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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, SEP! EM HER, 12, 1935
Site Office Here
- Marsh And His Crew Being
lj?To Work On Oteen
Road Change Already
Highway commission s
The has been engag-
LF preliminary survey for the
i i :iif Mountain-Shenandoah
W fpai-kwav, which has been
i85al theville, will move to
fP4t'h! week and make this
barter- for a while at the
gbere as they continue
consisting of 27 highway
ftf'iby G. A. McKinley,
!wr, in charge, have spent
1C hs in Asheville. They
s):!lte iunmnjr the tentative line
parkway from the vicinity
:fvwnt Mitchell through the Crag
im'1 a.. n Rpnt. Creek and
K-Mh range. They have had
IX S floor of the Bun-
Acountv court house, wnere con
.?wpc of the territory surveyed
f&n prepared by draftsmen fo
iit.ion it i , , f ,
of the party came to town
.1; av, but Mr. McKinley and sev
!'0f the draftmen, will remain in
Seville until next week.
iv local common laoor nneu m
lifTi;;e ha, been disnnsseu. arm u.
ibcrers trni w? engageo
i,(rev progresses wehiwaiu w
B-S Marsh, of the state iiignway
.lU force are being transferred
1. 'iravnpsvllle to Oteen, where
Revised Old Age
PpiKinn Plan To
MYnlainpd Here Llyde schools
tt n i . J.M
County Wheat Crop
Best In Many Years
It was learned yesterday from
County Agent, V. 1). Siniili, that
tills year's wheat crop la Hay
wood County will Ik1 four or live
times more than of last year.
Tlie '35 crop Is aNn the best
in years. The weather having
Not only will the crop he four
or live times more, hut it is of ex
ceptional quality, Mr. Smith
take over the work there and
I. J. Fisher, the State manager
!f the. Townsend Old Age Pension
AH will explain to 'be-j?po"'. of
Javwtod cou.itv m the court house at
liyiiesville Monday, September 16th,
12:30 o clock P. M., (the court re-
wj hour) "The Revised Townsend
Pension Plan. "I would like for every
dtiier, in Haywood county to hear me
ma hear about this recovery move
nut. We have agreed to accept
teever a two per ccint transaction
Hon an the gross business' done
ach month in the United States will
wrace, let it be $:iO, $40, $50 or $75
k Kon;h to each person above the
of sixty who wishes to apply.
hiso'ttaw to first put the money
Jtc the Treasury of the Government
-ath month with this tax before it is
;ra oat . to the pensioners. This
sovtsent is hacked by thirty mil-
ttvcfr? ,.f the Nation and we will
f riff: hack . before. Congress with
K! when -hey assemble again,"
I will have plenty of petitions
ri aie and v;,Mt every person who
".treite.i in getting a pension for
if': od ago to be present at the
; mentioned 'hour. I will also
?i a few minutes on the Social
-::"' reri-ntlv rnoA Viv ("Vta-
Sfi and k11 you - where we stand
Western P. T, A. To
Here October 8th
The seventh annual conference of
the Western District of the Parents
and Teachers Association will be held
in Waynesville on October the St'i.
The Western District is made up of
18 counties and will be represented
by many delegates Irom the various
associations in the counties in the
district as well as many state officers,
district chairmen, county officers and
Mrs, Wilbur Devemlorf, of Ashe
ville, for the past two years presi
dent of the western district, will pre
side. New officers will be elected at
this meeting and further plans and
program will be announced at a later
The executive committee of the
Western District met in Asheville on
Monday of this week at the Asheville
Biltmore Hotel, to appoint a inomi
nating committee and perfect the
final arrangements for the meeting
to be held here in October.
.'Mrs. Doyle Alley, recording secre
tary for the Western District, at
tended the meetimg in Asheville on
Monday. Mrs. Devendorf Will be in
Waynesville next week to hold a con
ference regarding the October meet
Rotarians On Farm Tour
The above show. a (-roup of loeal Kt-.triun that made in
spection - ot Allien Mee'rackcn s model farm last week (Hlu-r !'!..
tarians t-ie not pi es m . w hen iho pielule was ma.le. Ir.v.i i
left to riiclit: Dr. 1J. H . s: 1 1 u her. Halph I'rev,.s'.. v. 1' S:i:::!i s ,,r.,l
m;. it. W. oo.lall. J. W. K.iv. lr. U. C.ii ian Wilii.nn Mv Ifoi.l.
ami Albert McL'rackcn.
