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Annual Reports 



of the 



TOWN OFFICERS 



of the Town of 



BARRINGTON 



For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 



1945 



Annual Reports 

of the 

TOWN OFFICERS 

of the Town of 

BARRINGTON 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 

1945 



PAGE PRINTING CO. 

DOVER, N. H. 

1946 



© 2.1 

TOWN OFFICERS 



Moderator 
ALBION WEEKS 

Selectmen 

HAROLD E. FLOWER 

WILLIAM H. FELKER LESLIE E. W OOD 

Town Clerk 
PAULINE HAYES 

Treasurer 
KATHERIXE HEXDERSOX' 

Tax Collector 
STELLA BUMFORD 

Supervisors 

LAMBERT MAYXARD 

H. T. THOMPSON ROLAXD BI'MFORI) 

Auditors 
IRENE CALEF LE\'I BUZZELf. 

School Moderator 
LEOX CALEF 

School Board 

CELTA WOOD AXXIE FELKFR 

ROY V. SWAIX 

School Clerk 
MARY CLARK 

School Treasurer 
DOROTHY ARLLX 

Auditors 
IRENE CALEF LE\'l lUZZFLF. 

Member of General Court, l^U5-l'^)4f» 
RALPH BOODY 



TOWN OF BARR1^T;T0X 
1946 TOWN WARRANT 



Article 1. To choose by ballot and inajor vote, one 
Selectman for three years, Town Clerk. Treasurer, Col- 
lectiir of Taxes, and two Auditors for ensuing- year. 

Article 2. To choose all other necessary Town 

Officer?, 

Article 3. To raise sttch sums of money as are nec- 
essary lor the support of the town poor and other town 
charges. 

Article 4. To see what sums of money the town 
\\ ill raise for maintenance of Town Roads and Bridges, 

Article 5. To see if the town will vote to raise 
^851.00 for T.K.A. the state share to be $3,404.73. 

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to raise 
$.^00.00 to be expended on the upper part of the Davis 
Hill, on the Smith Road. 

Article 7. To see if the town will vote to raise a 
sum of money for the Barrington Library. 

Article 8. To see if the town will vote to raise 
^$67.00 for the Lakes Region. 

.\rticle 9. To see what action the town wants to 
take on the Gulf Road. 

Article 10. To see if the town will vote to raise 
-S50.00 for the Jr. O.U.A.AI. for Memorial Day. 



4 ANNUAL REPORT 

Article 11. To see if the town will vote to author- 
ize the Selectmen to borrow $3,000.00 in anticipation 
of taxes. 

Article 12. To transact any other business that 
may legally come before this town meeting. 

HAROLD E. FLOWER, 
WILLIAM H. FELKER, 
LESLIE E. WOOD. 

Selectmen. 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 
BUDGET 



Estimates of Revenues and Expenditures for the 
Ensuing Year January 1, 1946 to December 31st, 1946, 
compared with Actual Revenue and Expenditures of 
the Previous Year Januarv 1, 1945 to December 3\, 
1945. 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



Increase Decrease 



56.76 





.Act. Rev. 


Est. Rev. 




Prev. Yr. 


Ens'g Yr. 




1945 


1946 


From State: 






Interest & dividend tax 


956.76 


900.00 


Railrod tax 


78.60 


78.60 


Savings bank tax 


93.64 


93.64 


From Local Sources 






Except Taxes: 






Filing fees 


5.00 


5.00 


Motor vehicle taxes 


675.65 


675.65 


National bank stock 


16.75 


16.75 


Rent of town hall 


90.00 




Poll taxes 


744.00 


700.00 


West Barrington School 






District 


300.00 
50.00 




American Woolen Co.. . 





90.00 
44.00 

300.00 
50.00 



$ 3,010.40$ 2,469.64 $ 540.76 



6 ANNUAL REPORT 

PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 

Act. Rev. Est. Rev. 

Prev. Yr. Ens'g Yr. Increase Decrease 
1945 1946 

General Government: 

Town officer.' .salaries 1.152.75 I.OOO.OO 152.75 
Town officers' expenses 

and town reports 375.98 375.98 

Election & registration 69.00 225.00 156.00 

E.xpense of town hall 117.44 125.00 7.56 

Protection of Persons 
and Property: 

Police Department . . 12.50 12.50 

Fire Department 77.94 250.00 172.05 

Health Department ... 25.25 15.00 10.25 

Vital statistics 27.00 27.00 

Highways and Bridges 

Town maintenance 4.811.10 4.000.00 811.10 

Winter 3.183.87 

Summer , . - 2,565.46 

Substitute rd. 1,028.67 
Class V money 1.966.90 1,921.20 45.70 

Library: 

Library 1 00.00 100.00 

Public Welfare: 

Town poor 209.25 400.00 190.75 

Old Age Assistance 739.36 800.00 60.64 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day 50.00 50.00 

Soldiers' aid & to their 

families «3.30 100.00 U..7() 

County tax . . 2.971.84 3,000.00 28.16 

Schools ... 15.870.50 16,392.00 521.50 



$28,660.10 $28,693.68 $1,163.61 $1,109.55 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTON ; 

INVENTORY OF THE TOWN OF HARRINGTON 

1945 



Land and Buildings 




$509,640.00 


Growing Wood and Timber 




53,000.00 


Electric Plants, Water Rights, 


Wires anc 


I 


Poles 




60,570.00 


Horses 


60 


6,475.00 


Cows 


174 


15,870.00 


Neat Stock 


14 


1.000.00 


Sheep 


16 


160.00 


Hogs 


1 


25.00 


Fowl 


3500 


2,950.00 


Porta1)le Mill, Road Machinery 




4,750.00 


Wood and Lumber 




24,783.00 


Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 




1,335.00 


Stock in Trade 


• 


6,050.00 




$686,608.00 


Less Soldiers' Exemptions 






and Exemption to the Blind 




20,905.00 




$665,703.00 



ANNUAL REPORT 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

Of the Town of Barrington in Strafford County 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1945 



HAROLD E. FLOWER, 
WILLL\M H. FELKER. 
LESLIE E. WOOD, 

Selectmen. 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand January L 1946 S 13.074.99 

1945 property taxes to collect 3,051.39 

1945 ])oll taxes to collect — regular 212.00 

1945 i^oll taxes to collect — special 336.00 

Unredeemed taxes 783.12 
Balance of S. A. O. money due 

from State ' 3,424.36 
Literest and dividend ta.xes due 

from State 188.87 

(Government bond, series F 375.00 

Sale of town propertv 75.00 

$ 21.520.73 



LTABILTTTES 

Balance of money due State to be 
expended on P)arrin:.;ton-Straf- 
ford Rid.^c Road 3.424..36 

Iwdance of town money due state 
to be exi>cndcd on Harriniitoii- 
StratTord Kid.oe K<.ad 1.499.95 

Special i)oll taxes due State when 

collected 336.00 

For tar on F.eauty Hill 500.00 

Memorial bnildinq- from snrithis 1,000.00 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTOX 9 

Due schools, 1945-46 money 8,020.50 

Dog tax, due school 121.38 

— $ 14.902.19 

Assets over liabilities $ 6,618.54 

RECEIPTS FOR 1945 

Cash on hand January 1, 1946 ^ 5,522.96 

1943 poll tax 2.00 

1944 poll tax 669.00 

1945 poll tax ■ 1,144.00 

1944 tax list 2.215.29 

1945 tax list 22,757.03 
Auto tax 675.65 
Dog- tax 131.00 
Redeemed taxes 26.38 
Filing fees 500 
Uncashed — 1944 treasurer 258.36 
Rent of town hall 90.00 
Welfare case 10.00 
Baxter case 29.00 
Fire truck, registration returned 40.00 
Savings bank tax 93.64 
R. R. tax 78.60 
Interest and dividend tax 956.76 
National bank tax 16.75 
Insurance rebate 33.03 
W. Barrington school district 300.00 
American Woolen Co. 50.00 
Class V road money 1,966.90 
Interest on taxes 49.08 

$ 37,120.43 



10 ANNUAL REPORT 

PAYMENTS FOR 1945 

Town officers' salaries $ 1,152.75 

Town officers' expenses 220.85 

Election and registration 69.00 

Town hall expense and telephone 86.30 

School telephone 31.14 

Police Department 12.50 

Fire De])artment 120.17 

Fire Dept. — special ai)i)r()p'n from siu'plus 1,021.83 

Health Department 25.25 

Vital statistics 27.00 

Town road — Winter maintenance - 3.183.87 

Town road — Snmmer maintenance 2,565.46 
Town road — snbstitnte road — part payments 1,028.67 

