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For the Town of



EASTON, N. H





Year ending December 31, 1958



Town of Easton, New Hampshire

Annual Report



Of the Town Officers



Year Ended December 31,



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Index



1958 Town Officers
Town Meeting Warrant
Town Budget for 1958
Inventory of 1958
List of Town Property
Comparative Statement
List of Appropriations
Assets & Liabilities
Town Clerk's Report
Tax Collector's Report
Summary of Warrant
Treasurer's Report
Statement of Payments
Report of Trust Funds
Library Report
School Report
Vital Statistics, 1958



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TOWN OFFICERS

Moderator

Helen J. Young
Town Clerk Treasurer

Phyllis H. Bowles Sadie N. Glover

Selectmen

Walter M. Wolff-1960 Durand B. Cooley-1961

Everett M. Furman-1959

Supervisors

Olive J. Nelson Jack Kenney

Helene Schultze

Board of Education

Eva F. Cooley-1959 Ethel M. Furman-1961

Jack Kennedy- 1960

Library Trustees

Margaret T. Whitcomb-1960 Jane K. Cutter-1961

Ethel M. Furman-1959

Tax Collector

Ion S. Whitcomb

Trustees of the Trust Funds

Ion S. Whitcomb-1960 Phyllis H. Bowles-1961

Eva F. Cooley-1959

Police Officer Dog Constable

Ion S. Whitcomb Howard Bonor

Auditor

OUve J. Nelson

Sexton

Merton Edne}^



TOWN MEETING WARRANT

Article 1. To choose all necessary officers for the en-
suing year.

Article 2. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
selectmen to appoint or designate a qualified person who
is a resident of this town, to act as Highway Agent during
the current year.

Article ?>. To see if the town will vote to accept Town
Road Aid: Town's share $45.25; State's share $301.66, and
raise mone}^ for same.

Article 4. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of $32.19 to the White Mountains Re-
gion Association, being 10c per $1,000 of assessed valuation
(1/lOOth of 1%) for the purpose of issuing and distributing
printed matter and advertising and otherwise publicizing
the advantages of the Town, in cooperation with the other
45 towns of the region.

Article 5. To see if the town will vote to pay the se-
lectmen and other town officers an annual salar}^ during
the current year in accordance with the following schedule,
and to raise and appropriate mone\^ for same:

Chairman, Board of Selectmen $250.00

Selectman 125.00

Selectman 125.00

Tax Collector 100.00

Town Clerk 75.00

Treasurer 40.00

Dog Constable 5.00

Auditor 10.00

If approved.it is understood that the selectmen and other

salaried town officers will receive no fees or any other

compensation or remuneration for their services except

the usual and necessary expenses incurred by them in

connection with their official duties.

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of $150.00 to support the Town Library.

Article 7. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate $100.00 for the cemetery.



Article 8. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
selectmen to hire money for defraying town charges in an-
ticipation of taxes, if necessary.

Article 9. To see if the town will instruct the selectmen
to allow discount for early payment of taxes. What per-
cent, and at what time?

Article 10. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
selectmen to assist Roger Glover in building a culvert for
the driveway at his new home in Easton, and appropriate
the necessary funds for same.

Article 11. To see if the town will vote to appropriate
the sum of $500.00 to scrape and paint the exterior of the
town hall, including also the redecoration of the selectmen's
office.

Article 12. To see if the town will vote to raise $25.00
to be exi:)ended in cooperation with the New Hampshire
Forestry and Recreation Commission for the opening and
maintaining of trails and old roads for forest fire protec-
tion. The New Hampshire Forestry and Recreation Com-
mission to provide a matching sum not in excess of $25.00
for this purpose.

Article 13. To raise and appropriate such sums of money
as are stated in the proposed budget for repair to town
highways and bridges, general expense of highways, snow
removal, maintenance of town building, officer's salaries
and expenses, and other town charges.

