Massachusetts. State Board of Charity.

Annual report online

. (page 31 of 60)
Online LibraryMassachusetts. State Board of CharityAnnual report → online text (page 31 of 60)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Machinery and improve-
ments

Tuberculosis hospital fur-
nishings

Savings bank deposits

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .



$14,191 19
7,489 67

5.580 32
2,608 06



8,046 11

8,188 87

787 09

672 67
679 10
240 16

197 05

2,820 42

4,119 59

80.810 59

18 86

822 62

$81,066 87
2,228 16

$88,295 08



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



201



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$232,153.53 ; value of investments, $323,242.52.



FITCHBUBa HILPma HAND ASSOCIATION, SS Holt St., ntchburg.
(inioorpmlUd 1898.)

Report for year ending Jannary 1, 1918.

Miss Mary L. Garfield, President; Mrs. Anna C. Leavens, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Myrtie L. Gove, Treasurer; Mrs. Ellen McGrath, Super-
intendent

Home for working women.

Number of paid officers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year, 525, viz., 624 paying, 1 partly paying.



Dr.

Cash on hand . 3164 56

From beneficiaries 11,582 66

Subscriptions and donations 817 81



$12,065 08



Cr,

Salaries and wages $3,000 91

Provisions and supplies . 5,259 13

Heat, light, and power 1,854 44
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 1,802 55



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



811.417 03
648 00

812.065 08



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$68,800.



FITCHBUBO HOMK FOB OLD LADISS, comer Oedar and Orange Sts.,
Fitehburg. (Incorporated 1888.)

Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Dr. William H. Bennett, President; Miss Adelaide Z. Mclntire,
Secretary; Wilbur W. Henry, Treasurer; Mrs. Susie C. Stanley,
Matron.

Home for Pi'otestant women, sixty-five years of age, residents of
Fitchburg for ten years. Admission fee, $400 and conveyance of
property to Home.

Xumber of paid oflScers or employees, 4.

JTumber aided during year, 19.



Digitized by



Google



202



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



Dr.



Ct.



Oash on hand


$10,225 88


Wages ....


$928 24


Admission fees .


1,687


63


Provisions ....


1,802 87


Donations .


517


50


Heat, Ught, including labor


768 63


Special accounts


2,071


14


Bepairs ....


. 138 87


Income from investments


1,866


51


Nurse ....


301 84


Investments repaid


10,000


00


Medical supplies


54 75


Miscellaneous


18


47


Burials ....
Insurance ....
Street watering and sewer

assessments
Special accounts
Paid inmates
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


115 00
80 00

17 86

2,274 43

72 40

27 51




$6,081 90








Investments


18,165 00








Cash on hand .


7,184 72




$26,881


63


$36,881 62



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$26,000; value of investments, $38,772.12.

THl FITCHBUBa UNION AID HOMI FOR CHILDBBN, S7 Holt St.

Fitchburg. (Incorporated 1892.)

Report for year ending November 80, 1918.

Milton Gushing, President; Anna L. Dickinson, Secretary; Mrs.
Herbert E. Jennison, Treasurer; Mrs. Abbie E. Demmon, Matron,

To assist poor and needy children of Fitchburg without restric-
tion of race, color, or creed.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 3.

Xumber aided during year, 36, viz., 30 paying, 2 pairtly paying,
4 free.



Dr,

Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Beqnest ....
Income from investments


$42 71

612 50

1,044 99

58 50

101 26


Of.

Salaries and wages
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental
repairs ....

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Oash on hand


$824 70

433 78

97 25

144 07




$1,499 80

98 82

261 84




$1,859 96


$1,859 96



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000 ; value of investments, $2,114.86.

Framingham.

HOMI FOB AQID MIN AND WOMIK IN FRAMDiaHAM, 1 WorcMter

St., Framingham. (Incorporatod 18M.)

Report for year ending January 15, 1918.

Comer A. Belknap, President; Miss Ellen Hyde, Secretary; John
H. Temple, Treasurer; Miss A. M. Grimes, Matron.



Digitized by



Google



Part n.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



203



To furnish a home for indigent persons at least sixty years of
age, residents of Framingham for at least ten years.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 5.
Number aided during year, 14.



Dr,



Cr.



Cash on hand .


$2,854 07


Salaries and wages


$1,524 42


Prom beneficiaries


1.100


00


Printing, postage, and office


Subscriptions and donations


1,876


28


supplies .


80 85


Annnitiet and bequests to






Provisions and supplies


1,170 68


income ....


100


00


Board of inmates


460 51


Income from investments .