Out For Practice
First Game Set For Hayesville
On September 20th. New
Men Are Making Good
rs To Be
At Theatre On 18th
M mar.agement cf the Wajnewood
tve announce that it has suc
a.booking Uncle Dave. :.Macoh
Dt'more. Rrofhor- and en-
F't-eis. of-.Vio 'fi,'.. niQ
S.H'Dahi'c from- W. S. Mi,
. . ei iciuiu lame.
attraction will be presented oh
at the Wayne),-ood on Wed-.j.";-'1
ie?-ember 18th matinee and
v' w-!s '. Probably the only
j-iV Ile5vKe People will ever
ii Tlne ;Ms famtis attrac
!Tcj' f '? '!1,le(' fortvi.ate that
ity-: '-w-JUght here in person,
r'sr'V ''n coniunctiori with the
t:'J:e Program, and the ad
2Pr;ce will remain aS usual, 10
e Shot KiTis"
?t'..Jm&r can well claim
!ifitei-t ''snot" Freeman, since
F:4;,nce ,hi;e rabbit hunting..
" Hi-? - dK were in good
:ie L H had a ten-foot lead
F . nol; enough lead to
4 v'"iS'- tlukk ainli The
;'?Lw5n't all. Some few feet
f t. 6nh-s there was a flut
: a ;; j1?1"1: investigating he
H h ying Pheasant. .
5tV'vi1Ta1bbit and pheasant hav-
Program For Year
With an enrollment rising toward
a thousand students, the Clyde con
solidated district schools have begun
the school year with much force ami
enthusiasm, having as their objective
the largest and best program in at
tendance and achievement Known in
the history of the school.
This program covers every phase of
the school curriculum as set lortn Dy
the State Department of Education,
and as much extra curricula activ
itv :s nossible to add to the course
nf tnHv" thpvebv triving every boy
and girl an additional advantage in
some educational field.
The enrollment for the Clyde High
school alone numbers, four rundred and
twenty . children in the elemeii.ary
grades, and one hundred and seventy
one in the high school department.
By the end of the montn tnis num
ber is expected to far exceed six hun
dred Jludents. The high school en
rollment has reached already the goal
necessitating the addition of another
high school teacher. .
Despite the over-crowded condition
at the Clyde school, ' everyUiing. with
in this short time has become adjust
ed to the situaticin, and the students
have adaii.ed themselves and . fallen
into the line of, duty with less ditli
culty, it seems, than at any ; time ot
The nrintipal, Mr.. S. E::Connatser,.
who was elected presidiirt of Ithe Hay
wood County Teachers Association
last Saturday, : has made a place
worthy' of attention in the ranks v3i
thc county public schools. ,His noble
and hich ideals have been an mspira
i icn to the " hundreds of boys and
crtvlc that have come under his in
fluence. He has been very instru
mental in raising 'the standards of
the schools in the system over which
he supervisee and which school sys
temin tu-m gives better, and gre; ;er
educational advantages to the chtolten
living within its boundaries. .
Besides the principal, the faculty of
this district numbers approximate y
thirtv teachers, all of whom held
certificates of high rating, and who
are well qualified to aid in the mate
rializaticn of this school program.
Sixteen of these '.eachcrs are-at Ciytie
School authorities have expressed
their opinions as to .a most : success
ful school vear, due largely to leader
ship, and to the co-operative spirit
that has been shown .already between
teachers and patrons.
To Have A Revival
Forty-tive candidates reported for
football practice the tirst week. Hard
work on the fundamentals has brought
out some .new faces who have promise
of becoming hard driving Mountain
eers on the '35 machine.
Thad Chafin, Joe Cat hey, and Rich
ard Turpin are a trip of good Flank-
men. A couple of tall rangy tackles
in Hancock and Francis should make
opponents fall hard. The guards po
sitions with 'Fats" Davis, Fagg Saw
yer, SchuHiofer and "Chuff.y" String
rield at center, gives the Mountain
eers line speed and weight.
The backfield has not moved so fast
to date, but "Cuby" Truett, fast step
ping sophomore fullback should give
plenty trouble this fall.
