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,^ STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

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Officers of the Town of 

STEWARTSTOWN 



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FOR THE YEi4R ENDING FEBRUARY 1 

1938 

Printed by THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING CXDMPANY, Colebrook. N. H. 




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ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

OFFICERS 

FOR THE TOWN OF 

Stewartstown, N. H. 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

February 1, 1938 



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Officers 



Moderator 

WILMAN F. ALLEN 

Town Clerk 

BEATRICE I. ALLEN 

Selectmen 

DAN BUNNELL BENJAMIN GOULD 

ALMON BRYAN 

Treasurer 

WILMAN F. ALLEN 

Auditors 

JOHN R. PARKER JOSEPH GAMACHE 

DURWOOD OWEN 

Supervisors 

IRVING G. YOUNG DARWIN BROOKS 

RAY PLACY 

Overseer of Poor 
CLAUDE J. BAKER 

Road Agents 
WALTER HAYNES CHESTER D. NO YES 

LYLE Mj^ALLASTER MAX CARNEY FAY PLACY 

Board of Health 
SELECTMEN DR. J. M. BLODGETT 

Collector of Taxes 
GEORGE M. WEEKS 

Constables 

REGINALD PEASE WILLIE REYNOLDS 

CECIL DAVIS 

Trustee of Trust Fund 
J. C. KENNETH POORE 

Collector of Diamond Pond Rent 

E. FAY FLANDERS 

Sextons 

FREEMAN BUNNELL WILLIAM HEATH 

J. C. KENNETH POORE FRED NOYES 



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Warrant 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Stewartstown, 
in the County of Coos in said State, qualified to vote in 
Town Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House 
in said Town of Stewartstown on Tuesday the eighth 
day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to 
act upon the following subjects: 

1. To choose by ballot and major vote the following 

Town officers: 

(a) Town Clerk. 

(b) Selectmen for the three years ensuing. 

(c) Town Treasurer. 

(d) Five Road Agents. 

(e) One or more Constables. 

(f ) One for more Sextons. 

(g) Collector of Diamond Pond Rent, 
(h) Overseer of Poor. 

(i) Trustee of Trust Fund. 

(j) One Library Trustee for 3 years ensuing. 

2. To choose by ballot and major vote all other neces- 

sary Officers. 

3. To see if the Town will vote to accept the Budget 

as submitted by the Selectmen. If not to see 
what sum of money the Town will vote to raise 
to defray Town charges for the ensuing year, 
as follows: 

(a) Town Officers' Salaries. 

(b) Town Officers' Expenses. 

(c) Election and Registration. 



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(d) Town Hall Expenses. 

(e) Damages and Legal Expenses 

(f ) Health Department 

(g) Vital Statistics 

(h) Interest on Temporary Loans, 
(i) Interest on Long Term Bond, 
(j) County Tax 
(k) State Tax. 

4. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary 

for support of the Poor. 

5. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary 

for the support of Libraries. 

6. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary 

for the care of Cemeteries. 

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise seven hundred 

thirty-five ($735.00) dollars, for street lighting. 

8. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to 

raise for the following departments: 

(a) Police Dept., including care of tramps. 

(b) Fire Department. 

(c) Sewer Department. 

9. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to 
raise for Winter roads. 

10. To see what sum of money, if any, the Town will 

vote to raise in addition to that required by law 
for Town Road maintenance. 

11. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to 

raise to pay on Bond. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to Accept State Aid. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Se- 

lectmen to incur debts for temporary loans in 
anticipation of Taxes of the Municipal year and 
to pay debts out of the Tax money when it is 
received. 




14. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 

Selectmen to administer or dispose of any real 
estate acquired by the Town through a Tax 
Collector's Deed. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 

priate the sum of fifty-five dollars and thirty- 
three cents ($55.33) for the celebration of the 
anniversary of the ratification of the federal 
constitution by the state, June 21, 1938, said 
sum to be expended under the direction of the 
Selectmen. 

16. To transact any other business that may be legal- 

ly brought before this meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 21st day of 
February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred 
and thirty-eight. 



DAN BUNNELL,, 

BENJAMIN F. GOULD, 

ALMON BRYAN, 

Selectmen of Stewartstown. 
A true copy of Warrant — ^Attest: 



DAN BUNNELL,, 

BENJAMIN F. GOULD, 

ALMON BRYAN, 

Selectmen of Stewartstown. 



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Budget 



PURPOSE OF EXPENDITURES: (See Foot Notes) 

1937 1938 



Town Officers' salaries 

Town officers' expenses 

Election and registration 

Municipal Court 

Town Hall expense 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Health Department 

Vital Statistics 

Town Road Maintenance: 

Summer road, Bridges 

Winter road 

State Aid Construction : 

Town Share T. R. A. 

Street Lighting 

Gen. Exp. highway dept. 

Sewer maintenance 

Lands and Buildings 

Insurance and repairs 

Damages, legal expense 

Dog expense 

Bounties 

Abatements 

Taxes bought by town 

Tax sale expense 

Diamond Pond Rent 

Old Age Assistance 

Town Poor 

Libraries 

Soldiers' Aid 

Margaret Hawes' Acct. 

Auto Permit expense 

Cemeteries 

Interest on Long Term Notes 



(a) 


(b) 


(c) 


800.00 


746.00 


800.00 


500.00 


628.07 


600.00 


50.00 


58.00 


175.00 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


30.00 


78.00 


80.00 


50.00 


27.70 


50.00 


200.00 


409.50 


250.00 


60.00 


134.70 


80.00 


60.00 


48.75 


50.00 


2500.00 


2561.35 


2500.00 


2000.00 


1806.14 


2500.00 


551.14 


559.14 


574.89 


735.00 


735.00 


735.00 


500.00 


330.02 


400.00 


100.00 


47.09 


75.00 


100.00 






300.00 


524.30 

61.50 

10.80 

5728.96 

1268.14 

136.87 


300.00 




25.24 


26.00 


700.00 


688.89 


700.00 


2000.00 


1393.19 


500.00 


70.00 


70.00 


70.00 


50.00 


43.22 






50.61 


50.61 


100.00 
otes 


78.79 
776.50 


100.00 



Interest on Temporary Notes 
Equipment expense 100.00 

Tax refund to Public Service 

Co. of N. H. 
Pay'ts. on Long Term Notes 
Payments on Bond 
Temporary Loans 
Savings Bank deposit 
Pay't. to Fire Precinct 
Pay't. to School 11422.20 

Interest on Bonded Debt 
State Tax 2368.00 

County Tax 6616.24 



632.98 


400.00 


926.74 


1000.00 


20462.40 




52593.05 






4000.00 


12500.00 


1000.00 


9320.00 




1599.74 


1050.00 


11631.92 


11391.48 


1400.00 


2800.00 


2368.00 


1776.00 


6616.24 


6616.24 



$32062.58 139187.54 40750.22 

(a) Amount raised March meeting, 1937. 

(b) Amount expended for the year ending January 

31, 1938. 

(c) Amount estimated for the year ending January 

31, 1939. 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND 

TAXES ASSESSED 



Town officers' salaries 

Town officers' expenses 

Election and registration 

Municipal Court 

Town Hall 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Health Department 

Vital Statistics 

Town Road Aid 

Town Road Maintenance 

Winter Road Maintenance 

Street Lighting 

General expense Highway Dept. 

Sewer Maintenance 

Lands and Buildings 

Equipment Expense 



$ 



800.00 

500.00 

50.00 

100.00 

30.00 

50.00 

200.00 

60.00 

60.00 

551.14 

2500.00 

2000.00 

735.00 

500.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 



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Libraries 


70.00 


Old Age Assistance 


700.00 


Town Poor 


2000.00 


Aid to Soldiers and Families 


50.00 


Cemeteries 


100.00 


Damages and Legal Expense 


300.00 


State Tax 


2368.00 


County Tax 


6616.24 


School Tax 


11422.20 



Total Town and School Appropriations 
Less Estimated Revenues and Credits: 



$32062.58 



Interest and Dividend Tax 


$ 279.80 


Relief Reimbursement 


500.00 


Railroad Tax 


106.36 


Savings Bank Tax 


535.11 


Motor Vehicle Permit Taxes 


685.95 


Diamond Pond Rent 


350.00 


Fines and Forfeits 


100.00 


Rental of Equipment 


300.00 


Tax Sales Redemption 


1500.00 


Interest received from Taxes 


300.00 



Plus Overlay 

Net amount to be raised by Taxation 

Less: 

Poll Taxes 934.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 152.57 



Amt. to be raised by Property Taxes on 
which Town Rate is figured 

Taxes to be Committed to Collector: 

Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 



4657.22 

$27,405.36 
670.11 

$28075.47 



$1086.57 



$26988.90 



$26959.55 
934.00 



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National Bank Stock Taxes 152.57 

Precinct Tax 1025.61 



Total Taxes Committed to Collector $29071.73 

Town Rate: $3.65 
Precinct : .65 
Average Rate: 3.79 



INVENTORY OF TOWN OF STEWARTSTOWN 


Land and Buildings 




$553460.00 


134 Horses 




13015.00 


834 Cows 




38570.00 


59 Other Neat Stock 




1730.00 


126 Sheep 




642.00 


42 Hogs 




540.00 


400 Fowls 




300.00 


12 Boats and Launches 




240.00 


Gasoline Tanks and Pumps 




1370.00 


Stock in, Trade 




14900.00 


Aqueducts 




4600.00 




$739367.00 


468 Polls 


$934.00 




National Bank Stock Tax 


152.57 





Amount of Taxes committed to Collector, 

including Poll Taxes and National 

Bank Stock $29071.73 

Average rate per cent of taxation for all purposes 3.59 
Amount exempted to Soldiers $ 8750.00 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of APPROPRIATION 
,; ANi) EXPENDITURES 

Fiscal Year 'Ending January 31, 1938 

Appropriation Expend. 

Town Officers' Salaries $ 800.00 746.00 



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Tonw Officers' Expenses 


500.00 


628.07 


Election and Registration 


50.00 


58.00 


Municipal Court 


100.00 


100.00 


Town Hall 


30.00 


56.00 


Police Department 


50.00 


27.70 


Fire Department 


200.00 


409.50 


Health Department 


60.00 


134.70 


Vital Statistics 


60.00 


48.75 


Town Road Aid T. R. A. 


551.14 


559.14 


Town Road Maintenance 


2500.00 


2561.35 


Winter Road Maintenace 


2000.00 


1806.14 


Street Lighting 


735.00 


735.00 


General Expense Highway Dept. 


500.00 


330.02 


Sewer Maintenance 


100.00 


47.09 


Lands and Buildings 


100.00 


47.24 


Equipment Expense 


100.00 


926.74 


Libraries 


70.00 


70.00 


Old Age Assistance 


700.00 


688.89 


Town Poor 


2000.00 


1393.19 


Aid to Soldiers and Families 


50.00 




Cemeteries 


100.00 


78.79 


Damages and Legal Expense 


300.00 


524.30 


Dog Expense 




61.50 


Bounties 




10.80 


Abatements 




5728.96 


Taxes bought by Town 




1268.14 


Diamond Pond Rent 




25.24 


Tax Sale Expense 




136.87 


Margaret Hawes 




53.22 


Auto Permit Expense 




50.61 


Interest on Long Term Notes 




776.50 


Interest on Temporary Notes 




632.98 


Interest on Bonded Debt 




1400.00 


Tax Refund to Public Service Co, 


, of N. H. 


20462.40. 


Payment of Long Term Notes 




52593.05 


Temporary Loans 




12500.00 


Savings Bank Deposit 




9320.00 


Payments to Precinct 




1599.74 


School Tax 


/fizzle 


11631.92 


State Tax 


Ji3(ff,»* 


2368.00 


County Tax 


^6y6.i«^ 


6616.24 


$ 


132062.58 


139187.54 



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FINANCIAL STANDING 



ASSETS 

Cash in hands of Treasurer 

Account due from State: 

Bountiv^s 

Taxes bought by Town 

Uncollected Taxes: 

(a) Levy 1937 5205.15 

(b) Levy 1936 38.10 

(c) Levy 1935 8.00 



$4281.21 

10.80 
5320.30 



5251.25 



Total Assets 14863.56 

Excess of Liabilities over assets 

(Net debt) 79953.05 



Grand Total 



94816.61 



LIABILITIES 



D]ie to Precinct 

Due to School District: 

(a) Dog Licenses 124.00 

(b) Balance of 
Appropriation 5667.00 



$ 1025.61 



Bonds 
Temporary Loans 



5791.00 

80000.00 

8000.00 



Total Liabilities 

Net Debt January 31, 1937— $56296.89 

Net Debt January 31, 1938— $79953.05 



Increase of Debt 



$94816.61 



$23656.16 



LIST OF ALL BONDS OWED BY THE TOWN 

First National Bank of Boston $80000,00 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Town Hall, lands and buildings. Furniture 

and Equipment $ 2500.00 

Highway Dept., Lands and Bildgs. (tool shed) 400.00 

Equipment 4000.00 

Lands and Buildings acquired through a 

Tax Colletcor's Deed 300.00 

Hotel Lot and Barn 700.00 



$7600.00 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

Levy of 1937 

Dr. 

Resident Tax committed to Collector 
Non-Resident Tax committed to Collector 
Bank Stock Tax 
Interest Collected 

Uncollected Taxes February 1, 1937, 

Levy of 1936 $11191.92 

Interest collected 227.32 
Uncollected Taxes, Feb. 1, 1937, 

Levy of 1935 67.60 

Interest collected .85 
Uncollected Taxes, Feb. 1, 1937, 

Levy of 1934 11.00 
Poll Taxes collected not listed in 

warrant 16.00 



$18361.10 

10558.06 

152.67 

32.34 

$29104.17 



11514.69 



$40618.86 



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Cr. 

