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ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

OFFICERS 

of the 

TOWN OF MOULTONBORO 

Fiscal Year Ending December 31 



1963 



This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from our official records and is complete 
to the best of our knowledge and belief. 

HORACE L. RICHARDSON 
CLYDE B. FOSS 
FRANK E. McINTIRE 

Selectmen of Moultonboro 



INDEX 



List of Town Officers 3 

"Town Warrant 5 

Summary Inventory 8 

Budget 9 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed . 12 

Comparative Statement of Appro. & Expenditures 14 

Financial Report 16 

Report of Town Clerk 18 

Schedule of Town Property : 19 

Report of Tax Collector 20 

Report of Town Treasurer 26 

Summary of Receipts 28 

Summary of Payments 29 

Detailed Statement of Receipts 31 

Detailed Statement of Payments 32 

Report of Highway Agents 43 

Report of Trust Funds 47 

Auditor's Report 50 

Report of Library Treasurer 51 

Report of Librarian 52 

Moultonboro Volunteer Fire Department 54 

Report of Forest Fire Warden : 56 

Report of Bicentennial Committee 57 

SCHOOL REPORT 59 

List of School District Officers 60 

Minutes of School District Meetings 61 

Minutes of Cooperative School Organization Meeting . . 70 

School District Warrant 75 

Financial Report of School District 77 

School Lunch Program 80 

Statement of Bonded Indebtedness 81 

School Treasurer's Report 82 

Auditor's Report 83 

Report of Superintendent 84 

Report of Principal 86 

Report of School Nurse 87 

Tuition Pupils 88 

Graduates — 1963 89 

Enrollment and Teachers 89 

Census Report Summaries 90 

Vital Statistics 91 



Town Officers 



Representative to the General Court 

George Stewart Lamprey 

Moderator 

Frank E. Mclntire 

Town Clerk 

Mina E. Berry 

Selectman 

Horace L. Richardson Clyde B. Foss 

Frank E. Mclntire 

Treasurer 

Nina L. Moulton 

Tax Collector 

Ernest L. Berry 

Health Officer 

Dr. Aleksander Ratsep 

Trustees of Trust Funds 
Ernest L. Berry Fred E. Davis 

Abby S. Belden 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Selectmen 

3 



Highway Agents 

Thomas Cooney Leonard Mallard 

Forest Fire Warden 

Ralph Dale 

Supervisors of the Check List 

Gilbert N. Wiggins Gordon Foss 

Wilmont White 



Library Trustees 



Isabelle Behr 
Wilfred J. Riley 
Hazel Dale 



Nina L. Moulton 

Fred E. Davis 

Clyde B. Foss 



TOWN OF MOULTONBORO 

State of New Hampshire 

Town Warrant for 1963 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Moultonboro, in the 
County of Carroll, in said State, qualified to vote in Town 
affairs : 



You are hereby notified to meet at the Moultonboro 
Central School in said Moultonboro on Tuesday, the 10th 
day of March 1964, at ten of the clock in the forenoon to 
act upon the following subjects: 

1. To choose by ballot and major vote a Treasurer, Clerk, 
Tax Collector, one or more not exceeding two Highway 
Agents, one Selectman for three years, one Trustee of 
the Trust Funds for three years, one Delegate to the 
Constitutional Convention, and such other officers 
as the voters may deem necessary. 



2. To vote on the question "Shall Sweepstakes Tickets 
be sold in this city or town?" 



3. To see if the Town will vote to hold the annual Town 
Meeting at a late hour. Proposed time to have the 
polls open at 5.00 P. M. at which time Article 1 of 
the Warrant, concerning the election of Town Officers, 
would be acted upon. The remaining articles would be 
acted upon at 8:00 P. M. and the polls would re- 
main open until the meeting was adjourned, or for 
a minimum of four hours as required by law. 

4. To raise and appropriate such sums of money as may 
be necessary to repair Highways and Bridges in said 
Town. 



5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $848.75 for Town Road Aid. 



6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen 
to borrow money in anticipation of taxes for the cur- 
rent year maintenance and operation expenses, and 
that the Selectmen be authorized to issue notes there- 
for, which notes are to be paid out of the tax receipts 
of the current year as provided by the provision of 
Acts of 1953, Chapter 258, and any amendments 
thereof. 



7. To see if the Town will vote to allow a discount on 
taxes paid in full up to fifteen days after the issue 
of the tax bills by the Collector. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Tax 
Collector to accept partial payments on account of 
property taxes in multiples of not less than ten dollars. 



9. To see what sums of money the Town will vote to raise 
and appropriate for the Laconia and Huggins Hospi- 
tals. 



10. To see if the Town will vote to accept a parcel of land 
lying to the south of the Middleneck Cemetery and 
adjacent thereto for use as a cemetery, and to raise 
and appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 for leveling, 
surveying and improvement of same. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $500.00 for concerts to be provided by the 
Center Harbor Band. 



12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $100.00 for the Control of White Pine 
Blister Rust. 



13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $500.00 to defray costs of a radio system, 
in conjunction with other towns in the County. 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $5,000.00 for reconstruction of a portion 
of the Moultonboro Neck Road, providing the State 
of New Hampshire will apportion the sum of 
$10,000.00, the total sum to be expended under the 



supervision of the New Hampshire Highway Depart- 
ment. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the purchase 
of a used bulldozer to be used primarily at the Town 
Dump, and to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$3,000.00 to purchase same. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to install the new Mercury 
Street Lights, to replace the old type now in use, on 
Lake Shore Drive. (By Petition) 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $669.77, which is 1/100 of 1% of the asses- 
sed valuation of the Town, to the Lakes Region As- 
sociation for the purpose of publicizing and promoting 
the natural advantages and resources of the Town, 
in cooperation with other towns in the Lakes Region. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00) 
to improve, rebuild and repair Coe Road and Eagle 
Shore Road, so-called, in the Town of Moultonboro. 
(By Petition) 

19. To transact any other business that may legally come 
before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 22nd day of Feb- 
ruary, A. D. 1964. 

HORACE L. RICHARDSON 
CLYDE B. FOSS 
FRANK E. McINTIRE 

Selectmen of Moultonboro 

A true copy of warrant — Attest: 

HORACE L. RICHARDSON 
CLYDE B. FOSS 
FRANK E. McINTIRE 

Selectmen of Moultonboro 

7 



Summary Inventory 



Land & Buildings 


$6,429,400.00 


House Trailers 


7,850.00 


Electric Plants 


259,300.00 


Stock in Trade 


16,800.00 


Boats & Launches, 241 


58,600.00 


Cows, 41 


3,100.00 


Other Neat Stock, 13 


950.00 


Sheep & Goats, 40 


400.00 


Fowls, 300 


150.00 


Gasoline Pumps & Tanks 


3,900.00 


Road Building & Construction Machinery 


11,400.00 


Total Valuations Before Exemptions 


$6,791,850.00 


Less Veteran's Exemptions and 
Exemptions to the Blind 


94,100.00 


Net Valuation on Which Tax Rate 
is computed 


$6,679,750.00 



8 



Budget for 1964 



Estimates of Revenues and Expenditures for the 
Ensuing Year January 1, 1964 to December 31, 1964 

Compared with 

Estimated & Actual Revenues, Appropriations & Expenditures 
of the Previous Year January 1, 1963 to December 31, 1963 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 



Estimated Actual Estimated 

Revenue Revenue Revenue 

Previous Previous Ensuing 

Year 1963 Year 1963 Year 196 'U 



From State: 



Interest & Dividends Tax $ 13,247.33 

Savings Bank Tax 721.35 



13,247.33 $ 13,247.33 
721.35 721.35 



From Local Sources Except Taxes: 

Dog Licenses 400.00 

Business Licenses & Filing Fees 50.00 
Interest Received on 

Taxes and Deposits 
Income of Departments: 
Dooryard Fees 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 



1,050.00 



2,300.00 
10,100.00 



From Local Taxes Other Than 
Property Taxes: 



(a) Poll Taxes — Regular @ $2.00 886.00 

(b) Yield Taxes 2,000.00 



437.70 
39.00 

981.41 

3,100.00 
11,385.70 



978.00 
1,876.04 



400.00 
30.00 

1,000.00 

3,000.00 
11,000.00 



886.00 
1,000.00 



Total Revenues from All Sources 

Except Property Taxes $ 30,754.68 $ 32,766.53 $ 31,284.68 



* Ami. to be raised by Property Taxes 



292,468.76 



Total Revenues 



$323,753.44 



9 



PURPOSES OF EXPEND 



Appro- Actual Estimated 

priations Exp'itures Exp*itures 

Previous Previous Ensuing 

Year 1963 Year 1963 Year 196 U 



Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries 
Town Officers' Expenses 
Election & Registration Exps. 
Municipal Court Expenses 
Expenses of Town Hall & 

Other Town Buildings 
Employees' Retirement & 
Social Security 
Town Reports 



6,000.00 


$ 5,659.73 $ 6,000.00 


5,000.00 


5,118.17 5,500.00 


800.00 


617.21 1,200.00 


300.00 





1,000.00 

1,400.00 
1,200.00 



1,354.41 

1,447.94 
1,370.00 



2,000.00 

1,500.00 
700.00 



Protection of Persons & Property: 



Police Department 2,500.00 


2,668.74 


2,500.00 


Fire Department 6,150.00 


7,381.93 


6,150.00 


(Fire Dept. $5,950. 






Forest Fires $200.) 






Moth Exterm. — Blister Rust & 






Care of Trees 100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


Insurance 1,500.00 


1,303.33 


1,500.00 


Damages & Legal Expenses 2,000.00 


977.41 


1,500.00 


Civil Defense 300.00 




300.00 



Health : 

Health Dept, Incl. Hospitals 1,000.00 

Vital Statistics 50.00 

Town Dump & Garbage Removal 3,200.00 



83.81 
3,711.22 



1,200.00 
50.00 

4,000.00 



Highways & Bridges: 

Town Maintenance — Summer) 45,000.00 
Town Maintenance — Winter) 
Street Lighting 2,400.00 

General Expenses of H'way Dept. 15,000.00 
Town Road Aid 852.97 



50,599.31 45,000.00 



2,310.01 

16,487.41 

852.97 



2,500.00 
16,000.00 

848.75 



Libraries 



3,800.00 



3,800.00 



4,000.00 



Public Welfare. 

Town Poor 

Old Age Assistance 



3,500.00 
3,500.00 



1,913.04 
3,243.03 



3,500.00 
3,500.00 



10 



Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day & Vets. Association 150.00 125.00 150.00 

Aid to Soldiers & Families 200.00 931.74 200.00 

Recreation: 

Parks & Playgrounds, 
Including Band Concerts 4,500.00 4,623.06 5,000.00 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Cemeteries 

Bicentennial 

Advertising & Regional Ass'ns 

Interest : 

On Temporary Loans 

On Long Term Notes & Bonds 

Highways & Bridges: 

Town's Share 
New Equipment 

Payments on Principal Debt: 

(a) Bonds 

(b) Long Term Notes 

County Taxes 
School Taxes 

Total Expenditures $284,269.13 $288,904.86 $323,753.44 



2,100.00 

2,000.00 

635.38 


2,939.43 

3,595.19 

635.38 


2,500.00 
669.77 


2,000.00 
500.00 


1,545.05 
532.82 


2,000.00 
500.00 


5,000.00 
750.00 


5,000.00 
584.34 


5,000.00 
750.00 


6,000.00 
3,000.00 


6,000.00 
3,000.00 


3,000.00 


32,298.03 


32,298.03 


32,298.03 


118,582.75 


116,095.15 


160,136.98 



11 



Statement of 
Appropriations and Taxes Assessed 



Town Officers' Salaries 


$6,000.00 


Town Officers' Expenses 


5,000.00 


Election & Registration Expenses 


800.00 


Town Reports 


1,200.00 


Town Hall & Other Bldgs. 


1,000.00 


Social Security 


1,400.00 


Police Department 


2,500.00 


Fire Dept.— $5,950., Forest Fires — $200. 


6,150.00 


Blister Rust 


100.00 


Insurance 


1,500.00 


Municipal Court 


300.00 


Damages & Legal Expenses 


2,000.00 


Civilian Defense 


300.00 


Hospitals 


1,000.00 


Vital Statistics 


50.00 


Town Dump 


3,200.00 


Town Maintenance 


45,000.00 


Street Lighting 


2,400.00 


General Expenses of Highway Dept. 


15,000.00 


Town Road Aid 


852.97 


Libraries 


3,800.00 


Old Age Assistance 


3,500.00 


Town Poor — $3,000., Veterans' Aid — $200. 


3,700.00 


Memorial Day 


150.00 


Parks & Playgrounds, Incl. Band Concerts 


4,500.00 


Cemeteries 


2,100.00 


Bicentennial 


2,000.00 


Advertising & Regional Associations 


635.38 


State Aid Construction 


5,000.00 


New Equipment 


750.00 


Payment on Debt — Principal $6,000. 




Interest 2,500 


8,500.00 


Total Town Appropriations 


$130,388.35 



12 



Less Estimated Revenues and Credits: 

Interest and Dividends Tax $13,247.33 

Savings Bank Tax 721.35 

Yield Tax Sources 2,000.00 

Interest on Taxes & Deposits 1,050.00 

Business Licenses & Fees 50.00 

Dog Licenses 400.00 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 10,100.00 

Dooryard Fees 2,300.00 

Poll Taxes, 443 @ $2.00 886.00 



Total Revenues and Credits $ 30,754.86 

Net Town Appropriations $ 99,633.49 

Net School Appropriations 118,582.75 

County Tax Assessment 32,298.03 



Total of Town, School & County $250,514.27 

Plus Overlay 4,000.23 



Amount to be raised by Property Taxes $254,514.50 

Taxes to be Committed to Collector: 

Property Taxes $254,514.50 

Poll Taxes 886.00 



Total Taxes to be Committed to Collector $255,400.50 

Tax Rate — $3.80 per one hundred dollars valuation. 



