Sarah F. and Nathaniel Jenkins' Cemetery Trust Fund
Strafford Savings Bank
Principal, Jan. 31, 1934 $ 297.21
As there were no expenditures during 1934-1935, the prin-
cipal with accumulated interest is on deposit.
Trustees of Trust Funds.
FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE
MADBURY SCHOOL DISTRICT
July 1, 1933 to June 30, 1934
Cash on hand July 1, 1933 $ 130.46
Received from Town Treasurer. .-. . 4,000.00
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Literary fund 7 . 74
Dog tax 105 00
Tuition — Town of Barrington 14.00
State Aid 285.29
Evelyn Price — balance in account. . 5.86
Superintendent's excess salary .... $ 117.00
Expenses of administration 35.28
Teachers' salaries 1,814.00
Text books 101.01
Scholars' supplies 71 . 74
Fuel 48 . 50
Janitor's supplies 14.27
Minor repairs and expenses 308.29
Medical inspection 60 . 00
Transportation of pupils 305.20
High School tuition 1,073.77
Elementary school tuition 38 . 00
Per capita tax 164.00
New equipment 13 . 84
Account paid treasurer 5 . 86
$ 4,548.35 $ 4,174.95
Cash on hand June 30, 1934 373.40
$ 4,548.35 $ 4,548.35
We, the undersigned, have examined the foregoing ac-
counts and have found them correctly cast and properly
AUSTIN M. HOPEY, JR.
ED^YARD L. YOUNG
SCHOOL BOARD — ESTIMATE BUDGET
JULY 1. 1935 TO JUNE 30. 1936
Support of Schools
Teachers' salaries $ 1,700.00
Text books 70 . 00
Scholars' supjilies 70.00
Flags and appurtenances 5.00
Other expenses of instruction ... 5.00
Fuel 100 . 00
Water, lights tt janitor's supplies 10.00
Minor repairs and expenses 90 . 00
Health supervision 65.00
Transportation of pupils 342 00
Payment of elementary tuition 72.00
Other special activities 40 00
Other Statutory Rcqvirements
Salaries of District Officers $ 60.00
Truant Officer and School Census 1 , 00
Payment of High School tuition 1,500 00
Superintendent's excess salary . . 110.00
Per capita, tax $ 168.00
Total amount of budget $ 4,408.00
Dog tax $ 70.00
Income from Trust Fund 7 . 74
Total income $ 77 . 74
Total to be appropriated $ 4,330 . 26
E. A. AD AIMS,
JENNIE M. DEMERRITT,
CLARENCE G. FELKER,
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT
OF SCHOOLS IN MADBURY, N. H.
To THE School Board and Citizens of Madbury:
I am submitting my sixth annual report. On July
first Milton was added to Supervisory Union No. 56,
which is now composed of Somersworth, Rollinsford, Dur-
ham, Madbury and IMilton. This enlarged territory has
necessitated a revision of time given to Madbury but as
a rule both of your schools are visited each week, and
never less than once in two weeks. I believe in frequent
short visits rather than in long ones far apart. Both of
the teachers this year are new to the work in Madbury
but I can truthfully say that they are maintaining the
standards set by the teachers who preceded them. Both
of the school buildings are in reasonably good shape.
The teacher and jxipils ha^'e worked hard at the Center
School to improve their yard. I wish that at some time
we could get the good cooperative spirit working and
have a "bee" at this school to make a school yard to
compare favorably with DeMcrritt Square. This could
also be done at the North School where a good play-
ground could be made better. We also need swings and
All last winter milk was distributed to pupils who
needed it to build up strong bodies and the money was
jirovided from Federal funds. In November of this year
the fund was renewed and will be continued, probably
imtil June 1. Six bottles per day are provided for each
No State Aid was received in December of this year
but it is hoped that a small amount will be received next
year. Since Dover charges a high rate of high school
tuition, nearly one-fourth of the school funds provided
go for this item.
At the time of this writing a coal grate is being in-
stalled at the Center School and we hope that this will
enable the children to have a more even and comfortable
temperature in their school room. The outside door is
The report of the School Nurse follows.
HOWARD L. WINSLOW
Different pupils enrolled
No. of tardy marks ....
Per cent of attendance
Visits of Superintendent
Visits of School Nurse..
MADBURY PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE
Clara Bastianelli 4 terms
Angelo Viola 4
Mary DeCicco 3
Albert Bastianelli 2
Ernest Bastianelli 2
Nancy Bastianelli 2
Etalo Cecchetti 2 terms
Pauline DeCicco 2
Benjamin Hayes 2
James Tibbetts 2
Allen Tucker 2
Albert Viola 2 "
Josephine Viola 2
Antoinette DeCicco, Gr. 1 1 "
Antoinette DeCicco, Gr. 4 1 "
Catherine Theodore 4 terms
Avis Baxter 3
Ruth Ross 3 "
Wesley Ross 3
Kenneth Sanders 3
Wallace Sanders 3
Peter Theodore 3
Julia Theodore 3
Arlene Baxter 2
Laura DeMerritt 2 "
Elizabeth Kimball 2 "
Anita Martcl 2 "
Arthur Osepchook 2 "
Olga Osepchook 2 "
Leeman Wormwood 2
REPORT OF SCHOOL NURSE
To THE Superintendent of Schools, Members of the
School Board, and Citizens of Madblry:
I Avish to submit my annual report as school nurse.