Town road aid 779.36 

Town poor 209.25 

Old age assistance ' ' 739.36 

Aid to soldiers and their families 83.30 

Memorial Day, Jr. O.U.A.M. 50.00 

Taxes bonght 1)}' town 54.56 

Abatements 63.27 

Tax sales costs 23.22 

Eibrary Association 100.00 

County tax 2,971.84 

Liability insurance 156.79 

Register of deeds 154.30 

Taxes redeemed 12.36 

]-)axter case, i)aid to Count}- 29.00 

Town re])orts 175.13 

I'.ounties 7.50 

Flowers for Wm. S. Davis 12.00 

Rebate, auto tax 2.21 

Schools. 1945-1946 money ' 7,850.00 

Internal revenue ^ -^ 

Special polls to state 1.020.00 

$ 24.045.44 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTON ]\ 

ITEMIZED STATEMENTS OF PAYMENTS 
Town Officers* Salaries 

Selectmen 

Harold Flower $ 225.00 

Wm. H. Felker 200.00 

Leslie E. Wood 175.00 

Treasurer 
Katheriiie Henderson 100.00 

Town Clerk 
Pauline Hayes 148.75 

Tax Collector 

Hazel Rowell. 1944 salary and fees 180.00 

Stella Bumford. 1945 part salary 100.00 

Auditors 

Irene Calef 12.00 

Levi Buzzell • 12.00 



Town Officers' Expenses 

Brown Saltmarsh Co.. post sections 1.32 

Edson Eastman Co., warrants .65 

Edson Eastman Co.. collector's sale blanks 1.00 

Edson Eastman Co., tax notices 1.61 

Hazel Row^ell, redemptions 16.50 

Leslie E. Wood, postage 4.12 

Quimby's, adding- machine paper .75 

Kendall Ag^ency. town officers' bonds 45.00 

Edson Eastman Co.. tax payment books 4.05 

Edson Eastman Co.. redemption 5.40 

Edson Eastman Co.. payment before sale book 2.83 



iZ AXXUAL REPORT 

Edson Eastman Co., redemption book 2.(U 

Assessor's Association, dues 4.00 

Edson Eastman Co.. 100 dog- tags 5.00 

Edson Eastman Co.. licenses 4.62 

Pag'e Printing" Co.. poll tax bills 6.8.5 

Pag"e Printing Co.. 1500 Outlook envelopes 9.68 

Harold Flower, postage 4.00 

Tax Association, dues 2.00 

Edson Eastman Co., collector's deeds .75 

Edson Eastman Co.. reports to treasurer pads 1.10 

Edson Eastman Co.. abatement blanks .86 

Edson Eastman Co., invoice book 27.89 

Page Printing- Co.. 1000 tax bills 17.10 

Page Printing Co., 100 notices 5.30 

Auto Truck Guide Co., auto guide 4.50 

Harold Flower, copying invoice book 10. CO 

Pauline Hayes, copying- invoice book 10.00 

Pauline Ha^'cs, fees 22.99 

Telephone 8.94 



$ 220.85 



Election and Registration 

Sui)ervisors 

Lambert I\[a_\nar(l, 4 days 16.00 

Roland P.umford. 4 days 16.00 

Lambert Maynard, 4 days 16.00 

Lecord Press. iM'inting- check lists 21.00 



69.00 



Town Hall Expenses 

Public Service Co., lights 3.00 

Xew England Tel. & Tel. Co.. telephone 55.SS 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co.. school phone 
Do\'er Hardware, door lock 
Harold Henderson, postage 
Edson Eastman Co.. supplies 



31.14 


.95 


15.00 


11.52 



117.44 



Police Department 

Harold Flower. Baxter case 7.00 

David Henderson, Baxter case 2.00 

Frank Ambrose, Baxter case 2.50 

Leslie E. Wood, dog- case 1.00 



12.50 



Health Department 

Harold Flower, 3 calls, Edith Thompson 2.00 
George McGregor, M. D. 5.00 
Dover Drug Co., fnmigators 2.25 
Harold Flower, scarlet fever cases and fum- 
igating 16.00 



25.25 



Welfare Department 

William Inglis 
Paid to: 

Boston Clothing & Penny, clothes 6.93 

Arnold Scheu, wood 14.00 

Norman Chesley, M. D., 2 calls 11.00 

Kendall Agency, fire insurance 12.00 

Edward RoAvell, wood 9.00 



14 ANNUAL REPORT 

Austin Calef. groceries 127..^'^ 

Abbie Foss : 

Paid to: 

Leslie Wood, patching- roof 6.25 

Dover Drug-, medicine 2.15 

Anna McCarthy, care 15.00 

Norman Chesley, M. D. 5.00 



Bounties 



William Garvey, 2 heads 
Douglas Stevenson. 1 head 
Eva Locke, 2 heads 
Robert Parshle}-. 1 head 
Lawrence Stevenson, 3 heads 
James Southard. 1 head 
Pegg-y Foster, 1 head 
John Preston, 2 heads 



208.72 



Old Age Assistance 

Old Age Assistance 739.36 



1.00 


.50 


1.00 


.50 


1.50 


.50 


.50 


1.00 



6.50 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 15 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

TOWN MAINTENANCE 

Winter 



Jan. 1. 2. 3. Sanding Pond Hill and Green Hill 

Lafayette Felker, truck liy. hrs. at $1.00 $ 11.50 

W. H. Felker. 11^ hrs. at 50c ' 5.75 

Robert Parshley, 11 J/, hrs. at 50c 5.75 

Jan. 27. 31 

Lafayette Felker. snow removal, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

W. H. Felker. snow removal, 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

Robert Parshley. 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Jan. 1st to Feb. 3, with plows and shovelers 

Harold Flower, 123 hrs. at 50c 58.20 

Granville Ambrose, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

William Garvey, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Kenneth Rowell, 12 hrs. at 50c 6.00 

Chester Wheeler, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Morris Wheeler, 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

Raymond Bailey. Jr., 46 hrs. at 50c 23.00 

Earl Bailey. 27 hrs. at 50c 13.50 

Robert Taylor. 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Albert Wood, 15 hrs. at 50c 7.50 

Philip Baxter,, 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Erwen Fall, 34 hrs. at 50c 17.00 

Arnold Fall, 34 hrs. at 50c 17.00 

Ernest* Dodge, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Harry Arlin, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Francis Arlin, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Wayne Robie. 2 hrs. at 50c 1.00 

Charles Mariotte, 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Merton Twomblv, 14 hrs. at 50c 7.00 



16 ANNUAL REPORT 

Leroy Twombly, 14 hrs. at 50c 7.00 

Ralph Boody. 12 hrs. at 50c 6.00 

Calvin Swain. 51 hrs. at 50c 25.50 

Rog-er Bumfcird, 51 hrs. at 50c 25.50 

Charles Bryson. 39 hrs. at 50c 19.50 

Raymond Conway, Z7 hrs. at 50c 18.50 

Ben. Witherspoon. 40 hrs. at 50c 20.00 

Joseph Macouix. 40 hrs. at 50c 20.00 

S. W. Swain. 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Warren Boyle, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Richard Xewton. 8 hrs. at 4.00 

Roland Bumford. -10 hrs. at 50c 20.00 

Herbert Meatty, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Warren Berry, 20 hrs. at 50c 10.00 

Oscar Harway. 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Lero}- Smith. 4 hrs. at .SOc 2.00 

Willis Blaisdell, 14 hrs. at 50c 7.00 

George Newton, 8 hrs. at 50c . 4.00 

Henry Newton, 6 hrs. at .50c 3.00 

Henry Newton, Jr., 6 hrs. at 50c 3,00 

T. D. Pierce, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

John Pierce. 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Carl Fernald, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Frank .\mhrose. 44 hrs. at 50c 22.00 

Roswell Gannya, 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

S. W. Swain, trnck, 55 hrs. at 1.35 74.25 

Fel). 2 to March 3 

S. W. Swain, truck, 22 hrs. at 1.35 29.75 

S. W. Swain, shoveling, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Calvin Swain, 63 hrs. at 50c 31.50 
Roger Bumford, 63 hrs. at 50c • 31.50 

Roland Bumford, 53 hrs. at 50c 26.50 

Granville y\ml)rose, .34 hrs. at 50c 17.00 

Joseph Macouix, 42 hrs. at 50c 21.00 

Kenneth Darlinir, 12 hrs. at 50c 6.00 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTOX 1/ 

Alden Baxter, 12 hrs. at 50c 6.00 

Roy Swain, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Frank Aml)rose. 2)7 hrs. at 50c 18.50 

Erwin Fall 47 hrs. at 50c 23.50 

Arnold Fall. 47 hrs. at 50c 23.50 

John Cook, 36 hrs. at 50c 18.00 

Charles Bryson, 40 hrs. at 50c 20.00 

Raymond Conwa}-. 35 hrs. at 50c 17.50 

Ernest Dodge, 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Robert Taylor. 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Philip Baxter, 5 hrs. at 50c . 2.50 

Earl Bailey. 41 hrs. at 50c 20.50 

Raymond Bailey, Jr., 47 hrs. at 50c 23.50 

John Gale. 65 hrs. at 50c '32.50 

Eewis Smith, 4 hrs. at 50c IW 

John Preston. 13 hrs. at 50c 6.50 

H. T. Thompson. 44 hrs. at 50c 22.00 

Robert Parshley, 55 hrs. at 50c 27.50 

Robert Chadbourne, 24 hrs. at 50c 12.00 

William T,owry, 39 hrs. at 50c 19.50 

Everett Landry, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.0(J 

James Landry. 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Frank E. Walker, 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Kenneth Rowell, 15 hrs. at 50c 7.50 

Harry Arlin, 17 hrs. at 50c 16.50 

Francis Arlin, 17 hrs. at 50c 16.50 

William Garvey, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Wayne Robie, 1>^ hrs. 50c .75 

Ben Witherspoon, 42 hrs. at 50c 21.00 

Warren Berry, 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

L D. Pierce, shoveling-. 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

John Pierce. 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

John Pierce. 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

Walter Hopey. 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Arthur Turner. 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Albert Wood, 38 hrs. at 50c 19.00 



