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Full text of "Annual reports of the Town of Derry, New Hampshire"

The 



Annual Report 



of the 



Officers and Committees 



of the 



Town of Derry 

New Hampshire 

For the Year Ending 

January 51, 1935 



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PRINTED Vt THE IDEAL PRESS 



Officers of the Town of Derry 



Selectmen 

Joseph R. Edwards Everett R. Rutter 

James S. Webster 

Town Clerk 
Walter H. Warren 

Treasurer 

Harlan A. Cochran 

Tax Collector 

Howard C. Abbott 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

Harry W. Wilson Edwin B. Weston 

Benjamin F. Low 

Moderator 

Herbert L. Grinnell, Jr. 

Auditors 

N. A. Chapman Oliver H. Hepworth 

George M. Currier 

Supervisors of Checklist 

Louise J. Cog-swell Alfred N. MacCallum 

O. H. Hepworth 

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IN 

ToM^n Warrant 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the Inhabitants of the Town of Derry, quaUfied to 
vote in Town affairs : 

You are hereby instructed to meet at the Veterans' 
Memorial Building- in said Town on the second Tuesday of 
March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1. To elect one Selectman for three years. Town Clerk, 
Treasurer, Collector of Taxes, Library Trustees, Trustees of 
the Trust Funds, Auditors, and all other necessary Town 
officials for the year ensuing. 

2. To vote to raise and appropriate such sums of 
money as may be necessary for the support of schools, main- 
tenance of the poor, for laying out and repairing highways, 
for building and repairing bridges, for the maintenance of 
trunk line and state aid roads, for the suppression of moths, 
for the police department and municipal court, for hydrant 
service and electric lights, for salaries of town officials, for 
the Board of Health, for the expense of the Town halls, for the 
support of libraries, for state and county taxes, for the obser- 
vance of Memorial Day, for aid to the Derry Visiting Nurse 
Association, for playground purposes, for cooperating Avith 
the state and federal governments in control of the white pine 
blister and for all other necessary charges arising in said 
Town, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

3. To see if the Town will accept state aid for con- 
struction of the Class 2 road known as Island Pond Road and 
raise and appropriate, or set aside for said purpose, the sum of 
$1,888.50; or will accept state aid for construction of Class 5 
roads and raise and appropriate, or set aside for said purpose, 
the sum of $1,018.22, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropri- 
ate the sum of $6,750.00 for the construction of the Island 
Pond Road, provided the State shall appropriate the sum of 
$6,750.00 for the same purpose, it being understood that if 
said appropriation is made by the State and the Town accepts) 
said special aid, that the Town shall not be entitled to state 
aid for Class 2 roads, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

5. To see if the Town will direct the Collector of 
Taxes to allow a discount to all persons paying their taxes 
within such period as the Town shall limit, to fix the rate of 
such discount, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

6. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue as an 
open highway and make subject to gates and bars the road 

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leading- from the residence of Louisa Doran, near the Hamp- 
stead Road, to the Jackman farm, so-called, and pass any vote 
1 elating thereto. 

7. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to 
administer or dispose of any real estate acquired by the Town 
through Tax Collector's deeds, and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to authorize its Select- 
men to borrow money in anticipation of the tax:es for the year 
1935 on the negotiable notes of the Town, said loans to be 
repaid from 1935 taxes collected, and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the provisions 
of the Municipal Budget Act, and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

10. To see if the Town will appoint a Zoning Com- 
mission, to consist of five members, to recommend bound- 
aries for zoning -districts in said Town and to recommend 
appropriate regulations therefor, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 42 of the Public Laws, and pass any vote 
relating thereto. 

11. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of 
One Hundred Dollars for the expenses of the Zoning Com- 
mission if the Town votes to appoint such commission under 
the preceding article, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of One Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of 
advertising and giA-ing publicity to the natural industrial 
advantages of the Town of Derry, and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

13. To see if the Town will vote and appropriate the 
sum of Twentv-five Hundred Dollars, or any part thereof, for 
the repair of High Street (Extension) and Folsom Road, and 
pass any vote relating thereto. 

14. To see if the Town will appropriate a sum of 
money to purchase a Booster Pump for the East Derry Fire 
Department, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of Five Hundred Dollars, or any part of said 
sum, for the purpose of constructing a cistern for fire pro- 
tection purposes in East Derry, said work to be performed 
under the direction of the Board of Selectmen for the relief 
of unemploym.ent, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars for the purchase 
of the Derry Athletic Field, so-called, from the Derry Athletic 
Association, the same to be used and maintained as a public 
playground, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate a sum of money for the purpose of removing garbage 

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from the premises of the inhabitants, and pass any vote relat- 
ing thereto. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of Five Hundred Dollars for free public band 
concerts in the Town during the summer of 1935, and pass 
any vote relating thereto. 

19. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, and Com- 
mittees, heretofore chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

20. To* appoint any necessary committee on any article 
embraced in this warrant. 

Given under our hands and seal of the Town of 
Derry, this 23rd day of February A. D. 1935. 

JOSEPH R. EDWARDS 
EVERETT R. RUTTER 
JAMES S. WEBSTER 

Selectmen of Derry. 

A true copy of warrant, Attest : 

JOSEPH R. EDWARDS 
EVERETT R. RUTTER 
JAMES S. WEBSTER 

Selectmen of Derry. 



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Report of the Selectmen 



INVENTORY OF TAXABLE PROPERTY 
IN TOWN FOR 1934 



Lands and Buildings 


$4,634,795.00 




Electric Plants 


151,855.00 , 




Horses, 129 


9,405.00 




Oxen, 1 


40.00 




Cows, 663 


31,740.00 




Other Neat Stock, 3 


185.00 




Sheep, 16 


65.00 




Hogs, 20 


200.00 




Fowls, 7,711 


5,830.00 




Fur-Bearing Animals, 2 


30.00 




Vehicles, 13 


500.00 




Portable Mills, 1 


300.00 




Boats and Launches, 1 


200.00 




Wood and Lumber 


2,340.00 




Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 


7,355.00 




Stock in Trade 


205,472.00 




Mills and Machinery 


59,496.00 




Total Valuation, 1934 




$5,109,808.00 


Total Valuation, 1935 . 




5,259,355.00 


Decrease 


$149,547.00 


Exemption of Soldiers 




$ 72,870.00 



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Budget oS the Town o( 

Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year 
Revenue and Expenditures of the Previous 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 



From State: 

Interest and Dividends Tax 

Insurance Tax 

Railroad Tax 

Savings Bank Tax 

For Fighting Forest Fires 

For State Aid Construction 

For E. R. U. Roads 

For Traffic Duty on Pallotta Const. 

From Local Sources Except Taxes : 

Business Licenses and Permits 
Rent of Town Hall and Other Bldgs. 
Interest Received on Taxes 
Income of Departments : 

(a) Highways, including rental of 
equipment 

(b) Sewers 
Reimbursement of bills paid by Town 
Deeds for Cemetery Lots 
Sidewalks 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees. 1934 

1935 



From Local Tcxes Other Than 
Property Taxes : 

(a) Poll Taxes 

(b) National Bank Stock Taxes 
Income of interest from Trust Funds 
Temporary Loan 10,000.00 
Perpetual Care of Cemetery Lots 400.00 
Filing Fees 20.00 

Revenue Applicable Only To Payments 



Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Previous 


Ensuing 


Tear 


Year 


1934 


1935 


$4,507.77 


$4,500.00 


39.23 


35.00 


585.74 


500.00 


5,192.24 


4,500.00 


91.99 




24.84 




7.379.25 




387.60 




276.00 


200.00 


, 172.50 


150.00 


1,894.44 


1,500.00 


2,322.77 




1,059.58 


1,000.00 


n 226.06 




60.00 




78.88 




2,132.09 


4,500.00 


2,526.32 






4,500.00 


525.00 


500.00 


ts 32.80 


15.00 



On Indebtedness : 






1934 Seavey Tax 




10.44 


Tax Sales Redeemed 


1933 


11,225.48 


Tax Sales Redeemed 


1932 


2,962.82 


Tax Sales Redeemed 


1931 


514.37 


Dog Licenses 




625.71 



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Derry, Ne'w Hampshire 

February 1, 1935 to January 31, 1936, Compared with Actual 
Year February 1, 1934 to January 31, 1935. 



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 



CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES : 

General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries $4,029.52 

Town Officers' Expenses 2,450.26 
Election and Registration Expenses 501.03 

Municipal Court Expenses 66.87 
Expenses Town Hall and Other 

Town Buildings 3,392.59 

Protection of Persons and Property: 



Actual 


Estimated 


Expenditures 


Expenditures 


Previous 


Ensuing 


Tear 


Tear 


1934 


1935 



$4,000.00 

2,200.00 

200.00 

200.00 

3,000.00 



Police Department 


4,099.31 


4,500.00 


Damage by Dogs 


99.97 




Fire Hydrants and Forest Fires 


6,324.58 


6,300.00 


Traffic Duty 


399.60 




Health: 






Health Department 


377.43 


400.00 


Vital Statistics 


123.75 


100.00 


Sewer Maintenance 


• 508.67 


500.00 


Highways and Bridges : 






F. E. R. A. 


1,606.52 




E. R. U. 


7,379.25 




Hillside Ave. 


990.36 




General Expense of Highway 






Department 


15,031.66 




Town Maintenance 


16,515.88 


27,500.00 


Stop Light 


116.63 


150.00 


Street Lighting 


4,011.27 


4,000.00 


Libraries : 






Town Library 


3,700.00 


3,700.00 


Taylor Library 


700.00 


700.00 


Public Welfare : 






Legal Expense 


3.50 




Town Poor 


7,713.06 


7,500.00 


Patriotic Purposes: 






Industrial Advantages 


167.60 




Memorial Day and Other 






Celebrations 


200.00 


200.00 



BUDGET : Revenues 



Total Revenues From All Sources, 

Except Property Taxes $55,273.92 



1933 Taxes $ 30,618.12 

1934 Taxes less Bank Stock 120,638.49 



TOTAL REVENUES $206,530.53 



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BUDGET : Expenditures 

Recreation : 

Alexander Park 32.25 50.00 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Refunds 251.25 

Cemeteries 272.12 300.00 

Visiting Nurse 400.00 400.00 

Interest : 

On Temporary Loans 100.00 100.00 

On Bonded Debt 675.00 550.00 

Outlay For New Construction and 
Permanent Improvements : 

Highways and Bridges : 

State Aid Construction 



Town's Share 




2,711.82 


944.25 


Sidewalk Construction 




269.88 


300.00 


High Street Drain 




583.44 




Lands and Buildings 




311.50 


200.00 


New Equipment, Hydrant 




900.00 




Indebtedness : 








Perpetual Care of Cemetery 


Lots 


400.00 





Payment on Principal of Debt: 

(a) Bonds, Veterans' Memo. Bldg. 3,000.00 3,000.00 

(b) Long Term Notes, Taxes 

bought by Town 18,195.63 

(c) Temporary Loan 10,000.00 

Payments to Other Governmental 
Divisions : 

State Taxes 12,298.00 

County Taxes 12,438.77 

Payments to Precincts 9,950.00 

Payments to School Districts 43,374.45 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $196,673.42 



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Balance 



ASSETS 



Cash: 



In hands of Town Treasurer $20,444.98 

Taxes Not Collected, Levy of 1934 27,590.16 
Parker Taxes and Interest 1,217.76 

Police Court Balance 25.00 

Due from abutters on sidewalks 110.51 

Due on Sewer Rentals 566.95 

1933 Taxes bought by Town 6,970.15 

1932 Taxes bought by Town 2,961.10 

1931 Taxes bought by Town 51.49 

Unexpended Balance, State Aid Const. 7,37 



Total Assets $59,945.47 



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Sheet 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed By Town : 

Orders out-standing $1,246.28 

Dog Licenses due schools 525.74 

Balance of 1934 Appropriation 

due schools 30,000.00 

Bills out-standing 50.46 

Unexpended Balance in State Treasury 

on State Aid Construction 7 .Z7 

Unexpended balance in Town Treasury 

on State Aid Construction 9.82 

December Relief Bill due State 747.20 

Supplementary bill in dispute 216.98 

Veterans' Memorial Bldg. Bonds 10,000.00 



$42,803.85 
Surplus Over Liabilities 17,141.62 

$59,945.47 



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Land, Buildings and Equipment 



Town of Derry, N. H., January 31, 1935 

Adams Memorial Building and 

Furniture $41,275.00 
Derry Library, Furniture and 

Equipment 29,000.00 

East Derry Town House 3,000.00 

Veterans' Memorial Building 50,000.00 
Shepard Building for Taylor Library 10,000.00 
Property acquired through Tax 

Collectors' Deeds 51.49 

Highway Department: 



Shed on Fordway and Garage at 






Pumping Station 


3,500.00 




Linn Tractor 


3,000.00 




Asphalt Roller 


300.00 




Cleveland Tractor 


800.00 




Road Roller 


500.00 




Land for Dump, gravel bank 


400.00 




Conant truck loader 


350.00 




Ford Pick-up 


100.00 




MacCormack-Deering tractor and 






road grader 


500.00 




Plows 


2,000.00 




Mack Truck 


1,500.00 




Fordson tractor and road grader 


50.00 




Kettle and pouring pots 


25.00 




Small tools 


500.00 








$146,851.49 


erry Water Works Department: 






Original Cost of Plant 


$135,577.16 




Extensions 1906 to 1934 


82,455.99 




Extensions 1934 




$218,033.15 



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Report of Tax Collector 

LEVY — 1933 

Real and Personal Property Sj; 147,823.62 

Bank Stock 549.00 

Polls 5,006.00 

Londonderry .' chool District 468.21 



Total Leyy $153,846.83 

Additional Property $174.30 

Less Property Abated 161.40 12.90 

$153,859.73 

Paid Harlan Cochran, Treasurer $152,568.78 

Discounts allowed for early payment l,248.4o 

Poll abatements $190.50 

i^ess additional polls 148.00 42.50 



$153,859.73 
Also Paid Harlan Cochran, Treasurer : 

Interest from delinquents $800.11 

Interest on deposits 8.60 

Derry, N. H. HOWARD C. ABBOTT, 

March 28, 1934. Tax Collector. 

