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TALK OF THE TOWN Yorkton The Ladies of Grace (formerly the Dunleath Presbyterian Ladies Aide & Knox Presbyterian Ladies Guild) Annual Christmas Bake Sale - Sat., Dec. 3, 9:30 a.m. at the Parkland Mall. Outreach Christmas Dinner - Sun., Dec. 4, 2016, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CCST. Heartland Baptist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S. (7th Day Adventist Church building), Yorkton. All ages. Free will offering. Christmas Dinner served following 11 a.m. worship service with Guest Preacher Pastor Rob Carlson of Portage la Prairie, MB. Yorkton Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Wed. at 1:00 p.m. at the Yorkton Public Library. If you would like more information please call Jim at 306-783-4226 or Bill at 306783-3536. Christmas Carol Songfest - Sun., Dec. 11, 2016, 6:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. CCST. Heartland Baptist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S., Yorkton. All ages. Free. Congregational singing, seasonal readings followed by lunch and fellowship. Everyone welcome. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Advent Tea & Bake Sale - Dec. 3 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Yoga Classes For Seniors. Come out and get fit every Tues. and Sat., Oct. to Dec. 17, 2016, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon. New Horizons Senior Centre, 78 First Ave. North, Yorkton, Sk. Pre-registration not required. Bring your own mat. For further information contact Vi - 306-7827218. Parkland Writers Alliance: Contact Carol Knoll 306-782-5755, Dan Bodowich 306-783-2578. Parkland region’s public writing group meet 1st Wed. of the month at the Yorkton Public Library, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Everyone interested in writing is welcome. Annual membership fee is $10. Yorkton Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Wed. at 1:00 p.m. at the Yorkton Public Library. If you would like more information please call Jim at 306-783-4226 or Bill at 306783-3536. Crossroads - A support group for women experi-

encing or who have experienced domestic violence. Thursdays 1:15 - 2:30 p.m., Family Resource Center SIGN on Broadway. Free childcare and transportation available & Thursdays 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., Shelwin House (please call for address). Adults (women) only. Group is open to all women who feel a need for support on their journey. Please contact 306782-5181 or 306-783-7233 for more info. The Yorkton branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society holds their regular meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Yorkton Public Library. Anyone interested in genealogy is welcome to attend! Volunteers Needed! The Canadian Red Cross is seeking volunteers for the Friendly Visiting Program for Seniors. Volunteers will be trained to provide weekly visits or phone calls to socially or geographically isolated seniors in Yorkton and surrounding area. One hour every week or two is all that is required to provide social interaction with a senior and peace of mind for family and caregivers. For more information contact 306-261-6602 or email friendlyvisitingsask@redcross.ca Canadian Blood Services - Volunteer today. Because of you, lives can be saved. When you donate your time to Canada’s blood system, you are helping to save lives. You can become a community educator, donor ambassador or blood donor recruitment expert. You can make a difference by: • Volunteering your skills and experiences in our clinics by becoming involved with donor support through our donor ambassador role or hospitality role • Volunteering in your community by speaking to the public about the need for blood, recruiting new donors

and promoting upcoming blood donor clinics. We’ll provide the training – You provide the time. For more information contact: Jessica Wyatt, Coordinator, Volunteer Resources 306-347-1646, marilyn.chambers@blood. ca Is someone’s drinking bothering you? Has alcohol affected your life negatively? If so, Alateen may be for you! Alateen is an organization devoted to teenagers who know someone with the disease of alcoholism. Talk, listen, get better. 8:00 p.m., Westview United Church, 355 Bradbrooke Dr., Yorkton. www.al-anon.alateen.org/members If you like big band music, then All That Jazz may be the band for you. This 20 piece big band with 2 vocalists performs throughout the community with a variety of music from rock to show tunes and everything in between. The big band rehearses Tues. evenings at the Yorkton Regional High School, 8:30 - 9:45 and welcomes performance invitations. Previous experience is required. Everyone is welcome! Contact Larry Pearen 306782-4182 or Dean Petersen 306-782-5155. Donate at the following Canadian Diabetes Association Clothesline® drop boxes and help the more than 9 million Canadians living with diabetes and prediabetes: SIGN Family Support, 345 Broadway St. W. Clothesline® drop boxes happily accept all cloth based items, shoes, hats, belts and more. Habitat for Humanity is gearing up for another build and is looking for volunteers in a number of areas. To get your name on the volunteer list for the build or to be part of a committee, go to www. habitatyorkton.ca and click on “Volunteer Now”. Learn about volunteer opportunities at Sunrise

Health Region for all ages and at all times. For more information, contact Suzette Szumutku, Director of Volunteer Resources, 306-786-0468 or suzette.szumutku@shr. sk.ca. Parkland Woodworking Guild meets at 7:30 p.m. the 2nd Thurs. of each month. Sept. to June, in the basement of Seventh Day Adventist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S. Our members do woodworking, carving, scrolling, turning or build furniture. We have a members library, visitors welcome. Contact Jerry at 306-7866652 or Norman 306-8962398. Citizens on Patrol Program Yorkton - COPP the eyes and ears of your community is recruit-

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ing new members. For an application or more info please contact COPP at 306-783-7042 or 306-7833564 or The Yorkton City Detachment of the RCMP at 306-786-2400 or Box 153, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7. The Yorkton Antique Auto Association meets at the Western Development Museum in Yorkton on the third Tues. of the month at 7 p.m. “Where old cars are discussed enthusiastically.” While enthusiasm for old vehicles is required, ownership is not. We need you to share your talent! Play guitar, piano, dance or sing? We would like to invite you to perform in our facility! Please call Suzanne Beck at 306-786-0815, I’d be happy to have you join us.

Yorkton & District Nursing Home, 200 Bradbrooke Dr. Planning an event? Cont act w w w. tourismyork ton.com for a free listing in our calendar of events.

The Sunshine Club is a drop-in centre for adults coping with mental health problems. We are located at 83 North Street, in the SIGN building. Normal hours of operation are Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. We are closed we ekend s . For mor e information please call 306-783-8135. Second Alanon Meeting in Yorkton - Wed. at 8 p.m., Westview United Church, 355 Bradbrooke Dr. All are welcome. Continued on Page A4

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Financially speaking, you’re feeling pretty good about yourself. The taxes are filed and the refund should be deposited into your account in a couple of days. Like every year, you’re going to reinvest it: some into the RRSP, some in the TFSA and the balance into an RESP account. As a bonus, your debt is manageable and you’re fast-tracking your mortgage payments. Give yourself a round of applause because you are a financial champion! Sure you are — in a perfect world. The truth is that like most Canadians, you’re probably carrying a lot of credit card and mortgage debt. And like the last few tax seasons, you owe the taxman a small king’s ransom. Feeling less smug now aren’t you? The fact is that as Boomers get closer to retirement age, many are still loaded down by debt. This is an issue because their income will be greatly reduced during retirement and paying down the debt will be increasingly more difficult. Of course, the goal is to pay it off first. While you’re still working, it’s important to look at your financial situation seriously and start making the necessary adjustments now. Never too late to set up good financial habits According to Statistics Canada’s “Retiring with debt” publication, over half of retirees are still paying off some form of debt. It can be in the form of loans, credit cards and lines of credit. But the good news is that these retirees owe less than Canadian workers aged 55 and up. Their median debt is $19,000, as compared to $40,000 for workers. The idea is to develop good financial habits during your working life to ensure that you have plenty of savings and few liabilities at retirement.

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Once you’ve paid off the one with the highest interest rate, consider trying paying off your mortgage next. You can reduce the amortization period for your mortgage by increasing your payment amounts or increasing your payment frequency. As an added protection, consider credit insurance and term life insurance. In case of illness, disability or death, these types of insurance will protect your family by covering off your debts and securing your assets. “Mutual funds distributed through Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. For insurance products, Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. acts as a National Life Insurance Brokerage Agency.” The provided example is for illustrative purposes only and it is not intended to be nor should be construed or used as investment or mortgage advice.


