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Annual Reports

of the Town Officers



Sharon, N. H.

for the year ending
January 31

1933



Hamilton Smith

Library,

University of

New Hampshire



TRANSCRIPT PRINTING COMPANY PETERBOROUGH, N. H.



Annual Reports

of the Town Officers



Sharon, N. H.

for the year ending
January 31

1933



TRANSCRIPT PRINTING COMPANY PETERBOROUGH, N. H.



Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries



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Town Officers for 1932-1933



Moderator, Rosilda S. Wilson.
Town Clerk, Lenna G. Wilson.
Town Treasurer, Ellen A. Wilson.
Selectmen:

Victor E. Hellgren, term expires 1933.

Lenna G. Wilson, term expires 1934.

Louis J. Borey, term expires 1935.
Collector of taxes, Harold A. Wilson.

Supervisors of Checklists: Harold A. Wilson, Ellen A. Wilson,
Edith Wilson.

Forest Fire Warden: Harold A. Wilson, appointed by the State.
Highway Agent: Harold A. Wilson.
Library Trustees:

Edith Wilson, term expires 1933.

Lester F. Ellsworth, term expires 1934.

Bessie G. Ellsworth, term expires 1935.
Trustees of Trust Funds:

Lenna G. Wilson, term expires 1933.

Harold A. Wilson, term expires 1934.

Ellen A. Wilson, term expires 1935.
Health Officer: Lenna G. Wilson, appointed by the State, term
expires 1934.



School Officers

Moderator, Harold A. Wilson.
School Board :

Rosilda S. Wilson, term expires 1933.

Selina K. Smith, term expires 1934.
Clerk, Rosilda S. Wilson.
Treasurer, Ellen A. Wilson.



Inventory of the Town of Sharon April 1, 1932

Land and buildings $177,790 00

Electric plants 50 00

Horses 2 50 00

Cows 8 315 00

Sheep 2 2 00

Wood 800 00



$179,007 00
Amount exempted to soldiers 1,000 00



$180,007 00



Amount of Taxes and Rates

Total town and school appropriations $4,908 77

Less Estimated Revenue and Credits:

Savings Bank tax $21 60

Motor vehicle permit fees 89 84
Appropriated from balance of January

31, 1932 250 00

Abatement State tax 16 16

Bounties 1931 10 80

State Aid maintenance 600 00

$988 40



$3,920 37
Plus overlay 36 07



$3,956 44
Less poll taxes, 27 at $2.00 54 00



Amount to be raised by property taxes $3,902 44



Total taxes committed to collector $3,956 44

Rate of taxation on $1,000.00, $21.80.



Appropriations for the Year of 1932

Town charges

Blister Rust — moth extermination

State Aid maintenance

State Aid construction

Town maintenance

Snow removal

State tax

County tax

School tax



$600


00


25


00


600


00


282


00


755


86


100


00


378


00


435


91


1,732


00



L,908 77



5
Assets and Liabilities January 31, 1933

Assets



In hands of town treasurer
Uncollected taxes, levy of 1932
Abatement of State tax — 1932
Bounties, due from State



$360


65


66


54


14


36


7


60



List of Town Property-
Brick Schoolhouse:

Lot and equipment
860 library books
2 cemeteries

Closet for books (kept by selectmen)
Building lot at West Sharon
Highway Department:

Equipment
Gravel bank on the Turnpike



Toicn Clerk's Report

Received:

Licenses of dogs $22 00

Licenses of female dogs 10 00

Breeder's license 20 00

Automobile permit fees for 1932 21 91

Automobile permit fees for 1933 35 55

Filing fees — two supervisors 2 00



Paid:




To Town Treasurer, Ellen A. Wilson:




Dog tax


$49 20


Automobile permit fees for 1932


21 91


Automobile permit fees for 1933


35 55


Filing fees


2 00


To Town Clerk, Lenna G. Wilson:




Fees for 14 dog licenses


2 80



$449 15



$111 46



$111 46

Lenna G. Wilson

Town Clerk



6

Tax Collector's Report

Taxes for collection for 1931:
Poll taxes $8 00

Property taxes 108 90

Collected $ 116 90

Interest collected $3 74

Taxes for collection for 1932:
Poll taxes $54 00

Property taxes 3,902 44



Collected $3,862 10

Abatement property tax, R. P. Bass 21 80
Abatement poll taxes:

William Davis, Ada Cummings and

Elizabeth Lajoie 6 00

Interest collected 14

Uncollected poll taxes (4) $8 00

Uncollected property taxes 58 54



5,956 44



$3,890 04



$66 54



Harold A. Wilson

Tax Collector



Treasurer's Report

Balance January 31, 1932 $412 71

Received:
Selectmen
Tax collector
Town clerk



Paid:
Selectmen's orders for 1932

Balance January 31, 1933



$4,327 64

3,982 88

108 66


$8,419 18




$8,831 89
$8,471 24


360 65


Ellen A.


