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ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

Selectmen, Treasurer, Collector, Clerk

Highway Agents, School Board

and Trustees of Trust Funds

OF THE

TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE



FOR THE
Year Ending December 31, 1946



ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

Selectmen, Treasurer, Collector, Clerk

Highway Agents, School Board

and Trustees of Trust Funds

OF THE

TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

FOR THE
Year Ending December 31, 1946



DOVER. N. H.
GEO. J. FOSTER & CO.

1947



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
ARTHUR J. THOMPSON

Selectmen
ROBERT L. KENISTON

GEORGE A. BENNETT

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ANNIE B. PIPER

Supervisors
CHARLES H. JOHNSON

WILLYS P. TUTTLE

JOHN M. CONLON

Trustees of Trust Funds
FRED C. YORK— 1947

MARVIN DAVIS— 1948

JAMES B. WALKER— 1949

Library Trustees
ETHEL D. THOMPSON— 1947

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL— 1948

EDNA B. BARTLETT— 1949

Highway Agents
LLOYD E. SAULNIER

CHARLES H. JOHNSON

WILLIAM A. CARPENTER

Librarian
MABEL WELCH



Health
GILMAN MENTER

Police
GILMAN MENTER

Dog Constable
GILMAN MENTER

Fire Warden

LLOYD E. SAULNIER

Tel. 1687-11, Dover, N. H.

Deputy Fire Wardens

ALBERT W. FULLER

Tel. 293-4, Dover, N. H.

LEWIS H. TUTTLE
Tel. 2427, Epping, N. H.

R. CARL SANDERS
Tel. 61-14, Newmarket, N. H.

GEORGE A. BENNETT
Tel. 56-31, Newmarket, N. H.

FRANK I. CALDWELL
Tel. 1687-13, Dover, N. H.

RAYMOND L. MUNROE

Tel. 1687-2, Dover, N. H.



TOWN WARRANT



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
To the Inhabitants of the Toivn of Lee, in the County

of Strafford in said State, qualified to vote in Town

Affairs: (L. S.)

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall
in said Lee on Tuesday, the eleventh day of March,
next, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon
the following subjects:

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the
year ensuing.

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

3. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary
for the maintenance of highways.

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200) for
fire protection.

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars
($1500) for Old Age Assistance and Relief.

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000) for
State Aid Construction on the Bennett Road, the State
to contribute four thousand dollars ($4,000) .

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000) for
the construction of a State Aid Bridge to replace the
present structure over Little River at the Foot of
Widow Mathis Hill on State Aid Highway, Route num-
ber 155.

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of five hundred dollars ($500) in addi-
tion to the five hundred dollars ($500) unexpended
from last year for repair and construction of the Lee
Hook Road.



9. To see if the Town will vote to elect one Road
Agent to have entire charge of the Town highways and
snow removal.

10. To see if the Town will vote to purchase fire
equipment with funds furnished by the Lee Volunteer
Fire Department, such equipment to be selected and su-
pervised by said Fire Department.

11. To see if the Town will vote to divert to the
Lee Volunteer Fire Department the sum of two hundred
dollars ($200) raised for fire protection and if this
amount has not been raised, to raise and appropriate
the same, all provided the previous article is approved.

12. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to hire money in anticipation of taxes.

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

Given under our hands and seal, this seventeenth
day of February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hun-
dred and forty-seven.

ROBERT L. KENISTON,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen of Lee, N. H.
A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

ROBERT L. KENISTON,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen of Lee, N. H.



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE ENSUING
YEAR JANUARY 1, 1947 TO DECEMBER 31, 1947 COMPARED WITH

Esti-

Actual mated

Revenue Revenue

Sources of Revenue Previous Ensuing

Year Year

1946 1947
FROM STATE:

Interest and Dividends Tax $ 154.27 $ 155.00

Railroad Tax .38 .40

Savings Bank Tax 21.25 22.00

Class V highways 385.00 186.50

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Fees 12.00

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 11.40

Sale Tires 15.00

Income of Departments :

(a) Highway, including rental of equipment 80.00

(b) Refund Pipe 49.04

Sale of Property 500.00

Dog Licenses 180. GO

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 712.86 725.00

Sale of Town Property acquired by Tax Deeds 100.00

CASH SURPLUS 5,369.37

FRCM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN
PROPERTY TAXES.