1,928


98


Heat, light, and telephone


829 02


MisceUaneous


81


90


Furnishings and incidents
repairs .


1,009 27








Total current receipts


17,885


18


Insurance and taxes .


228 00


Drawn from investments






Medical attendance and




for reconstruction .


10,889


52


nursing .
Funeral expenses
Allowance to inmates .

Total current expenses


100 84

98 00

110 71




$5,557 25








Reconstruction .


11,740 47








Cash on hand


976 98




$18,274


65


$18,274 65



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$30,000; value of investments, $28,031.75.



Franklin.

YOUNG MIN'B CHBI8TIAH ASSOCIATION OF TRANKLIN, Dean Ave.,
Franklin. (Incorporated 1901.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Prof. A. TT. Peirce, President; J. Morrison Clark, Secretary;
William S. Eichardson, Treasurer.

Physical, mental, and moral development of young men and boys.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
Number of members, 316.



Dr,

Cash on hand |688 01

Snbtcriptions and donations 705 00

Building fund pledges . 820 75

From memberships, etc. 8,097 51



$4,852 17



Cr.

Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Supplies

Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Interest
Paid on notes
Miscellaneous

Total current exi>enses
Cash on hand



$1,849 96

148 80
181 62
678 79

488 45
427 90
150 00
888 52



$4,754 04
98 18

$4,852 17



Digitized by



Google



204



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$33,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $6,000.

Gardner.

OA&DNIB HOMB FOB BLDBBLT PBOPLE, lU Peari St., Cknlii«r. (In-

oorporatMl 1896.)
Report for year endiBf lUreh 81, 1918.

Euclid L. Brooks, President; Edward P. Noyes, Secretary; Alec
E. Knowlton, Treasurer; 0. C. Lord, Superintendent.

Permanent home for elderly Protestant persons, natives of the
United States, and at least fifty-five years of age.

Number of paid oflBcerg or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 6.



Dr,
Cash on hand $201 84

Annuities and beqnesta to

income .... 500 00

Income from investments 4,109 09



14,810 48



Cr,

Salaries and wages

Printing, postage, and office
sopplies

Provisions and supplies

Water.

Heat, light, and power

Furnishings, incidental re-
pairs, and improvements

Insurance

Legal services

Taxes ....

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



1651 25

2 18

677 81

54 00

848 50

899 59
120 70

71 18
859 14

24 45



$8,208 25

1,840 00

262 18

94,810 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$10,000; value of investments, $78,763.50.



THE HINBT HITWOOD BOMORIAL HOSPITAL, Ore«n St., Gardner.
(Incorporated 1907.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

John B. Edgell, President; Miss Helen E. Heywood, Secretary
aud Treasurer; Miss Marietta B. Bamaby, Superintendent.

Hospital purposes. No restrictions as to age, sex, color, nation-
ality, or creed. Residents of Gardner have precedence, and they
only are admitted as free patients if deemed advisable.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 30.

Number aided during year, 624, viz., 587 paying, 14 partly pay-
ing, 23 free.



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



205



Dr.

Cash on band .
From beneficiaries
Snbaeriptions and donations
Income from investments .
Miscellaneous



Cr.



1920 52


Salaries and wages


116,758 77


16.529 22


ProTisions and supplies


14,671 29


13,000 00


Heat, ligbt, and power


4,494 86


12,858 28


Telepbone .


881 80


568 08


Surgeons .


900 00




Insurance .


682 62




Printing .


90 48




Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


1.187 42




f 89, 117 24




Casb on band .


8.258 86


$42,871 10


f42,871 10



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$100,000; value of investments, $209,098.74.



Georgetov^n.



(In-



CABLBTON HOMB, TBIT8TIB8 OF THE, North St., Oeorretown.

eorporated 1901.)

Beport for year ending April 80. 1918.

Edward A. Chaplin, President; Lawrence L. Chaplin, Secretanj;
Harry E. Perkins, Treasurer; Mary J. Terry, Matron.
To maintain a home for the aged poor of both sexes.
N'umber of paid oflRcers or employees, 2.
Xumber aided during year, 2.



Cash on hand


1150 47


Salaries and wages


$313 40


From beneitciariee


78 15


ProTisions and supplies


97 82


Subscriptions and donations


10 00


Taxes ....


51 05


Income from investments


1,454 82


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidenta


100 82








11 58






Insurance


68 66






Funeral expenses .


44 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


7 72




1694 50






Income iuTosted .


548 27






Cash on hand


450 17




91,692 94


11.692 94



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$3,400 ; value of investments, $32,900.

Gloucester.