18 ANNUAL REPORT 

Merton Twombly. Z7 hrs. at 50c 18.50 

Leroy Twombly. 81 hrs. at 50c 40.50 

Frank Critchett. 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Dwig-ht Haley. 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Ben. Mansfield, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Llody .^mith, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Lewis Smith, 10 hrs. at 50c 5.00 

Warren Boyle, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Wihis P>laisde]l, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Henry Xewton, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Richard Xewton, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 , 

Georg-e Newton. 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Ellis Lowry. 17 hrs. at 50c 8.50 
Frank Richar. 15 hrs. at 50c 

Carl Fernald, 20 hrs. at 50c 10.00 

Fred Reed. 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

David Preston, 7 hrs. at .50c 3.50 

Aaron Chadhourne, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Frank Cutter, 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

Joseph Parshley, 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Harold Taylor, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Herbert Drew, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Frank Drew, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Donald Drew, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Steve Fmerson, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

David Henderson, 40 hrs. at 50c 20.00 

Levi Buzzell, |)ins for snow i)low 1.50 
Harold Flower, with snow ])lo\\ . 56 hrs. at 50c 28.00 

Harold Flower, with shovelers, 24 hrs. at 50c 12.00 

Wni. H. Felker. snow removal, 86 hrs. at 50c 43.00 

Leslie Wood, 24 hrs. at 50c 12.00 

Joe Wheeler. 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

ivTelvin Bryson. 3>< hrs. at 50c 1.75 

Henry Newton. Jr., 7 hrs. at 50c 3.50 

Lloy<l Smith, 4 hrs. at .=^0c 2.00 

Charles Mariotte. 47 hrs. at 50c 23.50 

John Cook, 17 hrs. at 50c 8.50 



TOWN OF barrixc;ton 19 

Sanding- roads, Jan. 1, 2, 12, 13, Feb. 20, 23 

Henry Locke, truck. 21 hrs. at 1.35 28.35 

H. T. Thompson, 18 hrs. at 50c 9.00 

Edward Rowell. 9 hrs. at 50c 4.50 

Everett .^Ibee, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Mar. 9 Wni. Garvey, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 
}\ichard Turner, sncnv removal, 8 

hrs. at 50c 4.00 
R()l)ert Parshley, snow removal. 4 

hrs. at 50c 2.00 
April 19 Robert Parshley, snow fence, 10 hrs. 

at 50c 5.00 
Lafayette Felker, taking down snow 

fence, truck 8 hrs. at 1.00 • 8.00 

May 3 Lafayette Felker, 2 hrs. at 50c 1.00 

W. H. Felker, 10 hrs. at 50c 5.00 

Putting- up Snow Fence 

Nov. 19 Lafayette Felker, truck 6 hrs. at LOO 6.00 

Robert Parshley, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Wm. H. Felker. 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Arthur Howard, LS hrs. at 50c 7.50 

Harold Flower, exj^tress charges on plow parts 2.47 

Sanding Pond Rd. and \\^inding hills, Dec. 24-28 

Lafayette Felker, truck, 3 hrs. at LOO 3.00 

Wm. Felker, 3 hrs. at 50c 1.50 

Austin Calef, salt for highways 15.00 

Snow Plowing, Jan. 1 to Mar. 1 

Norman Berry, 261 K- hrs. at 3.00 784.50 

Helpers, 266jX hrs. at 50c L33.25 

Nov. 30 to Dec. 31 

Norman Berry, 86 hrs. at 3.00 258.00 

Helper, 86 hr.s. at 50c 43.00 



20 ANNUAL REPORT 

Jan. 1 to Mar. 1 

Raymond Bailey, 159 hrs. at 2.00 318.00 

(Hel])er time is in snow removal) 

Harold Stiles and helper. 2 hrs. at 4.50 9.00 

Maurice Caswell and helper. 16 hrs. at 4.50 72.00 

Richard Hale. 8 hrs. at 3.00 24.00 



TOWN MAINTEN.AXCE 

Summer 

Mar. 19-23. RoAvell Rd. and Beauty Hill 

Leslie Wood. 12 hrs. at 50c 6.00 

March 13. 19. 26. 31. Ditchino- Pond Hill and 
Burning- Brush at Stile Rd. 

Robert Parshley. 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

W'm. H. Felker. 7>< hrs. at .50c 3,75 

Lafayette Felker. 1^/, hrs. at 50c .75 

Robert Chadbourne, 1 1^ hrs. at 50c .75 

LaLayette Felker. truck 1 hr. at LOO 1.00 

March 17-18. Mud LT.des 

Flarold Flower. 8 hrs. at 50c . 4.00 

Mar. 17, 19. 20. 21. 22. Ain-il 2 
Mud Holes on Beauty Hill 

S. W. Swain, truck 35 hrs. at 1.35 47.25 

Calvin Swain, 22 hrs. at 50c 11.00 

Roger Bum ford. 8>< hrs. at 50c 4.25 

Alden Ba.xter, 5 hrs. at 50c 2.50 

[osej^h Macouix. 14j/<> hrs. at 50c 7.25 

Roland Bumford. 3>/. hrs. at 50c 1.75 

l-^en Withers])oon. 14^' hrs. at 50c 7.25 

Granville Ambrose, 10^/, hrs. at 50c 5.25 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 21 

April 9, Dragging- Beauty Hill 

Frank Ambrose, team. 6 hrs. at 1.00 6.00 
Mar. 3 Levi Buzzell, sharpening- tools 2.00 
April 9 John Preston, dragging Dry Hill Rd. 2.00 
Ralph Colcord, paid to Richard Tur- 
ner, cutting bushes on Cooper Rd. 9.00 
]\Iay 5 Edw. RoAvell. with grader on Row- 
ell road 4.00 

Norman Berry, grading roads 

April 9 Pond Hill road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

A])ril 10 Pond Hill road, 7 hrs. at 2.00 14.00 

10 Rowell road, 1 hr. at 2.00 2.00 

11 Rowell road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

12 Durgin road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

18 Durgin road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

19 Colcord road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

20 Stiles road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 • \ 16.00 

21 Stiles road, 4 hrs. at 2.00 ' 8.00 
21 Green hill, 4 hrs. at 2.00 8.00 

23 Beauty hill, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

24 Beauty hill, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

25 Beauty hill, 5 hrs. at 2.00 10.00 
25 Young hill. 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 
28 Young hill, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 
30 Young hill, 8 hs. at 2.00 16.00 

Mav 5 Robert Parshley, labor on roads, 14 

hrs. at 50c 7.00 

April 1 to 30, with grader 

.\rthur Howard, 120 hrs. at 50c 60.00 

April, Mud holes, Mt. Misery 

Harry Arlin, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Francis Arlin, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 



22 ANNUAL REPORT 

March 10 to 31st. Drew and Smith road 

Herbert Drew, truck -!8 hrs. at 1.00 48.00 

Paniel Ha\ve.s. 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Donald Drew. 20 hrs. at 50c ]0.(jO 

Ste])hen Emersion, 32 hrs. at 50c 16.00 

Frank Drew. 20 hrs. at 50c 10.00 

Austin Calef, gravel 7.?0 

Charles Paradise, gravel 3.00 

March 28 to April 4-12, Smith road 

Lewis .Smith, team dragging rd. 9 hrs. at 1.00 9.00 

March 19 to .Vpril 7, Mud holes 

Henr}- Locke, truck 26 hrs. at 1.^S 35.10 

H. T. Thomi)son. 26 hrs. at 50c 13.00 

Roland P)Umf()rd. 13 hrs. at 50c 6.50 

H. T. Thompson, team 2 hrs. at 1.00 2.00 

Telephone calls and tax .46 

May 2?> f.esHe Wood, with State h'wax dejit. 2.00 
.\pril 9 to 29 .Arthur Howard, with grader, 

96 hrs. at 50c 48.00 
May 23 \\x^^. H. Felker, with State higlnvay 

agent, T.R..\. 2.0) 
May 8 to 29, W'm. H. Felker. town roads. 14 

hrs. at 50c 7.00 
May 23 Harold Flower, with State highwa\- 

agent ' 2.00 
May 18 to 29. Harold Pdower. Town roads. 

9 hrs. at 50c 4.50 

May 3. 5, 7. I'.cauty Hill 

Granville Amhrose. cutting hushes. 16 hrs. 8.00 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 23 

Durgin Roads and Pond Lily Rd. 
June 4-6, Cutting trees from road 

Wm. H. Felker, 10 hrs. at 50c 5.00 

Kohert J'arshley, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Norman Berry, grading roads 

Alay 1 ]!eauty hill. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

9 Beauty hill. 4 hrs. at 2.00 8.00 

9 Hall road, 4 hrs. at 2.00 8.00 

10 Hall road, 7 hrs. at 2.00 14.00 

14 Hall road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

15 Hall road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

16 Hall road. 6 hrs. at 2.00 12.00 
16 Al. Wood road, 2 hrs. at 2.00 4.00 

23 Al. Wood road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

24 Mt. xMisery, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

25 Mt. Misery, 5 hrs. at 2.00 10.00 

25 Waterhouse road, 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 

26 Waterhouse road, 5 hrs. at 2.00 10.00 
26 Ayer Lake road. 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 

28 Pond road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

29 Pond road. 5 hrs. at 2.00 10.00 
29 Hanson ville road. 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 

2 Hansonville road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

4 Gully brook. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

June 2 .Arthur Howard; with grader. 8 hrs. 

at 50c 4.00 

A. L Hall. pd. for labor on Green hill rd. 13.12 

July 23-25, repairing bridge on \\'aterh()use Rd. 

