Radio stars (Oct 1935-Sept 1936)

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RADIO STARS "OUTRAGEOUS!" S*ys MODERN SOCIETY "SPLENDID!" Says THE MODERN DENTIST IT ISN'T BEING DONE, BUT IT'S TO PREVENT "PINK TOOTH BRUSH CAN'T you just hear the shocked whispers flash around a dinner table at her conduct? . . . "How terrible". . . "How perfectly awful" . . . And they'd be right — from a social angle. But your dentist would come to her defense— promptly and emphatically. "That's an immensely valuable lesson in the proper care of the teeth and gums," would be his reaction . . . "Vigorous chewing, rougher foods, and more primitive eating generally, would stop a host of complaints about gum dis orders — and about 'pink tooth brush.' " For all dentists know that soft, modern foods deprive teeth and gums of what they most need — plenty of exercise. And of course, "pink tooth brush" is just a way your gums have of asking for your help, and for better care. DON'T NEGLECT "PINK TOOTH BRUSH!" Keep your teeth white— not dingy. Keep your gums firm and hard — not sensitive and tender. Keep that tinge of "pink" off your tooth brush. And keep gum disorders — gingivitis, pyorrhea and Vincent's disease far in the background. Use Ipana and massage regularly. Every time you brush your teeth, rub a little extra Ipana into yourgums.You can feel — almost from the first — a change toward new healthy firmness, as Ipana wakens the lazy gum tissues, and as new circulation courses through them. Try Ipana on your teeth and gums for a month. The improvement in both will give you the true explanation of Ipana's 15-year success in promoting complete oral health. 0f your teein J