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neglect Can roulette bet or dog La~s 3. Dentists refer to jaw and gums as -- tissues 4. People not sailors 5. Electrocardiogram is abbre. viated as --. --. G, 6. Mohammedan judge 7 .Norway capital 8. Ra:smg on sticks 9, Era before A.D. 10. Change fabric color 11. Dent--s, false teeth 12. Capable of sense or feeling 13. --- __ h a v e cavities? Then care for your teeth properly: 2 words 15. Renown 17. Tasty beans 20. Bubi~le water vigorously 22. Nothings 24. Enter: Abbr, 2,5. Mirth and merriment 30. Teeth with one point, eye- tooth 31. For each one bought 32. Body, in anatomy 33. Cries sadly 34. Walk to and -- 36. Madame Curie's first name 38. Incisor, for example 40. Eating patterns vital to of strong, well-formed teeth 41, Superior group 43. Current attitude t o w a r d cause of tooth decay ~4. Goad used by elephant rider 45. Scrapes harshly 49. Usual time of day for break. fast 50. SubsLances found in food that build and maintain body tissues, give energy, regulate body processes 52. Army meal 54. Wisdom, ingenmty 55. Take turns 57. You pay --ly for tooth neglect 62. Breastbones 6,3. Fish eggs 65. Perched upon 66 California white oak 67, Strong grinding tooth ~8. Fencing sword 70, Holiday festivals 73, Weights: Abbr. 74, A cereal breakfast is -- to prepare 75 Amount of medicine 77. Intelligence test results 78. Tennis string 83. "----enwide," saysthe dentist 84. Regarding: Abbr. 86 Approved, in good condi- tion For information concerning r,:'a:!u to eat cereals and the dental caries question, write to Home Economics Services, Kellogg Company, P. O, Box GDS, Battle Creek, MichLpan 49016. For Solulion, See Page 12 nine I conquered,,: used for wm 2 words of the text a habit to visit regularly for drink. 2 wds. Abbr. food a breath -_,_ for also as a cereal sugar added agreeably Abbr. film on teeth )r play Rhoades named Princess lhoades, -, " ;-~t uaughter of L, Rhoades of appointed to serve West Virginia on. Glenville State riding, was chosen by if a cat it is hearing test will be COarad Hotel in i third Wednesday of Z P.m. to 4 p.m. by Hyre. Certified ,~D SERVICE ; W. PIJke St. 263O1 viding contrast in both flavor and texture. Quick to prepare, Easy Orchard Cobbler is a welcome finale at any meal. With self-rising flour there's less fuss. Salt and leavening are already added, so you can whip up biscuits in a jiffy. Deserving of praise, too, is the fact that three es~ntial B.vitamins -- niacin, thiamine and riboflavin - and two important minerals, calcium and iron, are in all products made from enriched self- rising flour. Easy Orchard Cobbler one 2-quart cobbler 1 can (I lb. 5 oz.) cherry pie filling I can (I lb. 14 oz.) peach slices, drained, reserving juice ~/5 cup slivered almonds Combine pie filling, peaches, t cup peach juice and almonds in a 2-quart baking dish. Bake in preheated 425 oven until fruit mixture bubbles vigorously, about 35 minutes. Drop Orange Cob- bler Topping onto hot fruit mixture by tablespoonfuls; return to 425* oven and bake 20 minutes more, or until cobbler is done. Orange Cobbler Topping: 2 cups enriched self-rising flour* 2 teaspoons grated orange rind cup shortening cup milk 6 tablespoons orange juice Stir together flour and orange rind. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Combine milk and orange juice. Add to flour to make a thick batter, stirring only until flour is moistened. *Spoon flour into dr-), measuring cup; level. Do not scoop. From the: Test Kitchen Self-Rising Flour and Corn Meal Program, Inc. 14 East Jackson Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 60604 Area Code 312 427-7744 March, 1975 HOME Aluminum Siding? Additions? New Construction? Roofing? Fed up with HIGH Prices? YOU NEED ME/ Auburn Builders, Inc. ' Box 84 Auburn, W. Va. 26325 Ph. 349-2573 No ObligaJion For freedom on the road, fewer gas stops, no parking hassles, easy maintenance, and just plain fun, nothing on four wheels compares to a Kawasaki KZ-400 Special. Smooth, quiet, economical 398cc engine. Synchronized 5-speed transmission. * Plush, comfortable saddle for two. htSEE. March 27, I~FTS The G~viile Democrat/Pathfinder 7 Wesleyan to cut funds to WVWC-FM The subscriber-supported West broadcasting, station spokesman said. Virginia Wesleyan College radio One proposal to be put before the station, WVWC-FM, may go off the air school's board of trustees at a March in September due to a cut in funds 20 meeting is that the station be Administrators of the college have offered to the West Virginia Educatioal decided the station must be eliminated Broadcasting Authority, the spokes- because of "the higher cost of utilities man said. and inflation.' ~ it mat Almost advertisement free, the ~ it ~ station employs six full-time staff ~r'm members and has 40 students working I ~, on a volunteer basis, it has been l q. ~lllq operating since September, 1968, and !!11 /ll ' features a broad spectrum of llUtll.li'ql " programming such as classical and 1 llll]l~ lldl~i~. Ii pop music, and various public interest I ~1 ~ ~'", and variety shows, including news and i ==JI Ii~hl~.~l~ t | " interpretive news features, i U lii iI If alternate sources of funding can [ !l[_lMdlli ~_ be found, the station will continue ~1~ EDDIE'$ VOLKSWAGEN $ERWCE 611 Mineral Rd., Glenvdle, W. Vn. Complete Volkswagen Service Overhauls: Tune-ups - Brake Jobs; Etc Phone 462-8530 JUST IN TIME FOR FALL & SCHOOl. WESTON, W.VA. YOUR LEADING CLOTHIER FOR 76 YEARS ii i e And .tlllt eui ~oull*l~ ind wlti-lrlllletl lliltilllll. A I I - IIII III I ii It now lit C~llil wlleili yal clul plll il i~ I 1o tllul Monday Et Friday 9:00 to 8:00 Tuesday thru Thursdays 9:00 El. 5:00 J~