Article 14. To transact any other business that may
legally come before the meeting.

The above warrant is correct to the following date:

February 6, 1959.

WALTER M. WOLFF,
DURAND B. COOLEY,
EVERETT M. FURMAN,
Selectmen



BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF EASTON

Estimates of Revenue for the ensuing year, January 1, 1959 to
December 31, 1959, compared with the estimated and actual
revenue of the previous year, January 1, 1958 to December 31,

1958.

Estimated Actual Estimated
SOURCES OF REVENUE 1958 1958 1959



From State:






Interest and Dividends Tax


$ 550.00 $ 643.37


•1 550.00


Savings Bank Tax


13.68


10.00


Reimbursement a/c State and






Federal Forest Lands


77.14





National Forest Reserve 500.00 649.98 550.00



From Local Sources Except Taxes:

Dog Licenses 28.00 22.00 24.00

Rental Town Hall 20.00

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 3.60 3.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 700.00 742.29 675.00

Delinquent Taxes 207.69 225.21 229.14

Reimbursement for Fire 15.00 15.00



fCash Surplus 368.58 758.84



From Local Taxes Other than








Property Taxes :








Poll Taxes— Regular at $2


100.00


102.00


106.00


Yield Taxes


225.00


788.32


500.00


Head Taxes (Town Share)


30.00


30.00


30.00



Total Revenues from all Sources

Except Property Taxes $2,724.27 $3,317.59 S3,450.98

Amount to be raised by Property Taxes 3,047.05

TOTAL REVENUES $6,498.03

fCash on hand over current Liabilities



BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF EASTON

Estimates of Expenditures for the ensuing year, January 1, 1959
to December 31, 1959, compared with the actual Expenditures
and Appropriations of the previous year, January 1, 1958 to
December 31, 1958.

Approp. Actual Estimated
PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 1958 1958 1959

Genera! Government:

Town Officers' Salai'ies !|

Town Officers' Expenses
Election and Registration Exp.
Expenses Town Hall and

other Town Buildings 250.00 174.46 800.00

Protection of Persons and Property:



735.00


$ 729.00


$ 734.00


300.00


199.91


300.00


100.00


76.00


12.00



Fire Dept. and Civil Defense


100.00




100.00


Insurance


175.00


105.84


105.84


Health:








Health Dept.


5.00


5.00


5.00


Town Dump


50.00


50.00


50.00



Highways and Bridges:

Town Maintenance — Summer

Town Maintenance— Winter } 950.00 907.40 1,007.75



General Expenses Highway Dept.

Town Road Aid 34.72 34.72 45.25

Libraries: 1.50.00 150.00 150.00

Public Welfare:

Town Poor 50.00 50.00

Public Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries 100.00 101.00 100.00



Unclassified :








Advertising and Regional Assn.


32.52


32.52


32.19


50% School Share, N.F.R.F.


250.00


324.99


275.00


Highways and Bridges:








State Aid Construction,








Town's Share


1,667.00






Bridge Account




1,667.00




Payments to Other Governmental








Divisions:








County Taxes


660.00


626.75


640.00


School Taxes


3,400.00


3,400.00


2,091.00



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 9,009.24 $ 8,584.59 $ 6,498.03



INVENTORY OF 1958



Land and Buildings




$246,000.00


(Growing Wood and Timber


14,730.00)


Electric Power Lines




85,000.00


18 Cows




1,850.00


3 Horses




190.00


Neat Stock




150.00


13 Sheep




120.00


5 Gasoline Pumps




660.00


Wood and Lumber




350.00


Mills and Machinery




2,900.00


Total Gross


Valuation


$337,220.00


Less Soldiers' Exemptions


3,000.00



Net Valuation on which Tax Rate

Computed $334,220.00

Property Tax 6,015.96

Poll Tax 104.00

Yield Tax 960.64



Total Taxes for Collector $ 7,080.60

Tax Ptate $100.00 Valuation 1 .80

LLST OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town hall and land $12,150.00