The passing of Jack Rock Smith
and punting ol Leo Hill -should keep
the Mountaineers in the game.
The Mountaineers will hold three
hard scrimmages this week. With
light work-outs the following week on
fundamentals before the opening
game with the Hayesville Wildcats
Is Friday The 13th
Those who arc the loat hit np
ei millions should he on their sMianl
tomorrow l'riday the iluiteemh
claimed by some 10 be a cr
unlucky day. while oilier-. miiiIc
ai the iK'llef ami welcome bbu U
.ii. 10 cross their lxilhx ami dare
uai walk a step out of the way
lo avoid iMinsiiiK under a ladder.
Il might he interesting to nolo
thai il will be Deeembor In-foiv
another l'riduy the thirteenth
loll- around again.
At Local Depot
Receipts For Last Month Broke
Two-Year Record. Express
Shows Material Increase
Visitors In Park
During Last Month
Totaled Over 95,000
Model County Farm
A number of the members of the
Rotarv Club here visited the farm
cf Albert Mcl'racken, near l.ak
.lur.alu-ka, last I-ridav in the interest
of the agricultural program that
being Magcd in tin- county.
Mr. YicCracki if - farm is one of the
mode faiin.i in the county on which
experiments are being made in several
ditlerciit phaes i f modern farming.
The club jecentiy bought and do
nated a pure-bred dairy bull towards
a better dairying pogram in the coun
ty, and it was I. l.if light that the
club nienbers.. in pei'tdd the model
farm. The'treiuh' silo, dairy barn
and milking . stalls were explained by
Mr. Mcl'racken. ami County Agent,
V. 1). Smith who was in charge ef
the Rotary program for last Friday.
A tour , was also made over some
hills that have recently beun ter
raced by the county's terracing equipment.
Estimated travel 10 C treat Smoky
Mountain Natujnal I'ark for August,
1!;5, was .i."i.HM, accortling to a bul
letin just released by J. R. Kiikin, su
perintendent. A traffic count taken at
one of the six entrances to the park
resulted in a count of 21,017 automo
biles carrying T'.',2," 1 people. Esti
mating that 120 per cent additional
people came into the park at the live
other entrances, a total travel figure
f '.."). 101 i.s estimated.
Automobiles from hi states, the
District of ("ohnnbUi. Alaska,, and
1 foicign coliutric.s were counted, with
per cell! of vehicles, being from
state.- other than Tennessee and North
Those who believe that the '"good
Id davs" are gone forever, should
go to the Southern depot here and
. ta'.k with ,1. (!. Terrell, who is in
ciiargc there, and look over Ms hooks.
1 In; past month -August showed
an increase of over $4,000 for the
same month las; year y, freight re
ceipts. The same proporUional in
crease was noted in both express and
passenger business, he reported.
In checking over the records,
Terrell found that this August
been the best August 11 several v
anil also the best month in the
two years, It is probable that
record would hold good as far ba,
four years, he said.
Building' programs boosted
freight receipts, while a general in
crease in business and cheap rale
were responsible for the express pick
up, he stated.
"People are shipping more
than at any I inie in the past
veais," Mr. Tti'rcil concluded. .
Visitors Here For
First Time Warm In
Praise Of Section
5'rr,e vtk s ls confined to
hifV " v PraiTled ankle and
flKo -L l l sustained in a
3?s rw , Sunday afternoon.
reed a cut lip.
Clyde Flower Show
Set For Next Friday
A flower show will be held in the
school auditorium at Clyde, Friday,
September 20th. The show is spon
sored by the Woman's Club of Clyde.
Doors will be open from two to
five o'clock in the afternoan. Exhib
its will be judged at 2 o'clock.
Ribbon awards .will be given to
1. Largest collection of gladioli.
2. Prettiest asters.
2. Best wild flower collection.
4. Largest collection of annuals.
5. Largest collection of perer.J.iials.
Material prizes will bt given to
adults for: .
1. Prettiest and most artistic ar
rangement. 2.',: Largest dahlia grown by exhib
itor. ,. ,
Prize Will be given to the high
school pupil who displays:
1. Prettiest a il d most artistic ar
rangement. 2. Largest collectiillrof dahlias. . .