ADDISON OILBIBT HOSPITAL, S98 Waihington St., Olouoester. (In-
corporated 18M.)
Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

Fred A. Barker, President; Fred A. Shackelford, Secretary;
Horace A. Smith, Treasurer; Miss Julia M. Leach, Superintendent,



Digitized by



Google



206



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



To furnish medical and surgical aid to inhabitants of Gloucester,
and in cases of emergency to others, according to the will of the
late Addison Gilbert.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 25.

Xumber aided during year, 336, viz., 231 paying, 37 partly pay-
ing, 68 free.



Dr.



Cr,



Cash on hand


1184 02


Salaries and wages .


$7,251 64


Care of patients, nurses'




ProTiiions and supplies


6,210 77


serrices ....


7,499 24


Heat, light, and power


2,768 20


Subscriptions and donations


445 64


Furnishings and ineidenU




Income from investments .


7,570 44


repairs .


2.142 19


Notes ....


5,600 00


Medical and surgical sup








pUes . . .


1,715 05






Insurance .


880 00






Interest on notes


275 00






Accrued interest on bonds
Total current expenses


248 82




$20,941 67






Cash on hand


207 67




$21,149 84


$21,149 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$72,000; value of investments, $153,235.64.



A880CIATID CHABITIX8 OF OLOUCBBTUt, 88 Middle St., Glouceitar.
(Ineorpoxated 1900.)

Report for year ending October 80, 1918.

Br. S. P. F. Cook, President; Fred A. Shackelford, Secretary;
Edward Dolliver, Treasurer.

To help others to help themselves.
Number of paid officers or employees, 1.
Employs a collector on commission occasionally.
Number of families aided during year, 120.



Dr.



Cr.



Cash on hand


,


$490 55


Salaries and wages


$484 29


Subecriptions and donations


291 22


Printing, postage, and office




Annnitiee and bequests


to




supplies ....


98 85


income




200 00


Telephone ....


88 70


Income from investments


.


56 81


Ohishokn fund


655 00


Tmstees Chisholm fund




755 92


Tuberculosis fund


191 24


Tuberculosis fund




182 06


Miscellaneous


16 35


Miscellaneous




25






'


Total current expenses


$1,478 98




-




Cash on hand


497 88




$1,976 81


$1,976 81



Value of investments, $1,250; value of investments held by
trustees for benefits of society, $5,000.



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



207



THE aiLBIRT HOME FOB AOXD AHD INDIGIHT FBB80M8, 1 Wettwrn
Ave., Oloucatter. (Incorporated 1889.)

Report for year ending Msy 81, 1918.

Allan Rogers, President; Daniel T. Babson, Secretary and Treas-
urer; Mary Williams, Matron.

Home for aged and indigent persons not under sixty years of age,
citizens or inhabitants of the city of Gloucester.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 8.



Dr,
Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Income from investmenU
Investments paid .


9218 54

824 75

8.678 69

1,224 54


Cr.
Salaries and wages
ProTisions and snpplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental
repairs ....

Total enrrent expenses
Income inyested .
ReinTestments
Cash on hand


91.886 00

1.242 44

424 88

406 59




98,959 86
888 40
992 86
155 90




95.441 52


95.441 52



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$9,030.53; value of investments, $82,005.04.



OLOUCBSTUt RMALI CHABITABLK ASSOCIATION, 88 Middle St.,
Oloucester. (Incorporated 1872.)

Report for year ending January 81, 1918.

Mrs. William H. Jordan, President; Mrs. Joseph 0. Proctor, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Edward P. Ring, Treasurer.
Bendering aid to worthy poor.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
Number of families aided, 123.



Dr,

Cash on hand . 91.218 47

Subscriptions and donations 6 75
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 2,089 62

Income from investments '. 707 89

Members' dues ... 15 00



$4,032 73



Cr.
Salaries and wages 9240 00

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 4 98

Provisions and supplies . 2,173 36
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 6 85



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



92,424 69
1,608 04

94,082 73



Value of investments, $21,210.20.



Digitized by



Google



208



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



OLOITCX8TX& nSHBRMAM'S 1M8T1TUTI, 8 Ihmc«n St., Oloucaster.
(Inoorpor&ted 1881.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles P. WoniBon, President; John J. Pew, Secretary; Orlando
Merchant, Treasurer.

For improving conditions of fishermen and seamen.

J^umber of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.

Xnmber aided during year, 3,000, viz., 1,000 partly paying, 2,000
free.



Dr.



Cr,



Cash on hand


11.019 14


Salaries and wages


82,269 95


Subscriptions and donationi


I 8,888 05


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments


1,485 00


supplies ....