$8,831 89

Wilson
Treasurer



7

SELECTMEN'S REPORT JANUARY 31, 1933

Summary of Receipts

Balance in treasury January 31, 1932 $412 71

Current revenue from local taxes:
Current year $3,862 10

Year of 1931 116 90

Interest collected:
Current year 14

Previous year 3 74



$10


80


882


49


1,150


29


1,263


33


20


73



From State of New Hampshire:
Bounties for 1931
Maintenance Class V highways
State Aid construction
Unemployment Relief construction
Savings Bank tax



Receipts from sources other than taxes:
First National Bank, of Peterborough,

N. H., temporary loans $1,000 00

Town clerk, Lenna G. Wilson:
Dog taxes

Automobile permit fees for 1932
Automobile permit fees for 1933
Filing fees



$3,982 88



5,327 64



49 20




21 91




35 55




2 00






$1,108 66





$8,831 89



Summary of Payments
(Unreal Maintenance Expense of General Government

Detail

1 Salaries and expenses of town officers $575 64

2 Blister Rust 225 00

3 Bounties 7 60

4 State Aid maintenance paid by State

5 Town maintenance 1,550 23

6 State Aid construction and Unemploy-

ment Relief construction 2,745 78

7 School District 1,521 00

$6,625 25



Interest Paid:
Temporary loans

Indebtedness:
Temporary loans
State taxes
County taxes



$32 08





$1,000 00
378 00
435 91


$1,813 91






iry 31, 1933




$8,471 24
360 65






$8,831 89



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS

Detail 1 Salaries and Expenses of Town Officers

Appropriation

Paid — Salaries:
Bessie G. Ellsworth, librarian
Ellen A. Wilson, supervisor
Harold A. Wilson, supervisor
Rosilda S. Wilson, moderator
Victor E. Hellgren, selectman
Lenna G. Wilson, selectman
Louis J. Borey, selectman
Lenna G. Wilson, town clerk
Ellen A. Wilson, treasurer
Harold A. Wilson, tax collector



Expenses:
Edson C. Eastman Co., supplies
Transcript Printing Co., reports
E. W. Jones & Co., officers' bonds
Lenna G. Wilson, selectman's expenses
Harold A. Wilson, transportation of ac

countant
Edith Wilson, library books
Harold Wilson, collector, taxes on Castle

land for 1931 and 1932
Lenna G. Wilson, Castle land mortgage

search
E. W. Jones & Co., insurance on library



Balance



$600 00



$9 00




27 00




27 00




12 00




43 50


,


87 50




25 00




45 00




45 00




99 58






$420 58




$12 29




33 00




30 00




62 93




2 00




4 50




tie

7 26




1 08




2 00






$155 06






$575 64




$24 36



Detail 2 Blister Rust






Town appropriation


$25 00




State Aid


6 25




Total available




$31 25


Crew wages




$33 87


Overdraft




$2 62


Area covered 472 acres






Average cost per acre $.066






Town paid State amount due for 1931




$200 00



Detail 3 Bounties

Victor E. Hellgren, 22 hedgehogs $4 40

Lenna G. Wilson, 12 hedgehogs 2 40

Harold A. Wilson, 4 hedgehogs 80



Detail 4 State Aid Maintenance



Apportionment by State

Expenditures:
H. A. Wilson
American Tar
C. H. Robinson, engineer
F. A. Stockley, pipe
C. H. Robinson



Detail 5 Maintenance Ton it Highways



$7 60







$7,000


00


$620


26






461


61






160


13






239


66






5,183


73










$6,665


39







Appropriations:
Highways and bridges
Snow removal

Other receipts:
State: road toll on motor fuel


$755 86
100 00

882 49


$1,738 35

$1,550 23
$188 12


Paid:
Harold A. Wilson, agent

Balance





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Detail 6 State Aid Construction



Appropriations:
Town
State

Balances, January 31, 1932
Town
State



Paid:
Harold A. Wilson, foreman
Harold A. Wilson, trucks
R. J. Smith and truck
V. E. Hellgren and truck
V. E. Hellgren and team
V. E. Hellgren, labor
James Cuddihee, labor
Louis Borey, labor
Eugene Garrett, labor
Otto Maki, labor
R. J. Smith, labor
David Whiting Sons', dynamite
F. W. Clark, material
John Downing, repairs
R. J. Smith, gravel
Annett Box Co., material
Goodnow Bros. Co., material
Goodnow and Derby, material
F. A. Stockley, pipe



Balances January 31, 1933:

Town

State



$282 00




1,000 00




61 00




197 39






$1,540 39




$180 29




580 00




86 11




48 89




4 28




16 00




135 80




117 80




126 20




117 60




1 60




24 65




4 75




3 05




25 50




3 68




6 00




25




27 36






$1,509 81


$10 84


19 74


«Qn ^8



UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF CONSTRUCTION

Apportionment — borrowed from State $1,282 00

Paid:

H. A. Wilson, foreman $92 78

H. A. Wilson, trucks 586 10

L. Borey, labor 101 40

Eugene Garrett, labor 85 00

James Cuddihee, labor 113 60



11



H. Woods, labor

R. J. Smith, labor

Otto Maki, labor

Chester Martell, labor

W. Maki and truck

F. A. Stockley, pipe

Eaves Hardware Co., material

Goodnow and Derby, material

J. Cushing Co., material

D. Whiting Sons, dynamite

J. Downing, repairs

R. J. Smith, gravel



Town's note cancelled by State January 31, 1933.



