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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, 1950



University of New Hampshire
Library



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, 1950



GEO. J. FOSTER & CO.
DOVER. N. H.
1951



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
ARTHUR J. THOMPSON

Selectmen
EDWARD JOHNSTON, 1951

GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1952

ROBERT L. KENISTON, 1953

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ANNIE B. PIPER

Supervisors
WILLIS P. TUTTLE

JOHN W. CONLON

WALTER WELCH

Trustees of Trust Funds
GUY W. ANGELL, 1951

JAMES B. WALKER, 1952

GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1953

Library Trustees
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL, 1951

MARGARET V. ANGELL, 1952

ETHEL D. THOMPSON, 1953

Highway Agent
LLOYD E. SAULNIER

Librarian
FRED A. CHAPMAN



Health
GILMAN MENTER

Police
GILMAN MENTER

Dog Constable
GILMAN MENTER

Fire Warden

WILLIS FERNALD

Tel. 327-12, Newmarket, N. H.

Deputy Wardens

GEORGE A. BENNETT

Tel. 327-4, Newmarket, N. H.

LLOYD E. SAULNIER
Tel. 1654-11, Dover, N. H.

ROBERT L. KENISTON
Tel. 56-12, Newmarket, N. H.

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

FRANK I. CALDWELL
Tel. 1654-13, Dover, N. H.

AARON W. CHADBOURN, Jr.
Tel. 54-13, Newmarket, N. H.



(950
TOWN V/ARRANT



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the Inhabitants of the Town 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 thirteenth day of March,
next, at ten 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 neces-
sary for the maintenance of highways.

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) for
fire protection.

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two thousand eight hundred dollars
($2800.00) 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 ($1000.00) to
be set aside for the Lee Hook Road.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of four hundred dollars ($400.00)
for the control of White Pine Blister Rust for the year
1951.

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of four hundred forty-nine dollars and
twelve cents ($449.12) for the construction of Class
V highways under the provisions of the T. R. A., so
called. The State will contribute the sum of two thou-



sand nine hundred ninety-four dollars and twelve cents
($2994.12).

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of four hundred fifty dollars ($450.00)
for the operation and maintenance of the Fire De-
partment.

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00)
to complete the Fire House.

11. To raise and appropriate for economic advance
of the town through publicity and promotional services
of the Seacoast Regional Development Association, in
cooperation with other regional communities, a sum
not exceeding one one-hundredth of one per cent of
assessed valuation, namely fifty-five dollars ($55.00).

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 le-
gally come before the meeting.

Given under our hands and seal, this sixteenth day
of February in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred
and fifty-one.

EDWARD JOHNSTON,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,
ROBERT L. KENISTON,

Selectmen of Lee.
A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

EDWARD JOHNSTON,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,
ROBERT L. KENISTON,

Selectmen of Lee.



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE ENSUING
YEAR JANUARY 1. 1951 TO DECEMBER 31, 1951 COMPARED WITH



Sources of Revenue



FROM STATE:



Esti-




Esti-


mated


Actual


mated


Revenue


Revenue


Revenue


Previous


Previou.s


En.suinK


Year


Year


Year


1950


1950


1951



FROM STATE:



Interest and Dividends Tax
Railroad Tax
Savings Bank Tax
Gas Money-
Reimbursement a/c Exemption of

Growing Wood and Timber
For Fighting Forest Fires
Blister Rust
Bounties

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Dog Licenses

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits

Income of Departments ;

(a) Highway, including rental of equipment

For School District, reports

Lee Library, balance and entrance

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees

New Trust Funds

CASH SURPLUS

FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN
PROPERTY TAXES:

(a) Poll Taxes — Regular (cf %2

(b) National Bank Stock Taxes
Yield Taxes

TATAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES
EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES

AMT. TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY
TAXES

TOTAL REVENUES



$ 250.00

.22

75.00

500.00


$ 366.37

.45

106.88

738.12

20.56

5.32

3.75


$ .soo.oo

.45
100.00


200.00
10.00


297.00
10.00
44.03


250.00
10.00


it

10.00


177.75

54.00

208.20

1,901.10

710.00

5,183.38


1.800.00


400.00
10.00


410.00

10.00

105.82


400.00
10.00


$ 2,445.22


$10,352.73


$ 2.870.45


36.102.06


38,771,46


32,405.37



$38,547.28 $49,124.19 $35,275.82



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE







Esti-




Actual


mated


Appropria-


Expendi-


Expendi-


tions


tures


tures


Previous


Previous


Ensuinjr


V^RT


Year


Year


1950


1950


1951



ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRIATIONS AND EX-
PENDITURES OF THE PREVIOUS YEAR JANUARY 1. 1950 TO
DECEMBER 31, 1950



Purposes of Expenditures



ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRIATIONS AND EX-
PENDITURES OF THE PREVIOUS YEAR JANUARY 1, 1950 TO
DECEMBER 31, 1950
CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES:

General Government:

Town Officers' Salaries $ 1.050.00 $ 1,000.50 $ 1,050.00

Town Officei-s* Expenses 400.00 230.79 400.00

Election and Registration Expenses 200.00 209.50 100.00

Expenses Town Hall and Other Bldgs. 500.00 482.92 400.00

Protection of Persons and Property :

Police Department 10.00 20.00 20.00

Fire Department 650.00 495.95 1,150.00

Moth Extermination^BIister Rust 400.00 400.00 400.00

Bounties .50

Health :

Health Department, Including Hospitals 10.00 10.00 10.00

HiRbways and Bridges : 200,00 100.00

Town Maintenance — Summer 2,000.00 1,990.60 2,000.00

Town Maintenance— Winter 2,000.00 1.633.83 2,000.00

Cash Surplu - ^ 2,000.00

General Expenses of Highway Department 193.00

Town Road Aid 433.36 474.91

Libraries :

Libraries 150.00 158.20 150.00

Public Welfare :

Town Poor 1,050.00 831.41 1,000.00

Old Aj?e Assistance 1,500.00 1,827.01 1,800.00

Patriotic Purposes :

Memorial Day and Veterans' Associations 15.00 9.00 1.5.00

Cemeteries — New Trust Funds 710.00

Unclassified :

Unclassified 500.00 277.46 400.00

Damages and Legal Expenses,

Including Dog Dam.age 48.12

Advertising and Regional Associations 54.00 54.00 55.00

Taxes Bought By Town 154.19

Abatement 33.60

Interest 36.75

Highways and Bridges :

Town Construction — T. R. A. 449.12

State Aid Construction — Town's Share 223.76 1,000.00

New Equipment 405.00

Payment on Principal of Debt:

(a) Temporary Loan 3,000.00

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
DIVISIONS :
County Taxes 2.615.51 2.615.51 2,800.00

School Taxes 22,585.65 14,262.72 19,976.70



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $38,547.28 $31,565.47 $35,276.82



ASSETS



FINANCIAL

BALANCE



Cash:

In hands of treasurer

Accounts due to the town :

Due from State:

Reimbursement a c exemption wood and
timber

Other bills due town :

Tide Water Ossociation Oil Company
Unredeemed taxes (from tax sale on

account of)

Levy of 1949
Uncollected taxes :

Levy of 1950

Levy of 1949



$17,558.72



135.50



25.50



24.42

2,922.89

2.00



Total assets



$20,869.03



REPORT

SHEET

LIABILITIES

December 31, 1950
Accounts owed by the town :

Lee Hook Road $ 1,000.00

Bridges 200.00

Due to School Districts:

Balance of appropriation 14,285.65



Total liabilities $15,485.65

Excess of assets over liabilities (surplus) 5,183.38



Grand total $20,669.03



10



RECEIPTS AND

For the year ending
RECEIPTS
Current Revenue :
From local taxes)

Property taxes — current year .$30,997.72
Poll taxes, current year @ $2 410.00

National bank stock taxes 10.00

Yield taxes 105.82

Total current year's taxes collected and

remitted
Property taxes, previous years
Poll taxes, previous years at $2
Interest received on taxes
Tax sales redeemed
From State:

Interest and dividend tax

Railroad tax

Savings bank tax

Reimbursements a/c exemption of grow-

wood and timber
Fighting forest fires
Bounties
From local sources except taxes :
Dog licenses

