2011 Gift Guide

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VITAME VAS! Vitame Vas means “welcome” in the Czech community where I grew up. We still celebrate the foods and clothes and art of my ancestors’ Old Country. But now, South Dakota is my family’s homeland and I’m proud of the great products we have right here. That’s why we publish this annual holiday gift guide — to show off the wonders of our friends and neighbors across the state. Dekuji. Barb Cwach Hanson Advertising Director


Call for pricing in bronze.

from Deborah Casey

Deborah Casey’s artistic style varies from abstract to stunningly realistic. The Movement Relief Series (above) is truly a unique look at form and motion. Each piece is 13" x 15" and is available in winterstone or crushed stone composite. Her new series “Little Women” depicts women in emotional moments, such as “Cowgirl Attitude” shown at right. Deborah Casey: PO Box 469, Hill City, SD 57745; (605) 574-2145; www.deborahcasey.com

Circles, Lines Demented Times Opposing Opinion Van Gogh’s Starry Night in 3D Center of the Discussion Cowgirl Attitude (9")

$400 $400 $500 $400 $400 3

TEE PEES FOR CHILDREN from M&J’s Originals

Looking for a great gift for the kids or grandkids in your life? Tee pees from M&J’s Originals connects kids with the outdoors and our nation’s early heritage. Built with heavy cotton duck, each tee pee is hand painted with beautiful designs incorporating Native American symbols and features. Sturdily built with six supporting poles, they are also simple to set up and collapsible for easy transportation. Tee pees measure 6 feet on the slant and 80" across the bottom. Credit cards welcome. M&J’s Originals: 904 S. Kiwanis Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57104; (605) 338-4069; teepeemarg@aol.com; www.mjoriginals.net Tee Pee, $69


Lakota Designs is a premier apparel company with a unique line of clothing featuring authentic depictions of Plains Indian art. Close attention is paid to all areas of production, guaranteeing that only the highest quality products leave their facility. Glimmer of Hope Tipis-N-Horses Keeping the Faith

$24 $24 $24

Lakota Designs does more than sell apparel ­— their priority is to promote Plains Indian culture. Each garment is a clear representation of a culture rich in tradition, colorful in its complexity and courageous in its statements. Lakota Designs: 705 E. Watertown St., Rapid City, SD 57701; (605) 341-7900; www.lakotadesigns.com Four Directions Turtle Drum


$25 $25


from Studio 66 Custom Design Stained Glass

Self-taught artist Jerry De Wald creates beautiful glass art for churches, homes and businesses. After his retirement from the Navy, the De Walds returned to South Dakota and created a home studio. Call for repairs, restoration, custom design or classroom instructions. By appointment. Studio 66 Custom Design Stained Glass: 1166 Skyline Dr., Watertown, SD 57201; (605) 886-6767; studio-66@earthlink.net; www.stainedglasscustomdesign.com Custom Stained Glass (per sq. foot) starts at $105

Dichroic Pendant Earrings Heart on Charm Chain

$45 $25 $40

FUSED GLASS CREATIONS from Prairie Fire Flies速

Judie De Wald designs classic fused glass jewelry and home decor which are hand-cut, chipped, and kilnfired one-of-a-kind creations and a complete line of photo memory products. Call Studio 66 to make an appointment for a personal shopping experience or Fab Fun Fusing sessions. Prairie Fire Flies: prairiefireflies@earthlink.net; www.prairiefireflies.com Floral Scene (4" x 5") Floral Scene (6" x 6")

Photo Pendant Variegated Black Pendant Heart on Beaded Chain Bracelets

$35 $45

$25 $35 $50 $40


Old World craftsmanship from musicians who care. Bow work for all violin, viola, cello and bass stringed instruments. Bow rehairs start at $28 plus shipping. See their website for restoration prices. Con Brio Studio: PO Box 145, Fulton, SD 57340; (605) 770-0767; (605) 999-8660; bowsconbrio@santel.net; www.conbriostudio.com Rosin, $10 5