Poll Taxes— Regular at $2.00 390.00 450.00

TOTAL REVENUE FRCM ALL SCURCES

EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES $ 7,981.17 $ 1,713.90

AMT. TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES 20,975.06 21,505.62

TOTAL REVENUES $28,956.23 $23,219 52



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE





Esti-


Astual


maud


Expend-


Expend-


itures


itures


Previous


Ensuing


Year


Year


1916


1947



ACTUAL REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES OF THE PREVIOUS YEAR
JANUARY 1, 1946 TO DECEMBER 31, 1946.



Purposes of Expenditures



CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES

General Government :

Town Officers' Salaries $ 749.25 $ 750.00

Town Officers' Expenses 333.54 300. CO

Election and Registration Expenses 180.50 50.00

Expenses Town Hall and Other Town Bldgs 73.77 100.00

Protection of Persons and Property :

Police Department 10.00 10.00

Fire Department 175.90 200.00

Damage by Dogs 20.11 25.00

Health :

Health Department, including hospitals 10.00 10.00

Highways and Bridges :

Town Maintenance : Summer 1,961.59 1,500.00

Town Maintenance: Winter 2,784.20 2,000.00

General Expenses of Highway Department 261.63

Libraries :

Libraries : 500.00 150.00

Public Welfare:

Town Poor 691.44 1,000.00

Old Age Assistance 431.17 500-00

Patriotic Purposes :

Memorial Day and Veterans' Associations 7.20 10. CO

Unclassified :

Damages and Legal Expenses 75.96

OUTLAY FOR NEW CONCTRUCTION AND
PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

Highways and Bridges :

Highways and Bridges 4,000.00

Town Construction 1,976.44 500.00

State Aid Construction— Town's Share 1,114.39 1.000.00

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
DIVISIONS

Special Polls and interest 79.32

County Taxes 1,892.41 1,892.41

Payments to School Districts 4,489.49 9,222.11

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $17,818.31 $23,219.52



FINANCIAL



ASSETS
Cash :

In hands of treasurer

Accounts due to the town.

Forest fire refund

Lee School District, printing reports



$11,137.92



62.95
34.42



Uncollected Taxes :
Levy of 1946

Total assets

Grand total



896.08



$12,131.37



$12,131.37



REPORT



LIABILITIES



Accounts owed by the town:

Unexpended balances of special appro-
priations —
Lee Hook Road $ 500.00

Due to School Districts:

Balance of appropriation 6,137.00

Hot lunch appropriation 125.00



Total liabilities $ 6,762.00

Excess of assets over liabilities (surplus) 5,369.37



Grand total $12,131.37

Uniform



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RECEIPTS AND
For the Year Ended
RECEIPTS



Current Revenue :
From Local Taxes :



Property taxes — current year $15,163.90
Poll taxes — current year —

regular at $2 390.00



Total of current year's taxes and remitted $15,553.90

Property taxes — previous years 520.10

Poll taxes — previous years — regular at

$2 48.00

Poll taxes — previous years — special at



$3


. 78.00


Interest received on taxes


11.40


From State:




For Class V Highway maintenance


385.00


Interest and dividend tax


154.27


Railroad tax


.38


Savings bank tax


21.25


From local sources, except taxes :




Dog licenses


180.60


Filing fees


12.00


Use of grader


80.00



Registration of motor vehicles, 1945 per-
mits 10.01

Registration of motor vehicles, 1946 per-
mits 702.85



11

PAYMENTS

Current Maintenance Expenses :
General Government :



Town officers' salaries $


749.25


Town officers' expenses


333.54


Election and registration expenses


180.50


Expenses town hall and other town build-




ings


73.77


Police department, including care of




tramps


10.00


Protection of persons and property:




Fire department, including forest fires


175.90


Damage by dogs


20.11


Health :




Health department, including hospitals


10.00


Highways and bridges:




Town maintenance (summer $1961.59),




winter $2784.20)


4,745.79


General expenses of highway department


261.63


Libraries :




Libraries


500.00


Public Welfare:




Old Age Assistances


43l!l7


Town Poor


.691.44


Patriotic purposes:




Memorial day and Veterans' associations


7.20


Unclassified :