Business licenses, permits and filing fees
Income from departments, Lee School

District, reports
Income from Highway Department
Registration of motor vehicles, 1949 per-
mits
Registration of motor vehicles, 1950 per-
mits
Receipts other than current revenue :
Temporary loans in anticipa-
tion of taxes during year $ 8,000.00



$31,523.54

1,709.32

72.00

14.03

132.07

366.37
.45

106.88

738.12

20.56

3.75

297.00
10.00

54.00

177.75

26.23

1,874.87



11



PAYMENTS
December 31, 1950

PAYMENTS
Current Maintenance p:]xpenses:
General overnment :

Town officers' salaries $ 1,000.50

Town officers' expenses 280.79

Election and registration ex-
penses 209.50
Expenses town hall and other

town buildings 482.92

Protection of persons and property :

Police department 20.00

Fire department, including

forest fires 495.95

Moth extermination — blister

rust 400.00

Bounties -50

Damage by dogs 48.12

Health: 10.00

Highways and Bridges:

Town maintenance (summer

$1990.60, winter $1633.82) 3,624.43
General expenses of highway

department 193.00

Libraries :

Libraries 158.20

Public welfare:

Old age assistance 1,827.01

Town poor 831.41

Patriotic purposes :

Memorial Day and veterans'

associations 9.00

Unclassified : 277.46

Advertising and regional as-
sociations 54.00



12





RECEIPTS AND


Refunds, blister rust


5.32


New trust funds received




during year


710.00


Lee library, balance and sep-




arate entrance


208.20



Total receipts other than current revenue 3,923.52



Total receipts from all sources $41,081.06

Cash on hand Jan 1, 1950 8,043.13



Grand total $49,124.19



13

PAYMENTS (Continued)

Taxes bought by town 154.19

Discounts, abatements and

refunds 33.60

Total current maintenance

expenses $10,060.58

Interest :

Paid on temporary loans in

anticipation of taxes 36.75

Total interest payments 36.75

Outlay for new construction,
equipment and permanent im-
provements :
Highways and bridges — town

construction— TRA 474.91

New equipment (highway —

$405.00 405.00

Total outlay payments 879.91

Indebtedness :

Payments on temporary loans

in anticipation of taxes 3,000.00

Payments to trustees of trust

funds (new funds) 710.00



Total indebtedness payments 3,710.00

Payments to other governmen-
tal divisions :

Paid to county 2,615.51

Payments to school districts 14,262.72
Total payments to other governmental

divisions 16,878.23

Total payments for all purposes $31,565.47



14
PAYMENTS (Continued)
Cash on hand December 31, 1950 17,558.72



Grand total $49,124.19



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.
EDWARD JOHNSTON,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,
ROBERT L. KENISTON,

Selectmen.
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer,
Date: Feb. 10, 1951.



15

SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town Hall, land and buildings $3,500.00

Furniture and equipment 25.00

Libraries, furniture and equipment 500.00

Fire department, equipment 1,000.00

Highway department, equipment 1,500.00

Schools, lands and buildings 4,000.00

Equipment 1,500.00
All lands and buildings acquired through

tax collector's deeds 3,000.00



Total $15,025.00



SELECTMEN'S REPORT

Land and buildings $447,495.00

Electric plants 47,736.00

Horses, 72 . 4,325.00

Cows, 312 33,740.00

Other neat stock, 37 2,700.00

Sheep and goats, 44 440.00

Hogs, 17 425.00

Fowls, 6,675 6,275.00

Portable mills, 3 1,500.00

Wood, lumber 20,045.00

Gasoline pumps and tanks, 13 1,680.00

Stock in trade 6,100.00

Mills and machinery 8,100.00



$580,561.00
Less soldiers' exemptions 30,355.00



Total valuation $550,206.00



IG



Tax rate $100.00— $6.20.
Property taxes
National bank stock taxes
Poll taxes



APPROPRIATIONS
General expenses
Fire department
Lee Volunteer Fire department
State aid construction
Town construction, TRA
Highway maintenance
Snow removal
Cash surplus
Blister rust

Seacoast Regional Association
Old age assistance and relief
Unclassified — town reports
County tax
School tax

Total town and school appropriations
Less estimated revenues and credits :