Physical Inspection 108
School Treatments 5
Talks on Health and Hygiene 10
C ommunicahle diseases :
Scarlet Fever 1
I am glad to report we have no cases of Pediculosis in
the schools at present.
Under the Child Reco\'ery Program the sum of $30 was
allotted to Madbury. We had two tonsillectomy opera-
tions performed and three pupils had dental work done.
Milk is being furnished by the state during the winter
months for needy children.
I wish to thank the School Board, Superintendent,
Teachers and Parents for their helpful cooperation.
EULLA M. ULLRICH, R. N.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS
April 14, 1934
Arlixe Eleanor Levasseur, daughter of William Levas-
seiir and Yvonne Royer.
June 11. 1934
Dorothy Alberta Norman, daughter of Lewis Norman
and Dorothy Dodge.
September 28, 1934
Rudolph DiCicco, son of John DiCicco and Donota An-
June 27, 1933
Richard Oilman Hale, son of Richard Oilman Hale
and Pearl Hardy.
October 9, 1934
Doris Oermaine Martel, daughter of Donat Martel
and Marie Anne Renaud.
December 18, 1934
Oeorge Albert Varney, Jr., son of George Albert Var-
nev and Mar\'el Perrv.
December 29, 1934
AxTONio Bastianelli, son of Sabato Bastianclli and
January 23, 1935
Verne Royal Brown, son of Earl J. Brown and Lauris
August 5, 1934
William Henry McGrath, Dorchester, Massachusetts,
and Mary Agnes Kelley, Madbury, X. H. By the
Rev. J. F. Creeden, Catholic Priest, Dover, N. H.
October 27, 1934
Raynor William Palmer, IMadbury, N. H., and Leah
Ruth Bureau, So. Berwick, Maine. By the M. Ernest
Hall, D. D., Rochester, X. H.
Xovember 11, 1934
Lewis X'^ewhouse, Reading, Mass., and Ruth Akerly,
Madbury, X. H. By the Rev. Raymond L. Hall, Con-
gregational minister, >\Ladbury, X. H.
May 22, 1934
Orlando L. Churbuck, son of G. W, Churbuck, Xan-
tucket Island, Mass., and Harriet E. Linnell, Hyannis,
Mass. Aged 75 years, 7 days.
July 28, 1934
Ella Cynthia Canney (widow of H. Edsell Canney),
daughter of George W. Young, Barrington, N. H., and
Cynthia E. Moody, Tamworth, N. H. Aged 82 years,
11 months, 18 days.
MRS. ELLA CYNTHLA. (YOUNG) CANNEY
In July of this present year came the sad news that
Mrs. Canney had passed away after an iUness of several
Mrs. Canney was born August 10, 1851 in Dover,
N. H., and was the daughter of George W. Young and
Cynthia E. Moody. On June 24, 1880 she married Her-
man Edcil Canney. For several years the couple lived
in Clarksville, Virginia, coming to Dover, N. H., to make
their home for over forty years.
In 1900 Mr. and Mrs. Canney came to Madbury to
live in the old Paul Chesley home. Here Mrs. Canney
led a cjuiet, useful life to the present time. She was kind
to neighbors and all who came in contact with her. In
her home she was most efficient and "looked well after
the ways of her household."
Three children survive her — Herman C. Canney, Ma-
bel Canney, and Elmer Canney.
MRS. ELLEN MARIA WEEKS HAYES
The town has lost another valued citizen in the passing
of Mrs. Hayes. For many years, as the wife of Mr.
Charles W. Hayes, she was a prominent and useful citi-
zen of Madbury.
She was born in Strafford, N. H., April 29, 1843 and
was the daughter of William and Maria (Clark) Weeks.
When about five years of age she moved with her family
to Barrington, N. H., where she made her home at the
Weeks homestead until she married Mr. Hayes, Novem-
l)cr 8, 1866 and came to live in Madbury. She was prom-
inent and influential in all church, educational and social
affairs of the town. In later years she made her winter
home with her oldest daughter, Mrs. George E. Crosby,
in Allston, Massachusetts, spending each summer at her
home in ^ladbury in the usual activities with her many
She passed away at the advanced age of 90 years, 3
months and 27 days. There are three daughters born in
Madbury to mourn her loss. Mrs. George E. Crosby,
Allston, Mass., Mrs. Charles S. Fuller, Cambridge, Mass.,
and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Baer, Rollinsford, N. H.
For a number of years Mr. and Mrs. Hayes lived in
Dover, N. H., keeping the old home and farm in Mad-
bury. During this time both became members of the
First Parish Church and the Historical Societj^ called the