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Financial Report 



ASSETS 

Cash in hands of Treasurer 

Tax Collector's Petty Cash 
Tax Collector's Check Account 



$ 37,251.41 



$ 50.00 
321.90 



371.90 



Unredeemed Taxes 

Levy of 1962 

Uncollected Taxes: 

Levy of 1963: 

Property 

Polls 

Yield 



971.89 



$ 31,440.30 
148.00 
758.34 



32,346.64 



State Head Taxes: 

Levy of 1963 

Total Assets 
LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owned by the Town: 
Bills Outstanding: 



500.00 
$ 71,441.84 



Due Town Treasurer 


.90 


Due Town Clerk 


7.88 


Due Tax Collector 


158.36 


Due Tax Payers 


127.01 



$ 



294.15 



Unexpended Balances of Special Appropriations 



Huggins Hospital 
Laconia Hospital 



$500.00 
500.00 



1,000.00 



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Due to State: 

Head Tax Penalties 7.00 

(a) State Head Taxes — 1963 

Uncollected $500.00 

Collected, not remitted 

to State Treasurer 230.00 



730.00 



(b) Yield Tax — Bond & Debt Retirement 

Uncollected $126.39 

Collected, not remitted 

to State Treasurer $204.98 



Due to School Districts: 



331.37 



Moultonboro Balance of Appropriation 54,771.13 

Gov. Went worth Balance of Appropriation 1,768.12 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Fire House Notes ($3,000. yearly) 9,000.00 

Lee's Mill Notes ($2,000. yearly) 8,000.00 



Total Liabilities $ 75,901.77 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets $ 4,459.93 

Net Debt — December 31, 1962 3,561.37 

Net Debt — December 31, 1963 4,459.93 

Increase of Debt 898.56 



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Report of Town Clerk 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1963 



sceipts : 






1962 Motor Vehicles 


$ 169.96 




1963 Motor Vehicles 


10,862.12 




1964 Motor Vehicles 


353.62 




Dog- Licenses 


437.70 




Bicycle Fees 


23.00 




Due Town per 1962 Audit 


1.12 






$ 


11,847.52 


omittances to Town Treasurer: 






1962 Motor Vehicles 


$ 169.96 


. 


1963 Motor Vehicles 


10,862.12 




1964 Motor Vehicles 


353.62 




Dog Licenses 


437.70 




Bicycle Fees 


23.00 




Due Town per 1962 Audit 


1.12 






$ 


11,847.52 



Overpayment to Treasurer 7.88 

This sum to be refunded to Town Clerk in 1964 

Respectfully submitted, 

MINA E. BERRY 

Town Clerk 



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Schedule of Town Property 



1. Town Hall, Lands & Buildings $ 3,000.00 
Furniture & Equipment 100.00 

2. Libraries, Lands & Buildings 13,000.00 
Furniture & Equipment 2,500.00 

3. Fire Dept., Lands & Buildings 31,200.00 
Equipment 30,000.00 

4. Highway Dept., Equipment 1,500.00 

5. Schools, Lands & Buildings 160,000.00 
Equipment 3,000.00 

6. Lee Lot, Red Hill 250.00 

7. 16 Acres Ossipee Mt. Lot 100.00 

8. % Acre Stony Island 100.00 

$244,750.00 



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Report of Tax Collector 

ERNEST L. BERRY 



SUMMARY OF WARRANT 


PROPERTY, 


POLL AND YIELD TAXES 




Levy of 1963 






— DR.— 




Taxes Committed to 


Collector : 




Property Taxes 


$254,514.50 




Poll Taxes 


886.00 




Total Warrant 


$255,400.50 


Yield Taxes 




1,129.38 


Added Taxes: 






Property Taxes 


$ 984.20 




Poll Taxes 


64.00 






$ 


1,048.20 


Interest Collected 




15.33 


Total Debits 


— CR.— 


$257,593.41 


Remittances to Treasurer: 




Property Taxes 


$218,653.47 




Poll Taxes 


752.00 




Yield Taxes 


371.04 




Interest Collected 


15.33 






$219,791.84 


Discount Allowed 




3,616.80 


Abatements : 






Property Taxes 


1,788.13 




Poll Taxes 


50.00 





$ 1,838.13 

Uncollected Taxes - Per Collector's List: 

Property Taxes 31,440.30 



Poll Taxes 
Yield Taxes 


148.00 
758.34 


Total Credits 


$ 32,346.64 

$257,593.41 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT 
PROPERTY, POLL AND YIELD TAXES 

Levy of 1962 
—DR.— 



Uncollected Taxes . January 1, 1963: 

Property Taxes $ 33,545.95 

Poll Taxes 204.00 

Yield Taxes 1,051.04 



$ 34,800.99 
Cash on Hand - January 1, 1963 .01 



Added Taxes: 

Property Taxes 682.55 

Poll Taxes 32.00 

Bank Stock Tax 7.00 

Interest Collected 956.54 



Total Debits $ 36,479.09 

— CR.— 



Remittances to Treasurer: 



Property Taxes 


$ 33,895.94 


Bank Stock Tax 


7.00 


Poll Taxes 


226.00 


Yield Taxes 


1,051.04 


Interest Collected 


956.54 




$ 36,136.52 



Discount Allowed: 21.65 



Abatements : 

Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 


310.92 
10.00 






$ 


320.92 


Total Credits 




$ 36,479.09 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT 
PROPERTY, POLL AND YIELD TAXES 





Levy 


of 


1961 






— DR 


. — 




Uncollected Taxes ■ 


January 


1, 


1963: 




Property Taxes 
Yield Taxes 


$ 




94.40 
453.96 




Interest Collected 






$ 


548.36 
9.54 


Total Debit 




< 



_CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer: 

Property Taxes $ 90.90 

Yield Taxes 453.96 

Interest Collected 9.54 



? 557.90 



$ 554.40 

Abatements : 

Property Taxes 3.50 



Total Credits $ 557.90 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT 

STATE HEAD TAX 

Levy of 1963 

— DR.— 

State Head Taxes Committed to Collector: 



Original Warrant 
Added Taxes 


$ 


2,885.00 
155.00 


3,040.00 
7.00 




Total Commitment 
Penalties Collected 




$ 




Total Debits 




$ 


3,047.00 



— CR.— 



Remittances to Treasurer: 

Head Taxes $ 2,445.00 

Penalties 7.00 



$ 2,452.00 

Abatements 95.00 

Uncollected Head Taxes 

Per Collector's List 500.00 



Total Credits $ 3,047.00 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANT 

STATE HEAD TAX 

Levy of 1962 

—DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - January 1, 1963 $660.00 
Added Taxes 105.00 

Penalties Collected 63.50 



Total Debits 




$ 




-CR.— 




Remittances to Treasurer: 






Head Taxes 
Penalties 


$735.00 
63.50 




Abatements 


$ 


798.50 
30.00 


Total Credits 




$ 



828.50 



828.50 



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SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1963 

—DR.— 



Tax Sale on Account of Levies of: 



1962 



1961 



(a) Taxes Sold to Town during 



— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer $ 593.18 $ 

Remittance to Town 

Abatements 

Unredeemed Taxes at Close of Year 971.89 



344.79 
36.53 



Total Credits 


$ 


1,565.07 


Unredeemed Taxes From Tax Sales: 


1962 


William & Marjorie R. Clark 




41.73 


Walter L. Koenig 




600.13 


N. H. Forest Development Inc. 




284.59 


Leland Porter 




22.72 


Hazel Straw 




22.72 



381.32 $ 



1960 



Current Year $ 1,554.46 


$ 


$ 




(b) Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 








January 1, 1963 




358.45 


31.04 


Interest Collected After Sale 4.70 




18.37 




Redemption Costs 5.91 




4.50 




Total Debits $ 1,565.07 


$ 


381.32 $ 


31.04 



31.04 



31.04 



971.89 

Respectfully submitted 
ERNEST L. BERRY 

Tax Collector 



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Report of Town Treasurer 



Receipts 

Balance in hands of Treasurer Jan. 1, 1963 $ 34,102.70 

From Ernest L. Berry, Tax Collector: 

Property Taxes, Current Year $218,653.47 

Poll Taxes, Current Year 752.00 

Yield Taxes, Current Year 371.04 

State Head Taxes, Current Year 2,445.00 

Property & Yield Taxes, Previous Years 35,498.83 

Poll Taxes, Previous Years 226.00 

Head Taxes, Previous Years 735.00 

Interest Received on Taxes 981.41 

Penalties on State Head Taxes 70.50 

Tax Sales Redeemed 937.97 

From State Treasurer: 

Town Road Aid 4,128.41 

Interest & Dividends Tax 13,247.33 

Savings Bank Tax 721.35 

Blister Rust 6.40 

Water Resources Board 153.90 

For Fighting Forest Fires 620.51 

Reimbursement a/c Old Age Assistance 316.29 

From Local Sources: 

From Mina E. Berry, Town Clerk: 

Registration of Motor Vehicles 11,385.70 

Dog Licenses 437.70 

Bicycle Fees 23.00 

Filing Fees 16.00 

Dooryard Fees 3,100.00 

From Special Road Receipts: 

Beede Shore Residents 165.00 

Frye Road Residents 75.00 

Far Echoes Road Residents 350.00 

Castle Shores Road Residents 111.00 

Ash Cove Road Residents 200.00 



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Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 

Meredith Trust Co., temporary loans 108,454.95 

Meredith Trust Co., Lee's Mill Notes 8,000.00 

Refunds & Miscellaneous: 

Town of Sandwich, Perambulating Town Lines 273.00 

Mina E. Berry, refund to town per audit 1.12 

Ernest L. Berry, refund .01 

Historical Society, Sale of booklets 620.00 

Camp Iroquois, on programs 15.00 

Town Treasurer, over deposit .90 

Town Clerk, over remittance to Treasurer 7.88 

Gilbert Wiggins, refund on Elec. & Registration 41.85 

Gifts. 

Squam Lakes Association, for Bicentennial 100.00 

Sale of Town Property: 

Marjorie Greene, Lot #8, Ked Hill Cemetery 40.00 

F. E. & D. Davis, Lot #44, Red Hill Cemetery 40.00 

Philip Benson, Lot #18, Red Hill Cemetery 40.00 

Lester & Adele Taylor, Lot #26, Red Hill Cemetery 40.00 
Richard & Gloria Plaisted, Lot #24, R. H. Cemetery 40.00 
Elsie Rogers Estate, Lot #30, Red Hill Cemetery 30.00 
Cedric & Lena Tibbetts, i/ 2 Lot #20, Red Hill Cem. 20.00 
Clifford & Mildred Hood, i/ 2 Lot #20, Red Hill Cem. 20.00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $447,616.22 

Total Expenditures 410,364.81 



Balance in Hands of Treasurer, Dec. 31, 1963 $ 37,351.41 

Respectfully submitted, 
NINA A. MOULTON, 

Treasurer 



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Summary of Receipts 



From Local Taxes $260,707.75 

From State 19,194.19 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes 15,863.40 

Receipts other than Current Revenue 119,665.13 

Total Receipts from All Sources $415,430.47 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1963 34,102.70 

$449,533.17 



Summary of Payments 



General Government: 

1. Town Officers' Salaries $ 5,659.73 

2. Town Officers' Expenses 5,118.17 

3. Election & Registration Expenses 617.21 

4. Town Reports 1,370.00 

5. Expenses of Town Hall & Other Bldgs 1,354.41 

Protection of Persons & Property: 

6. Police Department 2,668.74 

7. New Fire House 381.81 

8. Fire Department 5,950.00 

9. Forest Fires 1,431.93 

10. Blister Rust 100.00 

11. Insurance 1,303.33 

12. Bounties 1.00 

Health : 

13. Vital Statistics 83.81 

14. Town Dump 3,711.22 

Highways & Bridges: 

15. Town Maintenance 50,599.31 

16. Street Lighting 2,310.01 

17. General Expenses of Highway Dept. 16,487.41 

Libraries : 

18. Library Appropriation 3,800.00 

Public Welfare: 

19. Old Age Assistance 3,243.03 

20. Town Poor 1,913.04 

* 

Patriotic Purposes: 

21. Bicentennial 3,595.19 

22. Memorial Day 125.00 

23. Aid to Soldiers 931.74 

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Recreation : 

24. Parks & Playgrounds 4,123.06 

25. Band Concerts 500.00 

Public Service Enterprises: 

26. Cemeteries 2,939.43 

27. Lee's Mill Appropriation 7,982.86 

Unclassified : 

28. Damages & Legal Expenses 977.41 

29. Advertising & Regional Associations 635.38 

30. Taxes bought by Town 1,554.46 

31. Discounts, Abatements & Refunds 782.84 

32. Social Security 1,447.94 

Interest : 

33. Paid on Temporary Loans 1,545.05 

34. Paid on Long Term Notes 435.32 

35. Paid on Bonded Debt 97.50 

Outlay for New Construction: 

36. State Aid Construction 5,000.00 

37. New Equipment 584.34 

Indebtedness : 

38. Payments on Temporary Loans 110,000.00 

39. Payments on Long Term Notes 3,000.00 

40. Payments on Bonded Debt 6,000.00 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 

41. State Head Taxes 2,861.00 

42. Yield Tax Debt Retirement 294.00 

43. Taxes Paid to County 32,298.03 

44. Payments to School Districts 116,095.15 



Total Payments for All Purposes $411,909.86 

Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1963 $ 37,623.31 



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Detailed Statement of Receipts 



From Local Taxes: 




1. 


Property Taxes, Current Year 


$218,653.47 


2. 


Poll Taxes, Current Year 


752.00 


3.' 


Yield Taxes, Current Year 


371.04 


4. 


State Head Taxes, Current Year 


2,445.00 


5. 


Property & Yield Taxes, Previous Years 


35,498.83 


6. 


Poll Taxes, Previous Years 


226.00 


7. 


Head Taxes, Previous Years 


735.00 


8. 


Interest Received on Taxes 


981.41 


9. 