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PotashCorp matching cash donations to Saskatchewan’s food banks since 2010

Together with representatives of Food Banks of Saskatchewan, PotashCorp announced the return of its matching gift program to help more families enjoy a healthy meal this holiday season.

“PotashCorp is committed to programs that support food security – globally and in our local communities,” said Jochen Tilk, President

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pers through the holiday season and supports the year-round efforts of food banks to meet the growing need for assistance. “Some of our fondest memories are of enjoying the love and warmth of Christmas dinner surrounded by friends and family,” said Steve Compton, Executive Director of Food Banks of Saskatchewan. “This

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Monitoring and managing stored grain Cory Jacob, Regional Crops Specialist, Watrous, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Monitoring and appropriate management of stored grain (especially tough and damp grain) is essential to ensuring that grain will not spoil and will remain in good shape during storage. Grain needs to be monitored while in storage, as no monitoring can lead to drastic losses, especially when a good portion of grain was harvested as damp and tough. Grain moisture content and temperature are two important factors that affect grain storage. Dry grain can spoil if the

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seed temperature is too high and grain initially within safe moisture and temperature levels can still spoil due to hot spots forming and moisture migration within the grain bin. Grain acts like an insulator and can hold temperatures for a fair amount of time if left undisturbed. Actually, it is not uncommon for larger bins to have grain temperatures in the centre that have not changed much since harvest, though it is close to freezing outside the bin. Moisture migration occurs when warm and or moist grain in the bin is at a warmer temperature than the temperature outside the bin, as a result cold air moves

down the interior of the bin to the bottom of the grain mass and is drawn to the centre of the bin by an upward flow of warmer air. As the cold air is drawn up the grain, it warms and flows to the surface of the grain. The warm air is cooled as it reaches the surface, condenses, and the cycle repeats. The condensation that occurs at the top of the grain creates a high moisture zone that is prone to spoilage and mold growth. Some fungal species can grow at relatively low seed moisture contents, and their growth results in the production of moisture, which allows other more harmful fungal species to

develop. Grain spoilage is relatively undetectable in early stages. Cooling the grain to under minus eight degrees Celsius will deactivate mold growth. For insects, temperatures below 18 degrees Celsius limit their movement and reproduction. In the fall or winter, moving the grain during cold weather can help to decrease the temperature in the bin, eliminating hot spots and can kill grain storage insects depending how much the grain temperature is lowered and for how long. A variety of methods exist to monitor stored grain; a monitor that continually records the temperature of the stored

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Spray an 8-by-8-inch baking dish with butter-flavored cooking spray. In a large bowl, combine potatoes, onion, ham and Cheddar cheese. Add mushroom soup, milk and parsley flakes. Mix well to combine. Fold in eggs. Spread mixture into prepared baking dish. Bake for 45 minutes. Place baking dish on a wire rack and let set 5 minutes. Divide into 4

servings. HINT: Raw shredded potatoes, rinsed and patted dry, may be used in place of frozen potatoes. • Each serving equals: 250 calories, 10g fat, 18g protein, 22g carb., 631mg sodium, 2g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 2 Meat, 1-1/2 Starch/Carb.

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grain is the best indicator of how long the grain will store for. If a rapid temperature increase occurs, immediate action needs to be taken. Management practices include cooling grain to within five degrees Celsius of the outside air temperature as soon as possible as this will equalize the temperature within the bin.

Using aeration or moving grain will help to accomplish this. As the outside temperature cools, you may wish to cool the grain until it is close to or below freezing for winter storage. Monitor multiple times a week for changes in grain temperature. Pay close attention to grain in large bins and grain bags, especially where grain is tough and damp.

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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A2 Yorkton Park Swingers Square & Round Dance Club Weekly Dances - Every Mon., 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Rounds, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Square Dancing. Location: Royal Canadian Legion, 380 Broadway Street W. Call Ray & Karen Thies at 306-7829790. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Tuesday, SIGN Entrance, 83 North St., weigh in 6:00 p.m., meeting to follow; Wed., SIGN 345 Broadway St. W., York B Salon, Lower Level, weigh in at 12:00 noon, meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 or visit www.tops.org for further information. Fitness Classes, Mon. and Wed. evenings at St. Al’s School gym. Contact 306-782-1048. T he Sa sk at chewa n A bi l it ie s C o u n ci l i s searching for volunteers for various prog rams and activities that serve p e o ple w it h s p e ci a l needs. Call Shirley at 306782-2463. Treasure Chest Toast masters Club meets weekly on Wed. evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at SIGN on Broadway. Impact your wo rld by e n h a n ci n g yo u r c o m mu n ic a t io n and leadership skills. Guests and new members welcome. For mor e

information contact: Mike Neilson 3 0 6 - 62 0 -72 52 , Dwaine Senechal 306-6202297, Delores Moskal 306620-8424. New Horizon’s Friday Night Dance, Friday, December 2, 8 pm - 12 am. Music by Peter & Whitesand Band.

4:00 p.m. All ages are welcome. For more info call Andrea 306-592-2251 or Marie 306-592-2073. Bucha na n Tou r ism has t-shir ts, hoodies, sweatshirts and postcards for sale at the Village Office which is opened Monday to Thursday noon.

Buchanan Bu ch a n a n L ibr a r y Gigantic Book Sale - Fill a shopping bag with books for a donation to the library. Open hours are Tues. 1 - 5 p.m., Thurs. 2 - 6 p.m., Fri. 2 - 6 p.m. For more info call 306-5922137. Buchanan R.M. 304 Centennial Calendars are for sale at the R.M. office. Call Twila 306-592-2055. Enjoy creating your own projects out of clay using a pottery wheel or just by pinching, coiling or any other method at the Buchanan Community Centre every Sun., 2:00 -

Bu ch a n a n L ibr a r y a nd P ubl ic I nt er ne t Access Site hours: Tues., 1 - 5 p.m.; Thurs., 2 - 6 p.m.; Fri., 2 - 6 p.m. Thanks to Industry Canada and the Sa sk at chewa n P ublic Acce s s Net work , t he library has 2 computers for public use. Check out the www.parkland.lib. sk.ca website for different sources of information. For more info call the library 306-592-2137.

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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A4 Calder Calder Parkland Regional Library Playschool Program looking for 3 to 4 year olds. Program runs from Oct. to end of April. Meeting Sept. 7 at 11:00 at Library. More info phone 306-7422167. Calder Parkland Regional Library is opened on Mon. and Wed. from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. Canora Parkland Christian Centre welcomes everyone from Canora a nd a r e a t o Su nday morning worship. Located at 132 - 4th Ave. E., our service starts at 10:30 a.m. and includes Sunday School and nursery. For more info call Pastor Brett or Mavis at 306-5635512. The Canora Amateur Radio Repeater enhances the emergency network that has been used in the past by the RCMP, Emer gency Mea su res and Nav Canada, along w it h c o u n t le s s n o n profit groups. If you are interested in becoming an amateur radio operator or you want to provide some funding assistance, you can contact Randy at 306-563-7150, Larry at 306783-4177 or George at 306645-2921. Canora TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at the Keen Age Centre at 409 Main Street. Weigh in at 5:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome any time. Call Darlene 306-563-6848 for more information or www. tops.org Cupar Cupar TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at Lee’s Funeral Home, 105 Stanley (Main) St. Weigh in at 9:30 am, meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306.783.3765 for more info or www.tops.org. Dubuc Potashville Singles Dance Club will be having a dance in Dubuc from 8 p.m.- 12 a.m. Everyone welcome. Lunch 10:30 p.m. Dates: Dec. 26 - Boxing Day (Monday) Len Gadica. We