Paid Town Treasurer $29657.14 

Abatements allowed Levy of 1937 $ 154.91 
Abatements allowed Levy of 1936 5540.52 
Abatements allowed Levy of 1935 15.05 



$ 5710.48 



Uncollected Taxes as per list, abatements 
to be allowed 5251.25 



$40618.86 



LEVY OF 1935 
UNCOLLECTED TAXES, FEBRUARY 1, 1938 



Mrs. Harley Bunnell 




$ 2.00 


George Parrish, Sr. 




2.00 


Lena Burns 




2.00 


Ella Ladd 




2.00 






$ 8.00 


LEVY OF 1936 




UNCOLLECTED TAXES, 


FEBRUARY 1, 


1938 


Mrs. Harley Bunnell 




$ 2.00 


Cora Danf orth 




2.00 


Mrs. Herbert Fellows 




2.00 


Joseph Goodreau 




2.00 


Mrs. Joseph Goodreau 




2.00 


Evelyn Gould 




2.00 


Arthur Lanctot 




2.00 


Mrs. Arthur Lanctot 




2.00 


Mrs. George Parrish 




2.00 


William Wheeler 




4.10 


Lilla Young 




2.00 


John Mehan 




2.00 



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Lena Burns 2.00 

Arlene Kelsea 2.00 

Alfred Leroux 2.00 

Mrs. Alfred Leroux 2.00 

Iva Rich 2.00 

Myrtle Mills 2.00 



$ 38.10 



LEVY OF 1937 
UNCOLLECTED TAXES, FEBRUARY 1, 1938 

Mary Allen . - ^ ^^^ 

Eddie Aldrich 2.00 

Amede Biron 252.03 

Mrs. Amede Biron 2.00 

Jennie Blakely 21.90 

Josie Banfill 16.37 

Hector Benoit 118.44 

Mrs. Hector Benoit 2.00 

Joseph Bunnell 2.00 

Freeman Bunnell 42.71 

Harley Bunnell 10.76 

Mrs. Harley Bunnell 2.00 

Darwin Brooks 26.05 

Harold Brooks 125.70 
Ira Bumford . 110.56 

Eddie Beauchemin 51.28 

Helen Beauchemin 2.00 

Zephire Beloin 2.00 

Richard Bissonnette 99.82 

Leo Bissonnette 2.00 

Thomas Beloin 43.80 

William Brown 2.00 

Will Beecher 2.00 

Carl Chase 152.38 

John Caron 31.76 

Arthur Covell 14.60 

Arthur Condon 3.65 

Max Carney 61.58 

A. B. Danforth Estate 9.13 



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Cora Danforth 2.00 

Roy Farnham 1.25 

Mrs. Herbert Fellows 2.00 

Walter Flanders 204.58 

Alice Flanders 2.00 

Nelson Fortin 98.43 

Charles Foster 2.00 

Walter Foster 2.00 

Mrs. Charles Foster 2.00 

Norman Gould 2.00 

Joseph Goodreau 2.00 

Mrs. Joseph Goodreau 2.00 

Horace Goodrum 2.00 

Perley Grover 2.00 

Mrr. Frank Holden 2.00 

Linwood Harriman 34.49 

Mrs. Linwood Harriman 2.00 

Fi^-ink Hook 2.00 

William Hook 2.00 

Edith Hook 2.00 

Lorin Hook 2.00 

Offie Hook 2.00 

Walter Haynes 149.10 

Mrs. Walter Haynes 2.00 

Mary Hunt 2.00 

Wilbur Hunt 2.00 

Ellis Hibbard 6.30 

Carrie Hibbard 2.00 

Frank Harriman 2.00 

Herbert Joyce 40.15 

Birdie Knights 131.58 

Nelson Ladd Estate 30.85 

Ernest LaPoint 105.85 

Edith LaPoint 36.50 

Frank Lefebvre 58.40 

Kenneth Lynch 46.36 

Arthur Lancelot 2.00 

Mrs. Arthur Lancelot 2.00 

Joseph Lakin 33.76 

Mrs. Joseph Lakin 2.00 

Mrs. Melissa Lunderville 2.00 

Bemie Leach 2.00 

Wesley Mills 31.20 

Myrtle Mills 2.00 

Sam Marsh 2.00 



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Mable Marsh 2.00 

Lyle McAllister 23.90 

Addie McAllister 2.00 

E. W. McAllister 21.17 

Clarence Newman 2.00 

William Owen 5.48 

Dencie Owen 2.00 
Holman Owen " 2.00 

William Parrish 55.85 

Earl Parker 2.00 

Joseph Poupart 2.00 

Mrs. Joseph Poupart 2.00 

Wilfred Paresseau 54.56 

Amanda Paresseau 2.00 

Germaine Paresseau 2.00 

Rex Parrish 232.87 

Mina Parrish 2.00 

Hazen Perrington ^^'nn 

Persis Perrington 2.00 

Ed Parker 2.00 

Ida Parker 2.00 

Mrs. Treffle Poulin 2.00 

Edward Plant 2.00 

George Parrish 2.00 

Mrs. George Parrish 2.00 

Perley Philips 2.00 

Eva Reynolds \^\ 

Mable Ripley J-J^ 

Flecther Russell lo.bU 

Raymond Rich °-^^ 

Iva Rich 2.00 

Leon Rich 2.00 

Peter Sweeney %'lrl 

Ed Sweeney ^-"^ 

Mrs. Tom Sweeney ^-"^ 

Tom Sweeney g-^^ 

Dan Swain ^-^^ 

Oliva Therrien jf^ 

Mrs. Oliva Therrien ^-"^ 

Alphonse Tebarge ^-^JJ 

Mrs. Alphonse Tebarge ^-^JJ 

Leonard Wheeler 89.bO 

Jennie Woodrow ^-J^^ 

M. W. Woodard ^^ 

Mrs. M. W. Woodard 2.0U 



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William Wheeler 6.75 

Clara Wheeler 2.00 

Norman Young 3.10 

I. M. Young 12.95 

Lilla Young 2.00 

Donald Young 7.48 

Mrs. Donald Young 2.00 

Haven Young 2.00 

Mary Young 71.72 

Young & Fuller 21.90 

Fred Blodgett 27.85 

Jessie Brown 66.50 

Charles Banfill Estate 30.10 

Etta Banfill 2.00 

Benjamin Burns 32.10 

Lena Burns 2.00 

Grace Cook 62.10 

Harvey Chaloux 2.00 

Mrs. Harvey Chaloux 2.00 

L. B. Cook 19.36 

Earl Dingman 2.00 

Mrs. Earl Dingman 2.00 

John Day 2.00 

Susan Day 45.22 

William Donahue 2.00 

Golden Dingman 2.00 

Mrs. Golden Dingman 2.00 

Keen Frick 2.00 

Mrs. Keen Frick 2.00 

Henry Guay 8.60 

Jennie Goodell 51.60 

Lee Gray 2.00 

Mildred Gray 2.00 

Bert Hawse 6.30 

Mable Hawes 2.00 

Arlene Kelsea 2.00 

Alfred Leroux 2.00 

Mina Leroux 2.00 

Paul Leroux 2.00 

Ella L'add 2.00 

L. P. Merrill 124.70 

Lynford Newell 2.00 

Mrs. Lynford Newell 2.00 

Neal Perry 17.48 

Mable Ripley 60.20 



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Douglas Ripley 2.00 

Mrs. Douglas Ripley 2.00 

Earl Shattuck 51.60 

Grace Schoff 54.50 

Brackett & Baldwin Soiso 

William Barbour 9' 13 

Baldwin & Leavitt 14.60 

Hazen Blakely 20.70 

A. W. Brooks Estate 18!25 

Blais & Finley 54.75 

Beecher Falls Company 335.80 

Joseph Bissonette Estate 54.75 

Stewart Batchelder 80.30 

A. J. Cross Estate 21.90 

Ed Fergeson 16.43 

Chester Gray 9. 13 

Fred Gould & Son 47.45 

E. M. Hammond 9.13 

Alice Hawes 3.65 

Joseph Hamel 7.30 

W. W. Knights Estate 13.14 

Frank Keysar 91.25 

Carmi Keysar 94.90 

R. E. & H. N. Marsh 131.40 

Chauncy Merrill 14.60 

Noyes & Hughes 12.78 

Albie Owen 10.95 

Fred Rowan 21.90 

Mattie Russell 21.90 

Riverside Water Company 58.40 

L. Rossman 10.95 

William Smith Estate 21.90 

Annie VanDyke 91.25 

Glen Wilson 7.30 

Meryl Young 12.66 



$5205.15 



I hereby certify that the above list showing the 
name and amount due from each delinquent taxpayer, 
as of February 1, 1938, on account of the tax levy of 
1937, 1936 and 1935, is correct to the best of my know- 
ledge and belief. 

GEORGE M. WEEKS, Tax Collector. 



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PROPERTY SOLD FOR TAXES SEPTEMBER 28 



1937 
Levy of 1936 



Hector Benoit, Farmstead Sett's Lot. No. 8 $ 128.82 
Freeman Bunnell, 47 acres, part of Sett's Lot 

No. 3 37.70 

Harley Bunnell, house at Dan Bunnell's 8.80 
Stewart Batchelder, Addie Danforth place, 

Amede Biron place 103.36 

Carl Chase, 310 acres 12 & 13 in the 12 & 13 137.10 

Arthur Covell, part of A. Covell farm 13.60 
A. B. Danforth Estate, part of Elmer Smith 

place 8.50 

Ernest LePoint, John Terrill property 103.70 
William Lynch, 168 acres 11-12-13 in 1 and 2 

Farmstead 83.60 
Wesley Mills, one-half interest in House and 

Land 29.20 

Wilfred Paresseau, Homestead at Riverside 32.96 

Fletcher Russell, House and Land 15.60 

Peter Sweeney, House at Riverside 27.20 

Jennie Goodill, James Alden property 48.00 

Earl Shattuck, House and Barn 48.00 
Blais & Finley, 175 acres Johnson & Locke Lot 

on Fort Hill 51.00 

Ed Furgerson, 40 acres 9 in the 12 15.30 

Chester Gray, Camp at Diamond Pond 8.50 

Alice Hawes, House Lot at Riverside 3.40 

Joseph Hamel, House lot at Riverside 6.80 
Joseph Keazer Estate, 218 acres 9 in the 3, 

8 in the 8, 16 in the 12 57.80 
Frank Keazer, 100 acres 5 in the 1, 100 

acres 1 in the 2 85.00 

Carmi Keazer, 200 acres 4 and 5 in the 5 88.40 

Fred Rowan, 100 acres 4 in the 1 and 2 20.40 

Mattie Russell, Tenement at Riverside 20.40 
Annie VanDyke, 125 acres 1-4 Lot 2 Range 1 ; 

1-4 Lot 1 Range 3 ; 1-4 Lot 1 Range ; 1-4 

Lot 1 Rang© 5 ; 1-4 Lot 2 Range 5 85.00 



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The above property all purchased by the Town of 
Stewartstown. 

Eddie Aldrich, 60 acres Banfill Place; 

50 acres 15 in the 12 50.96 
Interest 4.20 

Purchased by John H. Brackett 

Medric Fortin, House at Riverside 40.80 
Interest 3.40 

Purchased by Eddie Riendeau 

L. B. Cook, 1-4 interest in Cook Homestead 18.00 
Interest 1.48 

Purchased by Colebrook Guar. Savings Bank. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE M. WEEKS, Collector. 



Treasurer's Report 



Receipts of the Town of Stewarstown from all 
Resources for the Year Ending January 31, 1938. 

1937 

February 

1 , Wilman F. Allen, Treas., bank balance $ 1876.55 

Adrian Lachance, Margaret Hawes Acct. 10.00 

17 E. W. McAllister, collector of dog taxes 94.00 

24 Myron Crawford, recording deed 1.28 

March 

9 Ardian Lachance, Margaret Hawes acct. 12.50 

Durwood Owen, over pay't. acct., auditor 2.00 

11 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 471.29 
Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 8.88 

12 Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, auto permits 48.45 
15 Merrill Weeks, acct. Ethel Wheeler, 

tax redemption 12.00 

20 Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, auto permits 108.62 
State of N. H., relief reimbursement 

for February 103.50 

22 Colebrook Nat. Bank, temporary loan 5000.00 

30 Colebrook Nat. Bank, temporary loan 2000.00 

April 

3 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 168.90 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 4.69 

6 Geo. W. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 243.60 

Geo. W. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 7.92 

T. H. VanDyke Est., Inc., acct. E. A. 

Deragon, tax redemption 627.67 
T. H. VanDyke Est., Inc., acct. E. A. 

Deragon, interest on taxes 99.46 
T. H. VanDyke Est., Inc., acct. E. A. 