Penalties on State Head Taxes 


70.50 


10. 

From 


Tax Sales Redeemed 
oiaxe : 


974.50 


11. 


Town Road Aid 


4,128.41 


12. 


Interest & Dividends Tax 


13,247.33 


13. 


Saving's Bank Tax 


721.35 


14. 


Blister Rust 


6.40 


15. 


Water Resources Board 


153.90 


16. 


For Fighting Forest Fires 


620.51 



17. Reimbursement a/c Old Age Assistance 316.29 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

18. Dog Licenses 437.70 

19. Business Licenses & Filing Fees 39.00 

20. Matching Road Funds 901.00 

21. Dooryard Fees 3,100.00 

22. Motor Vehicle Permits 11,385.70 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 

23. Temporary Loans 110,000.00 

24. Long Term Notes 8,000.00 

25. Refunds 959.76 

26. Gifts 100.00 

27. Sale of Town Property 270.00 

28. To record Tax Collector's Petty Cash 50.00 
To record cash collected by Tax Collector 

to be refunded to tax payers 127.01 

Excess Collections due Tax Collector 158.36 



Total Receipts from All Sources $415,430.47 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1963 34,102.70 



$449,533.17 



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Detailed Statement of Payments 



General Government: 

1. Town Officers' Salaries: 

Horace L. Richardson, Selectman $ 500.00 

Clyde B. Foss, Selectman 500.00 

Frank E. Mclntire, Selectman 500.00 

Ernest L. Berry, Tax Collector 2,671.73 

Mina E. Berry, Town Clerk 500.00 

Nina L. Moulton, Town Treasurer 500.00 

Leonard M. Smart, Auditor 218.00 

George O. Stewart, Auditor 126.00 

Leon J. Sturtevant, Auditor 44.00 

Dr. Aleksander Ratsep, Health Officer 100.00 



$ 5,659.73 



2. Town Officers' Expenses: 

Charles C. Rogers Co., Inc., supplies $ 28.98 

Brown & Saltmarsh Inc., supplies 102.39 

Association of N. H. Assessors, dues 6.00 

N. H. Municipal Association, dues 40.72 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. 120.33 

Associated Office Machine Co., repairs 17.50 

The Colby Press, supplies 20.58 

Clyde B. Foss, bonds 210.20 

Meredith News, notices, supplies, etc. 143.78 
Horace L. Richardson, assessing, tax meeting, 

mileage, etc 762.50 
Clyde B. Foss, assessing, tax meeting, 

mileage, etc. 374.50 
Frank E. Mclntire, assessing, tax meeting, 

mileage, etc. 242,00 

Dorothy W. Davis, Clerical 1,549.08 

Jessie Thompson, envelopes & postage 312.70 

Mina E. Berry, permits 512.81 

Branham Publishing Co., supplies 17.20 

Nina L. Moulton, travel expenses 50.00 

Ernest L. Berry, tax meeting, tax sale, etc. 136.80 

Estella M. White, report .80 

N. H. City & Town Clerk's Ass'n, dues 6.00 

Sargent Brothers, tax bills 84.30 

Treasurer, State of N. H., boat registrations 173.84 

Preston B. Smart, services 10.00 

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Edson C. Eastman Co., supplies 101.53 

Dr. Aleksander Ratsep, inspection 6.45 

Registry of Deeds, real estate transfers 84.18 

N. H. Tax Collector's Association, dues 3.00 



$ 5,118.17 



3. Election & Registration Expenses: 

Frank E. Mclntire, Moderator $ 28.00 

Wilmot White, Supervisor 89.25 

Gilbert N. Wiggins, Supervisor (41.85 refund) 85.70 

Gordon Foss, Supervisor 37.50 

Meredith News, checklists, notices, etc. 95.45 

Horace Richardson, services 44.00 

Clyde B. Foss, services 28.00 

Mina E. Berry, services 28.00 

Margaret Walker, Ballot Clerk 21.00 

Mary Smith, Ballot Clerk 21.00 

Maurice White, Ballot Clerk 21.00 

Nelson Lambert, Ballot Clerk 10.50 

Leila Gillooly, lunches 15.80 

M. Roy Foss, Janitor 35.00 

Charles C. Rogers Co., file 57.01 



$ 617.21 



4. Town Reports: 

The Meredith News, 1,200 reports $ 1,370.00 

5. Expenses of Town Hall & Other Bldgs.: 

Ellen's General Store, supplies $ 2.91 

Fred E. Davis, repairs to Town Hall 1,273.50 

Richard Vappi, decorating Xmas tree & new lights 78.00 



$ 1,354.41 



Protection of Persons & Property: 

6. Police Department: 

Frank E. Mclntire, time & mileage $ 330.00 

Chester A. Wilder, time & mileage 333.65 

Harry W. Perkins, time & mileage 1,054.10 

Harold Tilton, time & mileage 923.60 

W. S. Darley & Co., badges 27.39 



$ 2,668.74 



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7. New Fire House: 

Robert W. Judge, balance on heating contract $381.81 

8. Fire Department: 

Richard Plaisted, Treasurer Fire Dept. $5,950.00 

9. Forest Fires: 

Ralph Dale, State Forest Fire Warden $ 554.56 

Dept. of Resources & Economic Development, tools 84.00 

Treasurer, State of N. H., pumps 113.14 

Moultonboro Fire Dept., pumper 31.50 

Arey's Marina, food, gas & oil 20.36 

Meredith News, notices 12.00 

Expended for all other Labor 616.17 



$ 1,431.93 

10. Blister Rust: 

William H. Messeck, State Forester $ 100.00 

11. Insurance: 

Clyde B. Foss, Employee's Liability, Town Bldgs., 

& monies insurance $ 1,303.33 

12. Bounties: 

Frank E. Mclntire, hedgehog bounties $ 1.00 

Health: 

13. Vital Statistics: 

Mina E. Berry, Town Clerk $ 83.81 

14. Town Dump: 

Tracy Moulton, labor & dozer operator $ 2,910.86 

Burleigh Moulton, moving dozer 10.00 

David Rand, labor & truck 19.45 

Wayne Richardson, power saw & truck 14.00 

Ralph Dale, spark plugs for fire pump 4.00 

Everett Bickford, tractor & fill 177.00 

Vern's Garage, work on pump & gas 5.15 

Town of Sandwich, bulldozer 365.00 

Earle Peaslee, moving dozer 12.00 

Thomas Cooney, bulldozer 38.25 

Robert Shaw, labor 7.50 

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Horace Richardson, labor 16.00 

Clyde B. Foss, labor & mileage 4.00 

C. A. Davis, slabs 10.16 

Tilton Sand & Gravel Inc., gravel 16.35 

Everett Bodge, labor 22.50 

Lloyd George, labor 9.00 

Afsco Equipment, Inc., bulldozer 70.00 



$ 3,711.22 



Highways & Bridges: 

15. Town Maintenance: 

East Side, Agent Thomas Cooney 

Summer Maintenance $ 6,204.24 
Winter Maintenance 10,706.45 



$ 16,910.69 

West Side, Agent Leonard Mallard 

Summer Maintenance $ 9,711.30 
Winter Maintenance 23,977.32 



$ 33,688.62 

$ 50,599.31 

16. Street Lighting: 

White Mt. Power Co., street lights $ 2,310.01 

17. General Expenses of Highway Dept.: 

Wirthmore Stores, salt & culverts $ 3,141.60 

The Chemical Corporation, calcium chloride 605.75 

N. H. Bituminous Co., asphalt 2,977.66 

Lewis H. Frye, labor, power saw & truck 71.25 

Jess Olden, cold patch, labor & truck 315.50 

Leonard Mallard, foreman, truck, loader & grader 368.00 

Town of Sandwich, grader 368.00 

Horace Richardson, labor & truck 650.90 

Clyde B. Foss, labor 16.00 

Maurice Allard, labor 64.00 

Delmar Mclntire, labor 55.50 

Austin Morrill, labor 12.00 

Everett Bickford, truck 111.00 

David Rand, labor 39.00 

John McCormack, labor 49.50 

Phil Traversy, labor 24.00 



Thomas Cooney, foreman & truck 209.60 

Thomas Cooney, Castle Shores Road, repairs 222.00 

Arthur Solomon, bulldozer 221.00 

Mrs. Almon Evans, trucks 339.30 

David Thompson, labor 42.00 

Wayne Richardson, labor 3.00 

Roland Clifford, labor 3.00 

Ernest Hunter, gravel 20.00 

Aldrich Taylor, gravel 110.00 
Colby Marine Construction, repairs Harilla Landing 204.53 

C. A. Davis, materials 21.42 

Arthur Wakefield, dozer operator 32.00 

Russell Moulton, labor 48.00 

Meredith News, notices 36.00 

Verne Richardson, brush king 147.00 

Robert Shaw, Jr., labor 48.00 

Mark T. Colburn, labor 22.50 

Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, plowing 40.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Coe Road 200.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Shaker Jerry 3,000.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Kimball Road 100.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment 

Mountain Road 583.40 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Kona Road 500.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Frye Road 150.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Lunt Road 200.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Far Echoes Road 600.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Ash Cove Road 200.00 
Lauris E. Avery, labor & equipment, 

Beede Road 315.00 



$ 16,487.41 



Libraries : 



18. Nina L. Moulton, Treasurer, Appro. $ 2,652.50 



Adele Taylor, Librarian 

Lester Taylor, Janitor 

Virginia F. Price, assisting librarian 



600.00 

480.00 

67.50 

$ 3,800.00 



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Public Welfare: 



19. Old Age Assistance: 

State of N. H., Dept. of Public Welfare 

20. Town Poor: 

County of Strafford, provisions 

Laconia Clinic, services 

Laconia Hospital, services 

Twin Gates Manor, nursing care 

Dr. Charles Cataldo, services 

Meredith Pharmacy, medicines 

Huggins Hospital, services 

Dr. Aleksander Ratsep, services 

Peter 0. Larson, storage & distribution of 

surplus commodities 
Carroll County Home, delivering surplus foods 
Carroll County Commisssioners, surplus foods 
John P. Ives, storage & distribution of foods 



$3,243.03 



$ 741.45 

61.20 

343.25 

192.50 

10.00 

104.17 

140.31 

36.00 

100.00 

6.79 

37.37 

140.00 

$ 1,913.04 



Patriotic Purposes: 

21. Bicentennial: 

Adele Taylor, Treasurer 

Fletcher's Paint Works, materials 

Clyde B. Foss Agency, insurance 

The Meredith News, Bicentennial Books 

Lawrence Porter, services 

Harry W. Perkins, Police 



$ 2,100.00 

24.14 

490.00 

800.00 

100.00 

81.05 

$ 3,595.19 



22. Memorial Day: 

Center Harbor Band 
Hi-There Cafe, ice cream 
Rev. Edwin J. Godden, address 
Rev. Arthur Melancen 
Meredith TV, loud speaker 
Meredith Gardens, wreaths 



$ 50.00 

9.00 

25.00 

15.00 

5.00 

21.00 

$ 125.00 



23. Aid to Soldiers: 

Dr. Francis J. C. Dube 



$ 50.00 



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Huggins Hospital 604.74 

Dr. Aleksander Ratsep 277.00 



$ 931.74 



24. Parks & Playgrounds: 

Michael J. Murray, Instructor $ 450.00 

Shirley Dale, Playground assistant 90.00 

Ralph Wakefield, labor 750.00 

Ralph Wakefield, fork 5.95 

Ellen's General Store, supplies 40.77 

Lloyd George, labor 3.00 

Everett Bodge, labor 7.50 

Robert Shaw, labor 7.50 

Cardigan Sport Shop, baseball equipment 51.70 

Clark's Sign Shop, signs 200.00 

Russell Moulton, labor 708.00 
Horace Richardson, labor, truck, loam & gravel 178.00 

Moultonboro Plumbing & Hardware, stain 3.05 

Larry B. Davis, rubbish removal 589.00 

E. M. Heath, supplies 18.57 

Meredith News, notices 37.80 

George Hathaway, truck 1.50 

Everett Bickford, truck & chain saw 47.25 

David Rand, labor & truck 29.00 

Frank Mclntire, labor 16.00 

Thomas Cooney, cold patch, truck & sand 68.90 

David Thompson, labor 15.00 

John Oliver, labor 16.50 

Afsco Equipment Corp., bulldozer 336.50 

Robert Shaw, Jr., labor 54.75 

Wayne Richardson, labor 17.25 

Ralph Dale, labor 80.00 

Gerald Wallace, tree removal 75.00 

George C. Rhodes, lumber 24.96 

R. A. Lamprey, cleaning tanks 40.00 

Fred E. Davis, labor & materials 159.61 



$ 4,123.06 

25. Band Concerts 

Center Harbor Band $500.00 

26. Cemeteries: 

Charles Tate, labor $ 1,060.00 

Stewart Tate, labor 657.23 

Everett Bickford, labor & truck 195.81 

Charles Bickford, labor 63.00 

38 



E. M. Heath, supplies 40.24 

Fred E. Davis, labor & materials 75.00 

Horace Richardson, loam 150.00 

Vern's Garage, repairs lawn mower 19.33 

Prescott Lumber Co., pine 6.77 

Russell Moulton, labor 252.00 

C. A. Davis, materials 3.20 

C. W. Moulton, repairs lawn mower 8.00 

Ellen's General Store, supplies 6.60 

Wendell S. Racine, truck 10.00 

Robert Brown, labor 13.50 

Lyman Scribner, labor & truck 378.75 



$ 2,939.43 



27. Lee's Mills 



Francis G. Hambrook, survey $ 59.00 

Charles Tate, labor 1.50 

Leonard Mallard, grader 18.00 

Vern's Garage, truck 25.00 

Everett M. Bickford, truck & fill 264.50 

Horace Richardson, labor & truck 512.75 

George C. Rhodes, oak 24.00 

Pearson's Paint & Hardware, rods 5.01 

Thomas Cooney, gravel 10.50 

Mrs. Almon Evans, truck 106.20 

L. E. Avery, labor & equipment 4,387.50 

Afsco Equipment Corp., Bulldozer 1,033.50 

Ralph Dale, labor 304.70 

Structural Concrete Corp., dock slabs 910.00 

Ernest Hanley, 30 piles 180.00 

Robert Shaw, labor 4.50 

C. A. Davis, slabs and oak logs 38.20 

Russell Moulton, labor 55.50 

David Rand, labor 4.50 

Arthur Wakefield, Jr., labor 8.00 

$ 7,982.86 

Unclassified : 