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Esterhazy Golden Jets would like to invite members and non-members to join them at their Senior Centre for an afternoon of cards. Whist: Wed. at 1:30 p.m.; Bridge: Thurs. at 1:00 p.m.; Spades: Thurs. at 1:30 p.m. Come and enjoy the socializing. Esterhazy Royal Canadian Legion #249 D abb er Bi n go ever y Thurs. Early bird 7:00 p.m. Regular games 7:30 p.m. Jackpot license no. CB150040. “Recover y” is a suppor t g roup for those recovering from ment a l illne s s. Bot h men a nd women a re welcome to meet at the Council Chambers at the Esterhazy Town Office every Wed. at 1:00, except on civic holidays. Twin Valley Riding Club monthly meetings first Tues. of the month at Esterhazy Town Office, 8 p.m. Phone 306-745-3720. Esterhazy TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at the Golden Jets Building on Main Street. Weigh in at 6:00 p.m. and meeting to follow at 6:30 p.m. New members welcome any time. Call 306745-2980 or www.tops.org for more information. Esterhazy branch of t he Sa sk at chewa n Wildlife Federation meets third Wed. of each month 8 p.m. Legion Hall. Esterhazy and District CanSurmount Support Group meets on second Mon. at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, Esterhazy. Contact Joyce Anderson 306-745-3800.

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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from page A5 Fort Qu’Appelle Ft. Q u ’A p p e l l e TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at 154 Craigleith Ave. N. Weigh in at 5:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 for more info or www.tops.org. Goodeve Goodeve Blue Bonnet Club bingo Wed., 7:30 p.m. Hazel Dell Hazel Dell Old Time Dance - Sat., Dec. 17, 7:30 11:30 p.m., Hazel Dell Rec Centre. Potluck lunch & cash bar. Music by “The Zayshleys”. Ever yone welcome. Contact Russell 306-547-4224 or Elaine 306-547-4284. Invermay The Invermay Golden Age Club invites players to their regular community bingo every Wed. at 2 p.m. Inver may Park land Library Hours are Tues., noon - 4 p.m. and Thurs., noon - 4 p.m. Invermay TOPS (Take Of f Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meet s ever y Tues. at the Parkland Regional Library at 301 - 4th Ave. N. Weigh in at 7:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call Liz 306-593-4931 for more info or www.tops.org. Ituna Ituna Social Club monthly meeting is held on the second Wed. of each month, unless otherwise specified. Dabber Bingo is played every Friday at 2:00 p.m. from Oct. through April and at 7 p.m. May through Sept. Card games are played every Thurs., and Fun and Fitness is Mon. through Fri. at 9:00 a.m. There is an activity afternoon on Tues. at 1:30 p.m. with shuffleboard, carpet bowling, cards and other activities. Our activity evening is Wed. evening at 7:00 p.m. Come out and enjoy cribbage. These activities are open to all

50+ members and nonmembers to enjoy activity and socializing. The Ituna Branch of the Parkland Regional Library, 518 5th Ave. NE. Library and CAP site hours are as follows: Tues.: 11:30-4:30; Wed.: 11:30-4:30; Thurs.: 10:30-4:30. Kamsack Kamsack Legion Regular Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tues. at 7:30 p.m. Community involvement is encouraged to help us survive.There are no meetings on holidays and in July/August. Kamsack Cancer Self Help Group - Meetings are open to anyone who is or has been affected by cancer; for survivors, caregivers or family members. This group does not meet during the months of July and August. For more info please call Jan at 306-5907770. Last fall the Kamsack Volunteer Fire Fighters (KVFF) came to the Legion with an appeal to help them raise money for a well-needed service vehicle. Every Friday (except holidays) we will open the Legion from 7-9 p.m. for Chase the Ace. The fire fighters will be selling food items and we will co-share the bar. Other venues will be introduced if and when this jackpot grows. There will be a consolation winner every week and eventually when the “Ace of Hearts” is drawn the jackpot will be awarded and the process will start again. The Kamsack Housing Authority has openings for Seniors at this time. The rent is calculated on 30% of the gross income. To request an application or for more information, please call Judy at 306-542-

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Thurs., 1-6. Lemberg Lemberg Librar y Hours: Tues., 1-6 p.m.; Wed., 10-3 p.m.; Thurs., 9-1 p.m. Public computer access by appointment. Phone Sandy at 306-3352267. Lintlaw The Lintlaw Rec Centre Bingo will be changing to Wed. evenings. Start time will remain at 7:45 p.m. Blackout $1,000 in 54 numbers or $100 consolation. Melville Melville Senior Citizens Dance - 204 2nd Ave. West, Melville. Thurs., 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission: $7.00 per person. Everyone welcome. Thurs., Dec. 8, 2016 - Music by Memory Lane - Pot Luck Supper to follow the dance; Thurs., Dec. 15, 2016 - Music by

Ed Hickie; Thurs., Dec. 22, 2016 - Music by Ron and Sandra Rudoski; Thurs., Dec. 29, 2016 - NO DANCE - Christmas Break. Melville Senior Citizens Centre, Tues., Bingo; Wed., Shuffleboard; Thurs., Dancing; Sun., Cards. Melville Art Club Gift Shop at Melville Community Works will open Tues. and Thurs., 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Many useful and unusual items by local artists will be available. Want to place your new for sale artistic items? Contact Theresa 306-728-2182. The Melville Art Club meet the third Tues. of each month at Melville Community Works at 7.30 p.m. If you are interested in art, promoting the arts, or participating in classes you are welcome to join

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Pelly Coffee House at Pelly Community Hall will be held every second Sat. of the month. Come sing, play instruments, dance. 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Admission $3.00. Potluck lunch. The Pelly Housin g Aut hor it y presently has vacancies. Seniors, families or individuals are encouraged to apply. The rent for a housing unit is based on 30% of the gross household income. For more info, please contact the manager, Victoria Makohoniuk at 306-595-4902. Pelly Bingos are held

Rama Bingo every 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 2:00 p.m. at the Rama Golden Jets Centre. Kaiser resumes every Tuesday at 7:00 pm Exercises at the Rama Golden Jets on Mon., Wed. and Fri., from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Active Aging Sessions are cancelled at the Rama

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Preeceville 4th Annual Memorial Christmas Tree - Thurs., Dec. 8, 2016, 7:00 p.m. CCST, End of Main Street Preeceville, SK. Remember your loved ones this Christmas with a bulb lit in their memory. The bulbs will be on one of the trees that are in the parking lot at the end of Main St. and will be lit after a short memorial ceremony. There will be hot chocolate served at the ceremony. Bulbs will be sold for $5.00 or 3 for $10 and may be purchased from Paul’s Drugs, Home Hardware, Gateway Co-op, Preeceville Town Office or contact the Town Office at 306-547-2810 for more info. This is sponsored by the Preeceville Musher’s Rendezvous. Thank You in advance for you support! 18th Annual Musher’s Rendezvous - Fri., Feb. 3, 2017, 7:00 p.m. CCST, Preeceville Community Hall. Talent Show on Fri., Feb. 3, 2017 packed with local talents. $2 Admission. Pledge money for your favorite performer. Free will offering for coffee and goodies. Any individual or group wishing to show off their talent contact Karen Maupin at 306-548-2064. Become a patron of your community Arts Council (Whitehawk) by purchasing season tickets at Lil’s or Country Lane. Diamond and gold patrons receive a charitable tax receipt. Mon., Feb. 13 Eric Harper is a stage show casing a variety of guitar styles blending with a velvety, smoth voice. For

further info call Miles 306547-4645 or Barbara 306548-2852. Season Tickets now on sale for “Stars for Saskatchewan” concert series. 3 concerts for $40.00 (adult), $10.00 (Grade 10-12). Concert series include Eric Harper. Tickets available at Lil’s Fashions, Sturgis; Country Lane, Preeceville. Sponsored by Whitehawk Arts Council. Come join the fun at Club 60. Shuffleboard & carpet bowling starting up for the fall season at 1 p.m. weekly. No age limit. Coffee and light lunch to follow. Fee $5.00. Card games anytime. Contact Marge Bodnar 306-5475549. Preeceville Library hours: Tues. 2 - 6, Wed. 11 - 6, Thurs. 2 - 5:30, Fri. 2 - 5:30. Christmas Craft Show Dec. 3 from 10 - 2:30. To book tables phone Barb at 306-547-3444. Active aging classes at NICE Centre every Mon. and Wed. at 10 a.m. For more information call 306-594-2784. Everyone welcome. Preeceville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at the Preeceville School at 225 – 1st Street NW. Weigh in at 5:30 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact 306-783-3765 for more information or www.tops.org.

