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2 Broadcaster Press January 30, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com School Lunch Menus Menus listed below are for January 31 – February 6. Menus are subject to change without notice. Vermillion Schools Breakfast Available everyday: Breakfast entrée or choice of cereals with toast. Fruit or Fruit Juice, Milk choices Wednesday – A. Iced Long John, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Apple Wedges, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Thursday – A. Egg and Cheese Biscuit Sandwich, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Pears, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Friday – A. Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Peaches, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Monday – A. French Toast Sticks, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Pears, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Tuesday – A. Egg and Cheese Taco Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Mixed Fruit, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Vermillion Elementary Schools Lunch Wednesday – A. Domino’s Pizza, B. Fish and Cheese Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – A. Toasted Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Meatloaf and Dinner Roll, B. Chicken Nuggets and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Pork Fritter Sandwich, Zesty Black Beans Tuesday – A. Beef Stroganoff, B. Corn Dog, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Vermillion Middle School Lunch Wednesday – Domino’s Pizza, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – Toasted Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – Meatloaf and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Monday – Chicken Fajitas, Zesty Black Beans Tuesday – Beef Stroganoff, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Vermillion High School Lunch Wednesday – Meatloaf and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Thursday – Toasted Ham and Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – Baked Fish and Cheese Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Monday – Chicken Fajitas, Zesty Black Beans Tuesday – Beef Stroganoff with Dinner Roll, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll St.Agnes School Lunch Wednesday – A. Domino’s Pizza, B. Fish and Cheese Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – A. Toasted Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Meatloaf and Dinner Roll, B. Chicken Nuggets and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Pork Fritter Sandwich, Zesty Black Beans Tuesday – A. Beef Stroganoff, B. Corn Dog, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Elk Point-Jefferson Breakfast Wednesday – A. Iced Long John, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Apple Wedges, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Thursday – A. Breakfast Sliders, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Pears, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Friday – A. Iced Long John, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Peaches, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Monday – No School Tuesday – A. Egg and Cheese Taco Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Mixed Fruit, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Elk Point-Jefferson Elementary School Lunch Wednesday – A. Pork Fritter Sandwich, B. Chicken Nuggets and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Thursday – A. Bosco Sticks with Marinara Sauce, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Toasted Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, B. Pizza, Mixed Vegetables Monday – No School Tuesday – A. Beef Stroganoff, B. Corn Dog, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Elk Point-Jefferson Middle & High School Dakota Senior Meals Served at The Main Street Center & Town Square, “Meals on Wheels”. Please call before 9:00am to schedule or cancel a meal at 624-7868. Menus listed below are January 31 – February 6. Menus are subject to change without notice. All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted. Wednesday – 3oz Liver and Onions, 1/2c Company Potatoes, 1/2c Parslied Carrots, 1/2c Fruit Cocktail Thursday – Cheeseburger Pie, 1/2c Green Beans, 1/2c Berry Fruit Salad, Banana Friday – 3oz Salisbury Steak in Brown Gravy, 1/2c Mashed Potatoes, 1/2c Creamed Cabbage, 1/2c Apricots Monday – 3oz Hamburger with Bun, 1/2c Tater Tots, 1/2c Baked Beans, 1/2c Pears Tuesday – Two Swedish Meatballs, 1/2c Parslied Potatoes, 1/2c Berry Fruit Salad Dave Says Boss Says Get a Credit Card Dear Dave, I recently got a new job that requires monthly expenses of almost $5,000 that are reimbursed. I can’t swing that kind of money right now, and my company told me to get a credit card to cover things. I’m trying to get out of debt, and I don’t like this idea. What should I do? John Dear John, Your company should be fronting the money for these expenses. When you talk about the cost of doing busiDave ness, it’s the responsibility of the company — not the employee — to pay expenses. If I send someone on the road to make money for my company, I pay the bills. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about hotel rooms, airfare, or rental cars, those are my expenses. If it’s someone who travels a lot, we give them a company debit card. If it’s just an occasional thing, we’ll give them money out of petty cash. But a company shouldn’t treat its employees this way. That’s just plain wrong. It’s a mystery to me how some segments of Corporate America have sold their employees on the idea of being the company bank. Ultimately, the decision is yours. If you don’t mind covering your company’s expenses and getting reimbursed, but you don’t want to go into debt, you’ll have to save and build up a $5,000 business Ramsey Thank you, anonymous person who cleared my driveway on East Main last Tuesday! You are an angel! Mary Anne expense fund in a separate checking account. This should be used only for business expenses, and what’s spent should be replenished immediately when they reimburse you. You’re in an unusual spot, John. Personally, I think this is an unprofessional way to run a business. But if you like your job, and want to stay without taking on any more debt, the good news is you’ll only have to fill up your expense account one time. Good luck! — Dave Well Meaning, But Misguided Dear Dave, My sister has bad credit due to a lot of late payments. She has finally started to change her ways and get control of her finances, because she and her fiancé want to make an offer on a house. The bank won’t approve it if she is on the loan, and his income alone isn’t enough to get the amount they need. His parents are well-off, and they have offered to co-sign on the loan. Is this a bad idea? Rhonda Dear Rhonda, It’s a really bad idea. Those two have no business thinking about a house right now, and his parents are about to make things even worse with their loving, misguided help. If you need a co-signer, you’re nowhere near ready to buy a home. They need to slow down. I mean, they’re just engaged. They don’t even need a house at this point. They should get married, live in a cheap apartment for a while, and work on paying off their debts. After that, they need to save up an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses, then start setting cash aside for a huge down payment on their first, modest home. These two have a bad case of house fever. And mom and dad need to step back, look at things objectively, and realize they would not be blessing these kids by helping get them into a home they obviously can’t afford! — Dave * Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money and business, and CEO of Ramsey Solutions. He has authored seven bestselling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 12 million listeners each week on 575 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the web at daveramsey.com. Come and get it! Chili, Soup & Pie Supper Grain Bin Dealer First Baptist Church 101 E. Main St. Thursday, Feb. 8th 5-7 pm All you can eat soup and 1 slice of pie Adults $6 Kids 4-12 $4 3 and under free Tuesday, February 6th 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM IRRIGATION SALES & SERVICE Irrigation PVC, Wire Installed, Well Drilling Domestic & Irrigation Pump Installation WATERLINE & ELECTRIC TRENCHING Tree & Concrete Removal, Site Clearing, & Ditch Trenching ALL TYPES OF DIRT WORK - FREE ESTIMATES Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall 816 E Clark Street, Vermillion, SD. 605.624.4442 Bobcats • Crane • Dozers • Excavators • Grader Grain Trailer • Scrapers • Side Dumps • Trenchers Vermillion, SD (605)670-9567 Hartington, NE (402)254-2568 Licensed in SD, NE & IA Serving: Soup, breads, crackers, dessert, coffee, water & milk A free meal for the whole community Lunch Wednesday – A. Pork Fritter Sandwich, B. Chicken Nuggets and Dinner Roll, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Thursday – A. Bosco Sticks with Marinara Sauce, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Toasted Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup, B. Pizza, Mixed Vegetables Monday – No School Tuesday – A. Beef Stroganoff, B. Corn Dog, Peas, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Irene-Wakonda School Breakfast Available every day: Breakfast entrée or Choice of cereals w/toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Wednesday – Long John Donut, Fruit, Milk Choices Thursday – Sausage Pancake Stick, Fruit, Milk Choices Friday – No School Monday – Breakfast Pizza, Fruit, Milk Choices Tuesday – Cheesy Eggs and Toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Chocolate Chip Cookie Thursday – A. Mac and Cheese with Bread, B. Pepperoni Pizza, Sidekicks Frozen Juice Cup Friday – No School Monday – A. Italian Pasta Bake with Breadstick, B. Cheeseburger, Green Beans Tuesday – A. Pulled Pork Sandwich, B. Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans Irene-Wakonda Middle & High School Lunch Wednesday – A. Beef and Cheese Burrito, B. Popcorn Chicken, C. Roast Beef and Cheese Sub, Green Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Thursday – A. Mac and Cheese with Bread, B. Pepperoni Pizza, C. Turkey and Cheese Sub, Sidekicks Frozen Juice Cup Friday – No School Monday – A. Italian Pasta Bake with Breadstick, B. Cheeseburger, C. Ham and Cheese Sub, Green Beans Tuesday – A. Pulled Pork Sandwich, B. Crispy Chicken Sandwich, C. Cold Cut Sub, Baked Beans Irene-Wakonda Elementary School Lunch Wednesday – A. Beef and Cheese Burrito, B. Popcorn Chicken, Green Beans, At Any Price By Daris Howard Don’s wife called out to him. “Don, the phone’s for you.” Don picked up the receiver and said hello. “Don,” the man’s voice on the line said, “this is Charles. You delivered a load of hay to me today.” “Yes,” Don replied. “Is there a problem?” “The hay is no good. My cows won’t eat it. I’m not willing to pay more than fifty dollars per ton for it.” Don gasped. “Fifty dollars! But we agreed on one hundred and fifty, and that was a good price for you with what most hay is going for right now.” “Well, I can’t pay you that much if the cows won’t eat it,” Charles said. Don took a deep breath and tried to consider what to do. While Don was thinking, Charles continued. “I will have a check out to you tomorrow.” “I haven’t agreed to that,” Don said. “I will need to think about it and get back to you.” When Don’s wife walked in, she asked, “What was that all about?” Don told her the story. When he finished, he said, “Hay prices almost everywhere are more than a hundred and seventy-five per ton. I was giving him a good deal at one fifty.” “Does he usually cheat people?” Don’s wife asked. “I don’t know,” Don replied. “It’s my first time dealing with him.” Don decided to call some other farmers to see what they could tell him about Charles. One old, retired farmer said he had been in the very same situation with Charles. “What did you do?” Don asked. “There wasn’t much I could do. It’s a long way out to his place, and we used his tractor to unload the hay. He wasn’t about to let me use it to load it up and take it away.” The more Don thought about it, the madder it made him. Besides, hay was scarce, and prices were still climbing. He probably could have sold it for more, but Charles had talked him down. Don finally made a decision. He called his son and asked him if he could take the next day off from work. “I’ll pay you to work for me,” Don told him. Don loaded his tractor on the flatbed trailer. The next day bright and early, with Don in the semi and his son in the pickup pulling the trailer with the tractor on it, they were on their way to Charles’s farm. They arrived mid-morning. Charles was nowhere to be seen, just as Don had hoped. Don quickly loaded the hay back onto his truck. Charles had fed part of one bale, so Don loaded what was left of it into the back of his pickup. Don and his son were soon on their way back home. That night Don received an angry phone call from Charles. “What in the devil’s name am I supposed to feed my cows?” Charles asked. “That’s not my problem,” Don said. Charles hung up angrily. But a few days later he called back and was more humble. “I’m willing to pay you the full one hundred and fifty for your bad hay,” Charles said. “I can’t find any anywhere else.” Don had expected the call might come. Farmers share information with each other when someone tries to cheat them. Besides, most of the hay in the valley was already sold. “I’ve already sold it at two hundred per ton,” Don said. “It goes out tomorrow.” “But we had a deal,” Charles said, hotly. “We did, and you broke it,” Don replied. “I’ll pay you two-hundred and five a ton,” Charles said. “I’ve just got to have some hay.” “Sorry,” Don replied. “If your cows won’t eat it at one-fifty per ton, they won’t eat it at any price.” Everyone knows that’s just the way cows are. - Stone Soup - Three soldiers trudged down a road in a strange country. Tired. Hungry. Ahead of them they saw the lights of a village. "Maybe we will find a bite to eat here." But the peasants of that place feared strangers. "Here come three soldiers. Soldiers are always hungry. But we have little enough for ourselves." And they hurried to hide their food. The soldiers stopped. "Could you spare a bit of food for three hungry soldiers?" The people had no food to give away. They all had good reasons. Then the first soldier called out, "Good people! You have no food. Well then, we'll have to make stone soup. First we'll need a large iron pot. And now, water to fill it and a fire to heat it. And now, if you please, three round smooth stones." The peasants' eyes grew round as they watched the soldiers drop the stones into the pot. "Any soup needs salt and pepper," said the soldiers, as they began to stir. Children ran to fetch salt and pepper. "Stones like these generally make good soup. But oh, if there were carrots, it would be much better." A woman came back with her apron full of carrots. "A good stone soup should have cabbages from the cupboard. Another came with cabbages from the cupboard. "If only we had a bit of beef and a few potatoes, this soup would be good enough for a rich man's table." A rich man's soup - - and all from a few stones. At last, the soup was ready. "All of you shall taste," the soldiers said, "but first a table must be set." Such a soup! How good it smelled! Never had there been such a feast. Never had they tasted such soup. And fancy, made from stones!
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