221 76


Room receipts


1,570 88


Heat, light, and power


565 99


Rente ....


868 00


Furnishings and incidental




Moorland Dramatic Olnb


109 00


repairs ....


205 48


Turks Head Inn (basaar)


106 00


New front ....


865 78


Village Church, Magnolia


85 85


Miscellaneous


1,666 00


Concert


95 55






Total current expenses .


$5,794 91






Income invested .


575 00






Cash on hand


2.197 01




18,566 92


$8,566 92



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000; value of investments, $30,391.57.



OLOnClSTXB FISHIBBON'S AND SIAMXN'S WIDOWS' AHD ORPHANS'
AID SOCIETY, Oloucester. (Incorporated 1866.)

Report for year ending January, 1918.

Sylvanus Smith, President; John J. Pew, Secretary and Treas-
urer.

To help sick Gloucester fishermen, and the widows and children
of those lost at sea.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number of families aided, 87.



Dr,

Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments



$108 72

824 65

2,270 97



$8,199 84



Cr.
Salaries and wages $255 00

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 8 00

To beneficiaries . 2,941 34



$3,199 84



Value of investments, $67,694.62.



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



209



UUNTEI8S HOME, 110 Prospect St., OloucMter. (Inoorporated 1900.)

Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Harry C. Foster, President; John J. Somes, Secretary; Edward
DoUiver, Treasurer; Mrs. Lydia A. Marston, Matron.

Home for old ladies over sixty years of age, natives of Gloucester.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
Xnmber aided during year, 10.



Dr.

Subscriptions and donations

Income from investments

From trustees, Tufts charity

fund







Cr,




91,425


08


Salaries and wages


9716 00


1,629


72


ProTisions and supplies


912 25






Heat, light, and power


356 78


366


00


Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


179 01






New England Telephone and








Telegraph Company .


28 65






Milk


145 76






Water


50 00






Insurance ....


120 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


117 95




$2,625 40






Income invested .


795 40


93,420


so


98,420 80



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$13,000.



WOMKN'8 CLUBHOUSE ASSOCIATION OF MAONOUA, Shore Bd.
(Magnolia), Gloucester. (Ineorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending November 1, 1918.

George A. Upton, President; Eev. Walter A. Eaton, D.D., Secre-
tary; Ethel P. May, Treasurer; Mrs. Harry C. Foster, Matron.

To furnish a meeting place, entertainment facilities, and lodging
to women employed in Magnolia during the summer at the hotels
and summer residences.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 304, viz., 287 paying, 17 free.



Digitized by



Google



210



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY.



[P. D. 17.



Dr.



Cr.



Cash on hand


9278 66


Salaries and wages


$303 00


Sobtcriptions and donations


75 58


Printing, postage, and office




Room rents, rent of hall, and




supplies ....


21 56


piano ....


568 00


Provisions and supplies


13 43


Season membership dues


215 25


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


98 61






repairs ....


188 13






Laundry and water


75 57






Telephone and music .


62 28






Balance of note .


175 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


107 15




9994 73






Cash on hand


142 76




91,137 49


91,137 49



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,565.11.

TOUNG MIN'8 CHBI8TIAN ASSOCIATION OF OLOUCISTBB, 71 BCiddle

St.» Gloucester. (Incorporated 1888.)

Beport for year ending April 30, 1913.

Eeuben Brooks, President; Fred E. Gale, Cleric; Hon. Isaac
Patch, Treasurer; Milo P. Brown, General Secretary,
Development of Christian manhood in men and boys.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 7.
Number of members, 660.



Dr.




Cr.




Cash on hand .


f257 68


Salaries and wages


$4,269 10


Subscriptions and donations


5,665 16


Heat, light, and power


1,531 52


Prom departments


661 83


Furnishings and incidental




From memberships


1,082 80


repairs ....


870 22


From dormitory .


1,420 32


Bills of previous year


1,673 32


Halls ....


145 50


Departments


849 54


Miscellaneous


528 66


Miscellaneous

Total current e^enses .


877 68


Total current receipts


89.656 40


89,571 88


Public subscriptions to pay




Paid on mortgage


21,020 00


mortgage


21,020 00


Cash on hand .


85 02




830,676 40


830.676 40



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$80,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $1,500.

Great Barrington.

FAIBVIEW HOSPITAL, West Ave., Great Barrington. (Incorporated

191S.)

Report for year ending December 31, 1912.

Parley A. Bussell, President; Harry Douglas, Secretary; John
H. C. Church, Treasurer; Mary J. Flynn, Superintendent,
ITospital and training school.