28. Damages & Legal Expenses: 

Horace Richardson, time & mileage $ 83.00 

Preston B. Smart, deed work 5.00 

Eliot U. Wyman, legal services 60.00 
Town of Center Harbor, % cost of 

Bay District meeting 12.20 

Wakefield & Ray, legal services 20. 00* 

39 



Registry of Deeds, deed 3.45 

Nighs wander, Lord & Bownes, legal services 739.76 



$ 977.41 



29. Advertising & Regional Associations: 

Lakes Region Asosciation, appropriation $635.38 

30. Taxes bought by Town: 

Ernest L. Berry, Tax Collector: 

William & Marjorie R. Clarke $ 41.73 

Walter L. Koenig 829.97 

Chester A. Leach 23.97 

N. H. Forest Development Inc. 284.59 

Leo P. & Nellie O'Connell 111,28 

Leland Porter 22.72 

Courtland S. & Shirley Randall 194.76 

Hazel Straw 22.72 

Arthur D. & Anne Wakefield 22.72 



$ 1,554.46 



31. Discounts, Abatements & Refunds: 



Leonard Smart, refund on taxes $ 36.50 

Ernest L. Berry, tax refund on overpayment 136.47 

Thomas Cooney, refund per 1962 audit 30.10 

J. R. Caulk, tax refund 10.00 
Nina L. Moulton, refund to Library on fines 

collected and paid to Town 50.00 

Arthur E. Rideout, refund on town tax on car 29.52 

Harold Frye, refund on town tax on truck 3.92 

Loring P. Litchfield, dooryard refund 10.00 

Geo. F. Schulz, refund on town tax on car 6.45 

Erwin F. Herrick, refund on taxes 54.75 
Joseph T. D'Ambrosio, refund on Louise Janis 

redemption 198.33 
Joseph T. D'Ambrosio, refund Louise Janis 

1961 taxes, sold by error 42.43 
Ernest L. Berry, redemption 1961 Janis Property 42.43 

A. R. Brink, refund on town tax on car 3.02 

Vera Rockefeller, refund head & poll taxes 12.00 

Lewis Batchelder, refund auto permit 3.55 

Geo. W. & Beatrice C. Smith, refund on boat taxes 19.00 

Gustavo de Bustamonte, refund on taxes 76.00 

Thelma Moulton, refund on town tax on car 8.37 

Walter Johnson, dooryard refund 10.00 

$ 782.84 
40 



32. Social Security: 

N. H. State Treasurer, Town's Share $1,447.94 

Interest : 

33. Paid on Temporary Loans: 

Meredith Trust Co. $1,545.05 

34. Paid on Long Term Notes: 

Meredith Trust Co., fire house notes $435.32 

35. Paid on Bonded Debt: 

The People's National Bank, T. R. A. bond $97.50 

Outlay for New Construction: 

36. State Aid Construction: 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $5,000.00 

37. New Equipment: 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp., plates $129.34 
Porter Office Machine Co., computer 455.00 



$ 584.34 
Indebtedness : 

38. Payments on Temporary Loans: 

Meredith Trust Co., temporary loans $110,000.00 

39. Payment on Long Term Notes 

Meredith Trust Co., Fire House Note $3,000.00 

40. Payments on Bonded Debt: 

The People's National Bank, T. R. A. Bond $6,000.00 

41. State Head Taxes: 

N. H. State Treasurer $2,861.00 

42. Yield Debt Tax Retirement: 

N. H. State Treasurer $294.00 

43. Taxes Paid to County: 

Carroll County Treasurer $32,298.03 

41 



44. Payments to School Districts: 

Moultonboro School, 

Wm Appropriation $54,051 .65 

Moultonboro School, 

1963 Appropriation 57,000.00 

Gov. Wentworth Coop., 

1963 Appropriation 5,043.50 



$116,095.15 
Total Payments for All Purposes $411,909.86 

Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1963 $ 37,623.31 



42 



Report of Highway Agents 
1963 



East Side — Thomas Cooney, Road Agent 

Summer Maintenance: 

Thomas Cooney, foreman $ 1,176.00 

Thomas Cooney, truck 1,122.90 

Thomas Cooney, tractor 1,092.00 

Thomas Cooney, bulldozer §8-00 

Thomas Cooney, power saw 2.00 

Charles Tate, labor 151.50 

4bby Belden, labor 12.00 

David Thompson, labor 1,189.50 

Roland Clifford, labor 171.00 

Horace Richardson, truck 10.00 

Wayne Richardson, truck 6.00 

Vern's Garage, repairs to sander 14.50 

N, H. Bituminous Co., cold patch 288.32 

IJarold Lundy, gravel 80.00 

David Rand, labor 52.50 

Arthur Solomon, backhoe 128.00 

Herman Person, cement 4.95 

Kim Mitchell, use of lime spreader 10.00 

^loiiltonboro Plumbing & Hardware, 3 shovels 17.10 

Charles Bickford, labor 375.00 

fillen's General Store, salt 1.77 

Clarence Frye, labor 6.00 

Lauris Avery, truck & loader 197.20 

Pike Perkins, gravel 28.00 

■$ 6,204.24 



Winter Maintenance: 

Thomas Cooney, foreman $ 1,471.75 

Thomas Cooney, truck 560.00 

Thomas Cooney, truck plowing 2,125.00 

Thomas Cooney, bulldozer 280.50 

Thomas Cooney, tractor 657.00 

Richard Vappi, plowing 1,080.00 

Richard Vappi. labor 540.00 

Richard Vappi, tractor 12.00 

Richard Vappi, bulldozer 178.50 

Thomas Abbott, tractor 336.00 

Thomas Abbott, labor 168.70 

George Price, tractor 12.00 

Wendell Racine, truck 172.50 

Wendell Racine, labor 699.00 

Charles Tate, labor 574.50 

Joseph Stevens, labor 331.50 

Burleigh Moulton, moving dozer 10.00 

David Thompson, labor 633.00 

Harry Racine, labor 228.00 

Arthur Solomon, loader & tractor 105.00 

Verne Richardson, tractor 6.00 

Verne Richardson, labor 63.00 

Verne Richardson, plowing 120.00 

Horace Richardson, tractor 15.00 

Willis Wakefield, labor 12.00 

Town of Sandwich, grader 64.00 

Raymond Husband, labor 12.00 

Abby Belden, labor 12.00 

Ernest Hunter, gravel 38.00 

Clarence Frye, labor 69.00 

Kenneth Smith, labor 40.50 

Chester David, gravel 50.00 

Stewart Bryant, labor 10.50 

Roger Person, labor 12.00 

Wayne Richardson, labor 7.50 



$10,706.45 

Respectfully Submitted, 

THOMAS COONEY, 

Road Agent 



West Side and Moultonboro Neck 
Leonard Mallard, Road Agent 

Summer Maintenance: 

Leonard Mallard, foreman $ 714.00 

Leonard Mallard, truck 1,387.50 

Leonard Mallard, loader 1,125.00 

Leonard Mallard, grader 2,856.00 

John McCormack, labor 806.50 

Austin Morrill, labor 420.00 

Horace Richardson, truck 32.80 

Everett Bickford, labor 36.00 

Everett Bickford, truck 60.00 

Charles Bickford, labor 36.00 

Philip Traversy, labor 144.00 

Maurice Allard, labor 457.50 

Delmar Mclntire, labor 459.00 

Richard Brown, labor 150.00 

Eugene Brown, labor 292.00 

Charles Tate, labor 408.00 

Roland Clifford, labor 327.00 

$ 9,711.30 



45 



Winter Maintenance: 

Leonard Mallard, foreman $ 1,280.10 

Leonard Mallard, plow 1,776.00 

Leonard Mallard, loader 1,878.00 

Leonard Mallard, grader 424.00 

Leonard Mallard, truck 702.50 

Arthur Solomon, loader 986.00 

Arthur Solomon, plow 1,375.50 

Arthur Solomon, bulldozer 787.00 

Arthur Solomon, truck 70.50 

Burleigh Moulton, plow 1,503.00 

John Sellars, plow 1,473.75 

Lee Huston, plow 1,557.00 

Sylvester Rand, plow 580.50 

Verne Richardson, plow 2,117.00 

Roland Clifford, labor 592.50 

John McCormack, labor 1,470.00 

George Hathaway, labor 121.50 

David King, labor 24.00 

Ronald Moulton, labor 304.50 

Hazen Eldridge, labor 126.00 

Arthur Wakefield, labor 174.00 

Bill Ames, labor 201.00 

Everett Bickford, labor 852.00 

Everett Bickford, truck 659.00 

Harold McCormack, labor 27.00 

Austin Morrill, labor 823.50 

Ralph Dale, plow 787.50 

Charles George, labor 42.00 

Franklin Champaigne, labor 60.00 

Ambrose Bros. Inc., plow 376.50 

Tilton Sand & Gravel, cold patch 67.97 

Richard Brown, labor 199.50 

Charles Tate, labor 463.50 

Aaron Smith, mowing 94.50 



$23,977.32 



Respectfully submitted, 
LEONARD MALLARD, 

Road Agent 



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Auditor's Report 

To the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Moultonboro^ 
New Hampshire: 

In accordance with your request we have performed 
an examination and audit of the financial affairs of the town 
of Moultonboro (exclusive of the Moultonboro School Dis- 
trict) for the calendar year 1963. Our examination was made 
in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards 
and, accordingly, included such audit procedures as we con- 
sidered necessary under the circumstances. 

In our opinion the statement of current working assets 
and liabilities as reflected in the annual report of the town 
of Moultonboro, as at December 31, 1963, (exclusive of the 
Moultonboro School District) and the statement of receipts 
and disbursements of the Town of Moultonboro, (exclusive 
of the Moultonboro School District) and the results of bud- 
get operations for the year 1963, present fairly the financial 
position as at December 31, 1963, and the result of budgetary 
operations for the year then ended in conformity with gen- 
erally accepted accounting principles, applicable to govern- 
mental operations in New Hampshire, applied on a basis 
consistent with that of the prior year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DANA S. BEANE, Jr., C. P. A. 



50 



Report of Library Treasurer 

1963 



Receipts : 



Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1963 

Town Appropriation 

($1,147.50 left in Town 
Treasury for Librarian and 
Janitor's Salaries) 

Martha H. French Funds, dividends 

Fines (refunded by the Town) 

Memorial Books 


$ 


582.67 
3,800.00 

140.40 
50.00 
17.70 


Disbursements : 

Books $ 

Fuel 

Janitor's Supplies 

Insurance 

Repairs 

Librarian's supplies 

Librarian's emergency assistant 


$ 

1,737.60 

499.37 

21.10 

374.01 

249.50 

79.18 

18.00 


4,590.77 


$ 
Librarian's Salary $ 600.00 
Librarian's Assistant 67.50 
Janitor's Salary 400.00 


2,978.76 
$1,147.50 




Paid by Town 






$ 


4,126.26 


Balance Dec. 31, 1963 $ 464.51 

Respectfully submitted, 
NINA L. MOULTON 

Treasurer 
51 



Librarian's Report 



The town of Moultonboro celebrated its Bicentennial — 
from July 8-10. Part of the program was listed as open 
house at the library. During Saturday afternoon folks were 
free to inspect the library and many did so. 

During the past year the following books have been 
added to the Memorial Shelf. They are Birds of America in 
memory of David King; Pepperidge Farm Cookbook in 
memory of Mrs. "Jeppie" Davisson — both from Friends. 
The W. S. C. S. gave the following books: John Wesley in 
memory of Mrs. Nettie Taylor; Upon this Rock in memory 
of Mrs. Ruth Covert; and David in memory of Mrs. Attie 
Berry. Memorial gifts are always welcomed and may be 
made to the library at any time. 

In April, the school library branch will have been in 
effect for five years and is still as popular and as useful 
for both pleasure reading and supplementary reference 
work as when started in 1959. Isabelle Behr, Hazel Dale and 
Margaret Lamprey are in attendance on Thursday mornings. 

This past summer, Miss Virginia Price assisted the 
librarian as the circulation increases in the summer months 
in proportion to Moultonboro's increase in population. Many 
of the summer folks have been very generous in giving books 
and donations to the library. I would especially like to men- 
tion Mrs. Emma Nash, who gave a fine set of Shakespeare, 
which we needed, and many science text books. 

The reports received from the N. H. State Library for 
1962 indicate that Moultonboro is fourth in the state in 
per capita circulation with 21.3 books per person and an 
expenditure of $4.42 per person. 

The library statistics are: 

Circulation 1963 1962 

Fiction 3,508 4,061 

Non-Fiction 2,225 2,540 

Juvenile 2,282 2,355 

Magazine 374 410 



Total 8,389 9,366 

School Branch 6,759 8,529 



Grand Total 15,148 17,895 

52 



Number of Books Added to Library 

Fiction 166 

Non-Fiction 143 

Juvenile 263 



Total 572 

Gifts 97 



Grand Total 669 

Library Hours are: 

Wednesday and Saturday 2 P. M. to 4 P. M._ 

7 P. M. to 8 P. M. 

Respectfully submitted, 
ADELE V. TAYLOR, 

Librarian 



53 



Moultonboro Volun>teey Wim pep?ii^§»t 



Expenditures : 



White Mountain Power Company 


$ 408.48 


Leroy McCormack 


16.67 


M. Roy Foss 


308.92 


Gordon Foss 


£o.oo 


Clyde B. Foss Insurance Agency 


892.74 


Laconia Awning & Glass Company 


1.80 


Scott & Williams, Inc 


7.13 


Newberry Hill Stationers 


78.37 


Whitten Oil Company 


302.96 


Tamworth Oil Company 


453.39 


Ellen's Store 


10.19 


Robert Judge 


118.27 


E. M. Heath 


11.80 


Jessie Thompson 


5.00 


New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 


318.54 


American Fire Equipment Co. 