Leslie Wood. 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Maurice Waterhouse. 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Edward Rowell. 8 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

July 24 Leslie Wood. 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 



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July, Gulf Hill 

S. W. Swain, truck 8>< hrs. at 1.35 11.48 

Joseph Macoui.x, 3jX hrs. at 50c 1.75 

Ernest Dodg-e. SjA hrs. at 50c 1.75 

Aug. 16-17-18 

.Arthur Howard, with grader, 24 hrs. at 50c 12.00 

Aug. 27-28-31, Cutting ])ushes. Beauty Hill 

Granville .Amhrose, 24 hrs. at 50c 12.(X) 

Repairing Meligo Bridge 

Fred Stone. 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

L. E. Wood, 6 hrs. at 50c 3.00 

Everett Clark, truck 1 hr. at 1.00 1.0^3 

720 ft. of lumher 39.60 

Norman Berry, grading roads 

.Vug. 14 Beauty Hill, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

16 France road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

17 Bunifaggin road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

18 Beauty hill. 8 hrs. at 2.fX) 16.00 
Sei)t.25 Berry n.ad. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

26 Berry road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

28 Ponci Hill, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

Oct. 1 Bond Flill. 4 hrs. at 2.00 8.00 

3 Houston road. 5 lirs. at 2.00 10.00 

3 Weeks road. 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 

4 Weeks road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 
4 Dynamite 1.80 
4 Blasting cajjs .36 

Sept. 25, 26, Oct. 1, 3, 4 

.\rthur Howard, with grader. 36 hrs. at 50c 18.00 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTON 25 

Sept. 24-25, Berry Road 

T-afayette Felker. truck 3 hrs. at 1.00 3.00 

Wm.H. Felker, 11 hrs. at 50c 5.50 

Jolin Preston, team 8 hrs. at 1.00 8.00 

September, Beauty Hill 

Granville Ambrose, bushes, 14 hrs. at 50c 7.00 

Octol:)er 31, hauling- culvert pipe 

Henry Locke, truck 9 hrs. at 1.35 12.15 

H. T. Thompson, 9 hrs. at 50c ' 4.50 

Roland Bumtord, 9 hrs. at 50c 4.50 

October 11-15, Dry Hill Road 

John Preston, team 4 hrs. at 1.00 4.00 

John Preston, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

\Vm. H. Felker, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Oct. 8 to 16, Pond Hill and Stiles road 

Arthur Howard, with grader, 43 hrs. at 50c 21.50 

Oct. 24 Wm. H. Felker, on T.R.A. roads, 8 

hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Oct. 31 Wm. H. Felker on Town roads, 8 

hrs. at 50c ' 4.00 

15 Harold Flow^er, on Town roads, 4 

hrs. at 50c 
24 Harold Flower, on T. R. A. roads, 8 

hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Xov. 10 Leslie Wood, on Town road 4.00 

April to October, School House road 

Jean La Londe 6.00 

Nov. 21-24, Gulf Hill washout and culverts 

Lafayette Felker, truck 16 hrs. at 1.00 16.00 

Robert Parshley. 13 hrs. at 50c 6.50 

Wm. H. Felker, 13 hrs. at 50c 6.50 



26 ANNUAL REPORT 

November 21, Seavey Road 

William Loury, with grader, 8 lirs. at 50c 4.00 

October 13 to 16 

Arthur Howard, with grader, 16 hrs. at 50c 8.00 

Washuuts, 4 hrs. at 50c 2.00 

Xovend^er, Cook and Johnson road 

S. W. Swain, truck 32 hrs. at 1.35 43.20 

Dec. 10 Harold Flower with .State foreman 17.24 
Dec. 17-24 Harold Flower, wash-outs. Gulf 

Hill, etc. 6.00 

Charles Paradise, gravel 1.70 

State of New Hampshire, gravel .70 

Nov. 15 to 24, relating culverts, cutting bushes 

DeMerritt Hill and Range roads 

\A'illiam Garvey, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Willani Garvey Jr., 9 hrs. at 50c 4.50 

Harry .\rlin, 15 hrs. at 50c 7.50 

Francis .\rlin, 13 hrs. at 50c 6.50 

Dec. 15 State of New Hamj)shire, over-run 

on T.R.A. 071.33 

Part i)ymt. on work. Substitute rd. 1.028.67 

Drew and .Smith road 

Herbert [)rew, truck 4 hrs. at 1.35 5.40 

Herbert Drew, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Frank Drew, 8 hrs. at 50c 4.00 

Spikes .50 

Relating culvert. Pond hill 

Robert Parshley, 10 hrs. at .50c 5.00 

Norman Perry, grading roads 

Oct. 8 Pond hill road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 27 

9 Pond hill road. 6 hrs. at 2.00 12.00 

10 Pond hill road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

11 Dry hill road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

12 Pond hill road, 3 hrs. at 2.00 6.00 

13 Pond hill road, 4 hrs. at 2.00 ' 8.00 
13 Stiles road. 4 hrs. at 2.00 8.00 
16 Stiles road. 6 hrs. at 2.00 12.00 

Xov. 19 Old Range road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

21 Seavey road. 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 

2Z McCarthy road, 8 hrs. at 2.00 16.00 



28 ANNXAL REPORT 

TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
January 1, 1945 to December 31, 1945 



4 auto permits 1944 
347 auto permits 1945 
2 dog" licenses 1944 
52 dog- licenses 1945 
1 dog license 1946 
14 death recordings 
17 birth recording's 
9 marriag'e recordings 
13 corrections of existing" records 
Auto tax collected $675.65 

Dog- tax collected 131.00 

Filing fees 5.00 

PAULINE W. HAYES. 

Town Clerk 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON- 29 

ANNUAL REPORT OF TAX COLLECTOR 



SUMMARY OF WARRANT 

Dr. 

Levy of 1945 

Taxes committed to Collector: 

Property taxes, resident $ 13,078.34 

Property taxes, non-resident 12,478.71 

Poll taxes, reg. at $2.00 (351) 702.00 

Poll taxes, spec, at $3.00 (372) 1,116.00 



$ 27,375.05 



Added Taxes : 

Property taxes, resident 268.21 

Property taxes, non-resident 33.22 

Poll taxes, reg. at $2.00 (6) 12.00 

Poll taxes, spec, at $3.00 (7) 21.00 

Interest collected 2.28 

First National Bank Stock Tax 16.75 

1944 delinquent polls collected 55.30 

Redeemed taxes 42.36 

Total debits $ 27,826.17 



Cr. 

Remittances to Treasurer $ 24,017.72 

Abatements, property (res.) 92.90 

Abatements, property (non-res.) 67.16 

Abatements, polls, reg. at $2.00 (H) 22.00 

Abatements, polls, .spec, at $3.00 (9) 27.00 



30 ANNUAL REPORT 

Uncollected Taxes, as per Collector's list : 

Property, res. 2.181.40 

Property, non-res. 869.99 

Poll taxes, reg. at $2.00 (106) 212.00 

Poll taxes, spec, at $3.00 (112) 336.00 

Total credits ■ $ 27.826.17 

STELLA G. BUMFORD. 

Tax Collector. 



DETTNOUENT POLL TAXES OF 1944 
SUMMARY OF WARRANT 
Dr. 
Taxes committed to Collector: 



15 ])oll taxes at $2.00 


30.00 


15 poll taxes at 3.00 


45.00 


5 adderl polls at 2.00 


10.00 


5 added i)olls at 3.00 


15.00 


Interest collected 


.30 


Total debits 







$ 100.30 



Cr 



Remittances to Treasurer 



11 poll taxes at $2.00 


22.00 


11 i)oll taxes at 3.00 


33.00 


9 abatements at 2.00 


18.00 


9 abatements at 3.00 


27.00 


Interest collected 
Total credits 


.30 



$ 100.30 



TOWN OF BARRIXGTON 31 

Balance of 1944 Tax List 
As of January 1st, 1945 

Dr. 

I'ncollected Taxes 

Property taxes $ 2.206.38 

Poll taxes. Ill at $2.00 222.00 

Poll taxes. 115 at $3.00 345.00 

Aflded Taxes 

Property tax 8.91 

Poll taxes. 16 at $2.00 32.00 

Poll taxes, 16 at $3.00 48.00 

Interest collected 45.91 

Poll taxes, 16 at $3.00 48.00 

$ 2,908.20 



Cr. 

Remittances to Treasurer 

Property taxes $ 2.215.29 

Poll taxes 572.00 

Interest collected 45.91 

Poll taxes warranted to ensuing collector 

15 at $2.00 30.00 

15 at $3.00 45.00 



$ 2,908.20 



1943 Poll Tax 

Dr. 

Added tax, 1 at $2.00 $ 2.00 

Interest _23 



$ 2.23 



32 ANNUAL REPORT 

Cr. 