Interest and dividend $ 357.00

Railroad tax .22

Savings bank tax 75.00

Reimbursement, wood, timber 950.00
Motor vehicle fees 1,200.00

Dog licenses 250.00

Cash surplus 2,000.00



$33,885.56
10.00

486.00

$34,381.56

$ 2,335.00

200.00

450.00

223.76

433.36

2,200,00

2,000.00

2,000.00

400.00

54.00

2,550.00

500.00

2,615.51

22,585.65

$38,547,28



Plus overlay



$ 4,832.22

$33,715.06
666.50



$34,381.56



17



Less poll taxes at $2 $ 486.00

Less national bank stock taxes 10.00

498.00

Amount to be raised by property taxes on

which tax rate is to be figured $33,885.56

Taxes to Be Committed to Collector

Property taxes $33,885.56

Poll taxes at $2 486.00

National bank stock taxes 10.00











$34,381.56


TOWN OFFICERS'


SALARIES






Selectmen








$


375.00


Town clerk










125.00


Tax collector










150.00


Treasurer










150.00


Auditors










10.00


Town clerk, auto


permit


fees






165.50


Moderator


#








25.00



$ 1,000.50
TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES

Auto truck guide $ 6.00

F. W. Fownes, printing 1.35

N. H. Assessors Association, dues 2.00

N. H. Tax Collectors Association, dues 2.00

N. H. Town Clerks Association, dues 2.00

James B. GrifRn, officers' bonds 50.00

Edson C. Eastman, supplies 23.15

Sargent Bros., tax bills 14.50

Edward Quimby, supplies 2.45

Brown and Saltmarsh, supplies 7.45

Selectmen, expenses 29.00

Treasurer, expenses and supplies 9.90

Town clerk, expenses 3.67

Tax collector, expenses 15.29



18
Officers attending meetings f)2.03



$2:^0.79
ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

George J. Foster Co., ballots $ 5.50

Ballot clerks 48.00

Lee Missionary Society, election dinners 45.00

Willys P. Tuttle, supervisor 58.00

John W.Conlon, supervisor 53.00



$ 209.50
TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS

Henry H. Thompson $ 30.00

J. B. Griffin, front door lock 14.70

Manford Dyer, labor on lock 10.00

Henry H. Thompson, labor and paint 18.22

Jasper B. Gilpatrick, exits and stairs 410.00



^ $ 482.92
POLICE

Oilman Menter, salary $ 20.00

FIRE PROTECTION

Willis Fernald, warden, Barrington session $ 34.92

Willis Fernald, warden, attending meeting 6.68

Epping Garage, repairs pum-ps 4.35

Lee Volunteer Fire Dept., appropriation 450.00



$ 495.95
DAMAGE BY DOGS

Wheeler and Clark, dog tags $ 9.12

Oilman Menter, salary and expense 39.00



$ 48.12
HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Oilman Menter, health officer $ 10.00



19



TOWN MAINTENANCE
Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 1,561.35

SNOW REMOVAL
Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 697.15

SANDING
Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 408.55

SNOW FENCE
Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 528.13

BRUSH
Lloyd E. Saulnier $ 429.25

LIBRARY

Appropriation and balance, book fund $ 158.20

GENERAL EXPENSES, HIGHWAY

DEPARTMENT

J. F. Faltin, transportation $ 1.20

R. C. Hazelton, plow parts 191.80



$ 193.00
OLD AGE ASSISTANCE
Town's share, 25 per cent payments for

year $ 1,827.01

TOWN POOR
Direct relief, medical and supplies $ 831.41

MEMORIAL DAY'
Dover Veterans' Council, flags .$ 9.00

ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Seacoast Region $ 54.00

CEMETERIES
Trustees of trust funds $ 710.00

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN
Taxes bought by town $ 154.19