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Continued from page A6 Melville Melville and District Scandinavian Heritage Club invites new member s… Lu ncheon meeting held the second Mon. of each month. We offer lessons in wood car ving, and other crafts. We tour museums, old churches, and are involved in community events. We enjoy our annual picnic and Christmas social. For more info phone Edith at 306-728-5043 or Edna at 306-793-4346.

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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from A8 Rocanville Roca nv ille T h r if t S t o r e welc o m e s yo u Mon., Wed. and Fri., 1 - 4 p.m., Thurs, evenings 6 - 8 p.m. All good quality d o n a t io n s a c c e p t e d . Entirely operated by volu nt e er s , w it h a l l proceeds returned to t he commu nit y a nd surrounding areas. The Rocanville Seniors Club invites all seniors to join in spades on Mon. and now Sat. afternoons and cribbage on Thurs. afternoon.

for public use. Call 7924743. Spr i n g side Un it e d Church service every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. People of all ages welcome. Stockholm Esterhazy and District CanSurmount Support

Group meets on second Mondays at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, Esterhazy. Contact Isobel Fowler 306-745-6183. Sturgis New Year’s Eve Supper & Dance on Sat., Dec. 31, 2016 in the Sturgis & District Community Hall.

Cocktails from 5 to 6 pm.; Steak & shrimp supper 6 to 8 p.m. Advance tickets $30 may be purchased until 6 p.m. on Fri., Dec. 30 at Sturgis Sportsland, Black Bear Inn, Town Office or any committee member. At the door supper & dance $35; supper only $20;

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cert series. 3 concerts for $40.00 (adult), $10.00 (Grade 10-12). Concert series include Eric Harper. Tickets available at Lil’s Fashions, Sturgis; Country Lane, Preeceville. Sponsored by Whitehawk Arts Council. Continued on page A10

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Saltcoats Saltcoats TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets each Tuesday at the Saltcoats United Church, lower level. Weigh in at 5:45 pm, meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call Sharon at 306-744-2901, Marie at 306744-2556, Margaret at 306898-2122 or www.tops.org for more information. Library hours: Tues. and Thurs., 3:30-8:00 p.m.; Wed., 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. For information 306-744-2911. Springside Springside Lutheran Church Service every second and fourth Sunday of the month at 7 p.m. Springside Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:50 a.m. for all ages. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:50 a.m. Everyone is welcome. Springside Librar y hours: Tues., 1 to 7 p.m.; Thurs., 1 to 6 p.m., and Fri., 9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m. Story hour for 3, 4 & 5 year olds is Friday morning at 10:00. Thanks to funding by Industry Canada the Library has 2 computers

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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from page A9 Sturgis Become a patron of your community Arts Council (Whitehawk) by purchasing season tickets at Lil’s or Country Lane. Diamond and gold patrons receive a charitable tax receipt. Mon., Feb. 13, Eric Harper is a stage show casing a variety of guitar styles blending with a velvety, smoth voice. For further info call Miles 306547-4645 or Barbara 306548-2852. The Sturgis R.E.A.D. Club open every Wed. 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. We gather for visiting, dancing, pool, canasta and other card games. Shuffleboard, board games or just a bottomless cup of coffee with friends, and a 50/50 Draw. Everyone is welcome. Sturgis & District “A Harvest of Memories” History Books are on sale. Books available at the Town Office, call 306-548-

2108 for any info. Sturgis Communit y smoke free dabber bingo every Tues., 8 p.m. in the new Sturgis & District Commu nit y Hall. A ll proceeds to the new Hall. Living Faith and Word Church welcomes all to their Sunday Church S er v ic e a n d Su n d a y School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Prayer Group meets Mondays 7:30 p.m. at Vern Poworoznyk’s. For more info call Vern Poworoznyk 548-4791. Pa rk la nd Reg ional Library Sturgis Branch Hours: Tues., 2-6 p.m.; Wed., 12-6 p.m.; Thurs., 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 306-548-2824. Theodore Pa rk la nd Reg ional Library: Tues., 1 - 5 p.m.; Thurs., 1 - 5 p.m. T h e o d o r e S e n io r s meet at The Station every Tues. at 2:00 p.m. Join us for bingo, shuffleboard, cards, games, etc. Potluck is held the last Friday of the month. T he o dor e Un it e d Church invites everyone in Theodore and surrounding areas to join

family has enjoyed great renown locally for our recipe.” — E.L. in Texas

• A holiday reminder: Freezy equals flaky when it comes to baked goods. Pie crusts, biscuits, even shortbread cookies turn out better when you keep ingredients very cold (not actually frozen, though). For items that you want soft and light, like cakes, let ingredients (butter, eggs) come to room temperature for best results. • Recipe substitution: For ricotta in Italian pasta dishes, try pureeing cottage cheese instead. • “Add a shake or two of cinnamon to chili this season. It really enhances the flavor, and my

• You can refill your foaming hand soap by watering down budget shampoo. Really. It’s super-cheap, smells great and lasts forever. If you don’t have a foaming hand soap dispenser, cut down on the amount of soap that comes out with each pump by wrapping a rubber band around the pump. • Here’s an easy DIY decoration that really makes a table — candles. Simply wrap the label area of your empty wine bottles with your favorite wrapping paper of the season, then stick a tapered candlestick into the top. Surround with painted pinecones for a beautiful centerpiece.

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us at Sunday morning worship. Our reg ular week ly ser v ices, a nd Sunday School, start at 9:30 a.m. Togo Togo bingos held every Wed. evening at the Silver Thread Community Center. Doors open at 7:00 and bingo begins at 7:30 p.m. Blackout jackpot is $400.00 Friday night supper specials held at the Silver Thread from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. Admission at the door Everyone welcome. Month end Supper held at Silver Thread every last Tuesday of the month from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. Admission at the door. Everyone welcome. Tonkin Looking to get out of the house and have some non-competitive fun in an exciting atmosphere? Join the Tonkin men’s or ladies block curling today! Ladies/Mixed - Tuesdays, Men’s - Wednesdays or Thursdays. Contact Rink 306-782-5017 or Jeff 306621-8739. Wadena

• “Use a hole punch and ribbon to add Christmas cards to your display. They can double as ornaments, or look great hanging from a bannister or around a doorway.” — A.V. in Kentucky Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803.

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Whitewood C r o s s r o a d s Toastmasters Club #6668 meet weekly on Wed. nights at the Whitewood United Church from 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Phone Maryann at 306-735-4405 for more info. See you then! Whitewood Librar y Hours: Tues. and Thurs., 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 - 5:00; Fri., 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.

