Arthur & Clara’s second son Albert continued the business after Arthur’s death.
In a later newspaper article he recalled of his father’s time: “In those days Sunday newspapers were only 11/2 d and did not increase in price until 1916 when they went up to 2d. As there was no Sunday morning train from Highbridge to Burnham the newspapers had to be fetched on a pair of trucks.Later a horse and cart were used, and latterly a car. All the family took part in deliveries. The seven children were at an early age, and they walked or cycled. Now most of the roundsmen deliver by car”
In the same article Florence Marchent recalled delivering Sunday newspapers to the two military hospitals in Burnham (Manor Hotel and St Margaret’s School) during World War I. She also recalled posting the patients letters for them.