A riveting Rosie wins Goodfellows' doll contest
My fellow judges had not brushed up on World War II history, given that they're only 9 and 10 years old. But they knew what looked cool and looked like fun, and that was a Rosie the Riveter doll.
Personally, I liked the doll with the garland, hula skirt and painted toenails. In more than a decade of being dazzled by the entries in the annual Old Newsboys' Goodfellow Fund doll-dressing competition, however, I have learned to defer to the experts.
Emily Stanczak of Auburn Hills and Ama...