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its ■jsr The "double convex" head of the NEW Protex Double-Curve y Jfsjjr ' toothbrush is a revolutionary advance in toothbrush design. Prove its advantages for yourself. j. Look in a mirror. Study the shape of your jaw. Now fit the head £!*- y our P ro t ex Double-Curve brush behind your teeth — that hard-to-reach area where tartar collects. See how the unique DOUBLE & CURVE gives double efficiency in cleansing your teeth. \ yy'.-gay Protex "Double-Curve" MUST be doubly effective .... not only for vw\ \a\ vL ' ns '^ e surfaces of your teeth, but outside and in between as well. V\m\Wpi|»The tufts are made of scientifically perfect Nylon, and the Protex Doublef&\ehHavP\ is sealed in cellophane for your protection. Sold everywhere. i 5 Sl%i Reg. Designs Xtimhcri 4811, 4812, 4848. TOOTHBRUSH" Make delicious creamy custard this way— jcf'a &}'"\ From a pint of milk take sufficient to mix one heaped dessertspoon of Edmonds Custard Intolt, all the time. Let timmer y/ Christchurch.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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