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Annual Report

of the

Financial Affairs

of the

TOWN OF EASTON, N. H.

for the

Fiscal Year

ending

January 31, 1940



NEW l~fAMPSHIR£
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Annual Report

of the

Financial Affairs

of the

TOWN OF EASTON, N. H.

for the

Fiscal Year

ending

January 31, 1940



COURIER PRINTING COMPANY — LITTLETON. N. H.






Town Officers



Albert T. Eastman



Lyle E. Brown
Lyle E. Brown
Francella Cooley



Sexton
Roy L. Judd



Moderator
Wilfred K. Glover

Clerk
Francella Cooley

Treasurer
Sadie M. Glover

Selectmen
Wilfred K. Glover

Health Officer
Durand B. Cooley

Supervisors
Ion S. Whitcomb

Board of Education
Eva Cooley

Library Trustees
Ion S. Whitcomb

Tax Collector
Durand B. Cooley

Road Agent
Tilden W. Day



Kenneth D. Lang



Roy L. Judd

Doris A. Lang

Jeanette R. Young



Auditor
Elizabeth G. Edson



Overseer of the Poor
Gertrude Eastman

Police Officers
Wilfred K. Glover
Albert T, Eastman



Town Meeting^ Warrant



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 instruct the Selectmen
to allow discount for early payment of taxes. What percent
and at what time?

Article 5. To see what action the town will take in regard
to its highways in winter.

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to hire money for defraying the town charges in
anticipation of taxes.

Article 7. To see what action the town will take in regard
to funds now available for Soldiers' Memorial.

Article 8. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for the
eradication of White Pine Blister Rust.



Article 9. To transact any other business that may legally
come before the meeting.

The above warrant is correct to the following date: Febru-
ary 1, 1940.

Albert T. Eastman
Wilfred K. Glover
Kenneth D. Lang

Selectmen of Easton



Inventory of 1939




Land and buildings


$120,650.00


Electric power line


2,500.00


28 horses


2,725.00


41 cows


1,745.00


9 other neat stock


395.00


1 portable mill


1,000.00


5 gasoline pumps and tanks


310.00


Wood and lumber


2,185.00


Stock in trade


150.00




$131,660.00


Property tax


$3,317.83


87 polls


174.00



Total for collector $3,491.83

Tax; rate $2.52 for $100 valuation



Budget of the Town of Easton



Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year, February 1, 1940 to

January 31, 1941, Compared with Actual Revenue of the Previous

Year, February 1, 1939 to January 31, 1940.



SOURCES OF REVENUE



Prom State:

Savings Bank tax
Reimbursement — flood
National Forest Reserve Fund

From Local Sources Except Taxes:
Rent of town hall

Interest received on taxes and deposits
Motor vehicle permit fees

From Local Taxes Other Than Property Taxes:

(a) Poll taxes

(b) Dog taxes

(c) Tax sales 1938

(d) Property tax 1938

(e) Uncollected 1939 taxes

From Grafton County:

(a) Relief reimbursement

(b) Old Age Assistance

Amount Raised by Issue of Bonds or Notes:
Littleton Savings Bank— temporary loans
K. D. Lang — overdraft
T. W. Day — overdraft
Cash on Hand (Surplus)

Tot^i Revenues from All Sources

Except Property Taxes
Amount to Be Raised by Property Taxes

Total Revenues $6,678.99 $5,373.75

Estimates of Expenditures for the Ensuing Year, February 1, 1940 to

January 31, 1941, Compared vnth Actual Expenditures of the

Previous Year, February 1, 1939 to January 31, 1940.

Actual Estimated
PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES Expendi- Expendi-

tures 1939 tures 19i0

General Government:
Town officers' salaries $

Town officers' expenses
Election and registration expenses
Expenses town hall



Actual ,
Revenue
1939


Estimated
Revenue
1940


$ 20.18
42.37


$ 25.00
100.00


28.00

16.09

132.88


100.00


154.00

30.00

1PS.18

7.87


130.00
20.00

2.00


279.97
6.75




1,100.00
1,364.87


.30

.10

619.40


$3,368.16
3,310.83


$ 996.80
4,376.95



272.41


$ 300.00


224.43


225.00


8.00


75.00


78.60


75.00



Protection of Persons and Property:
Fire department 25.00

Bounties 4.80

Health:

Health department 5.00 5.00

Vital statistics 1.00 2.00

Highways and Bridges

Town maintenance 221.20 200.00

General expenses of highway department 100.00

W. P. A.— 1938 25.72

Snow removal 221.80 250.00

Libraries:

Library 125.00 125.00

Public Welfare:

Town poor 193.85 900.00
Old Age Assistance 43.80

County poor 264.16

Patriotic Purposes:

Soldiers' memorial 100.00

Rc/;reation :
White Mountain Area — advertising 15.00

P>ublic Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries 50.00 25.00

Interest:

On temporary loans 32.00 30.00

On long term notes 147.50 120.00

Outlay for New Construction and Perm. Improve.