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HOLLYWOOD — The just released film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is from the mind of J.K. Rowling, who created it as a prequel to her “Harry Potter” franchise. The film stars Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne. However, Redmayne didn’t want to commit himself to the four sequels that are planned, so Johnny Depp was cast in a cameo role that could be expanded to the sequels. It looks like Redmayne hasn’t changed his mind, because Depp has been announced for the first sequel, which starts shooting next year. Depp’s recent track record hasn’t been too good. In 2013 he had two films, “The Lone Ranger” and “Transcendence,” which barely made their budget back. In 2015,

as Hercule Poirot, with a star-studded cast of Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Vanessa Redgrave and Richard Widmark, among others. So who has been announced as Depp’s costar? Josh Gad!

Johnny Depp “Mortdecai” was a dismal failure, despite having Gwyneth Paltrow as his co-star, and “Black Mass” was less than a success. And though “Alice in Wonderland” made more than $1 billion, the sequel made only $300 million, at a cost of $120 million. Next year we’ll see “Pirates of the Caribbean” in May, followed by the remake of Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express,” coming Nov. 17. The original starred Albert Finney

Then we’ll get the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel in November 2018. It’s sure to be foolproof, like the “Caribbean” franchise has been. Look for Depp to announce other projects as he tries to forget the failure of his marriage to Amber Heard. Warren Beatty ends his 15-year absence from moviemaking with his new film, “Rules Don’t Apply.” His last film, “Town & Country” (2001), starred Beatty with Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, Garry Shandling, Andie McDowell and Charlton Heston. The film’s release was delayed three years because

of script rewrites, production delays and losing cast members for reshoots because of the delays. The final cost was $90 million, with earnings of only $10.4 million. The negative reviews devastated Beatty, causing a lack of enthusiasm to make another film. He’s written, produced, directed and starred in his new film, with Annette Bening (his wife), Matthew Broderick, Lili Collins, Alec Baldwin, Candice Bergen, Dabney Coleman, Ed Harris and Martin Sheen. Beatty, 79, playing Howard Hughes in his 50s, forbids a young actress, under contract to him, from having a relationship with her driver, his employee. Hopefully, he’ll be able to recoup his $26.7 million budget on this one. Beatty’s always been able to NOT make the rules apply to him, but can he shave 25 years off his looks? MAKE-UP! (CGI?)

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DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I know you warn people every holiday season about the dangers of their pets ingesting certain foods, like chocolate, onions and grapes. I wanted to share my experience from last Thanksgiving, when my terrier, “Blake,” sneaked into the kitchen and started eating leftovers off of plates piled on the counter. We were alerted by the crash of several plates onto the floor. Fortunately, we stopped Blake from trying to lick up spilled food amid the shattered dishes, but he had eaten a lot of highfat foods — stuffing, gravy, you name it — that were loaded with spices, onions and other ingredients. I kept a close eye on Blake over the next several hours, and made sure the emergency vet’s number was on hand. Sure enough, Blake started looking lethargic and vomited; we put him in the car and drove right to the vet. Because I called ahead, they were able to treat him immediately, and he recovered without any lasting problems. I hope my experience can help other pet owners as the busy, distracting holiday season descends on us. — Relieved Mom in Pittsburgh DEAR RELIVED MOM: It certainly can! Thank you for sharing your experience. Keeping the emergency veterinarian’s number close by — added to a mobile phone’s contact list, written next to

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something that Romo has heard a lot. People are always unsure about him. Is he a fearless playmaker, or is he a guy who makes bad decisions and refuses to stick to the script? Well, we may never know that answer, at least not in Dallas, because a new story is being written there as we speak by Rayne Dakota “Dak” Prescott. Prescott is accustomed to rewrites. He rewrote Mississippi State’s record book, setting 38 school records and setting the record for most passing yards in Orange Bowl history. Picked in the fourth round by the Cowboys in 2016, he broke the rookie record for most completions without an interception as a rookie, a record once held by a guy named Tom Brady ... a guy who didn’t break 38

records at Michigan. Prescott plays like the pro he is every week, he plays as if he’s been there before, and he plays like a leader who will take you places that you’ve never been before. When you can orchestrate not one, but two gamewinning full-field drives to come from behind at Pittsburgh, you are treading on untouched real estate. But that is, of course, exactly what Prescott did. The Cowboys as a franchise know how to deal with the press. While more than a few players aren’t smart enough to keep their names out of the police blotter, they know better than to tip their hand regarding the quarterback situation. “I’ll let those in charge of making that decision make that decision” is the common refrain. The team’s larger-than-life

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Yorkton RCMP (city detachment) @ 306-786-2400 or members: 306-783-7042; 306-783-3564; 306-783-5022

13A – 2nd Ave. N., Yorkton Phone Orders Accepted Ph. 306-782-5151 Email: goldenrule@sasktel.net

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Book an Inspection before Dec. 31, 2016 10% off Labour, CNH Parts & Trucking Cash or Cheque Only

OR

Do not pay until Spring 2017 with your CNH card.

Combine Special 4WD Tractor Complete Inspection..... $799* Special

Keep your New Holland Equipment performing at its peak with a certified New Holland inspection.

6 EXTRA MONTHS OF PARTS WARRANTY PROTECTION

Round Baler or Haybine Special

Skid Steer Inspections

2WD & Bi–Di Tractor Special

Sprayer Inspection

Our 175 point inspection includes:

Complete Inspection..... $575*

Complete Inspection..... $300*

Complete Inspection..... $299*

Complete Inspection....$399*

$699*

• Check all fluid levels

Our 125 point inspection includes: • Test hydraulics

Our 50 point inspection includes: • Inspect hitch and drive line • Inspect main frame and wheels • Inspect drives, header and reel

Our 48 point inspection includes: • Drivetrain system • Hydraulic systems

Our 86 point inspection includes: • Dyno and hydraulic test • Check fluid levels • Check air filters • Check clutch and brake operation • Test battery and charging circuit

• 93 point inspection

• Check all air filters • Adjust belts and chains • Lubricate unit

Raymore New Holland

Box. 280 • Raymore, Sask. • S0A 3J0 Ph. 306-746-2911 • Fax: 306-746-2919

• • • •

Check all fluid levels Check all air filters Check all lights and gauges Test battery and charging circuit

Yorkton New Holland

Box 1030 • Yorkton, Sask. • S3N 2X3 Ph. 306-783-8511 • Fax: 306-782-5595

• Inspect cutter bar and rollers • Check hydraulic pressure system

Watrous New Holland

CTL Track & Undercarriage Inspection

Box 729 • Watrous, Sask. • S0K 4T0 Ph. 306-946-3301 • Fax: 306-946-2613

• Check all fluid levels • Check air filters • Check boom structures • Lubricate units

1 For commercial use only – not intended for personal, family or household use. Offer of do not pay until Spring, 2017 is eligible on purchase of $3,500 or more of new, genuine New Holland parts and related services made using the CNH Capital Commercial Revolving Account (the “Account”) during a single visit to a participating New Holland dealership located in the United States or Canada now through December 31, 2016. If any payment when due is not made on balances outstanding under the Account, the promotional terms may be terminated and the promotional balance will be subject to the applicable default rate prior to the expiration of the promotional period. Once the promotional period expires or is terminated, minimum monthly payments will be required and finance charges will begin to accrue (in Canada at 18.9% per annum) and CNH Capital America LLC or CNH Capital Canada Ltd standard terms and conditions will apply. Customer participation subject to credit qualification, available credit and good standing on all CNH Capital accounts. Not all customers may qualify for this rate or term. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. *Price includes labour only and all Parts are additional charge. There is no discount on all lubricants or fluids.