Derry. N. H. 
March 29, 1934. 

We haye this day examined the accounts of the Tax 
Collector, Howard C. x\bbott, and found them correct. 

GEORGE M. CURRIER, 
H. L. GRINNELL, Jr. 
Auditors. 

LEVY OF 1934 TO FEBRUARY 16, 1935 

Total Leyy $149,897.64 

Additional Property 570.60 



Total to Collect $150,468.24 

Paid treasurer to Jan. 31, 1935 $121,163.49 

Collected Jan. 31, 1935 to Feb. 16,1935 5,742.78 

Discount allowed for early payment 1,536.42 

Property abatements to date 178.17 

Uncollected, Feb. 16, 1935 21,847.38 



Also collected : 

Interest from delinquents to date $290.36 

Additional polls 198.00 

Derry, N. H. HOWARD C. ABBOTT, 

February 16, 1935. Tax Collector. 

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$150,468.24 



Report of the Board oS Health 



The Board of Health wishes to submit the following report : 

In last 3^ears' report your attention was called to the 
condition of cesspools and sewerage. Many cesspools that 
were a source of trouble to the property owners have been 
taken care of and the condition made more sanitary. It still 
remains a fact that these cesspools are in many cases causing 
a great amount of contamination and sooner or later we will 
have some diseases that we may attribute to these conditions. 
We have no town carts for the removal of the contents, but 
are dependent upon private individuals to perform this duty 
and they have done so quite to the satisfaction of the property 
owners in the matter. It seems that a town of this size 
should have some means constantly available to attend to 
the removal either by contract, by private individuals, or town 
operated. 

We have been very free from any infection. There 
has been no typhoid fever in our midst and the constant 
supervision of the children in school by school nurses and 
our district nurses association has brought about very bene- 
ficial results. There have been held both state and town 
clinics in many branches of examination and I think all have 
been benefited by visiting these clinics. 

The matter of cancer in the state as verified b) the 
report is on the increase ver ,■ rapidly and it behoves all who 
have reason to suspect any trouble to take advantage of the 
numerous clinics held in the state and present themselves for 
examination. By so doing many lives could be saved and 
great suffering averted. 

There has been much work done by the nurses, both 
town and state, to help us in our work of health and I can but 
speak in highest terms of those valuable services. 

I wish to thank all for their kindness and helpful 
assistance during my term of office. 

Respectfully submitted, 

S. J. COGSWELL, M. D. 



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Report ot To^rn Treasurer 



H. A. COCHRAN, Treas. 

Cash on hand January 31, 1934 $9,341.59 

Receipts : 

H. C. Abbott, 1934 Taxes 120,638.49 

H. C. Abbott, 1933 Taxes 30,618.12 

H. C. Abbott, National Bank Stock 525.00 

H. C. Abbott, Interest on delinquents 800.11 

Interest on Taxes redeemed 1,094.33 

Tax Sales redeemed 14,702.67 

1934 Seavey Tax 10.44 

From State: 

Insurance Tax 39.23 

Railroad Tax 585.74 

Savings Bank Tax 5,192.24 

Fighting Forest Fires 91.99 

Interest and Dividend Tax 4,507.77 

For Highways: 

State Aid Construction - 24.84 

E. R. U. Roads 7,379.25 

Pallotta Construction, Traffic Duty 387.60 

Interest from Brown Fund 21.55 

Interest from Nowell Fund 11.25 

Perpetual Care of Cemetery Lots : 

Estate of Eottie Marshall, Care of 

Elizabeth Parker Lot, No. 96 100.00 

Ernest A. West, Care of Bond Lot, No. 221 100.00 
E. B. Weston, Care of W. D. Kincaid 

Lot, No. 432 100.00 
Ethel Pa^ ne Adams, Care of George Payne 

Lot, No. 514 100.00 

First National Bank: 

Loan in anticipation of taxes 10,000.00 

Refund on interest 70.00 

Dog Licenses: 625.71 

Auto Taxes: 

1934 2,132.09 

1935 2,526.32 

Business Licenses and Permits 285.00 

Rent of Town Hall 172.50 

Cemetery Lots 60.00 

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Sewer Rentals 1,059.58 

Sidewalks 78.88 

Use of Telephone 6.65 

Reimbursement of 1933 bill paid by Town 30.50 

Reimbursement to Town by Lida Crawford 22.12 

Filing Fees 20.00 

H. Campbell, refund on payroll .30 

J. A. Oxley, refund on payroll .25 

C. J. Manning, refund on payroll 4.00 

Pallotta Traffic Duty, refund on payroll 12.00 

Municipal Court, expense on prisoners .75 

Superior Court, expense on prisoners 3.65 

Town of Londonderry, expense on prisoners 14.15 

Holmes & Wheeler, reimbursement of bill 68.34 
W. J. Kingsbury, recording deed and 

expenses, 15 Valley St. 22.37 

H. C. Abbott, supplies .35 

John Smallcomb. expense on Robert Smallcomb 4.50 

P. J. Bergeron, labor on cess-pool 10.93 

E. R. Rutter, salvage on carcass 1.00 

Draper Parmenter, disposal of dog 1.00 



Income From Highway Department: 

From State for use of trucks, grader and 

roller on S. A. C. 805.20 

From State for plowing Hampstead Rd. 65.00 

From State for use of truck and roller at Chester 96.50 

From State for the use of roller at Raymond 72.00 
From State for the use of grader and tractor 

at Litchfield 124.00 

.From State for the use of grader at Salem 71. 5( 

From Town of Windham, plowing 45.50 
From Town of Pelham, use of tractor and grader 168.44 

From Town of Plaistow, use of grader 126.00 

H. W. Ross, gas on E. R. U. Roads 205.91 

J. W. Day, gas on E. R. U. Roads 79.99 

Winslow & Cummings, for use of trucks 254.86 

James S. Webster, labor at gravel pit 51..~ 

R. C. Hazelton, Fordson parts 35.00 

H. W. Ross, refund on payrolls 17.15 

Walter Putney, Ford Truck - 25.00 

E. W. Ross & Son, Tarvia 6.50 

Benj. Chase Co., plowing at $7.50 per hour 8.75 

E. R. Rutter, plowing driveway at $7.50 per hour 2.00 

Leon Wells, supplies 2.62 

H. P. Hood, fence posts 1.35 

R. M. Putney, supplies .70 

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W. Walsh .70 

Mr. Mac Neil, cleaning up garbage 1.00 



$215,872.12 
Selectmen's orders paid 196,673.42 



Balance Cash on Hand January 31, 1935 $19,198.70 

January 12, 1935. 

We have this day examined the books of the Town Treas- 
urer and found the same properly vouched and correctly casti 

GEORGE M. CURRIER, 
H. L. GRINNELL, Jr. 
FRANK STEELE, 

Auditors. 



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Summary 

RECEIPTS 

CURRENT REVENUE. 

From Local Taxes: 

1. Taxes Current Year $120,638.49 

2. Property and Poll Taxes, 1933 30,618.12 

3. National Bank Stock 525.00 

4. Tax Sales redeemed 14,188.30 
1934 Seavey Tax 10.44 

From State For Highways: 

State Aid Construction 24.84 

For Class V Highway Maintenance E. R. U. 7,379.25 

Traffic duty for Pallota Construction . 387.60 

Interest and Dividend Tax 4,507.77 

Insurance Tax 39.23 

Railroad Tax 585.7- 

Savings Bank Tax 5,192.24 

Fighting Forest Fires 91.99 

From Local Sources Except Taxes : 

Dog Licenses 625.71 

Business Licenses and Permits 276.00 

Sidewalks 78.88 

Rent of Town Hall 172.50 

Interest received on taxes, H. C. Abbott 800.11 

Interest received on taxes, redeemed 1,094.33 

Interest from Brown & Nowell Fund 32.80 

Sewer Rentals 1,059.58 

Income from Departments 2,518.3o 

Cemetery Deeds 60.00 

Registration of Motor Vehicles, 1934 2,132.09 

Registration of Motor Vehicles, 1935 2,526.32 

First National Bank, temporary loan 10,000.00 
Estate of Lottie Marshall, care of Elizabeth 

Parker Lot No. 96 100.00 

Ernest A. West, care of Bond Lot No. 221 100.00 

E. B. Weston, care of W. D. Kincaid Lot No. 432 100.00 
Ethel Payne Adams, care of George Payne 

Lot No. 514 100.00 



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Statement 

PAYMENTS 

For The Year Ending January 31, 1935 
CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES: 

General Government: 

1. Town Officers' Salaries $4,029.52 

2. Town Officers' Expenses 2,450.26 

3. Election and Registration Expenses 501.03 

4. Municipal Court Expenses 66.87 

5. Adams Memorial Building 3,392.: 9 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police Department 4,099.31 

Hydrant Service and Forest Fires 6,324.58 

Police duty on Pallotta Construction 399.60 

Damage by Dogs 99.97 

Health: 

Health Department 377.43 

Vital Statistics 123.75 

Sewer Maintenance 508.67 

Highways and Bridges: 

F. E. R. A. 1,606.52 

E. R. U. Class V. Roads 7,379.25 

Traffic Light 116.63 

Town Maintenance 16,515.88 

General Expenses of Highway Department 15,031.66 

Street .Lighting 4,01 1 .27 

Libraries : 

Derry Public Library 3,700.00 

Taylor Library 700.00 

Charities : 

Town Poor 7,713.06 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Lester Chase Post 100.00 

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1617 100.00 

Recreation : 

Alexander Park 32.25 

Public Service Enterprise: 

Visiting Nurse 400.00 

Cemeteries 272.12 

Unclassified and Legal Expenses: 

Taxes bought by Town 18,195.63 

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SUMMARY 

RECEIPTS 

Reimbursement of 1933 bill 30.50 

Sale of Town property acquired by Tax Deed 514.37 

Filing Fees 20.00 



Total Receipts $206,530.53 

Cash on hand February 1, 1934 less outstanding 

orders 9,341.59 



Grand Total ' $215,872.12 



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STATEMENT 



PAYMENTS 



Legal Expenses 3.50 

Taxes Refunded 251.25 

Industrial Advantages of the Town 167.6J 

Interest : 

Paid on temporary loan 100.00 

Paid on Veterans' Memorial Building 675.00 

Permanent Improvements : 

State x\id Construction 2,711.82 

Jefferson, Cedar, Everett Sts. and Hillside Ave: 990.36 

Sidewalk Construction 269.88 

High St., Drain 583.44 

Lands and Buildings 311.50 

New Hydrant, Wilson Ave. 900.00 

Indebtedness : 

