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Castle benefits Children's Hospital

Cottage Lake Auxiliary creates special house

doll castle

Auxiliary members who worked on the doll castle project were (left to right): Helen McMahon, Vida Anderson, Myrtle Olmstead, Joan Larson, Rita Oppelaar, and Gloria Olmstead. Not pictured are Theresa Sheldon, Hazel Knight, Helen Tipton, and Lucille Kuhn.

Fashion Doll Castle Last January, members of the Cottage Lake Auxiliary for Children's Hospital began constructing and furnishing a very special "Fashion Doll Castle." After approximately 1,400 hours of work, directed by Joan Larson, the 54''x32"x28" house, with all its rooms furnished, is complete.
   The auxiliary is selling chances to win the house, with all proceeds benefiting the free and partial care programs at Children's Hospital. The special house will be on display Nov. 20-22 at Children's Hospital in Seattle. It can also be seen Dec. 7-8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Molbak's in Woodinville.
   To purhase a chance to win the house, call 481-6567.