Remittance to Treas., 1 poll tax $ 2.00 

Interest -23 

$ 2.23 

STELLA G. BUMFORD, 

Tax Collectr)!". 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 
TREASURER'S REPORT 



RECEIPTS 



Jan. 1 Cash en hand $ 5.522.9;) 

Selectmen, American Woolen Co.. 

graveling- Howage 50.00 

Feb. 13 Hazel Rowell. 1944 tax list 536.58 

Hazel Rowell, poll taxes 153.00 

Hazel Rowell, 1944 interest 8.19 

Hazel Rowell. 1943 interest on polls .23 

Hazel Rowell, 1943 poll tax 2.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 36.65 

Mar. 1 Pauline Hayes, filing fees 5.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 77.70 

Hazel Rowell. 1944 tax list 786.42 

Hazel Rowell, 1944 poll tax 125.00 

Hazel Rowell, 1944 interest 16.50 

April 7 Cecil Shepard, redeemed tax 4.92 

Kendall Agency, returned premium 33.03 

Pauline Hayes, dog tax 6.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 390.33 

Hazel Rowell, 1944 tax list 892.29 

Hazel Rowell, 1944 poll taxes 294.00 

Hazel Rowell. 1944 interest 21.22 

May 5 Pauline Hayes, auto tax 38.77 
Pauline Hayes, dog tax 17.00 
Leon Thompson, taxes 7.89 
Mrs. Monroe, taxes 3.56 
State of New Hampshire, registra- 
tion fee returned 40.00 
Harrison White, redeemed tax 10.01 

July 7 State of N. H.. Class V money 1.966.90 
N. E. Tel. 8z Tel. Co.. rent of town 

hall 30.00 

Wilbur Drew. Baxter case 25.00 



34 ANNUAL REPORT 

Selectmen, Baxter case 4.00 

Stella Bumforcl. 1944 tax list, polls 45.30 

Stella Bumfoi-d. 1945 tax list 166.00 

Stella Bumforcl. Xational bank stock 16.75 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 36.20 

Pauline Hayes, dog- tax 19.00 

Aug. 4 N. E. Tel., rent of town half 10.00 

Stella Bumford, 1945 tax list 2,021.51 

Stella Bumford, 1944 poll taxes 5.00 

Stella Bumford. 1945 poll taxes 110.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 17.85 

Pauline Hayes, dog tax 40.00 

Aug. 30 Stella Bumford, 1945 tax list 3,439.32 

Stella Bumford, 1945 poll taxes 122.00 

Sept. 1 Pauline Hayes, auto tax 12.08 

Pauline Hayes, dog tax 28.00 

N. E. Tel., rent of town hall 10.00 

Oct. 6 Stella Bumford, 1945 tax list 3,917.76 
Stella Bumford. 1945 poll taxes 253.00 
Selectmen, redeenu^d tax, Baxter 30.0^) 
Selectmen, red'med tax, Leon Thomp- 
son 12.36 
Pauline Hayes, auto tax 24.64 
Pauline Hayes, dog tax 6.00 
X. E. Tel., rent of town hall 10.00 

X..V. 3 Stella Bumford. 1945 tax list 3,570.44 

Stella Bumford., 1945 poll taxes 118.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 21.96 

X. E. Tel., rent of town hall lO.m 

Dec. 1 i>ois Colcord, Treas. Canaan School 

district 300.00 

X. E. Tel., rent of town hall 10.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 10.54 

Pauline PTayes, dog tax 2.00 

Stella P.umford, 1945 lax list 4.501.42 

Stella Bumford, 1^45 ])oll taxes 264.00 

Stella P.umford, 194-1 ix.ll taxes 5.00 



TCn OF B\^ TNGTON 35 

26 Lafayette ^P'ker, uncrshed checks 258.36 
State of N H.. savinr^s bank tax 93.64 
State of N. H., railroad tax 78.60 
State of N. H., interest and divi- 
dends tax 956.76 

31 Pauline Hayes, dog- tax 13.00 

Pauline Hayes, auto tax 8.9.3 

Selectmen, from Welfare case ' 10.00 

Stella Bumford. 1945 poll taxes 221.00 

Stella Bumford, 1945 tax list 5,196.22 

Stella Bumford. interest 2.28 

N. E. Tel., rent of to^vn hall 10.00 



1945 



Total .^ 37. 120. J 3 



ORDERS PAID 



Feb. 3 Public Service Co., lig-hts 1.00 
Lafayette Felker. sanding 13.00 
State of New Hampshire. O.A.A. 56.33 
W. H. Felker, sanding and shovel- 
ing snow 15.50 
Raymond Bailey, snow plowing 184.00 
Harold Stiles, snow plowing ' 9.00 
Harold Flower, snow removal 58.20 
New England Telephone 7.74 
Norman Berry, snow removal 439.25 
Granville Ambrose, snow removal 3.00 
William Garvey. snow removal 2.95 
Kenneth Rowell. snow removal 6.00 
Chester Wheeler, snow removal 3.45 
Morris Wheeler, snow removal 2.00 
Raymond Bailey. Jr.. snow plow and 

shoveling 23.00 

Earl Bailev. snow removal 13.50 



36 ANNUAL REPORT 

Robert Taylor, snow removal 5.50 

Albert Wood, snow removal 6.50 

Philip Baxter, snow removal 5.50 

Irwin Fall, snow removal 17.00 

Arnold Fall, snow removal 17.00 

Ernest Dodge, snow removal v3.75 

Harry Arlin, snow removal J^.OO 

Francis Arlin, snow removal 8.00 

Wayne Robie, sno\v removal 1.00 

Charles Mariotti, snow removal 5.50 

•Arthur Wheeler, snow removal 2.00 

Alerton Twomblv, snow removal 6.40 

Leroy Twomblv. snow removal 7.00 

Ralph Boodey, snow removal 6.00 

S. W. Swan, snow removal 74.25 

Calvin Swain, snow removal 25.50 

Roger Bumford, snow removal 25.50 

Charles Bryson, snow removal 19.50 

Raymond Conway, snow removal 18.50 

Ben Witherspoon, snow removal 18.75 

Joseph Macouix, snow removal 17.25 

S. \\". Swain, snow removal 5.50 

W^arren Boyle, sno\\' removal 2.95 

Oscar Harway, snow removal 4.00 

Richard Newton, snow removal 4.00 

Roland Bumford. snow removal 20.00 

Herbert Meatt}-, snow removal 3.00 

Warren Berr}\ snow removal 10.00 

Leroy Smith, snow removal 1.95 

Willis Blaisdell, sno\v removal 7.00 

George Newton, snow removal 4.00 

Henry Newton, snow removal 2.95 

Henry Newton, Jr., snow removal 3.00 

J. D. Pierce, snow removal 8.00 

[ohn Pierce, snow removal 8.0C) 

Carl Fernald. snow removal 4.00 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 2,7 

Frank Aml:)rose, simw removal 20.75 
Roswell Gaunya. snow removal 2.50 
Albert Gaunya. sncnv removal 2.00 
Harold Flower, clothes and groc- 
eries for Wm. Ing-lis 6.93 
Frank Kendall Agency, liability ins. 156.79 
Maurice Caswell, snow removal 72.00 
IMar. 3 Levi Buzzell, auditing books 12.00 
Austin Calef, auditing books 12.00 
Public Service Co., lights 1.00 
S. W. Swain, work Avith truck 33.70 
Calvin Swain, snow removal 31.50 
Roger Bum ford, snow removal 31.50 
Roland Bumford. snow removal 26.50 
Granville Ambrose, snow removal 17.00 
Joseph Macouix, snow removal 21.00 
Kenneth Darling, snow removal 6.00 
Alden Baxter, snow removal 6.03 
Roy Swain, snow removal 1-50 
Frank Ambrose, snow removal 18.50 
Erwin Fall, snow removal 23.50 
Arnold Fall, snow removal 23.50 
John Cook, snow removal 18.00 
Charles Bryson. .snow removal 20.00 
Raymond Conway, snow removal 17.50 
Ernest Dodge, snow removal 5.50 
Robert Taylor, snow removal 3.00 
Philip Baxter, snow removal 2.50 
Earl Bailey, snow removal 20.50 
Raymond Bailey, snow removal 23.50 
John Gale, snow removal 32.50 
Lewis Smith, snow removal 2.00 
John Preston, snow removal 6.50 
H. T. Thompson, snow remval 22.00 
Robert Parshley, snow removal 27.50 
Robert Chadbourne, snow removal 12.00 



38 ANNUAL REPORT 

\Vm. Lowry. snow remnval 19.50 

Everett Landry, snow removal 4.00 

James Landry, snow removal 4.00 

Frank Walker, snow removal 5.50 

Kenneth Rowell. snow removal 7.50 

Harry Arlin. snow removal 16.50 

Francis Arlin, snow removal 16.50 

William Garvey, snow removal 4.00 

Wayne Robie, snow removal .7? 