Paid on Veterans' Memorial Building 3,000.00 

Temporary Loan 10,000.00 

Perpetual care of Cemetery Lots 400.00 

Payments to Other Government Divisions: 

Taxes paid to State • 12,298.00 

Taxes paid to County 12,438.77 

Payments to Town Fire District 9,000.00 

Payments to No. 2 Fire District 800.00 

Payments to East Derry Fire District 150.00 

Payments to Town School District 37,617.55 

Payments to No. 2 School District 5,756.90 

Total Payments " $196,673.42 
Cash on hand January 31, 1935 less outstanding 

orders 19,198.70 

Grand Total $215,872.12 



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Detail Statement of Payments 

DETAIL NO. 1 

Town Officers Salaries: 

Selectmen : 

Joseph R. Edwards $600.00 

E,verett R. Rutter 500.00 

James S. Webster 500.00 

Town Treasurer: 

Harlan A. Cochran 200.00 

Tax Collector: 

Howard C. Abbott, 1933 Taxes AZ?>77 ^ 

Howard C. Abbott. 1934 Taxes 1,100.00 

Town Clerk: 

Walter H. Warren 200.00 

Walter H. Warren, 1934 Auto Ret. 195.75 

Walter H. Warren, 1935 Auto Ret. 175.00 

Auditors : 

N. A. Chapman, 1934 25.00 

O..H. He^.worth. 1934 25.00 

Georg-e M. Currier, 1934 — 1935 50.00 

Fiank Steele, 1935 25.00 



DETAIL NO. 2 

TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

Clerical Expenses : 

Frances T. Tewksbury $1,060.00 

Printing Town Reports : 

News-Enterprise Press 450.00 

Printing, Supplies and Notices: 

Record Press 40.00 

News-Enterprise Press 1.75 

Telephone Service : 

New England Tel. and Tel. 137.58 

Supplies, Postage and Expenses: 
Derry Insurance Agency, Bonds for 

Town Officers 137.50 

Howard C. Abbott, postage 100.00 

H. L. Grinuell, Town Counsel 100.00 

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$4,029.52 



E. R Rutter, Trans, taking inventory 100.00 

Postage 51.49 

E. C. Eastman Co., supplies 97.34 

Selectmen's expenses to meetings 31.43 

R. H. Llewellyn Co., supplies 25.34 
W. H. Warren, supplies and expenses 22.25 

A. L. Cole Co., supplies 10.65 
Bellavance & O'Hara, lunches during 

inventory 18.00 

William Lancaster, services 7.00 
A. M. Rowell, dues to N. H. Assessors 

Association, 1933 - 1934 4.00 

Burnette Scott, services 12.00 

J. F. Drew & Son, supplies 2.45 

A. E. Davis, services 2.00 

Frances Tewksbury, expenses 8.51 

Allen Brothers, stamps 1.65 

J. F. Hickey, supplies 1.00 

Eleanor Smith, services 6.00 

George E. Smith, transportation 12.95 

V. H. Moody, supplies 3.00 

H. W. Campbell, transportation .56 

M. N. Chase, transportation 1.00 

National Survey, supplies 1.00 

W. F. Neal, supplies .60 

H. E. Noyes, services 1.50 

W. H. Warren, supplies .21 

O. E. Galley, supplies 1.50 



$2,450.26 



DETAIL NO. 3 

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION EXPENSES 

Supervisors of Checklists: 

Louise Cogswell $35.00 

Alfred N. Mac Galium 35.00 

Oliver H. Hepworth ~ 35.00 

Moderator : 

H. L. Grinnell 20.00 

Ballot Clerks and Assistants: 

Vincent Cassidy 22.00 

H. A. Cochran 15.00 

Clyde Ryan 15.00 

Christine Butman 14.00 

E. Ramsdell . 9.50 

F. T. Tewksbury 8.50 ' 
Irene Sheedy . 8.00 

. E. P. Maroney 7.00 

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Grace Morin 3.00 

Frank Steele 3.00 

J. Abbott 3.00 

John Boyce 3.00 

Ira Moore 3.00 

R. Constantine 2.50 

C. Gillispei 2.50 

Printing Supplies and Services: 

A. Paquette (Ideal Press), Checklists 70.00 

News-Enterprise Press, Ballots 50.00 

News-Enterprise Press, Notices 23.85 

Record Publishing Co. 3.50 

O'Hara & Bellevance, lunches 2.35 

A. Picard, lunches 22.35 

Joseph Jameson 9.15 

Joseph Abbott, labor on booths 20.34 

Howard Campbell, labor on booths 17.70 

American Legion, use of hall 25.76 

Willie Guilbeault, services 8.00 

Leon Wells, labor 3.00 

Neal Hardware, supplies 1.03 



$501.03 



DETAIL NO. 4 

DERRY MUNICIPAL COURT ACCOUNT 

December 31, 1934 

E. B. Weston, Clerk 

Balance on hand at beginning of year $25.00 
Received from Fines and Costs 3,020.21 

P.eceived from Town of Derry to balance 66.87 
Paid witnesses, officers, expenses, etc. $476 89 

Paid Motor Vehicle Dept. 1.861.69 

Paid Fish & Game Department 18.50 

Paid H. L. Grinnell, Justice 400.00 

Paid E. B. Weston. Clerk 150.00 

Paid E. B. Weston, Associate 

Justice (60 days) 180 00 

Balance on hand at end of the year 25.00 



$3,112.08 $3,11 2.0S 

February 18, 1035 

We have verified and found correct the Municipal 
Courts Accounts. 

GEORGE M. CURRIER 
FRANK A. STEELE 
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DETAIL NO. 5 

ADAMS MEMORIAL HALL 

Janitor Service: 

Howard Campbell $1,057.20 

Howard Bean 60.00 

Electric Lights and Supplies: 

Derry Electric 279.56 

Fuel: 

Holmes & Wheelers 316.67 

Merrifield & Bailey 16.00 

Roy Pingree 14.00 

Hay ford Kimball 7.00 

Insurance : 

Nutfield Insurance Agency 159.03 

Derry Insurance Agency 135.00 

F. J. Grady 75.00 

Bartlett & Shepard 67.50 

F. N. Young 63.00 

E. E. Griffin 37.50 

Supplies, Repairs and Stage Hands : 

J. Laport, stage hands 38.00 

E. J. Bergeron, labor 19.70 
John G. Glidden, labor 49.80 
The Holmerden Co., supplies 8.55 
Rustile Co., supplies 11.25 
C. B. Dolge Co., supplies 11.01 
First National Stores, supplies 5.31 

F. M. Stearns, supplies and labor 16.60 
W. E. Hutton, supplies and labor 68.09 
Celt's Market, supplies .60 
Drew & Son, supplies 19.63 
W. F. Neal Co., supplies 6.16 
L. H. Pillsbury & Son, supplies 9.90 
Benson Lumber Co., supplies 129.14 
Milo Chase, supplies 4.65 
H. J. Kelley, sanitary service supplies 20.00 

G. M. Ball, supplies and labor 12.23 
E,. R. Belanger, labor 21.56 
George Quimby, labor 19.20 
Raymond Campbell, labor 15.00 
Masury Young Co., supplies 16.29 
Ernest Keith, labor 8.93 
George C. Fr;e Co., stretches 8.00 
A. W. Cross, labor and supplies 7.10 
Earle G. Davis, labor . 3.00 
Derry Steam Laundry 2.00 

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J. Payne, supplies 


2.75 


George Benoit, labor 


1.90 


Foster Ball, labor 


1.65 


T. Stewart, labor 


1.25 


American Express 


1.09 


C. P. Doherty, repair 


.35 


E. J. Estes, labor 


.30 


J. H. Low, supplies 


5.89 


F. L. Noyes, Roofing Co. 


528.24 


J. R. Gilbert, labor and supplies 


22.88 


N. F. Ellis, supplies 


7.13 



$3,392.59 



DETAIL NO. 6 

POLICE DEPARTMENT EXPENSES 

Chief of Police : 

George E. Dustin $1,560.00 



Liquor Prosecutor: 






W. H. Mc Donald 




22.63 


Special Police: 






C. Manning 




772.75 


C. Sawyer 




519.47 


AV. Guilbeault 


- 


375.67 


H. Campbell 




254.75 


A. E. Bergeron 




195.50 


James Oxley 




60.62 


J. ?. Webster 




52.56 


George Warren 




28.50 


George Blake 




24.25 


A. J. Bernard 




20.63 


H. W. Corson 




20.50 


Harry Cote 




16.75 


J. Doran 




9.50 


E. E. Berry 




7.25 


J. Rider 




6.75 


F. Boyce 




5.25 


A. B. Roberts 




5.00 


George E. Smith 




5.00 


William Baker 




4.50 


Jane Egan 




4.00 


Harold Bean 




3.75 


W. H. Dicey 




3.00 


George Hoisington 




3.00 


Ralph McDonald 




3.00 


H. Ross 




2.98 


C. E. Harris 




2.50 


Wm. |. Murphy, membership of 




N. E. P. R. L. 


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5.00 



Sundry Expenses: 




Pillsbury & Son, supplies 


27.23 


Benson Co., supplies 


20.14 


W. R. Neal Co., supplies 


13.38 


New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 


10.50 


A. J. Picard 


6.70 


News-Enterprise Press 


5.95 


J. B. Varick 


4.40 


A. J. Bean & Son., supplies 


4.05 


Dr. Barker, services 


4.00 


O. H. A. Chamberlen 


2.80 


E.C.Eastman Co., supplies 


2.25 


Family Drug, supplies 


1.20 


O'Hara & Bellavance 


.60 


Celt's Market, supplies 


.60 


Holmes & Wheeler, supplies 


.45 



$4,099.31 

DETAIL NO. 7 

FIRE HYDRANT EXPENSES AND FOREST FIRES 

Derry Water Works : 

Period endmg July 1, 1934 $3,017.50 

Period ending January 1,1935 3,017.50 

I. C. Blackwell, Fire Warden: 
Fighting Fire at : 

Scobie Pond, North West 19.40 

Ela's Woods - 82.70 

Chester Road. North East 56.40 

Parker Land 9.30 

Posting Notices 6.58 

Fred E. Wood : 

Labor on water holes 115.20 



$6,324.58 
H . drant for Wilson Avenue $900.00 

Derry Water Works $900.00 

DETAIL NO. 8 

DAMAGE AND EXPENSES BY DOGS 

Wheeler & Clark, tags $15.50 

News-Enterprise Press 5.25 

E. C. Eastman Co., license blanks 4.20 

Foster Rogers, damage to turkeys 6.00 

Celt's Market, supplies .15 
Disposing of Carcasses: 

. Clement Boulanger .50 

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H. W. Campbell 44.00 

Serving Notices and Mileage : 

W. Guilbeault, services 1-00 

H. Campbell, notices 12.00 

H. Campbell, mileage 11.37 



DETAIL NO. 9 

VITAL STATISTICS 

Recording Vital Statistics: 

W. H. Warren $57.00 

E. B. Weston, 1926 to 1933 9.75 

t. ]. Cogswell, M. D. 1934 12.00 

R. H. Barker, M. D. 1933 8.75 

R. H. Barker, M. D. 1934 5.25 

P. A. Boucher, M. D. 1934 10.50 

J. C. B. Charest, M. D. 1934 .75 

G. W. Stephenson, 1933 2.50 

G. W. Stephenson, 1934 2.25 

Irving Enslin, 1934 " 4.75 

L. F. Piper, 1933 3.75 

William Locke, 1933 ■ 1.25 

M. J. Redden, 1933 3.00 

M. T. Redden, 1934 2.25 



DETAIL NO. 10 

SEWER MAINTENANCE 

Paid by Town of Derry to : 

Derry Water Works, labor $128.84 

Derry Water Works, supplies 19.58 

F. A. Stickley, supphes 333.00 

J. Webster, labor 8.00 

Highway Dept., transporting pipe 18.00 

O. H .A. Chamberlen, supplies 1.25 



$99.97 



$123.75" 



$508.67 



DETAIL NO. 11 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT EXPENSES 

Services As Health Officer: 

1933, S. J. Cogswell $85.00 

1934, S. J. Cogswell 85.00 

Care of Dump 129.96 

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Gorham Fire Equipment Co. 47.50 

