON

MODEL: VEN4145

Customer Rating

$1999

NOW

$

$5 99

2999

INOLED $

7

47

$ 99

NOW

$9999

*49195184 * 49195184

SAVE 57% ITEM 64410 *49198650 * 49198650

LIMIT 4 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

LIMIT 4 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

MODEL: SNT28B-12

SIOUX FALLS (605) 496-0800 3120 West 12th Street *Original coupon only. No use on prior purchases after 30 days from original purchase or without original receipt. Valid through 12/2/19.

ITEM 60363/69730 ITEM 68121/69727 shown CALIFORNIA ONLY

SAVE $ 230

COMPARE TO

HONDA

11999

$

329 99

MODEL: GX200UT2QX2

*49209833 * 49209833 LIMIT 1 - Coupon valid through 12/2/19*

SIOUX CITY (712) 274-1700 4271 Sergeant Road

At Harbor Freight Tools, the “Compare to” price means that the specified comparison, which is an item with the same or similar function, was advertised for sale at or above the “Compare to” price by another national retailer in the U.S. within the past 90 days. Prices advertised by others may vary by location. No other meaning of “Compare to” should be implied. For more information, go to HarborFreight.com or see store associate.

hft_SiouxFallsShoppingNews_100219_M-REG167697.indd 1

©

$

46-3/8"

COMPARE TO

4005 S. Western Avenue Sioux Falls, SD

SUPER COUPON

6.5 HP (212 CC) OHV HORIZONTAL SHAFT GAS ENGINE

Customer Rating

5000 LUMEN LED HANGING SHOP LIGHT NOW

Customer Rating

ITEM 97581, 37050, 64417, 64418, 61363, 68497, 61360, 61359, 68498, 68496 shown

SUPER COUPON

9/13/19 3:19 PM


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 4 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

AD PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 9-15, 2019 ONLY! FRESH 10 LB. TUBES 80% Lean ............

Fresh Boston Butt Pork Roasts

1

$ 47

Fresh Whole Boneless

Pork Loins.........................

1 $ 33 3 lb.

Deli Cold Meats ..............

Ice Cream

93% Lean ............

lb.

$ 53

Land O Frost 16 oz.

Best Choice

85% Lean ............

3

$ 97

4 qt. pail

18 pack

Large Eggs .........................

English Muffins...................

lb.

10 lb. bag Chicken Leg Quarters

lb.

2 $ 47 85% Ground Beef 2 Frozen 1 lb. chubs

80% Ground Beef....

$ 27

Banquet 7 oz.

Sheboygan 1 lb.

Bratwursts ............................

lb.

Pot Pies ........................................ Best Choice 6 oz.

77¢ 3/$ 1

Yogurt...............................................

77¢ $ 26 2

2

$ 98

Russet Potatoes

Acorn, Buttercup or

Butternut Squash .... 1 lb. bag Peeled

bag

71¢ 98¢ lb.

98

¢

48

Veggies 14.5 oz. can

Corn, Peas and Green Beans

98¢ $ 95 Laundry Detergent 1

Betty Crocker 5 oz.

Xtra 75 oz.

Best Choice 16 oz.

Pastas ...........................................

1

$ 88

¢

Best Choice

Barilla 16 oz.

Fruit Snacks ..........................

Saltine Crackers...........

1 $ 18 1 $ 42

Cheerios 8.9 oz., Golden Grahams 11.7 oz., Honey Nut Cheerios 10.8 oz., Cinn. Toast Crunch 12 oz.

1 $ 14 Apple Juice or Cider 1 Old Orchard 64 oz.

Cocktail Juice.......................

$ 38

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES **AKC** Of An Excellent Temperament Import Stock Guaranteed! (715)537-5413 www.jerland.com

Find all the Bundt Cakes hidden in the Shopping News to enter to win a Gift Card for

2101 W 41st St Suite 30, Sioux Falls (605) 799-1013 nothingbundtcakes.com

Mail / Drop Off to:

WIN A NOTHING BUNDT CAKES GIFT CARD

4005 S. Western Ave., PO Box 5184‚ Sioux Falls, SD • 57117-5184

Name:_______________________________ Phone:_______________________________ Email:_______________________________ Address:_____________________________ Cakes were on page(s): ___________

Entry forms must be received by 4 PM on Fri., before the next issue.

Last Week’s Winner of a Nothing Bundt Cakes Gift Card:

....

Bernedoodle Puppies $995-$2,250

Ridgeviewkennels.com

Find Bat to Enter!

WIN

October • 18, 19, 20 • 25, 26, 27 Friday-Sunday • 7pm-10pm

All New Themes

***Wanted*** Scrap Vehicles Pay Cash Free Pick Up (605)254-2364 For Sale: Foosball Table Vintage Vulcan Coin-Op Bar Unit. Exceptional Shape. Also LG Sensor Electric Clothes Dryer Details at 605-361-3938

TICKETS

47449 276th St., Worthing, SD

South Dakota Enhanced Permit To Carry Concealed Classes Cost: $65.00 Multiple Class Dates in 2019 & 2020 Carry into 38 states outside SD, including: MN, NE, WI, & More. WWW.PERMIT2CARRYSD.COM

HEATED SNACK SHACK!

I-29 Exit 68 East 3.5 Miles Located 10 min. S. of Sioux Falls, 3 mi. S. of Harrisburg.

facebook.com/HauntedFarmSouthDakota

Gun Show

Oct. 20th, 21st, 22nd

Mail / Drop Off to:

Westfair Fairgrounds Council Bluffs, IA Fri. 4pm-9pm Sat. 9am-5pm Sun. 9am-3pm BUY • SELL TRADE • BROWSE Info (563) 608-4401

Win Haunted Farm Tickets 4005 S. Western Ave., PO Box 5184‚ Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184

Bat was on page: _____ Entry forms must be received by 4 PM on Friday, October 11, 2019 for Remaining Tickets.

Name:____________________________ Phone:____________________________ Address:__________________________

Last Week’s Winners of _________________________________ Haunted Farm Tickets (Oct. 11, 12, 13): Stacy Cheeseman Kathy Feay

For complete list of contest rules, go to: sfshoppingnews.com/rules

For complete list of contest rules, go to: sfshoppingnews.com/rules

Lynda Boxdorfer

Best Choice 64 oz.

711 N. CLIFF • 605-338-1649 • FRANKLINFOODMARKET.COM

Kay Bowman Heidi Karlen

Restored & Projects For Sale •1957 Ford F100 Pickup •1961 Willy’s Jeep CJ3B •1968 Chevy 4DR. Station Wagon •1964 Cadillac 4DRHT. •1961 Studebaker Lark V8 •Harley Davidson Topper Scooter • Yamaha Gas Golf Cart Jack 605-929-7083

Big G

Cereals

Pasta Sauce

For Sale 4X4 Pallets Excellent Condition $4 Each Must Purchase Minimum Of 15 Contact Troy: 605-940-4915

Baby Carrots ........................

Francesco Rinaldi

24 oz. jar

lb.

Hot Dogs ....................................

Frozen 1 lb. chubs

....

48¢

Sugardale 12 oz.

lb.

10 lb. bag

1 77¢

For Sale Victory Electric Scooter Supports 500+ lbs 3 Years Old Good Condition $900 Call 605-988-7282 After Noon.

lb.

Not Responsible for picture errors or misprints. We reserve the right to limit quantities

$ 16

Best Choice 6 ct.

2 $ 69 2 $ 59 3 $ 19

©

END ROLLS OF PAPER For Hundreds Of Uses $5 And Up Depending On Size Of Roll You Choose See Jacqui At The SHOPPING NEWS 4005 S. WESTERN AVE. SIOUX FALLS, SD

Buying Junk & Unwanted Vehicles Call Anytime (605) 261-0818 WANT TO BUY! Junk Cars & Pick-Ups. Will Pay $100-$400 (605)310-0329 B & B STEELWORKS Carriers Wanted Tuesday Only To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old. Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money! The Shopping News accepts all major credit cards.

Campbell Supply

Insert Wraps & Booklets Featured in the Sioux Falls Shopping News

For Sale 4X4 Pallets Excellent Condition $4 Each Must Purchase Minimum Of 15 Contact Troy: 605-940-4915 For Sale: 25,000 Pound Capacity Ink Barrel Full Pumping Equipment Goes With It. Blue-Gray In Color Like New, Make Offer View at The Shopping News Call First 605-940-4912 THE SHOPPING NEWS DOES NOT KNOWINGLY Accept Ads Which Are Deceptive, Fraudulent, Or Which Might Otherwise Violate The Law Or Accepted Standards Of Taste. However, This Publication Does Not Warrant Or Guarantee The Accuracy Or Any Ad. Readers Are Strongly Cautioned To Investigate All Claims Made In Any Ads, And To Use Good Judgment When Answering Any Ad That Requires You To Send Money In Advance. Do Not Send Any Money In Advance Of Goods Delivered. Division Of Securities At (605) 773-4823

YOUR DESTINATION FOR LOCAL COUPONS & DEALS! Browse Deals Print Coupons Save Money! FreeSFCoupons.com


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 5

DID YOU KNOW YOUR AD CAN REACH 86,487 HOUSEHOLDS EACH WEEK? Advertising only online is a good way to get your ad missed. Many people won’t see your ad because they aren’t online or not part of your online group!

GET A BETTER FEEL FOR CLASSIFIEDS BY ADVERTISING IN THE SHOPPING NEWS!

339-3633 ©

Be Sure to Get Your CLASSIFIED ADS in by Monday at NOON! CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE: MONDAY NOON

4005 S. Western Avenue., PO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184 E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find us online at

CLASSIFIED AD HOURS:

Changes/Cancellations Needed by Friday 5 PM — CHECK ONE BOX FOR PROPER HEADING —

www.sfshoppingnews.com Open Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Pay By Phone: (605) 275-6373 Pay By Fax: (605) 334-2953 Pay on the Internet: www.sfshoppingnews.com Pay in Person or by Mail* PO Box 5184, 4005 S. Western Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184 *Charge to Credit Card

Automotive o Auto Parts o Auto & Vans o Boats & Motors o Motorcycles o RV’s & Campers o Snowmobiles & ATV’s o SUV’s o Trailers o Trucks & 4x4’s o Vintage Autos Employment o Business Opportunity o Employment Wanted o Help Wanted Auctions o Auctions

Write Your Word Ad:

________ 1 ________ 5 ________ 9 ________ 13 ________ 17 ________ 21 ________ 25 ________ 29 ________ 33

________ 2 ________ 6 ________ 10 ________ 14 ________ 18 ________ 22 ________ 26 ________ 30 ________ 34

Garage & Rummage o Central o General o (NE) Northeast o (NW) Northwest o (SE) Southeast o (SW) Southwest General Classified o Adoption o Announcements o Antiques & Collectibles o Arts & Crafts o Childcare o Computer & Office o Farm o Financial o Health & Beauty

o Household Items o Interest to Men o Interest to Women o Livestock & Horses o Lawn & Garden Equipment o Lost & Found o Miscellaneous o Musical o Personals o Pets & Supplies o Snow Blowers o Sporting o Travel & Vacation o Tickets & Events o Want to Buy

Real Estate o Real Estate for Sale o Mobile Homes o Rentals o Share Rentals o Commercial Real Estate Business Services o Building Materials o Business Services o Construction o Home Improvements o Lawn & Garden o Windows

Figure Your Cost:

________ 3 ________ 7 ________ 11 ________ 15 ________ 19 ________ 23 ________ 27 ________ 31 ________ 35

________ 4 ________ 8 ________ 12 ________ 16 ________ 20 ________ 24 ________ 28 ________ 32 ________

o Classified Digital Package - $80.00

(20 words + Social Media Boost + Website Post .50 each word after)

o Classified Rate - $30.00

We are not responsible for errors made due to illegible copy or improper punctuation. NO CANCELLATIONS OR CHANGES MADE ON MONDAY.