1,458.78 


Wilfred Wakefield 


4.00 


Thomas Hayward, Electrician 


39.10 


Moultonboro Plumbing & Hardware Co. 


6.00 


Northern Heating & Plumbing 


11.17 


Long Island Marina 


5.95 


Melvin Garage 


81.46 


Main Street Electrical Co. 


25.00 


Lakes Region Mutual Aid Fire Association 


6.00 


Huston's Gulf Station 


105.20 


Aetna Life Insurance Co. 


197.75 


Meredith News 


6.75 


Advance Advertising Service 


55.36 


N. H. State Firemen's Association 


25.00 


Sears, Roebuck & Co. 


11.10 


Kelley Tractor Co. 


194.95 


Prescott's Lumber Co. 


92.82 


F. S. Willey Co. 


2.75 


Vern's Garage 


157.06 


Rockingham Electrical Supply 


10.20 


Robert Shaw 


4.50 


Ralph Dale 


16.80 


Robbins Auto Supply Co. 


280.23 


Keene Two- Way Radio Service 


44.85 



Total Expenditures $ 5,797.04 

54 



Receipts : 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1963 $ .49 

Town of Moultonboro 6,061.67 



$ 6,062.16 
Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1964 $ 265*12 

Cash on Hand 13.00 



?■' 278.12 



Respectfully submitted, 
RICHARD E. PLAISTED 

Treasurer 



55 



Forest Fire Warden's Report 



During the past year New Hampshire faced the great- 
est fire threat to its woodlands in more than sixty years. 
The continued drought brought home to our citizens, as 
never before, the potential threat of destructive fires to 
their beautiful and valuable forests, homes and livelihood. 
In true American tradition of meeting a common threat by 
volunteer effort, this fire danger was minimized by active 
prevention, patrol and a relinquishing of personal rights 
for the common good. It was the greatest demonstration of 
public cooperation ever experienced by those responsible 
for local and state fire control. The ready forces of volunteer 
fire servics kept the losses low. For their effort and public 
response the general fire service expresses its heartfelt 
thanks for a job well done. 

Prevention however, is not just an activity for the bad 
fire years. It must be practiced until it becomes a part of our 
public conscience — a habit. Just plain carelessness with fire 
causes too many of our fires. 

The following practices and suggestions will help: 

1. Always have a permit for outdoor burning and burn 
within the terms of the permit and in a safe place. 
Burn late in the afternoon when the wind is down or 
on rainy or damp days. Check your fire and if winds 
develop extinguish it promptly. 

2. Carry your rubbish to the public dump — it's safer. 
A neglected backyard incinerator causes many fires. 

3. Never discard lighted cigarette or match. Make this 
a year round habit regardless of the safety of your 
surroundings. 

4. Children caused fires are now a major concern. Keep 
matches away from them and teach them to respect 
fire and not make it a subject of play. 

Let's all join with "Smokey the Bear" and Keep New 
Hampshire Green" and growing in 1964. 

Number of Fires and Burned Area in 1963 

Fires Area-Acres 

State 873 2117 

District 76 53% 

Town 2 14 

RALPH J. DALE 

Forest Fire Warden 

HUBERT C. HARTWELL, JR. 

District Fire Chief 

56 



Report of Bicentennial Treasurer 



^ceipts : 

Town of Moultonboro 


$ 


2,000.00 


Squam Lake Association — gift 




100.00 


Bicentennial Buttons 




185.75 


Bicentennial Ball 




115.00 


Cachets 




46.40 


Meredith VFW — Donation 




17.00 


Center Harbor Post Office - decorations 




10.00 


Miscellaneous 




1.06 


Total Receipts 


$ 


2,475.21 



Expenses : 

Advertising $ 223.00 

Water Ski Show 125.00 

Photographs 60.00 

Bands 615.00 

Fireworks 300.00 

Bicentennial Bali 100.00 

Building Decorations 555.00 

Bicentennial Buttons 132.57 

Chicken Barbecue 55.00 

Telephone calls 10.90 

Parade Ribbons 13.43 

Police Duty 198.00 

Car Parking Service 60.00 

Films 7.11 

Gift to Carnival King & Queen 10.00 



Total Expenses $ 2,465.01 

Cash on hand $10.20 

Respectfully submitted, 
ADELE V. TAYLOR, 

Treasurer 
Bicentennial Committee 

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Notes 



Moultonboro 



School Report 



1963 



School District Officers 



SCHOOL BOARD 



Mr. Walter K. Mitchell, Jr., Chairman Term Expires 1965 
Mr. Holland D. Ames Term Expires 1964 

Mr. Richard Vappi Term Expires 1966 

Moderator 

Mr. Maurice B. White 

Clerk 

Mr. Jack E. C. Clark 

Treasurer 

Mrs. Elena M. Jones 

Auditors 

Mrs. Beatrix Solomon Mr. Gilbert N. Wiggins 

School Physician 

Aleksander Ratsep, M. D. 

School Nurse 

Mrs. Amy L. Brown, R. N. 

Principal 

Mr. Roger E. Person, B. Ed. 

Attendance Officer 

Mr. Rolland D. Ames 

Superintendent 

Mr. Martin E. Heffernan, M. Ed. 
Office, Meredith, N. H. 

Term of office of all School District officers will term- 
inate on June 30, 1964 when Governor Wentworth Cooper- 
ative School District assumes responsibility for operation 
of Moultonboro Central School. 

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Special Meeting of 
Moultonboro School District 

Moultonboro, N. H. 

January 19, 1963 



The Special District Meeting was called to order at the 
Moultonboro Central School by the Moderator, Clyde B. Foss 
at 2:00 P. M., January 19, 1963. 

The Moderator read the warrant and the polls were 
opened. 

The Moderator then re-read Article 1. and stated that 
meeting was open for discussion and that the members of 
the committee and the School Board were in the room to 
answer any questions pertaining to the issue. There were 
no questions asked and the people proceeded to vote. 

Motion was made by Gilbert Wiggins and seconded by 
Horace Richardson to extend the voting time to 7:00 P. M. 
in order to allow the people who had not voted time to vote. 

This was voted on in the affirmative. 

A letter of protest was then given to the Moderator 
by Stewart Lamprey. Mr. Lamprey protested the legality 
of the meeting on the grounds that the voters had not been 
given any opportunity to discuss the question. 

The polls were closed by the Moderator at 7:00 P. M. 
and the ballots counted. The Moderator then announced 
the result of the vote as follows: 

Total number of votes cast 339 

Yes 191 

No 147 

Void 1 

The meeting was called to order at 8:00 P. M. by the 
Moderator, Clyde B. Foss who then read Article 2. of the 
warrant and asked for nominations for representatives. 
Horace Richardson nominated David Hammond as #1 and 
Gilbert Wiggins as #2. The Moderator called for any other 
nominations. Robert Lamprey nominated William Visser. 
It was then moved that the nominations cease. The motion 
was carried. 

Motion was made and seconded that the voting be by 
ballot. This was voted on in the affirmative. 

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The voting by ballot proceeded, the votes were counted 
and the following results announced by the Moderator: 



Total number of votes cast 


57 


David Hammond 


40 


Gilbert Wiggins 


39 


William Visser 


23 


Void 


1 



The Moderator then announced that David Hammond 
and Gilbert Wiggins, each having a majority of the votes 
cast, were elected to serve as representatives on the Interim 
Committee. 

Article 3. was read by the Moderator. No other business 
being brought before the meeting, motion was made and 
seconded to adjourn. Voted to adjourn at 8:45 P. M. 

DOROTHY W. DAVIS, 

Clerk 

A true copy of School Meeting Minutes — Attest: 

DOROTHY W. DAVIS, 

Clerk 



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Minutes of Special Meeting of 

Moultonboro School District 

Moultonboro, N. H. 

March 2, 1963 



The Special School District meeting was called to order 
by Clyde B. Foss, Moderator, at two o'clock in the after- 
noon on March 2, 1963. 

The moderator stated that due to the clerk's absence 
from the state the first order of business would be the 
election of a clerk pro tempore. 

Mr. Gilbert Wiggins moved that a clerk pro tempore 
be elected as required by RSA 197:20, that nominations 
for clerk pro tempore be from the floor and that the elec- 
tion of said clerk pro tempore be by secret written ballot. 
The motion was seconded by Gordon Foss. On voice vote 
the vote was in the negative and the moderator declared 
that the motion did not carry. 

Mr. Stewart Lamprey moved that the clerk pro tempore 
be nominated and elected from the floor. This motion was 
duly seconded. The moderator called for discussion on the 
motion. There being no discussion the meeting proceeded 
to a voice vote. The voice vote was in the affirmative and 
the moderator declared that the motion had carried. 

The moderator called for nominations for clerk pro 
tempore. Theodora Woodman nominated Elinor Davis. This 
nomination was seconded by Louise LaPlante. Vera Rocke- 
feller nominated Dortha Wiggins. This nomination was 
seconded by several persons. 

Mr. Stewart Lamprey moved that the nominations 
close. This motion was duly seconded. The moderator called 
for discussion on the motion. There being no discussion 
the meeting proceeded to a voice vote. The voice vote was in 
the affirmative and the moderator declared that the motion 
had carried. 

Mr. Stewart Lamprey moved that the election of the 
clerk pro tempore be by a show of hands. This motion was 
duly seconded. The moderator called for a discussion on the 
motion. There being no discussion the meeting proceeded 
to a voice vote. The vote was in the affirmative and the 
moderator declared that this motion had carried. 

The moderator appointed Stewart Lamprey as teller 
to assist in counting the votes. 

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The meeting then proceeded to vote by a show of hands. 

The moderator announced the results of the voting as 
follows : 

Total number of votes 216 
Elinor Davis 78 

Dortha Wiggins 138 

The moderator declared that Dortha Wiggins had been 
elected clerk pro tempore. The moderator administered the 
oath of office to Mrs. Wiggins as clerk pro tempore. 

The moderator then read the warrant for the meeting 
in its entirety and also read the certificate of the school 
board as to the posting of the warrant in public places. 

The moderator then reread Article #1 of the warrant. 

Mr. Gilbert Wiggins offered the following resolution 
and moved its adoption. 

Resolved: That the Moultonboro School District 
petition the State Board of Education to become a 
member of a Cooperative School District which majr 
include, in addition to this district, the following: 
Alton, Brookfield, Effingham, New Durham, Ossipee, 
Tuftonboro, Wakefield and Wolfeboro. 

The resolution was seconded by Gordon Foss. 

Gordon Foss moved that the voting on Article #1 be 
by printed "Yes" and "No" ballot and that the polls remain 
open for this purpose until six o'clock this afternoon. This 
motion was duly seconded by several persons. 

On a voice vote the vote was in the affirmative and 
the moderator declared that the motion by Gordon Foss had 
carried. 

The moderator then called for discussion on the resolu- 
tion offered by Mr. Wiggins. A lengthy discussion ensued. 
Mr. William Visser was recognized by the chair. Mr. Visser 
asked the voters to think of the future of the pupils and 
the town. He first pointed out that transportation was more 
than a question of just time and distance. He felt that the 
costs of transporting pupils to Wolfeboro were uncertain. 
He also discussed the problems of feeder routes to the main 
bus route. 

Mr. Visser then compared the estimated enrollment of 
the proposed Governor Wentworth School to that of Inter- 
Lakes. He stated that the 1000 enrollment figured earlier 
for Governor Wentworth School was now estimated at 733 
while Inter-Lakes figured an enrollment of 546 pupils. He 
said that if Moultonboro ioined with Inter-Lakes the num- 



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ber of pupils enrolled in the two schools would level off 
so that there would be little difference between the two. 

Mrs. Vera Rockefeller being recognized by the chair 
wished to thank Mr. David Hammond for the excellent 
written report of the comparison of the proposed schools 
which he had mailed to the citizens of Moultonboro. 

Mrs. Cora Roth being recognized by the chair spoke 
on distance and time required by her son to travel to Inter- 
Lakes. She questioned the enrollment figures suggested 
previously by Mr. Visser. 

Mr. Harold Edwards moved that the discussion be 
closed and that the meeting proceed to vote. The motion 
was seconded. Many "No's" were heard from the audience. 

The moderator then recognized Mr. Stewart Lamprey on 
a point of inquiry. Mr. Lamprey inquired as to what would 
happen to the pupils from Moultonboro during 1963. 

Mr. Visser answered by stating that he wished we had 
the answers. He further stated that this problem had been 
anticipated but not resolved and had been an increasingly 
acute problem since both Laconia High School and Brewster 
Academy had refused to accept any more Moultonboro 
tuition pupils. He then added that Brewster Academy did 
not definitely refuse to take Moultonboro pupils but gave 
no assurance that they would. 

Mr. Harold Edwards attempted to get his motion that 
the discussion be closed and that the voting begin, voted 
upon but the moderator ruled that Mr. Lamprey had the 
floor. Mr. Lamprey's remarks continued. Mr. Lamprey 
yielded the floor to Messrs. Edward Dufault and Roger 
Person each of whom made brief remarks. 

Mr. Richard Vappi, being recognized by the chair, asked 
Mr. Visser if the pupils would be able to go to school if the 
vote were favorable to Wolfeboro. He was assured by Mr. 
Visser that provisions would be made to accommodate the 
pupils. 

Mr. Arthur Solomon suggested that the debates be 
limited to two minutes but no motion was made. 

Mr. Nighswander, counsel for the Moultonboro School 
Board, stated that the moderator could decide how long 
the discussions could be and no vote was taken. 