Furniture and etiuipment 1,000.00

Library and equipment ' 1,500.00

Fire department and eciuipment 70.00

Highway department and equipment 100.00

Johnsky place 100.00

Total $ 14,920.00



LIST OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1958
COMPARED WITH THOSE OF 1959



1958 1959



Town Officers' salaries


$ 735.00


$ 734.00


Town Officers' expenses


300.00


300.00


Election and registration expenses


100.00


12.00


Town Hall expenses


425.00


905.84


Fire Dept. and Civil Defense


100.00


100.00


Town Maintenance: Summer ^






Towai Maintenance: Winter }■


950.00


1,007.75


General Exp. of Highway Dept. J






State Aid Construction


1,667.00




T. R. A. Town's share


34.72


45.25


Cemetery


100.00


100.00


County Tax


660.00


640.00


School


3,400.00


2,091.00


Library


150.00


150.00


Cooperative Advertising


32.52


32.19


Town Poor


50.00


50.00


Health


55.00


55.00


50% School's Share of N.F.R.F.


250.00


275.00


Total for 1959




$ 6,498.03



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
Assets



Balance on hand December


31,


1958


$1,958.84


Accounts due the Town:








Uncollected taxes






229.14


Fire, A. Delage






15.00


Capital Reserve Fund






832.22


Bridge Reserve Fund






1,667.00



Total Assets $4,702.20

Liabilities

Capital Reserve Fund

(To offset asset, above) 832.22

State of N. H. New Bridge 1,667.00

" " " Debt Retirement 185.81



Total Liabilities $2,685.03

Excess of Assets over Liabilities $2,017.17

TOWN CLERK'S REPORT

2 1957 Auto Permits $ 5.09

60 1958 Auto Permits 737.20

11 1958 Dog Taxes 22.00

6 Town Map - 6.00



Total amount to Town Treasurer $ 770.29

PHYLLIS H. BOWLES,

Town Clerk.

Copies of Easton Town Maps may be obtained from the
Town Clerk at a price of $1.00 each.



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT

Summary of Warrant
Property, Poll and Yield Taxes

Levy of 1958

DR.

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes $6,015.96

Poll Taxes 104.00

Total Warrant

$6,119.96

Yield Taxes 960.64

Total Debits $7,080.60

CR.

Remittances to Treasurer:

Property Taxes $5,879.56

Poll Taxes 102.00

Yield Taxes 791.80

Discounts Allowed 76.10

Abatements 2.00

Uncollected Taxes as per Collector's List

Property 60.30

Yield Taxes 168.84



Total Credits ' $7,080.60



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Summary of Warrant

Property, Poll and Yield Taxes

Levy of 1956 - 1957

DR.

Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1958:

Property Taxes S 71.02

Yield Taxes 154.19



$ 225.21

Interest Collected during Fiscal Year

Ended December 31, 1958 3.60



Total Debits $ 228.81

CR.

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal
Year Ended December 31, 1958:
Property Taxes S 71.02

Yield Taxes 154.19

Interest Collected during Year 3.60

$ 228.81



Total Credits




Summary of Warrant




State Head Tax




Levy of 1957




DR.




Uncollected Taxes as of January

1, 1958 $
Penalties Collected


10.00
1.00


Total Debits

CR.


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Remittances to Treasurer During 1958




Head Taxes $


10.00


Penalties


1.00



11.00



Total Credits $ 11.00



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Sumniary of Warrant

State Head Tax

Levy of 1958

DR.

State Head Taxes Committed to Collector:
Original Warrant $295.00



Uncollected Taxes - Levy of 1958

Property Taxes:

Allen, Hope $ 1.80

Bowles, Melvin and Ida 10.80

Burke, Napoleon 1.80

Paquette, Maurice 32.40

Williams, Florence and Norman 13.50

Yield Taxes:

Paquette, Maurice G. $ 168.84



Total Debit $295.00

CR.



