Donut Dolly Mary “Larry” Young Hines poses for a photo with an unidentified soldier in front of a 105mm Howitzer field artillery gun during the Vietnam War. Hines volunteered for the Red Cross recreation program from 1968-69, serving mostly in the area surrounding Chu Lai and Phu Bai in central Vietnam. The Red Cross wasn’t “looking for a Beyonce or Kim Kardashian,” she said. “They were looking for the girl next door.”
Donut Dolly Mary “Larry” Young Hines poses for a photo with an unidentified soldier in front of a 105mm Howitzer field artillery gun during the Vietnam War. Hines volunteered for the Red Cross recreation program from 1968-69, serving mostly in the area surrounding Chu Lai and Phu Bai in central Vietnam. The Red Cross wasn’t “looking for a Beyonce or Kim Kardashian,” she said. “They were looking for the girl next door.” Larry Young Hines Contributed
Donut Dolly Mary “Larry” Young Hines poses for a photo with an unidentified soldier in front of a 105mm Howitzer field artillery gun during the Vietnam War. Hines volunteered for the Red Cross recreation program from 1968-69, serving mostly in the area surrounding Chu Lai and Phu Bai in central Vietnam. The Red Cross wasn’t “looking for a Beyonce or Kim Kardashian,” she said. “They were looking for the girl next door.” Larry Young Hines Contributed

Raleigh Donut Dolly recalls Vietnam and its aftermath

April 25, 2015 08:00 AM

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