Mrs. Chester Wilder expressed a hope that there would 
be no unpleasantness after the meeting. 

The moderator then called for a vote on the motion 
of Mr. Harold Edwards that the discussion close and that 



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the voting begin. On a voice vote, the vote was in the af- 
firmative and the moderator declared that Mr. Edwards' 
motion had carried. 

The moderator then stated that there was no legal re- 
quirement that the checklist be used at the meeting. 

The moderator then read to the meeting the provisions 
of RSA 197:11 and RSA 197:13 relative to the qualifications 
of voters and the penalties for wrongful voting. There was 
no request that the checklist be used. 

The moderator declared the polls open and the meeting 
proceeded to vote on Article #1 by secret "Yes" and "No" 
ballot. 

At 5:55 o'clock in the afternoon the moderator warned 
that the polls would close in five minutes. At 6:00 o'clock 
in the afternoon the moderator asked if all those then 
present had voted. No one indicated that he had not voted 
and the polls were duly closed by the moderator. 

The moderator and the school board appointed Theodora 
Woodman, Mary Smith, Maurice White and Nelson Lambert 
as inspectors to assist the moderator, and clerk pro tempore 
in counting the votes. After the ballots were counted the 
moderator announced the results of the vote on the resolu- 
tion for Article #1 offered by Mr. Gilbert Wiggins as 
follows : 

Total votes cast 462 

Number of votes needed to adopt resolution 232 

Number of "Yes" votes 241 

Number of "No" votes 221 

The moderator announced that since more than a majority 
of the qualified voters present and voting had voted in the 
affirmative the resolution offered by Mr. Wiggins had 
been adopted. 

The meeting then recessed until eight o'clock in the 
afternoon. 

The meeting was again called to order by the moderator 
at eight o'clock in the afternoon. The moderator then read 
Article #2 of the warrant. Mr. Gordon Foss moved that 
the district elect two representatives to serve with repre- 
sentatives from the other school districts on an interim com- 
mittee who shall prepare a financial budget for the pro- 
posed Cooperative School District. The motion was duly 
seconded by William Rathman. The moderator called for a 
discussion on the motion. There being no discussion the 
meeting proceeded to a voice vote. The vote was in the 
affirmative and the moderator declared that the motion had 
carried. 

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The moderator called for nominations for representa- 
tives to serve on the interim committee. Mr. Richard Vappi 
nominated Gilbert N. Wiggins and David E. Hammond as 
two representatives to serve on the interim committee. 
The nominations were seconded by Mr. Lawrence Porter. 
The moderator asked if there were any further nominations. 
After several moments of silence Mr. Lawrence Porter 
moved that the nominations close. This motion was duly 
seconded. 

The moderator called for a discussion on the motion. 
There being no discussion the meeting proceeded to a voice 
vote which was in the affirmative and the moderator de- 
clared that the motion had carried. 

The moderator then called for a voice vote on the elec- 
tion of the two nominees to serve on the interim committee. 
The voice vote was unanimously in the affirmative. There 
being no negative votes the moderator then declared that 
David Hammond and Gilbert Wiggins had been duly elected 
as representatives to serve on the interim committee. 

The moderator then read Article #3 of the warrant. 

No further business was brought before the meeting. 

Mr. Lawrence Porter moved that the meeting be ad- 
journed. The motion to adjourn was seconded by several 
people. On a voice vote the motion to adjourn was adopted 
and the moderator declared the meeting adjourned at 8:10 

P. M. " * IP 

Respectfully submitted, 

DORTHA R. WIGGINS 

Clerk pro tempore 



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Moultonboro School District Meeting 
Moultonboro, N. H. 



April 16, 1963 



The School District Meeting was called to order by the 
Moderator, Maurice B. White, on April 16, 1963 at the 
Moultonboro Central School Auditorium. 

The Moderator read the warrant, declared the polls open, 
and voting began with the polls to remain open until 9:00 
P.M. 

The Moderator called the business meeting to order at 
8:00 P. M. Mr. White re-read the warrant. 

On Article 2 it was voted to appoint the salaries of the 
School Board and Attendance Officer and fix the compensa- 
tion of all other officers and agents as printed in the pro- 
posed budget 1963-64 of the Moultonboro School District 
as printed, copies of which were available for all present. 

It was voted to accept the reports of Agents, Auditors, 
Committees, and officers chosen as printed in the school 
report. 

On Article 4 "To see what action the District will take 
relative to authorizing the School Board to negotiate a 
contract with another District for the education of the 
secondary pupils for the year 1963-64", an explanation was 
given by Mr. William Visser, Chairman of the School Board. 
He said that in their efforts to make arrangements for 
schooling of our high school students until the construction 
of the new cooperative school, they had contacted Inter- 
Lakes, Plymouth, Tilton-Northfield, Bristol, Franklin, La- 
conia, Ashland, Conway and Brewster to see if our stu- 
dents might be accepted on a tuition basis next year. Mr. 
Visser reported that, considering the qualifications, curri- 
culm, and transportation, Plymouth was the logical choice. 
The Plymouth School Board had voted to accept the Moulton- 
boro students on a tuition basis of $430 per student. On 
motion of Leonard Plaisted, seconded by Gordon Foss, it 
was voted to negotiate a contract with the Plymouth School 
District. 

Article 5 of the warrant, following an explanation of 
the proposed budget by the School Board, was then voted 
upon. It was voted unanimously to raise the sum of 
$119,379.12 for the ensuing year for the support of schools. 

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It was a vote in the affirmative to authorize the School 
Board to make application for and to accept, on behalf of 
the District, any or all grants or offers for educational 
purposes which may now or hereafter be forthcoming from 
the State of New Hampshire and/or United States. 

Mr. Gilbert Wiggins, Interim Board Member, reported 
on the Board's work in Wolfeboro and urged attendance 
at the Organizational Meeting of the new Governor Went- 
worth District at which time Moultonboro voters will elect 
a regular member of that board. Mrs. Elizabeth Hammond 
has filed for this position. 

It was voted that the School Board be authorized to 
appoint Agents or Committees whenever necessary. 

At 9 :00 P. M. the Moderator inquired if all had voted 
and then closed the polls. 

The business meeting was adjourned at 9:35 P. M. and 
the ballots counted with the following results: 

Total number of votes cast 154 

Moderator — 

Maurice B. White 144 

Clyde B. Foss 1 

Treasurer — 

Elena M. Jones 135 

Hazel Dale 2 

Margaret Walker 1 

Thelma Moulton 1 

Clerk- 
Jack E. C. Clark 105 

Dorothy Davis 4 

William Visser 1 

Member of the School Board — 

Richard Vappi 83 

Willliam Visser 69 

Auditors — 

Beatrix Solomon 130 

Gilbert Wiggins 123 

William Rathman 1 

All elected officers were sworn in by the Moderator. 

The Moderator was sworn in by the Clerk. 

It was then voted to adjourn. 

DOROTHY W. DAVIS 

Clerk 
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Minutes of Organization Meeting of the 
Cooperative School Districts of Effingham, 
Moultonboro, New Durham, Ossipee, Tufton- 
boro & Wolf eboro, held at Brewster Academy 
Gymnasium^ Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, 

April 20, 1963. 



The meeting was called to order by Mr. Cecil Pike of 
New Durham, who had been designated to do so by the State 
Board of Education, at 2:05 P. M. Mr. Pike read the Warrant. 

Article 1 

Mr. Pike called for nominations for Moderator. Mr. 
Irving Jennings of New Durham nominated Mr. Cecil Pike 
for Moderator. The nomination was seconded. No other nom- 
inations having been made it was moved and seconded that 
the nominations be closed. The motion was carried in the 
affirmative by a voice vote. Dr. Edwin Goodall of Wolfeboro 
moved that Mr. Donald Savard of Wolfeboro, Chairman of 
the Interim Committee for the formation of a Cooperative 
School District, cast one vote for Mr. Pike. The motion was 
seconded and carried by a voice vote in the affirmative. Mr. 
Savard having cast one ballot for Mr. Pike, Mr. Pike was de- 
clared elected. He was sworn to faithfully carry out the 
duties of his Office by Eliot U. Wyman, Justice of the Peace. 

Article 2 

Mr. Pike called for nominations for Clerk Pro-Tern. Mr. 
Edward Kurth of Tuftonboro nominated Mr. Henry F. Hurl- 
burt 3rd of Tuftonboro for Clerk Pro-Tern of the Meetjing. 
The nomination was seconded. No other nominations having 
been made, it was moved and seconded that the nominations 
be closed. The motion was carried in the affirmative by a 
voice vote. Dr. Goodall then moved that Mr. Savard cast one 
vote for Mr. Hurlburt for Clerk Pro-Tern. The motion was 
seconded and carried in the affirmative by a voice vote. Mr. 
Savard cast one ballot for Mr. Hurlburt. The Moderator 
declared Mr. Hurlburt elected. He was sworn to faithfully 
carry out the duties of his Office by Cecil Pike, Notary 
Public. 

Article 3 

The Moderator read the Article again and asked if there 
were any discussion. The Moderator recognized Mr. Diffend- 
erfer of Ossipee. Mr. Diffenderfer offered suggestions to 

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the meeting with reference to waiting a period of ten weeks 
in order to see what action the New Hampshire State Legis- 
lature might take with reference to certain bills recom- 
mended to the Legislature by the Interim Committee on 
State Aid to Education. No motion was made. The Moderator 
then recognized Mr. Savard. Mr. Savard then moved that 
the following Resolution be adopted: 

Resolved: That a cooperative school district comprising the 
school districts of Effingham, Moultonboro, New Durham, 
Ossipee, Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro be organized to provide 
for the educational needs and services of all elementary 
and secondary school children and that its establishment 
be effective as of July 1, 1964. The motion was seconded. 
In the discussion which followed, Mr. Knox of Ossipee 
wanted to know why grades one through six could not be 
excluded from the Cooperative District. Mr. Potter of Effing- 
ham brought up the question of what protection the indivi- 
dual towns had in relation to action taken by the Cooper- 
ative School Board. Mr. March of Tuftonboro raised the 
question of whether the bills currently before the State 
Legislature as recommended by the Interim Committee on 
State Aid to Education would be retroactive. In each instance 
an answer was given by Dr. Goodall in behalf of the Interim 
Committee for the formation of a Cooperative School 
District. The discussion having been concluded, each town 
voted separately by written ballot with the following results : 

Spoiled 





Total 






Town 


Ballots Cast 


Aff. 


Neg 


Effingham 


50 


47 


2 


Moultonboro 


70 


63 


7 


New Durham 


34 


29 


5 


Ossipee 


113 


82 


31 


Tuftonboro 


131 


113 


31 


Wolfeboro 


183 


176 


7 



Totals 581 510 70 1 

The Moderator declared the Motion carried in the af- 
firmative and the Resolution adopted. 

Article 4 

The Moderator read Article 4 again. Mr. Wiggin of 
Moultonboro moved that the School Board of this District 
consist of seven members, one from each pre-existing School 
District and one member at large. The motion was seconded. 
Mr. Newcomb of Tuftonboro moved that the School Board 
of the District consist of nine members, one from each pre- 
existing School District and three members at large. This 
motion was not seconded. After some discussion the Moder- 
ator called for a voice vote on Mr. Wiggin's motion. The 

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vote was in the affirmative and the motion was declared 
carried. 

Article 5 

In accordance with the requirements of RSA Chapter 195, 
Section 4 (supp) each pre-existing School District voted for 
candidates from their respective pre-existing School Dis- 
tricts by written ballot and with the use of their check lists 
with the following results: 

Effingham: Total votes cast 47. Result - Mrs. Margery 
Earle 37, Mrs. Herbert Thompson 8, Joyce Van Tassel 1, 
Spoiled 1. 

Moultonboro: Total votes cast 64. Results - Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Hammond 59, Mr. Richard Vappi 2, Blanks 3. 

New Durham: Total votes cast 34. Results _ Mr. Irv- 
ing Jennings 33, Spoiled 1. 

Ossipee: Total votes cast 121. Results - Mr. Harry May 
121. 

Tuftonboro: Total votes cast 125. Results - Mrs. Elsie 
Dunn 41, Mr. Kenneth King 35, Mr. Edward Kurth 40, Mr. 
Richard Lester 7, Mr. Forrest Hodgdon 2. 

Wolfeboro: Total votes cast 158. Results - Mr. Donald 
Savard 150, Dr. Edwin Goodall 8. 

Following the tabulation of the foregoing votes the 
Moderator announced the results and declared Mrs. Margery 
Earle, Mrs. Elizabeth Hammond, Mr. Irving Jennings, Mr. 
Harry May, Mrs. Elsie Dunn and Mr. Donald Savard elected 
from their respective Districts. The Moderator then called 
for nominations for School Board Member at large. Mr. 
Erickson of Wolfeboro nominated Dr. Edwin Goodall of 
Wolfeboro. The nomination was seconded. Mr. Neal of Ossipee 
nominated Mr. Richard Lord of Ossipee. This nomination 
was seconded. No further nominations being made it was 
moved and seconded that the nominations be closed. The 
motion was carried in the affirmative by a voice vote. A 
vote was taken by written ballot using the check lists for 
each pre-existing School Board District with the following 
results : 

Total 
Town Votes Cast Goodall Lord Jennings 



Effingham 


45 


11 


34 




Moultonboro 


69 


54 


15 




New Durham 


29 


24 


4 


1 


Ossipee 


129 




129 




Tuftonboro 


101 


97 


4 





72 



Wolfeboro 141 141 



Totals 514 327 186 1 

Following" tabulation of the foregoing votes the Moder- 
ator declared Dr. Edwin Goodall elected as member at large. 