Remittances to Treasurer:
Head Taxes


$290.00


$290.00
5.00


Abatements




Total Credits


$295.00



Total Uncollected Taxes as of

December 31, 1958. $229.14

"I hereby certify that the above list, showing the
name and amount due from each delinquent taxpayer, as
of Dec. 31, 1958 on account of the Tax Levy of 1958, is
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief."

ION S. WHITCOMB,
Tax Collector



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TOWN TREASURER'S REPORT

Balance on hand January 1, 1958 $1,368.58

Littleton National Bank, refund on service charge .65

Ion S. Whitcomb, Collector of Taxes:

Property Tax 5,950.58

Poll Tax 102.00

Yield Tax 945.99

Interest 3.60

Head Tax 300.00

Head Tax Penalties 1.00

Phyllis H. Bowles, Town Clerk

Automobile Permits 742.29

Dog Tax 22.00

Sale of Town Maps 6.00

Sale of Secretary (Town Property) 9.00

Jack Kenney, 1 ton Calcium Chloride 41.10

George Clement, Rental Town Hall 20.00

State of New Ham.pshire:

Savings Bank Tax 13.68
Reimbursement, a/c State-Federal Forest Lands 77.14

Interest and Dividend Tax 643.37

National Forest Reserve Fund 649.98



Total - $10,896.96

Paid on account of 62 Selectmen's Orders 8.938.12



Cash Balance on hand, January 1, 1959 $1,958.84

SADIE N. GLOVER,
Treasurer.



STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS
1958



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Town Officers' Salaries


$ 729.00


Town Officers' Expenses


199.91


Election and Registration


76.00


Town Hall Expense and Insurance


280.30


Health Department


55.00


Town Maintenance: Winter


512.38


Town Maiiitenance: Summer


395.02


Town Road Aid


34.72


Library


150.00


Cooperative Advertising


32.52


Cemeterj^


101.00


Taxes Collected for the State


312.43


County Tax


626.75


School District


3,724.99


Unclassified


1,708.10



Total Payments



5,938.12



.$ 10.00


75.00


40.00


125.00


125.00


250.00


4.00


100.00



14

DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS

Detail 1. Town Officers' Salaries:

Ethel M. Furman, Auditor

Phyllis H. Bowles, ToAvn Clerk

Sadie N. Glover, Town Treasurer

Everett M. Furman, Selectman

Walter M. Wolff, Selectman

Durand B. Cooley, Selectman, Chairman

Helen J. Young, Moderator

Ion S. Whitcomb, Tax Collector

Total $729.00

Detail 2. Town Officers' Expenses:

Branham Publishing Co., Automobile Books SI 3.00

Wheeler & Clark, Dog tags and Book 3.69

Harrison PubUshing House, Town reports 115.00

The Courier Printing Co., Selectmen's notices 2.97

F. J. Shores, Land transfers 2.06

Ida M. Horner, N. H. Tax Collector's Assn. dues 3.00

Charles R. Hardy, Dues for Town Clerk Assn. 3.00

Phyllis H. Bowles 2.50

Sadie M. Glover, Treasurer 1.20

Everett M. Furman, Selectman 5.92

Durand B. Cooley, Selectman 5.87

State of N. H. Notary Public Fee 10.00

State of N. H. Supp. Law Books 1.00

Silsby's Book Store, Notary Seal 8.50

Edson C. Eastman Co., Town Supplies 22.20

Total $199.91



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Detail 3. Election and Registration:

Helen Young, JModerator
Helena ISchultze, Supervisor
Jack Kenney, Supervisor
Ion Whitcomb, Supervisor
Olive Nelson, Supervisor
Ivah Eclney, Ballot Clerk
Mary Zuk, Ballot Clerk
Eva Cooley, Ballot Inspector
Olive Nelson, Ballot Inspector
Percy Leighton, Ballot Inspector