102


80


1


60


69


20


35


20


20


00


16


20


2


30


1


50


6


20


15


00


4


25


26


40



$1,279 53



Detail 7 School District

Appropriations

Paid:
Ellen A. Wilson, treasurer, December 26,

1931 $250 00

Ellen A. Wilson, treasurer 1,482 00

Ellen A. Wilson, treasurer, dog tax for

1931 39 00



$1,732 00



.,771 00



Victor E. Hellgren
Lenna G. Wilson
Louis J. Borey

Selectmen of Sharon



HIGHWAY


AGENT'S REPORT


Received from selectmen




$1,550 23


Paid:






H. A. Wilson, agent


$160


28


H. A. Wilson and truck


42


77


R. J. Smith, labor


47


20


L. Borey, labor


111


00


V. E. Hellgren, labor


81


80


J. Cuddihee, labor


178


00


R. J. Smith and truck


386


67


V. E. Hellgren and truck


254


45


Eugene Garrett, labor


12


80


H. Woods, labor


21


20


L. Borey and team


28


00


F. A. Stockley, pipe


18


80


Goodnow and Derby, material 1


79



12



J. Downing, material, etc.
Farnsworth Sons, material
James Perry, plank
D. Whiting Sons, dynamite
Otto Maki, labor
Stone hooks
Caps and fuse
Sharpening drills



14 60
35

2 08
14 50
10 40

3 00
2 40

60



$1,392 69



Snow Bills



Paid:
H. A. Wilson, agent
H. A. Wilson and truck
R. J. Smith, labor
V. E. Hellgren, labor
L. Borey, labor
R. J. Smith, and truck
H. F. Nichols & Son, material
J. Downing, repairs
Plow blades
40 gallons gas for tractor



$18


34


60


00


22


60


3


40


11


40


11


00


2


90


3


90


18


00


6


00



$157 54



$1,550 23



Harold A. Wilson

Highway Agent



List of Tools in Hands of Highway Agent January 31, 1933

1 Cleveland tractor and snow plow

1 road machine

1 two-horse grader

1 two-horse steel drag

1 snow plow for use on truck

Small tools



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE



Audited by
February 27, 1933



Harold R. Harvey, Clerk

State Tax Commission



13



TRUST FUNDS OF THE TOWN OF SHARON
ON JANUARY 31, 1933





Yrs. Int.


Exp.


Balance


John B. Shedd fund


$6 18


$7 20


$156 57


Bacon Cemetery fund


8 78


14 42


219 23


Wirling Gregg fund


4 54


None


117 32



Lenna G. Wilson
Harold A. Wilson
Ellen A. Wilson

Trustees of Trust Funds



ANNUAL REPORT OF DISTRICT TREASURER

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1932

Cash on hand June 30, 1931 $140 32

Received from selectmen, appropriations

for current year $1,760 00

Dog tax 39 00

$1,799 00



Total amount available for fiscal year $1,939 32

Less School Board orders paid 1,936 20



Balance on hand as of June 30, 1932 $3 12

Ellen A. Wilson

District Treasurer
July 11, 1932



Detailed Statement of Receipts

Sept. 30, 1931, selectmen, school tax
Nov. 11, 1931, selectmen, school tax
Dec. 3, 1931, selectmen, school tax
Dec. 26, 1931, selectmen, school tax
May 5, 1932, selectmen, school tax and
dog tax

Total receipts during year



$200


00


300


00


300


00


639


00


360


00


$1,799


(Ml



14
REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT



July 1, 1931 to June 30


, 1932








Receipts










Income from local taxation (raised by










selectmen)


$1,100


00






Salaries of district officers


75


00






Payment of per capita tax


14


00






Special appropriations


571


00


$1,760


00








From sources other than taxation:










Dog licenses (from selectmen)






39


00






$1,799


00


Cash on hand July 1, 1931






140


32






$1,939


32


Payments










Salaries of district officers


$57


00






Superintendent's excess salary


80


00






Transportation of pupils


1,281


20






Elementary school tuition


504


00






Tax for state-wide supervision


14


00


$1,936


20








Cash on hand June 30, 1932






3


12






$1,939


32


Excess of assets over liabilities, June 30,










1932






$3


12



Rosilda S. Wilson
Selina K. Smith

School Board

Lewis S. Record, Superintendent

July 8, 1932



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