In accordance with the foregoing votes the Moderator 
declared the following to be elected for the following terms : 
Dr. Edwin Goodall — Member at large 3 Years 

Mr. Donald Savard — Wolfeboro 3 Years 

Mr. Harry May — Ossipee 2 Years 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hammond — Moultonboro 2 Years 
Mrs. Elsie Dunn — Tuftonboro 1 Year 

Mrs. Margery Earle — Effingham 1 Year 

Mr. Irving Jennings — New Durham 1 Year 

Article 6 

The Moderator read Article 6 again. Mr. Erickson of 
Wolfeboro moved that the meeting recommend to the Coop- 
erative School Board a formula for prorating the cost of the 
capital outlay and operation of the Cooperative School 
District, based on twenty-five per cent (25%) of all costs 
being apportioned of the ratio that the equalized valuation 
of each pre-existing district bears to the Cooperative School 
District, and seventy-five percent (75%) being apportioned 
on the average daily membership for the preceding year in 
accordance with RSA Chapter 195 Section 7 - III. The Mod- 
erator asked if there was any discussion. There being none, 
he put the motion to a voice vote. The motion was carried 
and the Moderator so declared. 

Article 7 

The Moderator read Article 7 again. Mr. Kurth of Tuf- 
tonboro moved that the District vote to raise and approp- 
riate the sum of nine thousand, six hundred dollars ($9,600.) 
to defray the cost of organizing and maintaining the Cooper- 
ative School District until July 1, 1963 and for an operating 
budget for 1963-64. The Moderator asked if there was any 
discussion. There being none, he put the motion to a voice 
vote. The motion was carried and the Moderator so declared. 

Article 8 

The Moderator read Article 8 again. Dr. Goodall of 
Wolfeboro moved that the District vote to authorize the 
School Board of the Cooperative School District to make a 
survey of the building sites, to recommend sites, to take 
options if necessary, to engage the services of an educational 
consultant, to engage the services of an architect, to prepare 
preliminary plans, to make topographical surveys and to take 

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such borings as may be necessary and to do all other things 
necessary to enable the Committee to make a report and 
recommendations, and to raise the sum of five thousand 
dollars ($5,000.00) for such purposes. The Moderator asked 
if there was any discussion. There being none, he put the 
motion to a voice vote. The motion was carried and the 
Moderator so declared. 

Article 9 

The Moderator read Article 9 again. Mr. Jennings of New 
Durham moved that the District vote to raise and approp- 
riate the sum of twenty-three thousand nine hundred dol- 
lars (23.900.) to engage the services of a Principal, Guid- 
ance Director, Transportation Supervisor, and to provide the 
necessary administrative expenses for the above named in 
carrying out their duties until July 1, 1964. The Moderator 
asked if there was any discussion. There being none, he put 
the motion to a voice vote. The motion was carried and the 
Moderator so declared. 

Article 10 
The Moderator read the Article again. Mr. Pottor of 
Effingham moved that the District be named the Thresher 
Memorial School District in honor of those men who perished 
in the recent sinking of the United States Submarine 
"Thresher." The motion was seconded. The Moderator asked 
if there was any discussion. Following some comments by 
Mr. Nixon of New Durham, the Moderator put the motion 
to a voice vote. The motion was not carried and the Moder- 
ator so declared. Mr. Nixon of New Durham moved that the 
District be named the Governor Wentworth Regional School 
District. The motion was seconded. The Moderator asked if 
there was any discussion. There being none, he put the 
motion to a voice vote. The motion was carried and the Mod- 
erator so declared. 

There being no further business to come before the 
meeting, the Moderator declared the meeting adjourned at 
4:30 P. M. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing minutes of the 
Organization Meeting of the Cooperative School District 
comprising the pre-existing School Districts of Effingham, 
Moultonboro, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro and Wolfe- 
boro are a true record of all action taken at that meeting. 

HENRY F. HURLBURT 3rd., 

Clerk Pro-tem 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of 
the original minutes. 

HENRY F. HURLBURT 3rd., 

Pro-tem 
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School District Warrant 

State of New Hampshire 
Carroll, SS School District of Moultonboro 



To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town of 
Moultonboro, in the County of Carroll, in said State, qualified 
to vote in District affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Moultonboro 
Central School in said district on the 9th day of March 1964, 
at 5:00 P. M. in the afternoon, to act on Article 1 hereof, 
and you are further notified to meet at the same place on the 
same day at 8:00 P. M. to act on the remaining articles in 
this warrant. 

Article 1 of this warrant covering the election of Mod- 
erator, Clerk, Auditors and member of the School Board 
will be acted upon at 5:00 P. M., and voting will be by offical 
ballot and check list. The polls will remain open for this 
purpose from 5:00 P. M. until 9:00 P. M., if the meeting so 
determines. 

Article 1. To choose by ballot a Moderator, a Clerk, two 
Auditors, and one member of the School Board 
to serve until July 1, 1964. 

Article 2. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, 
or officers chosen and pass a vote relating there- 
to. 

Article 3. To choose agents, and committees in relation to 
any subject embraced in this warrant. 

Article 4. To see if the District will vote to authorize the 
School Board to convey to the Governor Went- 
worth Cooperative School District, by Quit Claim 
Deed, the present Moultonboro Elementary School, 
together with the contents thereof, and all land 
owned by the District. 

Article 5. To see if the District will vote to direct the Treas- 
urer to pay over to the Treasuer of the Governor 
Wentworth Cooperative School District any cash 
balance in his hands, or money due the District as 
of July 1, 1964, less any outstanding bills or 

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debts; any sum so transferred to be used as a 
credit against the Cooperative School District 
assessment to be raised by the pre-existing Moul- 
tonboro School District to defray its share of 
the cost of operation of the Cooperative District 
during the first year of operation. 

Article 6. To transact any other business that may legally 
come before said meeting. 

Given under our hand at said Moultonboro this 17th day 
of February 1964. 

WALTER K. MITCHELL, Chairman 
RICHARD VAPPI 
ROLLAND D. AMES 

School Board of Moultonboro, N. H. 

A true copy of Warrant — Attest : 

WALTER K. MITCHELL, Chairman 



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Financial Report 

Moultonboro School District 
1962-1963 



RECEIPTS: 

Local : 

Current Appropriation 

State : 

School Building Aid 
Handicapped Children 
Lunch Program 

Notes : 

Building Addition 

Total Receipts from all Sources 
Balance June 30, 1962 

Total 



$111,051.65 



$ 3,541.50 

769.46 

1,317.83 



3,850.00 

$120,530.44 
5,292.78 

$125,823.22 



EXPENDITURES: 



Administration : 



Salaries of District Officers 

Contracted Services 

Other Expenses of Administration 



$ 



720.00 
523.80 
337.16 



Instruction : 

Salaries for Instruction 

Textbooks 

Library & Audiovisual Material 

Teaching Supplies 

Contracted Services 

Other Expenses for Instruction 


$ 

$ 30,820.02 
439.56 
317.74 
955.42 
313.00 
195.00 


1,580.96 



$ 33,041.04 



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Attendance Services: 



Salary Attendance Officer 


$ 


15.00 








$ 


15.00 


Health Services: 








Salaries, Nurse & Doctor 
Health Expenses 


$ 


671.30 
147.94 








$ 


819.24 


Transportation : 








Contracted Services 


$ 


15,266.51 








$ 


15,266.51 


Operation of Plant: 








Salaries of Custodian 

Supplies for Operation 

Contracted Services 

Heat for Building 

Utilities, Telephone & Electricity 


$ 


3,399.96 

753.43 

103.99 

2,080.19 

1,154.00 








$ 


7,491.57 


Maintenance of Plant: 








Repairs to Equipment 
Repairs to Building 
Other Expenses 


$ 


143.01 
911.96 
131.10 








$ 


1,186.07 


Fixed Charges: 








School District Contributions 

Insurance 

Other Fixed Charges 


$ 


2,472.71 

379.97 

45.00 








$ 


2,897.68 


School Lunch: 








Salaries 

Lunch Reimbursement 


$ 


1,746.00 
1,317.83 








$ 


3,063.83 



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Capital Outlay: 



Sites 

Building 

Equipment 


$ 


254.83 

3,869.20 

497.43 




Debt Service: 

Principal of Debt 
Interest of Debt 


$ 


11,300.00 
2,036.25 


4,621.46 


Outgoing Transfer Accounts: 

Tuition 

District Share of Supervisory 

Union Expenses 
Tax for State-wide Supervision 


$ 


$ 

27,783.50 

2,714.51 
368.00 


13,336.25 






$ 


30,866.05 


Total Expenditures 


$114,185.66 



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Moultonboro School Lunch Program 

July 1, 1962 to June 30, 1963 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Beginning Balance — July 1, 1962 



$ 869.52 



Receipts : 

Lunch Sales — Children 
Lunch Sales — Adults 
Special Milk Program 
Reimbursement 

Total Receipts 

Total Available 

Expenditures : 

Food 

Gas 

Equipment 

Supplies, Ser. Chgs., etc. 

Total Expenditures 

Balance — June 30, 1963 



$ 3,329.44 

281.20 

328.31 

1,317.83 



$ 5,043.61 

102.50 

300.00 

63.46 



$5,256.78 
$6,126.30 



$5,509.57 
$ 616.73 



Number of Days Meals Served 180 

Number of Meals Served Pupils 15,476 

Number of Meals Served Adults 1,135 

Average Daily Number of Pupils Served 86 

All meals were type "A" balanced meals as per Federal 
Regulations. 



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Moultonboro School District 
Statement of Bonded Indebtedness 

Date of Issue, July 1, 1948 — Rate 2%% 
Amount of Issue, $100,000.00 — Meredith Trust Co. 



Year 

1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 



Totals 



Due July 1 


July & Jan. 1 


Total 


Principal 


Interest Due 




5,000.00 


625.00 


5,625.00 


5,000.00 


500.00 


5,500-00 


5,000.00 


375.00 


5,375.00 


5,000.00 


250.00 


5,250.00 


5,000.00 


125.00 


5,125.00 


$25,000.00 


$1,875.00 


26,875.00 



Date of Issue, July 1, 1958— Rate 3% 

Amount of Issues, $23,000 and $40,000 

Meredith Village Savings Bank 



Fiscal Year 


Principal 


Interest Due 




Ending 


Due July 25 


July 25 Jan. 1 


Total 


1964 


6,300.00 


567.00 472.50 


7,339.50 


1965 


6,300.00 


472.50 378.00 


7,150.50 


1966 


6,300.00 


378.00 283.50 


6,961.50 


1967 


6,300.00 


283.50 189.00 


6,772.50 


1968 


6,300.00 


189.00 94.50 


6,583.50 


1969 


6,300.00 


94.50 


6,394.50 



Totals $37,800.00 $1,984.50 $1,417.50 $41,202.00 

Date of Issue, July 10, 1962— Rate 3% 

Amount of Issue, $3,850. 

Meredith Trust Co. 



Fiscal Year 
Ending 



Principal 
Due July 10 



Interest Due 
July 10 Jan. 10 



Total 



1964 
1965 
1966 



1,500.00 

1,500.00 

850.00 



57.75 
35.25 
12.75 



35.25 
12.75 
12.75 



1,593.00 
1,548.00 

875.50 



Totals 



$3,850.00 $105.75 $60.75 $4,016.50 



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School District Treasurer's Report 

For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1963 

Receipts : 

Cash on Hand, July 1, 1962 $ 5,292.78 

Received : 

Selectmen $111,051.65 

State Treasurer 4,310.96 

State Funds: 

Building Aid $3,541.50 
Handicapped 769.46 

Federal Funds 

Lunch Program 1,317.83 

Received from all Other Sources 30.70 

Refund 2.70 

Insurance Settlement 28.00 



Total Receipts $116,711.14 



Total amount available for Fiscal Year $122,003.92 

Less School Board orders paid $110,366.36 



Balance on Hand, June 30, 1963 $ 11,637.56 

ELENA M. JONES 

Treasurer 



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Auditor's Report 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements and other financial records of 
the school district of Moultonboro of which the above is a 
true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963 and 
find them correct in all respects. 
July 30, 1963 

GILBERT N. WIGGINS 
BEATRIX H. SOLOMON 

Auditors 



Report of Superintendent of Schools 



To the School Board and Citizens of Moultonboro: 

I respectfully submit my ninth annual report as your 
Superintendent of Schools. 

Staff 

The opening of school in September noted only two 
changes in the staff. Mr. Robert S. Prescott, a graduate of 
Keene and Plymouth State Teachers College, replaced Mrs. 
Marion Lindsey in the departmental set up in Grades Six 
through Eight. Mrs. Clyde C. Brown, R. N., returned as 
Nurse-Teacher after a years leave of absence. 

Additions and Improvements 

During the summer recess the walls in the Auditorium- 
Gymnasium and corridor were painted by the Custodian. 
The range in the school lunch program was replaced with 
a larger one. A master clock system for ringing bells was 
installed. The program of improvement of the grounds was 
continued by adding fertilizer to the lawn and play area. 

Cooperative School 

At the Special School District on March 2, the District 
voted in favor of petitioning the State Board of Education 
to become a member of a Cooperative District to include the 
following districts of Alton, Brookfield, Effingham, New 
Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro, Wakefield and Wolfeboro. 

As a result of the favorable votes taken by the Effing- 
ham, Moultonboro, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro and 
Wolfeboro School Districts, the State Board of Education 
at a meeting on March 11, 1963 approved the organization 
of a Cooperative District, Grades One through Twelve. 

The Organizational Meeting was held on April 20, 1963 
at the Brewster Academy Gymnasium. A copy of the min- 
utes of this meeting are included in another section of the 
School Report. 

The Sandwich School District was annexed to the Inter- 
Lakes Cooperative at a re-organization meeting in April of 
1963, and with the closing of Quimby School at Center 
Sandwich, the Sandwich pupils were transferred to Inter- 
Lakes High School. 

With the transfer of the Sandwich pupils, the Inter- 
Lakes High School was not able to accommodate all the 
high schools pupils from Moultonboro, and after much study 

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by the School Board, an agreement was reached, and the 
pupils in Grade Twelve were assigned to Inter-Lakes High 
School and the Plymouth School Board agreed to sign a 
contract to accommodate the pupils in Grades Nine through 
Eleven until the new high school at Wolfeboro is ready. 