(20 words + .50 each word after)

o Bold - $1.50 Per Line o Border - $5.00 o Web Link - $2.00 TOTAL PER WEEK Number of Weeks to Run GRAND TOTAL (Circle One) cash

36

Name ____________________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________ City/State _________________________________________________________ Phone ____________________________________________________________

check

credit card

Check Enclosed or Charge to: _________________________________________ o Visa o MasterCard o Discover o American Express Credit Card # ______________________________________ CCV: _________ Exp. Date _________________________________________________________ month

/

year

signature

ALL CLASSIFIEDS GO ON THE INTERNET FREE! • CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE: MONDAY NOON

The classified deadline is Monday at NOON prior to the Wednesday publication. For your convenience, we have a mail slot in our front door for you to use 24 hours a day - or mail this form with your payment to the Shopping News. We MUST have payment BEFORE the ad runs, unless you are charging by phone using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 6 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

G

A

M

S October 7, 2019

King Features Weekly Service

1. MOVIES: Who was the voice of Genie in the animated version of “Aladdin” (1992)? 2. GEOGRAPHY: What river forms the northern border of Kentucky? 3. LITERATURE: Who wrote the short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What kind of dog was Toto in the book and movie “The Wizard of Oz”? 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the name of the Greek god of sleep? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president earned the nickname “Silent Cal” for his quiet demeanor? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What is another name for Middle Eastern pocket bread? 8. HISTORY: What battle started the U.S. Civil War? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many milliliters are in a teaspoon? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent for the Roman numerals MCMLXXXIV? Answers 1. Robin Williams 2. Ohio River 3. James Thurber 4. Cairn terrier 5. Hypnos 6. Calvin Coolidge 7. Pita bread 8. Battle of Fort Sumter 9. Almost 5 ml 10. 1984

E

for answers:

check out the rest of the shopper! © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

1. Who holds the major-league record for most times caught stealing in a season? 2. In 2018, Cleveland’s Corey Kluber set a franchise record for consecutive starts without allowing more than three earned runs (22). Who had held the team mark? 3. Which franchise recorded the biggest comeback by a road team to win a playoff game in NFL history? 4. Purdue’s Carsen Edwards set a men’s basketball record in 2019 for most 3-pointers in one NCAA Tournament (28). Who had held the record? 5. Who is the all-time leading U.S. scorer at the men’s Ice Hockey World Championship? 6. Name the last French driver before Simon Pagenaud in 2019 to win the Indianapolis 500. 7. In 2019, Barbora Strycova became the oldest first-time women’s Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open Era of tennis (age 33). Who had been the oldest? Answers 1. Rickey Henderson, with 42 in 1982 (when he also successfully stole


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 7

Good Samaritan Society – Interview Day Come visit with an HR professional for a guaranteed interview for positions available in our Sioux Falls, Canton, Luverne and Lennox locations.

Thursday, Oct. 10 • 9 a.m. – 5p.m.

Can’t make it in person?

Good Samaritan Society – National Campus 4800 W 57th St • Sioux Falls, SD

Apply today at good-sam.com/careers.

We are seeking qualified individuals for positions in:

CNA • Nursing • Houskeeping Food and nutrition All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation), genetic information, age, marital or familial status, disability, veteran status, or other protected status. © 2019 The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society. All rights reserved. 192140

NO W

Need Your House Cleaned Once A Week?

Professional Cleaner

605-610-7745

Flooring Installers Wanted!

Interested in working for a Family Owned Business with over 40 years of experience in the industry? Email: recruiting@kellerinteriors.com or visit our website: www.KellerInteriors.com

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

Will Do House Cleaning Or Help With Elderly And Disabled. I Am Respectable, Honest, And Loving! $15.00 Hr. 952-272-6865

**Imagination Station Childcare** In Hartford Is Looking For Energetic, Positive People To Join Our Childcare Team! FT & PT Available! Apply At 207 S. Main Hartford 605-528-5437

Carriers Wanted Tuesday Only To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old. Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money!

HIR ING

Now Hiring! Accepting applications for Full Time Operations Support and Seasonal Drivers. Positions starting immediately. Duties include local farm deliveries, general labor responsibilities, and general housekeeping. Minimum Class B CDL with Tanker endorsement. Great potential for overtime. Home every night. Apply in person at 301 SE 13th St, Beresford, SD or visit www.simplot.com/careers. A clean driving record, pre-employment drug screen and background check is required. EEO/AAP

Family Health Care Of Siouxland - Sioux City Open Positions: •Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner •Radiology Technologist •Medical Lab Assistant More Information At: www.fhcsl.com/careers/

US Foods is Hiring Class A CDL Delivery Drivers! $5000 Bonus! GREAT PAY & BENEFITS!! Apply online at www.usfoods.com/jobs

LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB? Deliver the Shopping News!

Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559

Full-Time Production Workers Sioux Falls Shopping News/ Western Commercial Printing has IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Multiple Full-Time Training Production Workers available in Sioux Falls, SD for the right

Job Description -

We are seeking skilled and experienced Production Workers to carry out various tasks in our busy printing press area. The ideal candidate will have some mechanical experience, excellent communication skills and a high degree of mechanical aptitude. The successful applicant will be responsible for operating production line equipment, finishing products and reporting any issues with equipment directly to maintenance supervisors.

Duties & Responsibilities -

• Setup and operation of saddle stitch machine • Read and understand work order • Following guidelines set in the job ticket • Load and unload printed material • Perform maintenance and oversee any helpers • Conduct quality checks • Once job is running, work independently & maintain consistent quality through run

candidate!

4005 S. Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57105 sfshoppingnews.com

Additional responsibilities as required, such as moving skids and packing boxes Fast paced,

physical environment

EOE

REQUIREMENTS

• Mechanical Inclinations • High school diploma competitive pay and • Must be at least 18 years old Contact K Lesnar at benefits including: • Must be able to understand Sioux Falls Shopping News/ Group Medical written/verbal instructions Western Commercial Printing today! Insurance & 401k • Punctuality and attendance 605-274-2659 • Printing/Manufacturing, 4005 S. Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57105 perfect binding and/or saddle Or Email Resume to stitching experience careers@sfshoppingnews.com preferred

WE OFFER

TO APPLY


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 8 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

TM

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

WE’RESIOUX FALLS AREA HIRIN FULLG! T I M E LOC FUEL AL DRIVE RS NE EDED ! REQUIREMENTS: • Class A CDL with Tank & HazMat endorsements • 2 years verifiable tractor -trailer driving experience • Pass DOT Physical and Drug Screen • Clean MVR

2,000 HIRE-ON BONUS! $

WE OFFER: • Competitive Wages • Retirement Savings Plan • Medical & Dental Insurance • Uniforms • Direct Deposit • Cell Phone Allowance • Vacation after 1 year

Interested?! Contact Cheryl at 402-502-5232 or email cheryl.dillon@ tripctrans.com

OMAHA, NE Apply online at www.mycdlapp.com/triplec

HOME DAILY!

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 PUT CO-OP advertising dollars to work for you! Many brand name manufacturers have CO-OP funds available to help local dealers and distributor’s pay for advertising. Ask your representative for details. Shopping News, 339-3633.

Pitbull Construction Inc. Residential Homes Is Looking To Expand Immediate Hire For Residential Framers Skills Needed Include •Wall Framing •Sheet Walls •Set Roof •Sheet Roof Wages Start Between $12 - $20 An Hour Depending On Experience Start Immediately Paid Holiday Year Round Local Work Christmas Bonus Overtime Paid After 40hrs Call Or Text Chad 605-201-5785 Will Not Respond To Emails

Seamstress Support Position Banner Production Immediate Opening •Artistic/Creative Background •Strong Attention To Detail Part Time Maximum Promotions Inc. (customcollegebanners.com) E-mail: vesna@maximumpro.com You Will Be Contacted

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

EARN $14.05-$17.00/Hr. •Fun

Team Atmosphere Bonus Incentives •Paid Weekly •Paid Vacation •401(K) •Excellent Training •Health, Dental, Vision •Opportunity for Advancement

•Daily

Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls, SD 5307 N. Cliff

(Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90) No phone calls please We value diversity/ We drug test Will Do House Cleaning Or Help With Elderly And Disabled. I Am Respectable, Honest, And Loving! $15.00 Hr. 952-272-6865 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.

**Imagination Station Childcare** In Hartford Is Looking For Energetic, Positive People To Join Our Childcare Team! FT & PT Available! Apply At 207 S. Main Hartford 605-528-5437

Family Health Care Of Siouxland - Sioux City Open Positions: •Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner •Radiology Technologist •Medical Lab Assistant More Information At: www.fhcsl.com/careers/ 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 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 DELIVERING THE SHOPPING NEWS is a great way to earn money for your first car. Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 9

Tractor Mechanic

2019 HIRING EVENT

➤ Hours are 8-5 ➤ Monday - Friday ➤ Competitive wages with benefits

including Health, Dental, Vision, 401K and Paid Vacation Requirements: Must follow OSHA Rules and Regulations. Must be able to perform service and maintenance work on truck tractors. Must have own Mechanic Tools. CDL a plus, but not required.

www.sfshoppingnews.com

October 17th, 2019 4 p.m.-7 p.m.

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

907 7th Avenue N. Brandon, SD 57005

COLORFUL 30’ flag banners available at The Shopping News.

**Imagination Station Childcare** In Hartford Is Looking For Energetic, Positive People To Join Our Childcare Team! FT & PT Available! Apply At 207 S. Main Hartford 605-528-5437

N 29 STI

’ PIN ROLLN CAFÉ & GRILLE

UIS LO

E

Trailer Mechanic

➤ Hours are 8-5 ➤ Monday - Friday ➤ Competitive wages with benefits

Bill@aaexpressinc.com

2 weeks vacation • Health Insurance starting Day 1 • Tuition reimbursement • Opportunity for growth

SPORTS COMPLEX

W. RUSSELL ST

www.rollnpin.com/menu

including Health, Dental, Vision, 401K and Paid Vacation Requirements: Must follow OSHA Rules and Regulations. Must be able to perform service and maintenance work on semi trailers. Must have own Mechanic Tools. CDL a plus, but not required.

N WESTPORT

Pitbull Construction Inc. Residential Homes Is Looking To Expand Immediate Hire For Residential Framers Skills Needed Include •Wall Framing •Sheet Walls •Set Roof •Sheet Roof Wages Start Between $12 - $20 An Hour Depending On Experience Start Immediately Paid Holiday Year Round Local Work Christmas Bonus Overtime Paid After 40hrs Call Or Text Chad 605-201-5785 Will Not Respond To Emails

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

Family Health Care Of Siouxland - Sioux City Open Positions: •Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner •Radiology Technologist •Medical Lab Assistant More Information At: www.fhcsl.com/careers/

AVE KIWANIS

COLORFUL 30’ flag banners available at The Shopping News.

Seamstress Support Position Banner Production Immediate Opening •Artistic/Creative Background •Strong Attention To Detail Part Time Maximum Promotions Inc. (customcollegebanners.com) E-mail: vesna@maximumpro.com You Will Be Contacted

N

Carriers Wanted Tuesday Only To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old. Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money!

Bill@aaexpressinc.com

’ PIN ROLLN CAFÉ & GRILLE

EVENT CENTER

3015 W Russell St. Sioux Falls 339-9191

spartanmotors.com/careers


Dining& ENTERTAINMENT

The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 10 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

Craft & Bake Sale Hillcrest Church

4301 E. 26th St., Sioux Falls Saturday, Oct. 26th 9am-3pm

OVER 40 VENDORS

“T he Best Baked Goods Around!” LIST YOUR EVENTS FOR FREE! Email: events@sfshoppingnews.com

S.F. SOCIAL SINGLES FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Oct 11th - O’ So Good, 589 N. Main, Garretson. Oct 18th - Backyard BBQ Grill, 3705 S. Western Ave. Oct 25th - Halloween POT LUCK SUPPER at Betty’s, 1817 S Sertoma Place. Please bring a goody you like to share with everyone and dress up for Halloween!!! Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. All dinners are at 6:30pm unless otherwise specified. For more info, call (605) 201-9881 or

St. Lambert School ANNUAL CRAFT FAIR

Saturday, October 19 from 9am-3pm 1000 S. Bahnson • Sioux Falls, SD • Free Admission • 100+ Booths of Quality Crafts • Food Concessions

10.18 NIGHTMARE ON 3RD ST HALLOWEEN PARTY

A SELF-INFLICTED WOUND

SOLD OUT

11.1 Z-98 PRESENTS

11.2 FILTER WITH SILVER SNAKES

THEORY OF A DEADMAN

WITH SILVER SNAKES

WITH SPIRIT ANIMAL

11.8 THE MUSIC OF CREAM

11.9 SOUL ASYLUM

50TH ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR

11.15 KSUX 105.7 PRESENTS:

AARON LEWIS

11.16 DUELING FOR THE FORCES: SUPPORT SIOUXLAND SOLDIERS FUNDRAISER

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW AT HRHSIOUXCITY.COM 111 3RD STREET

I SIOUX CITY, IA 51101

Must be 21 or older. Management reserves all rights. If you or someone you know needs gambling treatment, call 800.BETS.OFF.

This hand was played in the European championships in a match between Switzerland and Italy. At both tables, the final contract was four spades, and at both tables, the three of clubs was led. The play varied after the first trick, but in each case South went down one. The Swiss declarer took the ace of clubs and led the ace and another diamond, planning to ruff a diamond in dummy at his first opportunity. East won with the queen and returned a trump to dummy’s king.

At this point, declarer decided to discard a heart on the king of clubs before returning to his hand to ruff a diamond. But West ruffed the king and returned a trump. That spelled the end for South, since he still had two diamonds to lose, so he finished with only nine tricks. The Italian declarer fared just as badly. He won the club lead with the ace and promptly crossed to dummy with a spade in order to discard a heart on the king of clubs. He got the discard all right, but West ruffed the club and returned a trump. This left South with three diamond losers, so he also went down one. Thus the hand wound up as a tie, the bad play of each declarer being offset by his counterpart’s equally bad play. Both should have made the contract, but they went down trying for an unimportant overtrick. The safest way to play the hand is to lead the ace and another diamond after winning the first trick. Against the normal trump return, declarer ruffs a low club with the eight and trumps a diamond in dummy. South is then on safe ground. He ruffs a club with the nine, draws trumps and winds up with 10 tricks consisting of seven spades, the two minor-suit aces and a diamond ruff in dummy. It is odd that the two well-known international stars, playing in an important event, each managed to go down on a basically simple hand. They both forgot that making the contract is the primary consideration. © 2019 King Features Syndicate Inc.

