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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



FINANCIAL AFFAIRS



OF THE



TOWN OF EASTON, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL




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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



FINANCIAL AFFAIRS



OF THE



OF EASTON, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR



ENDING



JANUARY 31, 1938



COURIER PRINTING COMPANY — LITTLETON. N. H.



Town Officers



Wilfred K. Glover



Lvle E. Brown



Lvle E. Brown



Francella Coolev



Moderator
Wilfred K. Glover

Clerk
Francella Cooley

Treasurer
Josie B. Bowles

Selectmen
Clyde L. Deatte

Health Officer
Durand B. Cooley

Supervisors
Ion S. Whitcomb

Board of Education
Fred H. Bowles

Library Trustees
Ion S. W^hitcomb

Tax Collector
Durand B. Cooley

Road Agent
Frank Locke



Albert T. Eastman



Elbert Harwood



Eva Coolev



Jeanette R. Young



Sexton
Clyde L. Deatte



Auditor
Sadie O. Glover



Overseer of the Poor
Gertrude Eastman

Police Officers

Albert T. Eastman

Frank Locke



Town Meeting Warrant
1938



Article 1. To choose all necessary town officers for the
ensuing year.

Article 2. To raise and appropriate such sums of money
as may be necessary for the laying out, construction and re-
pair of town highways and bridges, general expense of high-
ways, snow removal, officers' salaries and expenses, election
and registration expenses, health and other town charges.

Article 3. To see if the town will vote to accept State
.Aid and raise money for same.

Article 4. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to let the town hall for public dancing.

Article 5. To see if the town will instruct the Selectmen
to allow discount for early payment of taxes. What percent
and at what time?

.Article 6. To see what action the town will take in regard
to its highways in winter.

Article 7. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen
to administer or dispose of any real estate acquired by the
town through tax collector's deeds.

Article 8. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to hire money for defraying the town charges in
anticipation of taxes.



Article 9. To see if the town will vote to adopt the
provisions of the "^Municipal Budget Act."

Article 10. To see if the town will vote to raise money for
finishing the library room in the town hall and move library
there.

Article 11. To see if the town will vote to repair ceme-
tery grounds and raise money for the same.

Article 12. To elect a delegate to the State Convention.

Article 13. To transact any other business that may legal-
ly come before the meeting.

The above warrant is correct to the following date: Feb-
ruary 5, 1938.

Wilfred K. Glover
Clyde L. Deatte
.Albert T. Eastman

Selectmen oj Easton



Budget of the Town of Easton



Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year, February 1, 1938 to

January 31, 1939, Compared with Actual Revenue of the Previous
Year, February 1, 1937 to January 31, 1938.

Actual Estimated
SOURCES OF REVENUE Revenue Revenue

1937 1938

From State:

Savings bank tax

Bounties

National Forest Reserve fund

Abatement of state tax
From Local Sources Except Taxes:

Rent of town hall

Sale of supplies

Motor vehicle permit fees

Dog licenses
From Local Taxes Other Than Property Taxes:

Poll taxes 126.00 100.00

Amount Raised by Issue of Bonds or Notes:

Littleton Savings Bank (temporary loan) 500.00

Cash on Hand (Surplus) 1,274.27 1,165.75



56.32


$ 50.00


9.40


6.60


161.37


100.00


355.46


300.00


292.00


100.00


.50




98.39


75.00


21.80


20.00



Total Revenues from All Sources

Except Property Taxes $2,895.51 $1,917.35

Amount to be raised by Property Taxes $2,685.29 $4,030.14



Total Revenues $5,580.80 $5,947.49

Estimates of Expenditures for the Ensuing Year, February 1, 1938 to
January 31, 1939, Compared with Actual Expenditures of the
Previous Year, February 1, 1937, to January 31, 1938.

Actual Estimated
PURPOSE OF EXPENDITURES Expend- Expend-

itures 1937 itures 1938
General Government :

Town officers' salaries $ 298.12 $ 300.00

Town officers' expenses 187.92 175.00

Election and registration expenses 15.00 75.00

Expenses town hall 307.59 100.00

Protection of Persons and Property:

Fire department 120.65 50.00

Bounties 6.60 6.00

Health:

Health department 318.37 50.00

Vital statistics 4.75 5.00

Highways and Bridges:

Town maintenance 303.49 300.00

General expenses of highway department 2.00 10.00

Snow removal 53.25 200.00

Libraries :

Library 45.00 300.00



Public Welfare:

Town poor 43.00 50.00

Old age assistance 84.37 160.00

Public Service Enterprises:

Cemetery 12.00 12.00

On long term notes 225.00 200.00

Outlay for New Construction and

Permanent Improvement :

State aid construction — town's share 234.57 200.00

Indebtedness:

Long: term notes

Previous year (liabilities)
Payments to Other Governmental Divisions:

Overdraft savings bank tax

State taxes

County taxes

Payments to school district
Refund of Taxes (abatement)

Total Expenditures $4,415.05 $5,947.49



600.00


600.00




1,552.49


18.71




336.00


252.00


454.70


450.00


738.46


900.00


5.50





Easton Old Home Day Association

Amount of principal and interest

in Littleton Savino;s Bank $15.13



Inventory of 1937




Land and buildings


$127,210.00


Electric power line


2,500.00


28 horses


1,860.00


3 oxen


90.00


40 cov\^s


1,345.00


6 neat stock


115.00


1 portable mill


1,000.00


5 gasoline pumps and tanks


375.00


Wood and lumber


1,025.00


Stock in trade


100.00


Total valuation


$134,620.00


Property tax


$2,517.39


69 polls


138.00



Total for collector $2,655.39

Tax rate $1.87 for $100 valuation
Property exempted to soldiers and soldiers' widows $1,750.00



Comparative Statement of
Appropriations and Expenditures

Fiscal Year Ending January 31, 1938







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Town officers' salaries




$ 250.00 $


298.12




$ 48.12


Town officers' expenses




175.00


187.92




12.92


Election and registration


expenses


35.00


15.00


20.00




Town hall




100.00


257.59




157.59


Health department




5.00


318.37




313.37


Vital statistics




10.00


4.75


5.25




State aid construction




225.00


234.57




9.57


Town maintenance




250.00


303.49




53.49


Insurance




50.00


50.00






Snow removal




250.00


53.25


196.75




General expenses of highway dept.


100.00


2.00


98.00




Libraries




45.00


45.00






Old age assistance






84.37






Town poor




200.00


43.00


72.63




Cemeteries




12.00


12.00






Interest




210.00


225.00




15.00


Payments on principal of debt


600.00


600.00






State tax




336.00


336.00






County tax




454.70


454.70






School tax




900.00


738.46


161.54




Fire department






120.65




120.65


Totals


$4,207.70 $4,384.24 $554.17 $730.71


Net overdraft of appro]


priations






176.54








$730.71


$730.71



List of Appropriations for 1937 Compared with
Those of 1938





1937


1938


Town officers' salaries


$ 250.00


$ 300.00


Town officers' expenses


175.00


175.00


Election and registration expenses


35.00


75.00


Town hall


100.00


100.00


Health department


5.00


50.00


Vital statistics


10.00


5.00


Fire department




50.00


State aid construction


225.00


200.00


Town maintenance


250.00


300.00


Insurance (see town hall)


50.00




Snow removal


250.00


200.00


General expense highway department


100.00


10.00


Libraries


45.00


300.00


Old age assistance




160.00


Town poor


200.00


50.00


Cemeteries


12.00


12.00


Interest


210.00


200.00


Payments on principal of debt


600.00


600.00


State tax


336.00


252.00


County tax


454.70


450.00


School tax


900.00


900.00



Total $4,207.70 $4,389.00



Assets and Liabilities



ASSETS



Balance on hand January 31, 1938 $1,165.75

Due from tax sales 1933 14.32

Due from C? M. Glover, overdraft 4.90

Due from Frank Locke, overdraft 2.00

Due from State for bounties 193 7 6.60



$1,193.57



LIABILITIES






Due school treasurer


$ 850.00




N. F. R. fund due school


80.69




Dog license money due school


21.80




Soldiers' memorial


100.00




Note


500.00








$1,552.49



Excess of liabilities over assets $ 358.92

(Outstanding long term notes balance $3,600.00)



List of Town Property

Town hall, land and buildings $6,000.00

Furniture and equipment 120.00

Library, furniture and equipment 1,200.00

Fire department equipment 50.00
Highway department equipment . 200.00

School, land and buildings 1,000.00

Equipment 300.00



Total $8,870.00



Town Clerk's Report

Automobile taxes, 1937 $ 98.59

Dog taxes, 1937 $24.00

Less clerk's fee 2.40



21.60



$120.19



Tax Collector's Report

Taxes committed to collector (1937 warrant) $2,655.39
(Tax due from sale of 1933 — $14.32)

