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ANMUAL
MEPOMT



For the Town of



EASTON, N. H




Year ending Decen\ber 31, 1966



Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2009 with funding from

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries



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Town of Easton, New Hampshire

Annual Report

Of the Town Officers
Year Ended December 31, 1966



•»*<C)» •(gVo-



Index



1966 Town Officers 2

Town Meeting Warrant 3^ 4^ 5

Town Budget for 1966 6 7

Inventory of 1966 g

List of Town Property 9

Comparative Statement 10

List of Appropriations 10

Assets & Liabilities H

Town Clerk's Report H

Tax Collector's Report 12

Summary of Warrant 12 -16

Treasurer's Report 17

Statement of Payments Ig

Detailed Statement of Payments 20-22

Report of Trust Funds 23

Library Report 24-26
School Report 27 to 40

Vital Statistics, 1966 41



TOWN OFFICERS
Moderator

Town Clerk Treasurer

Carol Westhaver Sadie N. Glover

Selectmen

Heinz Schultze-1969 David Shepard-1967

Roger Glover-1968

Supervisors

Olive J. Nelson-1970 Jack Kenney-1968

Helene Schultze-1972

Board of Education

K. Westhaver-1969 Olive J. Nelson-1967

Jack Kenney-1968

Library Trustees

Margaret T. Whitcomb-]96i) Jane K. Cutter -1967

Doris Lang -1968

Cemetery Trustees

Helen J. Young- 1969 Margaret Wolff- 1968

L. Gerard Paine- 1967

Tax Collector

Mary Zuk

Trustee of the Trust Funds

Helene Schultze-1968

Police Officer Dog Constable

Jack Kenney - Howard Bonor

Auditor

Alice Shepard

Sexton
Howard Bonor



TOWN MEETING WARRANT

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Easton in the State
of New Hampshire, County of Grafton, quaUfied to vote
in Town affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said Town on Tuesday, the 14th day of March, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following subjects:

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

Article 2. To raise such sums of money as may be ne-
cessary to defray Town charges for the ensuing year and
make appropriations of the same.

Article 3. To see if the town will vote to authorize the
selectmen to appoint or designate a qualified person to
act as Highway Agent during the current year.

Article 4. To see if the town will vote to accept Town
Road Aid: Town's share $48.96; State's share $326.41, and
raise mone}^ for same.

Article 5. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of $59.71 to the White Mountains Re-
gion Association, 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 6. To see if the town will vote to pay the se-
lectmen and other town officers an annual salary during
the current year in accordance with the following schedule,
and to raise and appropriate money for same:

Chairman, Board of Selectmen $250.00

Selectman 125.00

Selectman 125.00

Tax Collector 125.00

Town Clerk 125.00



Treasurer 75.00

Dog Constable 10.00

Auditor 20.00

If approved, it is understood that the selectmen and other
salaried town officers will receive no fees or any other
compensation for their services except the usual and nec-
essary expenses incurred by them in connection with their
official duties.

Article 7, To see if the town will raise and appropriate
.00 for sealing of Ruskin Road.



Article 8. To see if the town will raise and appropriate
the sum of $1,000.00 to cover Fire Protection.

Article 9. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of $150.00 to support the Town Library.

Article 10. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate $250.00 for the cemetery, $50.00 of which
shall be used for the purchase of trees, shrubs, bushes,
etc.

Article 11. 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 12. To see if the town will instruct the selectmen
to allow a discount for early payment of taxes. What
percent, and at what time?

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 buildings, officers' salaries
and expenses, and other town charges.

Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate
the sum of $100.00 to help support the Franconia Chamber
of Commerce and Ski 93 Association.



Article 15. To see what action the voters wish to take
to winterize the Town Hall and appropriate $1,000.00 in-
cluding repairs of chimney.

Article 16. To see what action the voters wish to take,
to contribute $74.00 to White Mt. Community Services.

Article 17. To transact any other business that may
legally come before the meeting.