Highways and Bridges:
State aid construction — towns share 166.51

T. R. A. 100.00

Indebtedness :

Payment on Principal of Debt:

Long term notes 600.00 600.00'

Temporary loans l,600.oo 300.00

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions:

County taxes 546.92 546.92

Payments to school district 1,200.00 1,254.83

Legal expenses 1.89 25.00



Total Expenditures $6,059.59 $5,373.75



Comparative Statement of
Appropriations and Expenditures

Fiscal Year Ending January 31, 1940









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Town officers' salaries




$ 275.00 $


272.41


$ 2.59 $




Town officers' expenses




250.00


224.43


25.57




EHection and registration


expenses


10.00


8.00


2.00




Town hall




75.00


78.60




3.60


Town poor






193.85




193.85


Health department




5.00


5.00






Vital statistics




5.00


1.00


4.00




State aid construction




204.00


166.51


37.49




Town maintenance




250.00


221.20


28.80




Snow removal
Libraries




200.00
125.00


221.80
125.00




21.80


Old Age Assistance




50.00


43.80


6.20




Fire department




25.00


25.00






Cemeteries




50.00


50.00






Interest




165.00


179.50




14.50


Payments on principal of debt


600.00


600.00






State tax




250.00




250.00




County tax




450.00


546.92




96.92


School tax




1,100.00


1,200.00*






White Mountain Area (advertising)


15.00




15.00





* Payment on back balance included.



List of Appropriations for 1939
Compared with Those for 1940





1939


1940


Town officers' salaries


? 275.00


$300.00


Town officers' expenses


250.00


225.00


Election and registration expenses


10.00


75.00


Town hall


75.00


75.00


Fire department


25.00




Health department


5.00


5.00


Vital statistics


5.00


2.00


State aid construction


204.00


100.00


Town maintenance


250.00


200.00


Snow removal


200.00


250.00


General expenses of highway department




100.00


Libraries


125.00


125.00


Old Age Assistance


50.00




Town poor




900.00


Cemeteries


50.00


25.00


Interest


165.00


150.00


Payments on principal of debt


600.00


600.00


County tax


450.00


546.92


State tax


250.00




School tax


1,100.00


600.00


White Mountain Area


15.00


15.00


Legal expenses




25.00



List of Town Property

Town hall, land and buildings $5,000.00

Furniture and equipment 120.00

Library, furniture and equipment 1,200.00

Highway department equipment 50.00

School, land and buildings 800.00

Equipment 300.00



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Fire department equipment 75.00



Total $7,545.00



Assets and Liabilities



ASSETS

Balance on hand January 31, 1940 $619.40

Due from K. D. Lang, overpayment .30

Due from Tilden W. Day, overpayment .10

Uncollected taxes of 1939 2.00



$ 621.80



LIABILITIES

Due school treasurer, balance of account

due February 1, 1940 $624.83

Due school treasurer, dog licenses 1939 30.00

Soldiers' memorial 100.00

Temporary loans 300.00



$1,054.83

Excess of liabilities over assets $-433,03

(Outstanding long term notes balance $2,400.00)



Town Clerk's Report



Automobile taxes for 1939
Dog taxes for 1939
Less clerk's fees


$33.00
3.00


$132.88






$ 30.00


Paid to treasurer


$162.88



Tax Collector's Report



Taxes committed to collector (1939 warrant) $3,491.83
Tax sales for previous year redeemed,

including interest 201.27

Property and poll taxes paid, previous year 7.87

Added taxes 11-56

Interest collected 7.52

Abatements $ 19.56

Paid elsewhere:

Agnes Dickinson 2.00

John Corthell 2.00

Isabel Corthell 2.00

Uncollected :