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



211



Dr,
Cash on hand .
Income from inTeetments
Snbecriptions
Sale of hay



950,000 00

628 50

36 00

25 00



950,684 50



Cr.
Wages ....
Pnmishingi and incidental
repairs ....
Miscellaneons

Total cnrrent expenses .
Income invested .
Gash on hand



9187 75

225 85
500 00

9913 60

49,400 00

370 90

950,684 50



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$35,000; value of investments, $50,000.
Hospital not yet opened.

Greenfield.

FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL, comer of High and Sandenon
Sti., Oreenfleld. (Incorporated 1895.)

Beport for ten months ending December 81, 1912.

Levi J. Gunn, President; Miss Eliza B. Leonard, Secretary;
Prank J. Lawler, Treasurer; Anna M. Sweeney, Superintendent.

Care of sick and injured persons, and the training of young
women as nurses.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 29.

Number aided during year, 442, viz., 431 paying, 1 partly paying,
10 free.



Dr,



Cr,



Cash on hand


^1,520 00


Salaries and wages


14.333 47


From beneficiaries


10,785 27


Printing, postage, and office


>


Subscriptions and donations


430 89


supplies .


200 47


Annuities and bequests to




Provisions and supplies


4.056 65


income ....


5,847 50


Rent ....


134 57


Income from investments .


197 24


Heat, light, and power


1,782 76


Medical and surgical sup-




Furnishings and incidenta




plies ....


638 90


repairs .


638 81


Special nursing .


125 80


Medical and surgical sup




Miscellaneous


807 51


pUes
Telephone and transports


1.868 28






tion


197 91






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


588 40




913,250 76






Income invested .


5.000 00






Cash on hand


1,596 85




^19.847 61


$19,847 61



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$75,000.



Digitized by



Google



212



STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



Greenwich.

HILL8IDI SCHOOL, Oreenwioh. (Incorporated 1907.)

Beport for year ending June 25, 1918.

Franklin P. Shumway, President; Mary E. Warren, Secretary;
Charlotte V. Drinkwater, Treasurer.

A Christian and industrial school for homeless, orphan, or neg-
lected children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 12.

Number aided during year in institution, 52, viz., 36 partly
paying, 6 free; outside institution, 10.



Dr.
Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Snbtcriptions and donations



Cr.



9246 24


Salaries and wages .


$4,215 06


2.571 00


Printing, postage, and office




8,088 88


sopplies.


97 59




Provisions and supplies


4.220 96




Furnishings and incidental






repairs ....


1.844 87




Taxes ....


168 92




Note and interest


215 80




Bam

Total current expenses .


543 24




$10,805 94




Cash on hand .


49 68


f 10,855 57


$10,855 57



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,000.

Hanson.

B1A88ACHU8XTT8 BRANCH OF THI XNTXRNATIONAL OBDIB OF
THE KINO'S DAUOHTIBS AND SONS (OOBDON BBST), comer
Indian Head and Ifaquan St., Hanson. (Incorporated 1897.)

Beport for year ending October 81, 1918.

Mrs. M. Wheatie Farley, President; Miss Susan R. Brokenshire,
Treasurer.
Summer vacation home for working women and girls.
Number of paid oflBcers. or employees, 8.
Number aided during summer, 200 ; number of transients, 70.



Digitized by



Google



Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS.



213



Dr.



Cr.



Cash on hand


$680 28


Salaries and wages


$616 98


Prom beneficiaries


2,012 60


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


758 98


supplies ....


11 58


Income from inTestments


12 08


Provisions and supplies


1,517 69


Rebates on laundry, sup-




Heat, light, and power


86 00


plies, and shingling .


51 88


Fumishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


56 16


repairs ....


888 13






Laundry ....


117 68






Telephone ....


56 52






Express ....


71 57






Insurance and fire depart-








ment ....


85 19






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


66 84




$2,862 58






Income inrested (endowment








fund) ....


884 28






Cash on hand


819 57




$8,516 48


$8,516 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,500 ; value of investments, $334.28.



Haverhill.

ASSOCIATED CHARITIIS OF HAVZRHILL, 50 Merrimaok St., Hav«rhiU.
(Inoorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Dr. F. W. Anthony, President; George I. Davis, Secretary; Miss
Mary P. Merrill, Treasurer; Dr. Marion Curtis Littlefield, Execu-
tive Secretary,

For the purpose of securing the concurrent and harmonious action



Online LibraryMassachusetts. State Board of CharityAnnual report → online text (page 31 of 60)