King Features Weekly Service

10.26 SARA EVANS

© 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

October 7, 2019

10.25 THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND

LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Although you can expect on-thejob cooperation from most of your colleagues this week, some people might insist on knowing more about your plans before they can accept them. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Creating another way to do things is commendable. But you could find some resistance this week from folks who would rather stick with the tried-and-true than try something new. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You usually can keep your aim focused on your goal. But you might need to make adjustments to cope with unsteadiness factors that could arise over the course of the week. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) News arrives about a projected move. Be prepared to deal with a series of possible shifts, including starting and finishing times, and how much the budget will actually cover. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A new relationship needs time to develop. Let things flow naturally. It could be a different story with a workplace situation, which might require faster and more focused attention. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Accept a compliment without trying to troll for any hidden reason beyond what was said. After all, don’t you deserve to be praised every now and then? Of course you do. BORN THIS WEEK: You like to weigh all possibilities before making a decision. You would be a fine judge, or even be a star in a jury room.

6:30pm at the Center for Active Generations. Please come and join in on the fun of square dancing! Call 605-360-2524 for any questions. We will be starting mainstream dance lessons this fall and would love to have new students! All ages are welcome. ANNUAL CRAFT BAZAAR & BAKE SALE Hillcrest Church will be hosting its 14th Annual Craft Bazaar & Bake Sale on Saturday, October 26th from 9am-3pm. Crafters include knit and crocheted items, jewelry, wood work, original art, holiday decorations, and paper crafts. Other vendors include Pampered Chef, Tupperware, Avon, Tastefully Simple, Scentsy, and more! We have very few spots left open for homemade crafts, but you can call 605371-0546 if you are interested in registering. We are no longer taking additional registrations for third-party sales. Don’t forget to stop at our famous bake sale! Hundreds of items, packaged, decorated, and delicious! All proceeds benefit Hillcrest’s orphan care ministry. DAKOTA DACHSHUND’S TRUNK OR TREAT EVENT Saturday, Oct. 19 from Noon3pm located at 501 E. 41st St. Calling all family and friends to come out to this FREE afternoon of fun! Photo Booth. All breed dog costume contest at 2pm. Lunch will be available. To register to do a trunk, please contact Tonya at (507) 360-6606 or taanenson@hotmail.com For more information, visit dakotadachshundrescue.org. TRUNK OR TREAT EVENT Hillcrest Church (4301 E. 26th St.) will be hosting their annual trunk or treat event on Sunday, October 27th from 2pm to 4pm. Hillcresters will be dressed in costume and handing out candy to the neighborhood kids. Everyone’s invited! SADIE HAWKINS DANCE Saturday, Nov. 16 held at the El Riad Shrine, 510 S. Phillips Ave. Ladies, get your dance partner for this hootin’ and hollerin’ event! Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8pm. General admission: $12, reserved tables: $90/$120/$150, each table sits: 6/8/10. Reserve your table today! (605) 610-8042 or email ElRiadOuthouse1@gmail.com. Online ticket sales http://bit.ly/ OuthouseSadieHawkins. Proceeds are for the benefit of the El Riad Outhouse #1. Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions. FALL GOSPEL SHOW The South Dakota Country Music Opry House and Museum 122 S Main Lennox SD, is hosting a fall gospel show with a soup/dessert supper fundraiser. Free will offering for cover charge. Lunch will be available before and after the music which begins at 2 pm. Handicap accessible. For more information, call Wini at (605) 310-2441. RENNER AMERICAN LEGION POST 307 Pancake Breakfast 8am-12:30 pm every third Sunday through April. Price: Adults $8.00, 7 To 12 Year Olds $5.00. Menu includes: Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage Links, Coffee & Juice. REMEMBERING MELISSA PESKEY Pesky Benefit Fair. Saturday, Nov. 2 from 10am-2pm held at the Dakota Plains Event Center, Hartford, SD.

King Features Weekly Service

10.12

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You could be caught in a torrent of advice from well-meaning friends and colleagues this week. But remember, Lamb, you are at your best when you are your own inimitable self. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Expect strong efforts to get you to accept things as they are and not question them. But ignore all that and continue your inquiries until you’re sure you have all the answers you need. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Heavier than usual family and workplace duties compete for your time this week. Try to strike a balance so that you’re not overwhelmed by either. Pressures ease by week’s end. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It’s a good time for the Moon Child to show off your uniquely inspired approach to the culinary skills — especially if they’re directed toward impressing someone special. LEO (July 23 to August 22) You might be happy about the re-emergence of a long-deferred deal. But don’t pounce on it quite yet. Time can change things. Be sure the values you looked for before are still there. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Try to rein in your super-critical attitude, even if things aren’t being done quite as you would prefer. Remember: What you say now could create an awkward situation later on.

Homemade soups, pie and baked goods, plus crafts and vendors; Adults $6, Children $4; proceeds fund mission grants. THE DAKOTA OPRY October 20th at the Tea American Legion in Tea SD from 4pm to 6pm. Special guest will be Barry Peterson. PUGOWEEN October 19 from 9-11am at Active Generations, 2300 W. 46th St. Costumes, Contests and Cake Walk. Please bring a baked good. Adults: $6, Children under 12 $4, Dogs free. All Dogs welcome! RAKE THE TOWN October 25 & 26, 2019. Registration by October 11 with 211 helpline. Homeowner Registration by October 11! Call 211 (or 333-3317) to reach the Helpline Center! Homeowners need to register each year even if they have used this service before. Over 1,200 volunteers will be raking yards for homeowners over the age of 60 throughout Sioux Falls! SQUARE DANCE Dances on Sunday evenings at

October 7, 2019

READY TO ROCK BOY BAND NIGHT

(605) 360-1908. SOUP & PIE SUPPER East Side Lutheran Church, 10th and Cliff. Thursday, October 10th, 4:00-7:00 pm. Homemade soups, pies, and breads. Chili, turkey noodle, broccoli cheese, Adults:$8.00. Ages 4-10 $4.00. Take-out available. Lefse, bake sale, crafts, greeting cards, cutlery. LUTHERAN WOMEN IN MISSION SOUP & PIE LUNCHEON & MINI CRAFT/VENDOR FAIR Saturday, Oct. 12 from 9am-2pm held at the Memorial Lutheran Church, 5000 S Western Ave.;

LIST YOUR EVENT FOR FREE! Email: events@sfshoppingnews.com


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 To Place An Ad, October 9, 2019 • Page 11

MAKE IT CLICK

© 2019 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

King Features Weekly Service

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Lola and Mariah played matchmaker for Rey and Sharon. Devon insisted on confronting Amanda, even when Elena suggested he let his lawyers handle her. Nate reluctantly agreed to accompany Abby to the Newman family dinner, where Victor’s children opened up about the complications his plan to trap Adam had caused them. Tensions grew between Billy and Victor. Cane asked Phyllis about Adam’s whereabouts, sparking her curiosity. Later, Phyllis was surprised to find that Michael was in possession of Adam’s cell phone. Nick got upset when Chelsea revealed that she wouldn’t be attending the New Hope event. Jack and Traci began writing a book about their family’s history. Wait to See: Chelsea is troubled by Connor’s behavior.

ily Matters Program is held for 7 weeks, starting October 15th and consecutive Tuesday evenings. We start each night with a meal (5:30-6) and have youth, parent and family sessions (6-8 pm) following. • Parents learn how to show love while setting limits. • Youth develop skills to handle peer pressure.

answers 10-09-19

magic maze answers 10-09-19

most 3-pointers in one NCAA Tournament (28). Who had held the record? 5. Who is the all-time leading U.S. scorer at the men’s Ice Hockey World Championship? 6. Name the last French driver before Simon Pagenaud in 2019 to win the Indianapolis 500. 7. In 2019, Barbora Strycova became the oldest first-time women’s Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open Era of tennis (age 33). Who had been the oldest? Answers 1. Rickey Henderson, with 42 in 1. Who holds major-league 1982 (when he also the successfully stole record for most times caught stealing 130 bases). in a season? 2. Sonny Siebert, with 21 games in 2. In 2018, Cleveland’s Corey Klu1965. berThe set a franchise consecu3. Detroit record Lions for came back tive 20 starts without allowing more from points down to beat thethan San three earned runs (22). Who had held Francisco 49ers in 1957. theMichigan’s team mark? Glen Rice had 27 in 4. 3. Which franchise recorded the big1989. gest comeback bywith a road42 team to win a 5. Patrick Kane, points. playoff in NFL history? 6. Renegame Thomas, in 1914. Purdue’sVinci Carsen set she a 7. 4.Roberta wasEdwards 32 when reached the U.S. Open men’s basketball record semifinals in 2019 forin 2015. most 3-pointers in one NCAA Tournament (28).King WhoFeatures had held the record? © 2019 Syndicate, Inc. 5. Who is the all-time leading U.S. scorer at the men’s Ice Hockey World Championship? 6. Name the last French driver before Simon Pagenaud in 2019 to win the Indianapolis 500. 7. In 2019, Barbora Strycova became the oldest first-time women’s Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open Era of tennis (age 33). Who had been the oldest? Answers 1. Rickey Henderson, with 42 in 1982 (when he also successfully stole 130 bases). 2. Sonny Siebert, with 21 games in 1965. 3. The Detroit Lions came back from 20 points down to beat the San Francisco 49ers in 1957. 4. Michigan’s Glen Rice had 27 in 1989. 5. Patrick Kane, with 42 points. 6. Rene Thomas, in 1914. 7. Roberta Vinci was 32 when she reached the U.S. Open semifinals in 2015.

FRIDAY OCT. 11, 2019 © 2019 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

King Features Weekly Service

Jordan comforted Curtis. Ava visited Ryan. Spinelli got to work helping Sam. Robert received some sad news. Monica visited Franco. Elizabeth was ruthless. Valentin was indignant. Michael gave Sasha his full support. Charlotte had brunch with Lulu. Hayden and Finn shared an awkward encounter. Jason confided in Sam. Nina was thrown for a loop. Josslyn felt optimistic. Brad requested Julian’s help. Neil needed more information. Alexis was selective. Wait to See: Brad attends Nelle’s parole hearing.

October 7, 2019

GENERAL HOSPITAL Lulu felt increasingly on edge. Jax was proud of Joss. Sonny returned home. Carly apologized. Spinelli made a major discovery. Lulu’s declaration was confirmed. Dustin felt protective.

Briana Henry stars as “Jordan” on “General Hospital.”

Youth face many peer pressures in today’s world from social media, bullying, to handling Who holds the major-league risk1.taking situations with vaprecord for most times caught stealing ing, in alcohol, a season? and other substancIn 2018, Cleveland’s Klues.ber2.The Family MattersCorey Program set a franchise record for consecutive starts without more than (formerly calledallowing “Strengthenthree earned runs (22). Who had held ingtheFamilies team mark?Program 10-14”), 3. Which franchise recorded the bigwillgest give caregivers and toyouth, comeback by a road team win a playoff game inthe NFL tools history?to deal ages 10-14 4. Purdue’s Carsen Edwards set a men’s record in 2019Famfor with thebasketball tough situations.

October 7, 2019

1. Tree is added. 2. Saw blad is shorter. 3. Bricks are missing. 4. Dress’s neckline is different. 5. House is wider. 6. Man’s hair is different. 10/09/19

DAYS OF OUR LIVES Eve ran into a distraught Vivian. Eli comforted Lani. Gabi was devastated when she learned of Stefan’s prognosis. Kayla revealed a solution to saving Julie’s life. Gabi demanded Rolf find a way to save Stefan. Eli and Lani contemplated asking Gabi for Stefan’s heart. Brady broke the news about Kristen’s pregnancy to Victor. Eli pleaded with Gabi to save Julie’s life. Rolf lured Hope into a trap. Will and Sonny tried to change Gabi’s mind about donating Stefan’s heart to Julie. Eli gave Doug some disappointing news. Victor was upset when Brady moved Kristen into the mansion. Xander tried to come up with a way to keep Sarah in town. Wait to See: Kayla kicks Rolf out of his hospital lab.

ABC

Family Matters Program Starting October 15th at St. Michael Parish

King Features Weekly Service

ANSWERS

TO THIS WEEK’S SHOPPING NEWS “HOCUS-FOCUS”

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Brooke and Shauna continued to fight over Ridge. Thomas shared his glee with Vinny about his first victory in breaking up Ridge and Brooke. Meanwhile, Ridge tried to convince Steffy that Thomas was truly sorry for his past actions. Dr. Davis gave Katie dire news about her prognosis. Ridge recounted to Steffy the night he and Shauna spent together. Flo agreed to move forward but with one big stipulation — that her donation be anonymous. Wyatt and Sally babysat Beth and Douglas. Ridge saw Brooke for the first time since he moved out. Katie prepared to undergo her kidney transplant while Shauna was in the next room anxious about Flo’s condition. Wait to See: Hope gets jealous when she sees a message from Steffy on Liam’s phone.

had a rich history over the past 17 years of having several named artist preform Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers, Larry Cordle singer song writer most known for writing Highway 40 Blues and Murder on Music Row, Helen Cornelius, Jett Williams daughter of Hank Williams Sr. ,Christian Artist Guy Penrod and the late Jim Ed Brown and Daryl Singeltary, Tickets are available on www.itickets.com McCrossans Boys Ranch, The Diamond Room in Sioux Falls or call (605) 505-1003. 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 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 ANNUAL TURKEY SUPPER Wednesday, October 9 from 4:30 pm -7:00 pm. Held at the Harrisburg United Methodist Church. Cost is $10 for adults. No tickets sold after 6:30pm at the door.