Deragon legal expense 21.35 
14 State of N. H., relief reimbursement 

for March 54.92 

Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, auto permits 160.15 
State of New Hampshire, bounties for 

1935 and 1936 69.20 

G. W. Barbour, for Richards shop 15.00 

See page 77 



22 

August 

1 Ethel Wheeler, tax redemption 50.69 

12 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 265.80 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 15.13 

September 

4 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 510.59 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 33.51 

8 Lenwood Bressette,, rental of grader 102.50 

Almon Bryon, rental of grader 18.00 

S. E. Watts, acct. Neil Perry, tax 

redemption 378.65 

S. E. Watts, acct. Neil Perry, int. on taxes 106.82 
S. E. Watts, acct. Neil Perry, legal expense 

acct., tax sales 17.17 

17 Max Carney, rental of grader 60.75 

Adrian Lachance, acct. Margaret Hawes 5.00 
30 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 2432.09 
Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 87.37 

Hector Benoit, tax redemption 126.25 

Hector Benoit, legal expense acct. tax sale 3.00 

Hector Benoit, interest on taxes 17.98 
Eddie Reindeau, acct. Medric Fortin, 

tax redemption 96.83 
Eddie Reindeau, acct. Medric Fortin, 

legal expense • 9.50 
Eddie Reindeau, acct. Medric Fortin, 

interest of taxes 20.00 
John Brackett, acct. Eddie Aldrich, 

tax redemtpion 52.40 
John Brackett, acct. Eddie Aldrich, 

legal expense 3.00 
John Brackett, acct, Eddie Aldrich, 

interest on taxes ■ ■■ ' 7.46 

Freeman Bunnell, on acct. 1936 tax 20.00 

Wilfred Pariseau, on acct. 1936 tax 22.96 

Guy Placy, acct. Frank Keazer. 1936 tax , 17.00 

Guy Placy, acct. Frank Keazer, int. on tax 1.00 

Chester Gray, on acct. 1936 tax / 8.50 

Chester Gray, legal expense acct. tax sale 1.75 

Lyle McAllaster, rental of grader , 21.33 

State of New Hampshire, rental of grader 70.00 
■ White Mt. Nat. Bank, ta^T'edemp'tiori'' ' 

acct. L. D. Fogg - 83.56 



October 

11 School Dist. of Clarksville, rental of grader 96.25 

12 Geo. M. Weeks, on acct. Annie VanDyke, 

1936 taxes 85.00 
12 Geo. M. Weeks, on acct. Annie VanDyke, 

legal expense 4.75 
12 Geo. M. Weeks, on acct. Annie VanDyke, 

interest on taxes 7.17 
Geo. M. Weeks, acct. William Lynch, 

tax redemption 83.60 
Geo. M. Weeks, acct. William Lynch, 

legal expense 3.25 
Geo. M. Weeks, acct. William Lynch, 

interest on taxes 7.15 
22 State of N. H., relief reimbursement for 

September 16.79 

November 

1 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 270.84 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 21.78 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1937 list 2066.13 

6 Carl Chase, acct. 1936 tax 137.10 

Carl Chase, legal expense acct. tax sale 3.93 

Carl Chase, interest on taxes 12.68 

State of N. H., rental of grader 30.00 

15 Beatrice I. Allen, auto permits 118.93 

State of N. H., relief reimbursement for 

October 12.78 

Fay Placy, rental of grader 117.19 
20 Eddie Beauchemin, acct. 1932 tax redemption 55.00 
G-o L. Wood. A dm- C. D. VanDvke Est., 

Nelson Fortin. 1931 tax 112.81 
Geo. L. Wood, Adm., C. D. VanDyke Est., 

Nelson Fortin, legal expense 3.25 
Geo. L. Wood, Adm., C. D. VanDyke Est., 

Nelson Fortin, interest on tax 43.94 

29 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1937 list 5000.00 

Adrian Lachance, acct, Margaret Hawes 10.00 

Lyle McAllaster, rental of grader 21.38 

December 

6 Farmers Guar. Savings Bank, withdrawal 2743.05 
Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1937 list 11330.66 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 15.60 



24 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1935 list 20.55 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. on taxes .85 

11 State of N. H., relief reimbursement 

for November 18.30 

State of N. H., rental of grader 47.50 

State of New Hampshire, railroad tax 100.28 

15 State of N. H., Savings Bank tax 554.58 

20 Walter Flanders, tax redemption acct. 

0. B. Young, 1932 tax 20.00 

24 State of N. H., int. and dividend tax 281.73 

January 

1 Nelson Owen, on acct. snow plow 48.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, acct. A. W. Brooks, 

tax redemption 15.50 

Geo. M. Weeks, acct. A. W. Brooks, 

legal expense 4.61 

Geo. M. Weeks, acct. A. W. Brooks, 

interest on tax 4.27 

3 Geo. M. Weeks, collector, acct. 1937 list 2906.07 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, interest acct. taxes 3.98 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, acct. 1936 list 5136.80 

C. D. Noyes, rental of grader 18.00 

11 Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Arthur Knights, 

tax redemption 116.87 

11 Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Arthur Knights, 

legal expense 5.55 

11 Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Arthur Knights, 

interest ^ 22.48 

Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Lawrence Blais, 

Est., tax redemption _ 255.95 

Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Lawrence Blais, 

legal expense 11.40 

Colebrook Nat. Bank, acct. Lawrence Blais, 

interest 92.83 

Colebrook Nat. Ban., acct. Jos. Bissonnette, 

tax redemption 49.60 

Colebrook Nat. Ban., acct. Jos. Bissonnette, 

legal expense 5.55 

Colebrook Nat. Ban., acct. Jos. Bissonnette, 

interest 13.74 

14 State of N. H., relief reimbursement for 

December 17.05 

29 Almeda Flanders, Diamond Pond rent 113.10 



25 

Nelson Owen, acct. snow plow 15.50 

Nelson Owen, rental of grader 12.50 
Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, acct. auto 

permits 30.91 

Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, dog taxes 4.00 

31 Elmon McAllaster, collector of dog taxes 100.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, acct. Wm. Lynch tax 58.72 

Geo. M. Weeks, acct. Wm. Lynch, 

interest on taxes 1.03 

.W. F. Allen, Municipal Court fees 52.64 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, acct. 1934 list 11.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, 1935 list 43.05 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, 1936 list §45.15 

Geo. M. Weeks, collector, 1937 list 2563.83 
Geo. M. Weeks, collector, interest on taxes 28.72 
Tax Redemption, Geo. M. Weeks, 

acct. Herbert Joyce tax 12.69 
Interest, Geo. M. Weeks, acct. Herbert 

Joyce tax 2.17 



Total Receipts $143468.75 



26 

UNIFORM CLASSIFICATION AS REQUIRED BY 
TAX COMMISSION 



RECEIPTS 



Property and Poll Tax, 1937, 

collected $23866.69 
Property and Poll Tax, 1936, 

collected 11444.38 

1921 Tax Soles redemption 76.88 

1931 Tax Sales redemption 112.81 

1932 Tax Sales redemption 75.00 

1934 Tax Sales redemption 11.00 

1935 Tax Sales redemption 75.60 
Tax Sales redemptions 2030.98 



From State: 

Reimbursement for Town Poor and 

Old Age Assistance 248.26 

Bounties for 1935 and 1936 69.20 

Railroad Tax 100.28 

Savings Bank Tax 554.58 

Interest and Dividend 281.73 

Rental for equipment 412.51 
Reimbursement for Public Service 

Co. of New Hampshire Tax 2049.10 



$ 37693.84 



From Local Sources Except Taxes : 

Dog Licenses 198.00 

Myron Crawford, recording deed 1.28 

Durwood Owen, overpayment acct. of 

auditor 2.00 

G. W. Barbour, for Richards shop 15.00 
Coos County, reimbursement for 

Public Service Co. of N. H. tax 2386.78 
School District of Clarksville, rental 

for grader 96.25 

Nelson Owen, on snow plow account 63.50 
Fines and forfeits, Municipal Court 52.64 



3715.66 



27 

Registration of Motor Vehicles, 

1936 Permits 561.21 

1937 Permits 19.04 
Adrian Lachance, Margaret Hawes 

account 50.00 

Nelson Owen, rental of grader 12.50 
Town of Clarksville, road agents, 

rental of grader 275.00 

Diamond Pond rent 283.10 

Equipment Rental, Road Agents 488.43 

Interest from Taxes 720.69 

Legal Expenses from Taxes 98.06 



Receipts From Other Than Current Revenue: 

Farmers Guar. Savings Bank 2743.05 

First Nat. Bank of Boston, Bond 

issue 80116.67 

Temporary Loans in anticipation of 

taxes during year 12000.00 



5323.48 



94859.72 

Total Receipts from all sources $141592.20 

Cash on hand February 1, 1937 1876.55 



Grand Total $143468.75 



28 

LIST OF SELECTMEN'S ORDERS PAID BY TOWN 

TREASURER FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

JANUARY 31, 1938. 



1937 

February 

16 Hazen Purrington, housing roller $ 3.25 
Max Carney, agent, winter road labor report 27.14 
]\Iargin Woodard, plowing winter roads 28.12 

17 Claude Baker, School Treas. 1000.00 
W. D. Thompson, list of Real Estate 

transfers 6.00 

Edson C. Eastman Co., office supplies 38.40 
Harry Kilgore, County Treas., Old Age 

Assistance 39.38 

Coos Co. Hospital, care of Bessie Hall 21.50 

John Banfill, wood for Calvin Gilbert 6.00 
J. M. Blodgett, M. D., care of Robert 

St. Francis 4.50 

J. M. Blodgett, M. D., care of John Stanton 1.50 
J. M. Blodgett, M. D., care of Linwood Potter 1.50 

J. M. Blodgett, M. D., care of Cecil Mollieur 33.50 

Esther Lyones, care Margaret Hawes' baby 24.00 

J. M. Blodgett, M. D., reporting 18 births 4.50 

J. M. Blodgett, M. D., reporting 15 deaths 3.75 

J. M. Blodgett, M. D., health officer salary 50.00 
J. M. Blodgett, M. D., examining water 

and milk supply 6,00 
Lyle McAllaster, agent winter road 

labor report 18.38 

19 Colebrook Nat. Ban, int. temporary loan 29.17 

Margin Woodard plowing winter roads 57.78 
W. F. Allen for E. W. McAllaster, 

colecting dog tax 18.00 

Durwood Owen, auditing town accounts 12.00 

J. N. Gamache, auditing town accounts 12.00 

J. R. Parker, auditing town accounts 12.00 

22 Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 14.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 12.00 
Colebrook Guar. Savings Bank, rent for 

Sam Marsh 16.00 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 
L. D. Ripley, retaining fee and legal 



29 

expense for 1936 200.00 
C. J. Baker, Treas., Fire Precinct 1200.00 
Guy Placy, expense consulting Tax 

Commission 14.00 

Guy Placy, telephone calls 1.00 
Benjamin F. Gould, expense consulting Tax 

Commission 14.00 

Benj. F. Gould, telephone calls 1.00 
Coos County Farm: 

wood for John Mehan 19.50 

wood for Mrs. Mollieur in 1935 26.00 

wood fof Tom Laphave in 1935 18.00 

wood for Sam Marsh in 1935 42.25 

wood for Mrs. Ben Asselin 19.50 

wood for Wesley Mills 6.50 

24 Public Service Co., of N. H., Feb. lights 61.25 

March 

12 Claude Baker, School Treasurer 300.00 
Margin Woodard, plowing winter roads 50.76 

13 Willis McConnell, agent winter road 

labor report 16.33 
0. J. Poore, insurance on Town Hall 

and Tool Shed 56.00 
C. D. Noyes, agent, winter road lebor report 51.04 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Roger Young 2.00 

Chas. A, Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 9.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 12.00 

Harold Brooks, ballot clerk 9.00 

Harold Brooks, labor on winter roads 7.50 

Darwin Brooks, labor on winter roads 8.34 

G. B. Currier C, supplies for road agents 3.08 

W. D. Thompson, recording deeds 7.11 

Irving G. Young, services as supervisor 12.00 

17 Linwood Harriman, labor winter roads 2.80 

20 Lyle McAllaster, agent winter road report 57.11 
Sentinel Publishing Co., printing Town 

reports 191.76 

Sentinel Publishing Co., envelopes 3.50 

Max Carney, agent winter road report 45.79 

Harry H. Ladd, plowing winter roads 59.05 

22 Margin Woodard, plowing winter roads 34.33 

Dan Bunnell, burying 2 dogs 5.00 
Dan Bunnell, 2 trips to Colebrook, re Public 



30 

Service Co. 6.00 

24 Georgia Hobbs, payment Note and Int. 2013.00 

Susan Goodwin, payment Note and Int. 1006.50 

Irving Gadwah, stamps and envelopes 3.14 

27 Claude Baker, School Treasurer 1000.00 

29 C. D. Noyes, error on labor report 1.00 

Harry Kilgore, County Treas., Old Age 

Assistance 243.77 

Public Service Co., of N. H., March lights 61.25 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 8.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 6.00 
Chester Hunt, plowing winter roads • 31.94 
Claude Baker, Treas., Fire Precinct, 

bal. 1936 appropriation 399.74 

Eva Reynolds, breaking winter roads 9.94 

Solomon Store, good sfor Edith Grover 22.78 

Solomon Store, good for Sid Luther .79 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 
Wilman F. Allen, 1 day at Lancaster, 

consulting Tax Commission 4.00 

Wilman F. Allen, use of car 5.40 
G. W. Barbour, M. D. : 

reporting births and deaths 3.50 

care of Grace Chase 19.80 

care of Flora Covell 2.00 

care of Sid Luther 1.50 
F. H. Dickson, dental work on John Mehan 8.50 

Roy Hobbs, hauling loader to Pittsburg 2.00 

John Banfill, wod for Calvin Gilbert 6.00 

Etta Crawford, goods for Edith Grover 3.15 

Young's Pharmacy, goods for Sid Luther 1.45 

Linwood Harriman, break winter roads 8.40 

Max Carney, agent, winter road report 16.90 

Coos County Farm, wood for Sam Marsh 26.00 

Coos County Farm, wood for Ida Mehan 9.75 

Solomon Stores, Margaret Hawes acct. 9.22 

Dan Bunnell, trip to Lancaster 3.00 

Almon Bryan, trip to Lancaster 3.00 

Benj. F. Gould, trip to Lancaster 3.00 

Benj. F. Gould, bounties paid 1.40 

J. D. Annis, bond for Town Treasurer 20.00 

April 

9 C. D. Noyes, plowing winter roads 49.83 



Lyle McAllaster, agent winter road report 56.53 

Chester Hunt, plowing road 29.93 
16 Lyle McAllaster, agent summer road labor 

report 24.46 

Chester Hunt, labor on Bishop Brook road 38.21 

Chester Hunt, plowing winter roads 24.08 

Eva Reynolds, breaking winter roads 14.34 

Beatrice Allen, making town report 25.00 

Max Carney, agent summer road work 8.21 

Max Carney, winter road work 56.26 

Solomon Stores, goods for Lester Giverson 2.75 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 7.79 

