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9A JEWELL COUNTY RECO~O Thursday Feot~ary 1B, 2016 Classifieds- Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-319I or come to 148 E, Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. FOR SALE 20" 40' 45' 48' 53" Stor- age conlamers c~ntralcontainer net o~ 785-655-9430 15 STEEL BUILDINGS: Diamond Steel Structures, faclory direct pricing, Pfe- season $1,000 dL~g:ount if ordered befoce Match 15, www,diamondsteel structures.com. Catr 844,-297-8335, FOR SALE: Three Zimmatic easter pivots, mOdels: 307. 310ar~410, low hoots, goocl gale. pipe. w~ main- fainad. Pdced ~>aded on atruck. 701- 742-3223. 16 18-Household Goods CHEST OF drawers, old fashioned dish cabinet, square picnic table with tout benches. Can be seen east ot garage at 12th and Kansas, Joy Barnes. 402-879-3634. 18-7 -2p 91-Feed and Seed SMALL SQUAFI E bales, alfalfa-bmrne mix, wire-lie, shodded, in Mankalo. call 785-545.6049. 16-t-tic 23-Recreational RV AND SIx~rt Show featuring boats, TOpeka. Kan Expocentre,Screamin' Deals. Friday 2-t9. 1-Ypm, Satu~lay 2-20,10am-Ypm. Sunday 2-21.11 am- 41:x"n, 30+ brands, www.TopekaRV show.corn 1-800-756471~-B 2,3 36 Thank you THE FAMILY OF KENNY GIGER would like to thank all who roached oat to Kennyrs family d Jring the lirr~ of his death. The cards, vis/ls, flow- ers, food, memorials and help from neighbors were greatly appreciate, A special thac~ks goes to the Superior Good Samaritan Society. their staff and great nurses, The acts ol kind- ness mean more than yoo will ever know. Kenny will live on in our hearts torever. Phttlis, Roger, Rick and fami- lies. 36-7-~Jp THANK YOU to our famJfy and friends who remembered us on out 60th An- niversaw by all the many likes and messages on Facebook and cards we recewed. Jt was great to receive each and ~ry one of ttmm, Ray'and Margaret Kamatz. 36-7-1c Gluten free diets Continued front page 4 festal industry a.~d alLows people r ~ quifing the special diet to make heal.lh- fsl food choices with con/idence. When "'gluten free" ,~ 4.1%L'~ on the ~abei, a food is requLred tu contai~ less th~ 20 pa~ts per million ot' glulen. The zule alg) requires fi,xls claiming "'no glu- ten," "ftc~ uf glulett" a ,ld "without gluten" to meet the definition for"glu- ten rice," Gluten may also be used in ~ome i~escrlptioa drugs, as well ~ some cosmetics, multivitamins and mineral supplements. "lf you ~qinre a glmen-fre diel, you wi.~.l want to ask the pharmacist if your prescribed medications comain gluten:' Pn~:ter ~aid. "Pr~UCL~ avail- able over the com~tcr a~ required to he labeled ~ consumers can d~termine if they contain gluten," Procter ~aid gluten ha-~ long been ct~n.~iderc*J i~fl of a. ~onnd diet lb~ healthy people; however, il isn't ~. semta]. "The body doem'l need staten to he healthy.'" she ~a id, "'P~xJucts have been developed Ihat contain altema- live ingredients and can accomplish many of the same characte~ri-*,t[c~ we anrihute IO gluten, withoul the nega- tive of feels that ~ullle people experi- ence when they eat ghlten.containing Itx',ds." For ~ome people, g~w~l health de- pe~ds ,nt the elimination el gluten a~d ~,heat te~xJs t~'~m Ihe dt l. 'd'a: ~aid. People with celiac disea~ and others v. he a~ i ntuk, ranl of gluten mu~t adopt ag, lulen- frc-~diel to COnLff)I .~ymptoms, Here are more detailsalmal the II1L~LI- ca4 conditions that require, a gluten- free diet. Celiac disea~.e .~omelime-~ spelled "c|stliac'" anti fornlal]y known a .