October 7, 2019

HOCUS FOCUS

HOLIDAY WINE TASTING FUNDRAISING EVENT Friday, November 8, from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Join us at the Minnehaha Country Club for an evening of wine tasting and food. Proceeds benefiting the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum. Sponsored by the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum and Good Spirits Fine Wine & Liquor. Call the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum at (605) 367-4414 for more information. S.F. STAMP CLUB MEETING 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. All ages are welcome. MARK WILLS PERFORMANCE The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt is proud to announce that Mark Wills, one of the newest members to the Grand Ole Opry live in concert, is coming to Parker SD on November 2nd, 2019 at the Parker High School Gymnasium 331 West 1st St Parker SD. The show starts at 7PM doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $25.00 for Adults and $10.00 for k-12 students. The money raised from this event will be given to McCrossan Boys Ranch. The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt is a 501C3 organization. We have

EMBARGOED — DO NOT RELEASE BEFORE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019

SOUP AND PIE SUPPER Saturday, October 12, 2019, from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Held at Wild Flower Presbyterian Church 4800 East 6th Street. (Located 1 long block east of Washington High School). Serving the following favorite soups: vegetable beef, chili, chicken noodle and homemade pies: apple, pumpkin, cherry, lemon, peach and more. For more info, call 334-8412. ST. MICHAEL BAZAAR AND BAKE SALE Saturday, November 2, 2019, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm held at St. Michael’s, 1600 S. Marion Road, Sioux Falls. Vendors, homemade crafts, baked goods, concessions for purchase. Proceeds support the St. Michael Youth Group activities. MARY JO WEGNER ARBORETUM EVENTS Oct. 12 from 2:00-4:00pm - All Things Pumpkin - Paint them, carve them, smash them, bake them and eat them! Oct. 13 Singing Bowls Meditation, Sunday, October 13th at 2:00 pm. Come experience the healing properties of the Tibetan Singing Bowls. Cost is $20.00. Nov. 16 from 10:30 - 12:00pm - Winter Floral Designs by Diane - Create a beautiful winter arrangement. Bring your own pot with dirt and we will fill it up. Cost is $30.00 per person. Fall Book Sale drop off your gently used books at the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum to be used for the fall book sale by October 31st. Book sale to be held every weekend in November. Dec. 21 Christmas Shopping with your kids?? Drop your kids off at the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum for a day of games, crafts and outdoor activities. Ages 3 - 12. 10:00 am - 12:00 pm OR 12:30 - 2:30 pm. Cost is $10.00 per child. 10:00 am - 2:30 pm. Cost is $25.00 per child. Bring a sack lunch! Register at www. maryjowegnerarboretum.com or call 605-367-4414. COLOR ME MINE CERAMIC CLASS Sunday, November 10, from 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Relax in the beautiful fall environment at the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum. Enjoy painting a harvest scene on a ceramic plate that will ready to use at Thanksgiving! Register and pay at: www.maryjowegnerarboretum.com. Cost is $30.00 person.

EVERY TRIP

• Families learn skills to communicate more openly. • Families grow and have fun 1.together. MOVIES: Who was the voice of Need Genie inattheleast animated of to 4 version families “Aladdin” (1992)? run2.the program. Call Carroll GEOGRAPHY: What river forms Inthe northern border of Kentucky? stitute at 605-336-2556 or email 3. LITERATURE: Who wrote the Barb DeVos bdevos@carrolshort story “Theat Secret Life of Walter Mitty”? linstitute.org to register. Cost 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What kind is of$35 forToto the whole program, dog was in the book and movie “The Wizard of Oz”? scholarships are available. 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the name of the Greek god of sleep? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president earned the nickname “Silent Cal” for his quiet demeanor? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What is another name for Middle Eastern pocket bread? 8. HISTORY: What battle started the U.S. Civil War? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many milliliters are in a teaspoon? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent for the Roman numerals MCMLXXXIV? 1. MOVIES:Answers Who was the voice of1.Genie the animated version of Robinin Williams 2. Ohio River “Aladdin” (1992)? 3. GEOGRAPHY: James Thurber What river forms 2. Cairn terrier the4.northern border of Kentucky? 5. 3. Hypnos LITERATURE: Who wrote the 6. Calvin Coolidge short story “The Secret Life of Walter 7. Pita bread Mitty”? 8. Battle of Fort Sumter 4. KINGDOM: What kind 9. ANIMAL Almost 5 ml of10. dog1984 was Toto in the book and movie

answers 10-09-19

“The Wizard of Oz”? © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc. 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the name of the Greek god of sleep? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president earned the nickname “Silent Cal” for his quiet demeanor? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What is another name for Middle Eastern pocket bread? 8. HISTORY: What battle started the U.S. Civil War? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many milliliters are in a teaspoon? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent for the Roman numerals MCMLXXXIV? Answers 1. Robin Williams 2. Ohio River 3. James Thurber 4. Cairn terrier 5. Hypnos 6. Calvin Coolidge 7. Pita bread 8. Battle of Fort Sumter 9. Almost 5 ml 10. 1984

6TH ANNUAL

© 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

RAMKOTA EXHIBIT HALL SIOUX FALLS, SD REGISTRATION AT 6:30PM

What does a Sertoman do?

TASTING AT 7:00PM

• 9,000+ area students receive hearing tests administered by Sertoma members

• APPETIZER & BEER PAIRING • SILENT AUCTION • LIVE AUCTION • RAFFLE • DOOR PRIZES

• $12,000+ donated locally in support of our mission to serve those with hearing and speech impairments

40

$

PER TICKET!

• Service to Sertoma Park and Boy Scout House & Scout Troop 48 • Augustana Scholarship Fund for participation in hearing impaired studies • Promotion of self-improvement through weekly programs, educational opportunities and social functions FUNDS RAISED THROUGH BEERFEST STAY LOCAL TO SIOUX FALLS AND THE SURROUND COMMUNITIES

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW - CONTACT 605-789-2082 WWW.NOONSERTOMA.COM/BEERFEST.HTML


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 12 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

Boxing, Brews & News (A Benefit For Those Fighting Parkinson’s Disease) Join us for an evening of beer tasting, appetizers and a presentation by owner Jerry Hauck, on the history of craft beers. Monks House of Ale Repute was the regions 1st craft beer establishment in Sioux Falls. Hear about South Dakota’s 1st Rock Steady Boxing Gym for those fighting Parkinsons’ Disease and the way it can help slow down the progression of Parkinsons. Also hear from our South Dakota Parkinson’s Foundation Director on resources for those diagnosed!

Thursday, October 17th from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Held at Monks House of Ale Repute, 420 E. 8th Street, Sioux Falls, SD. Tickets: $20 To purchase tickets or for more information contact Lisa Howard with Rock Steady Boxing at (605) 362-1210

HAUNTED FARM Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays in October: 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27. Fri.-Sun. 7:00 pm-10:00 pm. Located at 47449 276th St., Worthing, SD. Exit 68, 3.5 Miles East or 3 Miles S. of Harrisburg. ALL NEW SCENES! Loft of the Lunatics, Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, Baby Animals / Hay Rides. Prices: Everything - $18.79, Non Scary - $9.39. For more information call (605) 261-0896. SERTOMA 6TH ANNUAL BEER FEST October 11, 2019 at the Ramkota Exhibit Hall. Registration 6:30-7:00 pm. Tasting starts at 7:00 pm. Breweries Featured:

sudoku answers

10-09-19 LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL EVENT CALENDAR

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My sweet dog “Bertie” has advanced cancer and is suffering greatly, and so I will soon have to make the sad decision to put him to sleep. After talking with his veterinarian, I was left wondering: Why does an examination need to be performed by the vet before an animal is euthanized? -- Devoted Doggie Mom in New Hampshire DEAR DEVOTED: I’m so sorry to hear about Bertie’s illness and that he must leave you soon. And I’m glad that you’re carefully planning the process so that his exit will be peaceful. The exam the vet may have referred to is not the same as an exam performed on a healthy pet. Rather, when a pet is very ill and euthanasia is being considered, the vet will do an evaluation and decide if its time to recommend euthanasia, or if the pet still has a good quality of life for several weeks or months to come. “There is not one perfect moment in time in which Send your questions to ask@pawscorner.com. to make that ultimate choice,” says veterinary hospice © 2019 King Features Synd.,Inc. service Lap of Love. Vets will evaluate pets on the scheduled day of euthanasia, and they may refuse to perform it if they believe it isn’t yet necessary. Putting pets to sleep is tough on veterinarians, too, and many struggle to talk with their patients about it as it causes them as much anxiety and sadness as it does for pet owners. This can sometimes lead to communication issues and misunderstandings. That may be the case here. I recommend calling the vet’s office to go over the process again and learn more about what the exam entails. A well-trained staff will answer your questions with compassion and professionalism.

Boulevard Brewing Company and Schells Brewing Company. Food paired with beer - yes! Silent Auction Items: Gift cards, coolers, beer paraphernalia, beer, etc. Live Auction Items: MN Vikings weekend package, custom wrapped refrigerator, etc. Other Giveaways: 50/50 drawing, Big Frig cooler drawing, firearms raffle, etc. Call 605-789-2082 for more info. COUNTRY APPLE ORCHARD PUMPKIN FESTIVAL October 12-13. Regular Hours: Monday - Friday: 10 am to 7 pm. Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm. Sunday: 11 am to 5pm. 27249 SD Highway 115, Harrisburg, SD 57032. *Due to HWY 115 construction please use alternate routes: S. on Louise Ave, or Cliff Ave. to 273rd St., then follow Hwy. 115 (Minnesota Ave.) N. to Country Apple Orchard. Call 605-743-2424 for more info. GITCHIE GIRL UNCOVERED FREE HISTORY TALK Open to the Public Free History Talk: Gitchie Girl Uncovered. By authors Phil and Sandy Hamman, Q&A with the lone survivor and authors. Third Thursday October 17, 7:00 pm. Location: Old Courthouse Museum, 200 West 6th Street, Sioux Falls. For more info, call 605-951-9200 or email info@minnehahahistory. org. Like us on facebook. www. minnehahahistory.org. SENIORS ACTIVE GENERATIONS MENU Oct. 9: Chicken Fried Steak,

THURSDAY, OCT. 10 Girls State Tennis @ McKennan Park 9am JV Cross-Country @ West Sioux High School - 4pm 9th Football Game vs. WHS @ HWF 4:15pm FRIDAY, OCT. 11 Varsity Volleyball Tournament -- Fargo Varsity Football vs. Harrisburg @ HWF - 6pm Girls State Tenis @ McKennan Park -9am SATURDAY, OCT. 12 Varsity Volleyball Tournament -- Fargo

Mashed Potatoes & Country Gravy, Peas, Carrots, Pineapple. Oct. 10: Tatertot Casserole, Corn, Tossed Salad, Mixed Tropical Fruit. Oct. 11: Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Cheesecake with fruit. Oct. 14: Swedish Meatballs, American Fries, Green Beans, Carrots Salad with Raisins, Pears. Oct. 15: Chicken Salad Sandwich, Mixed Greens Salad, Mandarin Oranges, Bread Pudding. ACTIVE GENERATIONS: DANCE SCHEDULE Dance held every Tuesday night from 7-9pm at The Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 333-3307. October: 15 - Norgaard Country; 22 - Dave Glazier “Doc Holiday”; 29 - Howard & Sonja - Boo Bash • Members: $6, • Non-Members $7. November: 5 - Happy Memories; 12 - Solid Country; 19 - Norgaard Country; 26 - Larry & the Rhythmair. SPORTS ELITE SPORTSBOOK GOES MOBILE! ELITE Sportsbook™ has gone mobile at Rhythm City Casino Resort®, Riverside Casino & Golf Resort®, and Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort®. Elite Casino Resort properties located in Iowa now offer online and mobile betting at www.elitesportsbook. com. Customers can bet anytime, anywhere in Iowa!

Oral Interp (Stars & Stripes) @ LHS -6:30am Girls State Tennis @ McKennan Park -- 9am MONDAY, OCT. 14 JV Football Game vs. Watertown @ HWF -- 4:15pm Cheer & Dance Metro Meet @ Brandon Valley -- 5pm Lincoln High School 2900 S. Cliff Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57105 (605)367-7990

Download our App and follow www.lhsstatesman.com Follow the Statesman on Twitter, Instagram an SnapChat:@lhsstatesman

WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

501 N. Sycamore Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57110 | 367-7970

WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL EVENT CALENDAR

By Sam Mazzotta © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

WHY IS EXAM REQUIRED FOR PET EUTHANASIA?