Prize will be given to the grammar
school tiupil who displays: :
1, Prettiest ami most artistic ar
rangement. 2. Largest collection of dahlias.
The room which has. the largest d'i-
;i:av will receive a prize. . ..
School children; arid every resident
iir t'lvde district are invited to enter
their ' exhibits before 2 o'clock, .Sep
tember 20th. .
tion Agent Arrives
Miss Mary Margaret' Smith, of
China Grove, N. C, has been sent
by the State' Extension Department
to 'Haywood county as a home demon
t rat iiii- ae-ent. for this county' and
Swain. She will spend two Weeks of
each month in the county.
The expenses of Miss Smith's sala
ry and the Work will be defrayed by
the Extension Department, and she
will remain for several mtlnths in this
Miss Smith spent the summers of
l!l.'i;l-ol in Haywood county, when she
was. doing some work in connection
with the Emergency Home Dcmdn
st'ation group of the relief office.
She start her work at once. At
Ileaverdam scho.I, near Canton.' she
will hobl :i meeting at 2'::il on Tues
.bie Snt. llllier 1 7. and at Cecil in
Safin-day- the, 21-1. At each tinn
will, di-cu-. .-M- ' -'!"ti -o( fall
winter gardens fleasilile in fin
titiij. All )'.
the meet ing
throughout .1 he county, in her pn
;nni y orgniti.itMin wm h.
finet! ami pi nei - m
iial'v invited fn all
e will be holding
Civil Court To
Convene On Kith
Trial Cases Few
Doheny, Oil King,
Passes Away, Leav
ing A Vast Fortune
11 1 -
LOS -ANGELES Edwar.. I
heny, multi-millionaire nuiias .y
oil industry, is dead. .
The 'Ta-year-ql'd- 'ruler .a-n- "
pile w-hich once spread oyec j)
Af tt otit ivo western hmspht-U'.
o 1,5 R.'.iiV.rlv Mil's -town ili' U.-e iiu'l-.j
(iaA cSnic invalid for h.a:y7mohihs,
his death was the, rcsx: of a compli
cation of ailments accenvua,e.i b h:
advanced, ape. .':. : , ' .' ;
A- a man who left a fortune m ex
ec '-"of s!oo,i"iii.'""i, and., whose ph.i
rolled into the hundieds
.- .i-...f,' Dohenv was. one of the i
most picturesque figures m the history
of oil- : f ' ,' .;' -
142nd Session Of
.' Septi-mber 'Civil term of sUpe-
ti'ari will convene, here Monday,
mi.er 10. -wi-b .lufge WiUoh
k - pre-iding. The calendar for
if,, v. j ni is - lighter t ban - u-ual. : wit n
oi'i'v forty .'".-ases. on the trial d.ocket
;,!:d ' lii.pe -."'1 'the niotiiill diifke".
. The iinn-s for this term f f i'-ourt.
ni I' - fniVjw-:.
I'iist week: J. II. S.atmy, 'lyde;
I. K. , Siiiathers, Beaverdam; J. K.
i in, ., fn : Pie-eon : A. B. (Jwenoy, Beat,
vcr'iam; Al.bt rt Ju-tice, .Clyde
U.--or -Jonathan'.- Cre k; V .
icy, HeaVeniam; ('. N. Howell. 'A
ne-'iile; H. (.'..Robinson... W ayi
I.. S. Stainey, Clyde; P -; '
Ka-t Fork; 'John H- Mef:.'-n"-vi!:e,
(o ni-i- Suttoiic .'Jonathan'-;
J. J. Jvester, Beavc "ia.n; R.H.
Pigeon.;- Jonah lirown, feci
Break All Records
Mother M. Magdalme.Sister Coletta
Marv. Sister Kl-hln Marie, and Sister
Mary Judo, of St. Anthony'.- Hospital,
of St, Petersburg, Fin., are the guests
of Mi.-- Marv Carr at the Wayside
Mij'her M. Magdaline, bead of the
liftv bed Catholic hospital, is a native
of Boston, .Mass., having hived .Smith
only about eight- years, state.s that
this is her first visit to this section
of the Carolinas, and that -while she
had heard of, the mountains she was
not prepared for the beauty of the
soeViory, nor the excellency of the
' Th;' Sisters will remain in town
ten day i.'i'ring uliich time they are
planning to m.-iLe many trips to all
point.- of interest, (o be reaelied from
Waynesville, and to visit 'he Haywood
County Agents To
Meet With TVA Men
A report made public by Tax Su
pervisor D. A. Howell this week,
-how d that ;fl rcciif. were broken
for collections in. his office during the
month of August, when a total of
$18,277.32. was placed in the county
DelilKHiellf taxes : collected during
August amounted fo $."i,7S0.0S.