~ "ce- liax." sprue") affects ah~-t 1 p 'rcen~ of the North Antencan i'mpuiation -- ap- proximately 3 million people m the United States alone. Celiac disea~ is an autuimmlme di~,+rder -- the only one when: the trigger lin this ease, gluten) is known. Ccii;ic dal~ages flze HELP WANTED Administrative Assistant with bookkeeping experience. Need to be proficient in Excel, Word and Publisher. Send resume to Teresa M. Sullivan 427 Highway 14 Superior, NE 68978 Or email HELP WANTED MetalQuest Unlimited A Progressive, State of the Art manufacturing company in Hebron, Neb. seeks CNC Operator Experienced operators for several first and second shift positions, to oversee the operation of Okuma Mills and Lathes Manufacturing experience is preferred but will train the right candidate. MetalOuest offers a competitive compensation package that includes comprehensive medical, retirement, etc, For more information visit www.metalquest.net an0 select "Careers"or call Superior Applic,~'a~m ,~ maT" he picked tip at lhe City Office at 17 5 W 411~ St in Sttperior. . ,~,i ,i i ~. ,-r, ApFlicafion & msrtmd must be rot,meal to the City Office by Friday, Feb. 26 at 4:.lOp m ' Park Board Is Now Taking Applications For Municipal Pool Manager, Assistant Manager and Life Guards I~X)L MANAGER REQUIREMENTS I. Minimum Age- 19 2. Take State clinic and ptss test or current pool operalors certificate IAFE GUARD REQUIREMENTS 1. Minimum Age- 15 years at openingot" ~a~n 2. LifeGuard Certification {l.deGuard Ir,+inrng Ava, labl } Plea~" ir~clude a copy of your resume with your application villi tlhe finger-like projections) ~t 1he small intestine where nutrients are ab- sorbed. This may result in decrea~d absorption of nutrienls fi-om I'o~=d, which in tom tan lead in dietary deft- ,encies. Tae disease may become ap- pa~n! when an infant begins eating eet~.als containing gluten, or it may not appear until later in life- Ahmt half of ediac parents experience gastmintes- t iaa] sy raptures, including bloat lag.gas and/or din,hen. The ~ymptom~ vary from cme p~rstm [o another, which makes an accurate diagnosis difficult. Derma(ills herpetiformis is a type or 1ia~ riga.so that not only result outwardly in a painful skin rash when gluten is eaten, hut it al~o damages the smaI~ ime.~tinc of must ~<~0plc with this conditiem. Diagnosis is made through a skin bio~y and blood tests. Non-celiac gluten sen~itwity dif- fers from celiac, because it is not an alI~rgy or autoimmur, e disease. PeopLe with NCG$ may have gas~'ointesfinal symptoms similar to people with ce- liac disease, including dianhea, cun- Stil'~tion bloating and exces,gas, d~mgh synlpttnnscan vaD. widely flora one pertain tt) anuther. There are no tests at this lime that delermine NCGS. but a diagnosis is made by the physi- cian once celiac disease and other txm- ditions are ruled ~ml- Research conlin- ues on NCGS, becau ,e murhab~iut it is unknown. Eatingcertain cartx~hydrates as well as olher pa~s of wheal 4 besides glutenl may also mgger symptoms. ~ some people with this diagnosis most avoid additional foods and ing redient s beyond gluten Procter said pectple diagm~c'd wilh gluten-related disorders should tbl~ow a g'~men.free diel, "~Ihe recent popu- lanty of gluten.flee diet++ is due in part to increased dmgnosis of such condi- ttons++' she ~aid. "'and also because of ~hc dtaznarz~: health F~nefit.~ re;ted by ~n~e v, ho ehmlnate gluten trom their dirt m alXt ~malefft,rl torelleve symp- t,+m~ Std I. others ten,icier adopting a glutrn-trce diet for rea ~ms tmrelated to celiac disease ~r g],uten intolerance, a s they heheve it to be a healthful eatin[ plan that helps them to lose weight and ilnl~>Ve thor nutrition" l~a~-ter ~mid it'sinnI',onant for people to check with 1heir heal th care prov idcr before thnlnaling gluten from their diet. '"The diagnosis of celiac disease. based on blood tesls and a biopsy<,fthe small intestine may not be accurate if a gluten.free diet is started before test- tag," she said. +A strict gluten-fr~ diet. withoul sub~t~tul,on for the int- pt+~+ml nutrients found in grain foods, could over time lead to dietary deft- ciencies '" While it iS not consider~al danger- ous to eat gluten free+ Procter warns consumers to not omit any entire food group from their meals tml~s ad vL ~M by their heal'& care provider. Glulen- fn:e diets have pot been shown to be effective weight-loss programs. But, if g~.uten avoidance is needed, she en- courages including other grains that doa't contain gluten so J, mportant nu- trieaLs such as iron. folio acid and other B vitamins are sol limited in the diet. " [~ete are many glme~1-1ree ~r:un fi,xis available.'" he said -;tnd man) of the 'hoice~ are ent ic her w i lh,m~r- rant aqutrients and go~d scmrces or fi- ber/' There are dlfference~, betwee,1 wheatat]ergv:.