Ori Powers 2.00

Discount allowed 18.52



$ 46.08
Amount paid town treasurer 3,673.97



$3,720.05



Tax Sale and Redemptions



Taxes on Brooks Place redeemed, 1938 levy

by W. A. Dowell $126.89

Taxes on Fred Wells Estate redeemed, 1938 levy

by Lena Patten 15.90

Taxes collected from Percy and Virginia Leighton

for 1938 7.87

Taxes sold on Monte Steere Place, 1939 levy

to L. M. Vintinner 58.48

$209.14



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Added taxes:

W. K. Glover $ 7.56

Harold Stanley 2.00

Ruth Locke • . 2.00

$11.56

Abatements:

Ami Michaud $ 7.56

Melvin Bowles 2.00

Ida Bowles 2.00

Joseph P. Bernier 2.00

Bernard Colby 2.00

Frank Twombley 2.00

Adolph Vigue 2.00

$19.56



Treasurer's Report



Balance on hand January 31, 1939 $1,364.87

Durand B. Cooley, collector— 1938 taxes 209.14

Durand B. Cooley, collector— 1939 taxes 3,464.83

Francella Cooley, clerk — auto taxes 132.88

Francella Cooley, clerk — dog taxes 30.00
State of New Hampshire:

Savings bank tax 20.18

Reimbursement (flood — town road) 42.37

Littleton Savings Bank, temporary loans 1,100.00

Clyde Deatte, rent of town hall, arrears 18.00

Lawrence Bowles, rent of town hall, 1939 10.00
County Commissioners:

Relief reimbursement 279.97

Old Age Assistance, arrears 6.75

$6,678.99



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106 Selectmen's orders paid 6,059.59

Balance on hand February 1, 1940 $ 619.40



Detailed Statement of Receipts

Balance on hand January 31, 1939 $1,364.87

Durand B. Cooley, collector— 1938 taxes 209.14

Durand B. Cooley, Collector— 1939 taxes 3,464.83

Francella Cooley, clerk — auto taxes 132.88

Francella Cooley, clerk — dog taxes 30.00
State of New Hampshire:

Savings bank tax 20.18

Reimbursement (flood — town road) 42.37

Littleton Savings Bank, temporary loans 1,100.00

Clyde Deatte, rent of town hall, arrears 18.00

Lawrence Bowles, rent of town hall, 1939 10.00
Grafton County Commissioners:

Relief reimbursement 279.97

Old Age Assistance, arrears 6.75

Total receipts ^6,678.99



Statement of Payments



Town officers' salaries $ 272.41

Town officers' expenses 224,43

Election and registration expense 8.00

Town hall expenses 78.60

Fire department 25.00

Bounties 4.80

Health department 5.00

Vital statistics 1.00

W. P. A., balance of 1938 25.72

State aid construction 166.51

Snow removal 221.80



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Town maintenance

Libraries

County poor

Old Age Assistance

Town poor

School payments

Cemeteries

Interest

Payment on temporary loans

Payment on long term notes

Grafton County tax

Legal expense

Total payments



Detailed Statement of Payments

Detail 1. Town Officers' Salaries:

Clyde L. Deatte, selectman

W. K. Glover, selectman

K. D. Lang, selectman

A, T. Eastman, selectman

Josie B. Bowles, treasurer

Sadie M. Glover, auditor

Sadie M. Glover, treasurer

Francella Cooley, town clerk

Gertrude Eastman, overseer of poor

Durand B. Cooley, tax collector

Lyle E. Brown, supervisor



Detail 2. Town Officers* Expenses:

W. K. Glover, selectman

W. K. Glover, office supplies

K. D, Lang, selectman

G. R. Jesseman, selectman's expense



221.20

125.00

264.16

43.80

193.85

1,200.00

50.00

179.50

1,600.00

600.00

546.92

1.89

56,059.59



$ 7.00
68.30
35.60
25.00

3.75

5.00
30.00
26.25

5.00
62.51

4.00

$272.41

$ 56.71
5.00
8.85
5.00



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Durand B. Cooley, tax collector 7.30

Gertrude Eastman, overseer of poor 20.44

Francella Cooley, town clerk 8.15

William T. Hanley, clerical 8.00

L. H. Vintinner, clerical 13.30

Wheeler & Clark, supplies 10.24

Courier Printing Co., supplies and town reports 57.44

Hunkins & Eaton, town officers' bonds 20.00

Association of N. H. Assessors, dues 4.00

$224.43
Detail 3. Election and Registration:

W. K. Glover, moderator $4.00

Roy L. Judd, supervisor 4.00

$8.00
Detail 4. Town Hall Expenses:

O. L. Bowles, Administrator of F. H. Bowles

Estate $ 9.00

Public Service Co. of N. H., lights 11.80

Waldo Nelson, labor 2.80

Franconia Insurance Agency, insurance 50.00

W. K. Glover, labor and material 1.00

Lawrence S. Bowles, janitor 4.00

$78.60
Detail 5. Fire Department:

John H. Foster, equipment $25.00

Detail 6. Bounties:

Westcott Montgomery, 3 hedgehogs $ .60

Fern Williams, 2 hedgehogs .40

A. T. Eastman, 19 hedgehogs 3.80

$4.80



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Detail 7. Health Department:

Durand B. Cooley, health officer $5.00

Detail 8. Vital Statistics:

Francella Cooley, town clerk $1.00

Detail 9. W. P. A. Balance of 1938:

O. L. Bowles, truck $21.12

Littleton Hardware Co., Inc., supplies 4.60



Detail 10. State Aid Construction:

Total expenditures $982.76

State's proportion 816.25



$25.72



Town's share


$166.51


Detail 11. Snow Removal:




Roy L. Judd, labor


$ 6.60


Millard Bowles, labor


19.80


Arthur Pease, labor


7.20


John Johnski, labor


7.20


Napoleon Boutin, labor and plow


44.00


Joseph Boutin, labor


10.40


John Elliott, labor


1.80


0. L. Bowles, truck


77.25


W. K. Glover, labor


6.40


K. D. Lang, labor


2.00


Lawrence Clark, truck


24.00


Elwood W. Lewis, repairs to plow


4.90


C. F. Harris Co., repairs to plow


8.65


Eri Lane, repair snowfence


1.60




$221.80


Detail 12. Town Maintenance:




Tilden W. Day, labor


$ 61.00



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Eri Lane, labor


46.40


Albert Eastman, labor


3.20


Arthur Pease, labor


9.60


H. F. Jones, gravel


L50


Joe Deatte, labor


20.80


Millard Bowles, labor


9.60


0. L. Bowles, truck


62.40


Lawrence Clark, truck


6.60


Due from T. W. Day, overpayment


.10




$221.20


Detail 13. Libraries:




Appropriation


$ 75.00


C. P, Bowles, librarian


50.00




$125.00


Detail 14. County Poor:




Frank Locke


$264.16



DetaU 15.

Old Age Assistance $ 43.80

Detail 16. Town Poor:

Melvin Bowles $193.85

Detail 17. School Payments:

Francella Cooley, school treasurer $1,200.00

Detail 18. Cemeteries:

Roy L. Judd, labor $27.09

Roy L. Judd, supplies 22.91



$50.00



Detail 19. Interest:

Littleton Savings Bank, temporary loans $ 32.00

Littleton Savings Bank, long term note 125.00



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Lisbon Savings Bank & Trust Co., long term note 22.50



$179.50

Detail 20. Payments on Temporary Loans:

Littleton Savings Bank $1,600.00

Detail 21. Payments on Long Term Notes:

Lisbon Savings Bank & Trust Co. $100.00

Littleton Savings Bank 500.00



$600.00
Detail 22.

Grafton County tax $546.92

Detail 23. Legal Expense:

F. J. Shores, register $1.89



Grand total of payments $6,059.59



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EASTON FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Librarian's Report



In March 1939 the books were moved from the home of
Cecil P. Bowles into the Library room at the Town Hall.
The Library was opened to the public on March 18. At
first the Library was open on Saturday afternoons and eve-
nings, but after a fair trial it seemed to be the wish of the
patrons to have the Library open on Wednesday evening in-
stead of Saturday evening. This change was made and has
proved satisfactory until the cold weather set in. Then it
seemed advisable to change to Wednesday afternoon instead
of Wednesday evening. So at present the Library is open
on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5.

If the kind friends, who have contributed old magazines
to the Library, could see how much they are appreciated and
how many times they are loaned, they (our friends) would
be more than doubly repaid for the trouble of getting the
magazines to the Library. The Library has also been very
appreciative of the magazines for which Mr. Crapo has given
us the subscription.

Mr. and Mrs. Harwood made the Library a gift of twelve
books, for which we are truly grateful. From the State Aid
Fund we received 7 adult fiction, 4 non-fiction, and 8 juvenile
books. With the town's appropriation 3 non-fiction, 7 adult
fiction, and 7 juvenile books were added to the Library.