Damages and legal expenses


75.96



Total current maintenance expenses $8,266.26

Outlay for new construction and
permanent improvements :
Highways and bridges, state

aid construction $ 1,114.39



12

RECEIPTS AND



Receipts other than current recenue:
Sale of Victor Couture prop-
erty $ 500.00
Sale of town property ac-
quired by tax deed 100.00
Refunds :

Sale of tractor tires 15.00

H. B. MacRae, pipe 49.04



Total receipts other than current revenue $ 664.04



Total receipts from all sources $18,421.80

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1946 10,534.43



Grand total $28,956.23

Classification
PAYMENTS
December 31, 1946



13

PAYMENTS (Continued)

Highways and bridges, town

construction 1,976.44



Total outlay payments 3,090.83

Payments to other governmen-
tal divisions:
Special poll taxes at $3 paid

to state $ 79.32

Taxes paid to county 1,892.41

Payments to school districts 4,489.49



Total payments to other governmental

divisions 6,461.22



Total payments for all purposes $17,818.31

Cash on hand December 31, 1946 11,137.92



Grand total $28,956.23



CERTIFICATE



This is to certify that the information contained in
this report was taken from official records and is com-
plete to the best of our knowledge and belief.
Date Feb. 1, 1947.

ROBERT L. KENISTON,
ALBERT W. FULLER,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen.
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY



Town hall, lands and buildings

Furniture and equipment
Libraries, furniture and equipment
Fire Department, equipment
Highway Department, equipment
Parks, Commons and Playgrounds
Schools, Lands and Buildings

Equipment
All Lands and Buildings acquired through

Tax Collector's deeds



3,000.00
25.00

500.00

200.00
1,000.00

150.00
2,000.00

700.00

650.00



Total


$ 8,225.00


SELECTMEN'S REPORT




INVENTORY




Land and buildings


$362,030.00


Growing wood and timber


18,250.00


Electric plants


37,130.00


Horses, 91


9,800.00


Cows, 306


33,775.00


Other neat stock, 50


3,500.00


Sheep, 80


800.00


Hogs, 8


200.00


Fowls, 4395


5,532.00


Portable Mills


1,100.00


Boats and launches


100.00


Wood, lumber


32,685.00


Gosoline pumps and tanks


1,030.00


Stock in trade


1,260.00


Mills and machinery


3,000.00



$510,192.00



15



TAX— $100.00— $3.20

Property taxes $16,169.98

Poll taxes 458.00

National bank stock taxes 10.00







$16,637.98


APPROPRIATIONS




General expenses




$ 1,650.00


Fire department




200.00


Blister rust




300.00


State aid construction




1,000.00


Town construction




1,000.00


Highway maintenance




2,000.00


Snow removal




1,250.00


Old age assistance and relief




1,500.00


County tax




1,892.41


School tax




6,262.00


Total town and school appropriations


$17,054.41


Less estimated revenues and credits


:




Railroad tax $


.40




Savings bank tax


50.00




Interest and dividends


113.20




Motor vehicle fees


554.21




Sale of tax deeded property


100.00


817.81










$16,236.60


Plus overlay




401.38




$16,637.98


Less regular poll taxes at $2.00




458.00



Amount to be raised by property taxes on

which tax rate is to be figured $16,179.98



16

TAXES TO BE COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR

Property taxes $16,179.98

Regular polls at $2.00 458.00







$16,637.98


TOWN OFFICERS'


SALARIES






Selectmen




$


300.00


Town clerk






100.00


Tax collector






125.00


Treasurer






125.00


Auditors






10.00


Town clerk, auto permit fees






68.25


Moderator






21.00



$ 749.25
TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES

Officers attending tax meetings $ 21.90

Edson C. Eastman, supplies 31.02

James B. Griffin, officers' bonds 42.50

Selectmen, expenses 87.95

Town clerk, expenses and dues 7.97

Tax collector, expenses and dues 21.30

Treasurer, expenses and supplies 7.85

N. H. Assessors Association, dues 2.00

D. B. Bartlett, expenses 7.80

George J. Foster, printing reports 103.25



$ 333.54

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION
George J. Foster Co., printing ballots $ 7.50