H. W. Ross, cleaning dump, Chester Rd. 17.72 

C. G. Bisby, cleaning rubbish from brook 100 
Disposing of Carcasses: 

H. W. Campbell 6.50 

G. H. Hood 2.75 

Harold Bean 1.00 

A. Lamontague .50 

Leon Berrv -50 



$377.43 



DETAIL NO. 12 

EMERGENCY RELIEF UNEMPLOYMENT 
CLASS 5 ROADS 

Paid by Town of Derry to 
H. W, Ross, Agent: 



Payrolls For Weeks Ending: 




August 18 


$80.40 


August 25 


357.60 


September 1 


324.90 


September 8 


402.60 


September 15 


35L80 


September 22 


41L90 


September 29 


445.00 


November 17 


98.64 


November 22 


20.66 


Supplies and Trucks: 




Leon Wells 


472.50 


Mahlon Stevens 


408.00 


Leon Currier 


367.50 


Walter Putney 


133.10 


Arthur Weaver, team 


43.20 


Robert Weber 


24.00 


Everett Kimball 


24.00 


Town of Derry, gas and oil 


205.91 


James S. Webster, gravel 


144.70 


Charles Parker 


57.80 


G. H. Bean 


83.30 


Clarence Merrick 


37.50 


George Ryan 


20.50 


Laurie Eaton 


17.90 


Van Ness Smith 


13.00 


Alonzo Kimball 


10.90 


Ismael Michaud 


8.00 


James Duffy 


6.20 


D. Ela Estate 


.60 



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$4,572.11 



Paid by the Town of Derry to 
J. W. Day, Agent: 

Payrolls For Weeks Ending : 



August 25 


$351.60 


September 1 


351.20 


September 8 


311.20 


September 15 


349.20 


September 22 


195.90 


Supplies and Trucks, J. W. Day, Agent : 




Edwin Weber 


340.50 


Everett Kimball 


339.00 


F. J. Thomas 


189.75 


J. W. Day 


99.00 


Town of Derry, gas and oil 


79.99 


C. W. Chase 


84.80 


Babetta Chase 


48.80 


Van Ness Smith 


27.20 


Laura Goodhue 


35.40 


Stephen Brown 


3.60 


Total 
Note: 




Total amount reimbursed by Stal 


:e. 


DETAIL NO. 13 




SIDEWALKS 




Paid by the Town of Derry : 




H. W. Ross, Agent, labor 


$120.62 


Vogal & Hadley, supplies 


6.95 


H. P. Hood, supplies 


2.77 


Winslow & Cummings, supplies 


135.54 



$7,379.25 



$269.88 

DETAIL NO. 14 

TOWN MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS - BRIDGES 







Winter Roads 




PAID BY TOWN OF DERRY TO 




H. W. ROSS. 


AGENT: 




Payrolls For Weeks 


Ending : 




Februar,- 1 






$165.83 


February 8 






326.27 


February 15 






163.72 


February 23 






828.30 


March 1 






1,426.34 


March 8 






459.48 



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March 15 415.37 

March 22 214.85 

March 29 6.84 

October 25 40.00 

November 1 40.00 

November 8 20.00 

November 15 40.44 

November 22 64.96 

November 28 • 80.88 

December 6 44.84 

December 13 154.04 

December 20 191.36 

December 27 178.67 

January 4 767.20 

January 10 195.09 

January 17 446.26 

January 25 . 679.09 

January 31 1,194.05 



Winter Roads 




JOHN W. DAY, AGENT: 




Payrolls For Weeks Ending : 




February 23 


$107.60 


March 1 


70.00 


March 29 


44.06 


December 6 


48.46 


December 30 


103.64 



PAID BY THE TOWN OF DERRY TO 
H. W. ROSS, AGENT: 



Payrolls For Weeks Ending: 




March 29 


248.50 


April 5 


233.32 


April 12 


233.16 


April 19 


285.66 


April 26 


356.90 


May 3 


377.94 


May 10 


309.39 


May 17 


370.58 


May 24 


445.45 


May 30 


388.35 


June 7 


314.45 


June 14 


368.95 


June 21 


109.90 


June 28 


165.61 



$8,143.88 



$373.76 



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July 5 
Julv 12 
July 19 
July 26 
August 2 
August 9 
August 16 
August 23 
August 30 
September 6 
September 13 
September 20 
September 27 
October 4 
October 11 
October 18 
October 25 
November 1 
November 8 
November 15 
November 22 
November 28 



200.95 

31.64 

26.74 

19.44 

108.34 

65.68 

89.41 

117.34 

96.10 

46.88 

50.88 

71.64 

37.40 

164.91 

228.77 

193.55 

144.30 

130.72 

191.33 

107.84 

50.82 

56.19 



$6,439.03 



PAID BY TOWN OF DERRY TO 
JOHN W. DAY, AGENT: 

Payrolls For Weeks Ending : 

April 5 $184.06 

April 12 129.49 

April 19 66.57 

April 26 118.88 

May 3 140.37 

May 10 144.82 

May 17 143.93 

May 24 24.32 

June 14 74.88 

June 21 154.43 

June 28 62.28 

August 9 69.96 

August 16 112.70 

August 23 36.16 

October 18 65.88 



$1,528.73 



J. Yeronis 
N. P. Lam son 



$15.48 
15.00 



30.48 



Total 



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$16,515.88 



DETAIL NO. 14 

GENERAL EXPENSES OF HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
Supplies, Repairs and Insurance: 

H. W. ROSS AND J. W. DAY, AGENTS : 
The Barrett Co., Tarvia and 

cold patch $4,508.43 

Jenney Gas Co., gas and oil 2,339.17 

Milo Chase, repair and supplies 1,190.93 

Robert Fortier, Reo Truck 1,165.00 

R. C. Hazelton, supplies 1,156.61 
Williamson & Stevens, repairs 

and supplies 496.22 

F. A. Stockley, supplies 488.85 
Benson Lumber Co., supplies, 

Adams Bridge 115.38 

Benson Lumber Co., supplies 245.18 
Mack Motor Truck, repairs 

and supplies 250.24 

Neal Co., supplies 243.06 

International Harvester Co., supplies 239.38 

C. W. Watson & Sons, cement mixer 235.00 
Derry Motor Sales, repairs and supplies 204.35 

Ray Webb, repairs and supplies 200.60 

Moore's Battery, repair and supplies 121.83 

Derry Insurance Agency, insurance 117.60 

J. A. Caisse, insurance 98.30 

Manchester Machine Works, repairs 116.08 

Holmes & Wheelers, supplies 113.61 
Clarence A. Smith, repairs and supplies 112.49 

W. D. Mason, labor and supplies 100.26 

B. F. Sivan, sidewalk plow 85.00 
J. B. Varick, supplies 77.42 
Buffalow Roller Co., supplies 66.99 
George Bell, supplies 57.33 
M. F. Ellis, supplies 52.79 
Standard Oil, oil 51.10 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 50.25 
A. Weaver, yarding wood 45.00 
Manchester Reo Co., repairs, supplies 43.65 
Carl H. Frink, supplies 40.60 
Derr/ Electric Co., service at sheds 32.94 
Lowell Building Co., supplies 30.00 

C. P. Doherty, repairs 27.70 
Concord Foundry, supplies 24.50 
Broadway Garage, repairs 24.19 
Read's Market, supplies 21.11 
T. Brown, labor 19.44 
F. M. Stearns, keys and locks 17.50 
American Brush Co., supplies 17.45 
Sterling Motor Truck Co., supplies 17.25 

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J. Parker, supplies 16.29 

S. J. Cogswell, services 15.00 

B & M, freight 5.13 

B & M, labor and supplies 8.86 

Lyons Iron Work Inc., supplies 13.90 

N. Rogers, guide boards 12.00 

P. A. Boucher, services 10.00 

P. H. Rice Corp., supplies 9.00 

News-Enterprise, notices 9.00 

G. Varney, supplies 8.46 
J. B. Tilleul & Son, supplies ' 8.00 

H. W. Ross, supplies 6.50 

Dalman & Co., supplies 5.75 

Garland Co., street paint 5.50 

F. Rogers, repairs 4.95 
Allen Bros. Corp., branding iron 4.85 
Shell, gas 4.73 
Eli N. Marcotte, coal 4.68 
Edward Clark, gas 4.56 
W. D. Vigneault, replacing shrubbery, 

(Due to damage) 4.50 

Merrimac Farmers Exchange, supplies 4.49 

Cote Buick, Chev., supplies 4.28 
Kinney Spring Steel Brown Co., supplies 3.75 

Manchester Glass Co., supplies 3.50 

A. W. Crdss,^ supplies 3.20 

G. Benoit, repairs & supplies 3.00 
W. E. Hutton, supplies 2.80 
L. H. Pillsbury, supplies 2.70 
■L. M. Packer, supplies 4.31 
A. Weston, (2) chains 2.50 
Railway Express, express 2.44 
George Smith, transportation 1.25 
F. Hobbs, gas .90 
Benjamin Chase Co., supplies .70 
H. D. Woods, supplies .70 
Andrew G. Hart, supplies ,50 
J. E. Falton, express .25 
Oscar Watts, supplies .50 
J. W. Day, supplies 1.50 
Golkaufs, supplies .70 



$14,866.41 



Gravel : 

J. Webster, gravel 

G. H. Bean, gravel 

H. Weber, gravel 

J. W. Day, gravel 

Van Ness Smith, gravel 

Charles Parker, gravel 



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$76.10 
29.30 
21.25 
17.00 
15.10 
4.20 



Mrs. J. Duffy, gravel 1.50 

B. Chase, gravel .80 $ 165.25 



$15,031.66 



DETAIL NO. 15 

TRAFFIC LIGHT 

Derry Electric Light Co. 

Service and supplies $103.68 

W. E. Hutton, labor and supplies 12.45 

F. M. Stearns, supplies .50 



$116.63 



DETAIL NO. 16 

STREET LIGHTING 

Derry Electric Light Company: 

Payments to February 1, 1935 $4,011.27 $4,011.27 



DETAIL NO. 17 

JEFFERSON, CEDAR AND EVERETT STREETS 
HILLSIDE AVENUE 

Paid by Town of Derry to 
H. W. Ross, Agent: 

Week ending June 20, labor $330.46 

Week ending June 27, labor 105.79 

The Barrett Co., supplies 457.37 

Charles Parker, gravel 67.60 

Holmes & Wheelers, supplies 20.34 

G. H. Bean, sand 5.00 

J. S. Webster, sand 3.80 



$990.36 

DETAIL NO. 18 

TOWN POOR AND UNEMPLOYMENT EXPENSES 

Paid By Town Of Derry To State Of 
New Hampshire For: 

Regular Relief, Cash Allowance, 
Soldiers Aid, Board and Care of Children 
and Old Age Assistance. 

July 1, 1933 to December 8, 1933 $754.15 

December 8, 1933 to February 8, 1934 802.26 

• February 8, 1934 to April 8, 1934 784.17 

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April 8. 1931 .6 July 8, 1934 688.48 

July 8, 1934 to August 8, 1934 271.21 

August 1934 to September 1934 220.56 

September 1934 to October 1934 138.38 

October 1934 to November 1934 413.34 

November 1934 to December 1934 795.74 



The above payments were under 
House Bill No. 417. 

Represents 25 per cent of the 
Total Relief paid by State. 

Relief and unemployment ex- 
penses paid by Town of Derry out- 
side of House Bill No. 417. 