~, and Simon intolcranc~"s. Different from h,th celiac diso~ and ram-celiac glmen scnsilivily, a ~'heal allergy is an allergic reaction to wheat or its cold,merits, such a-~ slarches~ prOleins and even *hi- A tree wheat allergy will bring about near-immedb ate or slightly delayed syntptont-', foi- YEARLING GELBVIEH BULLS FOR SALE Reds and Black available, all pelted Excellent growth EPD's Calm disposition Vaccinated, semen tested Delivery available, will hold until April 1 Asking $3,000 each Call Dam+an or Jackie Ouffy Triple D CuRie GuMe Rock, NE 402-257-2082 (H) 402-984-4251 (C) -,! UTIUTY WORKER- City of Mankato, Kan, The City of Mankato Is taking applications for a Utility Worker. This position is skilled work on the maintenance of city streets and alleys requiring operation of heavy equipment, Responsibirities inctude, but are not limited to: Patching and resurfacing streets, mowing, snow removal and assisting in other areas as needed Mankato offers a competitive wage, heaRh insurance, KPER$ retirement, vacation and sick pay and other benefils. foretasted persons can e-mail resumes to MankatoOnc~n.com Or stop by the City Office, 217 South High Street between 8:00 am, till noon or 1::00 p.m. till 5:00 p.m. 1o pick up an application, , ~ The Cily o[ Manhole is ~ EOE Gent Transfer Technician Laboratory Technician Outside 0peratlons-Maintenance , Backup 0ellvery Driver Zoltenko Farms, Inc, A progressive and family-owned livestock q~mflonlocat~l near Hardy, N~=b. is see~i~ I:>ott+ fulb~lme and ~tt-tlme members to join our growiag loam. This is a fast-paced and leam-0nemecl envlr0nment wi~ rapidly evolving work objeclives. Some ol~ ZFI's open positions include: Reliabl~ transportab0n required. Applcal=ons remain aClive for 5 months Irom cornplelion Oats, Pre-hire physical an(1 drug screen ~equire~, II ZO ~MfO f~ at. t h,~ '7~ .t~,g~" I-leallh Insura~ Paid Time-Off, Supplemenlat Insurance, Free pork provided. Zoltenko Farm=, in,Is EEO, Well c~ualified applicants should call (785) 278-5405 or entail careers@zfistud.com for an application. .~-~- ~ :,~ G~:, :-, ]r,~;,r,61cnl I laeteSD.~.E,~e .',l],~,f' ~" " 'LEt:'.: .FC.=-jr~' Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate far more iufarmatioa or to sdtcduh' an dPlJoinlt~w~t! t,ieo' thcsl' homes, cat! Dt'borltt~ Wl+nue 785-378-3008 BeJoit. Kan 67420 785-738-2010 www.zauction-palace.com Jowing u wh ,d-~Olltalntng meal. ~ald "'L~ke ~the~ allergLes, wheat allergy symptom~ a~ ellen ~pir~toD' in na- lure tna~.al cor, ge~,tl -aL whee,q,g, wa- tery eye~l, bul may e~'alate m breath- ing difficulty and ~h(v,:k.'" she .~aid "People diag,osed with a wheat al- lergy need to avoid fi~x[s that contain wheat ingredients. ]L is iml~rtant to note thin some gluten-free fix~ls may conlain other w]~eat components~ es- pecially il~ -EuJrope '+ In .~,b.on, a wheat al}er[~) and gluten intolermtce are Iwo colnple. b differ ent ptoble mswith similar, hut not ,den- tical, treatments. Procter offers the-,e tips fi~r 1.~vlng the gluten-free lifeslyl : I. hlen|ify fixgk you enjoy now thai me ~hlten ttec. Going g]uten l~ may be challenging. Initial]) you may think of all the I'~J~% y,m mum av~>id. which can feel overwhelming. Instead of feeling deprived, foC'tL% on the tbods you can eat+ including those thai df=n+l have gluten naturally and the gr<=wing number of gluten-f~e producls avail- able 2. Read labels, and cheek them care- futly each time ym~ shop. Make label reading a priority fi+r your 1~alth For those foHt~win~ a gluten-free diet, it is essen!ia] to read i~oduct labeixoffia~s not labck'~ 'gluten free" each lime you shop Gluten-free labels may he hid- den in unexpected places {e.g Ic~:ated in one ptaee on ,me hrand t+t' pasta muee hal i~ another place