Taxes for !!:!! forged ahead with
a total of tflLIOvl.OS.
IHiring the .same period, a total of
SOOHJO was collected on l'..:!f taxes.
Mr. Howell stated that he was grat
ified at the response of the public, and
the collections were showing a
steady improvenntnt all the time. He
is, howver. concerned at present with
collect ing all hack taxes before being
forced to (urn them over to the county-attorney
on October first for filing
foreclosure ,-uits, he said.
No Haywood Folks
In Florida Storm
( mint v
the ."t we-f.
a nil im i
air i i, i:f liira
,lt is e
colli III III
As far a- can be learned, no per
son from Haywood enunlv was injur
ed or killed diirinr the .-form which
sv..;; ever southern Flnrida last
(nil L. Hkiwii, I'm iner newspaper
man bet e. now . dlt'ir-IHllllMlor of
----- Ithe Key -West . Si. i ea.-ried .graphic.
Ag. iM W. D. Smith, and as- stories of the storm in t ''U.rrent
I'.'ei.t. li.iv. Ci-o'ii-e. 'will join issue ol tlie paper. lie noi'x an ')'
ig.n:- a i' I a.-iianls fromlhi- family were -injured.'- v
,,, ,,;,' of N irlh Car- ! Red Cros- worker.-', and ollicialsai "
n.i:g in Asheville for Mill combing Hie s'onn stiirki'n ar-a
wi'h .lliciais of t he in -o'ircli fur hodii-- which are -tin(.
niis-ing, I In- death Kd; will lroia-
To Brevard College
The .youii;1: p. !:' coiiiity union.
i i.mj.o I ol ; lie I' liWiil 1 II l.eanue-Hi
t he Met hoif liiill-elM .1 the count;-;
held t in-. ri giiia'r in .lit illy meet ing- en
M '.i.i i ;-.sf,-n:i, i:ii
..re.-n.' li :, I"' ;:
" The Can-iin I
1 l.i" '. devi,; ij.;;ii .:
g i' ii :-ti. Do nil' ' i
ni'g' youiig ;.'-;
awai iiX 'f ' ' '
fuf ;.;.':. -g-N.i: hv
lUli.i V ' .l:;--.e:
aX ;;.; l';ig:i'-- ;!'
in loaiving iv' :." -
lily leach 7H), with hiin'lroil of "ihei--njurcd.
Dain ige done to propel ty iMiu.eiop
will mount to stngget ni.g - U i , ae
ci.iin to an-io'-'ni , ni' i;-. -'
Opens Sept 15th
( i'a in,'. V a
(1 If; Phittf
in 1 ,.ea-
i: -If of tin .'..'
1 - ' be Wa'yai - vi
W i' b I..ach,;fn H.'.-i
Il I u
ii i.i i iiariii; "
,.! 1 ae pi o
, ft a,...'-; en
in, wim w'a;
p 'i I'.t ev.ti.-,
;:o!i ' ili- year
ppi e'eiat ion fit
pai t e- o h iia
.' r . him t '
i in i li g in ,fi urn -it-', i f-'e 'ti'iils
and per-'uiiuf oli.-erva-1'i'art
-'of "Mr. I'lot, -how-!.
ere plentii'iil tin.-, -ea
, . Wa-.-
( leek; ;
.'! a- ,
Leathel woed, Jonathan; 1; -J. i'a .-,
Iron Dull'; F.-iwa: d : Janes. ' '.
Wayne B; Sma-hers, Bt averiiani.; A - j
C. Kii kpatrick, Fines Creek; fN. "A.;
Robinson, Beaveroam; K '"rf il-uari.
! or, li tiV; H. Ef Wells Crabt.iee. ,
- Second week: L. M. 1 'avis, . Way-,
C s .. t i I!in ri(..' ;. Heaver -jam; I
Kefer Gaddy, P.eavei dam ;
i- r,...i.. ( VI Moo-lv. Jona:
VJHt ii, v vim, . - - , ,
i... i . A lb, "kin-. ( a-a-oochee,
Vv 'nZl-lieaveV-lam: K- . While, j noo..
