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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



FINANCIAL AFFAIRS



OF THE



Town of Easton, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR



ENDING



JANUARY 31, 1931



ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



FINANCIAL AFFAIRS



OF THE



Town of Easton, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR



ENDING



JANUARY 31, 1931



THE COURIER PRINTING CO., LITTLETON. N. H.

1931



TOWN OFFICERS



F. H. Bowles



Millard Bowles



MODERATOR
Charles A. Young

CLERK
Prancella Cooley

TREASURER
Charles A. Young

SELECTMEN
CM. Dockham

SUPERVISORS



O. L. Bowles



Lyle Brown



HEALTH OFFICER
Elra M. Cooley

BOARD OF EDUCATION
E. M. Cooley Helen J. Young Gladys Brooks

LIBRARY TRUSTEES
Helen J. Young F. H. Bowles Cecil P. Bowles

TAX COLLECTOR
Roy L. Judd

AUDITOR
Cecil P. Bowles

ROAD AGENT
Ion Whitcomb



TOWN MEETING WARRANT

March 10, 1931



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

Article 2. To raise such sums of money as may
be necessary to defray town charges for the ensuing
year and make appropriations for same.

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

Article 4. To see if the town will vote to accept
State Aid on new cement bridge and raise necessary
money for same.

Article 5. To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate money to eradicate pine blister rust.

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to instruct
the selectmen to allow a discount of 2% on early pay-
ment of taxes.

Article 7. To see if the town will vote to have
the highways plowed in winter, what roads, and how
or in what manner.

Article 8. To see if the town will vote sufficient
appropriations for observance of Old Home Day and
for appointments of proper committee of arrange-
ments.



Article 9. To hear the reports of committees and
agents, and to transact any other business that may
legally come before the meeting.



INVENTORY OF 1930



Land and buildings $200,824 00

46 horses 3,335 00

1 ox 40 00
71 cows 3,795 00
16 neat stock 690 00
6 sheep 60 00

2 portable mills 1,525 00
2 gasoline pumps and tank 425 00
Wood and lumber 4,208 00
1 spruce oil still 100 00
Stock in trade 500 00



Total value $215,752 00

Resident tax 6,041 06

72 Polls 144 00



Total for collector $6,185 06

Tax rate $2.80 for $100.00 valuation.



CONDENSED BUDGET



Submitted for your consideration for 1931
State aid construction
State aid maintenance
Town highways and bridges
State aid cement bridge
State tax
County tax
School purposes
To eradicate pine bhster rust
Town charges
Note at Littleton Bank

Total



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT
Francella Cooley, Auto tax for 1930
Francella Cooley, Auto tax for 1931
Francella Cooley, Dog tax less clerk fee

To town treasurer



$ 200


00


650


00


250


00


1,000


00


525


00


500


00


1,500


00


200


00


700


00


1,000


00


$5,725


00


$ 57


90


101


01


,' 47


40



$206 31



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES



ASSETS
Due from state on town's O. D. of con-
tinuing S. A. C. $2,436 20
Balance on hand February 1, 1931 1,429 54

Total $3,865 74
LIABILITIES

Due to school treasurer $ 400 00

Dog hcense money due to school treasurer 47 40

For soldiers' memorial 100 00

Due Littleton National Bank 1,000 00

Total $1,547 40

Total assets $3,865 74

Total liabilities 1,547 40



Assets over liabilities $2,318 34



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF EASTON



Estimates of Revenue for the ensuing year, February

uary 31, 1932, compared with actual Revenue of the

February 1, 1930, to January 31, 1931

Actual
Revenue
SOURCES OF REVENUE Previous

Year, 1930
From state:

National forest reserve tax $ 204 48

Savings bank tax 151 96

Abatement of state tax 211 51

Bounty 20 00

From local sources except taxes:
All licenses and permits except
dog licenses 158 91

Interest received on taxes 3 35

From poll taxes 142 00

Revenue applicable only to new construction

and improvement:
From state:

(a) For state forest for fire

(b) For state aid construction

(c) For cement bridge
Amount raised by issue of bonds or

notes :