John Banfill, wood for Calvin Gilbert 12.00 

J. D. Baker, work on sewer 2.00 
Stevens' Variety Store, supplies for 

road agents 15.54 

G. B. Currier Co., salt for thawing culverts 1.00 

Harry Ladd, wood for Harley Bunnell 6.00 

John D. Annis, Bond for Town Clerk 5.00 

C. D. Noyes, agent labor report 52.54 
C. D. Noyes, reimbursement on 1836 

auto tax 2.36 

24 Fred Leonard, transp. of Sam Marsh l!90 

Dan Bunnell, account salary 20.00 

Claude Baker, School Treasurer 2000.00 

Colebrook Nat. Bank, Interest on 

temporary loan 29.17 
C. D. Noyes, agent summer road labor 

report 22.03 

C. D. Noyes, expense to road meeting 8.80 

Coos County Treas., Old Age Assistance 43.13 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 5.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 4.00 

29 Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 12.00 

Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 5.50 

Public Service Co. of N. H., April lights 61.25 

May 

8 Max Carney, summer road labor report 158.36 

Dan Bunnell, cleaning dump 10.00 

10 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 43.25 

13 Herbert Forrest, plowing winter roads 62.23 

Sentinel Pub. Co., Selectmen's notice 1.00 



32 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Sid Luther 4.00 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Sam Marsh 2.50 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for H. D. Hawes 13.00 

J. D. Baker, potatoes for H. D. Hawes 1.00 

Roberts Office Supply Co., office supplies 9.50 

Benj. F. Gould, booking inventory 15.00 
C. D. Noyes. agent, summer road labor 

report 50.33 

Dan Bunnell, labor and gravel for dump 7.70 
Lyle McAllaster, agent summer road 

labor report 101.30 
Lyle McAllaster, agent winter road labor 

report 40.77 

18 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 26.00 

22 Margin Woodard, taking down snow fence 5.08 
24 Walter H. Haynes, agent, summer road 

labor report 173.91 

27 Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 
Treas. State of N. H., 6 bags calcium chloride 9.00 

W. J. Beecher, labor and repairs on sewer 45.09 

Coos County Treas., Old Age Assistance 43.13 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Sam Marsh 5.00 

Leonard Wheeler, 292 ft. road plank 8.76 
Conant Machine & Steel Co., gravel screens 8.00 
J. H. Martin, gas and oil for grader and 

loader . 52.70 

Will Lord, express on gravel screens .91 
C. D. Noyes, agent, summer road labor 

report 67.67 

June 

1 Fay Placy, agent, winter road labor report 71.92 

3 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 34.45 

8 F. U. Woodard, Highway Dept., 27 signs 5.40 
Holman Bunnell, operating loader 25.60 

9 Chas. A. Heath, goods for Edith Grover 8.00 
Chas. A. Heath, goods for Calvin Gilbert 5.00 
Chas. A. Heath, gas and oil for grader 22.20 

14 Max Carney, agent, summer road labor 

report 56.16 

Freeman Bunnell, operating loader 6.40 

Public Service Co. of N. H., May lights 61.25 

15 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 43.15 



33 

18 Lyle McAllaster, agent, summer road 

labor report 71.62 
C. D. Noyes, agent summer road labor 

report 55.10 

19 Geo. R. Knapp, Note and interest 965088 

Willis McConnell, Note and interest 4063 43 

Andrew McConnell, Note and interest 2336!58 

Etta McConnell, Note and interest 1015 87 

Arvilla Martin, Note and interest 507!93 

Ray Placy, Note and interest 4063.49 

Earl Keysar, Note and interest 2031^74 

Guy W. Barbour, Note and interest 4063*44 

George L. Wood, Note and interest 5076!73 

Sadie V. Wood, Note and interest 4266.68 

Sadie V. Wood, Note and interest 457* 14 

Cora Drew, Note and interest 1015.87 

Guy V. Placy, Note and interest 203174 

Guy V. Placy, Note and interest 20316 

Rebecca Williams, Note and interest 101587 

Jennie Woodrow, Note and interest 1930 10 

Annie Keysar, Note and interest 1320 63 

John Banfiil, Note and interest 2031 74 

Dan Bunnell, hiring men and telephone calls 6.71 

Dan Bunnell, bounties 4q 

Dan Bunnell, express on grader blades 'so 

Max Carney, agent, summer road labor 

report gg gg 

Max Carney, agent, summer road labor 

report 75 ^g 

Orrie L. Crawford, gas and oil' for loader 555 

Nelson Owen, hauling R. C. P. 21 42 

William Heath, 564 ft. road plank 16*92 
Colebrook Guaranty Savings Bank, 

rent for Sam Marsh 16 00 
Claude J. Baker, School Treasurer, bal. 

on 1936 appropriation 157g 72 
Claude J. Baker, School Treasurer, bal. 

on dog tax 55 20 

Vaughn Lynch, wood for Edith Grover 650 

Vaughn Lynch, wood for Calvin Gilbert 450 

G. B. Currier, goods for Edith Grover 1200 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Calvin Gilbert 750 

J. H. Martm, gas and oil for grader 54.20 
Solomon Stores, goods for Lester Giverson 1.20 



34 

Etta Crawford, goods for Flora Co veil 1.28 

Herbert "Watts, transportation of tramps 1.00 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 
Public Service Co., of N. H., 

Tax reimbursement 20460.00 

21 Fay Placy, summer road labor report 92.77 

24 Leonard Wheeler, 879 ft. road plank 26.10 

28 Walter Haynes, summer road labor report 21.05 
Colebrook Nat. Bank, temporary loan 5000.00 
Colebrook Nat. Bank, Int. on temporary loan 46.66 
C. D. Noyes, summer road labor report 21.72 

29 Farmers Guar. Savings Bank, deposit 

for payment on State Note 9320.00 

30 Dan Bunnell, summer road labor report 25.60 
Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 52.50 
Geo. L. Wood, interest on Note 2.70 

July 

3 Max Carney, summer road labor report 109.56 

J. H. Martin, gas and oil for grader 16.23 

Benj. F. Gould, labor on T. R. A. 5.00 

Benj. F. Gould, bounties 1.80 

Benj. F. Gould, express on grader blades .50 

Dan Bunnell, bounties .60 

Dan Bunnell, labor on Piper Hill road 23.75 

Dan Bunnell, account salary 20.00 
Colebrook Nat. Bank, Interest on temporary 

loan 25.00 

James P. Hinchey, care of tramps 7.20 

Solomon Stores, goods for Edith Grover 2.00 

Coos County Treas., Old Age Assistance 34.50 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Edith Grover 20.00 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Calvin Gilbert 12.50 

W. D. Thompson, recording deeds 4.18 

Fred Brooks, pole for loader 1.00 

Public Service Co. of N. H., June lights 61.25 

Fuller Bros., road agents' expense 4.78 

Sherman Heath, bounties 1.40 
Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 178.70 

Gordon Placy, Note and interest 101.59 

Luwilda Placey, Note and interest 101.59 

Ray Placy, Note and interest 101.59 

Mildred Placy, Note and interest 101.59 

Ralph Placy, Note and interest 101.59 

23 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 68.75 



85 

24 F. U. Woodward, State Highway Dept., 

for signs 9.90 

26 Public Service Co. of N. H., July lights 61.25 
Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 22.50 

27 Freeman Bunnell, labor on cemetery 13.35 
Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 5.00 
Fred Noyes, care of cemetery 10.00 
Almoh Bryan, labor on T. R. A. 3.00 
Almon Bryan, telephone calls 1.00 
Almon Bryan, bounties ■ .20 

' Cecil Davis, police service 4.00 

Frank Chase, police service 4.00 

Sentinel Pub. Co., printing notice 1.20 

Carl Chase, breakin winter ro^ds ' 23.33 

F. G. Kimball, State Treas., T-. R. A. 551.14 
; ' Danforth & Richards, gas for grader 4.09 

Harry H. Ladd, plowing winter roads 28.00 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 

G. B. Barbour, M. D;,' medical care for: 

• Sid Luther 1.50 

Sam Marsh 1.00 

31 Maggie Ha we s, care of Margaret Hawes 10.00 



August ' '• ■ :vM;O0 XB! .-. 

2 Herbert Forrest, gas for graMr 22.80 

6 Jierbert' Forrest, gas' for grader 18.00 

18 Max Carney, summer road labor report 37.00 

Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 30.00 

26 Herbert Forrest, gas for grader 17.20 

Herbert Forrest, gas for grader 10.20 

30 Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 



September 

3 Fay Placy, summer labor report 126.85 

4 Max Carney, summer road labor report 147.72 
Dan Bunnell,' hedgehog bounties .80 
Dan Bunnell, attending fire 2.00 
Lyle McAllaster, summer road laibbr report 50.97 
Almon Bryan, labor on road 22.56 
G. B. Currier Co., good for Calvin Gilbert 12.50 
G. B. Currier Co., goods for Edith Grover 20.00 
G. B. Currier, road agents' supplies 24.65 
G. B. Currier Co., goods for Calvin Gilbert 10.00 
G. B. Currier Co., goods for Edith Grover 16.00 



86 

Vermont Road Equip. Co., repairs, grader 43.70 

Ralph Knapp, setting sign posts 3.92 

Chas. M. Johnson, road agents supplies 5.64 

Barbour & Young, 1000 ft. road plank 30.00 

A. C. Hicks, 500 ft. road plank 16.00 

A. C. Hicks, 6 lbs. nails .33 

Edison C. Eastman Co., office supplies 3.95 

Coos County Treas., Old Age Assistance 40.25 

N. H. State Treas., Bonding fee .75 
Dr. J. M. Blodgett, medical care Mrs. Benj. 

Burns 23.00 
Dr. J. M. Blodgett, medical care Linwood 

Potter 20.00 

A. ^C. Hicks, 1000 ft. road plank 35.00 
Cofebrook Nat. Bank, temporary loan 

and interest 1559.06 

8 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 67.25 

11 Dan Bunnell, account salary 20.00 

18 Public Service Co. of N. H., Aug. lights 61.25 

20 Herbert Forrest, gas for grader 26.60 

27 C. D. Noyes, summer road labor report 98.39 

28 Elils Hibbard, operating grader 52.50 
Grace Chase,, board for Folra Covell 16.00 

30 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, taxes 

bought by town 1268.14 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, expense of 

1936 tax sale 80.25 

October 

2 J. H. Martin, gas and oil for grader 29.76 

Vaughn Lynch, wood for Edith Grover 4.50 

Vaughn Lynch, wood for Calvin Gilbert 4.50 

4 Solomon Stores, goods for Edith Grover 14.99 

Solomon Stores, goods for Sam Marsh 2:30 
Soloman Stores, goods for Lester Giverson 3.47 

Etta Crawford, goods for Edith Grover 5.17 
W. F. Noyes, M. D., medical care for 

Grace Chase 3.00 

Public Service Co. of N. H., street lighting 61.25 

Walter Haynes, summer road labor report 16.42 

Max Carney, summer road labor report 27.58 
Claude Baker, School Treasurer 1200.00 
Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 12.05 

11 Herbert Forrest, gas for grader 17.60 



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State of N. H., 250 gals, tar 30.72 

Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 18.25 

Wilman F. Allen, acct. salary 60.00 

18 Fay Placy, summer road labor report 141.43 

25 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 30.75 

29 Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 

30 Max Carney, summer road labor report 55.84 
Fred H. Noyes, labor South Hill cemetery 10.00 
Asso, of Coos County Selectmen, dues 3.00 

November 
1 G. B. Currier Co., goods for Calvin Gilbert 10.00 
G. B. Currier Co., goods for Edith Grover 16.00 
Solomon Stores, goods for Lester Giverson 9.89 
Dr. W. F, Noyes, medical care Raymond Rich 5.00 
Ray Placy, rent for Grace Chase 14.00 

W. D. Thompson, listing of real estate 

transfers 5.80 

Coos County Treas., Old Age Asisstance 113.05 
Public Service Co. of N. H., street lighting 61.25 
Edson C. Eastman, office supply 11.98 

Geo. Gould, reimbursement on acct. auto tax 2.40 
Frank Marshall, Tax Collector Bond 30.00 

Sentinel Pub. Co., printing tax bills 6.50 

Claude Baker, School Treasurer 1500.00 

Colebrook Nat. Bank, temporary loan 

and interest 2013.33 

4 Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 41.91 

11 Dan Bunnell, office expense 1.00 

Dan Bunnell, equipment expense 2.05 

15 Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 32.00 

20 G. B. Currier Co., supplies for road agents 1.95 
Max Carney, summer road labor report 15.78 

Almon Bryan, account salary 80.00 

Grace Chase, board for Flora Covell 16.00 

Fred H. Noyes, labor on South Hill cemetery 15.00 
Dan Bunnell, bounties .40 

Dan Bunnell, labor 1.70 

Dan Bunnell, moving road machine 2.50 

Dan Bunnell, account salary 35.00 

22 Coos Co. Treas., Old Age Assistance 32.55 

Walter Haynes, summer road labor report 11.47 
Ray Placy, wood for Edith Grover 17.50 

G. B. Currier, goods for Calvin Gilbert 10.00 



3& 

G. B. Currier Co., goods' 'for Edith Grover -'I'e.OO 
W. G. Klebe> labor on' winter roads^ ' '1^3'6 '[' 50^00 
First Nat. Bank of' Boston^' interest cfn '■ •■ ^ •!' 
bonds ■■'■ ■' ■ • ^ I : . . ' ;i. • ;^ ■• 1400.00 

