Ada Louise Heinze tobacco fund

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Ada Louise Heinze tobacco fund - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, Society Bud Helps Get...
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, Society Bud Helps Get Smokes For Camps -i Ml aJsLsLsLsLsLsBfj'DriwE TJBy uu Kxl ssisisPKiaBBfttyBSSMistMK --ni 1 : BeLBLBLsLBBBBsV Lbv iBf i ' &9 3 ??.-. . -nmuuBti i i kJ9I I$f3 l fc&'si Jr uriBavJI ffeBHyjf t Wf ' H I Jw i 'RTSHBBsBsBsBsBsi7r MISS ADA LOUISE HEINZE. MibS Ada Louise Hcinze ib the latest society bud to join the workers of the Camp Wadsuorth Tobacco Fund. She is the daughter of Otto C. Hcinze and a niece of the late F. Augustus Hcinze. Though still an attendant at Miss Spcnce's School, she has volunteered to devote her spare hours in helping to keep the Spartanburg boys in "smokes." Miss Heinze was pronounced the most beautiful girl who participated in the Westhampton, Long Island, Red Cross fete.

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  1. The Washington Times,
  2. 25 Feb 1918, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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