THURSDAY, OCT. 10 • Chorus: At South Dakota State University Festival 8 a.m. in Brookings • Girls Tennis: State Tournament 9 a.m. in Sioux Falls • Football: Freshmen vs. Lincoln High School 4:15 p.m. at Howard Wood Field FRIDAY, OCT. 11 • Girls Tennis: State Tournament 9 a.m. in Sioux Falls • Volleyball: Fargo Invitational 4 p.m. in Fargo, N.D. • Football: Varsity vs. Brandon Valley High School 7 p.m. in Brandon SATURDAY, OCT. 12 • Oral Interp: Varsity Invitational 8 a.m. at Lincoln High School • Volleyball: Fargo Invitational 9 a.m. in Fargo, N.D.

• Soccer: State AA Playoffs—opponents, sites and times TBA • Marching Band: At Youth in Music THIS WEEK AT WHS: Band Championships at U.S. Bank The Warrior Marching Band will Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. participate in the Youth in Music Band Championships at U.S. Bank Stadium MONDAY, OCT. 14 in Minneapolis, Minn., on Saturday • Football: JV vs. Sioux City East 4:15 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, p.m. at East High School in Sioux City, Minn. The event begins at 7:30 a.m. with Iowa WHS performing at 10:45 a.m. General • Cheer and Dance: Metro Conference admission tickets are $25 for adults Meet 5 p.m. at Brandon Valley High and $15 students and senior citizens at School in Brandon the door. • Volleyball: At Sioux Falls Christian High School—Freshmen 6 p.m., sophomores 7 p.m. TUESDAY, OCT. 15 • Soccer: State AA Playoffs—opponents, sites and times TBA

•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.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 13

1990 Ford Pickup Runs Great, Reg Cab $1250 1999 VW Beetle Yellow $650 Call 605-777-3676

Get a Car You'll Love For a Long Commute

DELIVERING THE SHOPPING NEWS is a great way for young people to learn responsibility. Call 940-4914 or 275-6372 today!

OF PAPER MANY MANY USES!

Want to Buy 1997 Buick LeSabre Limited Good to Excellent Condition May Consider a Custom. Call: 605-371-0393

Mailing a Package? Moving? Washing Windows? • Best options for packing glassware or anything fragile. • Great for your child’s art projects. • Use them to cover banquet tables or your floor if you are painting.

super crossword answers 10-09-19

Shop the stores that advertise in the Shopping News! © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

1. Name the album cover that shows old toys climbing out of a vintage toy box. 2. What was the title of George Harrison’s triple album? It was recorded right after the Beatles’ breakup. 3. Which Donovan song mentions the Green Lantern? 4. Name the group that released “Freewill.” 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “The tears I cried for you could fill an ocean, But you don’t care how many tears I cry.” Answers 1. “Toys in the Attic,” by Aerosmith, in 1975. The first single was “Sweet Emotion,” followed by “Walk This Way.” 2. “All Things Must Pass,” released in 1970. The cover shows him surrounded by garden gnomes, thought to be representative of the Beatles. 3. “Sunshine Superman,” in 1966, which became the title of Donovan’s third album. The song is considered to be one of the first examples of psychedelic music. 4. Rush, on their “Permanent Waves” album in 1980. The song was tested at a number of concerts before being put on the album. 5. “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool,” by Connie Francis in 1960. The song was intended to be the b-side of a single with the Italian ballad “Jealous of You (Tango Della Gelosia)” but radio stations preferred the b-side. It went to No. 1.

October 7, 2019

King Features Weekly Service

1. Name the album cover that shows old toys climbing out of a vintage toy box. 2. What was the title of George Harrison’s triple album? It was recorded right after the Beatles’ breakup. 3. Which Donovan song mentions the Green Lantern? 4. Name the group that released “Freewill.” 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “The tears I cried for you could fill an ocean, But you don’t care how many tears I cry.” Answers 1. “Toys in the Attic,” by Aerosmith, in 1975. The first single was “Sweet Emotion,” followed by “Walk This Way.” 2. “All Things Must Pass,” released in 1970. The cover shows him surrounded by garden gnomes, thought to be representative of the Beatles. 3. “Sunshine Superman,” in 1966, which became the title of Donovan’s third album. The song is considered to be one of the first examples of psycheNORTH - 4515 N. Cliff delic music. 4. Rush, on 336-0800 their “Permanent Waves” album in 1980. The song was Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30 Sat. 7:30-5:00 tested at a number of concerts before being put on the album. 5. “Everybody’s Somebody’s DOWNTOWN - 115Fool,” S. Minn. by Connie Francis336-2575 in 1960. The song was intended to be the b-side of a sin7:30-5:30 Sat. 7:30-5:00 gle Mon.-Fri. with the Italian ballad “Jealous of You (Tango Della Gelosia)” but radio stations preferred b-side. It went SOUTHthe- Western Mall to No. 1.

October 7, 2019

King Features Weekly Service

Dear Car Talk: My husband and I plan to buy a newer vehicle soon. I commute about 45 minutes to an hour each way. My husband is just a mile from his job. We have a 2014 Fiat 500 with 75,000 miles, but we need a second vehicle because we are both on call for our jobs. If one of us has the car, then the other (my husband) has to walk to work or home in all kinds of weather. My husband would like me to buy a used Hyundai Santa Fe with low mileage, but I know he would love a truck. He wants me to take the new vehicle that we buy to work every day. I know that a truck would cost more in gas, but I think it would make him happier in the short run. What do you suggest? -Suzanne I suggest a used Hyundai Santa Fe and one of those big, golf umbrellas. The good news is that if you've been happy with the Fiat 500, you'll be happy with anything, Suzanne. If the Hyundai Santa Fe or something similar appeals to you, that's what you should get. When you're commuting up to two hours a day, you should drive something you really like. So, whatever that is, get it.

Meanwhile, the Fiat is perfect for your husband's commute. It's only a mile, so if the Fiat breaks down, he'll never have to walk more than a mile. That's what the aforementioned, oversized umbrella is for. Honestly, Suzanne, you've been very lucky with the Fiat. While cute as hell and fun to drive, its reliability record is among the worst of all cars rated by that major consumer magazine we all read. And therein lies the beauty of this plan. When the Fiat dies -- or requires its next major repair -- your husband should plan to get a truck to replace it. That'll make him happy, and because he commutes only a mile each way, even if the truck gets only 15 miles per gallon, it'll still take him five months to go through a tank of gas. Neither the cost of gasoline nor its environmental impact is of great concern because of how little he drives. Meanwhile, you'll be happily cruising back and forth to work in your Lexus RX-350 (or whatever makes you happy), laughing at podcasts of Car Talk. Get something you'll really enjoy, Suzanne. Something worthy of spending two hours a day in. And when the Fiat says arrivederci (tell your hubby not to worry, it shouldn't be long), he should do the same for himself. © 2019 by Ray Magliozzi and Doug Berman. Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

END ROLLS

5 Flags Auto LOW-COST AUTO’S $500 and up! Offers Considered. 3204 N. Cliff Sioux Falls 605-339-4586

BIG

BATTERY SAVINGS

Most vehicles. No other discounts apply. Additional charge for shop supplies.

MUST PRESENT COUPON TO GET THIS PRICE.

Graham Tire Automotive Services

• • • •

339-3334

© 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6:00 Sat. 7:30-5:00

ALL REGULAR PRICED BATTERIES

COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE TRANMISSION FLUID EXCHANGE BRAKE FLUID FLUSH POWER STEERING FLUSH Disposal charges may apply in some areas. Most vehicles. No other discounts apply. Additional charges for shop supplies.

It's much more than a basic oil change • Oil Lube & Filter - Up To 5 Quarts Premium Grade Motor Oil 5W30 or 5W20 • Top Off All Fluids Under The Hood • Replace Front Wiper Blades (Some Vehicles Additional Charge) • Complete Tire Rotation • Check Tires for Tread Depth & Pressure • Evaluate Brake Condition • Analyze Battery Condition • Examine All Belts & Hoses For Cracks And Proper Tension • Check Coolant For Condition & Proper Strength. Environmental disposal & shop supplies additional.

Graham Tire Automotive Services

$

4988

Offer Expires 11/2/19

10 OFF

Offer Expires 11/2/19

FLUID MAINTENANCE SAVINGS YOUR CHOICE

Graham Tire Automotive Services

FALL CAR CARE PACKAGE

$

$

10 OFF

Offer Expires 11/2/19

Includes: • Up to 5 Qts. Premium Grade Motor Oil • Install New Oil Filter • Complete Chassis Lube (If Applicable) • Labor • Free Vehicle Inspection • Also Includes Tire Rotation (4 Wheels). Environmental disposal & shop supplies additional. 5W30 or 5W20 conventional oil.

Graham Tire Automotive Services

OIL CHANGE & TIRE ROTATION

$

5 OFF

Offer Expires 11/2/19

COUPON

crossword answers 10-09-19

$10 Off Services over $169

Call Today to schedule or schedule online at www.dakotarustproofing.com

Let us help protect your vehicle so you can enjoy many rust-free years to come! Not valid with any other offer or specials. Expires 10-31-19.

Powerful rust and corrosion protection for trucks, cars, trailers, fleet and farm! We protect the ENTIRE underside. Including the rocker panels, cab corners, tailgate, hood, doors, truck box skins and MORE! All for ONE low price!

804 N Weber Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57103

(605) 400-1768

Visit us online at: www.dakotarustproofing.com


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 14 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

Fall is in the air carotene (which the body makes into vitamin A), vitamin C, potassium, fiber, iron and vitamin B-6. Sweet potatoes have more nutrients than regular white potatoes and can replace white potatoes in some recipes. Try them mashed, baked or as a dessert. Try this wonderful recipe for Pecan Pork Chops with Pumpkin Apple Butter using these superstar fall fruits and vegetables. PECAN PORK CHOPS WITH PUMPKIN-APPLE BUTTER Fruits and vegetables are easier to come by in the summer months than in the fall and winter. But to stay healthy and ward off diseases, it’s important to include fruits and vegetables in your diet yearround. Here are some of the superstar fruits and vegetables of the fall and winter months.

PARENT’S CORNER

You can substitute canned sweet potatoes that have been drained and mashed instead of the pumpkin, if desired. Any remaining Pumpkin Apple Butter will keep in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, or you can freeze it in an airtight container for up to three months. It’s also delicious on bread, pancakes or waffles. If you’re pressed for time, a good quality, commercially made jar of apple butter mixed with 1/2 can of pumpkin puree also works well for this recipe. 4 (1/4-inch-thick) boneless pork chops 1 (14-ounce) can pumpkin puree 1/2 cup apple juice 1/4 cup water 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar, stevia or agave syrup 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg or cloves 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon poultry seasoning 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 cup pecans 1/2 cup Panko whole-wheat breadcrumbs 1 egg, beaten with 3 tablespoons of water 1/4 cup oil for frying

SCHOOL MENUS

Milk is included in all the menus. Menus are subject to changes

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN Thursday: A-Meatball sub, tri-tater, peas, mandarin oranges, B-Bacon cheeseburger pizza, C-Turkey & cheese sandwich, D-Chili Friday: A-Cheese pizza, baby carrots, Jello, fresh fruit, BHot beef sandwich, potatoes & gravy, C-Ham & cheese sub, DChicken pot pie soup Monday: A-French bread pepperoni pizza, Nacho chips, mixed vegs, applesauce, BCharger burger & fries, C-Turkey & cheese sub, D-Chicken dumpling soup Tuesday: A-Pulled pork on bun, tater gems, green beans, mandarin oranges, B-Sweet & sour chicken, rice, C-Roast beef sandwich, D-Potato & ham soup Wednesday: A-Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, pears, B-BBQ wings, rice, C-Cold cut sub, D-Chicken wild rice soup SIOUX FALLS LUTHERAN Thursday: Cheesy Noodles w/ Beef, Carrots, Pears Friday: BBQ Chicken Sandwich on WG Bun, Shredded Cheese, Gr. Beans, Peaches Monday: Pork Rib Patty on WG Bun, Mixed Vegetables, Pears Tuesday: Teriyaki Beef Dippers, Rice, Green Beans, Pine-

apple, Dinner Roll, Margarine Wednesday: Pizza Pocket, Green Beans, Peaches SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY Thursday: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Mixed Fruit, WG Dinner Roll Friday: WG Cheese Pizza, Tossed Salad, Diced Peaches Monday: Flame Broiled Chicken Patty on WG Bun, Taco Fiesta Beans, Mini Carrots with Dip, Mixed Fruit Tuesday: WG Corn Dog, Broccoli with Cheese, Fresh Fruit Wednesday: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Peas, Diced Peaches SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT SECONDARY Thursday: Chili, WG Fritos Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: BBQ Chicken on WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Monday: WG French Toast Sticks, Scrambled Eggs, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Tuesday: WG Corn Dog, Macaroni and Cheese, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: Chicken and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes Stuffing (HS), Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Sausage, Egg