Ben Witherspoon, snow removal 21.00 

Warren Berry, snow removal 2.50 

J. D. Pierce, snow removal 5.50 

John Pierce, snow removal 2.50 

Walter Hopey, snow removal 4.00 

Arthnr Tnrner, snow removal v3.00 

Albert Wood, snow removal 19.00 

Merton Twombly. snow removal 18.50 

Lerov Twombly, snow removal 40.50 

Frank Critchett, snow removal 3.00 

Dwiofht Halev, snow removal 3.00 

Ben Mansfield. snoA\' removal 3.00 

Lloyd Smith, snow removal 3.00 

Lewis Smith, snow removal 5.00 

Warren Boyle, snow rcmo\-al 3.50 

Willis Blaisdell, snow removal 3.50 

Henry Newton, snow removal 3.50 

Richard Newton, snow removal 3.50 

Georo-e Newton, snow removal 3.50 

Fllis Lowry, snow removal 8.50 

Frank Ricker, snow removal 7.50 

Carl Fernald, snow removal 10.00 

Fred Reed, snow removal 2.00 

David Preston, snow removal 3.50 

.\aron Chadbournc, snow removal 3. .50 

Frank Cutter, sno\\ nnioval 2.50 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 39 

Joseph Parshley, snow removal 3.50 

Harold Taylor, snow removal 8.00 

Richard Hale, snow removal 24.00 

Herbert Drew, snow removal 1.50 

Frank Drew, snow removal 1.50 

Donald Drew, snow removal 1.50 

Steve Emerson, snow removal 4.00 

Brown & Saltmarsh, town clerk 1.32 

David Henderson, snow removal 20.00 

Raymond Bailey, snow removal 134.00 

Wentworth Hospital, veteran's aid 83.30 

Edsoii Eastman, collector's warrant 3.26 

Hazel Rowell. redemption 16.50 

State of New Hampshire, O.A.A. 53.63 

Harold Flower, snow removal 40.00 

Fred C. Hall, overpaid on tax 1.22 

Arnold Tucker, overpaid on tax 1.37 

William Murray, overpaid on tax .52 

Alfred Plourde, overpaid on tax 2.56 

Levi Buzzell. .sharpening tools 3.50 

Henrv Locke, sanding and snow 43.35 

W. H. Felker, snow removal 43.00 

Leslie Wood, snow removal 12.00 

Joseph Wheeler, snow removal 2.00 

Quaker Rubber Cor't. fire hose 519.40 

Lambert Maynard, firemen's meeting 2.00 
Studley FloAver Garden, funeral of 

Wm' Davis 12.00 

Melvin Bryson, snow removal 1.75 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. 24.78 

Roland Bumford. supervisor 16.00 

Lambert Maynard, supervisor 16.00 

H. T. Thompson, supervisor 16.00 
Ai>ril 7 Eastern Fire Equii)ment Co., pump 

and equipment 361.14 

Henry Newton Jr., snow removal 3.50 



40 ANNUAL REPORT 

Lloyd Smith, snow removal 2.00 

Arnold Scheu, wood for Wm. Inglis 10.00 

Harold Henderson, postag-e 15.00 

Hazel Rowell, taxes boug-ht by town 54.5') 
Hazel Rowell, postage, redemption, 

salary and fees 203.22 

Anna Morin, redemption fees 129.00 

Earl Wood, postage and i^oad work 10.12 

Norman Berry, snow removal 478.50 

Page Printing Co., town reports 175.13 

Edward Quimby, 'adding mach. ribbon .75 

Robert Parshlex', road work 8.00 

Ethel Waldron. real estate reptn't .70 

Frank Kendall Agency, town bonds 45.00 

Edson Eastman, su])plies 14.32 

Wm. H. Felker, road work 6.25 

F^ublic Service Co., lights 1.00 

State of New Hampshire. O.A..\. 54.13 

X. E. Tel. .^' Tel. Co. 7.24 

Harold Flower, paid ont Arlin fire 19.25 

State of New Hampshire, spec, polls 348.00 

Harold Flower, postage & road work 8.00 

Charles Mariotti, snow removal 23.50 

A])ri] 10 Frank Ambrose, rcmd work 6.00 
John Cook, sno\\- removal 8.50 
Anna Morin, mortgage reports 5.00 
John Preston, road work 2.00 
Ralph Colcord. bushes and snow re- 
moval 13.00 
16 S. W. Swain, road work 86.50 
Internal Revenue 7.20 
State of New Hampshire, registra- 
tion of fire truck, returned -10.00 
Town clerk, town tax on fire truck 2.22 

May 1 Anna Morin, 98 transfer cards 19.60 

State of New Ham])shire. O.A.A 61.00 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 41 

Eastern Fire Equipment, fire .su])plies 7.20 

Harold Flower, part salary 25.0() 

Edward Rowell, with grader 4.00 
5 Eastern Fire Equipment, suction 

hose and supplies 24.97 
Association of N. H. Assessors, as- 
sessors' dues 4.00 
Edson Eastman, supplies 9.62 
Norman Berr}-, grader 208.00 
■ Robert Parshley, road work 7.00 
Lafayette Felker, snow fence 9.00 
Wm. H. Felker, snow fence 5.00 
Arthur Howard, with grader 60.00 
Harry Arlin, mud, road work 8.00 
Francis Arlin, road work 8.00 
William Garvey, snow removal 4.00 
Herbert Drew, Drew road 48.00 
Daniel Hawes, Drew Road 8.00 
Donald Drew, Drew road 10.00 
Stephen Emerson, Drew road 16.00 
Frank Drew, Drew road 10.00 
Austin Calef, gravel 7.30 
Charles Paradise, gravel 3.00 
Lewis Smith, dragging roads 9.00 
Harold Flower, paid Geo. Perkins. 

fighting fires 1.50 

A. I. Hall, refund on auto tax 2.21 

7 Xew England Tel. .R: Tel. Co. 7.14 

Henry Locke, road work 57.06 

Marion Buzzell. bounties 1.00 

25 Elmer Wiggin, Memorial day 50.00 

June 2 George McGregor, inspec'n of home 5.00 

State of New Hampshire, O.A.A. 61.25 

Leslie Wood, T.R.A. 2.00 

Arthur Howard, road work 48.00 

Record Press, checklists 21.00 



42 ANNUAL REPORT 

Norman Chesley, Wm. Ing-Hs 6.0O 

W. H. Felker. roads and bounties 12.0Q 
Harold Flou-er, roads, bounties, and 

health 22.70 

11 New Eng-land Tel. & Tel. Co. 7.42 
30 School Board 1,350.CO 

Jul}- 7 Eastern Fire E(|uiptnent Co.. ()uni|» 

for truck 75. CO 
Leslie Wood, work on roof at AI)bie 

Foss 6.25 

State of New Hampshire. 0..\..\. 57.88 

Edson Eastman, supplies 11.5? 
Frank Kendall Agency, insurance on 

Wm. Inglls ' 12.00 

Granville Ambrose, cutting- bushes 8.00 

W. H. Felker. road work and bount}- 8.50 

Norman Berry, g-rader 222.00 

.\rthur Ho\\'ard, with g-rader 4.00 

Stella Runiford, redeem tax 12.36 

Pag-e Printing Co.. supplies Ui.53 

Ruth Avery, dues 2.00 
Harold Flower, police and liealth 

officer 12.00 

David Henderson, Baxter case 2.00 

Frank Ambrose, l'>axter case 2.50 

Harold Flower, warden foiu" fires 23.20 

12 iVew England Tel. cK: Tel. Co. 6.00 
Leon Thomi^son, due on taxes .5.^ 
Eastern Fire E(|uii). Co.. fire siren 7.50 

-Vug. 4 Harlan Calcf, material used on fire 

truck 26.62 

State of New Hanii)shire. C.A.A. 59.50 

A. 1. Tiall. Melvin Hall road 13.12 

Edson Eastman, snp])1ies .^O.CjO 

Eeslie Wood, roads 15.00 

S. W. Swain, road \\-ork 17.48 



TOWN 07 BARRINGTOX 43 

Page Printing Co.. tax bills & slips 22.40 

Martin Brock, overcharge on lumber 57.60 

18 County of Strafiford, Baxter case 29.00 

24 Leslie Wood, part salary 50.a') 

Sept. 1 State of New Hampshire. O.A.A. 59.08 

Xe\\' England Tel. c^ Tel. Co. 8.94 

Arthur Howard, with grader 12.00 

School Board ]. 000.00 

Granville Ambrose, cutting bushes 12.00 

Harold Flower, copying invoice bk. 10.00 

Oct. 6 State of New Hampshire, 0..\.A. 59.75 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 11.03 

Fred Stone, Meligo bridge 2.00 

Everett Clark, trucking plank 1.00 

L. E. Wood, Meligo bridge 3.00 

Archie Hunt, phmk for bridge 39.60 

School Board 2.000.00 

Norman Berry, grader 154.16 

Arthur Howard, with grader 18.00 

W. H. Felker, road work 17.50 

Granville 'Ambrose, cutting bushes 7.00 

Harold Flower, scarlet fever case 1.00 

Nov. 3 State of New Hampshire, O.A.A. 97.31 

Henry Locke, hauling pipe 12.15 

H. T. Thompson, hauling culvert 4.50 
Roland Bumford. hauling culvert & 

pipe 4.50 

School Board 1,500.00 

John Preston, road work 8.00 

Arthur Howard, road ^\•ork 21.50 

W. H. Felker, road work 8.00 
Harold Flower, roads, Ablue Foss 

and bounties 9.15 

Anna McCarthy, care of Abbie Foss 15.00 
Norman Chesley, M.D.. calls to Ab- 

lue Foss and W^m. Inglis 10.00 



44 ANNUAL REPORT 

State of New Hampshire, T.R.A. 773.36 

9 State of New Hampshire. T.R.A. 6.0O 

Dec. 1 Counts- of Strafford 2,971.84 

Treasurer of Library Ass'n 100.00 

Edward RoAvell, 1 cord slabs 9.0<) 

