The story from the St. Paul Dispatch had everyone in the Minneapolis Associated Press bureau guffawing as it went clacking out to 1,500 A.P. clients, much as it had been written by Dispatch Society Reporter Dorothy Lewis:
ST. PAUL, MINN. (AP)This is the story of a baby sitter who really stuck to her joband sat, and sat, and satfar beyond the actual call of duty.
She was hired by a young couple in the Minneapolis suburb of Edina to watch their children while they attended a party.
In giving instructions to the 16-year-old sitter, the lady of the house forgot one thing that she...