MY GRANDPA’S WAR from David Volk

When author David Volk graduated from college in 1969, he expected to find himself in a classroom as a teacher. Instead, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and soon landed in Vietnam, where he served as a combat photographer with the 101st Airborne. After his war service, he was elected State Treasurer, the youngest in South Dakota history. After a long political career, Volk has taken up writing. My Grandpa’s War tells the fictional story of Vietnam through the eyes of Mae, a young girl whose grandpa suffers from lingering war injuries. Readers will learn about the tumultuous war period and its lasting impact on soldiers and their families. David Volk: 2904 W. 33rd #321, Sioux Falls, SD 57105; (605) 360-9578; www.mygrandpaswar.com My Grandpa’s War, $10


from David Volk & Mark Meierhenry

David Volk and Mark Meierhenry have co-authored three children’s books — Mystery of the Round Rocks, Mystery of the Tree Rings and the latest, Mystery of the Maize. www.sdkidsbooks.com


from David Volk

Draftee: A High School Teacher Goes to War is David Volk’s heart-warming story of his experiences as a correspondent and combat photographer in Vietnam. www.drafteegoestowar.com Mystery of the Round Rocks Mystery of the Tree Rings Mystery of the Maize

Draftee, $12.99

$13.95 $13.95 $13.95

HOLIDAY WREATHS & SWAGS from Tannenbaum Tree Farm

Capture the fragrance of Christmas. Choose from a large variety of fresh wreaths and door swags, handmade at their farm. Wreaths start at $20 plus shipping. Nationwide shipping available. Tannenbaum Tree Farm: 27628 468th Ave., Lennox, SD 57039; (605) 647-9414; (605) 366-6425 Larger sizes available! 6

Swags (24") Wreath (20")

$10 $20

Rifles are available for pick-up or can be shipped to your local dealer.


Heritage rifles offered only for South Dakota! Vic Carter has teamed with Browning Arms to design two different calibers, in a run of 100 rifles each, for people who love South Dakota. Both are classic Browning Lever-Actions with a fast handling straight-grip stock. From varmints to deer, these BLRs remain the first choice of those who favor the lever-action. Calibers include the .257 Roberts (on hand) and .222 Rem (taking 50% deposits, available in December 2011.) Reserve a number (one through 100) for your family; years from now it will be a family heirloom. Kones Korner: 18299 US Hwy 81, Castlewood, SD 57233; (605) 793-2263; www.koneskorner.com .257 Roberts .222 Remington

$850 $850


from the Old Courthouse Museum Store

A beautiful series of ornaments depicting historic buildings of Sioux Falls! These threedimensional, 24-karat gold finished ornaments represent everything you know and love about Sioux Falls’ first courthouse and the home of South Dakota’s first U.S. Senator Richard Pettigrew, which are both on the National Register of Historic Places. Collect these and a variety of other holiday ornaments. Old Courthouse Museum Store: 200 W. Sixth St., Sioux Falls, SD 57104; (605) 367-4210; www.siouxlandmuseums.com Ornament (each), $16.95


BUFFALO FURNITURE from Dakota Bison Furniture

The Stone family has been making furniture in the mountains of South Dakota for three generations. Greg Stone and his staff have developed comfortable chairs, loveseats and sofas wrapped in genuine buffalo leather and handcrafted with top quality construction. Mother Nature has her hand in making each unique piece of buffalo leather. Mention you saw Dakota Bison Furniture in South Dakota Magazine for a 10 percent discount through 2011. Dakota Bison Furniture: 2511 W. Chicago St., Rapid City, SD 57702; (605) 342-2202; www.dakotabisonfurniture.com Pillow Back Chair Seamed Club Chair & Ottoman Diamond Square Arm Loveseat Diamond Tufted Camel Back Chair


$2618 $2853 $3100 $2138

TEXAS STAR BARSTOOL from Innovative Fabricators, Inc.

One-of-a-kind bar stools feature laser cut designs in backrest. One hundred percent genuine bison hide covers the swivel seat and is woven through the backrest. Stools can be customized — choose your height, chair back design and accent options. Barstool, $350

A wide range of custom work is also available.


from Innovative Fabricators, Inc.