Note at Littleton Bank
Revenue which must be paid to other
governmental divisions

Total revenue from all sources except

property taxes
Amount property tax raised
Last year's taxes collected
Interest on last year's taxes collected

Total revenues



1, 1931 to Jan-
previous year,

Estimated

Revenue

Ensuing

Year, 1931

$ 225 00
150 00
215 00



140 00

3 50

150 00



4


03




1,663


70


486 00


530


31


1,000 00


1,000


00




47


40


48 00


$4,137


85


$2,417 50


5,982


41




•36


76




2


87




$10,159


89





BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF EASTON



Estimates of Expenditures for the ensuing year, February 1, 1931, to

February 1, 1932, compared with actual Expenditures of the previous

year, February 1, 1930, to February 1, 1931





Actual


Estimated


PURPOSES OF


Expenditures


Expenditures


EXPENDITURES


Previous


Ensuing




Year, 1930


Year, 1931


Current maintenance expenses:






General government:






Town officers' salaries


$ 262 25


$ 275 00


Town officers' expenses


189 82


190 00


Election and registration expense


32 00


40 00


Bounty


15 00




Health Department


5 00


5 00


Vital statistics


4 25


4 25


Forest fires


8 05




Highway and bridges:






Town maintenance


251 97


250 00


State aid maintenance:






State's contribution


3,671 89


5,000 00


Town's contribution


612 81


650 00


State aid construction:






State's contribution


1,944 00


486 00


Town's contribution


2,138 49


200 00


State aid bridge:






State's contribution


612 53


1,000 00


Town's contribution


612 54


1,000 00


General expense of highway


213 37


210 00


Plowing and breaking highways


169 76


170 00


Cemeteries


87 75


17 00


Interest


25 00


25 00


Payments to other governmental divisions:




Note at Littleton Bank




1,000 00


State tax


362 84


350 00


County tax


490 20


500 00


School district


1,900 00


1,900 00


State forester, to eradicate pine blister






rust


200 00


200 00


Dog license to School treasury


28 20


47 00


Library


20 00


10 00



Total



$13,857 72



$13,529 25



Treasurer's Report



RECEIPTS



Balance on hand February 1, 1930 $1,429 54

Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 1930 57 90

Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 1931 101 01

Francella Cooley, town clerk, dog license 47 40

Roy L. Judd, tax collector 6,167 59

Littleton National Bank 1,000 00

F. H. Bowles, state treasurer check 5 00

C. T. Patten, Forestry department 4 03

C. T. Patten, National Forest Reserve Fund 204 48

C. T. Patten, Abatement State Tax 211 51
C. T. Patten, State treasurer, Highway

department 736 01
C. T. Patten, State treasurer. Highway

department 1,458 00
C. T. Patten, State treasurer, bounty on

bears 15 00



Total $11,437 47
EXPENDITURES

60 orders paid $9,845 26

Balance on hand February 1, 1931 1,592 21

Total $11,437 47



DETAIL STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS



Balance on hand February 1, 1930 $1,429 54

Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 1930 57 90

Francella Cooley, town clerk, auto tax 1931 101 01

Francella Cooley, town clerk, dog license 47 40

Roy L. Judd, tax collector, taxes for 1930 6,124 41

Roy L. Judd, tax collector, interest for 1930 3 55
Roy L. Judd, tax collector, tax for 1929

redeemed 36 76
Roy L. Judd, tax collector, interest for

1929 tax 2 87

Littleton National Bank 1,000 00

F. H. Bowles, state treasurer check 5 00

C. T. Patten, National Forest Reserve Fund 204 48

C. T. Patten, forestry department 4 03

C. T. Patten, Abatement State Tax 211 51
C. T. Patten, State treasurer. Highway

department, S. and B. 530 31
C. T. Patten, State treasurer, Highway

department, S. and C. 1,663 70
C. T. Patten, State treasurer, bounty on

bears 15 00

Total - $11,437 47



DETAIL STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS

Current Maintenance Expenses:

General government:

Town officers' salaries

Town officers' expenses

Election and registration expenses

Health department

Bounties

Vital statistics

Highway and bridges, Town maintenance

General expense of highway department

Plowing road and snow control

Cemeteries

Interest paid on temporary loans

Outlay for new construction of road and

bridges
Outlay for new cement bridge
State aid maintenance
Forest fire
Payments to other governmental di\asions:

Dog license to School district less clerk's
fee

Taxes paid to state

Taxes paid to county

Tax paid to School district

Library

To State forester to eradicate \yhite pine

bhster rust 200 00



262


25


189


82


32


00


5


00


15


00


4


25


251


97


213


37


169


76


87


75


25


00


3,824


14


1,142


85


612


81


8


05


28


20


362


84


490


20


1,900


00


20


00



Total $9,845 26

Detail 1. Town officers' Salaries:

Francella Cooley, clerk $ 38 75



110


00


48


00


36


00


25


00


4


50



13



O. L. Bowles, selectman
C. M. Dockham, selectman
F. H. Bowles, selectman
C. A. Young, treasurer
C. A. Young, moderator

Total $262 25

Detail 2. Town officers' Expenses:

Roy L. Judd, collector $ 92 51

Littleton Courier, town reports 48 18

F. H. Bowles, selectman 14 00

O. L. Bowles, selectman 11 79

Edson C. Eastman, dog tag and books 60

Hunkins and Eaton, treasurer bond 15 00

Hunkins and Eaton, collector bond 5 00

Francella Cooley, clerk, ink, stamps and etc. 1 50

W. J. Randolph, land transfer 1 24



Total $189 82



Detail 3. Election and Registration Expenses

Millard Bowles, supervisor
George Crafts, ballot clerk
Gladys Brooks, ballot clerk,
Elery Cooley, ballot clerk
Millard Bowles, ballot clerk



Total $32 00

Detail 4. Health Department:

E. M. Cooley, officer $5 00

Detail 5. Bounties:

C. M. Dockham, bear account $15 00



$18


00


2


00


4


00


6


00


2


00



14



Detail 6. Vita! Statistics:
Francella Cooley, marriages, births,
deaths



$4 25



Detail 7. Highway, Bridges, Town
Ion Whitcomb



laintenance:

$251 97



Detail 8. General Expenses of Highway:

F. L. Blake, Western grader blade $ 8 50

Richardson and Cameron, spades 8 00
C. A. Young, lumber and plank for bridges

and railings 175 91

Go wing and Chamberlin, pick handle 1 00

American Express Company 57

Joe Sherburn, for spikes 10 44

A. E. Streeter, bolts, irons, and chains 7 45

Littleton Hardware Company, spikes 1 50



Total



$213 37



Detail 9.. .Plowing Roads:

Walter Pelletier and truck

Nelson Roy

Clayton Dockham

Roy Judd

Percy Pease

O. G. Bowles

O. L. Bowles

F. H. Bowles

Ion Whitcomb

Stanley Darvid

Neil Stimson

John Johnsky and team

W. F. Parker and Son



$ 20


00


2


50


3


50


3


50


3


50


1


17


1


56


1


17


43


11


13


61


1


17


3


08


71


89



Total



$169 76



15



Detail 10. Cemeteries:

F. H. Bowles on driveway $70 75

O. L. Bowles, Mowing 17 00



Total $87 75

Detail 11. Interest on temporary loans:

Littleton National Bank $25 00

Detail 12: ^

Outlay for new construction of road and

bridges $3,824 14

Detail 13: >

Outlay for new cement bridge $1,142 85

Detail 14:

State Aid Maintenance $612 81

Detail 15: i

Forest fire $8 05

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
DIVISIONS

Detail 16:
Dog license to School district less

clerk's fee $28 20

Detail 17:

State tax balance $362 84

State tax was $514.80 but state credited
us with savings bank tax of $151.96



Detail 18:

County tax
Detail 19:

School district tax



$490 20
$1,900 00



16



Detail 20:

Libraries $20 00

Detail 21:
State treasurer to eradicate white pine

blister rust $200 00



Grand Total $9,845 26



LABOR ON CEMETERY DRIVEWAY



F. H. Bowles,


Foreman




F. H. Bowles, self and truck




$29 00


0. G. Bowles




10 50


Percy Leighton




17 50


Roy Judd




10 50


A. E. Streeter for iron




75


H. F. Jones for gravel




1 60


W. F. Parker, 1 bag cement




90


0. L. Bowles, mowing cemetery


8 50


0. G. Bowles, mowing cemetery


8 50



Total $87 75



ROAD AGENT'S REPORT



$136


77


42


40


42


79


21


00


1


20


2


70




75


1


50


2


86



ION WHITCOMB, Road Agent
Ion Whitcomb, self, team and truck
Stanley Darvid, labor
George Bellen, labor
Percy Leighton and team
Mattie Pease, for gravel
A. C. Pease, for gravel
H. F. Jones, for gravel
C. A. Young, for gravel
Martin Gibson, for gravel



Total $251 97



1930 STATE AID MAINTENANCE
ION S. WHITCOMB, Patrolman
Ion S. Whitcomb, labor, self, truck

and team
Stanley Darvid, labor
George Bellen, labor
Percy Leighton and team
Lyle Brown, labor
Lyle Brown, for gravel



Total
Paid by town in 1929



Whitcomb, patrol
Hunt, labor
Aldrich, labor



$367


33


89


84


87


88


38


11


17


50


12


15


$612


81


55


25


$668


06


$1,863


31


756


40


84


03



1{



Socony, asphalt

American Tar Company, rotar

American Tar Company, tarvite

Total by state
Total by town

Grand Total
Town funds
Town expended



Due state from town $ 21 95

Town pays all of its funds and the State pays the
balance

STATE AID MAINTENANCE ACCOUNT

State Town Total

Balance 1929 $ 100 03 $ 40 01 $ 140 04

Appropriation 1930 3,575 00 650 00 4,225 00



474


57


362


36


131


22


$3,671


89


668


06


$4,339


95


$690


01


668


06



$3,675 03 $690 01 $4,365 0^



EASTON STATE AID BRIDGE
O. L. Bowles, Foreman
O. L. Bowles, labor $

O. G. Bowles, labor
D. K. Bowles, labor
F. H. Bowles, truck
Roy L. Judd, labor

A. C. Pease, labor
John Johnsky and team
Ezra Dickinson, labor

B. and M. Railroad, for freight
Roland Peabody, dynamite and caps
Leon Brooks, labor

Depot Store, fuse and nails

Richardson and Camerson, 10 feet rail pipe 4 in



167


78


94


89


81


28


222


43


83


23


89


06


58


73


79


73


3


36


6


35


3


50


3


60


. 4


00



19



A. N. Farr, bridge molding

Percy Leighton, labor

Stanley Darvid, labor

George Bellen, labor

J. P. Sherburn, nails

Profile Road Construction, dynamite, 1 box,

100 sticks
American Express Company
Joe Melick, labor
Ion Whitcomb, labor

Dave Moore, for cement mixer and operator
Dave Moore, 11 bags cement
A. E. Streeter, sharpening drills, bars, etc.
W. F. Parker and Son Company, for

cement
W. E. Smith, for cement mixer
C. A. Young, lumber
Engineering and inspection, iron, steel and

other parts

Total cost
Paid by town
Paid by state



1930 STATE AID CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT

F. H. Bowles, Foreman on Lost River Road, from

Franconia to Lost River

F. H. Bowles, labor, self and team $ 869 15

O. L. Bowles, labor 285 92

O. G. Bowles, labor 231 78

Ezra Dickinson, labor 223 23

A. C. Pease, labor 131 06

Roy Judd, labor 210 20

Russell Stevens, labor 99 56

Merton Ednev, labor 57 56



2


00


5


08


3


12


4


8-;


1


79


12


50




93


2


34


2


3-^


r 4


25


9


24


4


05


158


00


6


00


28


40


82


22


$1,225


07


$612


54


612


53



20



John Johnsky, labor, self and team

D. K. Bowles, labor
Tilden Day, labor, self and team
Joe Melick, labor
Percy Pease, labor, self and truck
Joe Deatte, labor
Clyde Deatte, labor
Roscoe Deming, labor
Robert Sherburn, labor, self and truck
Leon Brooks, labor
Stanley Darvld, labor
C. N. Judd, labor
Harry Bellen, labor