Arnold Scheu. slal:)S for Wm. Ing"h's 4.00 

Leslie Wood, road work 4.00 
Jean Lalonde, work on school house 

road 6.00 

State of New Hampshire, O.A.A. 59.75 

.Arthur Howard, road work 17.50 

Lafayette Felker, road work 22.00 

Robert Parshley, snow fence 9.50 

William Lowry, <:^rader 4.00 

W. H. Felker. road work * 13.50 

S. W. Swain, road work 43.20 

Harold Flower, road Avork 6.00 

Auto & Truck Guide — auto ^-uide 4.50 

School Board 2,000.00 

Rev. Russell Brooks, marj-iag-e ret. .50 

State of N. H., special poll taxes 672.(X) 

William Ramsdell. fires 5.00 

Harlan Calef, fires 5.00 

Fred Ramsdell, fires 1.00 

Kenneth Treble, fire 2.00 

Leeman Wormwood, fire 2.00 

Harold Henderson, fire 1.00 

Ben Mansfield, fire 1.00 

Richard Rowell, fire 1.00 

Charles Paradise, gravel 1.70 

State of New Ham]:)shire, g'ravcl .70 
William Garvey, culvert work on 

Mt. Misery ' 8.50 
Harrv .Arlin, bushes, culverts, snow 

fence 8.50 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 45 

Francis Arlin. hushes, ciilvtrts, snow 

fence ^-^^^ 

15 State of N. H.. over run on T.R.A. 971.33 
State of N, H., work on Substitute 

road 1.028.67 

31 State of N. H., O.A.A. 59.75 

New Eno-land Tel. c^ Tel. Co 15.53 
Harold Flower, expres:^ charge on 

snow plow part 2.47 
Herbert Dre\Y, culvert work. Drew 

Road 9.40 

Frank Drew, culvert work. Drew Rd, 4.50 

Austin Calef, town poor & town rds. 152.40 

Xornian Berry, grrader and plowing 387.00 

AV. H. Felker, sanding", culverts 9.50 

Teslie Wood, salary 125.00 

W. H. Felker, salary 200.00 

Harold Flower, salary 200.00 

Katherine Henderson, salary 100.00 

Stella Bumford, salary 100.00 

Pauline Hayes, salary, fees, postage 198.24 

Norman Berry, snow plowing 56.00 

R. D. Hutchins. Ha:?lett fire 14.00 



$ 24,045.44 



We herebv certify that we have examined the fore- 
going accounts and find them proi^erly vouched and 
correctly cast. 

IRENE CALEF, 
LEVI BUZZELL, 

Auditors. 



46 ANNUAL REPORT 

REPORT OF FIRE DEPARTMENT AND 
FIRE WARDEN 



FIRE DEPT — SPECIAf. FROM SURPLUS 

Eastern Fire Equi])ment Co., portable pump $ 258.00 
Fog' nozzle, nozzles, fitting;s, suction hose, 

adapters and spanners 1 35. .SI 



$ 393.31 



Quaker Hose and Rubber Corp.. 1000 ft. I/2 

double jacket hose and couplings 519.40 

Eastern Fire Ef[uipnient Co.. 1 booster pump 75.00 

Siren 7.50 



$ 82.50 
University of N. H.. material for fire truck 26.62 



Total $1,021.83 

Overrun of $21.83 

Chinmey fire at Marshall Hazlett, North- 
wood Fire Dept. $ 14.00 

Chimney Fires at: Frank Ricker's, Hollie Corbett's. 
Lewis Smith's. George Anderson's 

Woods Fire: Brock's Mill. Pond Hill. 

Slash Fire : Hayes' and Haley's lot. 

House Fire: Frank Arlin Est. 

Out of Town Call: Durham. 

Roswell Gaunya. chief 1944-45 1.50 

William Ramsdell. chief 1945-46 5.00 

Harold Flower, fire warden 2.00 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 47 

Harlan Calef, deputy 14.95 

Everett Clark, fle]iuty 1.50 

David Henderson 3.75 

Leon Calef 5.00 

Harold Henderson 2.50 

Kenneth Treble 5.75 

Benj. Mansfield 2.00 

George Perkins 1 50 

FredRanisdell 1.00 

Richard Rowell 1.00 

Leroy Smith .50 

Fielding Taylor 1.50 

Lewis Blake 1.50 

Milton Baxter 1.50 

Earl Wood .75 

Jack Bodge .75 

A\'illiam Ferron .75 

Ray Bailey .75 

Philip Baxter .75 

Arnold Schen 2.50 

C. L. Calef 1.25 
Lambert Ma}'nard. attending meeting at Ca- 

lef's Hall 2.00 

Total $ 77.95 



48 ANNUAL REPORT 

PREVENT FOREST FIRES — IT PAYS 

An avera^^e of 7,300 acres of woodland are l)urne(^- 
over hy forest fires in New Hampshire each year des- 
troying' many thonsand dollars worth of property of all 
description. It costs many additional thousands of 
dollars and requires valuable man hours, taken fronr 
other essential work, t) extinguisli them. These losses 
affect the personal fortunes of the owners and to\\-n 
and state economies. Ever}()ne loses because of them. 

Analysis of fire causes reveal the fact that more than 
98 percent of all forest fires are, consistently, the result 
of human carelessness and are preventable! 

We have been extremely ft)rtunate during' the i)'ist 
few years. Favorable fire weather and \\ar time restric- 
tions on travel which kept people off the hig-hways and 
out of the woods have aided materially in reducing fire 
risks, keeping fires fewer and fire losses low. 

We now face chang'ed conditions. People can travel 
freely. Their love for travel and the freedom of the 
woods will bring- them out in ever increasing numl)ers. 
This \\ill ste]) up fire risks materially. The accelerated 
cutting- of the war years has resulted in additional thou- 
sands of slash acres. These factors, combined with a 
])ossil)le drv season and human carelessness coidd easily 
jjroduce a catastro])he. Everyone must, consefjuentl}'. 
be on their guard. They should 

1. P)e careful \\'\th fire or w lien smoking in or near 
woodlands. 

2. Cooperate with the local forest fire warden and 
his deputies by 

a. .\biding cheerfully with whatever restrictions 
it may be necessary to inijiose. They are in- 
tended onl\' to be helpful. 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 49 

1). Securing- permits to burn (lel:>ris when the 
ground is not covered with snow. 

c. Seeing- that others comply with requirements. 

d. Promptly coming- to the warden's assistance 
\\hen needed. 

If these few fundamental practices are folloAved it 
A\ill be possible to PREVENT a large proportion of 
FOREST FIRES from starting'—that PAYS! 

1945 Fire Record 

Number of fires, 3 

Acreage burned 1^^ 

Number of fire permits issued 20 

HAROLD E. FLOWER, 

Forest Fire Warden 



50 AXNFAL REPORT 

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 
OF SCHOOLS 



To the School Board and Citizens of Barn'nci'ton r 

The present organization of the schools is as follows: 

Room Grades Teacher Pnpil> 

Additicjnal I Miss Fh)rys E. Smith 15 

Primary 11 Airs. Martha Bennett 29 

Intermediate III. IV Miss Melba C. Parshley 22 

Gramniar V, VT Mrs. Miriam I.. Chad- 

1)ourn 36 

Junior VII, VIII Mrs. Rutii Y. Scruton 28 

Total elementary enrollment 130 

Music Mrs. Sadie L. Merriam 

School Nurse Miss Afyrtle Fletcher. R.X. 

ENROLLED IN HIGH SCHOOLS 

.A.ustin-Cate Academy 3 

Dover Hig;h School 2/ 

S])auldiny; Hig'h School. Rochester !>' 

Total 48 

W'ith the end of \\'orld \\'ar II last summer, certain 
defense measures in the schools, such as air-raid ])re- 
cautions. came to an end. However, the savings ])ro- 
g'ram through bonds and stamps is intended to continue 
indefinitely. Post-war educational ])lans and policies 
were outlined in my re])ort last }ear. 

It now a])pears that the new I)arrington school 
building was constructerl at a ver}- opportune time, 
hiven if the government again offers aid (which is by 
no means certain), the costs of future building ojjcra- 



TOWN OF BARRINGTON 51 

tions will probably l^e nuich advanced. For the time 
l)einf^\ the Grange is holding its meetings in the school 
buildings. In rettirn, this organzation has contributed 
substantial!}- to the cost of additional furnishings for 
the room occupied. 

Transportation has l)een reorganized in part, reliev- 
ing overcrowding of buses and furnishing a more ac- 
ceptable schedule for the Green Hill section. By a 
slight adjustment in school hours, it has been found 
possible to provide means of trans-iortation to Dover 
High School, a great accommodation to a numl;er of 
families. 

Audiometer tests for hearing were given la'^t year, 
and a dental clinic was held in Aoril. at wdiich .31 punils 
Mere treated. Miss Margaret MacDonald A\ithd'-e\v t ^ 
accei)t another position, after 15 vears of service in the 
district. State Commissioner of Education James N. 
Pringl" has recently retired. He was abvavs interested 
in Barring-ton school affairs, and was a speaker at the 
dedication of the new school. 