ABATEMENTS
Francis M. Hayes, abatement $ 33.60

UNCLASSIFIED
George J. Foster Co., printing reports $ 195.00

Ethel G. Waldron, real estate reports .50



20



Anna Morin Dube, transfer cards (70) 14.21

Anna Morin Dube, register deed 1.38

Anna Morin Dube, mortgagees' reports 2.50

Lloyd E. Saulnier, grader, Madbury 63.87



$ 277.46

TOWN CONSTRUCTION

State of New Hampshire, T. R. A. $ 438.36

Willis Fernald, gas and oil, grader 24.05

Melvin Crouse, gas and oil, grader 17.50



$ 474.91
NEW EQUIPMENT
R. C. Hazelton, snow plow wing $ 405.00

TEMPORARY LOAN
Strafford National Bank $ 3,000.00

INTEREST
Strafford National Bank $ 36.75

COUNTY TAX
Thomas K. Davenhall, treasurer, county

tax $ 2,615.51

SCHOOL DISTRICT
School appropriations 14.262.72



SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

Town officers' salaries $ 1,000.50

Town officers' expenses 230.79

Election and registration 209.50

Town hall and other buildings 482.92

Police 20.00

Fire protection 495.95

Blister rust 400.00

Bounties .50

Damage by dogs 48.12

Health department 10.00

Town maintenance 1.561.35



21



Snow removal




697.15


Snow fence




528.13


Sanding




408.55


Brush




429.25


General expenses highw,


ay department


193.00


Library




158.20


Old age assistance




1,827.01


Town poor




831.41


Memorial Day




9.00


Regional Association




54.00


Cemeteries




710.00


Taxes bought by town




154.19


Unclassified




311.06


Interest




36.75


Town construction




474.91


New equipment




405.00


Temporary loan




3,000.00


County tax




2,615.51


School appropriations




14,262.72




$31,565.47


TREASURER'S REPORT




Cash on hand




$ 8,043.13


Received from Annie B. :


Piper :




Auto tax, 1949




26.23


Auto tax, 1950




1,874.87


Dog licenses




297.00


Filing fees




10.00


State treasurer :






Bounties




3.75


State forestry




20.56


Savings bank tax




106.88


Railroad tax




.45


Interest and dividend




366.37


Partial reimbursement,


timber tax


788.12



22

Refund, pine blister 5.32
Use of grader, Madbury 128.00
Use of Grader, L. E. Walker 49.75
Lee School District, printing reports 54.00
Lee Librarj^ balance appropriation 8.20
Lee Library, separate entrance 200.00
Estate Dora Stinber, Geo. Wiggin lot, Par-
ish Cemetery 300.00
Elizabeth Crowell, Geo. Wiggin lot, Parish

Cemetery 300,00
Mildred C. Phair, Albert Comings lot, Lee



Hill Cemetery


110.00


Strafford National Bank, temporary loan


3,000.00


Tax collector:




Property taxes, 1950


31,113.54


Poll taxes, 1950


410.00


Interest, 1950


2.15


Property taxes, 1949


1,709.32


Poll taxes, 1949


72.00


Literest, 1949


41.88


Redemptions, tax, costs and interest


132.67




$49,124.19


EXPENDITURES




Paid orders of selectmen


$31,565.47


Cash on hand January 1, 1951


17,558.72



$49,124.19
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



TOWN CLERK^S REPORT

December 31, 1950.
Received for 1949 auto permits $ 26.23

Received from 1950 auto permits 1,874.87

Received for dog licenses 322.00



23

Received for filing fees 10.00



Total




$ 2,233.10


Less fees for dog licenses




25.00




$ 2,208.10


Paid treasurer for auto permits


$ 1,901.10


Paid treasurer for dog licenses


297.00


Paid treasurer for filing fees





10.00


Total


$ 2,208.10




ANNIE B. PIPER,




Town Clerk.


TAX COLLECTOR'S WARRANT


SUMMARY OF


WARRANT




LEVY OF 1950




Dr.






Taxes Committed to collector :






Property taxes


P3,885.56




Poll taxes


486.00




National bank stock taxes


10.00




Total warrant




$34,381.56


Yield taxes




105.82


Added taxes:






Property taxes




3.10


Poll taxes




10.00


Interest collected:




2.15


Total debits

Cr.
Remittances to treasurer:


$34,502.63






Property taxes


$30,997.72




Poll taxes


410.00




National bank stock taxes


10.00





24



Yield taxes 105.82

Interest collected 2.15

Abatements 54.05

Uncollected taxes as per collec-
tor's list :

Property taxes 2,842.89

Poll taxes 80.00



Total credits $34,502.63

SUMMARY OF WARRANT
LEVY OF 1949
Dr.
Uncollected taxes as of Jan. 1, 1950:
Property taxes ? 1,718.92

Poll taxes 88.00





$ 1,806.92


Interest collected during fiscal year




ending Dec. 31, 1950


41.88


Total debits


$ 1,848.80


Cr.