1 W. D. Thompson, • listing real estate ^ 

transfers' • ' ■ ■ r , 10.06 

22 Herbert Forrest, gaJs and' oil 'for gradei* 25.20 

Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 25.95 

27 Lyle McAllaster, summer road labor report 34.10 

29 C. J. Baker, School Treas. 2000.00 
Margaret Hawes, Adrian LaChance acct. 10:00 

30 Darwin Brooks> services. as supervisor ; 12.00 

December 
4 Max Carney, summer road 'labor report '26.32 

Beatrice I. Allen, making 1937 taxes' 40.00 

Beatrice I. Allen, notifying ^mortgageeg ' 

of tax sale " 14.80 

■ Beatrice I. Alleh, copying Select>men'g''b6ok 20.00 
Geo. M. Weeks, for Bell Richards, librarian 20.00 
A. C. Hicks, 1512 ft. road plank-' ' 50.38 

Johnson's Hardware; rOad agents supplies 1.00 
' ' State of New Hampshire, State Tait:' ' 2368.00 
Roberts Office Supplies Co., office supplies ' 11.55 
• Ray Placy, rent for Gra'ce Chase ■ '"'' •■■*"'■:' 7.00 
John Baniillv Wood for Calvin Gilbert?' "■••''•'■^•••' 8.00 
G; B. Currier Co., goods for GraCe Chase • 4.00 

6 State of New Hampshire, 'payment £tnd' 

interest on Note ' ; ■••'Tjf. .ii-.r!.,..;- 2743.05' 

7 Wilbur Hunt, hedgehog' b'Ounty '''•■•;■ .60 
11 M. M. Martin, damage' to car '• ' ■ 5.00 

Benj. F. GouW, labor i' '- • ■ 13.50 

Benj. F. Gould, hedgehog bounties 1.00 

Dan Bunnell, labor ' ■■"' ' 1.50 

Dan Bunnell, hedgehog bottntifes 1.20 

Coos County Treas.,' county 'tax '6616.24 

Almon Bryan, labor 17.00 

Almon Bryan, 2 bounties .20 

C. D. Noyes, winter road labor report 18.69 

C. D. Noyes, summer road labor i-eport 18.00 

G. B. Currier, goods for Calvin Gilbert 14.00 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Edith Grover 20.00 

Solomon Stores, goods for Lester Giverson 3.00 

W. D. Thompson, expense aCct. tax sale .50 



?a9 

' ' Public, Service- Co.' ofiNv.H.,- street iUghtingi-. '61.25 

Geo. M'., Weeks; ita3£ collector' abateijient on : 
■ . i Public Service Co. of N. H., 1936 tax .5000.00 

'■ ' ■ ( Geov Mi Weeks/ tax collector, abatement on . 

■> Beehcer Falls Co., 1936 tax :,;(',, :;/ : 312.80 
18 -.'Claude Baker j. Scli<?ol Treasurer -. ir.\>.> ■ 1000.00 

1938 )■,!!>''■ ■/■'liji' r:'<: ,t' •!■ /'-)!i,-H(' »■,?/' . '', .' 

■January,.;, ,..':,■. ...;,.;>!,;■.. ;:m'''''' > m'^ •;,;,. 

1 Lyl McAllaster, wJnter road labor' report 43.86 

Ben. P. Branham Co., auto reference bbok 2.00 

Max Carney, winter- road labor reports • ..< 30.54 

" * ■' ■ 'Nelson Owen, plowing winter roads ^ ■ : ^ 48.00 

■'-.'- Grace Chase, -board for Flora; Coveli;. »!'.- 16.00 

• 3' J. R. Parker, gas for grader-' i -.v ?• ■. . 1.05 

Delina Guay,- board- for Rebecca Lephave ■ 12.00 

' ' G. B. Currier Co., goods for Calvin Gilbert, 9.00 

G. B. Currier Co./ goods for Edith Grover 12.00 

' G. B. Currier Co-; goods for Irving Young 2.50 

Coos County Treas.,' Old Age 'Assistance: 66.58 

Leon Beloin, wood for M.T). Hawes'' 13.75 

Brackett & Shaw COiy.acct. for ;Nelsoii 

Owen, plow ' > ■■ ' 313.00 

Mable Ripley,, f feeding- 'tramps- •; 1.00 

Colebrook Fire Precinct^ Joe Lakin fire 73.00 
Colebrook Fire Precinct,' 2 houses at 

Riverside ' ' ■■'■ > . 168.50 

Colebrook Fire Precinct, Ameda Biron 101.00 

Colebrook Fire Precinct, Kenneth Lynch 65.00 

5 Roger McAllaster, labor on winter roads , 1.96 

15 Max Carney, winter road labor report 11.43 

Wayne Ladd, plowing winter roads 45.75 

Willie Owen, laobr on winter roads 15.00 

Dan Swain, abatement on 1937 tax 18.48 

Nelson Owen, plowing winter roads 62.00 

Rodney Heath, labor on winter roads 5.00 

Public Service Co. of N. H., Dec. lights 61.25 

J. H. Martin, gas for grader 2.40 

G. B. Currier Co., goods for Alfred Leroux 10.00 
G. B, Currier Co., goods for Mrs. Eddie 

Aldrich 5.00 
G. B. Currier Co., for Willie Reynolds 

housing snow fence 2.00 

Leon Beolin, wood for Grace Chase 25.00 



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Solomon Stores, goods fr Grace Chase 2.98 
J. M. Blodgett, M. D., medical care Grace 

Chase 6.00 

Coos County Farm, wood for Grace Chase 12,00 

17 Lyle McAllaster, winter road labor report 42.60 

29 Coos County Treas., Old Age Assistance 32.55 

George Dewey, housing road equipment 6.00 

Willis McConnell, housing snow fence 1.50 
Andrew McConnell, services as ballot clerk 3.00 

Dan Bunnell, labor on road 1.65 

Dan Bunnell, bounties .40 
Annie Keazer, payment on temporary 

loan 4000.00 

Annie Keazer, interest on temporary loan 388.59 

Nelson Owen, plowing roads 15.50 
Town of Stewartstown, Nelson Owen 

plowing road 12.50 

Levi Brooks, sheep killed by dogs 5.00 

Levi Brooks, 900 ft. road plank 27.00 

Levi Brooks, fixing fence 2.00 

Robert Wilson, breaking winter roads 4.06 

Hazen Purrington, breaking winter roads 1.82 

Fay Placy, summer road labor report 94.03 

Wm. A. Heath, care North Hill cemetery 10.00 

Chester Hunt, plowing roads 7.50 

O. J. Poore, insurance on hotel barn 22.00 

Belle Richards, bal. due for Librarian 5.00 

Frank Richards, use of water trough 5.00 
J. C. Kenneth Poore, labor and care of 

cemetery 20.44 

J. C. Kenneth Poore, library fund 20.00 
Almeda Flanders, collecting Diamond 

Pond rent 25.24 

Ray Placy, services as supervisor 12.00 

Ray Placy, lambs killed by dogs 16.00 

Ray Placy, labor on winter roads 19.56 

Lyle McAllaster, winter road albor report 41.56 

31 Etta Crawford, services as Librarian 25.00 

Almon Bryan, balance 1937 salary 45.00 

Almon Bryan, bounties paid .40 

Almon Bryan, telephone calls .50 

Chas. Scribner, painting sign 2.50 

Rodney Heath, labor on winter roads 4.97 

Will Heath, labor on winter roads 1.66 



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Harold Brooks, sheep killed by dogs 5.00 

George M. Weeks, salary as Tax Collector 100.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, expense as' Tax Collector 25.00 
Geo. M. Weeks, expense to Commission 

meeting 10.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, twenty tax deeds 20.00 

Linwood Harriman, breaking winter roads 11.20 

J. D. Baker, use of dump 5.00 
G. B. Currier Co., goods furnished for 

town relief 58.00 

Ray Placy, wood for Edith Grover 19.25 

Grace Chas, board for Flora Covell 16.00 

Claude Baker, salary for Overseer of Poor 100.00 
Claude Baker, expense for Overseer of Poor 7.80 
G. W. Barbour, operation and care of 

Mrs. Edd Sweeney 73.00 
Coos County Hospital, care of Mrs. Edd 

Edd Sweeney 39.50 
James P. Hinchey, feeding, care of tramps 6.00 

Deilna Guay, board for Rebecca Lephave 12.00 

Elmon McAllaster, collecting 1937 dog tax 12.50 

James P. Hinchey, wood for H. D. Hawes 4.00 

John Banfille, wood for Calvin Gilbert 27.00 
W. D. Thompson, recording Collector's 

deeds 15.32 

Coos County Farm, wood for Ida Mehan 6.50 

Dan Bunnell, balance 1937 salary 30.00 

Benj. F. Gould, 1937 salary 150.00 
L. D. Ripley, Town Consul, legal services 

and expense 250.00 

Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk salary 50.00 

Beatrice I. Allen, postage and expenses 8.58 

Beatrice I. Allen, issuing auto permits 46.25 
Beatrice I. Allen, recording and returning 

Vital Statistics " 28.25 

Wilman F. Allen, services as Moderator 10.00 

Wilman F. Allen, Municipal Court Justice 100.00 

Wilman F. Allen, office rent, expense 73.20 
Geo. M. Weeks, Collector: 

1935 tax abatements 15.05 

1936 tax abatements 227.72 

1937 tax abatements 111.91 
Public Service Co. of N. H., street lighting 61.25 



42 

Colebrook Nat.B^nk,, ipt.€;rest ,0^ , 

temporary loan ".,(., , . ' ' ! 55.33 

Geo.. M. Weeks,- collector a,batement on 

R. H. Danforth tax ■ , 43.00 

Dr. J. M. Blodgett, reporting births, , deaths 8.75 
Dr. J. M. Blo.^g^tt, examination of water 
and milk supply ,\ ' 6.00 

Dr. J. M. Boldgett, Health Offiper salary 50.00 



Total Payments ' $139187.54 

Bank Balance . 4281.21 



Total Receipts . v.v v^. i , $143468.75 



ORDERS ipuiW-BS'^ifl;EG^ n!(vi. 

. TOWNr OFIi|IQERS', SAJ.AIIIE3... ) ,.ri:>,io;,: 

Dan Bunnell, Se^^ct3Tia,n,o •'.,<,[''',.') jar'jt ..(iiin;^^?^^' .JL;25jQ0 
Benjamin F. Goul4,;;Sel§C5tm^p'-h.q ,.oD .dn^l i ,,^50.00 
Almon Bryaj^,.Selept?a^^pi,>.:'^ .•r-r/t.oo .mltA J •j-^-ll^S.QO 
Dui;wood Owen, services;,-^^ Aiid[it;9ir.,x<ifi'A .r ■•>..; 12.00 
J. N. GaniachAMiSAJ"¥'i/??s..aS;;;4f-u4ifQ^ .ft;rv'//7 j/, >-. 3^2^00 
J. R. Park^i:,, s6^-y^ce^-a^,4-U(^itoi:;.i ...j/r, ^yAf/d <.'42.00 
W. F. Allen, Treasurer;. :,.,.[ .,(fn,;?V.'^ -O. : ;■,;•■ 6^00 
Beatrice I, Allen, ),TG^w??,f^lerk- .-:;,, - >/; , ! ,-, r,50.00 

George M. Weeks, Tax Collector lOO.OO 

Claude Baker, Overseer of Poor 100.00 



$ 746.00 



TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES" 

Guy Placy, Selectman, for 1936 expense to Concord 

consulting- Tax Commission $ 14.00 

Guy Placy, telephone calls 1.00 
Dan Bunnell, Seelctman, 2 trips to Colebrook 

consulting lawyer 6.00 
Dan Bunnell, 1 daj^ at Lancaster, Tax 

Commission meeting 3.00 

Dan Bunnell, hiring men and telephone calls 1.00 
Benj. F. Gould, Selectman, expense to 

Concord consulting Tax Commission 14.00 

Benj. F. Gould, telephnoe calls 1.00 
Benj. F. Gould, 1 day at Lancaster, Tax 

Commission meeting 3.00 

Benjamin F. Gould, booking inventory 15.00 

Edson C. Eastman, office supplies 54.33 

Lving Gadwah, stamped envelopes 3.14 
Almon Bryan, Selectman, 1 day at Lancaster, 

Tax Commission 3.00 



m 

Almon Bryan, Selectman, telephone calls 1.50 

Sentinel Publishing Co., printing town reports 191.76 

Sentinel Publishing Co., envelopes 3.50 

John D. Annis, Treasurer's Bond 20.00 

John D. Annis, Town Clerk's Bond 5.00 

Beatrice I. Allen, making town reports 25.00 

C. D. Noyes, expenses to road meeting 8.80 

Sentinel Pub. Co., Selectmen's notice 2.20 

Roberts Office Supply Co., supplies for office 21.05 

Asso. of Coos County Selectmen, dues 3.00 

Frank Marshall, Tax Collector's Bond 30.00 

Sentinel Pub. Co., printing tax bills 6.50 

Beatrice I. Allen, copying Selectmen's book 20.00 

Beatrice I. Allen, making taxes 40.00 

George M. Weeks, expenses as Tax Collector 35.00 

Claude Baker, expenses as Overseer of Poore 7.80 

Beatrice I. Allen, stamps and stationery 8.58 

Wilman F. Allen, office rent and expenses 73.20 



$$ 628.07 



ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 

Harold Brooks, services as ballot clerk $ 9.00 

Irving G. Young, services as supervisor 12.00 

Darwin Brooks, services as supervisor 12.00 

Andrew McConnell, services as ballot clerk 3.00 

Ray Placy, services as supervisor 12.00 

W. F. Allen, services as moderator 10.00 



$ 58.00 



MUNICIPAL COURT 

W. F. Allen, Municipal Court Justice $ 100.00 



TOWN HALL EXPENSE 
O. J. Poore, insurance on town hall $ 56.00 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Herbert Watts, transportation for tramps $ 1.00 

J. M. Blodgett, medical care 4.50 

James Hinchey, care of tramps 7.20 

Cecil Davis, police service 4.00 

Firank Chase, police service 4.00 

James Hinchey, feeding and care of tramps 6.00 

Mabel Ripley, feeding tramps 1.00 



$ 27.70 



BOUNTIES 



Benjamin F. Gould, Selectman, bounties paid $ 4.20 

Dan Bunnell, Selectman, bounties paid 3.80 

Almon Bryan, Selectman, bounties paid .80 

Sherburn Heath, bounties 1.40 

Wilbur Hunt, bounties .60 



$ 10.80 



DAMAGES AND EXPENSES BY DOGS 

W. F. Allen, for E. W. McAllaster, collecting 

dog tax $ 18.00 

Dan Bunnell, burying 2 dogs 5.00 

Levi Brooks, sheep killed by dogs 5.00 

Ray Placy, lambs killed by dogs 16.00 

Harold Brooks, sheep killed by dogs 5.00 

Elmon McAllaster, collecting 1937 dog tax 12.50 



$ 61.50 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

J. M. Blodgett, health officer salary 1936 $ 50.00 
J. M. Blodgett, examining town water and milk 

supply 6.00 

Dan Bunnell, cleaning dump 10.00 

Dan Bunnell, labor and gravel for dump 7.70 



46 

J. D. Baker, uSe^Ofrdump i Mi i ♦> itri 5.00 

J. M. Blodgett, health officer 1937 salary 50.00 

X M. Blodgetty examining town water, and, '/ i .r,- ,; ^ 
U''.A milk supply . . . ,,.•, Mi.-tr.t i .''.'•,. 'i;-, :6.00 

'"; ' -.. .Mii'.f .'( u.-'.-.i .V')U j-tt-H ■"•!', • 

,.,.,^,,,, ..-.v,..,^ ..,$:! rl34 JO 

■').;■ ■• .:' ,,' ', '<■'. y ) ; [i ri I . ■ . ~ -; . r .< /< ' <(■; ■; '■;.' 