This rearing horse wall art is an original design by Innovative Fabricators. Laser cut with beautiful detail in the mane and tail and a brown textured finish. Made of 1/8" aluminum, it is lightweight and strong. Stand-off mounting brackets allow it to hang away from the wall. Custom sizing and colors available. Innovative Fabricators, Inc.: PO Box 166, Watertown, SD 57201; (605) 886-7717; www.innovativefab.com Rearing Horse 48" tall, $299


from Heartland Hand-Crafted Rugs

Beautiful but rugged enough to use. Helen Thullner and Darlene Bates of Herreid, a little town in northern South Dakota, design and loom these beautiful throw rugs. They use recycled denim, cotton, polyester, T-shirts, sweat shirts or new fabric to produce rugs up to 36" wide. Lengths vary by fabric type and color. Custom orders welcome. Heartland Hand-Crafted Rugs: 10589 US Hwy 83, Herreid, SD 57632; (605) 437-2620; hrthullner@valleytel.net Rugs start at $30

Want a custom rug? Call or email to place your order.


Stop by the Sticks Furniture trunk show, Nov. 25 & 26.

STICKS FURNITURE from Prairie Edge

Prairie Edge features furniture, glassware, pottery, Pendleton blankets, star quilts, jewelry, clothing, original artwork, furs and so much more. Sticks Furniture (pictured) has received national acclaim for their distinctive line of furniture, accessories and object art. Come participate in Prairie Edge’s Sticks Furniture trunk show, Nov. 25 and 26. Prairie Edge is open year-round, seven days a week. Learn about the region’s culture and discover one-ofa-kind gifts created and crafted here on the Northern Plains. Prairie Edge: 606 Main St., Rapid City, SD 57701; (800) 541-2388; www.prairieedge.com Table & 4 Chairs Dresser & Mirror Desk & Chair


$6,160 $8,900 $2,805

Cedar Pass

from Sioux Pottery

The Paha Sapa (Black Hills) provided shelter, food and sustenance for the Indian tribes of the Great Sioux Nation, and continues to yield the red clay used in making Sioux Pottery. Each piece is designed and handcrafted by Sioux Indian artists, and each item is carefully hand-selected, individually wrapped and shipped directly to you. Sioux Pottery, established in 1958, makes wonderful, unique gifts and is great for Native American home decor. Sioux Pottery: 1441 E. St. Joseph St., Rapid City, SD 57701; (800) 657-4366; www.SiouxPottery.com; sales@siouxpottery.com Cedar Pass Barrel Vase Cedar Pass Wedding Vase Cedar Pass Bud Vase Cedar Pass Coffee Mug Lakota Fire Bullet Vase Lakota Fire Yard Vase Lakota Fire Fat Belly Vase Lakota Fire Funnel Vase Lakota Fire Bud Vase Harvest Vase Elaborate 10

$19 $34 $19 $23 $26 $86 $15 $26 $15 $127

Harvest Vase

Lakota Fire


Looking for a stunning statement piece for your home or office? The stylized imagery hand-painted on this skull is representative of the Native American warbonnet headdress viewed from behind. Black and white colors symbolize the eagle feathers used in the construction of warbonnets. In Native American art, this design was typically accompanied by other drawings to make a war record of one’s exploits in battle. Buffalo fur and leather wraps are attached to each horn base, and the horn covers are polished. More designs available at www.prairieedge.com. Buffalo Skull, $380


Exploring with Custer hard cover soft cover Crossing the Plains with Custer hard cover soft cover The Black Hills Yesterday & Today hard cover

$75 $35 $75 $45 $65

The history of the Black Hills comes to life in beautiful books by Paul Horsted, Ernest Grafe and Jon Nelson. The classic Exploring with Custer: The 1874 Black Hills Expedition traces Custer’s route through the Hills and features the first photographs ever taken here. Follow the explorers’ 300-mile wagon trail in a companion volume, Crossing the Plains with Custer. Or settle back with a portfolio of “then and now” photographs in the large-format book The Black Hills Yesterday & Today. View samples and order online, or call us for personal service. All books are signed by Paul Horsted, with FREE shipping for a limited time (U.S. only; contact us for international shipments). S.D. residents please add 4% sales tax. Paul Horsted: Golden Valley Press; 24905 Mica Ridge Rd., Custer, SD 57730; (605) 673-3685; horsted@dakotaphoto.com; www.dakotaphoto.com 11