The above warrant is correct to the following date:

January 7, 1967.

HEINZ SCHULTZE,
ROGER GLOVER,
DAVID SHEPARD,
Selectmen



BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF EASTON

Estimates of Revenue for the ensuing year, January 1, 1967 to
December 31, 1967, compared with the estimated and actual
revenue of the previous year, January 1, 1966 to December 31,
1966.



SOURCES OF REVENUE

From State:

Interest and Dividends Tax
National Forest Reserve
Savings Bank Tax
Head Tax Reimbursement
Firemen's Training School



From Local Sources Except Taxes:

Dog Licenses 30.00
Interest Received on Taxes & Penalties 10.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 1,000.00

Town Maps, $1.50 each 10.00
Note Lisbon Bank

tCash Surplus 1,000.00 3,021.25 1,000.00



jstimated


Actual '.


Estimated


1966


1966


1967


$3,800.00


.$4,076.90


$3,800.00


1,500.00


1,258.56

68.11

7.05

21.00


1,300.00



29.00


30.00


10.17


10.00


1,287.97


1,000.00


13.50


10.00


5,000.00





From Local Taxes Other than








Property Taxes:








Head Tax Penalties




1.00




Poll Taxes -Regular at $2


90.00


98.00


90.00


Yield Taxes


800.00


4,940.38


800.00


Head Taxes (Town Share)


26.00


26.50


26.00


Total Revenues from all Sources








Except Property Taxes


$8,206.00


$16,832.14


$8,066.00


Amount to be raised by Property


Taxes




7,360.07


TOTAL REVENUES


$


15,426.07


fCash on hand over current Liabilities


3,023.25





BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF EASTON

Estimates of Expenditures for the ensuing year, January 1, 1967
to December 31, 1967, compared with the actual Expenditures
and Appropriations of the previous year, January 1, 1966 to
December 31, 1966.

„, Approp. Actual Estimated

PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 1966 1966 1967

General Government:

Town Officers' Salaries $ 850.00 f 893.72 $ 900.00

Town Officers' Expenses 450.00 383.89 450.00

Election and Registration Exp. 125.00 81.60 40.00
Expenses Town Hall and

other Town Buildings 350.00 310.56 1,000.00

Protection of Persons and Property:

Police, P^ire Dept. & Civil Defense 1,000.00 157.99 1,000.00

Insurance 210.00 54.64 225.00

Perambulating Town Line 200.00 218.00

Health:

Health Dept. 5.00 5.00 5.00

Town Dump 200.00 200.00 200.00

Lisbon Bank Loan 6,750.00

Interest 96.66

Highways and Bridges:

Town Maintenance — Summer

Town Maintenance— Winter i ri nnn nn fit;':! -jt: i onn nn

Storm Damage— Road Oil > o,000.00 653.35 1,800.00

General Expenses Highway Dept. ' b,4/5.47

Town Road Aid 49.30 49.30 48.96

Libraries: 150.00 150.00 150.00

Public Welfare:

Town Poor 50.00 50.00

Public Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries 250.00 286.00 250.00

Unclassified :

Advertising and Regional Assn. 59.71 109.71 159.71

Legal Fee 100.00 10.00 100.00

White Mt. Community Services 74.00

Payments to Other Governmental
Divisions:

State Treasurer Head Tax 235.00

Bond and Debt Retirement Tax 110.08 823.40

County Taxes 1,500.00 1,301.78 1,500.00

School Taxes 5,500.00 4,000.00 6,000.00

50% School Share N.F.R.F. 750.00 650.00



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $16,799.01 $22,532.73 $15,426.07



WHITE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
Ill Cottage Street
LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE

CLINIC HOURS

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday evening 6-9 p. m. i

For appointment call 444-5358; if no answer, call 444-5438

STAFF

Executive Director, Donald W. Gilpin, ACSW
Chief Clinic Social Worker, Burdett S. Adams, ACSW
Clinical Psychologist, Arthur A. Froburg, MA
Receptionist-Secretary, Mrs. Pauline E. Henry
Secretary, Mrs. Hazel F. Hart

CONSULTANTS

Psychiatry, E. Haskell Schell Jr., M.D,
Child Psychiatry, Margaret R. Anthonisen, M.D.
General Medicine, Robert G. Gale, M.D.
Clinical Psychology, Robert A. Page, Ph.D.
Social Work, Professor Jeane Murphy

The White Mountain Community Services is a non-profit organ-
ization formed for the purpose of providing diagnostic, counselling
and consultation services to the residents of this area who are ex-
periencing emotional problems.