VITAL STATISTICS- ^ .--;;.;.,' 't i^:^^-^■ 

J: M. Blodgett, reporting births and deaths, 

for 1936 $ 8.25 

G. W. Barbour, reporting births and deaths 

for 1936 <: 5 1 :■/:;< ^: 3.50 

Beatrice I. Allen, reporting and recording 
i; births, deaths and, marriages, X .;;.,,; ■• (;!r.s 258.25 
J. M. Blodgett, reporting; births, and deaths M . . , 8.75 



■!:\ ,.' .i • .' :;$,;/ ,48.75 



SEWER MAINTENANCE 

J. D. Baker, labor on sewer $ 2.00 

W. J. Beecher, repairing sewer 45.09 

. : ' ' $ 47.09 



ABATEMENTS AND TAX REFUNDS 

Geo. M. Weeks, abatement on Public Service 

Company 1936 Tax $ 5000.00 
Geo. M. Weeks, abatement of Beecher Falls 

Company 1936 Tax 312.80 

Dan Swain, abatement on 1937 tax 18.48 
George M. Weeks, abatement on: 

1935 Tax 15.05 

1936 Tax 227.72 

1937 Tax 111.91 
R. H. Danforth Tax 43.00 

$ 5728.96 



47 

FIRE DEPARTMENT' in- i' V'':i; -v: 

■^ -•■■ : ■ ■.,'' -■ •; ..•/ } vin-i,' , ■ 

Dan Bunnell, attending fire --''' •' o.t.'i $,::' 2.00 

Colebrook Fire Precinct : -^ ' ':; .jJ .v-'..1;-.jt. ••//',>,»;<■ <, 

Joe Lakin fire -fiht--/;!! i; i:; 73.00 

'2 houses at Riverside i'^'''? ii):=>l.bv;->(i ,n'/HliV.^ 168.50 

Ameda Biron '•^^'■f Hf'«>^'"^^'" .n-;.!;jnrnir» 101.00 

Kfenneth Lynch i'i''^' ^^^ "oufi! .v.-:.' 65.00 

•:. . viuA^.-yu^ jiH?rj-,<.:i$ 409.50 

TOWN ROAD MAINTENANCE '•^:>''' '.'''^ 

Chestier Hunt, labor on Bishop • Brobk *'Gfad-''$-'' 38.21 
Fay Placy, laboo reports ■' ' vir-v/D-q- b'?ju.;<M .'. 455,08 
Lyle McAllaster, labor report '-<>' 'i^.i; •'"'■■ ' 559.31 

C. D. Noyes, labor reports'-'^ ';''5'v/'.?;',; 385.78 

Max' Carney, labor reports' '••'' ' '' '•'.''! ''s.^-- '786.84 
Ellis Hibbard, labor on road - • 'o\(\ M-n.i : 9.00 

Walter Haynes, labor reports^"'' v.i'Jv/'vk.r ,.""-.v<i 222.85 
Dan Bunnell, labor reports 51.00 

Almon Bryan, labor on road 22.56 

State of New Hampshire, 250 gals, tar 30.72 



^a >!/-$ '^561.35 



WINTER ROADS - 

C. D. Noyes, plowing roads ' $ 49.83 

Harold Brooks, laobr on roads 7.50 

Darwin Brooks, labor on roads ■ > 8.34 

Linwood Harriman, labor on road ' 2.80 

C. D. Noyes, error on Nov. 6th report ' : 1.00 
Eva Reynolds, breaking roads on Back Pond road 24.28 

Linwood Harriman, breaking roads 8.40 
G. B. Currier Co., salt for thawing culverts ■ 1.00 

Margin Woodard, taking down snow fence 5.08 

Carl Chase, breaking roads 23.33 

W. G. Klebe, work on road 1936 50.00 
Brackett & Shaw, Nelosn Owen plow account 313.00 

Roger McAllaster, labor on road ' 1.96 



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Willie Owen, labor on road 

Rodney Heath, labor on road 

G. B. Currier Co., for Willie Reynolds 

housing snow fence 
Town of Stewartstown, for Nelson Owen, 

rental of grader 
Robert Wilson, breaking roads 
Hazen Purrington, breaking roads 
Ray Placy, labor on road 
Will Heath, labor on road 
Linwood Harriman, breaking roads 
Willis McConnell, labor report 
Max Carney, labor report 
Fay Placy, labor report 
C. D, Noyes, labor report 
Lyle McAllaster, labor report 
Margin Woodard, plowing roads 
Harry Ladd, plowing road 
Herbert Forrest, plowing roads 
Chester Hunt, plowing roads 
Wayne Ladd, plowing roads 
Nelson Owen, plowing roads 



15.00 
9.97 

2.00 

12.50 

4.06 

1.82 

19.56 

1.66 

11.20 

16.33 

188.06 
71.92 
69.73 

300.~84 

170.99 
87.05 
62.23 
93.45 
45.75 

125.50 



$1806.14 



GENERAL EXPENSE HIGHWAY DEPT. 



Hazen Purrington, housing roller $ 3.25 

Roy Hobbs, hauling loader to Pittsburg 2.00 
Stevens' Variety Store, supplies for road agents 15.54 

F. U. Woodard, Highway Dept., for 27 signs 5.40 

Nelson Owen, hauling R. C. pipe 21.42 

William Heath, 564 ft. plank for bridge 16.92 

Leonard Wheeelr, 1162 ft. planks 34.86 

Fuller Bros., supplies for road agents 4.78 

F. U. Woodard, Highway Dept., posts for signs 9.90 

G. B. Currier Co., supplies for road agents 29.60 
Ralph Knapp, setting sign posts 3.92 
Chas. M, Johnson, supplies for road agents 5.64 
Barbour & Young, 1000 fs. planks 30.00 
A. C. Hicks, 3012 ft. planks 101.38 
A. C. Hicks, 6 lbs. nails .33 
Johnson's Hardware, supplies for road agent 1.00 



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Geo. Dewey, housing rollers, plow and snow fence 6.00 

Willis McConnell, housing snow fence 1.50 
Levi Brooks, 900 ft. planks 27.00 

Levi Brooks, fixing fence 2.00 

Frank Richards, use of water trough 5.00 

Charles Scribner, painting signs 2.50 



$ 


330.02 


LIBRARIES 




Geo. M. Weeks, for Bell Richards, librarian $ 
Bell Richards, bal. due as librarian 
J. C. Kenneth Poore, Library Fund 
Etta Crawford, services as Librarian 


20.00 

5.00 

20.00 

25.00 


$ 


70.00 


TOWN RELIEF ADMINISTRATION 




Calvin Gilbert: 

Groceries ^ 150.79 
Fuel 68.00 




$ 


218.79 


Bessie Hall: 




Hospital care 


21.50 


John Stanton: 




Medical care 


1.50 


Linwood Potter: 




Medical care 


21.50 


Cecile Mollieur: 




Medical care 33.50 




Fuel in 1935 26.00 





59.50 



Edith Grover: 


' 'i-.T ■■•'t--;''l,r V.fi i;-! ;rjlf ./"■ 


■u ■,•.■■, 


Groceries 

Fuel 

Clothing 


2WM 

■■ ■" 47.75 
50.84 








308.59 


Sam Marsh: 






Groceries 

Fuel 

Fuel in 1935 

Rent 

Clothing 

Medicine 

Transportation 


7.50 
26.00 

r. 42.25 

32.00 

^' '1 ■': 1.00 


,r.,^,r ^ v. 




■, 


112.95 


Flora Covell: 






Board 
Clothing 
Medical care 


'— 192.00 

,....V. q^- , 1.28 . 




. p^ 


; ^•i'.'-k^} n 


195.28 


Ida Mehan : 






Fuel in 1936 
Fuel in 1937 
Dental work 


19.50 
16.25 

8.50 








44.25 


Rebecca Lephave: 

Board 

Fuel in 1935 


24.00 
18,00 


-'fnlA 






42.00 


Mrs. Ben Asselin: 






Fuel in 1935 




19.50 


Wesley Mills: 






Fuel in 1936 




6.50 



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Roger Young: 

Groceries 




2.00 


Sid Luther: 

Groceries 
Medical care 
Clothing 


4.00 

4.45 

.79 








9.24 


Grace Chase: 

Groceries 
Fuel 
Rent 

Medical care 
Clothing 


11.00 
37.00 
21.00 
28.80 
2.98 


' 






100.78 


Harley Bunnell: 

Fuel 




6.00 


H. D. Hawes : 

Fuel 
Groceries 


17.75 
14.00 




. 




31.75 


Lester Giverson: 

Clothing 




17.56 


Mrs. Benjamin Burns: 

Medical care 




23.00 


Raymond Rich: 

Medical care 




5.00 


Irving M. Young: 

Groceries 




8.50 


Alfred Leroux: 

Groceries 




15.00 


Mrs. Eddie Aldrich: 

Groceries 




10.00 



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Mrs. Edd Sweeney: 

Medical care 
Hospital care 


73.00 
39.50 




112.50 


Total Town Relief 


$ 1393.19 



AUTO PERMITS EXPENSE 

C. D. Noyes, reimbursement on 1936 tax $ 2.36 

Ben P. Branham, Auto Reference book 2.00 

Beatrice Allen, issuing- permits 46.25 



$ 50.61 



MARGARET HAWES ACCOUNT 

Esther Lyons, care of Margaret Hawes' baby $ 24.00 
Solomon Stores, clothing- 9.22 

Maggie Hawes, care of Margaret Hawes 10.00 

Margaret Hawes, town order drawn on her acct. 10.00 



$ 53.22 



STREET LIGHTING 
Public Service Company of N. H. $ 735.00 



DAMAGES AND LEGAL EXPENSES 

L. D. Ripley, retaining fee and legal expense $ 200.00 

Wm. Thompson, recording deeds 11.29 
W. F. Allen, day at Lancaster consulting 

tax commission 4.00 

W. F. Allen, use of car, 90 miles @ 6c 5.40 

Treas., State of New Hamp., bonding fee .75 



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W. D. Thompson, listing real estate transfers 10.06 
W. D, Thompson, recording tax redemptions 

and making deeds 5.80 

M. M. Martin, damage to car 5.00 

Benj. F. Gould, labor looking over land 13.50 

Almo nBryan, labor looking over land 17.00 
L. D. Ripley, Town Counsel, legal service 

and expenses 250.00 

Dan Bunnell, labor looking over land 1.50 



$ 524.30 



T. R. A. ACCOUNT 

Benjamin F. Gould, labor on T. R. A. $ 5.00 

Almon Bryan, labor on T. R. A. 3.00 

Treas., State of New Hampshire 551.14 



$ 559.14 



CEMETERIES 



Freeman Bunnell, labor on cemetery $ 13.35 

Fred Noyes, care of cemetery 10.00 

Fred Noyes, labor on South Hill cemetery 10.00 

Fred Noyes, labor on South Hill cemetery 15.00 

William Heath, care of North Hill cemetery 10.00 

J. C. Kenneth Poor, care of Hollow cemetery 20.44 



$ 78.79 



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Harry Kilgore, County Treas., for Old Age 

Assistance $ 688.89 



TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
George M. Weeks, taxes bought by town $1268.14 



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TAX SALES EXPENSES 

W. D. Thompson, list of real estate transfers $ 6.00 

Geo. M. Weeks, expense of 1936 tax sale 80.25 

Beatrice Allen, notifying mortgagees of tax sale 14.80 
W. D. Thompson, discharging tax sales 

(redemption) .50 

Geo. M. Weeks, twenty tax deeds 20.00 

W. D. Thompson, recording Collector's deeds 15.32 





$ 


136.87 


INTEREST ON LONG TERM NOTES AND BONDS 


Georgia Hobbs 


$ 


13.00 


Susan Goodwin 




6.50 


George R. Knapp 




150.88 


Willis McConnell 




63.43 


Andrew McConnell 




36.58 


Etta McConnell 




15.87 


Arvilla Martin 




7.93 


Ray Placy 




63.49 


Earl Keysar 




31.74 


Guy W. Barbour 




63.44 


George L. Wood 




79.43 


Sadie Wood 




73.82 


Cora Drew 




15.87 


Guy V. Placy 




34.90 


Rebecca Williams 




15.87 


Jennie Woodrow 




30.10 


Annie Keysar 


f 


20.63 


John Banfill 




31.74 


Gordon Placy 


~. 


