HOLLYWOOD, June 22. – [To the Editor of The Times:]
I don’t usually go into ecstasies over the inhabitants of your comic page, but please let me compliment you on your excellent taste in adding Miss Ella Cinders to your mischievous household.
She is delightfully different and entertaining and such a relief from the grotesque beings who have preceded her.
Our entire family looks forward to her quaint self. May she live long and prosper!
This letter appeared in the Letters to The Times section of the Los Angeles Times on June 26, 1925. Location: [Part II] p. 4