INVENTORY OF 1966

Land and Buildings $518,895.00

(CJiowing Wood and Tinihor^ (14,730.00)

Electric Power Lines 85,500.00

1 Cow 90.00

4 Oxen ct Neat Stock 500.00

1 Gasoline Pump 100.00

Wood and Lumber

Machinery 6,000.00



Total Gross Valuation $011,925.00

Less Soldiers' Exemptions 2,400.00

Net Valuation on which

Tax Rate is (^omputed $609,525.00

Property Tax 9,752.40

Poll Tax 106.00

Yield Tax 4,940.38

Total Taxes for Collector $ 14,798.78

Tax Kate $100.00 Valuation 1.60

LLST OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town hall and land $ 12,150.00

Furniture and equipment 1,000.00

Library and equipment 1,500.00

Fire department and equipment 70.00

Highway department and equipment 100.00

Johnsky place 100.00

Total $ 14,920.00



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LIST OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1966
COMPARED WITH THOSE OF 1967

1966 1967



Town Officers' salaries


$ 850.00


$ 900.00


Town Officers' expenses


450.00


450.00


Election and registration expenses


125.00


40.00


Town Hall expenses


350.00


1,000.00


Protection of Persons & Property


200.00


225.00


Fire Dept. and Civil Defense


1,000.00


1,000.00


Health & Dump


205.00


205.00


Town Maintenance: Summer


1




Town Maintenance: Winter


1^5,000.00


1,800.00


General Exp. of Highway Dept.


J




T. R. A. Town's share


49.30


48.96


Library


150.00


150.00


Public Welfare


50.00


50.00


Cooperative Advertising


59.71


159.71


Cemetery


250.00


250.00


County Tax


1,500.00


1,500.00


Legal Fees


100.00


100.00


School


5,500.00


6,000.00


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


750.00


650.00


Bond & Debt Retirement Tax




823.40


White Mt. Community Service




74.00


Total for 1966


$16,799.01


$15,426.07



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES



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Assets

Balance on hand December 31, 1966

Accounts due the Town:

Uncollected taxes
Capital Reserve Fund

Total Assets



53,023.25

4,889.84
1,172.08

59,085.17



Liabilities

N. H. Highway Dept.
Capital Reserve Fund

(To offset asset, above)
State of N. H. Head Tax

" " " Debt Retirement
School District
N. F. R. F. 50% for School

Total Liabilities
Excess Assets & Liabilities



1,000.00

1,172.08

41.98
1,500.00

029.38

14,343.34
4,674.83



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT



1 1965 Auto Permit

77 1966 Auto Permits

12 1966 Dog Taxes

13 Town Maps



12.49

1,275.48

29.00

13.50



Total amount to Town Treasurer $1,330.47

CAROL WESTHAVER,

Town Clerk

Copies of Easton Town Maps may be obtained from Town
Clerk as soon as the new maps are available, 1.50 each.



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TAX COLLECTORS REPORT

Summary of Warrant

Property, Poll and Yield Taxes

Levy of 1966

DR.

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes $9,752.40

Poll Taxes 106.00



Total Warrant
Yield Taxes
Interest Collected


$9,858.40

4,940.38

.65


Total Debits


$14,799.43


OR.