& Cheese Biscuit, Apple Juice, Turkey, Ham & Swiss Panini, Steamed Peas, WG Chicken Patty on WG Bun, Sweet Potato Fries, Bagel Basket Friday: Big Daddy Pepperoni Pizza, Corn, Sliced Pears, BBQ Chicken on Whole Grain Bun, Onion Rings, Italian Dunkers w/ Sauce, Bagel Basket Monday: No School Tuesday: BBQ Mr. Rib on WG Bun, Seasoned Wedge Potato Fries, Steamed Broccoli, Mandarin Oranges, Lynx Chicken Bowl, WG Dinner Roll, All Beef Hot Dog with WG Bun, Bagel Basket Wednesday: Walking Tacos, Refried Beans, Mixed Fruit, Chicken Nuggets, Oven Baked French Fries, Hamburger on WG Bun, Bagel Basket LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: 12:30 Dismissal Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Two Smuckers Sandwiches, Veggie/Fruit Bar Friday: No School Monday: No School Tuesday: Taco Soup, Corn Chips, Taco Triangles, Pepperoni Hot Pocket, Garlic Broccoli Tossed Salad, Sliced Pears Wednesday: Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Cheeseburger, Bosco Sticks, French Fries, Green Beans, Sliced Peaches

Do you know anyone who is not receiving the Sioux Falls Shopping News? Tell them to go to our website anytime to get the entire paper online!

www.sfshoppingnews.com

Photograph by Depositphotos Apples: A traditional fall favorite, apples are easy to find in the supermarket, or you can pick your own at a nearby orchard. They’re a quick, easy snack and can be paired with peanut butter or cheese for protein. Apples contain antioxidants -- which may help protect against certain cancers and reduce levels of LDL, or bad cholesterol -- and are high in vitamin C, vitamin K and fiber. Broccoli: This is one vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked, hot or cold, by itself or with other foods. It can help prevent cancer and heart disease, and boost the immune system. Nutrients in broccoli include vitamins A, B-6, C and E, plus iron, calcium and magnesium. Green Beans: High in vitamin K, which protects red blood cells and helps reduce the severity of asthma, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, green beans also contain vitamin C, potassium, folate, iron and magnesium. Pumpkin: A great source of beta-carotene, a powerful antioxidant that is good for the eyes. It also contains potassium. Canned or prepared fresh pumpkin can be made into a variety of soups, baked goods and desserts. Spinach: Dark green veggies contain a variety of nutrients that a healthy body needs. Spinach is packed with vitamins A, K, C and E, iron, folate, magnesium, calcium, potassium and fiber. It also has antioxidants and anti-cancer agents. Frozen or fresh spinach can be added to just about any meal. Sweet Potatoes: They are loaded with beta-

20

1. Whisk together pumpkin puree, apple juice, water, brown sugar, stevia or agave syrup, nutmeg or cloves, ginger and cinnamon in a saucepan until smooth. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until the mixture has reached the consistency of applesauce, about 10 minutes. Set aside. 2. Meanwhile, sprinkle the pork chops with 1/2 tablespoon of the poultry seasoning, 1/2 teaspoon each of the salt and pepper, and the cayenne pepper. 3. Pulse pecans, breadcrumbs and the remaining 1/2 tablespoon of the poultry seasoning and remaining 1/2 teaspoon of the salt and pepper in a food processor until the pecans are finely chopped. Pour into a shallow dish. Dip the pork chops in the egg, shake off excess. Press the pork chops into the pecan mixture to coat on both sides. 4. Heat oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add breaded pork chops and cook until golden brown on both sides and cooked through, about 3 to 4 minutes per side. Remove and drain on a paper towel-lined plate. 5. Place 2 tablespoons of the pumpkin apple butter on each plate. Place the pork chops on the pumpkin butter. Serve with a side of steamed spinach, green beans or broccoli. Serves 4. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her website is www.divapro.com. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. © 2019 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

% OFF

F A M I LY

HAIR

SALON

www.costcutters.com CUT ..................................................... $14.95 PERM (All include Wash) KID’S CUT Short Hair ..................................... $50.95 (12 & Under)............................................ $12.95 Medium Hair ............................... $55.95 WASH (Shampoo & Conditioner) ......................... $5.00 Long Hair STYLE FINISH (Specialty Wraps Extra) ................ $70.95 & Up (Shampoo & Conditioner, Blow Dry, Curling Iron) ............................ $20.00 COLOR ..................................... $49.95 & Up

TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS West Park Plaza (12th & Kiwanis)

Shopko Plaza (4601 E. Arrowhead Pkwy)

M-F • 9-8 Sat. • 9-6 Sun. • 12-5

M-F • 9-8 Sat. • 9-6 Sun. • 12-5

335-3264

336-9792

Hair Color

With this coupon

F A M I LY H A I R S A L O N

2

Not valid with other offers. Good at Sioux Falls Cost Cutters. Expires 10/31/19

$ 00 OFF F A M I LY H A I R S A L O N

Any Haircut

With this coupon Not valid with other offers. Good at Sioux Falls Cost Cutters. Expires 10/31/19

FREE WEEK PASSES for Koko Fit Club (While supplies last) Passes available at Sioux Falls Shopping News Office 4005 S. Western Avenue


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 15

The Three Age Categories Are: 4 & Under / 5-8 / 9-12

COLORING CONTEST

NAME: AGE: ADDRESS: CITY: STATE:

ZIP:

PHONE: EMAIL:

Winners Receive Nothing Bundt Cakes Certificates Bring in your entries to the Sioux Falls Shopping News or mail to: Sioux Falls Shopping News, PO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184. Entries must be received by October 30, 2019. Winner will be announced in November 6, 2019, Shopping News Paper. Questions call 605-275-6373 or email sales@sfshoppingnews.com.

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH Just how safe is knee replacement? DEAR DR. ROACH: I am thinking of having a total knee replacement done, as recommended by my doctor. I have bone on bone in my knee. What is your opinion? A friend of a friend had one done three months ago and has had nothing but trouble. He has had two manipulations because he cannot bend past 95 degrees. He goes to physical therapy, but has seen no results. Does this happen often with knee replacement? How about stiffness? How long before a patient is as good as new? Would you recommend the surgery, and what percentage of patients have the issues he is having? -- Anon. ANSWER: Knee replacement (also called “total knee arthroplasty”) is one of the most effective surgeries performed, in terms of improving quality of life. Studies have shown that about 80% of people are satisfied with the outcome of their knee replacement. The

with

Keith Roach, M.D. reasons that the remainder are dissatisfied generally have to do with complications of surgery, including infection, nerve injury, instability and stiffness (the inability to properly flex the knee), which is the issue for your friend of a friend. Only about 5% of people have stiffness, according to a 2006 paper, and these mostly improved with manipulation, although some needed a second operation. It is important to recognize the limitations of the surgery. You are never going to be as good as new -- that is, as good

as before the arthritis in the knee developed. But most people are much better than where they started within three to six weeks of the surgery. Physical therapy after surgery is critical for success (but, as your friend shows, not a guarantee of success). My own patients’ experiences have been largely favorable. I have seen some bad complications, but most people are very satisfied, and the most common regret I hear is that they had not done the procedure earlier. Eighty to 90% of knee replacements are expected to last 15-20 years. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. (c) 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY * On Oct. 9, 1635, religious dissident Roger Williams is banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony by the General Court of Massachusetts. Williams had spoken out against the right of civil authorities to punish religious dissension. * On Oct. 13, 1775, the Continental Congress authorizes construction and administration of the first American naval force, the precursor to the United States Navy, which was established April 1798. * On Oct. 12, 1786, widower Thomas Jefferson composes a romantic and introspective love letter to a married woman named Maria Cosway, who he’d met in Paris earlier that year. Eventually Jefferson’s ardor cooled, and in 1789 he wrote more about his scientific studies than of his love and desire for her. The now-famous letter is known to historians as “A Dialogue between the Head and Heart.” * On Oct. 7, 1943, Rear Adm. Shigematsu Sakaibara, commander of the Japanese garrison on Wake Island, orders the execution of 96 Americans POWs, claiming they were trying

to make radio contact with U.S. forces. The cold-blooded executions remain one of the more brutal episodes of the war in the Pacific. * On Oct. 10, 1957, President Dwight Eisenhower offers his apologies to Ghana’s finance minister, Komla Agbeli Gbdemah, who was refused service at a restaurant in Dover, Delaware. It was one of the first of many such incidents in which African diplomats were confronted with racial segregation in the U.S. * On Oct. 11, 1962, Pope John XXIII convenes an ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church, the first in 92 years. The pope hoped to bring spiritual rebirth to Catholicism and cultivate greater unity with the other branches of Christianity. * On Oct. 8, 1970, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Russia’s best-known writer, wins the Nobel Prize for literature. The Soviet government demonstrated its displeasure over Solzhenitsyn’s writings by preventing him from personally accepting the prize. (c) 2019 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 16 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

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.

Baptism and the remission of sins “He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved” (Mark 16:16). The twelve apostles preached and practiced exactly this. When Peter’s hearers at Pentecost were convicted of their sins and asked: “Men and brethren, what shall we do” Peter did not tell them that Christ had died for their sins and that they could receive salvation as the gift of God’s grace, apart from religion or works. Rather he said: “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost” (Acts 2:38). Years ago, in a series of debates on dispensationalism, the author asked his opponent: “Suppose, after a Sunday evening service, some of your hearers were convicted of their sins and asked you and your coworkers: ‘Men and brethren, what shall we do?’ Would you tell them what Peter told his convicted sinners at Pentecost?” “Why, of course!” he exclaimed. “In those words?” I persisted. He thought for a moment and then replied: “Well, I guess not exactly in those words.” The fact is that this pastor would not at all have said to his hearers what Peter said to his. Even though a Baptist, he would not have said: “Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of sins,” for he believed that subjection to water baptism should be left to each person’s conscience, and he did not believe that it had anything to do with salvation. He would doubtless have said to any inquirers what Paul said when the convicted Gentile jailor asked: “What must I do to be saved?” Like Paul, he would have replied: “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.. .” (Acts 16:31). Peter at Pentecost preached what he was commanded to preach under his commission: “He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved” (Mark 16:16), but when God raised up Paul, that other apostle, He sent him to proclaim “the gospel of the grace of God” and the finished work of Christ. © 2019 Berean Bible Society

Milk thistle In the spring or fall, sprinkle milk thistle seeds directly over the soil. They should only take about two weeks to germinate. Since the milk thistle plant grows in clumps, it is recommendable to space the plant 12 to 15 inches apart. It should not be necessary to water milk thistle unless there are very extreme conditions of drought, as it is a very drought tolerant plant and prefers dry conditions. - B. Weaver

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Mistakes are opportunities to learn Q: I really struggle with my inadequacies as a mother. I try my best, but I never quite measure up to all the other moms who do everything right. I’m so afraid that my kids will be damaged in some way. Help! Jim: I’ve got some good news for you: There’s no such thing as a perfect family. That may not sound very encouraging, but I promise you that it is. Effective parenting can be tough on a good day. It’s nearly impossible if you think you have to do it perfectly. And that’s an easy trap to fall into. You might not even recognize all of the subtle ways you see imperfection in your home. Like the day you see the family across the street, and you think to yourself, “They sure look like they have it all together.” Or another day when you think you’re failing as a parent because the people you follow on social media all make parenting and marriage seem so easy. When everybody around you looks flawless, your own home life is much more likely to feel chaotic and fragmented. The truth is, we’re all flawed. No parent acts lovable all of the time. And every child misbehaves. The goal isn’t for our families to be perfect -- it’s for them to be as healthy and as happy as possible. So when you make a mistake, just remember it’s an opportunity to learn something. And when you’re open to learning, you’ll move one step closer every day to becoming the parent you hope to be. So let me encourage you with this: On

with

Jim Daly President

Focus on the Family days when your family doesn’t seem to be going the way you’d hoped, don’t think “perfection” -- think “connection.” Your children don’t need you to be perfect. They just need you to be present. Q: I married my soldier husband a year ago, and now he’s scheduled to deploy overseas for at least six months. How can we maintain a healthy marriage while we’re apart? Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: First of all, thanks to both of you for your service. Military deployment can be tough on couples, but if you’re proactive (and it sounds like you are), you can thrive through it. Remember that husbands and wives tend to handle stress differently. While there are exceptions, men often detach emotionally as a coping mechanism. Women are usually the opposite; their need

for emotional connection increases as the time for separation draws closer. These differences can lead to conflict -- or be a source of intimacy if couples will openly communicate about what they’re feeling. So talk with each other. Also, it’s easy to worry about the months ahead and lose touch with your spouse right here and now. The more good memories you create together before you’re separated, the less stressful your time apart will be. During the deployment, it’s critical to surround yourself with a supportive community -- through church, moms’ groups, other military families, etc. Establish connection with others for mutual encouragement and practical help. Naturally, communicate with your spouse as often as you can. Technology makes it easier than ever to stay in touch, so take advantage of it. But be careful. Never end a conversation in anger. And don’t try to resolve big problems that can wait. A frustrating situation will be twice as hard to manage when one of you is away. So try to stay positive. Keep your spouse updated on life at home, send care packages and keep family photos coming. Finally, take care of yourself physically, emotionally and spiritually. Your spouse will be relieved to know you’re doing well. We have plenty of tips and resources for military families at FocusOnTheFamily.com.