The date of this report is the 200th anniversary of 
the birth of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, Swiss educa- 
tional pioneer. Instead of the prevailing methods of 
education for the few. consisting" in memorizing written 
words without regard for their meaning", beaten in by 
continual' floggings, this g'rent man advocated educa- 
tion for the common people, inculcated by kindness, and 
including such himianities as music, drawing", history, 
geography, and science, as well as improved methods in 
the three R's. Colburn's Arithmetic and other ]>ro- 
gressive textbooks of the nineteenth century were 
based on his principles, which he carried out with a 
grou]:) of refugee children in a situation ver}' much like 
that in Europe toda}'. He believed in the education of 
"the whole child" by teachers trained for their pro- 
fession. 



52 ANNUAL REPORT 

One of the striking- features of our own day is the 
advance in visual education. No modern school is com- 
plete without access to audio-visual equipment for in- 
structural purposes. Steps are now being taken to 
interest org^anizations in Barrington in a cooperative 
project for the ownershii) and use of a moving picture 
projector with sound. Besides its entertainment value 
in community programs, such an outfit would go far 
toward fulfilling; the obligations for adult education fa- 
cilites. as well as furnishing an indispensable adjunct 
to classroom instruction. 



HONOR ROLL OF PERFECT ATTEND.WXE 

FOR ONE YEAR 

Peggy Foster, Betty Bailey, Mary Fall, Helen Caldwell, 
Erwin Fall, June Jones, Caroline Lowry, John Pierce, 
Arnold Fall, Maurice WHieeler. 



CHESTER W. DOE, 

Superintendent of Schools 



January 12, 1946 



TOWN OF HARRINGTON 53 

SCHOOL BOARD'S ESTIMATE FOR 1946-1947 



For School Year Beginning July 1, 1946 

Teachers' salaries $ 5,135.00 

Text huoks 250.00 

Scholars" supplies 295.00 

Flags and appurtenances 10.00 

Other expenses of instruction 80.00 

Janitor service 620.00 

Fuel 525.00 

A\'ater, light cv janitor's supplies 225.00 

Minor repairs and expenses 325.00 

Medical inspection 340.00 

Transportation of pupils 4,950.00 

Other special activities 50.00 



$ 12.805.00 



Other Statutory Requirements: 

Salaries of district officers 201.00 

Truant officers and school census 30.00 

Schools and Academies: 

Payment of tuition in high 6,260.00 

Sui:)erintendent's excess salary 225.00 

Per capita tax 398.00 

Payment of district debt 1,000.00 

Interest on district debt 322.50 

Expenses of administration 75.00 



$4-8,511.50 
$ 21,316.50 



54 AXXUAL REPORT 

Estimated Income of District : 

From state 
Dos: tax 



Special Appropriations : 

Insurance 

New equipment 



5,000.00 




100.00 




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+ 176.00 


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Total assessment required to cover budg-et 

and appropriations $ 16,392.50 



TOWN OF BARRINGTOX 55 

ANNUAL REPORT OF DISTRICT TREASURER 



Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1945 

Cash on hand June 30, 1944 $ 303.74 

Received from selectmen 12,277.13 

Received from selectmen, deficiency 1.350.00 

Dog- tax 162.00 

Received from state treasurer 5,417.37 

Received from all other sources 10.59 



Total amount available for fiscal }ear $ 19,520.83 

Less school board orders paid 18,736.19 



Balance on hand as of June 30, 1945 $ 784.64 

DOROTHY G. ARLIN, 

District Treasurer. 



Auditors' Certificate 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements and other financial records 
of the treasurer of the school district of Barrington, of 
Mhich the above is a true summary for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1945. and find them correct in all res- 
pects. 

LEVI H. BUZZELL. 
IRENE H. CALEF, 

Auditors. 
July 7. 1945 



56 AXNUAL REPORT 

• 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF BARRINGTON 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 



For Year Ending' June 30, 1945 

Receipts : 

Eqvialization fund for elementary schools 
from state $ 5.417.37 

For support of elcmentarx' scliools. taxation \ 2. 277. 1 5 

Deficiency fund, taxation 1.350.00 

From Sources Other than Taxation : 

Doer licenses 160.00 

Telephone calls .13 

Damag'e by children 5.00 

Sale of property 5.46 



Total $ 19.217.09 

Cash on hand at beg-innin^" of year. July 1st, 

1944 303.74 



Grand total $ 19.520.83 

Total payments for all pur])oses 18.736.19 



Cash on hand at end of year. June 30. 1945 $ 784.64 

Pa^-ments : 

Salaries of district officers $ 195.00 

Superintendent's excess salary 206.49 

Truant officer and school census 25.00 

Expenses of administration 54.11 

Principals' and teachers' salaries 5.156.58 

Text books 2H272 

Scholars' sup])1ies 341.94 

Flag's and api-turtenances 10.04 



TOWN OP" BARRINGTON 57 

Other expenses of instruction 80.68 

Janitor service 620.20 

Fuel 511.01 

A\'ater. ligiit and janitor's supplies 268.56 

Minor re])airs and expenses 381.11 

INIedical inspection 334.30 

Transportation of pupils 4,650.00 

High school and academy tuition 3.604.11 

Other special activities 18.56 

Tax for state wide supervision 370.00 

Insurance 126.00 

Xew equipment 117.28 

Payment of principal of debt 1,000.00 

Payment of interest on debt 382.50 



Tc^tal payments for all i)urposes $ 18,736.19 

CELIA F. WOOD, 
ANNIE L. FELKER. 
ROY V. SWAIN. 

School Board. 



Auditors' Certificate 

This is to certify that we have examined the books 
and other financial records of the school board of Bar- 
rington, of which this is a true summary for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1945 and find them correctly cast 
ad properly vouched. 

LEVI H. BUZZELL, 
IRENE H. CALEF, 

Auditors. 
July 7. 1945 



58 ANNUAL REP(3RT 

HONOR ROLL OF THE TOWN OF BARRINGTON 



*BasiI Atwood 


Navy 


Wellington P. Bartels 


Army 


Alden Baxter 


Army 


Sherman Baxter 


Army 


Percy Berry 


Army 


Sumner Brown 


Army 


Waldron Brown 


Army 


PanI Bumford 


Navy 


Arthur Buzzell 


Arm}- 


Roger Calef 


Army 


Aaron Charbonrne 


Army 


Fred Chadbourne 


Army 


Paid Chapman 


-\.rmy 


David Darling 


Merchant Marine 


Fred Drew, Jr. 


Army 


Leon Dudley 


Army 


Charles Elliott 


Ami}- 


Earl Elliott 


Army 


Chester J. Ellison 


Arni}' 


Edgar Ellison 


Army 


Earl Erickson 


Merchant AFTirine 


Norman Erickson 


Navy 


Harold Frost 


Army 


*Herbert Gale 


Army 


Peter Gaskill 


Arm}' 


Glenn C. Gibb 


Army 


Neil H. Gibb 


Army Air Force 


Waldron B. Haley 


Army 


*Pev. Raymond Hall 


Army 


Philip Ham 


Marines 


Oscar Harway 


Navy 


Sumner Hayes 


Navy 



*Died in service 



TOWN OF BAIUIINGTON 



59 



O. William Hayes 
Marshall Hazslett 
Fredrick Jackson 
Walter Jackson 
~''\lt)hn Kelliher 
Virginia Kelliher 
AVilliam Kelliher 
John E. Lenfest 
Keo K. Lowry 
Monte G. Lowry 
Benjamin Mansfield 
"Robert Mansfield 
P)ernard Marison 
Franklin McCarthy 
Ciilbert McCarthy 
Joseph McCarthy 
Howard Neal 
Roger Neal 
*Carl Pearson 
Lindell W. Perkins 
Melvin R. Perkins 
Carlyle Pervis 
Ernest Pervis 
Alfred Ploude 
Fredrick Ramsdell 
Herljert Rollins 
Edward Rowell 
Terome Rutherford 
David Smith 
Donald Smith 
Russell Strong 
Curt Surell 
Ralph Swain 
Harold Swenson 
Richard Turner 



Army 
Navy 
Navy 
Navy 

Army 

Army Nurse 

Army 

Navy 

Navy 

Army 

Navy 

Army 

Army 

Army 

Army 

Marines 

Army 

Army 

Merchant Marine 

Navy 

Marines 

Navy 

Navy 

Army 

Army 

Army 

Army Air Force 

Merchant Marine 

Army 

Navy 

Army 

Army 

Navy 

Navy 

Navy 



*Died in service 



60 ANNUAL REPORT- 

Rogers Ward Army 

Lelaiid Waterhouse . Army 

Lester Waterhouse Army 

Albion \\'eeks, Jr. Army Air Force 

Chester Wells Army 

Jasper Wiggin Xavy 

Howard F. Willams Army 

Leslie E. Wood, Jr. Army Air Force 

Georsfe Woods Armv 



This is not an official list. 
*Died in service 



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Dover 

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Cong'l Minister 

Dover 

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Cong'l Minister 

Dover 


Rev. Bellefeuille 
Catholic Priest 
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Ray R. Kelley 
Clergyman 

Rochester 

Dale A. Gibb 
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Etta Drew 
Alphonse Ouellette 
Emma Vaillancoiirt 
Alfred Plourde 
Olivine Dalpe 
Zenon Leocha 
Saturnina Jasinski 
Arthur W. Turner 
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