Added taxes, Whitefield Bank 27.56

Tax sales redeemed for previous year 160.52

Interest collected 6.26



$2,849.73

Amount of remittances to treasurer ($126 polls) $2,811.29

Amount of discount allowed 22.70
Abatement of polls:

Miss L N. Cole $2.00

C. P. Bowles 2.00

Henry Clark, over 70 ■ 2.00



Delmer Jones, paid Boston 2.00

Thomas Harwood, over 70 2.00

Mrs. C. A. Young, over 70 2.00



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12.00
Land sold to government prior to Apr. 1, 1937

(Listed to Harry Ronan) 3.74



$2,849.73
NOTE: Since report made out taxes of C. P. Bowles and
Miss I. N. Cole paid.



Treasurer's Report

RECEIPTS
Balance on hand January 31, 1937 $1,274.27

Durand B. Cooley, collector, taxes 1936 $ 160.52
Durand B. Cooley, collector, taxes 1937 2,650.77



2,811.29

Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 98.59

Francella Cooley, town clerk, dog licenses 21.60
State of New Hampshire:

Hedgehog bounty 9.40

Savings bank tax 56.32

National Forest Reserve fund 161.37

Abatement of state tax 355.46

Littleton Savings Bank, note 500.00
Lawrence S. Bowles, rent of town hall,

2-1-36 — 2-1-37 292.00

W. K. Glover, sale of barrel .50



Total $5,580.80

EXPENDITURES
101 orders paid Feb. 1, 1937 - Jan. 31, 1938 $4,415.05



Cash in hands of treasurer $1,165.75

Detailed Statement of Receipts

Balance on hand January 31, 1937 $1,274.27

Durand B. Cooley, tax collector,

taxes 1936 $ 160.52

Durand B. Cooley, tax collector,

taxes 1937 2,650.77



$2,811.29
Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 98.59

Francella Cooley, town clerk, dog licenses 21.60



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State of New Hampshire:

Hedgehog bounty $ 9.40

Savings bank tax 56.32

National Forest Reserve fund 161.37

Abatement of state tax 355.46



582.55
Littleton Savings Bank, note ' 500.00

Lawrence S. Bowles, rent of town hall 292.00

W. K. Glover, sale of barrel .50



Total $5,580.80

Detailed Statement of Payments

Town officers' salaries $ 298.12

Town officers' expenses 187.92

Election and registration expenses 15.00

Town hall expenses 307.59

Fire department 120.65

Bounties 6.60

Health department 318.37

Vital statistics 4.75

Town maintenance 303.49

Snow removal 53.25

General expense highway department 2.00

Libraries 45.00

Town poor (and old age assistance) 127.37

School payments 738.46

Cemeteries 12.00

Refund of taxes (abatement) 5.50

Interest 225.00

State aid construction 234.57

Payments of long term notes 600.00

Payments to other governmental divisions 809.41

Total $4,415.05



$ 64.50


55.00


46.00


19.50


33.35


30.00


39.77


5.00


5.00



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Detail 1. Town Officers' Salaries:

W. K. Glover, selectman services
Clyde Deatte, selectman services
Albert T. Eastman, selectman services
Millard Bowles, selectman services
Francella Cooley, town clerk services
Josie B. Bowles, treasurer services
Durand B. Cooley," tax collector services
Gertrude Eastman, overseer of poor services
Lawrence S. Bowles, auditor services



Total $298.12

Detail 2. Town Officers' Expenses:

Wilfred K. Glover, expenses as selectman .15 27.00

Clyde Deatte, expenses as selectman 27.80

Albert T. Eastman, expenses as selectman 15.20

Francella Cooley, expenses as town clerk 9.15

Durand B. Cooley, expenses as tax collector 3.50

Gertrude Eastman, expenses as overseer of poor .50

Millard Bowles, expenses as selectman 5.00

Courier Printing Co., town reports 64.40

Hunkins & Eaton, officers' bonds 20.00

Wheeler & Clark, office supplies 9.98

W. J. Randolph, transfer deeds 2.89

F. J. Shores, searching title, etc. 2.50



Total $187.92

Detail 3. Election and Registration expenses:

Ion S. Whitcomb, supervisor $ 6.00

Lyle E. Brown, supervisor 5.00

W. K. Glover, moderator 4.00

Total $15.00



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Detail 4. Town Hall Expenses:

L. S. Bowles, janitor service $91.00

Hadlock Insurance Agency, insurance 50.00

Colonial Paint Works, paint 46.11

K. D. Lang, painting 43.00

Fuel :