17



Lee Missionary Society, election dinners 20.00

Ballot clerks 36.00

Walter Welch, supervisor 9.00

Charles H. Johnson, supervisor 24.00

John M. Conlon, supervisor 42.00

Willys P. Tuttle, supervisor 42.00



? 180.50
TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS



Public Service Company of N. H.
Henry H. Thompson, janitor
Henry H. Thompson, painting shed


$


17.32
30.00
26.45




$


73.77


POLICE






Gilman Menter, police officer


$


10.00



FIRE PROTECTION



Durham, fire department appropriation


$


25.00


Newmarket, fire department appropriation




25.00


Deputy wardens attending Barrington ses-






sion




13.00


Allen fire




14.80


Epping fire department




46.20


French fire




7.50


Hobbs fire




3.20


Noble fire




41.20




$


175.90



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DAMAGE BY DOGS

Edson C. Eastman Co., dog tags $ 5.11

Gilman Menter, dog officer 15.00



$ 20.11



HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Gilman Menter, health officer $ 10.00

TOWN MAINTENANCE



Lloyd E. Saulnier


$ 379.56


Charles H. Johnson


591.65


William A. Carpenter


344.50


Diamond Match Co., railing


46.22


Chester Farzo, gas and oil


53.19




$ 1,415.12



SNOW REMOVAL

Lloyd E. Saulnier .$ 1,699.95

Charles H. Johnson 256.90

William A. Carpenter 21.60

Lewis Tuttle 18.00

Robert Keniston 21.00

Perry Harvey 27.60

Lawrence Hill 4.80

$ 2,049.85

SANDING

Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 73.80



19

Charles H. Johnson 52.40

William A. Carpenter 44.10

$ 170.30
SNOW FENCE

Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 74.00

Charles H. Johnson 169.90

William A. Carpenter 81.60

Double-Test Supply Co., snow fence 182.30

Beacon Grain Co., snow fence posts 56.25

$ 564.05

CULVERTS

William A. Carpenter $ 3.70

BRUSH

Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 234.40

Charles H. Johnson 32.00

William A. Carpenter 213.40



$ 479.80



BRIDGES



Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 28.93

Charles H. Johnson 15.00

William A. Carpenter 19.04

$ 62.97

LIBRARY

Strafford Savings Bank ? 200.00



20



Appropriations, book fund, library ex-
penses 300.00



$ 500.00

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT

Herman Keniston, repairs grader $ 28.50
Robert L. Keniston, repairs grader 30.32
R. C. Hazelton Co., repairs grader 5.05
R. C. Hazelton Co., repairs and parts grad-
er 195.91
N. H. Farm Tractor Co., repairs grader 1.85



$ 261.63
OLD AGE ASSISTANCE

Town's share, 25% payments for year $ 431.17

TOWN POOR

Direct relief, medical and supplies $ 691.44

MEMORIAL DAY

F. F. Davis, flags $ 7.20

UNCLASSIFIED

Anna M. Morin, transfer cards $ 7.40

Lloyd Saulnier, gas and oil for grader 16.72

Anna M. Morin, deed cards 2.80

State treasurer, culvert 49.04

$ 75.96



21

STATE AID CONSTRUCTION

Bennett Road $ 1,114.39

TOWN CONSTRUCTION



Fisher Road




$ 729.15


Fisher Road, tar




1,247.29




$ 1,976.44




STATE






COUNTY





State treasurer, special polls and interest $ 79.32
County tax $ 1,892.41



SCHOOL TAX




School appropriation and dog licenses $


4,489.49


SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS




Town officers' salaries $


749.25


Town officers' expenses


333.54


Election and registration


180.50


Town hall and other buildings


73.77


Police


10.00


Fire protection


175.90


Damage by dogs


20.11


Health department


10.00


Town maintenance


1,415.12


Snow removal


2,049.85


Snow fence


564.05


Culverts


3.70


Brush


479.80


Bridges


62.97



22



Sanding


170.30


General expenses of highway


department 261.63


Library


500.00


Old age assistance


431.17


Town poor


691.44


Memorial day


7.20


Unclassified


75.96


State Aid Construction


1,114.39


Town construction


1.976.44


State treasurer


79.32


County tax


■ 1,892.41


School appropriations


4,489.49




$17,818.31



TREASURER'S REPORT



Cash on hand






$10,534.43


Received from Annie B. Piper:






Auto tax, 1945






10.01


Auto tax, 1946






702.85


Dog licenses






180.60


Filing fees






12.00


State treasurer:








Class V






385.00


Interest and dividend






154.27


Railroad tax






.38


Savings bank tax






21.25


Town of Barrington, N. H.,


use


of grader


80.00


Sale of Hartford property






100.00


Sale of Victor Couture property




500.00


Sale of tractor tires






15.00


Helen B. MacRae, pipes for


driveway


49.04


Tax collector, taxes, 1946






15,163.90


Poll taxes, 195 at $2.00






390.00



23



Interest


.63


Property taxes, 1945


520.10


Poll taxes, regular, 24 at $2.00


48.00


Poll taxes, special, 29 at $3.00


78.00


Interest


10.77




$28,956.23


Expenditures




Paid orders of selectmen


$17,818.31


Cash on hand, January 1, 1947


11,137.92



$28,956.23
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



TAX COLLECTORS REPORT

SUMMARY OF WARRANT
LEVY OF 1946
Dr.
Taxes committed to collector:
Property taxes $16,179.98

Poll taxes at $2.00 458.00



Total warrant


$16,637.98


Added taxes:




Poll tax


2.00


Interest collected


.63


Total debits


$16,640.61


Cr.




Remittances to treasurer :




Property taxes


$15,163.90


Poll taxes


390.00


Interest collected


.63


Abatements


190.00



Uncollected taxes as per collector's list :



24



Property taxes


836.08


Poll taxes


60.00


Total credits


$16,640.61


SUMMARY OF WARRANT




LEVY OF 1945




Dr.




Uncollected taxes as of Jan. 1, 1946:




Property taxes


$ 535.50


Poll taxes, regular at $2.00


60.00


Poll taxes, special at $3.00


96.00


Interest collected


10.77



Total debits $ 702.27

Cr. '
Remittances to treasurer during fiscal year
ending Dec. 31, 1946:



Property taxes


$


520.10


Polls, regular at $2.00




48.00


Polls, special at $3.00




78.00


Interest collected during year




10.77


Abatements made during year




45.40


Total credits


$


702.27


SUMMARY OF WARRANT






LEVY OF 1944






Dr.






Uncollected taxes as of Jan. 1, 1945 :




-


Property tax


$


32.34


Cr.






Abatements made during year




32.S4


The foregoing is a correct list of all


money paid


treasurer during the fiscal year of 1946,


to the best


of my knowledge and belief.






INEZ E. BENNETT


i




Collector.



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT

Received for 1945 auto permits $ 10.01

Received for 1946 auto permits 702.85

Received for dog licenses 198.00

Received for filing fees 12.00



Total $ 922.86

Less fees for dog licenses 17.40



$ 905.46

Paid treasurer for auto permits $ 712.86

Paid treasurer for dog licenses 180.60

Paid treasurer for filing fees 12.00



Total $ 905.46

ANNIE B. PIPER,

Town Clerk.



REPORT OF ROAD AGENTS

LLOYD E. SAULNIER



Received from town




$


790.69


Maintenance


$


379.56




Brush
Sanding




234.40

73.80




Snow fence




74.00




Bridges




28.93









$


790.69


Snow




$


1,699.95



CHARLES H. JOHNSON

Received from town $ 860.95

Maintenance $ 591.65



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Brush 32.00

Sanding 52.40

Snow fence 169.90

Bridges 15.00



$ 860.95

Snow $ 256.90

WILLIAM A. CARPENTER



Received from


town


$


706.34


Maintenance




$ 344.50




Brush




213.40




Sanding




44.10




Snow fence




81.60




Bridges




19.04




Culvert




3.70








$


706.34


Snow




$


21.60



REPORT OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES

Received from town :

Appropriation for separate entrance $ 200.00

Book and expense fund 300.00



$ 500,00



Expenditures :

Whiting Stationery Co., books $ 57.44

The News Shop, books # 12.40
N. H. Library Association, membership

dues 5.00

Mabel E. Welch, salary librarian 50.00

Mabel E. Welch, janitor library 13.00

$ 137.84



27



Strafford Savings Bank, entrance appro-
priation 200.00

Cash on hand, book and expense fund, Dec.

