Staying squeaky clean

Last updated 12:34 11/03/2014

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Cleanliness is next to godliness, so the saying goes.

And that certainly seemed to be the case in 1940, when, despite World War II, white whites, clean teeth, and well-scrubbed skin were all-important.

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- The Timaru Herald


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