Remittances to Treasurer:




Property Taxes
Poll Taxes
Yield Taxes
Interest Collected


$9,426.05

98.00

177.54

.65


Discounts Allowed


$9,702.24
158.35


Abatements:




Property Taxes
Poll Taxes
Yield Taxes


$ 14.00

4.00

30.60



$ 49.00

Uncollected Taxes as per Collector's List:
Property Taxes 153.60

Poll Taxes 4.00

Yield Taxes 4,732.24



$4,889.84
Total Credits $14,799.43



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT



Property, Poll and Yield


Taxes




Levy of 1965






DR.






Uncollected Taxes - As of Jan. 1, 1966:






Property Taxes


$ 60.00


$60.00
1.31


Interest Collected during fiscal year
ended December 31, 1966




TOTAL DEBITS


$ 61.31


CR.






Remittances to Treasurer during fiscal
year ended December 31, 1966:






Property Taxes


$ 60.00






60.00




Interest Collected during year


1.31




TOTAL CREDITS




$ 61.31



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT

Property, Poll and Yield Taxes
Levy of 1964

DR.

Uncollected Taxes - As of Jan. 1, 1966:

Property Taxes $ 25.20

Yield Taxes 74.21



.41

Interest Collected during fiscal year
ended December 31, 1966 8.21



TOTAL DEBITS $107.62

CR.

Remittances to Treasurer during fiscal
year ended December 31, 1966:

Property Taxes $ 25.20

Yield Yaxes 74.21



99.41
Interest Collected during year 8.21

TOTAL CREDITS $107.62



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT

State Head Tax

Levy of 1966

DR.
State Head Taxes Committed to Collector:
Original Warrant $285.00

Total Commitment $285.00



Penalties Collected 1.00



TOTAL DEBITS $286.00

CR.
Remittances to Treasurer:

Head Taxes $265.00

Penalties 1.00



$ 266.00
Abatements 10.00

Uncollected Head Taxes-as per Collector's List: 10.00



TOTAL CREDITS $286.00



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT

State Head Tax

Levy of 1965

DR.

Uncollected Taxes as of January 1 , 1 966

Total Debits

CR.
Abatements during 1966

Total Credits



Uncollected Taxes — Levy of 1966

Property Taxes

Bowles, Melvin & Ida

Shepard, David

Williams, Norman & Morence



Poll Taxes
Shepard, David
Shepard, Alice

Yield Taxes:
Nadeau, Leo

State Head Taxes
Shepard, David
Shepard, Alice



Total Uncollected Taxes



$5.00



$5.00



12.80
96.00
44.80



$ 2.00
2.00



4,732.24



5.00
5.00



$5.00



$5.00



$153.60

$ 4.00
4,7.S2.24

$ 10.00

4,889.84



"I hereby certify that the above list, showing the name
and amount due from each delinquent taxpayer, as of
December 31, 1966 on account of the Tax Levy of 1966
is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief."

MARY ZUK

Tax Collector of Easton



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TOWN TREASURER'S REPORT

Balance on hand January 1, 1966

Phyllis H. Bowles, Town Clerk

Automobile Taxes
Dog Tax

Carol Wewthaver, Town Clerk

Automobile Taxes

Dog Taxes

Sale of Town Maps

Alary Zuk, Collector of Taxes:

State of New Hampshire

Reimbursement Head Tax Expense
Reimbursement, Fire Training School
Interest and Dividend Tax
Savings Bank Tax
National Forest Reserve Fund
Lisbon Savings Bank, Note

TOTAL

Paid on account of 90 Selectmen's Orders

Cash Balance on hand, January 1, 1967

SADIE N. GLOVER, Treasurer



$8,656.72



585 .29
2.00



702.68
27.00
13.50

10,137.17



7.05

21.00
4,076.90

68.11
1,258.56
5,000.00

25,555.98

22,532.73

$3,023.25



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STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS
1966



Town Officers' Salaries




$ 893.72


Town Officers' Expenses




383.89


Election and Registration




8L60


Town Hall Expense




310.56


Police Department




157.99


Fire Department




54.64


Protection of persons and


property


218.00


Health Department & Dump


205.00


Town Road Maintenance




653.35


Rebuilding Ruskin Rd.