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 Here’s why Dear Dave, I’ve heard lots of different theories and recommendations when it comes to paying off debt. Why do you advise paying off debts from smallest to largest? Marlee Dear Marlee, A lot of people wonder the same thing when I bring up the debt snowball. Some think paying off the debt with highest interest rate first is the best approach. This may seem to make sense mathematically, but I realized a long time ago debt is not a mathematics problem—it’s a behavior problem. Personal finance is 80 percent behavior, and only 20 percent head knowledge. Besides, if all those people were

so great at math, they wouldn’t be up to their eyeballs in debt in the first place! The reason the debt snowball pays off debt from smallest to largest is that modifying

your behavior and providing inspiration to get out of debt is more important than the math. Your probability of becoming wealthy is more closely connected to your behavior than your financial “sophistication” or academic pedigree. When you pay off a small debt you experience success, and that gives you hope. Then, you move on the next debt. When you pay that one off, and you’ve wiped out two debts, it really energizes you. At that point you start to get excited, and you begin to believe in yourself and in the fact you’re actually on the road to becoming debt-free! — Dave

Dear Nathan, I love real estate, so I understand the allure. But what you’re telling me is you want to cash out part of your retirement, get hit with a penalty and take on debt, to buy an investment property. I wouldn’t do it. I’ve got a feeling you’ve never been a landlord before. Bringing in $1,400 and paying out $1,100 may seem like a good place to be, but you haven’t figured all the risk into your equation. Rental properties

just sit there empty sometimes. Other times you have renters who don’t pay, repairs, and people who just tear up things. In other words, you won’t be able to count on an easy $300 in your pocket every month. Like I said, I totally get your fascination with real estate. But my advice is to save up, and pay cash for one decent rental property to see if this game is really for you. —Dave

with

Dave Ramsey

It’s not easy money Dear Dave, I’m 35, and I’ve always wanted to own rental property. I think I’ve found a deal that would work for me. I want to take $20,000 out of my thrift savings account to use as a down payment on the property. I could rent the place for $1,400 a month, and my loan payment would be $1,100 a month. What do you think about this idea? Nathan

Source: www.herbazest.com 2019 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.

* 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.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 17 PLEASE NOTE: The Shopping News is a weekly publication, and there are a large amount of notices. Some notices may not appear before the services. Notices received AFTER the Friday before publication may NOT appear in current issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

More Obituaries can be found at: www.sfshoppingnews.com

Celebrating Lives. The monument Sioux Falls people. Monument Co. 4901 W. 12th St., Sioux Falls, SD 57106 339.3180 or 800.765.3364

Mark & Jennifer Ernste • siouxfallsmemorials.com

Michael Jay Coan Michael Jay Coan, age 64, passed away on August 7, 2019. Harlan Oscar Hagen Harlan Oscar Hagen, 88, died Tuesday, September 17, 2019. After a memorial with immediate family in Tucson, Harlan will be laid to rest in the Beresford City Cemetery next to his father Oscar Hagen and mother Ruth Hagen. Robert E. Koch Robert E. Koch, 84, passed away September 27, 2019. A private family service was held at Christ the King Church with burial at Mitchell, SD. www. heritagesfsd.com M. Joan Moxnes M. Joan Moxnes, 88, died on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. A memorial visitation celebrating her life was held on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Sioux Falls from 5-7 PM. In lieu of flowers, please direct memorial donations to the Good Samaritan Society Luther Manor Activities Department. A more complete obituary is available at www.georgeboom.com. Charles Alfred "Chuck" Nelson Charles Alfred "Chuck" Nelson passed away on September 19, 2019. A memorial service was held Thursday, Sept. 26, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Stillwater, MN. Arrangements with Bradshaw Funeral and Cremation Services, 651-4395511. Justin Uhe Justin Uhe, 79, passed away on Friday, September 27, 2019. The family requests that memorials be directed to LifeScape or to Good News Church. Visitation with the family present was from 5 to 7 PM on Monday, September 30, 2018, at Downtown Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Avenue. A memorial service was held at 11:30 AM on Tuesday, October 1, 2019, at Good News Church, 1800 South Valley View Road. Ben M. White Ben M. White, 44, died, Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Funeral services were at 7:00 PM, Sunday, October 6, 2019, at the Sioux Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church (7100 E 26th St.) with visitation at 5:00 PM. Interment was at 9:00 AM, Monday, October 7, 2019 at Forrest Hill Cemetery in Canton. Full obit at www.heartlandfunerals.com.

Anna McInroy Anna McInroy, 78, passed away Monday, September 30, 2019. Celebration of Her Life Graveside Service was at 3:00 PM, Friday, October 4, 2019, at Hills of Rest Cemetery in Sioux Falls. Additional obituary and online guestbook are available at www.georgeboom.com August "Gus" Rysavy August "Gus" Rysavy, 86, died on Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019. Visitation was at 5 PM on Friday, October 4, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Sioux Falls with liturgical wake service at 7 PM. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10 AM on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the Church of St. Mary in Sioux Falls. Please direct memorials to Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools. A more complete obituary is available at www.georgeboom.com. Donald Eugene Jensen Donald Eugene Jensen, 82, passed away on October 2, 2019. There was a gathering to celebrate Don's life from 2-4 PM on Saturday, October 5 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Sioux Falls, with a time of sharing stories at 3 PM. There will be a private burial at a later date. www.georgeboom.com LeMar Doyle Bonnema Van Heuveln LeMar Doyle Bonnema Van Heuveln, 75, passed away Friday, September 27, 2019. A celebration of life was held 1:00-4:00 PM Sunday, October 6, 2019 at Prairie View Event Hall, 27091 Kerslake Place, Tea. A service was held at 2:00PM. www.heritagesfsd.com Martha Evenson Martha Johanna Evenson, age 93, passed away on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM Saturday, October 5, 2019, at Zion Lutheran Church in Garretson. Interment was in the St. Paul Cemetery, rural Garretson. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00 PM Friday, October 4, 2019 at the Minnehaha Funeral Home, Garretson. www.minnehahafuneralhome.com Mark John Kappenman Mark Kappenman passed away on September 27, 2019. Visitation with family present was Friday, October 4, 6:00 PM at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Montrose. Mass of Christian Burial was Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 10:30 AM at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Montrose. barnett-lewis.com

Donald Pearson Donald G. Pearson, age 91, died September 30, 2019. Funeral Services were held at 10:30 AM Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. The family was present 5-7PM Friday, October 4, 2019 at Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. www.millerfh.com Sophie Miller Sophie Miller, 96, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Friday, October 4, 2019 at Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home, Lennox. Visitation, with the family present, was 5-7 PM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Dindot-Klusmann. dindotklusmann.com Donald Bakker Donald Bakker, 83, passed away Saturday, September 28, 2019. A celebration of life was at 5:00 PM Saturday, October 5, 2019 at First Evangelical Free Church. www.heritagesfsd.com Judy Claudette Sunderland Judy Claudette Sunderland, 79, passed away September 28, 2019. Visitation was 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home with wake service at 6:00 PM. Mass of Christian burial was at 10:30 AM Friday, October 4, 2019 at St. Katherine Drexel Catholic Church, Sioux Falls. www.heritagesfsd.com Bonney M. Bork Bonney M. Bork, 93, passed away Monday, September 30, 2019. Visitation was from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Thursday, October 3, 2019, at Rude's Funeral Home in Brookings with a Liturgical Wake service at 6:30 PM. A private family graveside service will be held at a later date. www.rudesfuneralhome.com Coletta (Lottie) Brandner Coletta (Lottie) Brandner passed away on September 30, 2019. Viewing and Wake were at 9:30 AM Friday, October 4, 2019 with the Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM at St. Michael Catholic Church, 1600 S. Marion Road in Sioux Falls. Interment was at St. Thomas Cemetery, DeSmet, at 3PM. millerfh.com Patsy Flansburg Patsy Flansburg passed away on September 30, 2019. Visitation was at St. John American Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 PM. Funeral services were on Friday, October 4, 2019 at 10:00 AM at St. John American Lutheran Church with burial at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. www. heritagesfsd.com Mary Franey Mary Franey, 97, died Sunday, September 29, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Monday, October 7, 2019 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Mitchell. Burial was at American Legion Cemetery in Mitchell. Visitation was 3-5PM Sunday, October 6, 2019 at Bittner Funeral Chapel in Mitchell. bittnerfunerlchapel.com

Judy Freeman Judy Freeman, 53, passed away on September 24, 2019. Visitation was 5:00-8:00 PM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the Cowboy Way Church with a Prayer Service at 7:30 PM. hofmeisterjones.com Ruth Lundblade Ruth Lundblade, 80, died Sunday, Sept 29, 2019. No services are planned at this time. Arrangements by Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home. hofmeisterjones.com Gary Petterson Gary Petterson, 73, died Saturday, September 28, 2019. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM, Friday, October 4, 2019, at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory. Celebration of life was held at the funeral home, with family present from 5:007:00 PM. Interment was in Canton Lutheran Cemetery in rural Canton. www.georgeboom.com Doyle Toering Doyle Toering, 42, died Sunday, September 29, 2019. Funeral services were at 1:30 PM, Friday, October 4, 2019, at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present to greet friends was 5:00-7:00PM, Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the funeral home. www.georgeboom.com

Marjorie Buseman Marjorie Anne Buseman, 86, passed away on September 28, 2019. Visitation was at Trinity Baptist Church on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 4:006:00 PM. Private family burial was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery prior to Marjorie's funeral on Friday, October 4, 2019. Funeral service for Marjorie was at Trinity Baptist at 3:00 PM on Friday, October 4, 2019. www. heritagesfsd.com Roger Lee Castle Roger Lee Castle, 83, passed away Sunday, September 29, 2019. Visitation with family present to greet friends was from 5:00-7:00 PM Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home. A celebration of life service was held at 11:00 AM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at East Side Lutheran Church. www.heritagesfsd.com Arden "Flip" Fjellanger Arden P. "Flip" Fjellanger, 84, passed away on Saturday, September 28, 2019. His funeral service was at 10:30 AM Friday, October 4, 2019 at First Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5 PM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls, where the family was present 5-7 PM. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com.

Dale Long Dale D. Long, age 85, passed away on Monday, September 30, 2019. Visitation with the family present was on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a Prayer Service at 7:00 PM. Burial was on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 10:30 AM at Woodlawn Cemetery. www.heritagesfsd.com Marsha R. Oppold Marsha R. Oppold, 72, passed away on Sunday, September 29, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:00 AM Thursday, October 3, 2019 at St. Michael Catholic Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5:00 PM Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St., family present 5-7 PM with Wake and Rosary at 7 PM. www.georgeboom.com Francis Nolz Francis Nolz, 73, died Friday, September 27, 2019. Funeral Mass was at 10:30 AM Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at St. Michael Parish in Sioux Falls. Visitation was 5:00-7:00 PM Tuesday, October 1, 2019 with wake service at 7:00 PM at Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St, Sioux Falls. Interment was at 2:00 PM Wednesday, October 1, 2019 at Calvary Cemetery in Mitchell. www.millerfh.com

Three Benefits

to advanced funeral planning

- Relieve the emotional burden from your family - Express your own wishes - Remove the financial responsibility from your family Everything else you don’t think about

Heritage FUNERAL HOME

“Our Heritage is Service.”

DARIN CORCORAN Funeral Director

MATTHEW PEPPER Funeral Director

DARRELL SCHROEDER Pre-Planning Specialist

4800 S. Minnesota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57108

605-334-9640


Check Out The Shopping News On The Web At www.siouxfallsshoppingnews.com

Page 18 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

ATLAS TREE SERVICE

• TREE TRIMMING AND REMOVAL • STUMP REMOVAL LICENSED & INSURED

605-201-5356

STS

TREE SERVICE

• Tree or Shrub Trimming or Removal • Stump Removal • Licensed & Insured • 55’ Aerial Equipment

EMERALD ASH BORER TREATMENT CERTIFIED 605.359.9599 www.ststree.com EMERGENCY 24 HOUR SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES

Fully Licensed & Insured

Estimates Are ALWAYS Free

SU

Tree Trimming & Removal • Emerald Ash Borer Treatment • Tree Planting • Arborist & Certified Chemical Applicator • Stump Removal & Black Dirt • Family Owned & Operated

Troy Winkel Ashton, IA

605.940.9694

DELIVERING THE SHOPPING NEWS is a great way for young people to learn responsibility. Call 940-4914 or 275-6372 today!

“AAA Handyman Service” Decks~Doors, Fencing~Flooring, Garages~Kitchens, Remodeling~Roofing, Sheds~Siding~Windows, Bonded~Insured~Licensed Dan~605-728-4690 www.sfshoppingnews.com

“BAKER’S” “HANDYMAN SERVICE” “LLC” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ •Licensed•Insured•Bonded Free Estimates

Call Jeff (605)359-7955

“GUTTERS CLEANED” Miscellaneous Hauling Trees Trimmed & Removed. Darrell (605)360-6157.

