The Press: People's Press

A pigtailed, freckled nine-year-old tripped into the Cleveland Press last week and asked to see the editor. Instead of being shooed away, she was led straight to his office. Louis B. Seltzer shook Ruth Harriger by the hand, then gravely read the note she thrust out to him. It was from Ruth's father, an ex-Clevelander now living in New Mexico. He had written her to be sure to call on the Press while visiting in Cleveland. Busy Editor Seltzer dropped everything to take her on a tour of his shop, bought her an ice cream bar as she left.

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