LIFE ON THE FARM & RANCH from South Dakota Humanities Council

“Snuggle up with a cup of hot cocoa to enjoy these homespun tales of everyday rural life in South Dakota, told by ordinary folks who have lived them.” — Linda Hasselstrom, author, No Place Like Home & others. Life on the Farm & Ranch is the latest in the South Dakota Humanities Council’s series of books of compelling stories contributed by people from across South Dakota. South Dakota Humanities Council: 1215 Trail Ridge Rd., Suite A, Brookings, SD 57006; (605) 688-6113; info@sdhumanities.org; www.sdhumanities.org Life on the Farm and Ranch, $17

SOUTH DAKOTA STORIES from South Dakota Humanities Council

On the Homefront contains not only the expressive and dramatic voices of those who have served in uniform during times of war, but also the poignant feelings and intense experiences of the members of the communities they left behind. Country Congregations highlights the experiences and the perspectives of members of rural religious communities, including those of tribal people, across South Dakota. One-Room Country School contains stories from South Dakota contributors and former residents reflecting on their experiences in one-room country schools. On the Homefront Country Congregations One-Room Country School Set of three


The Tower Stool® folding workstation table features a center curve allowing the user to sit as close as possible to the tabletop. This portable table is attractive, sturdy and fully functional for eating, writing or working on a laptop computer. The table folds to a 4" thickness and is easy to carry and set up instantly. Made of baltic birch and finished with a hard coat seal. Patent pending. Tower Stool® LLC: PO Box 337, 219 Main St., Faith, SD 57626; (605) 967-2418; (800) 568-4228; towerstoolco@gwtc.net; www.towerstool.com Workstation Table (27" tall, table top is 16" x 30"), $103 12

$15 $15 $15 $42


from South Dakota State Historical Society Press In …Walking Along… Caldecottmedalist Paul Goble has compiled six of his best Iktomi stories into a compendium of trouble, disaster, fun, and examples from which to learn. Iktomi is the Lakota name for the American Indian trickster who appears in the stories of people all over the North American continent. He is famous for getting into mischief, causing trouble, and never learning the lessons handed out to him. These timeless stories and Goble’s dramatic illustrations combine to snare readers in Iktomi’s waiting net and lead them on a journey of adventure with the troublesome trickster. South Dakota State Historical Society Press: 900 Governors Dr., Pierre, SD 57501; (605) 773-6009; www.sdshspress.com

…Walking Along…, $19.95

MOUNT RUSHMORE MEMORIES from Mount Rushmore Bookstores

Mount Rushmore Memories, $14.99

The Mount Rushmore Memories project began in December 2010 when an appeal was sent across the nation, requesting people to submit a memory that encapsulated what Mount Rushmore meant to them. Approximately 100 people offered memories, including visitors, employees, local residents, politicians, a former Rushmore carver and the grandchildren of Doane Robinson, Charles Buell and Gutzon Borglum. The result is a visually stunning book, full of personal pictures, historic photos and memories that connect readers to the Mount Rushmore story. Mount Rushmore Bookstores: Mount Rushmore National Memorial: 13036 Hwy 244, Keystone, SD 57751; (605) 574-3142; www.mountrushmoresociety.com


Chatting on Line (20” x 8”) Chatting on Line (10.75” x 4”) Blank Notecard with envelope

$150 $12.50 $2.50

ART THAT TAKES YOU HOME from Jon Crane Watercolors, Inc.

Known as “Art That Takes You Home,” the work of Jon Crane evokes emotions of familiarity, belonging and nostalgia. Solstice Sun (left) is a “retro print,” painted originally in 1989, and brought forward as a limited edition print in 2011 to celebrate Jon’s 35th anniversary as an artist.