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At Your Service BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Business Services

Lawn & Garden

BUILT TO LAST

PRICED TO SELL IN-STORE SPECIAL

Marie

MS291 16” BAR

$49995

Psychic/Medium truly gifted who lived 25 years in Rhein, Sk.

For Nov. & Dec.

$10 REBATE

Morning sessions only. For your convenience - phone readings: 30 min flat rate - every session is recorded and will be sent to your email. For information and/or appointment

1-819-944-1180

Please remember your model # when inquiring about parts/service

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

YORKTON SMALL ENGINE & REPAIR 386 - 7th Ave. N.

CALL 306-783-0544 NUMBER ONE WORLDWIDE

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Fences, Garages, etc. Call Thomas Kowalchuk at 306-621-5663 or 306-786-1887 (business).

Handyperson PRO HANDYMAN PLUS. Are you needing some work done around your home before winter comes? Anything from trimming trees, installing doors, windows, painting, drywall, minor electrical work, minor plumbing work, cleaning gutters, fence repair, etc. Call Dave Beynon - 306-621-4240; Reid Beynon - 306-620-5737.

Renos & Home Improvement YorktonSmallEngine_1x37.nil_R005341683. indd prod3/DM •YTW Sept 19-12 eow/ FOR your Interior, Exterior nil•MP ALL Sept 14-eow/nil proof sandy work. Decks, siding, winclassified email tofences, kclt@hotmail.com dows/doors and builds. Bath and kitchen remodeling/tiling. Experienced and licensed. Call Mike at 306-621-7526. Services for Hire CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA. Update your old audio and videotapes to disc at a very reasonable cost. Call Yorkton Video 306-783-9648.

Health Services DO YOU Have a DISABILITY? Physical or mental. We can help you get up to $40,000 back from the Canadian Government. FOR DETAILS check out our website: disabilitygroupcanada.com or CALL us today Toll-Free 1-888875-4787.

Houses For Rent

Houses For Rent

LARGE FAMILY home for rent in Springside. $1300/month plus utilities. Call Darwin after 6pm at 306-782-8754 or 306-621-8754.

MALE ROOMMATE to Share a house. NS, ND, $650 incl. utilities. Leave message @ 306-782-8754 or 306-621-8754.

2 BEDROOM house, $900./mo., $900. damage plus utilities, 286 3rd Ave. N., washer, dryer, fridge, stove, water softener, many upgrades, N/P, N/S. Available Dec. 1. Call after 3 pm, 306-621-6671.

ONE BEDROOM House for rent in Theodore with fridge, stove, washer, dryer, garage and carport. $375/month plus utilities. Available Immediately. Phone 306-6202210.

Farms for Sale

Farms for Sale

LANE REALTY

CANORA: 159 ac. - 75 cult. ac., bal. nat. grass, assess. 35,200, small dugout, 1/2 mile off Highway #229. CHURCHBRIDGE: 20 ac. - 1380 sq ft home, steel grain storage, approx. 25 miles from K1 Potash Mines. ESTERHAZY: 320 ac. - 269 cult. ac., 1370 sq. ft. bungalow on well treed yard. 16 ac. acreage and land avail. separately! ITUNA: 662.84 ac. - 487 cult. ac., assess. 73,475/qtr. ITUNA: 770 ac. - 685 cult. ac., assess 80,660/qtr., strong water supply, house w/mature shelter belt. KELLIHER: 8 ac. - Bungalow home located within the town of Kelliher on well treed and landscaped yard. KELLIHER: 12 ac. - 9 ac. pasture, 1196 sq. ft. home on well treed/landscaped yard, strong water system. MELVILLE: 137 ac. - 70 cult. ac. (100 ac. cult. in 2016), SOLD assess. 67,200, adjacent to Melville & bordering Highway #47, phone, nat. gas & power. Potential for commercialization. Call for details! MELVILLE: 152 ac. - 110 cult. ac. assess. 50,000, gravel located on property, opt. steel grain storage. Call for details! MELVILLE: 141 ac. - all cult. (tame grass), fenced, assess. 57,600, off Highway #10. SALTCOATS: 158 ac. - 35 cult. ac., power along property, treed area for potential development, assess. 35,400. WHITEWOOD: 159 ac. – 45 cult. ac., with with Qu’Appelle Valley hillside, assess. 41,400. WROXTON: 157 ac. - 90 cult. ac., bal. nat. grass, assess. 62,600, train station building, North of Highway #10. YORKTON: 41.79 ac. - 2,815 feet of Hwy #10 frontage. Great commercial development potential! YORKTON: 244 ac. - 1200 sq. ft. home on well treed yard, on Highway #10, steel/wood grain storage. YORKTON: 1755 ac. - 1000 cult. ac. + 507 ac. tame grass, 2 yard sites w/two homes, facilities w/many more features.

108 NEW SALES SO FAR IN 2016!

Houses For Rent

For Sale - Misc

Cars

Feed & Seed

4 BIG BEDROOMS on main floor, 1 bedroom in basement. 2 baths, 4 appliances included. No Pets, No Smoking, $1400/month + utilities. Damage deposit and references required. Available Dec. 15. Phone 306-782-2363.

GRAIN FED BEEF SALE

1996 MERCURY Grand Marquis G.S. Fully equipped 4-dr. sedan. Very good condition. 2000 miles on a new 4.6 c.i.V8 motor. All new tires and battery with electric warmer blanket. Delivers 30 miles per gal. of gas. $4,000 or best offer Tel. 1-306-542-2774.

NORTH EAST PRAIRIE GRAIN INC. Currently Buying: Soybeans, Feed Barley, Wheat and Oats. OFFERING: Competitive Prices, On Farm Pickup & Prompt Payment! CALL: 1-306-873-3551, WEBSITE: neprairiegrain.com.

BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 1200 sq.ft. close to school & hospital, central air conditioning, high efficiency furnace. References & lease required. Call George at 306-537-3228 & Warren at 306-620-3233. HOUSE FOR RENT. Available Dec. 1. 2 bedroom, close to College and High Schools. $850/month + damage deposit. N/S, N/P. References required. Phone 306-783-4240. HOUSING FOR Rent. 1 bdrm units, 3 bdrm houses. Rent is based on income. Subsidized through the social housing program. Units/houses are available. Apply Now. For info or to apply contact Spy Hill Housing Authority 306-740-0542. SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority is currently accepting applications for a 3 bedroom home. Fridge and stove included. Well kept, clean and quiet neighborhood. Rent is based on income. For more information and applications please call Morlie at 306-792-2222.

Rooms ROOM AVAILABLE. Fully furnished, cable, internet and laundry facility included. References please. Call 306-621-4896.

Shared Accommodation ROOMMATE WANTED to share full house $500/ month includes Power, energy, water and laundry facilities. Available Dec. 1. Phone 306-521-1987 leave message.

Suites For Rent SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority is currently accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedroom Senior Suites at the Heritage Place. Fridge and stove included. Central laundry with two washers and dryers. Well kept, ready for rent. Rent is based on income. For more information and applications please call Morlie at 306-792-2222.

Appliances GE STOVE, microwave & dishwasher, black in colour. Used very little. Call 306-783-1778.

Wanted WANTED: 80-05 Duetz’s, 1150,1155,1130 Massey’s with 6 or 8 cylinder, also Internationals 66 and 86 Series. Running ot not. Phone 306-728-4702 or 306-7288345. WANTED: Caretaker. Prefer live in for suite apartment block. Phone Doug 306-536-5132. WANTED: SILVER coins and Gold jewelry, costume jewelry, military items, store signs, antiques collectibles. Call 306-783-3230.

Furniture FLORAL LOVESEAT; comp0uter desk w/bookcase; 3pc. glass coffee & end tables. Phone 306-5635165.

Furniture FULL SIZE Chesterfield in good condition. Free. Phone 306-7835755.