Under the supervision of Roger E. Person, Principal of 
the Moultonboro Central School an opportunity for partici- 
pation in basketball was set up and the team has played 
games with high and prep schools in this area. 

Costs 

The property tax assessment for the school year 1963-64 
is $118,582.75 which is 46.59% of the total property tax. 
Considering the State as a whole, an average of fifty-seven 
percent of all local property taxes are earmarked for the 
support of schools, and one-half of all N. H. School Districts 
designate at least 65% of the property tax for school 
purposes. The Moultonboro School tax rate per $1,000 of 
assessed valuation is 17.70% and the state average is 
29.35% and this rate is due to the high valuation of the 
Town. 

Conclusion 

On July 1, 1964 the Moultonboro School District, as a 
part of the Governor Wentworth Cooperative School Dis- 
trict will be under the supervision and administration of the 
Wolfeboro-Pittsfield Supervisory Union. 

It certainly has been a pleasure to work with the var- 
ious Board Members during the past nine years, and look 
back on the progress made. I wish to take this time to 
express my appreciation to them, the Teaching Staff, Cus- 
todian, School Lunch Supervisor, Transporters, elected Of- 
ficers and P. T. A. members for their fine cooperation and 
sincere devotion to their responsibilities. 



MARTIN E. HEFFERNAN 

Superintendent of Schools 



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Principal's Report 
1963-64 



The school year 1963-64 will go on record as the one 
with our largest enrollment. We opened with 146 pupils and 
it has increased to 150. The enrollment is divided as follows: 

Mrs. Whitehouse 26 First Graders 

Mrs. Perkins 15 Second Graders & 16 Third Graders 

Mrs. Kaffel 20 Fourth Graders 

Mrs. Tilton 15 Fifth Graders & 19 Sixth Graders 

Mr. Prescott 20 Seventh Graders 

Miss Goss 15 Eighth Graders 

A team teaching program was instituted for Art, Music 
and Physical Education in the first four grades with Mrs. 
Whitehouse teaching Art, Mrs. Perkins the Music, and Mrs. 
Kaffel the Physical Education. On the upper grade level, 
Mrs. Tilton teaches the Fifth Grade along with the Sixth 
Grade Social Studies and the Fifth and Sixth Grade Com- 
bination T. V. Science series. Mr. Prescott teaches Sixth 
Grade Reading and Language, Seventh Grade Division II 
Reading and Language, Seventh Grade Science and boys 
Physical Education. Miss Goss teaches Seventh Grade Div- 
ision I Reading and Language, Seventh Grade Social Studies, 
Eighth Grade Reading, Language and Social Studies, also 
Art during some study periods. Mr. Person teaches Eighth 
Grade Science, Eighth Grade Mathematics to two divisions, 
Seventh Grade Mathematics to two divisions, Sixth Grade 
Mathematics to two divisions and Fourth Grade Science. 
Mrs. Kaffel also has a remedial Reading Program for Grades 
Four through Eight. 

Miss McCuen teaches Music on Fridays and Mr. Bushnell 
teaches Instrumental Music on Monday afternoons. 

We hope that this varied program is doing the job that 
is needed by the pupils of Moultonboro and solicit your aid 
in planning for any areas which may seem neglected. 

Yours in service, 

ROGER E. PERSON, 
Principal 



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Report of the School Nurse 



September — December 1963 Inclusive 

This year the nurse is scheduled to be in Moultonboro 
one day a week usually on Tuesday. 

All students were examined in September by Dr. Ratsep, 
school physician. 

Vision tests have been completed for each student. A 
notice was sent home by those found to have a defect sug- 
gesting further examination by their family eye doctor. 

Poly-Vi-Sol Vitamin tablets are given free to all child- 
ren. These are being donated by the Grange, P. T. A. and the 
Red Cross. 

An added test for the children this year was the Visual 
Color Test. This is to check for color blindness and even 
though nothing can be done to cure this, it is increasing in 
importance to know about the defect especially in choosing 
a vocation. 

Some children attended the Speech Clinic held in 
Meredith December 4, 1963. Mrs. Lawrence, Speech Patholo- 
gist, and her team from Portsmouth Rehabilitation Center 
were at the Clinic to screen the children on the degree of 
a speech problem. A detailed report is to be sent to the 
school to aid in improving this defect. The Pythian Sisters 
donated towards the Clinic so the children could attend. 

Routine heights and weights were checked for each 
child in the fall and frequent inspections for cleanliness 
were done. 

The cooperation of the members of the school board, 
superintendent, principal, all school personnel, school doctor 
and parents of the community has been appreciated. 

Respectfully submitted, 

AMY L. BROWN R.N. 

School Nurse 



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Moultonboro Tuition Pupils 







1963-1964 








Plymouth 




Grade 


8- 


-June Bickford 




Grade 


9- 


— Champaigne, Paul 


Folliard, Robert 






Hazeltine, Nathan 


Ives, Joan 






Mitchell, Rodney 


Molburg, Pamela 






Neill, Brenda 


Oliver, John 






Shaw, Dennis 


Tower, Richard 






Hall, John 




Grade 


10- 


—Bodge, Betty 


Dale, Shirley 






Davis, Sandra 


Donahue, Barbara 






Gray, Paul 


Hicks, Earl 






Huston, Anne 


Melanson, Jean 






Molburg, John 


Monteith, Linda 






Nudd, Marjorie 


Price, Virginia 






Richardson, Donna 


Roth, David 






Wakefield, Maxine 


Laplante, Cathleen 






Leighton, Bonnie 




Grade 


11- 


—Folliard, Kathleen 


Hammond, Robert 






Hoyt, Francis 


Leighton, Charles 






McCorma'ck, Gloria 


Molburg, Sherry 






Ober, Bruce 


Person, Dwight 






Wakefield, Edwin 


Wakefield, Linda 


Grade 


12- 


—Ober, Chester 

Inter-Lakes 


Tallman, Charles 


Grade 


12- 


—Abbott, George 


Ives, John 






Mitchell, Jeffery 


Molburg, Deborah 






Oliver, Sherry 


Plaisted, George 






Prince, Richard 








Brewster Academy 




Grade 


11- 


—Davis, Diane 





Grade 12 — Roth, Charles 

Fryeburg Academy 

Grade 10 — Wiggins, Diane 

Wolfeboro Special Class 

Molburg, Richard 



88 



8th Grade Graduates — June 1963 



Paul Champaigne Rodney K. Mitchell 

John Edward Hall Pamela Ann Molburg 

Robert J. Folliard Calvin T. Moulton 

Nathan L. Hazeltine Brenda Lee Neill 

Joan C. Ives John J. Oliver 

Robert J. Lamprey Richard S. Tower 

Jennifer Ann White 

Class Colors: Red and White 

Class Flower: White Carnation 

Enrollment and Teachers 

School Year Beginning September 1963 



Grade Enrollment Teachers 

1 25 Mrs. Fannie Whitehouse, B. Ed. 

2 15 Mrs. Clara Perkins, B. Ed. 

3 16 Mrs. Dorothy Kaffel, M. Ed. 

4 & 5 36 Mrs. Irma E. Tilton 

6 — 8 54 Miss Judith Goss, B. Ed. 

Robert S. Prescott, B. Ed. 
Roger E. Person, B. Ed., Principal 

Miss Elena McCuen, B. M. Ed., Music Supervisor 
Mr. Roy Foss, Custodian 
Mrs. Martha Oliver, School Lunch 

Transporters 

Mrs. Lorraine B. Gruner 

Mrs. Ernestine Richardson 

Mrs. Irma E. Tilton 

Mr. Frank E. Mclntire 

Mr. Ralph Dale 

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CENSUS REPORT SUMMARIES 





Total 


Local In 


fiber: 


0-18 years 


Schools 


1963 


295 


146 


1962 


285 


125 


1961 


277 


125 


1960 


258 


123 


1959 


258 


114 


1958 


273 


122 



AGES AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 1963 

Less than 1 year 11 

1 year 16 

2 years 13 

3 years 14 

4 years 16 

5 years 7 

Total 77 



ENROLLMENTS 


September : 




1963 


146 


1962 


126 


1961 


126 


1960 


123 


1959 


118 


1958 


119 



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VITAL 
STATISTICS 



Births 

Registered in the Town of Moultonboro, N. H. 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1963 



rem 

Q 



Name of Child 



Name of Father 



Maiden Name 
of Mother 



1963 

Jan. 

1 

Mar. 
6 

13 
17 

Apr. 
10 

21 
21 

May 
15 

June 
13 

July 
1 

Nov. 
11 

Dec. 

7 



Stacy L. Packard 2 Marcus Packard 



Robin L. Elliott 2 

Warren T. Clifford 1 
Brian T. Hoag 2 



Evelyn Lamprey 2 

Rachel Hodgdon 2 

Terri J. Sellars 5 



Theresa Young 3 

Sheryl Lively 1 

Shawn McLean 1 

Richard Cheney Jr. 1 
Joanne McCormack 2 



Raymond Elliot 
Ernest Clifford 
William Hoag 



Russell Lamprey 
Samuel Hodgdon 
John H. Sellars 



Irad Young 
David Lively 
William McLean 
Richard Cheney 
Scott McCormack 



Judith M. Austin 



Pamela Ball 
Sally King 
Constance Tibbetts 



Patricia Quirk 
Carmelo Maldanado 
Janet Miller 



Gail E. Mudgett 
Glenda Gillooly 
Linda Jones 
Donna Lee Cilley 
Mary A. Kimball 



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Marriages 

Registered in the Town of Moultonboro, N. H, 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1963 



Name and Surname 
of Groom and Bride 



Residence at Time 
of Marriage 



Name and Residence 

and Title of Person 

by Whom Married 



Feb. 



1 


Philip Melancen 


21 


Moultonboro 




Marilyn Clifford 


19 


Moultonboro 


Apr. 
20 


Sherbourne Harvey 


25 


Meredith 




Virginia Gilbert 


18 


Moultonboro 


June 








15 


David Thompson 


21 


Moultonboro 




Nancy Emerson 


19 


Tamworth 


29 


Harvey Beth 


25 


Boston, Mass. 




Jill Edwards 


23 


Moultonboro 


29 


Wayne Mudgett 


24 


Moultonboro 




Carol Crawford 


20 


Arlington, Mass. 


22 


Kendrick Diller 


54 


Moultonboro 




Gretchen Diller 


42 


Meredith 


July 








3 


Stewart Tate 


68 


Moultonboro 




Rose Perron 


53 


Bristol 


13 


Gary Lambert 


19 


Moultonboro 




Patricia Davis 


18 


Center Tuftonboro 


Aug. 








31 


Richard Royea 


33 


Holderness 




Virginia Hicks 


36 


Moultonboro 



Oct. 

2 Lee Huston 29 Moultonboro 

Eleanor Wakefield 28 Moultonboro 



Dec. 

7 Richard Vallie 
Emily George 



19 Lakeport 

20 Moultonboro 



Rev. Arthur Melancen 



Rev. Frank H. Gross 



Rev. Herbert Prince 

Guy U. Home 
Justice of the Peace 
Rev. Wesley Burwell 

John Ramsey 
Justice of the Peace 



Rev. Ethel L. Matthews 
Rev. Gsrard Noel 



Rev. Arthur Melancen 



Rev. Arthur Melancen 



Fr. John Boyd PPVE 



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Deaths 

Registered in the Town of Moultonboro, N. H. 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1963 



■M- 






H- 










O £ 






O 










•*-» 






0) *• 








of Mother 


-+* Qt 


Name 


< 


o ± 


Name 


ot 


Father 




« Q 

Q 




2 CQ 
Q. 








Maiden Name 



Jan. 



Feb. 



18 Ruth G. Covert 61 Mass. John Flanagan 



1 Attie E. Berry 82 N. H. Loran Berry 

14 Florence Smith 86 N. H. John Dearborn 



Mar. 

1 Olive F. Rideout 81 N. H. 

6 Arthur E. Rideout 85 Mass. 

Apr. 

20 Irving Duren Jr. 48 Mass. 

20 Linda Plaisted N. H. 

25 Ralph Mullen Sr. 63 Me. 



JVlay 

19 David D. King 



23 Mass. 



July 

1 Shawn McLean N. H. 

3 Mary Sullivan 79 Mass. 

4 Benjamin Walker 63 N. H. 



Orrin Bennett 
Henry Rideout 

Irving Duren Sr. 
Richard Plaisted 
Stephen Mullen 

- ws 

Gordon King 

William McLean 
William Sullivan 
Benjamin Walker 



Sept. 
20 
21 


Elsie Rogers 
Robert Reid 


69 
75 


Mass. 
R. I. 


Elliott 
Duncan 


Rogers 
Reid 


Oct. 

5 

28 


Harry F. Smith 
Shirley Jackson 


73 
71 


N. H. 
N. H. 


Andrew 
George 


Smith 
Jackson 


Nov. 
11 
17 


Almon Jackson 
Arthur Melancen 


50 
50 


Mass. 
Ark. 


Almon 
Henry 


Jackson 
Melancen 



Dec. 
8 
8 

14 
25 



Maude Berry 77 

Catherine Gallant 79 

Wesley Ward 88 

Mary Gildden 69 



Me. Charles Whitehouse 

Ireland Dennis O'Neil 
Canada William Ward 
Mass. Ira Clough 



Margaret Oldrad 



Mary Smith 
Dolly Vittum 



Margaret Burke 
Adelaide Wallace 



Florence Taggart 
Gloria Taylor 
Dora Crawford 



Eleanor Huston 



Linda Jones 
Mary Crowley 
Fanny Fogg 



Jessie Anderson 
Julia Hutchins 



Christain Bunker 
Lida Marston 



Hanna Fletcher 
Marion Tucker 



Cora Hanson 
Catherine Hart 
Mother Unknown 
Mary Delaney 



I hereby verify that the foregoing returns are correct 
to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MINA E. BERRY 

Town Clerk 



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