During this last year 57 persons have taken out books and
magazines. The following number of books have been loaned:
Adult:

Fiction 972

Non-fiction 55



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Juvenile 364

Total number books loaned 1392

Magazines 424

In December Miss Pratt of the New Hampshire Public
Library Commission came to catalogue the books. She spent
two days with the librarian classifying and numbering the
books, but left all detail work for the librarian to do, which
she has been doing along with her regular work.

The librarian and the trustees have thought it best for the
Library to install the "book card and pocket" system. This,
of course, meant added work but as it is of mutual benefit to
the patrons as well as to the librarian, she has gladly given
much of her time to this work.

Both the teacher and pupils of our school have had special
privileges, and in all ways the librarian has tried to co-operate
with them.

Our young readers have enjoyed coming to the Library.
They like animal stories, and have enjoyed the new books by
Thornton Burgess.

It is indeed a real pleasure to the librarian and trustees to
see the interest that has been shown in the Library and to
know of the pleasure that so many of our new readers have
enjoyed.

We have had many visitors, and some have expressed their
surprise and delight in our cozy Library. "What a nice
Library you have here," is what is often said to the librarian
by newcomers and out-of-town visitors.

Miss Pratt was very much pleased with the Library and
said that for a small library we had a very good selection of
books, especially in non-fiction.

Therefore the townspeople have a right to be proud of
their Library.

Gertrude R. Eastman, Librarian



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Financial Statement

Cash on hand February 1, 1939 $47.62

1939 appropriation 75.00

Fines from overdue books 1.38

Balance of 1938 appropriation 1.71



Total disbursements

Cash on hand February 1, 1940



ASSETS
Cash on hand February 1, 1940

LIABILITIES
3 new books
Librarian's salary



Assets over liabilities

$52.42





$125.71


$73.29




52.42






$125.71




$52.42


$ 7.80




10.00




$17.80




34.62





Auditor's Statement

I hereby certify that I have examined the foregoing ac-
counts of the Selectmen, Treasurer, Town Clerk and Tax Col-
lector of the town of Easton for the year ending January 31,
1940 and find them correct to the best of my belief, and
all disbursements properly vouched.

Elizabeth G. Edson, Auditor



EASTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Report for 1939-1940

Year Ending February 2, 1940



OFFICERS OF THE DISTRICT

School Board

Lyle Brown, Chairman Term expires 1940

Mrs. Eva Cooley Term expires 1941

Mrs. Doris A. Lang Term expires 1942

Superintendent of Schools

F. Lester Trafton



OTHER DISTRICT OFFICERS

Wilfred K. Glover Moderator

Mrs. Francella Cooley Treasurer

Mrs. Josie Bowles Auditor

Mrs. Josie Bowles Clerk



School Meeting Warrant

Easton No. 1 School House March 14, 1940, 7:30 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 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 heretofore chosen, and pass any vote relating
thereto.

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

8. To see if the District will vote to make any alteration
in, the amount of money required to be assessed for the en-
suing 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.

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

Lyle Brown
Eva Cooley
Doris Lang

School Board



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STATEMENT OF

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS

July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1939



RECEIPTS




Appropriation^ 1938-39


$375.37


Balance 1937-38 appropriation


702.29


State aid


557.50


Cash on hand, July 1, 1938


165.79


Dog taxes


23.40


Federal Forest Reserve


98.94


PAYMENTS




Orders of the school board


$1,860.45


Cash on hand, June 30, 1939


62.84



$1,923.29



$1,923.29



July 1, 1939 to February 2, 1940

RECEIPTS

Cash on hand, July 1, 1939 $ 62.84

Appropriation, 1938 424.63

State aid 581.22

Appropriation, 1939 475.37

Oliver Bowles, stove 6.00



$1,550.06



PAYMENTS
Orders of the school board $1,073.86

Cash on hand, February 1, 1940 476.20



$1,550.06



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Auditor's Certificate

This is to certify that I have examined the books and
other financial records of the school board of Easton, of which
this is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1939,
and find them correctly cast and properly vouched.

Josie B. Bowles, Auditor
July 12, 1939



Report of School


Tre)


Bisurer




Cash on hand, June 30, 1938


$ 165.79


Received from Selectmen:








Appropriation 1938-1939




$375.37




Dog taxes




23.40




Federal Forest Reserve




98.94




Balance, 1937-38 appropriation


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