For Sale - Misc 1 OSTER Counter Top Oven never used; 1 Deluxe Proactive pedal exerciser never used. Phone 306783-4904. 7.5’ PRELIT Douglas fir Christmas tree, $70.; mattress/box spring 2 sizes, $50. & $70.; various lamps, $20. each; Epic E950 Stepper with power ramp, $150.; sofa and chair, $250. Call 306-621-8397. ACME WOOD BURNING stove with reservoir and top shelf. Good condition. $250.00 OBO; Drop leaf table & seven unmatched wood chairs. $100.00. 306-795-2709.

Farms for Sale

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Phone: 306-548-2807 306-621-1082 STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP

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BoundaryYTW_1x64.nil_R002338402.indd Advertisements and statements prepress2/KJherein 1x64L are the sole recontained sponsibility of the persons or enclass display wed/mp-tfc tities that post the advertisement, and the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association and membership do not make any warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, truthfulness or reliability of such advertisements. For greater information on advertising conditions, please consult the Association’s Blanket Advertising Conditions on our website at www.swna.com. BUYING SILVER coins, old paper currency, gold jewelry, old costume jewelry, military items, store signs, antiques and collectibles. Call 306-563-6794. GIBSON’S HAPPY Piggy Pork, farm-raised, no hormones, steroids or antibiotics. Fed on farm grain, averaging 200lbs., cut and wrapped, $2.50/lb. Call 1-306-3160489 or rolgibson@sasktel.net HARDY TREE, SHRUB, and berry seedlings delivered. Order online at www.treetime.ca or call 1-866873-3846. New growth guaranteed. NEW SCHWINN Exercise Bike. New Price $1,799. Must Sell Best Offer. New never used, still in box. Phone 306-695-2257. PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 500,000 readers weekly. Call Yorkton This Week NOW or 306-782-2465 or email classifieds@swna.com for details.

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1997 LINCOLN MK 8. Very good condition, class & performance. $7,500; 1984 Buick Park Ave. $1,000; 2 - 285/60/18 Falkin tires, 7kms on them. $250 for both. Call 306-783-7337. 2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING, 4 cyl, automatic, fully loaded, 120,00kms, safety done, runs nice. $3,500. Also a 2005 Chrysler Sebring V6, fully loaded, winter tires, safety done, 147,000kms, nice shape. $4,000. Call 306-5952213. 2004 OLDS Silhouette Van. Loaded, 3.4L well maintained, approx. 219,000kms, excellent vehicle. $2,500 OBO. 2006 Chevy Impala, loaded, 168,984kms. $4,200. Phone 306-563-5165. 2005 CHEVY Cobalt, 2dr, 5spd., spoiler, red. 137,600kms, excellent condition, new shocks, thermostat & 2 winter tires. $4,900 OBO. 306595-4873.

2006 CHRYSLER Sebring Touring. 78,000kms, loaded, immaculate condition, no accidents or rust, command start, 5 disc CD, pw/d/t, cruise, a/c, $6,500 OBO. Phone 306-586-5637. 2012 CHEVY Cruze, 4 dr, auto, p/s, p/b, 65,600 kms, nice condition, $15,000. OBO. Call 306-7836240.

Sports Utilities & 4X4s 2009 SATURN OUTLOOK XE AWD. Very clean inside and out, very good condition. Asking $9,000 OBO. 306-783-1880 or 306-621-7491.

Trucks & Vans

2004 FORD Lariat FWD F-150, 5.4 Triton motor, 236,000 kms. Call 204-546-2562. FOR SALE By Tender. 1993 Freightliner highway truck w/sleeper, 13 spd. transmission, 4 1/4hp motor, 60 series Detroit Motors. 306-595-4601.

RVs/Campers/Trailers TILT TRAILER (8 x10ft.) 15 inch tires, wired. Phone 306-782-7191.

Farm Implements GOOD’S USED TRACTOR PARTS (204) 564-2528 or 1-877-564-8734 Roblin, MB WANTED: UNUSED tractors, condition not too important. For export - cash in yard. Call 306-728-8345 or 306-728-4702. WANTED: IH Tractors, running or in need of repair. Looking for 66 series and older. Also, looking for a D19 or D21 Allis Chalmers. Phone 306-621-1556.

Houses for Sale

Wrecking over 250 units... cars and trucks. Lots of trucks... Dodge... GMC... Ford... Imports... 1/2 ton to 3 tons... We ship anywhere... Call or text 306-821-0260. Lloydminster.

NutraSun Foods Ltd. of Regina wants to buy your Organic Hard Red Spring and Conventional Hard White Wheat. Please contact Abe Ens at 306-751-2440.

Livestock

C. JONES TRUCKING SERVICE INC. Yorkton, Sask.

Available for long and short distance livestock hauling. Reasonable rates. Your choice • 53’ tridem trailer • 53’ quad trailer.

Phone 306-782-2830 or cell 306-621-9508 R001339243-jones_trucking.nil. FOR SALE: Polled Purebred 2 indd •class7010 •1x34L year old and yearling Charolais mp-eow-tfc bulls. Some sept14,28/12 red factor. Phone 306•sandy •prod3/dm 306-645-4383 435-7116, or 306645-2955. King’s Polled Charolais. REPLACEMENT HEREFORD Heifers. Nice groups. Call Joy Popowich evenings at 306-744-2508.

Pasture For Rent

Applications being accepted for available cattle allotments in the Garry Pasture until Dec. 15, 2016. Contact 306-647-2450 email: rm245@yourlink.ca or Garry Pasture Inc., Box 10, Jedburgh, SK S0A 1R0. Steel Buildings / Granaries

1981 DODGE D-150 Club Cab Truck. 8ft. box, 360 V8, auto, ps, pb, good for rough work. Asking $1,200. Phone 306-695-2257.

Auto Miscellaneous

SDL AGRA LTD. 56X1 R0011308096

SDL HOPPER CONES

14’ Hopper Econo $ 4x8 Skid .............. 14’ Hopper. Heavy duty. $ 2x4x4 Skid .......... 15’-10” Hopper M/Duty $ 2x4x4 Skid ........... 18’ Hopper M/Duty $ 2x4x4 Skid ........... 19’ Hopper M/Duty $ 2x4x4 Skid ...........

2,735 2,950 3,545 5,245 5,645

Pre-Paid Orders Only— Extra 5% Discount Applied on Above Prices 4 - 6 week delivery time Trucking Available, Steel Bin Floors, Bin Anchors Visa/Mastercard accepted.

SHOP: 306-324-4441 Margo, SK Houses for Sale SDLAgra_1x56.a02_ R0011345016.indd prod2/kj classified MP Dec. 2/16

Buy, rent, sell, hire, announce, looking, find, trade, read it in the classifieds in Yorkton This Week Phone 306-782-2465.

Farms for Sale

Acres of Expertise.

For all your buying or selling needs contact: Ed Beutler: Yorkton/Whitewood 306-620-7260 Jason Beutler: Yorkton/Estevan 306-735-7811 Doug Jensen: Melville/Raymore 306-621-9955

Saskatchewan's Farm & Ranch Specialists™ WITH OVER 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS! Phone: 306-569-3380 lanerealtycorp@sasktel.net

1997 Chevy Lumina. 4-door, green, 1 year old snow tires, 199,501kms, runs good. $1,500.00. 306-783-8438.

Wade Berlinic (306) 641-4667 Wade.Berlinic@HammondRealty.ca HammondRealty.ca

BRAND NEW

3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW

2 baths, attached double garage. Comes with 10 yr. progressive home warranty.