B. and M. Railroad, for freight
Profile Road Account, for dynamite
Richardson and Cameron, twine
W. D. Brooks, for gravel
P. H. Bowles, for gas, oil and kerosene
W. E. Smith, for cement mixer
A. N. Farr, for bridge molding
Ella Brown, for parts
Martin Gibson, for gravel
Roland Peabody, for caps and dynamite

E. J. McKenzie, for lumber for railings
Joe Sherburn, for gravel and nails
W. F. Parker and Son Company, for

cement
O. L. BowJes, for gasoline, oil, etc.

C. A. Young, for lumber

A. E. Streeter, for sharpening drills, picks, etc.
Herbert F. Jones, for gravel
Carl Nelson, for cement mixer
Mattie Pease, for gravel



Total



255


51


85


94


7


OC


110


84


302


63


58


33


63


00


9


34


51


64


10


50


7


00


3


99


3


50




50


9


13




70


3


60


2


60


7


50


2


00


34


00


9


10


3


65


16


80


24


97


139


71


4


04


48


80


etc. 2


70


139


20


5


00


14


40


$3,546


08



21



STATE AID CONSTRUCTION

Labor on Cement Headers for Culverts in Spring

F. H. Bowles, labor, self and truck $ 98 50

O. G. Bowles, labor 33 25

Roy Judd, labor 33 25

J. P. Sherburn, for gravel 2 75

J. P. Sherburn, for nails 63

A. N. Farr, for bridge molding 2 00

C. A. Young, lumber for forms 11 83

W. F. Parker and Son Company, for cement 95 85



Total








$ 278


06


Town expended in 1930 for State










Aid Construction








$3,546


08

i


Grand Total


$3,824


14


Labor, Aldrich




$15


68






Steel, A. C. Harvey




3


74






Cement pipe, C. E. Buzzell




166


50






Cable, Wmsport Wire Rope




32


41






Fittings, State Garage




40


02


$ 258




Total expended by


state






35



Grand Total $4,082 49

STATE AID CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT

1929 Overdraft $3,217 85

1930 Town expended 3,824 14
State expended 258 35

Total $7,300 34



22



1930 Town fund $324 00

State fund 486 00

— $ 810 00

Grand Total $6,490 34

1930 Town additional allotment $972 00

1930 State additional allotment 1,458 00

$2,430 00



Total $4,060 34

Town share of overdraft $1,624 14

State share of overdraft 2,436 20



$4,060 34



AUDITOR'S REPORT
This is to certify that I have examined the town
report of Selectmen's orders and bills, all are correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief.

C. P. BOWLES, Auditor.

PAYMENTS TO SCHOOL TREASURER

FRANCELLA COOLEY, Treasurer

Balance for last year $800 00

Paid, dog license tax 28 20



Total


$828 20


le school treasurer appropriation




for 1930


$1,500 00


3g license tax


47 40


lid by town for this year to date


1,100 00



Due school treasurer including dog tax $ 447 40



LIBRARY REPORT



The library has had a very successful year. The
books loaned numbered 601. While a large number
of these were fiction, yet there has been a great de-
mand for other things, especially historical works and
biography. Volumes of poetry, religion and the na-
tural sciences were also called for in quite large num-
bers.

Magazines were also in constant circulation and
two new Farm Journals, American Farming and Bu-
reau Farmer, were added as free gifts from the pub-
lishers. These gifts are much appreciated. The an-
nual town grant of $10.00 was spent in purchasing
14 new books for the library; these include some in-
teresting volumes other than fiction. A balance of
$35.00 remains in the bank to be used when any
special need arises.

Mrs. Annie H. Bowles, of Lexington, Mass., present-
ed the library with seven excellent volumes of fiction.
We greatly appreciate this interest, and remembrance
of the library.

C. P. Bowles, Librarian.



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