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SCREEN ACTRESS SENDS FIFTY DOLLSTG WAR
ORPHANS, FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
eyery way, she still keeps all the
dolls of her' babyhood and girlhood
atfd very . often plays house with
"I wouldn't give up my dolls for
the-world," said the pretty little ac
tress, smiling as she dressed the last
ofmore""than a dozen and- put her
away in the doll house in which they
live in" her oozy flat.
'i havebad these dollies for a long
time attdth'ey are part of my- life.
Ruth Stonehouse and Some, of the Dolls She Is Sending to the War
Orphons of Europe
Although Ruth Stonehouse, one of
have given them then breakfasts
and dinners hundreds of times, heard
Jihem say their prayers at night, made
birthday and is quite-jjrown up in- their clothing and nursed them when.
the leading actresses with the Es-
senay company, passed, her twentieth
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