Millard Bowles $26.50

A. T. Eastman 6.00



32.50

Public Service Co. of N. H., lighting 17.36

L. S. Bowles, labor and material 17.02

W. K. Glover, labor and material " 4.00

Ellis Austin, labor and material 2.75

O. L. Bowles, labor on floor 1.80

Clyde Deatte, material 1.25

Lisbon Company, material .80



Total $307.59



Detail 5. Fire Department:

Paul Dickinson, forest fire

Town of Franconia, Ion Whitcomb fire

C. H. Dodge, fire axes

R. E. Peabody, Inc., supplies

Lawrence Bowles, labor



Total 120.65

Detail 6. Bounties:

John David $4.00

Arthur Pease 1.20

Millard Bowles .40



$


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54.25




8.00




6.00




8.00



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Albert Eastman .40

Lawrence Bowles .60



Detail 7. Health Department:

Roy Judd quarantine case:

Dr. H. W. Perrin $181.00

Durand Cooley (for nurse) 55.00

Durand Cooley (health officer) 27.45

Dr. H. L. Johnson 19.00

F. E. Aldrich & Son (groceries) 13.95

Fred Bowles (groceries) 3.87



$6.60



$300.27
Ion S. Whitcomb quarantine case:

Durand B. Cooley (health officer) 13.10

Durand B. Cooley, health officer 5.00



Total $318.37

Detail 8. Vital Statistics:

Francella B. Cooley, town clerk $4.75

Detail 9. Town Maintenance:

O. L. Bowles, labor and truck $ 81.20

Frank Locke, labor 72.20

Eri Lane, labor 35.20

Frank Locke, Jr., labor 26.00

Arthur Pease, labor 20.00

F. H. Bowles, labor 19.20

Clyde Deatte, labor 7.00

Albert Eastman, labor 6.60

Millard Bowles, labor 5.50

W. K. Glover, labor 1.20

Lawrence Bowles, labor .80



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Arthur Pease, gravel


8.25


Josephine Dickinson, gravel


3.00


Herbert Jones, gravel


1.35


0. L. Bowles, dynamite


8.64


C. A. Young, lumber


4.35


John H. Ferris, repairing tools


3.00



Total $303.49



Detail 10. Snow Removal:

O. L. Bowles, labor and truck $31.00

Millard Bowles, labor 11.00

C. F. Harris, repairs on plow 4.85

W. K. Glover, labor 4.80

F. H. Bowles, labor 1.60



Total $53.25

Detail 11. General Expense Highway Dept. :

O. L. Bowles, supplies $2.00

Detail 12. Libraries:

Ion S. Whitcomb $45.00

Detail 13. Town Poor and Old Age Assistance:

Old age assistance $ 84.37

Melvin Bowles 20.00

Frank Locke 20.00

Tramps 3.00

Total $127.37



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Detail 14. School Payments:




Appropricition


$650.00


National Forest Reserve fund


67.13


Dog tax


21.33



Total $738.46

Detail 15. Cemeteries:

Clyde Deatte, labor $ 6.00

Arthur Pease, labor 6.00



Total $12.00

Detail 16.

Refund of taxes (abatement) $5.50

Detail 17.

Interest on long term notes $225.00

Detail 18. State Aid Construction:

O. L. Bowles, labor and truck $333.60

Fred H. Bowles, labor 169.20

Eri Lane, labor 111.20

Joe Deatte, labor 111.20

Arthur Pease, labor 102.80

John Johnsky, labor 93.60

Charles Denham, labor 73.80

Elbert Harwood, labor 72.80

Clyde Deatte, labor 70.40

Culverts 123.40

Herbert Jones, gravel 111.20

Josephine Dickinson, gravel 3.60

Depot Store, supplies 9.75



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C. F. Harris, supplies ^ 5.90

Fournier's Store, supplies 3.75

Total $1,396.20

State's share $1,161.63

Town's share $ 234.57



Detail 19.

Payments on long term notes $600.00

Detail 20. Payments to Other
Governmental Divisions :

State tax $336.00

County tax 454.70

Overdraft on savings bank tax 18.71

Grand total of payments $4,415.05



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Payments to School Treasurer

Balance for last year
Paid dog license tax
National Forest Reserve fund, 1936



Due school treasurer, appropriation 1937
Dog license tax less clerk's fee
N. F. R. F., 1937

Total
Paid by town for this year to date



Balance due school treasurer ? 952.49



$600.00


21.33


67.13


$ 688.46


$ 900.00


21.80


80.69


$1,690.95


738.46



Auditor's Report

I hereby certify that I have examined the foregoing ac-
counts of the Selectmen, Treasurer, Town Clerk, and Tax
Collector of Easton for the year ending January 31, 1938 and
find them correct to the best of my belief, and all disburse-
ments properly vouched.