1.59 


Luwilda Placy 




1.59 


Ray Placy 




1.59 


Mildred Placy 




1.59 


Ralph Placy 




1.59 


Colebrook National Bank 




13.33 


First Nat. Bank of Boston, 


Interest on bonds 


1400.00 



$2176.50 



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INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

Colebrook National Bank $ 244.39 

Annie Keysar 388.59 



$ 632.98 



LAND AND BUILDINGS EXPENSE 

O. J. Poore, insurance on hotel barn $ 22.00 

Almeda Flanders, expense collecting 

Diamond Pond rent 25.24 



$ 47.24 



EQUIPMENT EXPENSE 

Will Lord, express on screen for loader $ .91 

Conant Machine & Steel Co., screen for loader 8.00 

Holman Bunnell, operating loader 25.60 

Chas. Heath, gas and oil for grader 22.20 

Freeman Bunnell, operating loader 6.40 

Vt. Road Equipment, repairs for grader 43.70 

Dan Bunnell, expense 2.05 

Dan Bunnell, moving road machine 2.50 

Dan Bunnell, labor 1.70 

J. R. Parker, gas for grader 1.05 

Dan Bunnell, express for grader blades .50 

Orie Crawford, gas and oil for grader 5.55 

Ben. F. Gould, express on grader blades .50 

Fred Brooks, pole for loader 1.00 

Danforth & Richards, gas for grader 4.09 

J. H. Martin, gas and oil for grader 155.29 

Ellis Hibbard, operating grader 508.10 

Herbert Forrest, gas and oil for grader 137.60 

$ 926.74 



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TAX iBBsmssssmsBsmi 

Public Service Co., of N. H., tax reimburse. $20460.00 
George Gould, error of 1936 auto tax 2.40 



% 20462.40 



SAVINGS BANK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT 
Farmers Guaranty Savings Bank $ 9320.00 



TEMPORARY LOANS 

Colebrook National Bank $ 8500.00 

Annie Keysar 4000.00 



$12500.00 



LONG TERM NOTES 

Georgia Hobbs $2000.00 

Susan Goodwin 1000.00 

George R. Knapp 9500.00 

Willis McConnell 4000.00 

Andrew McConnell 2300.00 

Etta McConnell 1000.00 

Arvilla Martin 500.00 

Ray Placy 4000.00 

Earl Keysar 2000.00 

Guy W. Barbour 4000.00 

George L. Wood 5000.00 

Sadie Wood 4650.00 

Cora Drew 1000.00 

Guy V. Placy 2200.00 

Rebecca Williams 1000.00 

Jennie Woodrow 1900.00 

Annie Keysar 1300.00 

John Banfill 2000.00 

Gordon Placy 100.00 

Luwilda Placy 100.00 



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Ray Placy 

Mildred Placy 

Ralph Placy 

State of New Hampshire 


100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

2743.05 




$52593.05 


STATE TAX 
Treasurer State of New Hampshire 


$ 2368.00 



COUNTY TAX 

Harry Kilgore, County Treasurer $ 6616.24 



SCHOOL DISTRICT 
C. J. Baker, Treasurer $11631.92 



FIRE PRECINCT 

C. J. Baker, Treasurer of Precinct $ 1200.00 

C. J. Baker, Treas., balance 1936 appropriation 399.74 



$ 1599.74 



Total Orders Drawn $139187.54 



Auditors' Report 



We hereby cetrify that we have carefully examin- 
ed the accounts of Selectmen, Treasurer and Treasurer 
of Fire Precinct, and find them correct to the best of 
our knowledge. 



J. N. GAMACHE, 

DURWOOD OWEN, 

J. R. PARKER, 



Auditors. 



We wish to mention the fine condition of the ac- 
counts and records of Selectmen, Treasurers and Town 
Clerk. 



J. N. GAMACHE, 

DURWOOD OWEN, 

J. R. PARKER, 



Auditors. 



59 

REPORT OF WEST STEWARTSTOWN VILLAGE 
FIRE PRECINCT 



MODERATOR— A. L. Fuller. 
CLERK and TREASURER— Claude Baker. 
FIRE WARDENS— R. Cook, Lewis Swain, Albert 
Fuller. 



Notes outstanding 


$5600.00 


Order No. 




186 Public Service Company 


2.20 


187 Public Service Company 


2.20 


188 Colebrook Guaranty Savings Bank 


1200.00 


189 Geo. M. Stevens & Son Co. 


3.50 


190 Public Service Company 


1.00 


191 Colebrook Guaranty Savings Bank 


90.00 


192 Claude Baker 


37.42 


193 Public Service Company 


1.00 


194 Eva Barbour 


100.00 


195 Public Service Company 


3.20 


196 Public Service Company 


2.00 


197 Eva D. Barbour 


100.00 


198 Benjamin Burns 


2.35 


199 Public Service Company 


2.00 


200 Douglas Ripley 


2.00 


201 Claude Baker 


2.00 


202 Public Service Co. 


4.40 


203 Public Service Company 


1.60 




$1556.87 


TREASURER'S REPORT 




Cash on hand February, 1937 


$ 26.24 


Received from Selectmen 


1599.74 


Received from Lewis Swain 


2.00 


Received from Treasurer skating rink 


2.40 


Received from Claude Baker 


6.00 




1636.38 


Paid Wardens Orders 


1556.87 



Cash on hand $ 79.51 



60 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE STEWARTSTOWN 
VILLAGE FIRE PRECINCT 



BALANCE SHEET 

Assets 

Cash on hand $ 79.51 

Amt. due to Precinct: from town 1025.61 



Total Assets $1105.12 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets (net debt) 4568.88 



Grand Total $5674.00 

Liabilities 

Bills owed by Precinct 

Interest $ 74.00 

Notes outstanding 5600.00 



Total Liabilities $5674.00 



Grand Total $5674.00 



SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings : 

Fire Station, Walks, etc., less 5 percent $ 7096.58 
Furniture and Apparatus: 

System, etc., less 5 percent 1498.69 



Total valuation $8595.27 



RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes Feb. 24, 1937 $1200.00 

March 30, 1937 399.74 

Receipts other than Current Revenue 10.40 

Total Receipts from all sources $1610.14 

Cash on hand at beginning of year 26.24 



Grand Total $1636.38 



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PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses $ 66.87 

Interest Paid 290.00 

Indebtedness : 

Payment on Notes $1200.00 

Total Indebtedness payments 1200.00 

Total Payments for all Purposes 1556.87 

Cash on hand at end of year 79.51 

Grand Total $1636.38 



62 

STEWARTSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

March 1, 1938 



SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator 

WILMAN F. ALLEN 

Clerk 

ALICE FLANDERS 

Treasurer 

CLAUDE BAKER 

Auditors 

JOSEPH GAMACHE 
DURWOOD OWEN 

School Board 

HOMER KNAPP, Chairman Term Expires 1938 

GEORGE WEEKS Term Expires 1939 

HAROLD BROOKS Term Expires 1940 

Superintendent of Schools 

ALBERT P. KNIGHTLY 



Superintendent's Report 



_ To the Superintending School Committee and the 
Citizens of Stewartstown School District: 

General 

The future progress of our schools depends large- 
ly upon our present effort. What are we doing today, 
as a community, that has a bearing on what we hope 
our schools will be, a year from now? It is paramount 
that we know what we want and that we persist in 
seeking it, whether it be for ourselves or for the boys 
and girls of our schools. 

There will never be a dearth of opportunity 'for 
young people with vision, faith and determination. 
Vision can be developed, likewise faith and determina- 
tion. Ours is the task of instilling these concepts. 

We can all take pride in our schools and share in 
the common purpose to make them better. Our schools 
symbolize the aspiration of our people and are the 
foundation of that equality of opportunity for which 
democracy stands. 

Enrollment and Attendance 

The total enrollment is this year somewhat less 
than last year. There are 124 at West Stewartstown 
and 47 in the four rural schools. The number of tui- 
tion pupils remains practicially the sariie; 

The percentages of attendance show continued 
improvement. Cedar Brooks had a^ commendable re- 
cord of 97.26 per cent. • Grades 7-8 and Grades3-4 " at 
West StewartstQ^,i3L,,l;^d.jfry,fe.w^ tardinesses, 5 and 
7 respectively, for the 180 school days. The Hollow 
had the^pooresttardineiss record with-OJiiiiv^i.-ii* i 



64 

Health 

In our schools under the supervision of the school 
nurse, Frances Varney, we are trying to promote a 
health program which includes the following: 

1. Good environment; adequate clothes and food; 

control of communicable disease. 

2. Correction of physical defects. 

3. Fostering health habits which build for the future. 

A child cannot work at his best when handicapped 
by some physical defect. Need for glasses, for ex- 
ample, is often obvious and can be readily remedied, 
with very tangible results. 

, The more difficult task is to help the child estab- 
lish those habits which lay the foundatio'n for good 
health. This can be accomplished only by the combin- 
ed efforts of the pupil, parent, teacher and nurse. 

This ideal of a preparation for a useful life is in 
keeping with our conception of education. Adequate 
education in healthy living is essential along with that 
in sound thinking. 

Buildings and Equipment 

The buildings are for the most part in good con- 
dition. The Bear Rock School has been redecorated 
inside, a new stove was purchased for the Hollow, one 
side of North Hill School has been painted, the fence 
repaired at West Stewartstown, and numerous other 
repairs and improvements have been made. 

The district may wish to consider purchasing 
teacher desks to replace the tables now used in the 
rural schools. 

Notes On The Budget 

The total amount of the School Board's 1938-1939 



65 

budget is $16230.00 as compared with a budget of 
$16811.20 for the year 1937-38. The estimated income 
for the coming year is State Aid $4743.52, Tuition 
$55.00 and Dog Licenses $40.00 or a total of $4838.52. 
Approval of the budget as submitted would therefore 
require that $11391.48 be raised by taxation. This 
figure is slightly less than was raised a year ago. 

There is a decrease in the amount asked for 
teachers' salaries, janitor services, and interest. A 
slight increase will be noted on the following items: 
fuel, nurse, transportation and insurance. Most of the 
above changes are incidental to the closing of the 
South Hill School. 

You will note that the School District's outstand- 
ing indebtedness is $5200.00. 

Teachers 

The following changes were made in the teaching 
personnel of the district: Jeness Carlton, a graduate 
of Keene Normal School filled the vacancy at Bear 
Rock; Elizabeth Cunningham, of Farmington Normal, 
accepted the position at Cedar Brook: and Eunice 
Kelley, Gorham Normal School, was selected to fill the 
vacancy at the Hollow. 

Transportation 

The enrollment at the South Hill School became 
so small that it seemed wise to close the school and 
transport the pupils to the Hollow School. We, there- 
fore, have an extra transportation route this year. 

Conclusion 

I take this opportunity to express my appreciation 
to the members of the school board, parents, teachers 
and friends for the interest and support that they 
have given to the schools during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALBERT P. KNIGHTLY, 

Superintendent of Schools. 



66 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

RECEIPTS 





1936- 


-1937 




State Aid 






$ 5723.82 


Appropriation 






10076.72 


Tuition 






161.34 


Gulf Oil Company- 






44.76 


Dog Tax 






55.20 


Other Receipts 






8.25 



Total Receipts $16070.09 

Cash on hand beginning of year July 1, 1936 1230.62 



$17300.71 



PAYMENTS 

Administration : 

Salaries of District Officers $ 197.50 

Superintendent's Excess Salary 255.00 

Truant Officers and School Census 40.00 

Expenses of Administration 96.39 
Instruction : 

Teachers' Salaries 6915.56 

Text Books ' 183.19 

Scholars' Supplies 213.70 

Flags and Appurtenances 3.46 

Other Expenses of Instruction . . 49.68 
Operation and Maintenance of School Plant : 

Janitor Service 441.50 

Fuel . 1219.76 

Wa/ter, LightS'-and Janitor's i Supplies . 195.36 

Minor Repairs. and Expenses- , 1656.26 
Auxiliary Agencies and Special. Activities: 

Medical Inspection 430.50 

Transportation of ^;Pupils^-vt*,^?f^s*.i?> 1380.15 

High School Tuition "'"" " 2975.39 

Other Special Acti^vities -f«T5!fi:?i''. 20.00 
Fixed Charges: 

Per CB^ita;Ta^ }iif!ih»;<i^ijr,tti^ 432.00 



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Outlay for Construction and Equipment: 

Alterations of Old Buildings 45.04 

New Equipment 145.23 

Debt Service: 
Payments of Interest on Debt 262.13 



Total Payments for All Purposes $17157.80 

Cash on hand July 1, 1937 142.91 



$17300.71 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

This is to certify that we have examined the 
books and other financial records of the School Board 
of Stewartstown School District, of which this is a 
true summary for the year ending June 30, 1937, and 
find them correctly cast and properly vouched. 