Total

Detail 4. Town Hall Expense:

Public Service Co.. Lights

Merton Eclney, Janitor

Farm Bureau Ins. Co., Ins. on Town Hall

D. B. Cooley, Cord of Wood

W. Zuk, Flood Light

W. Zuk, Flag Pole Inst.

G. Clement, Elec. Stove

Total

Detail 5. Health Department:

D. B. Cooley, Health Officer
Town of Franconia, Use of Dump

Total
Detail 6. Town Maintenance, Winter:

Treasurer, State of N. H., Plowing Snow
Detail 7. Tow^n Maintenance, Summer:
Treasurer, State of N. H.
Detail 8. Town Road Aid:

Treasurer, State of N. H.



8.00
12.00
12.00
8.00
4.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
4.00
4.00

76.00



35.46
64.00
105.84
22.00
10.00
37.00
6.00



$ 280.30



5.00
50.00



55.00



$ 512.38



$ 395.02



34.72



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Detail 9. Library:

Jane Cutter, Treasurer $ 150.00

Detail 10. Recreation:

White IMountain Region Association $ 32.52

Detail 11. Cemetery:

Merton Edney, Sexton $ 92.00

E. Hubbard, Loam 9.00



Total $ 101.00

Detail 12. Unclassified:

Jack Kenney, 1 Ton Chloride

Littleton Savings Bank, Bridge Account

Total
Detail 13. Taxes Collected for State:



$


41.10




1.667.00


$


1,708.10


$


271.00




41.43


$


312.43


$


626.75



State Treasurer, Plead Tax
State Treas., Debt Retirement

Detail 14. County Tax:

Lawrence M. Colby, County Treasurer
Detail 15. School District:

Jane Cutter, Treasurer $ 3,724.99

PAYMENTS TO SCHOOL TREASURER

i/o N.P.R.P. for year ending June 30, 1959 $ 324.99
All approp. for year ending June 30, 1959 3,400.00

Total $ 3,724.99



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18

EASTOxN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Librarian's Report

1958

In observance of National Library Week, we held open
house at the Library on March 11, 1958, Town Meeting-
Day. In the forenoon the Town Meeting was held. In the
afternoon the Library was open. Several people visited
the Library. They remarked on the nice Library for a
small town. New books were on display. We wish at this
time to thank everyone who has given books and magazines.
We have added 201 books during the year, 17 books have
been purchased with the Town's appropriation. 125 paper
covered books were removed and they were sent to the
Veterans Hospital at AVhite River Jet.

The Bookmobile made 4 trips during the year.

We borrowed 322 books and loaned 430.

Number of Visitors 252
Books Loaned:

Adult fiction 604

Non-fiction 84

Juvenile fiction 95

Non-fiction 2



Total of Books loaned 785

Magazines loaned 198



Total Circulation 983

Number of Readers 22

The Library is open to the public every Saturday aft-
ernoon from 1 :00 to 4 :00 p. m. Anyone wishing to obtain
books at any other time may do so by contacting the
librarian.

IVAH EDNEY,
Librarian.



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LIBRARY FINANCIAL REPORT

Balance on hand, January 1, 1958 $ 65.37

Approp. from Selectmen 150.00



Total Receipts






Salar}^ of Librarian


$


100.00


Insurance




12.74


Books Purchased (17)




24.28


Miscellaneous




.49



215.37



Total Expenditures $ 137.51



Balance on hand, January 1, 1959 $ 77.86



AUDITOR'S STATEMENT

This is to certify that I have examined the books,
vouchers, bank statements, and other financial records of
the Town of Easton for the fiscal year ending December
31, 1958 and find them correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.

(Mrs.) olive J. NELSON,

Auditor.



20

You Can Help Prevent Forest Fires

Twenty-five percent of all forest fires in New Hampshire
are caused from careless debris burning — brush, paper,
leaves, grass, etc. Most of them are started without the
required permit from the local forest fire warden. The
cost of extinguishing these fires annually runs into large
sums of money.