6,475.47


Town Road Aid




49.30


Lisbon Savings Bank Loan,


Principal


6,750.00


Interest on Bank Loan




96.66


Library




150.00


Cooperative Advertising




109.71


Cemetery




286.00


Legal Fees




10.00


Taxes Collected for the State


345.06


County Tax




1,301.78


School District




4,000.00


50% National Forest Reser


ve





Total Payments


$ 22,532.73



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E ASTON KINSMAN CEMETERY REPORT

The small area at left of the road entering the cemetery
was made ready last simimer for lime, a good grade of loam,
grass seed and this topped with a protective hay cover.

A sign with the words, Kinsman Cemetery, made by Mr.
Clyde Smith, was secured to an oak post, given to us by Jack
Davis, was set in the rear of the lot with the woods as a back-
ground.

Much interest and time have been given this project by the
committee and others and it is. felt that there will be pleasing
results.

L. GERARD PAINE
MARGARET WOLFF
- HELEN J. YOUNG

Cemetery Committee



REPORT TO HEALTH OFFICER TOWN OF EASTON, N.H.
FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1966

A diabetic detection program was conducted this year for the
first time. This test is to locate the hidden or unknown diabetic
and get him or her imder proper diet and treatment.

Well Child conferences were also conducted for infants and
preschool children who received a physical examination by the
attending physican. Immunization shots against whooping cough,
tetanus, diphtheria, smallpox, polio, and measles were also
given. Booster shots were also given to those who needed them.

Home Health Nursing Services can be arranged for by the
town officials with the Lisbon District Nursing Association. This
is for people who are eligible for this service and whose physican
has prescribed same.

Booster shots were also given in the school in Franconia in
grades 1 and 4 for those who requested it.

Mr sincere thanks for the cooperation received.

Respectfully yours,
LORETTA B. RUSSELL, R. N.
State Public Health Nurse
Lincoln, N.H. 03251



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS

Carol Westhaver, Town Clerk $100.00

Phyllis H. Bowles, Town Clerk 48.42

Sadie N. Glover, Town Treasurer 60.00

Alice Shepard, Town Auditor 20.00

Heinz Schultze, Selectman Chariman 250.00

Roger Glover, Selectman 125.00

Durand B. Cooley, Selectman 25.30

David Shepard, Selectman 125.00

Helen Young-, Moderator 5.00

Mary Zuk, Tax Collector 125.00

Howard Bonor, Dog Constable 10.00

S893.72
Detail 2 Town Officers' Expenses

Registry of Deeds 12.35

Selectmen, stamps 16.00

Anna Proctor, Probate .10

Brown & Saltmarsh, Tax collectors Supplies 4.24

E. C. Eastman, Dog Tags 4.20

E. C. Eastman, Treas. & Tax Coll. Supplies 11.46
Maynard White, Appraiser 50.00
Tax Collector Association, dues 3.00
Selectman Notices 18.56
Roger (Jlover, Selectman's Expense 21.00
N. H. Town Clerks Association, dues 3.00
Homestead Press, Head & Poll tax bills 10.50
Homestead Press, Property tax bills ■ 6.10
Brenham Pub. Co., Auto Ref. Book 7.50
Mary Zuk, Tax Collector expense 12.95
N. H. Municipal Association, dues 24.00
D. Cooley, Selectman expense 21.05
Heinz Schultze, Selectman expense 36.36
Sadie Glover, Treasurer's expense 4.25
Carol Westhaver, Town Clerk expense 9.00
Harrison Publishing, Town Reports 106.00
Franconia College, Envelopes 2.27

$383.89
Detail 3 Election & Registration Expense

The Courier Printing Co., Notices 11.60

H. Bonor 4.00

A. Shepard 4.00

M. Wolff 4.00

Peg Kenney 4.00

F. Griffin " 4.00
C. Griffin 4.00
H. Young, Moderator 10.00
Helene Schultze, Supervisor 12.00
Olive Nelson, Supervisor 12.00
Jack Kenne}', Supervisor 12.00