J. N. GAMACHE, 
July 12, 1937 DURWOOD OWEN, Auditors 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 

1936-1937 

SALARIES OF DISTRICT OFFICERS: 

Alice Flanders, Clerk $ 5.00 

John Parker, Auditor 1936 2.50 

Wilman Allen, Auditor and Moderator, 1936 5.00 

Claude Baker, Treasurer, 1936-37 35.00 

Harold Brooks, School Board, 1936-37 50.00 

Homer Knapp, School Board, 1936-37 50.00 

George Weeks, School Board, 1936-37 50.00 



$ 197.50 



SUPERINTENDENT'S EXCESS SALARY: 

Earl P. Wadsworth, Supt's. excess salary $ 255.00 



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TRUANT OFFICERS AND SCHOOL CENSUS: 
E. W. McAllaster, Census, truant officer $ 20.00 

Emily Weeks, Census 10.00 

Clyde Day, truant officer 10.00 



EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION: 

Claude Baker, stamps and stationery 

R. E. Lane, census cards 

U. S. Post Office, envelopes 

A. P. Knightly, minor expenses 

Evelyn Annis, office work 

A.. P. Knightly, trip 

Colebrook Special School Dist., tolls 

Evelyn Annis, office work 



TEACHERS' SALARIES; 

Cleora Stillings 

Lee Hallowell 

Priscilla McConnell 

Ruth Gray 

Pearl Raymond 

Ruth Travers 

Margaret Edgar 

Kathleen Lord 

Barbara Greenwood 

Lillian Lowry 

Sybil Porter 

Doris Corbett, substitute 

Mae Drew, substitute 

Lila Lucas, substitute 



TEXTBOOKS: 

Harry Houston, writing lessons 
Scott, Foresman & Co., books 
World Book Co., books 
The Macmillan Co., books 
The L. W. Singer Co., books 
Allyn and Bacon, books 
Rand, McNally Co., books 
John C. Winston Co., books 
Ginn & Co., books 



$ 



$ 40.00 

$ 11.95 
2.90 

13.48 
5.02 

16.25 
7.00 

13.54 

26.25 

$ 96.39 

340.00 

510.00 

800.00 

320.00 

480.00 

750.00 

742.00 

722.00 

750.00 

730.00 

715.56 

32.00 

20.00 

4.00 

$6915.56 

$ 3.49 

44.36 

23.32 

8.01 

1.64 

4.02 

41.37 

11.02 

12.10 



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J. B. Lippincott & Co., books 14.26 

Houghton-Mifflin Co., books 2.61 

Webster Publishing- Co., books 16.99 



SCHOLARS' SUPPLIES: 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies 
Milton Bradley Co., supplies 
Carter Paper Co., supplies 
Edward E. Babb Co., supplies 
Scott, Foresman Co., supplies 



FLAGS AND APPURTENANCES; 
Stickney Pharmacy, supplies 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies 



OTHER EXPENSES OF INSTRUCTION: 
Milton Bradley Co., supplies 
Webster Publishing Co., class books 
Song Book & Music Co., song books 
Sentinel Publishing Co., report cards 
J. L. Hammett Co,, bookrail 
World Book Co., tests 
Scott, Foresman & Co., supplies 
Albert P. Knightly, riblDon for diplomas 
Ethel M. Frizzell, hall for graduation 



JANITOR SERVICE: 
Clyde Day 
Lora Chase 
Margaret Edgar 
Wayne Brooks 
Lawrence Brooks 
Mrs. George Dewey 
Kathleen Lord 
Doris Parrish 
Robert Owen 



$ 183.19 


$ 119.58 


45.75 


25.99 


11.60 


10.78 


$ 213.70 


$ 1.00 


2.46 


$ 3.46 


$ 5.20 


2.18 


8.10 


10.00 


1.38 


13.03 


2.99 


1.80 


5.00 


$ 49.68 


$ 261.50 


35.00 


1.00 


21.00 


15.00 


36.00 


11.00 


25.00 


36.00 



$ 441.50 



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FUEL: : 

Almon Bryan, wood $ 46.25 

Standard Oil Co., of New York, oil 54.98 

Homer Knapp, wood 101.00 

Hazen Lovering, wood 70.00 

Gulf Oil Co., oil 904.66 

H. L. Brooks, wood 42.87 



$1219.76 



WATER, LIGHTS, JANITORS' SUPPLIES: 

Procter & Gamble Co., supplies $ 4.25 

The Carter Paper Co., supplies . 4.25 

The Peck Co., towels 39.30 

L. M. Glover & Co., supplies 5.70 

C. J. Lewis, floor oil 3.90 

E. F. Royal Co., supplies 2.80 

George Weeks, prepaid express .36 

United Sweeping Corp., supplies 9.50 

Colebrook Special School Dist., floor brush 3.50 

Stoddard Aqueduct Co., water rent 60.00 

Public Service Co., lights 61.80 



$ 195.36 



MINOR REPAIRS AND EXPENSES: 
M. M. Martin, labor and repairs $ 481.50 

Johnson's Hardware, repairs 43.49 

Althea Heath, cleaning school 4.00 

G. B. Currier Co., materials 312.02 

Hicks & McKeage, repairs ' 2.25 

Charlie W. Heath, cleaning toilets 4.00 

Young's Pharmacy, supplies 123.74 

George Weeks, labor, trip, supplies 24.65 

Homer Knapp, labor and supplies 92.10 

Holman M. Brooks, labor 33.31 

Glen Brooks, labor 15.43 

Mrs. Marion Brooks, labor 23.00 

A. C. Hicks, lumber, door 193.93 

Almon Bryan, labor 2.00 

Gloria Day, cleaning 39.88 

Edward E. Babb & Co., supplies 3.30 

Glen Hughes, oiling floors 1.50 

Finley's, muresco, curtain 2.45 



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Robert Owen, banking and removing 3.00 

Susette Day, cleaning 2.00 

E. W. McAllaster, banking, labor 5.50 

Fuller Bros., labor and materials 220.11 

Daniel Stevens & Co., supplies 5.17 

H. L. Brooks, labor 4.04 

J. H. Hammett Co., supplies 6.19 

A. P. Knightly, minor expenses 7.72 



$1656.26 



MEDICAL INSPECTION: 

Frances J. Varney, School Nurse $ 429.70 

Stickney Pharmacy, medical supplies .80 



$ 430.50 
TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS: 

John D. Annis, bus insurance $ 40.95 

George Weeks, transportation, Reynold's order 863.88 

William Reynolds 85.20 

Chas. O, Stevens, Reynold's order 17.50 

Lyle McAllaster 31.12 

Joseph Lakin 70.00 

Walter Klebe , 207.50 

Nelson Fortin * 64.00 



$1380.15 



HIGH SCHOOL TUITION: 

Colebrook Special School District $ 811.25 

Canaan School District 2164.14 



$2975.39 
OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES: 

Hanson Bennett Magazine Agency, magazines $ 16.00 
American Education Press, Current Events 4.00 



OTHER FIXED CHARGES: 
State Treasurer, Per Capita Tax 

ALTERATIONS OF OLD BUILDINGS: 

Colebrook Special School District, slate 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies 





$ 20.00 


$ 


432.00 


$ 


32.00 
13.04 



$ 45.04 



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NEW EQUIPMENT: 

J. L. Hammett Co., equipment $ 49.31 

Columbia Furniture Co., equipment 68.10 

Rand, McNally Co., maps 27.82 





$ 145.23 


PAYMENTS OF INTEREST ON DEBT: 




Willis McConnell. 
Andrew McConnell 
Sadie Wood 
George Wood 


$ 45.00 
54.00 
81.00 
82.13 



$ 262.13 



73 
BUDGET FOR 1938—1939 



(Compared with Budget of 1937-38 and Expenditures 
of 1936—1937) 

Amount October Proposed 
Spent Budget Budget 
1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 



Salaries of Dist. Officers $197.50 200.00 

Supt's. Excess Salary 255.00 255.00 

Truant Officer, Census 40.00 40.00 

Exp. of Administration 96.39 100.00 

Teacher's Salaries 6915.56 6250.00 

Text Books 188.19 200.00 

Scholars' Supplies 218.70 240.00 

Flags 8.46 10.00 

Other Exp. of Instruction 49.68 60.00 

Janitor Service 441.50 400.25 

Fuel 1219.76 1150.00 

Janitors' Supplies 195.86 180.00 

Minor Repairs & Expense 1656.26 300.00 

Medical Inspection 480.50 486.28 

Transportation 1880.15 1888.00 

High School Tuition 2975.89 3045.00 

Other Special Activities 20.00 25.00 

Insurance 100.00 

Per Capita Tax 482.00 420.00 

New Equipment 145.28 75.00 

Alteration of Old Bldgs. 45.04 

Pay'ts. Principal of Debt 500.00 

Pay'ts. Interest on Debt 262.18 256.50 



200.00* 

255.00* 

40.00 

100.00 

6400.00 

200.00 

240.00 

10.00 

60.00 

400.00 

1200.00 

180.00 

800.00 

475.00 

1800.00 

3500.00 

25.00 

140.00 

422.00* 

75.00 



208.00 



$17157.80 16080.98 16280.00 



*The starred items are required by law to be raised as 
determined by the proper authorities. The district 
determines the salaries of the district officers. The 
Supervisory Union decides the district's share of the 
superintendent's salary. The State Treasurer reports 
the amount of per capita tax. 



74 

ESTIMATED INCOME OF THE DISTRICT 

1938-1939 

Tuitions (West Stewartstown) $ 55.00 

Dog Tax (January 1939) 40.00 

State Aid (December 1938) 4743.52 



Total $ 4838.52 

School Board's Budget 1938-39 16230.00 



Appropriation necesasry to balance Budget $11391.48 

NOTES OUTSTANDING 

Willis McConnell $1000.00 

Andrew McConnell 1200.00 

Sadie Wood 1800.00 

George Wood 1700.00 



Total $5700.00 

Appropriated 1937 500.00 



Total $5200.00 

REGISTRATION AND ATTENDANCE 1936-1937 






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WEST STEWARTOWN: 
Grades 1 — 2: Pearl Raymond 

40 23 34.19 36.83 92.83 10 
Grades 3 — 4 : Sybil Porter 

26 11 22.99 24.26 94.76 7 
Grades 5 — 6 : Priscilla McConnell 

35 12 27.92 29.72 93.94 23 
Grades 7 — 8 : Lee Hallowell 

33 18 26.07 27.88 93.51 5 
BEAR ROCK : Margaret Edgar 

11 6 9.53 11.28 84.48 43 
CEDAR BROOK: Ruth Travers 

17 11 12.79 13.15 97.26 44 



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HOLLOW: Kathleen Lord 

18 8 17.01 17 60 96 65 97 
NORTH HILL: Barbara Greenwood 

SOUTH HILL: Lmian Low//-'' ''''' ''•'' '' 
7 4 6.54 6.99 93.45 15 

Total 202 100 171.46 183.27 93.5 6 "322 

TEACHERS AND SALARIES FOR 1937-1938 

West Stewartstown : 

Lee Hallowell $850.00 

Priscilla McConnell 800 00 

Sybil Porter 80o!oO 

Pearl Raymond 800.00 

Bear Rock: Jeness Carlton 750.00 

Cedar Brook: Elizabeth Cunningham 750.00 

Hollow: Eunice Kelley 750.00 

North Hill: Barbara Greenwood 750.00 

ENROLLMENT JANUARY 1, 1938 

West Stewartstown, Grades 7-8, 27; Grades 5-6, 
30; Grades 3-4, 34; Grades 1-2, 33; Hollow, 15; Cedar 
Brook, 16 ; North Hill, 8 ; Bear Rock, 8. Total 171. 

NUMBER Of^ TUITION PUPILS 

Pupils attending Canaan High School 22 

Pupils attending Colebrook Academy 10 

Pupils attending Pittsburg High School 3 



Total 

Rate of Tuition Canaan — $90.00 
Rate of Tuition Colebrook — 82.50 
Rate of Tuition Pittsburg — $80.00 



35 



76 
TRANSPORTATION 1937-1938 



Rate 


Pupils Miles 


Per 


Carried One 


Driver and School Day 


Way 


West Stewartstown : 




William Reynolds $ .60 


4 2. 


Hollow : 




William Wheeler 2.50 


4 3. 


Harvey Swell: 




Walter Klebe 2.00 


2 3.5 


West Stewartstown: 




George M. Weeks 5.00 


63 16. 


West Stewartstown: 




Joseph Lakin .40 


1 1.5 


JANITORS AND SALARIES 


1937-1938 






Rate Per Week 


Clyde Day, Stewartstown 


$6.25 


Edwin Purrington, Bear Rock 


1.00 


Evelyn Brooks, Cedar Brook 


1.00 


Doris Parrish, Hollow 


1.00 


Sherburn Heath, North Hill 


1.00 



77 

This should have been Page 2 of the Treasurer's 
Report. It was omitted through an error in printing. 
May 
10 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 387.84 

Geo. M. Weeks, int. acct. taxes 14.56 

14 Geo. L. Wood, Adm., C. D. VanDyke Est., 

Inc., Francis Covell 1921 tax redemption 76.88 

Geo. R. Knapp, temporary loan 5000.00 

22 Adrian Lachance, Margaret Hawes acct. 12.50 

C. D. Noyes, rental of grader 5.33 

June 

8 State of N. H., rental for grader 52.00 

State of N. H., rental for grader 42.63 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 483.80 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 17.51 

Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1935 list 12.00 

10 State of New Hampshire, rental of grader 24,00 

Lyle McAllaster, rental of grader 5.33 

18 State of N. H., rental of grader 36.88 
State of N. H., relief reimbursement 

for April 24.92 

First Nat. Bank of Boston, Bond issue 80116.67 

19 State of N. H., reimbursement acct. Public 

Service Co. of N. H., taxes 2049.10 

22 State of N. H., rental of grader 40.00 

24 State of New Hampshire, rental of grader 32.00 
Raymond Ricker, rental of grader 31.25 
Max Carney, rental of grader 94.50 

25 State of N. H., rental of grader 22.50 

26 Beatrice I. Allen, town clerk, auto permits 113.19 
July 

6 Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, 1936 list 341.52 
Geo. M. Weeks, tax collector, int. acct. taxes 15.61 
16 Louis Day, acct. Ethel Wheeler, tax 

redemption 10.00 
Coos County, reimbursement acct. of 

Public Service Co. of N. H., taxes 2386.78 

Max Carney, rental of grader 30.00 
E. Fay Flanders, collector Diamond Pond 

rent 170.00 

24 Lyle McAllister, rental of grader 96.67 

Raymond Ricker, rental of grader 53.75 

27 State of N. H., rental of grader 15.00 
Raymond Ricker, rental of grader 87.50 



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