31, 1946 162.16



$ 500.00
ETHEL D. THOMPSON,
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,
EDNA B. BARTLETT,

Library Trustees.



BOOKS ADDED TO LEE LIBRARY IN 1946

Daisy Kenyon, Elizabeth Janeway.
Portrait of a Marriage, Pearl Buck.
The Gauntlet, James Street.
Three O'Clock Dinner, Josephine Pinckney.
Beyond the Sound of Guns* Emilie Lorine.
This Kate, Margaret Hard.
Canal Town, Samuel Hopkins Adams.
China Flight, Pearl Buck.

A Girl to Come Home to, Grace Livingstone Hill.
Country Mouse, Louise Andrews Kent.
Capt. from Castile, Samuel Shellaberger.
Arizona Star, Faith Baldwin.
Most Secret, Nevil Shute.
A Bell for Adano, John Hersey.
Outside Eden, Isabel Rorick.
The Egg and I, Betty MacDonald.
Farmer Takes a Wife, John Gould.
The World, the Flesh and Father Smith, Bruce Mar-
shall.
Nine Mile Bridge, Helen Hamlin.
David the King, Gladys Schmitt.
This Side of Innocence, Taylor Caldwell.



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Yankee Storekeeper, R. E. Gould.

The King's General, Daphne Du Maurier.

Starling of the White House, Thomas Sugrue.

Last Chapter, Ernie Pyle.

The Snake Pit, Mary Jane Ward.

Wasteland, Jo Sinclair.

For My Great Folly, Thos. B. Costain.

Storm Tide, Elizabeth Oglivie.

Human Life of Jesus, John Erskine.

Prekaska's Wife, Helen Wheaton.

Alexander Woolcott, Samuel Hopkins Adams.

Written on the Wind, Robert Wilder.

Before the Sun Goes Down, Elizabeth Metzger Howard.

Where Are We in Religion?, Joseph Fort Newton.

Blue River, Mary Frances Doner.

The Unforseen, Dorothy Macardle.

Hang My Heart, Anne Brooks.

The Foxes of Harrow, Frank Yerby.

A Lion Is In the Streets, Adria Locke Langley.

Journey in the Dark, Marten Flavin.

Hunter's Moon, Helen Topping Miller.

Peace of Mind, Joshua Leibman.

Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Agatha Christie.

70,000 to 1, Quentin Reynolds.

Stairs of Sand, Zane Grey.

The House Without a Key, Earl D. Biggers.

Happy the Land, Louise Rich Dickinson.

Over at Crowley s, Katharine Norris.

Grassleyes Mysteries, E. Phillips Oppenheim.

PERIODICALS



Ladies' Home Journal.
Saturday Evening Post.
Soviet Russia Today.
Story Parade.



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GIFT OF STATE AID

Family on Maple St., Gladys Tabor.

Magic Michael, Louis Slobodkin.

Rainbow's End, Elmer Bertram Hader.

Small Rain, Jessie Orton Jones.

Winter on the Prairie, Alice B. Curtis.

Mistress of the White House, Helen Morgan.

Star in the Willows, Katharine W. Eyre.

The Rooster Crows, Maud and Miska Petersham.

Green Grass of Wyoming, Mary O'Hara.

Britannia Mews, Margery Sharp.

My Wayward Parent, Elizabeth Cobb.

Forever China, Robert Paine.

The Cherokee Strip, James Marquis.

African Journey, Eslandra Goode Robeson.

A Mighty Fortress, Le Grand Cannon.

The Beacon, Sara Bassett.

Cass Timberlane, Sinclair Lewis.

Forever Possess, Alexander Phillips.

Bedford Village, Hervey Allen.

Forest and the Fort, Hervey Allen.

County Flavor, Hay den Pearson.

Moment of Time, Sydney McLean.

Vinland the Good, Nevil Shute.

Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain.

Bird's Christmas Tree, Emma Brock.

The Little Train, Lois Lenski.

The Dog that Came True, Darrell Huff.

MABEL E. WELCH,

Librarian.
Library hours 2 to 4 on Saturday.






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Online LibraryLee (N.H. : Town)Report of the superintending school committee of the Town of Lee, N.H. for the year ending (1946-1947) → online text (page 1 of 2)