. i . i i a I'.-ii-L. Jonathan i
miss .marv i;.ui;i;K to
n;.( n ; in I'.i.in(;to.n
j .- i n.
' De c
In a i
' "ft a -on i- dpi-n Uii'fi t he 1 -it h Hf
nher.. The -ea-"ii f u- tievr and
v.fil open on ()".d)ei.; li rs
!i- '!.-.a:' - :f ' ,ut- ' - hnifn law.--';
c jfvt.n ' !:i -t- vt t k. ":
I'KKSON.W m IIEAI'TV
SllOi' K L A K( i I N ( i IM A ( ' K
t han "f '
yeuV'f a iii.l n'r
cji)f ng ye ir.
She- has. t ci i
with tht cfy
M. -V f
is. A . I,
ight in ; '.';.:
. ... a a i i.a- ht en
'': i -i u.ier.'.s- 'and
A a;, in sviiie II. g..
. i it - ;.t science last
. iff -te-i : f f r i he
...-:' i v t e-:gneo.
I .-'iiniiai position
i.- of liurl'ngtoB,
amey, , v. i;o
, Wayne -
'e.--' '. '. t'
f till the
Revival service, w 11 J dye j CHAPEL HILL The Univer-.ty of
inday even Hg Vcla.Rev.;1-Xorth;, Carolina will inaugurate n
.llwood Baptist '.'"vTvde' Bap- U2nd session next Friday September
T . J
ueuwoou - uoi'"-i VIC ru-Ae Ran
R. G. Mace, pastor of the Clde Bap
tit church, in charge of the v'ce.
The sendees will continue through
the remainder of the .week.j
eral days fish'.ng.
13" when its doors will be thrown open
' - . i JH.-A-,,- . t a;c TIT
to welcome me ue.-i.oo
19rri'ving on the hill a week ahead of
the upperclassmen, the newcomers
will go through an orientation pro
gramgdesigned to acquaint them wtth
their new surroundings before they
settle down to. classroom wnrk, .
r. r xtnr.iiv. a vne-vi.-( ;
Wright, Beaver . am; W... Bu-hanan,
Wavnesviiie; C. II. Kuykenoa... Las.
Fork; Ottis Allien, J-mathan .Crc-ek.
J. P. Compton, Waynesville; , Thos...
Iavis. Wavnesvik". John .u.n
'CciU -T.'.'J. Harkins,, Beaverd;.m.
IN SERIOUS CONDITION-''.
Mrs. M. O. Galloway was reported
to be in a serlou, condition late yes
trtlav afternoon, following a major
otipration at the
Hospital Monday morning.
fvU.XlLIARY OF THE
.; ::ni(j;dST ( m:i;( h hold
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Methodist church held the arJnual pic
nic in the Sunday school rooms of the
church on Tuesday. The affair was
to have been given on the lawn of
Mrs. W. A.Hyatt, but on account of
the inclemttnt weather the change wa
made to the church.
Following a bountiful lunch, the
members assembled in the auditorium,
where Dr. E. V. Paget addressed the
la 1 gf' g
V !l :CI -,V1. 1 sICill
bt' if ! r'g in wbich .rht
. Til" i'i'fjl't -l;f. the .
niii i:f o" n '"Uire 'n
prfv ;-r- f'tiths.;: ' l
i pa:'" in fhe 1 1 lit.
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MAI'LE ('ROVE REVIVAL
TO IJEGIN SI NDAV, l.'iTH
,f Revival services will beirin at Maple
Grove church on Suri'-ay e'-'er-ing. Sep
tember 15. V st-vi r--. fef ck.
Rev. J. H. ,We-t. pa-:oi- .- of Long's
Chapel, will do the 1'Jeach 'l.-.g, The;
public I- invited ,t'i attt'i
MRS. WAY IS IMPROVED
The : condition , f Mr-. '. H iwCi
Wav. -who . 'suffered a fail at her
home .Monday .morning. '"is much im
proved. Mrs Way had started V.
ar.sWtr the phor.e anil slipped on the
stairs and fell the full kngth of the