Celebrate Jon’s 35th anniversary as an artist with a limited edition print. Solstice Sun (10" x 7.5"), $75


The Art of Jon Crane

Painting exclusively in watercolor, Jon has spent his career documenting historic landscapes of rural America. This coffee table book documents his art and many stories behind the man. Jon Crane Watercolors, Inc.: (888) 948-1948; www.joncranewatercolors.com Heartland Legacy, $75


Tower Stool® folding tables and stools are made of hardwood and brass hinges. Durable and compact, easy to store and carry, they open and close instantly and feature a side lock and unique hinge design. We offer tower stools, folding benches, portable sales counter, utility table, folding RV step, lecterns, pedestals, trucker’s table, shooter’s bench and other items. Custom orders available. Tower Stool® LLC: PO Box 337, 219 Main St., Faith, SD 57626; (605) 967-2418; (800) 568-4228; towerstoolco@gwtc.net; www.towerstool.com 8" Stool, $34.50 14

RV Step, $52


and more from South Dakota Art Museum

The Museum Store at the South Dakota Art Museum is proud to represent local and regional artists. A wide variety of unique pieces are available for sale. From handmade beaded jewelry to colorful pottery and innovative basketry, the objects are original works of outstanding quality. The store also features a vast selection of regional books of South Dakota history and books written by regionalauthors. Looking for a great holiday gift idea? The new book, Harvey Dunn, Illustrator and Painter of the Pioneer West by Walt Reed is now in stock. South Dakota Art Museum: Medary Avenue at Harvey Dunn Street, Brookings, SD 57007; (866) 805-7590; (605) 688-5423; sdsu.sdartmuseum.store@sdstate.edu; www.southdakotaartmuseum.com Sterling Silver Lariat Necklace Sterling Silver Heart Pin Red Creek Jasper Bracelet Chalcedony Bracelet

$72 $47 $58 $75


from South Dakota Heritage Store

The Heritage Stores offer a variety of attractive, high quality items made by South Dakota artists. Items available are books published by the South Dakota State Historical Society Press, pottery, charms, and other items featuring the Capitol, CDs, jewelry, throws, totes and pillows, mugs, wine glasses bearing the Sioux Horse Effigy and much more. The Heritage Stores are located in the State Capitol and the Cultural Heritage Center. All proceeds benefit the South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Heritage Fund: 900 Governors Dr., Pierre, SD 57501; (605) 773-3458; www.sdheritagefund.org Metal Feather Rawhide Dreamer Shield Ruby Slippers Waterfall Necklace

$85 $50 $42



Looking for one-of-a-kind pieces that will turn heads? Make a bold splash or choose a classic, understated look from Anita Paige’s Wonderful Wire line of South Dakota made jewelry. This jewelry will hold its value — and its appeal — for generations. What better way to show the extraordinary woman in your life how much she means to you?

Malachite Bracelet $84 Nefertiti Bracelet $105 Malachite Pendant $65 Turquoise with White Topaz Pendant $87 Amethyst Sage Pendant $79 Fused Dichroic Glass Pendant $72

Chains are sold separately.

Because they are handmade, no two pieces of jewelry from this collection are ever the same. Anita uses the unique design of each stone to dictate how the wire will enhance the beauty already inherent in the piece — whether it be a gemstone cut and polished by another artisan or her own fused glass creation.Wonderful Wire: 2121 W. St. Anne, Rapid City, SD 57702; (605) 355-9208; apaige2864@gmail.com; www.wonderfulwire.com Snowflake Obsidian Bracelet Dendritic Limestone Pendant Snowflake Obsidian Pendant

HAND-DIPPED CHOCOLATES from Watertown Confectionery

Home of the famous mint melt-away and S.D. cow pie. Watertown Confectionery specializes in handmade, hand-dipped gourmet chocolates, fresh roasted varietal or flavored coffees, wine and beer home brewing supplies and the Crystal Chocolát Wedding Chapel. South Dakota’s only wine on-premise. Watertown Confectionery: 116 E. Kemp Ave., Watertown, SD 57201; (605) 753-5249; mike.marotz@gmail.com; www.watertownconfectionery.com One Pound Assortment 16


$66 $80 $82

PHEASANT BROOCH from Mike Heintz

Mike Heintz is a South Dakota-born silversmith who specializes in contemporary jewelry. He was raised in central South Dakota near Harrold, and visits his home country often for inspiration. Mike’s newest creation is a beautiful sterling silver brooch of the graceful ring-necked pheasant, our state bird. Offered at $245 (price may vary depending on silver prices), this is an heirloom that will be treasured in your family for generations. Mike Heintz, 34051 Alcazar, Dana Point, Calif., 92629; (949) 497-2986. Pheasant Brooch, $245