Sadie O. Glover, Auditor



EASTON FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Librarian's Report

The following shows the circulation of books and maga-
zines for the year 1937:

Adults:

Fiction 520

Non-fiction 261

Juvenile:

Fiction 335

Non-fiction 136



Total number of books loaned 1,252

Magazines 245

Again, we are pleased to note that more than a third of
the books read were non-fiction. As noted last year, biography
headed the list with nature books and travel following closely.
Poetry and history were also in good demand.

There were also many calls for magazines. And in addi-
tion to the library magazines, the librarian lent many of his
own. The Publishers of the Consumers' Digest very kindly
sent that periodical during the year. This is much appreciated.
There is yet a great need of more magazines for the library.

The schools, and the outlying district of Wildwood were
supplied with books as usual during the year.

At the last town meeting money was voted for the pur-
chase of a card catalog, and label holders for the shelves; also
for a small compensation for the librarian. This is much
appreciated.

The new books for the year include 14 purchased with the
town appropriation of $10, a gift of 20 from the Public Library
Commission (State Aid Fund) and a gift of 5 books from Mrs.
J. W. Fobes. We are very grateful for these fine gifts.



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In October we were pleased to have a visit from Miss
Margaret Grant, Executive Secretary, and Miss Catherine
Pratt, field workers of the Public Library Commission.

Owing to illness (of the librarian, and in household) the
greater part of the year, many things that had been planned
had to be left undone, although every effort was made to keep
up the routine work of the library. It was impossible to order
books until well toward the end of the year. This is deeply
regretted, but could not be helped under the trying circum-
stances.

Cecil Bowles, Librarian



EASTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Report for 1937-1938
Year Ending February 1, 1938



OFFICERS OF THE DISTRICT
School Board



Lyle Brown, Chairman
Mrs. Eva Cooley
Fred H. Bowles



Term expires 1940
Term expires 1938
Term expires 1939



Superintendent of Schools
F. Lester Trafton



OTHER DISTRICT OFFICERS

Wilfred K. Glover Moderator

Mrs. Francella Cooley Treasurer

Mrs. Josie Bowles Auditor

Mrs. Margaret Whitcomb Clerk



School Meeting Warrant

Easton No. 1 School House March 10, 1938, 8 P. M.

ARTICLES TO BE ACTED UPON

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year.

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year.

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for the
ensuing three years.

4. To choose a Member of the School Board for the en-
suing year.



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5. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year.

6. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School
Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of any
other officers or agents of the District.

7. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees,
or Officers heretofore chosen, and pass any vote relating there-
to.

8. To choose Agents, Auditors, and Committees in rela-
tion to any subject embraced in this Warrant.

9. To see if the District will vote to make any alteration
in the amount of money required to be assessed for the ensuing
year for the support of public schools and the payment of
the statutory obligations of the District, as determined by
the School Board in its annual report.

10. To transact any other business which may legally come
before the meeting.

Lyle Brown
Eva Cooley

School Board



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STATEMENT OF

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS

July 1, 1936 to June 30, 1937



RECEIPTS




Appropriation 1936-'37


$600.00


Balance 1935-'36 appropriation


500.00


State aid


466.93


Cash on hand, July 1, 1936


277.09


Dog taxes


21.33


Federal Forest Reserve


67.13


Sale of property


61.00


PAYMENTS


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Orders of the school board


$1,488.19


Cash on hand, June 30, 1937


505.29



$1,993.48



$1,993.48



July 1, 1937 to February 1, 1938

RECEIPTS

Cash on hand, July 1, 1937 $505.29

Appropriation 1936 550.00

State aid 449.03

Sale of school house 13.00



$1,517.32



PAYMENTS
Orders of the school board $908.04

Cash on hand, February 1, 1938 609.28



$1,517.32



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Auditor's Certificate

This is to certify that I have examined the books and
other iinancial records of the school board of Easton, of
which this is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June
30, 1937, and find them correctly cast and properly vouched.

Josie B. Bowles, Auditor
July 13, 1937.



SCHOOL BOARD'S ESTIMATE FOR 1938-'39

School Board's statement of amounts required to support
public schools and meet other statutory obligations of the


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