290,000

$

GST included. At

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THE KING OF SNOW®

Path Pro

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Steel Buildings / Granaries STEEL BUILDING SALE...”REALLY BIG SALE IS BACK EXTRA WINTER DISCOUNT ON NOW!” 20x19 $5,145; 25x27 $5,997; 28x27 $6,773; 30x31 $8,110; 36x33 $11,376; 40x43 $13,978. One End wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-855-212-7036 www.pioneersteel.ca

Career Training

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General Employment

PICKS OF THE WEEK “The Secret Life of Pets” (PG) — What do pets do when their humans aren’t around? “Toy Story”-esque adventures is the answer here. Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) is a good dog living blissfully in a Manhattan apartment, until his owner (Ellie Kemper) brings home a new pup, creating a canine rivalry. Tricked into leaving their dog walker, Max ends up on a cross-borough journey to find his way back home, evading animal control and the embittered gang of sewer-dwelling critters abandoned by their owners and lead by a furious bunny (Kevin Hart). The cast of comedic voice actors assembled here is truly impressive. Jenny Slate wins as a pumped up Pomeranian who attaches herself to Max’s cause. Al Brooks, Business Opportunities BREAST CANCER VENDING MACHINES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Brand New Launching Across Canada. Exceptionally High Cash Income with Rewarding lifestyle. Financing Available. Full Details CALL NOW 1-866-6686629 Website: www.vendingforhope.com HOME OFFICE: Energetic Business Manager required to help establish innovative Saskatchewan product. Sales/online experience. Vehicle, laptop, cell. Excellent renumeration and growth potential: bob@conceptmedia.ca

Auctions SENA Textile needs a part time Work from home (Dependable - self starter needed for these positions: Computer experience, training paid. Must be 18 Years and above). For more details contact senagroupofcompany@gmail.com THRIVING SEPTIC Business is looking for a responsible driver. Applicants must hold a class 5 with air brakes license and knowledge in septic pumps would be considered an asset. Need to have th ability to work independently and must be courteous and personable. Responsibilities, wage and hours will be discussed with applicants. If interested, call 306728-1377 or email resume to septicservicepumpout@ outlook.com

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Bobby Moynihan and Lake Bell also make great talking animals. Illumination Studios (“Despicable Me,” plus the sequels and “Minions” spin-off) has a long way to go before denting the Pixar and Dreamworks juggernauts, but this feature has enough direction and humor to rise above the crowded field of derivative talking CG-critters. “Jason Bourne” (R) — In the fifth installment, Matt Damon’s forgetful secret agent is still kicking, but it’s not entirely clear why ... or why we need to continue caring. Bourne, now lying low in Greece, finds out that his father was apparently involved in the sinister government program that made him a killing machine. Now on a renewed quest for the truth and targeted by yet another wrinkled spymaster (Tommy Lee Jones in this one), Bourne once again must punch, drive and shoot his way to the answers he seeks. Director Paul Greengrass re-takes the reins for this one, but there’s no bringing this character back to the

excitement and urgency of the first movies. The action set-pieces are still bare-knuckled and satisfying, especially the vehicular mayhem in Las Vegas. “Don’t Think Twice” (R) — A improv-troupe of best friends finds that one member’s showbiz success creates a crisis for the rest of them. Written and directed by veteran stand-up comic Mike Birbiglia, the movie is dripping with truth recognizable even to those nowhere near the professional comedy game. Jack (Keegan MichaelPeele) is chosen to rise from the small stage of weekend improv to the big time of a SNL-type show. His supportive pals in the troupe (including Birbiglia, Gillian Jacobs, Kate Micucci and Chris Gethard) are in a difficult spot, congratulating their friend while wondering if they’ll ever get their chance. “The Hollars” (PG-13) — Directed by and starring John Krasinski (TV’s “The Office”), this little indie dramedy has all the hallmarks of a little indie dramedy -- family drama centered on a dying parent, comedic actors

HEARTLAND BAPTIST CHURCH DECEMBER 4: SUNDAY 10:00AM

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showing serious sides, a bunch of pop songs jostling for position, and the protagonists pulled back to their small-town roots by the aforementioned dying parent. Margo Martindale plays the cancer-stricken, wisdom-carrying mother. Krasinski’s foray into the big city isn’t going as planned, and things aren’t perfect with his pregnant girlfriend (Anna Kendrick).

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General Employment

TV RELEASES “Beauty & the Beast: The Final Season” “Dead Rising: Endgame” “Family Guy: Season 14” “Greenleaf: Season 1” “Scream Queens — 01”

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AIR SEEDER CARTS 2016 BOURGAULT 71330 ......................................................$309,000 2013 BOURGAULT 7950 ........................................................$199,000 BOURGAULT 7700'S .................................................. FROM $188,009 2016 BOURGAULT 7550 ........................................................$169,000 BOURGAULT 6700 .................................................................$125,009 BOURGAULT 6550'S .................................................... FROM $85,009 BOURGAULT 6450 ...................................................................$69,000 BOURGAULT 5440'S .................................................... FROM $36,009 BOURGAULT 5350'S .................................................... FROM $35,000 BOURGAULT 2155 .....................................................................$1,000 JD 1910'S...................................................................... FROM $33,000 JD 1900'S...................................................................... FROM $29,000 2011 CASE 3430 ......................................................................$55,000 FLEXI-COIL 2320 TOW BETWEEN ...........................................$6,009 FLEXI-COIL 2320 ...................................................................... $6,000

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COMBINES 2016 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$555,000 2016 JD S680 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$525,000 2015 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$485,000 2015 JD S680 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$455,000 2014 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$399,000 2013 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) .............................................$359,000 2009 JD 9870 (LESS HEADER), 1200 HRS ...........................$192,000 2004 JD 9860 (LESS HEADER) 2600 HRS ............................115,000 2008 JD 9770 (LESS HEADER), 1453 HRS ...........................$159,000 2004 JD 9760 (LESS HEADER) 1700 HRS .............................118,000 2004 JD 9660 (LESS HEADER) 2015 HRS ............................ 118,000 2001 JD 9650 (LESS HEADER) 2120 HRS ............................... 69,000 2011 CASE 9120 (LESS HEADER), 1300 HRS ......................$199,009 2009 CASE 8120 (LESS HEADER), 1300 HRS ......................$179,009 2006 CASE 8010, 2014 HRS ..................................................$131,750 2010 NEW HOLLAND SC8080, 1358 HRS ............................$189,000 2006 NEW HOLLAND CR960, 1658 HRS ................................$95,200 2002 NEW HOLLAND CX840...................................................$89,000

SWATHERS SOLD 2016 35' JD W150, 36 HRS ................................................... $158,000 2014 40' JD W150, 218 HRS ..................................................$129,000 2013 35' JD W150, 535 HRS ..................................................$129,000 2014 30' MACDON M155 + 2014 16' HAY HEADER, 567 HRS .....$159,000 2014 35' JD W235 ..................................................................$145,000

HEADERS 2016 JD 635D HEADSITE/CROSS AUGER/TRANS ...............$89,000 2015 JD 635D HEADSITE/CROSS AUGER/TRANS ...............$86,000 2014 JD 635D HEADSITE/CROSS AUGER/TRANS ...............$83,000 2014 JD 635D CROSS AUGER ................................................$75,000 2013 JD 635D CROSS AUGER ................................................$69,500 2012 JD 635D/TRANSPORT ....................................................$59,000 2011 JD 635D/TRANSPORT ....................................................$54,000 2009 JD 635D ...........................................................................$39,000 2010 JD 635D/TRANSPORT ....................................................$49,000 2010 JD 640D/TRANSPORT .................................................. $49,000 2016 JD 615P PICKUP HEADER.............................................$30,000 2014 JD 615P PICKUP HEADER.............................................$26,000 2012 JD 615P PICKUP HEADER.............................................$22,000

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