Roger and Ildiko Wagoner create vivid statements inspired by nature. Every piece of jewelry is handcrafted from Black Hills gold on sterling silver and has a lifetime guarantee. Roger Wagoner Designs Inc. is a family owned and operated business located in Black Hawk. Free shipping. Roger Wagoner Designs: 7890 Terry Ave., Black Hawk, SD 57718; (605) 787-6228; ildikowagoner@rap.midco.net; www.rogerwagonerdesigns.com; www.artistsoftheblackhills.org Sterling Silver Forget-Me-Not Necklace & Earring Set


Sterling Silver Forget-Me-Not Flower Solitaire Ring


Black Hills Gold on Silver Elk-Ivory Earrings


Black Hills Gold on Silver Flower & Branch Earrings



Contact us for a brochure.


The just-picked flavor and aroma of the fruits used in Char’s Kitchen jams, jellies and syrups are a celebration for the senses; you’ll want to spread them on everything. Offering honey, 5 jam flavors with rhubarb, 10 without rhubarb and 5 sugar free. Syrups come in 8 fruit flavors and hot fudge. Gift baskets or boxes, shipped direct to your location. From Char’s Kitchen: 40905 162nd St., Turton, SD 57447; (605) 897-6676; charsjam@nvc.net Gift baskets start at Syrup (10 oz.) Jam or Jelly (16 oz.) Jam or Jelly (8 oz.) Honey (16 oz.)

$14.75 $5.50 $7 $5.50 $7


Dimock’s farmers organized a cheese cooperative in 1931, and the little Hutchinson County town of 150 people is now known far and wide for its excellent cheeses. Each batch is still handmade the old-fashioned way. Dimock Cheese is so fresh it squeaks in your mouth. Sold in gift boxes, blocks or horns. Choose from several varieties including colby, cheddar, cojack, jalapeno pepper, garlic & parsley or bacon & onion. Dimock Dairy: PO Box 26, Dimock, SD 57331; (605) 928-3833; www.dimockdairy.com 18

Cheese Tray (16") Gift Box 4 pieces 6 pieces Variety Pack 9 pieces 12 pieces

$25 $25 $35 $35 $40

Snack Attack Cure, $29.95


from South Dakota Baskets Unlimited

Dakota Brunch & Snacks, $56.95

Makes gift giving so easy! South Dakota Baskets Unlimited offers you a unique gift-giving opportunity using South Dakota products from all over our great state. You can custom design a basket from a wide variety of products or choose one of the predesigned gift baskets. Nationwide shipping. South Dakota Baskets Unlimited: 127 Lucinda Lane, Mina, SD 57451; (800) 809-8595; (605) 225-3599; southdakotagifts@gmail.com; www.sdbaskets.com


Welcome to Dakota Pride®, home of “Railroad Bill’s® Cashew Crunch” and other South Dakota made products. The Dakota Pride® candy line has expanded to include: Chocolate Dipped Cashew Crunch, Creamy Vanilla Caramels, Chocolate Dipped Caramels and buttery English Toffee! Over 14 gift combinations available or design your own gift selection with meats, cheeses, jams, honey and other products. Prices range from $12.99 to $100. Call for corporate gift ideas. Dakota Pride®: 2501 Mt. Rushmore Rd.; Rapid City, SD 57701; (888) 343-6347; www.dakotapride.com

Cashew Crunch (l lb.) Chocolate Dipped Cashew Crunch (l lb.) Creamy Vanilla Caramels (12) Chocolate Dipped Caramels (15 milk or dark) English Toffee (1/2 lb.) Chocolate Factory Gift Box

$12.99 $16.99 $8.99 $10.99 $8.99 $45.99

Design your own gift selection. 19

Local delivery and nationwide shipping available to make gift-giving a breeze!