$81.60



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Detail 4 Town Hall Expenses

Public Service Co. 26 12

Franconia Hardware 18 70

H. Bonor, mowing 12!oO

Cyr Heating, Stove Pijjc 14.74

Robert McLaughlin, Floor 224.00

H. Schultze, Janitor Service 15.00



$310.56



Detail 5 Police & Fire Department

Green (Jun Store 83.00

Franconia Hardware 4 ()()

Roger (ilover, Milage 70.00



157.f)<J



Durand Cooley, Warden's Meeting 42.00

The Courier, Fire Warden Notice 4.64

Franconia Fire Dept. 8.00



$54.64



Detail 6 Protection of Persons and Property:

Franconia Insurance Agency, Comp. Ins. 55.00

Farm Bureau Ins. Co., Fire Ins. 118.00

Town Officers Bonds 45.00



$218.00



Detail 7 Health Department:

D. B. Cooley, Health Officer 5.00

Town of Franconia, Use of Dump 200.00



$205.00



Detail 8 Town Road Maintenance:

Treasurer, State of N. H. 548.35

Raybar Motors, Plowing 105.00

State Treasurer, Ruskin Rd. Pro.)ect 6,475.47

$ 7,128.82

Detail 9 Town Road Aid: Treasurer, State of \. H. $49.30

Lisbon Savings Bank Loan, Paid on Principal $6,750.00

Interest 96.66



$ 6,846.66



Detail 10 Library:

Jane Cutter, Treasurer $150.00

Detail 11 Recreation:

White Mountains Region A.ssociation $59.71

Ski 93 Association 50.00

$ 109.71



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Detail 12 Cemetery:

Wirthniore Store 2.70

Howard Bonor 186.75

Fred Hunt, loam 7.50

Willard Johnson, Lawn Mower 79.95

M. Edney 9.10



Detail 13 Unclassified:

Legal fee

Detail 14 Taxes Collected for State:

State Treasurer, Head Tax
State Treasurer, Debt Retirement

.1345.06
Detail 15 County Tax:

Lawrence M. Colby, County Treasurer $1,301.78

Detail 16 School District:

Jane Cutter, Treasurer
Payments to School Treasurer

Yi N. F. R. F. for year ending June 30, 1966 4,000.00

$22,532.73



$286.00


10.00


10.00


235.00


110.06



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EASTON FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Librarian's Report

1966

The Librarian and Trustees wish to take this opportun-
ity to thank those who have given books and, magazines
to the Library. A total of 51 books were added during
the year. Thanks to Mrs. OUve Nelson for magazines,
Dr. James Bogle, Mrs. Margaret Whitcomb, Mrs. Mary
Zuk, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Buxton, Mrs. Louise Bauman,
Miss Linda Leighton and the Dorr Foundation for Books.
One book was purchased with the Town Appropriation.

The Bookmobile made 4 trips to the Library this year.
There were 341 books borrowed and 316 loaned.

Number of visitors 136

Books loaned:

Adult Fiction 224

Adult non-fiction 33

Juvenile fiction 190

Juvenile non-fiction 28

Total books loaned 475

Magazines and

Paperbacks loaned 70

Total circulation 545

Number of readers 13

Again, due to lack of janitor service, the Bookmobile books
were taken to the home of the Librarian where they were
available almost any day of the week. About April 5th,
weather permitting, the library will again be open from 2
to 4 P M each Wednesday.

(Mrs.) Virginia Leighton

Librariau



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LIBRARY FINANCIAL REPORT

Balance on hand, January 1, 1966 $ 149.06
Approp. from Selectmen 150.00



Total Receipts




$


299.06


Salar}^ of Librarian


$


100.00




Insurance




13.60




Supplies




.58




Purchase of Books




2.95




Total Expenditures





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