Jan. 31, 1934 to Dec. 31, 1934 inc. $ 676.43 
Relief for January, 1935 1,731.40 

Old Age Assistance for January, 1935 436.94 



$4,868.29 



$7,713.06 



DETAIL NO. 19 



EXPENSES ON PROPERTY OWNED AND ACQUIRED 

BY TOWN 

E. J. Bergeron, labor on 15 Valley St. $ 2.55 

H. L. Grinnell, recording deeds 8.75 

J. Glidden, labor on Woodbury House 34.30 

Benson Co., supplies, Woodbury House 83.49 

Derry Water Works, water service 48.86 
W. R. Goldsmith, Payment on Const. 

of Town House 20.00 
W. R. Goldsmith, Rebate of Insurance 

on Town House .. 56.53 

J. Levesque, rent for Harry Gallien 12.00 
H. W. Ross, supplies and labor. 

Town House 45.02 



$311.50 



DETAIL NO. 20 

F. E. R. A. PROJECT 

Use of Trucks, Teams, Supplies 
and Labor: 

Drilling and Blasting : 

William O. Mason $111.00 

H. W. Ross 20.00 

G. Wiggin 17.31 

H. Kingsbury 11.32 

W. Boyce 5.99 

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G. Ingalls 
C. Short 



Trucks : 

Everett Kimball 
R. Weber 
Mahlon Stevens 
Joseph Guilbeault 
George Butterfield 
Leon Currier 
Walter Putney 
Leon Wells 



Teams : 

Arthur Guilbeault 
Richard Varney 
Daniel Moynihan 
Knute Nelson 
Bert Ross 
E. R. Rutter 
W. Bliss 



Supplies : 
J. B. Varick, dynamite 
James Webster, gravel 
Benson Co., supplies 
C. P. Doherty, repairs 
Lowell Wrecking Co., supplies 
Milo Chase, repairs 
Holmes & Wheeler, supplies 
Neal Hardware Co., supplies 
Bell Hardware Co., supplies 
J. & J. Service, supplies 
Read's Grocery, supplies 
Everett Stone, supplies 
George Smith, service 



L80 
L80 



$172.53 
140.92 
97.94 
67.11 
26.88 
24.91 
24:00 
18.45 



$148.00 
120.00 
111.25 
76.00 
60.00 
44.00 
28.00 



.57 

71.25 

40.60 

41.35 

15.00 

8.00 

4.66 

4.10 

1.65 

.68 

.60 

.50 

.35 



$169.22, 



$572.74 



$587.25 



$277.31 
$1,606.52 



DETAIL NO. 21 

CEMETERY EXPENSES 

W. H. Dicey, labor $105.25 

H. W. Ross, labor ^ 57.77 

'E. J. Caldwell, labor and team 24.50 

E. R. Rutter, team 10.75 

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28.50 


22.50 


6.00 


7.20 


6.30 


1.45 


1.90 



Irving Dicey, labor 

Ira Reynolds, labor 

Ernest Reynolds, labor 

G. H. Bean, gravel 

J. Webster, gravel 

C. P. Doherty, supplies and repairs 

W. F. Neal, supplies 



DETAIL NO. 22 

■HIGH STREET DRAIN 

Derry Water Works, labor • $256.80 

H. W. Ross, labor 8.00 

Derry Water Works, supplies 318.64 



$272.12 



$583.44 



DETAIL NO. 23 

INDUSTRIAL ADVANTAGES OF TOWN 

Alden Kelley, expense moving Cohen $25.00 

H. W. Ross, expense moving Cohen 17.60 
Holmes & Wheeler, expense moving 

Cohen 125.00 



$167.60 



Detail No. 24 

ALEXANDER PARK 

Milo Chase, repairs on tools $2.25 

Frank Crabb, labor 30.00 



$32.25 



DETAIL NO. 25 



TRAFFIC DUTY PALLOTTA CONSTRUCTION 
REIMBURSED BY STATE OF N. H. 

John Rider $47.40 

George Hoisington 40.20 

George Blake 36.00 

Ralph McDonald 43.20 

John Dorman 36.00 

C. Sawyer 45.60 

James Oxley 2.40 

Ernest Berry 52.80 

Harvey Cote 36.00 

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Herman Webster • 12.00 

Joseph Page . 24.00 

W. A. Baker 12.00 

W. Martell 12.00 



DETAIL NO. 26 



DETAIL NO. 28 

MEMORIAL DAY EXPENSES 

Harold L Stone, V. F. W. •$100.00 

Fred R. Tupper, Lester Chase Post 

American Legion 100.00 



DETAIL NO. 29 



$399.60 



DERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
Harriet D. Low, Treasurer . $3,700.00 $3,700.00 



DETAIL NO. 27 

TAYLOR LIBRARY 
John C. Chase, Treasurer $700.00 $700.00 



$200.00 



VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 
Harold Curtis. Treasurer $400.00 $400.00 



DETAIL NO. 30 

INTEREST AND TEMPORARY LOAN 

National Shawmut Bank, interest 

on Veterans' Memorial Building $675.00 

First National Bank, interest 

on temporary loan 100.00 

First National Bank, temporary loan 10,000.00 

$10,775.00 
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DETAIL NO. 31 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 

Howard C. Abbott, subsequent 1933 

Taxes $4,860.31 

Howard C. Abbo.t, 1933 Taxes 13,335.32 



$18,195.63 



DETAIL NO. 32 

BONDS 

Shawmut National Bank: 

Veterans' Memorial Bond 3,000.00 

E. B. Weston, Treas. of Trust Funds : 

Perpetual care of cemetery lots 400.00 



$3,400.00 



DETAIL NO. 33 

LEGAL EXPENSES AND TAXES REFUNDED 

John W. A. Green, recording deeds $3.50 

Nancy J. Moody 30.00 

W. J. Kingsbury 104.71 

Florence Rudnick 116.54 



$254.75 



DETAIL NO. 34 

STATE AID CONSTRUCTION 

Paid by State of New Hampshire : 

Payrolls For Weeks Ending: 

May 4 $24.88 

July 7 167.40 

July 14 345.90 

July 21 380.40 

July 28 373.58 

August 4 377.20 

August 11 308.00 

August 18 154.25 

August 25 38.44 

Supplies and Repairs: 

William Mason, dynamite and labor 387.41 

~ W. F. Neal Co., supplies 23.79 

Benson Lumber Co., supplies 22.51 

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Derry Electric Co., use of compressor 12.00 

Merrimack Farmers Exchange, sup. 2.90 

A. Gelt, supplies 1.02 

Clarence Merrick, gravel 171.60 

Herman Oblie, gravel 3.40 

C. Eaton, gravel .60 

Trucks : 

Mahlon Stevens 328.50 

Leon Wells 196.50 
Town of Derry, use of trucks, roller 

and grader 805.20 

Paid by the State of New Hampshire 

Highway Dept. for supplies 601.04 



Total expenditures on this account $4,726.52 

Paid by the Town of Derry to State of N. H. $2,711.82 

DETAILS 35 TO 41 INCLUSIVE 

Charles T. Patten, State Treasurer : 

State Tax $12,298.00 $12,298.00 



Earle R. Stockbridge, County Treas. : 

County Tax $12,438.77 $12,438.-77 



H. C. Abbott, Treasurer: 

Town Fire District 

1934 Appropriation $9,000.00 $9,000.00 



R. H. Angell, Treasurer: 

No. 2 Fire District 

1934 Appropriation $800.00 $800.00 



East Derry Fire Department, 1934 

Appropriation : 

Paid by Town of Derry to 

Lester Young, Chief $150.00 $150.00 



Town School District: 

W. E. Tewksbury, Treasurer : 

Balance of 1933 Appropriation $10,000.00 

1933 Dog Licenses 544.68 

. Payment on 1934 Appropriation 27,000.00 $37,544.68 

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School District No. 2 : 
Elizabeth Bartlett, Treasurer: 

1933 Dog .Licenses $72.87 

1934 Appropriation 5,756.90 $5,829.77 



The foregoing is respectfully submitted. 

JOSEPH R. EDWARDS 
EVERETT R. RUTTER 
JAMES S. WEBSTER 
Selectmen. 

February 12, 1935. 

We have this day examined the accounts of the Select- 
men and found the same properly vouched and correctly cast. 

GEORGE MOODY CURRIER 
H. L. GRINNELL 
FRANK A. STEELE 

Auditors. 



42 



Report o£ the Trust Funds oi the Town oi Derry, New Hampshire, January 31, 193s 

Date of 'Trust Funds — Purpose Of Creation How Invested Amount Of Rate Balancenflnr onie 

Creation Principal of on Hand at 

Int. Besing's of Year 

First National Savino^s Department, No. 2416 $ 7.93 3 $ 

1S72 Sylvanils P.rown Fnnd 

Picking stones from highway Liberty P>ond. 1 - 500 500.00 4^4 

1876 Parmelia Norwell Fund 

Care of cemetery lot Derry Savings Bank, No. 7476 500.00 3 

1S88 Emma Taylor Fund 

Taylor Library Nutl^eld Savings Bank, No. 6630 1,000.00 3 

1890 T. C." Taylor Fund 

Taylor Library Nuffield Savings Bank, No. 7203 2,000.00 3 

1898 James D. Alexander Fund 

Town Schools Derry Sayings Bank, No. 7475 3,000.00 -^ 

1900 Nancy J. McClary Fund 

Care of JeiTer's cemetery lot Nuffield Savings Bank. No. 1776 300.00 -^ 404.90 

1907 Edward T. Parker Fund 

East Derry Improvement Society Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7204 2,500.00 J 

1912 Lucretia Hopkins Fund 

Home for aged women City of Berlin Bond, 1 - 1000 1,000.00 414 

Town of Derry Water Bonds, 2-500 1,000.00 4; - 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7163 1,296.20 3 

Derry Savings Bank, No. 2464 2,062.06 3 



During 
Year 


Expended 
During 
Year 


Balance of 
on Hand 

at end of year 


.17 






21.25 


21.25 




11.25 


11.25 




30.22 


30.22 




55 J7 


55.37 




67.50 


67.50 




21.28 


6.00 


420.18 


69.21 


69.21 





$ 5,358.26 1S8.52 188.52 

1920 .Mary E. Leland Fund Nutfield Savings P.ank, No. 4412 $ 200.00 3 48.21 7.48 15.60 40.09 

Care of cemetery lot 

Town of Derry Water Bonds, 3-500 1 ,500.00 -^K' 

1921 P^-ank S. Adams Fund 

Taylor Library City of Berlin Bonds, 2 - 1,000 2,000.00 4^4 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 6384 68.92 3 

Derry Savings Bank, Nt). 5315 41.57 3 



$ 3,610.49 155.78 155.78 



1921 Marcia Emery Fund 

Taylor .Library Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7224 $ 550.00 3 

1922 Arabella S. Johnson Fund 

Care of cemetery lot Derry Savings Bank, No. 4523 

1923 Sarah A. Gibson MacMurphy Fund 

Books for Derry Public Library Liberty Bond. 1 - 500 

1924 Luella S. Parshley Fund 

Care of cemetery lot Derry Savings Bank, No. 5368 

1924 Theodore Fellows Fund 

Care of cemetery lot Derry Savings Bank, No. 5475 

1926 Cummings W. True P"und 

Care of cemetery Un Derry Savings Bank, No. 6030 

1926 Mary Spear True Fund 

Support and maintenance of Hopkins' 

Home for aged women Derry Savings Bank, No. 6190 



550.00 


3 




2:^J7 


2^.:^7 




300.00 


3 


91.42 


11.73 


3.00 


100.15 


500.00 


4^ 




21.25 


21.25 




200.00 


3 


31.27 


6.93 


4.00 


34.20 


300.00 


3 


54.2') 


10.62 


3.00 


61.91 


200.00 


3 


23.71 


6.69 


5.00 


25.40 


500.00 


3 


112.23 


18., ^6 


18.. 36 


112.23 



1928 Ruben E. Sheldon Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1928 MacGregor Pioneer Park Endowment Fund 

1929 G. Bampton Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1929 Elinor Fedford Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1929 Taxes on Parker Estate Fund 

1929 William Logan Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1930 Albert P. Couch Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1931 Mary B. Seavey Fund 

Taylor Library ! 

1931 Mary B. Seavey Fund 

Hopkins' Home 

1931 N. Woodburn Nichols Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1931 Harrison B. Baker Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1932 Mary O. Scott Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1932 Sarah F. Bradford Fund . , 

Care of cemetery lot 

1933 Cora Goodwin Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1933 Lucy Perkins & Laura Darling Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1933 Catherine M. Holmes 

Care of cemetery lot 

1933 Ellie A. Huse Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1933 Zannette Rose Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1934 Lottie T. C. IMarshall Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1934 William O. Kincaid Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1934 Ernest A. West Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 

1935 George E. Payne Fund 

Care of cemetery lot 



Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 6582 100.00 3 3.40 3.10 

Texas & Pacific R. Co., 5 - 1000 5,000.00 5 

Ch. R. L & Pacific Co., 5 - 1000 5,000.00 4^ 

Miss. Pacific R. Co., 5 - 1000 5,000.00 5 

Hanston Light & Power Co., 5 - 1000 5,000.00 5 

$20,000.00 549.53 

Derry Savings Bank, No. 6919 $ 200.00 3 9.42 6.27 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 6631 100.00 3 2.94 3.09 

First National Savings Dept, No. 1379 1,217.76 3 35.71 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 6801 100.00 3 3.23 3.10 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 6983 200.00 3 7.98 6.26 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7038 1,000.00 3 30.22 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7044 3,000.00 3 90.00 93.39 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7088 500.00 3 12.36 15.49 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7100 100.00 3 1.77 3.06 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7154 100.00 3 1.03 3.04 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7160 100.00 3 .33 3.01 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7182 100.00 3 3.01 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7184 100.00 3 1.75 3.05 

Derry Savings Bank, No. 7360 200.00 6.00 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7194 200.00 3 1.50 6.07 

Derry Savings Bank, No. 7399 100.00 3 .75 3.00 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7212 100.00 3 1.25 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7214 100.00 3 1.25 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No. 7215 100.00 3 1.00 

Nutfield Savings Bank, No, 7231 100.00 3 

Examined and found correct. 
This IS to certify that the information contained in this GEORGE M. CURRIER 
report is complete and correct, to the best of our knowledge FRANK A. STEELE 
and belief. H. L. GRINNELL 

February 18, 1935. Auditors. 