HOLIDAY GIFT BASKETS from Home Porch Home Porch’s selection of South Dakotamade products ranges from food, bath & body and souvenir keepsakes to books, blankets, pottery and many others. South Dakota-made gift baskets and boxes are available in any price range to customize the perfect gift for your clients or loved ones. You are welcome to visit the Home Porch store located in historic downtown Sioux Falls, or shop online. Home Porch: 217 S. Phillips, Sioux Falls, SD 57104; (866) 738-0026 (toll free); www.homeporchgifts.com South Dakota Best Gift Basket Cup of Love from South Dakota

$100 $24


For the health conscious person on your gift list or a treat for yourself, these convenient mixes are made with 100% whole wheat flour and ground flax seed, providing you with Omega-3, fiber and lignans. Products available are Chewy Granola Bar, Chocolate Chip Cookie, Sugar Cookie and Pancake Mixes. Purity Seeds LLC: 41247 178th St., Raymond, SD 57258; (605) 532-7333; www.purityseedsusa.com Granola Bar Mix Buttermilk Pancake Mix Sugar Cookie Mix Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

$4.99 $3.99 $4.99 $4.99

A delicious way to add flax to your diet.


Flax seed is an ancient grain that has been used in the diets of humans for thousands of years. Both modern day nutritionists and scientists are re-discovering the tremendous health benefits of flax. Whole flax seed available in 1 lb., 2 lb. and 25 lb. bags. Ground flax available in1 and 1.5 lb bags. Please call to inquire about bulk prices. Whole flax seed 6 — 2 lb. bags (free shipping), $35.95 20


from Calla English Toffee

Vicki Rothstein has finessed one of the world’s most delightful confections to create the ultimate homemade English toffee with all natural ingredients and no preservatives. Customized gift boxes are available. Other confections include pastels in shortbread, cherry and blueberry flavors, enrobed in milk chocolate. Specializing in corporate gifts. Calla English Toffee: 320 W. Sixth St., Mobridge, SD 57601; (605) 845-2914; www.callacandy.com

BLACK HILLS LEGEND SOAP from Irish Twins Soap Co.

Irish Twins Soap Company believes in all-natural, good-foryou products that are good for the earth, too. Specializing in handmade rustic and glycerin soaps, Irish Twins uses the finest essential oils, herbs and botanicals. They offer rich, luxurious lather that leaves the skin soft and moisturized. No artificial anything. Visit their website for a full line of eco-friendly homekeeping products. Irish Twins Soap Co.: 210 W. Main St., Beresford, SD 57004; (605) 351-9564; info@irishtwinssoaps.com; www.irishtwinssoaps.com

English Toffee 1.41 lbs. 0.75 lbs. 2.5 oz. Pastels (8 oz.) Cinnamints (8 oz.) Calla Cajun Spice Calla Spice Rick’s All-purpose grilling Spice

$26 $15 $5 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

Prices are per bar. Honey Almond Oatmeal Dead Sea Mud (detoxify, rejuvenate & moisturize) Heart of Ireland (Guinness Stout & McCann’s Irish Oatmeal) Black Hills Legend Soap (pine & lavender) Mint Chocolate Truffle



$5.95 $5.95 $5.95 21

Check our website for assortments & prices.

DAKOTA CARE PACKAGES from Clark Flower & Gift Shop

South Dakota is the land of infinite variety. Clark Flower and Gift Shop has assembled some of its finest products for your enjoyment. Linda Seefeldt and Melanie Smith invite you to try the best of South Dakota with their Dakota Care Packages. Products available in the care packages are oat products, soup mixes, Indian fry bread mix, noodles, taffy, Sturgis jerky, coffee, cheeses, natural and flavored honey, Native American tea, jams and jellies, popcorn, cocoa mix, toffee, syrup, soybean snacks, bison jerky, lambbison sausage and more. Call for current prices. Clark Flower & Gift Shop: PO Box 214, 102 N. Commercial St., Clark, SD 57225; (800)658-3966; (605) 532-5541; clarkflo@itctel.com; www.clarkflower.com


from The Prairie Perfumery & Boutique

Specializing in custom perfume for men and women, bath salts, shower gels, lotions, candles and skincare. Boutique style clothing and accessories for men and women. The Prairie Perfumery & Boutique: 700 Main Ave. #5, Platte, SD 57369; (605) 337-3232; prairieperfumery@yahoo.com

Eau de Parfum (50 mL) Eau de Parfum (20 mL) Customized Fragance 22

$60 $45 $135