According to law, responsible parties must pay the cost
of putting them out. In addition, violators may be subject
to court prosecution with fines running as high as ($200)
two hundred dollars.

In the interest of fire prevention why not eliminate
burning at home? Use your town dump. It has been set
up for your personal convenience. It provides a suitable
place for the disposal of dangerous inflammable waste
material and other useless items which accunuilate around
the home and local stores; brush, etc., cut on your prop-
erty. Eliminate the hazard of burning yourself. It will
be easier for you — personally and financially.

If, however, you do burn on your premises :

1. Secure a permit from your local forest fire warden
— the law requires it.

2. Be sure to properly supervise your burning. Don't
leave it.

3. Make certain your fire is DEAD OUT before leav-
ing it.

Save yourself muck possible difficulty.
Use your town dump.

Number of local fires 1

Number of acres burned None

Number of permits issued 2

H. C. HARTWELL, JR., D. B. COOLEY,

District Fire Chief Forest Fire Warden



21



ANNUAL REPORT
of the
EASTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

For Year Ending January 1, 1959



DISTRICT OFFICERS
School Board



Mrs. Eva Coolo.y, Chairman
Mr. Jack Kemiey
Mrs. Ethel Furman



Term Expires 1959
Term Expires 1960
Term Expires 1961



OTHER DISTRICT OFFICERS



Mrs. Helene Schultze

Miss Jane Cutter

Mrs. Margaret Whitcomb

Mrs. Ivah Edney

Mrs. Margaret Whitcomb

Mr. Ronald A. Perham



Aloderator

Treasurer

Auditor

Clerk

Truant Officer

Superintendent of Schools



22

SCHOOL WARRANT

To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town of
Easton, qualified to vote in district affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said district on the fourth day of March, 1959, at 7:30
o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following subjects:

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 en-
suing three years.

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year.

5. 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.

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees,
or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto.

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

8. To see what sum of money the district will raise and
appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries
of school district officials and agents, and for the pay-
ment of statutory obligations of the district, and to
authorize the application against said appropriation of
such sums as are estimated to be received from the
state foundation aid fund together with other income;
the school board to certify to the selectmen the bal-
ance between the estimated revenue and the approp-
riation, which balance is to be raised by taxes by the
town.

9. To see if the District will vote to raise $15.00 toward
the tennis program at Dow Academy.

10. To see if the District will authorize the School Board
to make application for, and to receive, in the name
of the District, such advances, grants-in-aid, or other
funds for educational purposes as may now or here-
after be forthcoming from the United States Govern-
ment and/or State Agencies.

11. To transact any other business that may legally come
before this meeting.

EVA COOLEY
JACK KENNEY
ETHEL PURMAN
School Board



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BUDGET FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT OF EASTON 1959-1960

Paid Out Proposed



Administration :

1 . Salaries of District Officers

2. Supt. Salary (Local Share)

3. Tax for Statewide Supervision

4. Salaries of Other Adm. Personnel

5. Supplies & Expenses

Auxiliary Activities

16. Transportation 1,067.00 1,400.00 364.00 1,000.00

17. Tuition 1,825.00 2,200.00 540.00 2,000.00

Fixed Charges

19. Retirement 4.90 5.00 4.33 5.00

20. Insurance, Treas. Bond & Exp. 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00



Paid Out


Budget


to


Budget


1957-58


1958-59


Jan. 1,'59


1959-60


60.00 $


68.00 $


$


68.00


45.04


50.00


46.73


50.00


28.00


30.00


16.00


20.00


36.92


40.00


36.97


45.00


42.88


45.00


34.86


45.00



TOTAL K,114.74 .?;3,843.00 .?1,047.89 $3,238.00



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SCHOOL BOARD'S ESTIMATE FOR 1959-1960

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


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