3.00 



549.53 



3.50 



6.00 




9.69 


3.00 




3.03 


3.00 




3.33 


3.00 




11.24 


30.22 






93.39 




90.00 


8.00 




19.85 


3.00 




1.83 


3.00 




1.07 


3.00 




.34 


3.00 




.01 


3.00 




1.80 


3.00 




3.00 


3.00 




4.57 


3.00 




.75 
1.25 
1.25 
1.00 


EDWTN B. 

HARRY W. 

BENJAMIN 

Trustees. 


WESTON 
WILSON 
F. LOW 



MacGregor Memorial Park 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

RECEIPTS 

Cash on hand January 31, 1934 $565.36 

Received from Trustees of Trust Funds 

May 7, 1934 275.00 

Received from Trustees of Trust Funds 

November 20, 1934 274.23 



$1,114.59 
•PAYMENTS 
1934 

April to October inclusive, F. Cheney, labor 

in Park and supplies $206.72 
May 3 Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, grass 

seed 2.28 

May 4 J. F. Drew, storao-' of tools 12 00 

May 9 G. H. Wells, labor i;i i cirk l.bO 

May 22 J. A. Tufts, shrubs and planting 100.00 

May 22 Wm. F. Neal Co., paint .70 
June 8 Granite State Nurseries, 2 s})ruces and 

planting 5.00 
July 27 Charles E. McAlman, labor and supplies, 

painting at Park 18.80 
Aug. 6 Wm. E. Hutton, labor and supplies on 

Band Stand 4.25 

Aug. 20 Milo G. Chase, supplies for Park 2.40 

Aug. 2 Walter Spear for Derry Band 335.00 

Sept. 4 W. E. Hutton, labor .75 

Nov. 9 H. A. Cochran, Treasurer 25.00 

Nov. 9 J. F. Drew, storage of tools 12.00 

Dec. 7 E. A. Osborne, labor 10.08 

Dec. 22 George Blanchard, labor 2.00 

1935 

Jan. 31 Cash on hand 376.11 



$1,114.59 
Respectfully submitted, 
H. A. COCHRAN 
Treasurer. 

February 18, 1935. 
Examined and found correct. 

GEORGE M. CURRIER 
FRANK A. STEELE 
H. L. GRINNELL 
Auditors. 
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Report of Trustees of Derry Public Library 



To the Trustees of the Derry PubHc Library : 

The 30th annual report is herewith presented. 

The work of the Hbrary has continued much as usual 
but not at quite such a high tension. The year's circulation 
has dropped somewhat being more nearly normal. For three 
years the circulation gained rapidly increasing 27 per cent 
during that time. This year it has dropped 8.5 per cent which 
is however less than one year's gain. It is interesting. to note 
that this drop is whoU/ in the fiction class ; in fact, our adult 
non-fiction has increased, the juvenile remaining approximate- 
ly the same. 

Our purchases during the year have included many 
excellent books both of fiction and non-fiction. Lists from 
the Grange, the Boy Scouts, the New Hampshire Congre- 
gatioiialist Conference and other organizations have aided us 
in making the selection, also numerous periodicals which are 
regularly received. AVe have endeavored to combine literary 
excellence with popular appeal in making our selections. One 
new set of encyclopedias has been purchased. This is Weed- 
on's in 8 volumes, which was bought especially for the use of 
the Junior High pupils. 

AVe have found it neccessary to add six extra chairs, 
which are used around the reference table. The table is filled 
to overflowing many evenings ; the office is then used to ac- 
commodate extra workers. The school pupils are a constant 
problem ; how best to serve those who come for work and 
how best to deal with those who make work an excuse to 
come but who only want a convenient meeting place. 

The Junior High school makes a great drain on us at 
times. AVhole classes are sent for books of similar subjects, 
science, ancient civilization or short stories. Our resources 
are insufficient to supply all at once but we endeavor to do 
our best. AVhen we are notified of such a demand, as we 
occasionally are, we are better able to meet it. 

AVe have borrowed books from the State Library for 
our patrons and are glad to be able to do so when such service 
is desired. 

Book week was observed in November and during the 
summer a A^acation Reading Club was sponsored. Forty-six 
entered the club and thirty-two finished the course and were 
awarded diplomas for reading ten or more of the prescribed 
books. 

I'ook displays have been made of timely subjects, book 
lists compiled of new books for distribution and for the press, 
pictures and posters have been displayed and the librarian 

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has tried to keep the rooms attractive with flowers and grow- 
ing plants. 

Current event classes have been held in the Reading 
Room. There has been the usual flower show and the base- 
ment is used for band rehearsals. 

The library was represented at both the New Hamp- 
shire Library Association held at Exeter and at a district 
meeting held at Plaistow. 

STATISTICS 

Resources : 

Number of volumes last reported 10,216 

Increase by purchase 590 
Increase by Sarah A. Gibson - MacMurphy 

. Fund ' 15 

Increase by gifts 4 

Increase by binding magazines 5 10,830 



Loss through circulation 10 

Worn out and discarded 473 

Disappeared from shelves 43 526 

Number of volumes February 1, 1935 10,304 

Number of periodicals received 70 

Comprising of : 
2 Quarterlies, 54 IVIonthlies, 1 Semi-Monthly. 9 Weeklies, and 
4 Dailies. 

Of these, 22 are gif^s. 
Number of mounted pictures 2,795 

SERVICE 

Total circulation for home use 64,566 volumes. 
Circulation by classes : 

Adult Juvenile Total P. C. 



Fiction 39,062 


9,745 


48,807 


75.6 


Non-Fiction 7,691 


4,042 


11,733 


18.1 


Magazines 




2,443 


3.S 


Mounted pictures 




962 


1.5 


Loaned through district schools 




621 


1. 



Grand Total 64,566 

Decrease over 1933-1934 5,510 or 8.5 per cent 

Number of days the library has been open 303 

Average daily circulation 213 

Largest day February 10, 1934 478 

Smallest day February 20, 1934 53 

Largest month, March 6,730 

Smallest month, August 4.366 

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Number of volumes repaired at the library 702 

Number of borrowers last reported 2,484 

Names discontinued 442 

New names added 261 

Present number of active borrowers 2,303 

Number of district school agencies 2 

FINES 

Balance February 1, 1934 

Received from fines, etc. 282.37 $298.30 

Paid for Post Office supplies 

Paid messenger and service 

Paid for library supplies 

Paid Treasurer of Trustees 

Balance on hand February 1, 1935 25.33 $298.30 

Respectfully submitted, 
ELSIE GASKIN 
Librarian. 



$ 15.93 


282.37 


$ 3.40 


6.08 


28.49 


235.00 


25.33 



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Report of the Derry Public Library 



In Account With 
HARRIET D. LOW, TREASURER 

RECEIPTS 

Cash on hand February 1. 1934 $1,129.00 

Interest, Sarah Gibson - MacMurphy Fund 21.25 

Received from Town 3,700.00 

Interest Derry Savings 10.86 

Fines 235.00 



$5,096.11 
Spent 3,985.84 



Cash on hand $1,110.27 

National Bank $737.10 

Derry Savings Bank 373.17 



Total $1,110.27 

February 12, 1935. 
Examined and found correct. 

GEORGE MOODY CURRIER 
H. L. GRINNELL 
FRANK A. STEELE . 
Auditors. 

EXPENDITURES 

Derry Insurance Agenc,' $10.40 

Bartlett and Shepard, insurance 2.60 

Holmes & Wheeler, coal etc. 344.50 

Derry Electric Co. 121.73 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone 40.45 

Public Finance Co., books 24.50 

Noble & Noble, supplies 6.17 

University Society, books 11.98 

Pergande Co., books 3.15 

F. J. Barnard & Co., bindings 18.70 

A. J. Roemer Co., books 7.44 

Denico Library Co., books 1.50 

Gaylord Bros., supplies 3.55 

Charles Rand, wood 9.50 

Spinning Wheel Shoppe, books 42.26 

J. R. Gilbert, plumbing 7.40 

American Geographical Society, books 18.00 

Small & Hammon, books 13.55 

H. J. Lawson, repairing window 58.00 

Charles MacAlman, paint and labor 17.45 

American Library Association, book list 2.50 

lean Karr, books 5.10 

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Library Book House, books 477.70 

H. R. Huntting Co., books 364.05 

Ginn & Co., books 21.43 

H. W. Wilson Co., indexes 15.75 

H. Goldberger, magazines 58.55 

Small & Hanson, books 5.05 

M. C. Chase, repairing andirons 2.00 

News-Enterprise, printing 14.50 

Holland Furnace Co., cleaning 7.50 

World Peace Foundation, book • 3.32 

Personal Book Shop., books 82.08 

R. R. Bowker Library, journal 2.50 

National Survey Co., magazine 1.10 

L. J. Stokes & Co., books 2.71 

Atlas Products Co., supplies 4.62 

Chautauqua Insurance Book 2.44 

Spencer Furniture Co., chairs 19.50 

Popular Science Manual 2.95 

C. T. Wheelock, suppHes 2.65 

Baker & Taylor, books 37.71 

Manchester Union 7.00 

W. J. Bean & Son, supplies 1.35 

Library of Congress, cards 20.00 

California Stamp Co., catalogue 2.50 

Elsie Gaskin 1,200.00 

Edith Hall 410.60 

Gladys Abbott 11.73 

Horace Dinsmore 329.00 

Ethel Morse 76.86 

Ivilla Barrett 26.26 

W. H. Warren, police 2.00 

$3,985.84 

TAYLOR LIBRARY 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES 

During the past year, the Library has proven an espec- 
ial benefit to this community. Not only has the Shepard 
Building greatly beautified our village, but shortened hours 
of work have given all an opportunity to use and enjoy more 
books, magazines, and other facilities ofifered. This greater 
value and patronage should merit more interest and support 
by all our citizens. 

Reports of Librarian and Treasurer are herewith sub- 
mitted. 

L. WINSLOW EMERSON 
JOHN C. CHASE 
ALAN B. SHEPARD 
MABEL C. BERRY 
L. HENRY BAILEY 

Trustees. 
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REPORT OF LIBRARIAN 
To the Trustees of Taylor Library: 

The 57th annual report is herewith presented. 

The Library has been open regularly during the year 
on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons and evenings with the 
exception of the two holidays, Fourth of July and Christmas, 
which fell on Tuesday. ■ By a vote of the Trustees it was 
also opened on Thursday afternoons during the summer for 
the accommodation of summer visitors and the school child- 
ren. 

The Vacation Reading Club enrolled twenty children, 
ten of whom finished the course and received diplomas. 

We have the past year tried to extend the service of 
the Library by lending ten or twelve books at a time to 
the Teachers of our two rural schools, Districts No. 6 and 
No. 7, to be distributed by them to the children or the families 
who cannot come to the Library. 

Through an error in last year's report the total number 
of active borrowers was incorrectly given. It should have 
been 297; of these 41 have been dropped during the year and 
63 new names added. Our total number of borrowers at 
present is 320. 

The circulation has increased steadily, the figures show- 
ing over 10 per cent more books loaned than last year. 

Mrs. Julia M. Goldsmith has served most acceptably 
as Associate Librarian. 



STATISTICS 



Number of Volumes; 



At beginning of year 6,660 

Added by purchase 297 - 

Added by gift 15 

Classified from old list 25 337 



6,997 



Discarded 18 

Lost in circulation or otherwise 15 33 



Total number volumes, 

Number of Magazines taken, 

(Of these, 6 are gifts) 
Bound volumes lent 
Magazines lent 
Active borrowers, last report 
Active borrowers added 



Names discontinued 

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Feb. 1, 1935 


297 


6,964 

30 
6,666 

777 




64 


361 
4L 



Active borrowers February 1, 1935 320 

Number of days the Library has been open 120 

Average number of books loaned per day 56 

Received from fines $28.70 

Sale of old books 2.00 

For books destroyed or lost 2.75 



Paid to the Treasurer $33.65 

Respectfully submitted, 
ANNIE B. SHEPARD 
Librarian. 

REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

RECEIPTS 

Cash on hand February 1, 1934 $335.59 

Income Marcia Emery Fund 23.37 

Income Frank S. Adams Fund 155.78 

Income Emma L. Taylor Fund 30.22 

Income James C. Taylor Fund 55.37 

Income Mary B. Seavey Fund 30.22 

Town Appropriation 700.00 

From Librarian 33.65 

Interest 1.75 



$1,365.95 

EXPENDITURES 

Books $408.55 

Magazines 36.90 

Librarian, salary 300.00 

Librarian, assistant and indexing 80.44 

Janitor 85.00 

Insurance 17.04 

Fuel and lights 76.12 

Binding 25.12 

Sundries 20.55 1,049.72 



Cash on hand $316.23 

$1,365.95 

January 31, 1935. 

The foregoing reports of the Taylor Library have been 
made in conformity with the form prescribed by the State 
Library Commission. 

JOHN C. CHASE 
Treasurer. 

February 12, 1935. 
Examined and found correct. 

H. L. GRINNELL 
G. MOODY CURRIER 
Auditors. 
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Derry Water Works 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

Fred R. Tapper Term Expires January 1, 1936 

Fred A. Draper Term Expires Januar ,■ 1, 1937 

G. H. Bean Term Expires January 1, 1938 

OFFICERS 

G. H. Bean Chairman 

Fred R. Tupper Clerk of Board 

G. H. Bean Superintendent 

Florence T. Nichols , Treasurer 

To the Board of Water Commissioners : 

I herewith submit the annual report of the Superintend- 
ent for the year ending December 31, 1934. 

STATISTICS 

Number of services January 1, 1934 971 

Number added during year 4 

Number discontinued 1 
Total number 974 of which 795 are metered. 

Meters tested and repaired 238 

Total number of hydrants 72 

Total number of gallons of water pumped 77,216,000 

Average number of gallons pumped per day 211,534 

Total number of K. W. H. of electricity used 93,400 

Average number of gallons pumped per K.W.H. 827 

Average cost of electricity per 1000 gallons .0225 

RECEIPTS 

January 1, 1934 to January 1, 1935 

Service and renewals $655.27 

Meter repairs 239.42 
Town of Derry, Hydrant, Cor. Wilson Ave. 

and Oak Street 900.00 

Town of Derry, Sewers and drains 756.19 

Damage to hydrant on Brook Street 14.73 

Incidentals 125.66 

Water Rentals 21,697.13 



Total Receipts $24,388.40 

Cash on hand January 1, 1934 2,000.66 



$26,389.06 



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Total Expenditures 23,519.39 

Cash on hand January 1, 1935 $2,869.67 

Discounts allowed during 1934 $1,082.22 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES 

Labor 

Services and small mains $1,818.65 

Cast iron pipe 171.12 

Repairs', hydrants, mains and valves 53.80 

Reading- and repairing meters 502.28 

Wells 228.07 

Frost 169.46 

Repairs buildings 58.37 

Sewers and drains 284.87 

Incidentals 58.50 

Salaries at pumping station 1,177.00 

Salaries at office 715.00 

Salary of Superintendent 1,622.00 

Salary of Commissioners 200.00 



Material 



$7,059.12 



Services and small mains -$683.99 

Cast iron pipe 652.38 

Tools and fixtures 142.73 

Meters 172.97 

Wells 457.89 

Repairs at pumping station 90.50 

Electric power 1^744 55 

Fuel 115.74 

Supplies at station ' 72.98 

Truck and maintenance 794.80 

Repairs, hydrants and valves 144.03 

Repair parts for meters 516.83 

Supplies at office 125.05 

Frost 129.00 

Incidentals 59.67 

Insurance 277 Z7 

Bonds 5,500.00 

Interest on bonds ^,\762S 

Repairs on buildings 108.56 

Gasoline, oil and kerosene 196.42 

Sewers and drains 298.45 

$23,519.39 

Cash on hand January 1, 1935 2,869.67 



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$26,389.06 



RESOURCES 

Cost of Plant $135,577.16 

Extensions 1906 to 1907 inclusive 3,585.48 

Extensions 1908 to 1932 inclusive 78,870.51 

Cash on hand January 1, 1935 2,869.67 



$220,902.82 



LIABILITIES 



Union Trust Co., Boston 

5 per cent bonds due $2,500.00 April 1, 1921 

to April 1. 1940 inclusive $15,000.00 

Union Trust Co., Boston 

4/2 per cent bonds due $1,500.00 Julv 1, 1923 

to July 1, 1957 inclusive ' 34,500.00 

F-rst National Bank. Boston 

Ay2 5's bonds due $1,500.00 November 1, 1931 

to November 1, 1960 inclusive 38,000.00 



$87,500.00 
Profit or Loss $133,402.82 

Respectfully submitted, 
G. H. BEAN 
Superintendent. 
Examined and found correct. 

GEORGE M. CURRIER 
FRANK A. STEELE 
H. L. GRINNELL 
Auditors. 

February 18, 1935. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Cash on hand January 1, 1934 ' $2,000.66 

Cash received 24,388.40 



$26,389.06 
Paid Commissioners Orders $23,519.39 

Cash on hand January 1, 1935 2,869.67 



$26,389.06 

FLORENCE T. NICHOLS 
Treasurer. 

February 18, 1935. 
Examined and found correct. 

GEORGE M. CURRIER 
FRANK A. STEELE 
H. L. GRINNELL 
Auditors. 
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Report oS Treasurer, Derry Fire District 



February 1, 1934 to February 1, 1935 
BALANCE SHEET 

Assets : 

Cash on hand ' $3,096.92 

Liabilities : 

3 - $700.00 Notes 2,100.00 



Surplus $996.92 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Fire Station 32 West Broadway $20,000.00 

1 -Model 12 .LaFrance Combination Truck 9,000.00 

1-City Service Ladder Truck 8,000.00 

1-LaFrance Scout Combination Truck 6,500.00 
1-Lozier Service Truck 

Gamewell Alarm System 3,000.00 

Furniture 200.00 

3500 feet of Hose 2,800.00 



Total Valuation $49,500.00 

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

From Taxes $9,000.00 

From Derry Village Fire Precinct 750.00 

From Progressive Shoe Co. 6.00 



$9,756.00 
Cash on hand at beginning of year • 3,027.12 



$12,783.12 

PAYMENTS: 

Salaries of Officers, Agents and Men: 

Hoisington, G. W. $250.00 

Draper, F. A. 250.00 

Bergeron, A. ' 1 14.57 

Wills, J. E. 62.50 

Kurd, F. B. 1,560.00 

Barth, F. 150.00 

Bienvenue, P. 150.00 

Blackwell, I. 150.00 

Burrell, H. 150.00 

Coffin, E. 150.00 

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Davis, L. 


150.00 


Fay, W. 


150.00 


Gilman, R. 


150.00 


Goyette, L. 


150.00 


Houle, F. 


150.00 


Laporte, W. 


150.00 


Madden, J. 


150.00 


Mannarinni, P. 


150.00 


Morin, A. 


150.00 


Morin, P. J. 


150.00 


Spear, W. 


150.00 


Sullivan, J. 


150.00 


Willey, R. 


150.00 


Wood, F. 


150.00 


Boyce, W. (sub) 


16.50 


Cote, H. (sub) 


16.50 


Crabbe, H. (sub) 


16.50 


Dion, A. (sub) 


16.50 


Mannarinni, J. (sub) 


16.50 


Wiggin, G. (sub) 


16.50 


Morin, P. J. (extra duty) 


60.00 


Willey, R. (extra duty) 


85.68 


Grinnell, H. L. (moderator 1933, 1934) 


4.00 


Abbott, H. C. (clerk and treasurer, 1934) 


60.00 


Cochran, H. A. (auditor) 


2.00 


aintenance of Plant and Equipment : 




Derry Laundry 


$27.25 


Hutton, W. E. 


11.75 


Drew, J. F. & Son 


3.05 


Ellis, M. F. 


17.91 


New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 


83.05 


Boston Woven Hose Co. 


1,093.04 


The Gamewell Co. 


17.25 


Derry Electric Co. 


197.18 


Varick Co. 


14.01 


W. F. Neal Co. 


36.79 


Jenney Mfg. Co. 


41.80 


Holmes & Wheeler 


306.18 


Butts & Ordway 


13.42 


Derry Insurance Agency 


48.50 


Belanger, E. R. 


4.65 


Chase, Milo G. 


11.10 


American, LaFrance Co. 


462.98 


Benson Lumber Co. 


6.07 


Benoit's Garage 


10.08 


Calef, John F. 


4.95 


Paquet, H. C. 


l.OC 


Hewitt Rubber Corp. 


232.70 


Portland Rubber Co. 


232.76 


Keith, Ernest 


6.0C 


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Celt's Market 1670 

Bailey Tire Sales 17.25 

Douglass Inc. 19.50 

News-Enterprise • 4.75 

The Travellers Insurance Co. 187.50 

Holleman, Paul 217.70 

American Fire Equipment 22.80 

Packer, L. M. ^ 1.23 

Sterling- Motors 6.66 

W. A. Wood Co. 22.28 

Nutfield Insurance Co. 12.00 

A. J. Picard, P. M. 3.00 

Bartlett & Shepard 5.00 

Pillsbury, L. H. 1.70 

George B. Robbins Co. - 4.50 

■Linscott Supply Co. 7.74 

Connare - Rice Corp. 12.60 

Broadway Garage 2.00 

Interest Paid: 

Amoskeag Bank 140.00 

Notes Paid: 

Amoskeag Bank 700.00 



Total Paid ' $9,686.20 

Cash on hand at end of year 3,096.92 



$12,783.12 
HOWARD C ABBOTT 
Treasurer, Derry Fire D strict. 

February 1, 1935. 

February 8, 1935. 

I have this day examined the accounts of Howard C. 
Abbott, Treasurer of the Derry Fire District, and find them' 
correctly cast and proper vouchers for all disbursements. 

H. A. COCHRAN 
Auditor. 



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Report of the School Department 



1934 
SCHOOL BOARD 

Herbert L. Grinnell, Jr. Term Expires 1935 

Sylvia D. Bell Term Expires 1936 

Frederic J. Grady Term Expires 1937 

Superintendent of Schools 

George H. Whitcher 

Truant Officer 
Howard W. Campbell 

School Nurse 

Lillian S. Mackintosh 

SCHOOL CALENDAR 

Fall Term 1934-1935 

September 4 to December 21, 1934 

Winter Term 1934-1935 

January 7 to March 29, 1935 

Spring Term 

April 8, until completion of 180 teaching days. 

Fall Term 1935-1936 

September 3 to December 20, 1935 

Winter Term 1935-1936 

January 6 to March 27, 1936 

Spring Term 

April 6, until completion of 180 teaching days. 

Columbus Day (Optional, Board to decide.) 

Armistice Day. 

Thanksgiving Day and Friday following. 

Washington's Birthday (Optional, Board to decide.) 

Fast Da/ (Optional, Board to decide.) 

Memorial Day. 



57 :- 



The State of New Hampshire 

To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town 
of Derry qualified to vote in district affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Adams Memorial 
Hall in said district on the 16th day of March 1935, at 2 o'clock 
in the afternoon, to act upon the following- subjects : 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing" year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for the 

ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School 
Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of any 
other officers or agents of the district. 

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Commit- 
tees, or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

7. To choose Agents, Auditors, and Committees in 
relation to any subject embraced in this warrant. 

8. To see if the district will vote to make any altera- 
tion in the amount of money required to be assessed for the 
ensuing year for the support of public schools and the pay- 
ment of the statutory obligations of the district, as determined 
by the school board in its annual report. 

9. To see if the School District will vote to authorize 
the School Board to establish and maintain a high school 
covering grades nine and ten of the public school system as 
provided for in Chapter 119 Section 19 of the Public Laws of 
New Hampshire should the same seem to the School Board 
to be advisable and pass any vote relating thereto. 

Given under our hands at said Derry this 23rd day of 
February 1935. 