Remittances to treasurer during fiscal


year ended Dec. 31, 1950:




Property taxes $


1,709.32


Poll taxes


72.00


Interest collected during year


41.88


Abatements made during year


23.60


Uncollected taxes as per




collector's list




Poll


2.00



Total credits $ 1,848.80

SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS
AS OF DEC 31, 1950

Tax Sale on Account of Levies of 1949



25



Dr.
Taxes sold to town during current fiscal



year




$


154.]


Interest collected after sale






1.60


Redemption costs






1.30


Total debits


'$


157.09


Cr.








Remittances to treasurer during


year


s


132.67


Unredeemed taxes at close of year




24.42



$ 157.09

UNREDEEMED TAXES FROM TAX SALES

ON ACCOUNT OF LEVY OF 1949

Archambeault, Philias, heirs of .64

Nason, Ernest and Dorothy 23.78



$ 24.42
The foregoing is a correct list of all money paid
treasurer during the fiscal year of 1950, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.

INEZ E. BENNETT,

Tax Collector.



REPORT OF ROAD AGENTS

LLOYD E. SAULNIER
Received from town $ 2,927.28

Maintenance $ 1,561.35

Brush 429.25

Sanding 408.55

Snow fence 528.13

$ 2,927.28

Snow^ $697.15



REPORT OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1950 $ 8.20



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Appropriation, book and expense fund 150.00

Strafford Savings Bank 200.00

Gift from Welch family 25.00



Strafford Savings Bank



Doubleday Book Club

Whiting Stationery Company, books

Arthur T. White, books, magazines

N. H. Library Association

Life

F. Allan Chapman, salary, librarian

F. Allan Chapman, salary, janitor

Tow^n of Lee, N. H., entrance to library

Welch gift, books



Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1951
Welch gift



Strafford Savings Bank



$


383.20




18.22


$


401.42


$


7.00




33.47




35.00




5.00




7.95




50.00




11.50




200.00




15.70


$


365.62


?


8.28




9.30


?


383.20




18.22



$ 401.42
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,
MARGARET V. ANGELL,
ETHEL D. THOMPSON,

Library Trustees.



NEW BOOKS— 1950
Gj^psy Sixpence, Edison Marshall
Tomorrow We Weep, James Street
Hear This Woman, Ben and Ann Pinchot
Love Came Laughing By, Emilie Loring



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Cannon Hill, Mary Deasy
Definition of Love, Catheriiie McCarthy
The Passionate Journey, Irving Stone
The Big Eye, Max Ehrlich
Praise at Morning, Mildred McNeilly
The Cry of Dolores, Herbert Gorman
Oh, Glittering Promir.e, Anne Fisher
Best Known Works, Voltaire

Best Known Works, Elizabeth and Robert Browning
Best Known Works, Oscar Wilde
Best Known Works, Emilie Jola
West Known Works, William Shakespeare
West Known Works, Flaubert
The Science of Life, H. G. Wells-Hurley
Mrs. Pottermack's Oversight, R. A, Freeman
The King's Cavalier, Samuel Shellaborger
Cordelia, Winston Graham
We Ride the Gale, Emilie Loring
The Sea Eagles, John Jennings
\¥hite House Physician, V. Adm. Ross T. Mclntire
The Cry and the Covenant, Horton Thompson
The Man Who Made Friends with Himself, Christo-
pher Morley
Divine Mistress, Frank S. Slaughter
Maine Ways, Elizabeth Coatsworth
Audubons, Birds of, A. Ludlow Griscom
Land of the Free, Mildred G. Flanders
Island Ljght, Alexander Key
Yankee Boyhood

The Gentle Infidel, Laurence Schoonover
Each River Bright, Mildred M. McNeilly
The Big Secret, Merle Colby
The Suspect, James Roland
My World Is An Island, Elizabeth Ogilvie
Mr. Jones, Meet the Master, Peter Marshall


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