**CONCRETE CONCRETE** •Foundation Repair •DrainTiling •Waterproofing •Driveways, Sidewalks •Retaining Walls •Stuccoing •Block Work 35+ Years Experience References Licensed ~Bonded~ Insured 605-360-6985 The Shopping News Sells!

COUPON

CHECK & ADJUST

29

Service all makes and models!

UP TO

300

OFF

$

LIMITED TIME OFFER

GET ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EFFICIENT WATER CONDITIONERS!

$

Culligan® Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System filters out chlorine and impurities that water may pick up on its way to your home. You get bottled water quality at your sink and through your refrigerator for only pennies per glass. A Culligan® Water System can put an end to your water problems while saving you on monthly bills and cleaning time. Bottom line: Your water should be cleaning your home, not cleaning out your wallet.

www.siouxfallsculligan.com

Any Make or Model

Offer expires 10-31-19. Dealer participation varies. Includes: Set Timer, Clean Screen, Adjust Salt Setting, Check Regeneration Cycle, Test Water

COUPON

SIOUX FALLS 336-2165

It makes your other high efficiency appliances work better plus saves up to 46% in operating costs and energy.

95

CULLIGAN SALT ®

5 Bags of Salt

27

$

50

Offer expires 10-31-19. Dealer participation varies. Not valid with any other offer.

40 Lbs. Bags Pick Up Only

12 BOTTOM OF BIRD CAGES 11 SEWING PATTERNS 10 BIODEGRADABLE WEED CONTROL

uses for

NEWSPAPER END ROLLS LUCKY FOR YOU...

9

COVER PICNIC TABLES

8

LIFETIME SUPPLY OF GIFT WRAP (DECORATE IT)

7

PAPER TRAIN YOUR PUPPY

6

GIANT KIDS’ COLORING SHEETS

5

WRAP A BOATLOAD OF FISH

4

PAINTING DROP CLOTH

3

CREATE A 15’ BIRTHDAY BANNER

2

WRAP UP BREAKABLES WHEN MOVING

1

WASH WINDOWS

END ROLLS ARE AVAILABLE (STARTING AT ONLY $5) AT THE SIOUX FALLS SHOPPING NEWS FOR ALL OF THESE USES AND MORE! CALL JACQUI FOR MORE INFORMATION, 605-339-3633 - OR JUST STOP BY!

A&M Landscaping & Handyman Services, LLC Licensed & Insured. •Schedule Your Fall Clean Ups •Commercial & Residential Snow Removal

Check Out Our Facebook Page! 605-359-8965

BENSON’S PAINTING •Water Restoration •Interior & Exterior •Ceiling Repair •Sheetrock Repair •Wallpapering •Ceiling Texturing And Removal •Insured (605)360-5945 Bonz Boys Lawn And Snow! Weekly Or Biweekly Mowing, Tree Trimming, Weed Control, Fall Cleanup And Snow Removal All At An Affordable Cost Call 605-215-2908 Or 605-929-8267 Cheap Painting Free Estimates Interior & Exterior Painting Also Will Do Radon Level Testing Call: 605-299-6593

Sioux Falls Sprinklers • Installation • Service • Hydroseeding • Bonded & Insured 605-251-2079 DeNEUI CONSTRUCTION

**************************** All Types Of Concrete Work •25+ Years Experience •Bonded •Insured •Free Estimates

Cell: (605)366-5502

Alex’s Tree Service • Tree Removal & Trimming • Bush Trim • Snow Removal • Stump Removal • Firewood • Licensed & Insured

In Business Since 2002 FREE ESTIMATES

728-2818 (605) 521-8658 For Sale 4X4 Pallets Excellent Condition $4 Each Must Purchase Minimum Of 15 Contact Troy: 605-940-4915 FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Shop the Grocery stores that advertise in the Shopping News. They bring their ads to you FREE of charge.

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

Neuman’s Roofing & Construction 39 Years’ Experience! •Garages •Remodeling •Windows •Siding •Concrete •Decks John Neuman 605-941-6375 www.sfshoppingnews.com

THILL’S CARPENTRY No repair too small

605-728-1972 WORK WANTED: Carpentry • Painting Tree Trimming • Decks Hauling • Gutters Windows • Doors

For Sale 2019 Electric Lawn Mower Good For Small Areas and Trimming. $75 Call 605-359-8042

TREE STUMP REMOVAL ~~Free Estimates~~ ~~Experienced~~

Kelly Sward 605-360-0700

“AAA Handyman Service” Decks~Doors, Fencing~Flooring, Garages~Kitchens, Remodeling~Roofing, Sheds~Siding~Windows, Bonded~Insured~Licensed Dan~605-728-4690

“BAKER’S” “HANDYMAN SERVICE” “LLC” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ •Licensed•Insured•Bonded Free Estimates

Call Jeff (605)359-7955

“GUTTERS CLEANED” Miscellaneous Hauling Trees Trimmed & Removed. Darrell (605)360-6157.


Check Out The Shopping News On The Web At www.siouxfallsshoppingnews.com Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019 • Page 19

Several Mobile Homes For Sale Ranging from $2,000 up to $10,000 Some Need a Little TLC Call 605-941-5830

Looking For A Buyer For 2 Investment Houses East Side Call 605-660-9880

Dakotaland Homes

FOR SALE

A&M

SELF STORAGE

Space For Lease

• 3 bedroom • 2 bath Contract for Deed Several Homes Available!

1,920 Sq. Ft. 1,120 Sq. Ft.

FOR RENT •Sleeping Room• $350/Mo •2 Bedroom• $650/Mo ($650 Deposit) + Lights No Pets 605-321-4006 605-336-6227

www.Dakotalandhomes.com

I-29 & Tea Exit 605-368-2813

ROOM FOR RENT $350 a MONTH $100 Deposit **WI-FI & CABLE** 527 N. French Ave. Call Chris 605-940-4112

***Storage Units*** Renner/Crooks

Call 605-335-8122

★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ heat, water, cable ★ ★ provided, clean, ★ ★ ★ no smoking, ★ no pets, parking, ★ ★ controlled access ★ ★ ★ ★ $520 per month ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★

1 Bedroom

336-8811

Exit Off I-29 (NE Corner) 10’x10’, 10’x20’, 10’x25’ 14’x50’ Units ALSO RV STORAGE Climate Controlled Units. Facility Is Fenced, Lighted With Security Gate. www.rennerstorage.com (605)359-6085 ~Love My Storage~ Easy Self Storage!! Four Sizes From 15 To 40 Feet Gated - Video •3 - Month Half - Price Special: New Leases• Mention Code: Shoppers Lovemystorage.com or (605)-261-2233 The Shopping News has a 24 hour mail slot in the door.

Professional Seeking Quality Roommate *Private Bedroom & Bath *$435 + Deposit *Heat Paid *1/2 Cable, Electric & WIFI *Upscale SE Sioux Falls Neighborhood *Indoor/Outdoor Pool *Laundry Room *Quiet Building 605-361-8384 Rooms For Rent $100-$150 Weekly $400-$500 Monthly Multiple Locations All Utilities Paid INTERNET & SATELLITE TV Washer/Dryer On Site 605-359-3250

R&R SELF STORAGE

$ 11x30• 10x25 73/month 11x30 • 10x20 $ 10x25 10x10 $•63/month 5x10

58/month 10x20 $ 42/month 10x10 $ FREE with 32/month 5x10 Month

Outside Storage We Have 8’x20’, 8’x40’ Storage Containers For Sale Or Rent. Can Rent On Our Lot Or Have Delivered To Your Location. HDC Storage Hartford, SD For More Information Call John 605-351-5760 Clint 605-310-6653

CHECK OUT our

NEW COUPON WEBSITE! Your destination for local coupons & deals!

• Browse Deals • Print Coupons • Save Money

Several Mobile Homes For Sale Ranging from $2,000 up to $10,000 Some Need a Little TLC Call 605-941-5830

FREE COFFEE

FREE SHUTTLE

FOR RENT •Sleeping Room• $350/Mo •2 Bedroom• $650/Mo ($650 Deposit) + Lights No Pets 605-321-4006 605-336-6227 ROOM FOR RENT $350 a MONTH $100 Deposit **WI-FI & CABLE** 527 N. French Ave. Call Chris 605-940-4112

Rudolph’s SHOE MART

Cleaning ServiCe

FreeSFcoupons.com

IT’S NOT TO0 LATE -- WE’VE BEEN WORKING ON CLAIMS FROM 2013 TO THIS YEAR!

UP TO $ 250

Hartford, SD

LOCAL FOR OVER 25 YEARS!

VISA GIFT CARD

ATTENTION HOME AND BUSINESS OWNERS... We work with residential and commercial. Shingles and flat roofs.

Tea Exit •30X64 $850 Office, Bathroom, Heated & AC Call 605-941-1350

FREE WI-FI

WHEN YOU NEED TIRES

Was your property damaged in the recent Hail, Wind or Tornado storms? We can help. We have experienced professionals that can help you fully recover from your storm damage and help get your property restored to better then pre-loss conditions.

Shop For Rent

www.TMAsiouxfalls.com

www.TMAsiouxfalls.com

12 Month Contract (605) 351-2623 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.

This Month’s Coupons Include:

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL US TODAY AT

605-212-0227

FOR THE FIRST 30 CUSTOMERS WHO GET A FULL ROOF REPLACEMENT! *ASK ABOUT OUR VETERANS DISCOUNT! CALL FOR DETAILS EXPIRES 10-31-19

Veteran & Woman Owned Experienced Professionals Licensed, Bonded & Insured

CALL TO GET YOUR FREE STORM DAMAGE INSPECTION TODAY! DAKOTAROOFCLAIMS.COM


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 20 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • October 9, 2019

PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 9-12, 2019 ONLY

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

YOPLAIT

USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF

Premium Yogurts

Rump Roast

2

RED OR GREEN

Seedless Grapes

4-6 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

$ 99

49

lb.

1

¢

$ 49 lb.

GRADE ‘A’ BONELESS

Skinless Chicken Breast

2

BEST CHOICE

#1 Russet Potatoes

$ 49 lb.

CREAMETTE

Baby Pack Pork Ribs

Pasta Sauce

12-16 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES EXCLUDES LASAGNA & EGG NOODLES

99

lb.

USDA INSPECTED BONELESS

Center Cut Pork Chops

16-24 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

1

$ 99

¢

OLD ORCHARD

CRYSTAL FARMS

Apple Cocktail Blends

Shreds or Chunk Cheeses

$ 49

64 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

6-8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

1

2/$

$ 88

lb.

lb.

RAGU

Pasta

$ 49

2

49

2

¢

$ 99

USDA INSPECTED

3

Green Cabbage

10 LB. BAG

3

USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF

Ribeye Steaks

9

PROGRESSO

$ 99

3

3

Bath Tissue

OR BOUNTY ESSENTIALS 6 roll

Paper Towels

$ 99 lb.

SUNSHINE’S OWN BUTCHER FRESH

80% Lean Ground Beef FAMILY PACK

2

$ 99

16.5 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

99¢

2/$

CHARMIN ESSENTIALS 12 roll

Bottom Round Steak

Cake Mixes

18-19 OZ. SELECT VARIETIES

lb.

USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF

BEST CHOICE

Soups

SALE PRICE: :

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

5 - 1 $ 88 4 $ 88 $ 00

DIGITAL DEALS OF THE WEEK

Heavy Duty Paper Plates 9” 80 ct.

BEST CHOICE

DOWNLOAD OUR NEW SUNSHINE FOODS APP & GET A FREE ITEM!

SALE PRICE: :

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

LIMIT 2 EACH

KIT & KABOODLE 16 lb. bag

Cat Food

Coke Product or Dasani Water 6 pk. 16.9 oz. btls.

BIRDSEYE 21 oz. select varieties

Voila Entrees

2 - 1 $ 99 1 $ 99 $ 00

LIMIT 1 EACH

BEST CHOICE 10.5-10.75 oz.

Condensed Soups Tomato or Chicken Noodle

lb.

HORMEL MARINATED

Pork Loin Fillets 1.5 LB. PKG.

4

$ 49

:

DIGITAL COUPON FINAL PRICE:

1$09090 - 1 $ 99 9

$

SALE PRICE:

LIMIT 1 EACH

SALE PRICE: :

DIGITAL COUPON IONAL WITH ADDIT SE $10 PURCHA

FINAL PRICE:

11 - 2 4/$9 4/$ $ 00

LIMIT 2 USES

SALE PRICE: :

DIGITAL COUPON IONAL WITH ADDIT SE $10 PURCHA

FINAL PRICE:

3 -1 $ 99 2

$ 99 00

LIMIT 1 EACH

SALE PRICE:

99¢ -.99 FREE

:

DIGITAL COUPON

IONAL WITH ADDIT SE $10 PURCHA

FINAL PRICE:

LIMIT 1 EACH

LOOK FOR OUR BIG 2 DAY AD THURSDAY OCT 10TH - FRIDAY OCT 11TH AT SUNSHINEFOODSTORES.COM

Profile for sfsnmedia

Sioux Falls Shopping News 10-09-19  

Sioux Falls Shopping News 10-09-19  

Profile for sfsnmedia