HERBERT L. GRINNELL 
FREDERIC J. GRADY 
School Board. 

A true copy of Warrant, Attest : 

HERBERT L. GRINNELL 
FREDERIC J. GRADY 
School Board. 



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Table 1 





SUMMARY 










Last Ytar 


Current Year 


Next Year 






Actual 


Estimated 
Cost 


Estimated 


PAYMENTS 




Cos I 
July 1. 1933 


Revised To 
July 1, 1934 


Budget 
July 1. 1935 






to 


to 


to 






June 30,1934 


June 30, ]93.'i 


June 30, 1936 


Support of Schools: 










Teachers 


$29,284.24 $29,731.30 $30,000.00 


Text Books 




249.62 , 


688.24 


400.00 


Scholars' supplies 




675.34 


370.67 


500.00 


Flags 




4.32 


5.60 


10.00 


Other expenses of instruction 


18.08 


34.07 


25.00 


Janitors salaries 




2,323.26 


2,450.00 


2,500.00 


Fuel 




1,777.68 


1,000.00 


1,500.00 


Water, light & janitor supplies 


, 619.29 


443.87 


400.00 


Minor repairs 




176.50 


* 977.85 


150.00 


Medical inspection 




1,096.33 


1,088.20 


1,100.00 


Transportation 




1,614.50 


1,584.00 


1,600.00 


Tuition (High School) 




20,218.91 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 


Tuition (Elementary) 






100.00 


120.00 


New equipment 




1,425.72 


25.00 


150.00 


Upkeep 




2,077.45 




200.00 


Other Statutory Requirements 


: 






Salaries of Dist. Officers 




262.00 


262.00 


262.00 


Superintendent's excess 


salary 


699.12 


795.26 


795.00 


Truant Officers and Cei 


isus 


57.75 


75.00 


75.00 


Expense of Administration 


790.86 


687.18 


800.00 


Per Capita Tax 




2,150.00 


1,974.00 


2,020.00 


Insurance and rent 




229.70 


585.00 


200.00 


Principal of debt 




1,000.00 


1,500.00 


1,000.00 


Interest on debt 




180.00 


130.00 


90.00 



Total Payments 

Income : 

Cash on hand July 1 $10,061.03 

Dog Tax 544.68 

Trust Fund 55.56 

Other income : (Transportation, 

books, supplies, etc.) 
Elementary tuition 

Estimated Income 
Tax levy 

Total Resources 

Total Expense 

Cash on hand June 30 



$66,930.67 $64,507.24 $63,897.00 



$ 6,531.53 $ 1,372.29 

462.94 500.00 

60.06 50.00 



1,112.70 925.00 
1,688.23 900.00 


1.000.00 
1. 000.00 


$13,462.20 $8,879.53 
60,00 J.OO 57.000.00 


$3,922.29 


$73,462.20 $65,874.53 




$66,930.67 $64,507.24 




$6,531.53 $1,372.29 
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Total Payments (Estimated) 
Total Estimated 

Miscellaneous Income 

Tax Levy 



1935-1936 $63,897.00 
1935-1936 3,922.29 



$59,974.71 



*Included in this is the sum of $699.75 as itemized on 
page 62 which is part of the special appropriation made by 
District Meeting of March 17, 1934. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 
July 1, 1933 to June 30, 1934 



INCOME 



Cash on hand July 1 

Tax Levy 

Dog Tax 

Trust Fund 

Other Income (Transportation) 

Elementary Tuition 



$10,061.03 

60,000.00 

544.68 

55.56 

1,112.70 

1,688.23 



PAYMENTS 




Support of Schools : 




Teachers 


$29,284.24 


Books 


249.62 


Supplies 


675.34 


Flags 


4.32 


Other expense of instruction 


18.08 


Janitors Salary 


2,323.26 


Fuel 


1,777.68 


Water, light and janitor supplies 


619.29 


Minor repairs 


176.50 


Medical Inspection 


1,096.33 


Transportation 


1,614.50 


Tuition — High School 


20,218.91 


New Equipment 


1,425.72 


Upkeep 


2,077.45 


Other Statutory Requirements: 




Salaries of District Officers 


262.00 


Superintendent's excess salary 


699.12 


Truant Officer and Census 


57.75 


Expense of administration 


790.86 


Per Capita Tax 


2,150.00 


Insurance and rent 


229.70 


Principal of debt 


1.000.00 


Interest on debt 


180.00 



$73,462.20. 



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Total Payments $66,930.67 

Total Resources $73,462.20 

Total Expense 66,930.67 

Cash on haul June 30 $6,531.53 

This is to certify that I have examined the records of 
the Derry School District and find them correct. 

EVA C. DAY 

July 10, 1934. 

PAYMENTS 
July 1, 1934 to February 1, 1935 



Support of Schools : 




Teachers 


$14,731.30 


Books 


663.24 


Supplies 


270.67 


Flags 


5.60 


Other expense of instruction 


34.07 


Janitor salarv 


- 1,289.61 


Fuel 


745.55 


Water, light and janitor supplies 


343.37 


Minor repairs 


177.85 


Repairs (Special Appropriation) 


699.75 


Health supervision 


545.10 


Transportation 


654.00 


Tuition — High School 


8,368.71 


New equipment 


4.76 


Other Statutory Requirements : 




Salaries of District Ofiticers 


$262.00 


Superintendent's excess salary 


795.26 


Truant Officer and Census 


24.31 


Expense of administration 


387.18 


Insurance 


108.06 


Principal of debt • 


1,500.00 


Interest on debt 


130.00 


Per Capita Tax 


1,974.00 



$28,533.58 



$5,180.81 
Total Payments $33,714.39 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATION 

Itemized account of expenditures from July 1, 1934 to 
February 1, 1935 of Special Appropriation (To be used in re- 
shingling Oak Street, West Side, repainting rural schools- 
etc). 

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Amount of Appropriation $2,000.00 

PAYMENTS 

Harry Gile, labor on West Side roof $16.00 

Benson Lumber Co., material for Domes- 
tic Arts room at Oak St. 17.52 

Roy Berry, painting No. 3 and No. 7 69.00 

Wilson Metal Ceiling Co., metal ceiling 

at Oak and West 190.00 

John Glidden, repairs at Oak Street and 

fixing roof at West Side 33.00 

Charles Whidden, painting at West Side 15.00 

John Varick, valves for Oak St. 80.00 

Derry Water Works, new main to 

Oak Street 71.20 

W. F. Neal, paint, material. West & Oak 25.48 

Benson .Lumber Co., paint and other 

material, No. 3 & No. 7. Oak, W. Side 42.65 

W. E. Hutton, labor, material, W. Side 8.85 

E. R. Belanger, labor at Oak St., in- 
stalling new flush valves 100.21 

E. R. Belanger, labor and material for 

Floyd (new returns) 30.84 



Amount spent thus far 699.75 

Balance unexpended 1,300.25 



Mr. George H. Whitcher 
Supt. of Schools 
Derry, N. H. 

Report of the school health work in Derry, in addition 
to the weight chart. 

Through the Derry Woman's Qub fifty-three child- 
ren in the second grades were able to have all necessary 
dental work completed. 

Through the Federal Relief Administration, one hun- 
dred six children had dental work completed, making a total 
of one hundred fifty-eight children attending dental clinic. 

One hundred forty bottles of Cod Liver Oil were given 
out. This was furnished by the Federal Relief Administra- 
tion, also they furnished glasses, shoes and clothes. 

We have had some contagious diseases ; chicken-pox, 
measles and scarlet fever. 

Number of children with defective vision 32 

Number of children with defective hearing 21 

Number of children with defective teeth 465 

Number of children with defective tonsils 72 

Number of children attending under-weight clinic 125 

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Number of children attending mental clinic 3 

Number of children attending orthepedic clinic 6 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. S. MACKINTOSH 
School Nurse. 

February 1, 1935. 

MILK USED IN DERRY SCHOOLS 

In the following table the 327 pupils who received milk 
during 1933-34 are grouped according to the gain in weight. 

S'w/ '^'- 1 23456789 10 11 12 

gamed 

?^Voup'"'M9 23 51 56 50 50 25 10 5 12 2 11 

8 Pupils lost weight. 

5 Pupils neither gained or lost Aveight. 

SCHOOL STATISTICS 

Total Registration 826 
Registered elsewhere previously 63 

Unrepeated registration : 

Boys 395 

Gk-ls 368 

Number between five and eight 193 

Number between eight and fourteen 522 
Number between fourteen and sixteen 44 

Number between sixteen and twenty-one 4 

Non-resident pupils 27 

Average attendance 701.95 
Average absence 29.75 

Average membership 731.70 
Per cent attendance 95.93 

Not absent or tardy 67 

Cases of lardiness 601 

Days in school year 180 

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 
Finances : 

The total expenditure for schools for the year end.ng 
June 30, 1934 was $66,930.37 which is about $3,600 more than 
for the preceding ear. 

This additional amount resulted from major repaiis and 
improvements, painting, new shop room, new domestic arts 
kitchen and work-room and other improvements costing 
$1,425.72, and an up-to-date machine shop equipment and^ 
instalation costing $2,077.45. During the same period nixs- 

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cellaneons items of "income other than by tax levy" were 
decreased by $912.38. 

In spite of these facts a tax levy of $60,000 in place of 
$68,979 received the previous year, was found sufficient to 
meet all bills. 

It is true that the very large cash balance of $10,000 
was reduced to $6,500 which is a larger sum than should 
generally be carried over. 

Total Costs: 

The actual cost of schools for 1933 and 1934 plus a 
very close estimate for 1935 averages, $64,940.00: the cor- 
responding average for the three preceding years was $77,017, 
a reduction of $12,000 per year. 

Other Income: 

Aside from the tax levy Derry receives about $3,500 
annually ; this item varies from year to year. 

In general these figures show a normal expenditure, 
now that the buildings are all in good repair and well painted, 
of somewhere from $60,000 to $65,000 ; as a partial offset to 
this we have an income of from $3,000 to $3,500. This is a 
true picture in simplest form, of Derry School finances. 

The Budget : 

For the next school year beginning July 1, 1935 and 
ending June 30, 1936 there will be less of major repairs and 
unusual improvements than for the last two years ; therefore, 
in the detailed budget, shown in the three column set-up, 
the amount of the tax levy is $59,974.71. 

Looking Ahead: 

No town in New Hampshire I believe has a better 
opportunity for developing a modern system of schools than 
has Derry. Its public schools are well housed and are well 
on their way toward a high standard of accomplishment. 

We receive pupils from other towns and other states 
and our teachers know that the standards we are working 
toward are the equal of any whose pupils we are receiving 
but we have more conclusive evidence than this. 

Achievement Tests, 

In September Pinkerton Academy as usual, gave one 
of the "Standardized" Achievement tests to all freshman 
students. 

Mr. Gaskill who gives these tests is well qualified for 
this work. This particular test is designed to show whether 
or not each pupil is qualified to do high school work. The 
results so far as Derry pupils are concerned were as follows : 

9 pupils were 2 years or more above standard 

19 pupils were 1 year or more above standard 

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38 pupils were at standard 

4 pupils were 1 year below standard 

1 pupil was 2 years below standard 

This means that about 40 per cent of the 8th grade 
graduates from Derry Public Schools were from one to two 
and one-half years above standard and that 93 per cent were 
fully up to or above that standard. 

However, there is still opportunity for improvement. 

The next progressive step should be a Public School 
system made up of six years of elementary schools and four 
years of Junior-Senior High and four years of Senior High- 
Junior College at Pinkerton Academy. 

Such a system would completely meet the aims of 
Pinkerton founders who more than a century ago planned 
for "the education of youths in Science, .Language and the 
Liberal Arts" by providing for an education higher than that 
of the public school level. 

Uuder present conditions Pinkerton is doomed to re- 
main a small high school, but as a Junior College its field is 
limited only by its merits. 

The Junior College is not an experiment. There are 
500 or more of these in the United States with a combined 
enrollment well on toward 100,000 pupils. 

Derry and the surrounding towns and cities need such 
an Institution to provide for the youth who today cannot be 
employed in the industries. 

The Derry Chamber of Commerce might well consider 
the desirability of having Pinkerton Academy develop into 
a more permanent Pinkerton Junior College, an Institution 
similar in character to the highly successful Colby Junior 
College at New London, N. H., or Bradford Junior College 
at Bradford, Mass. 

There is no doubt that such an educational institution 
here in Derry could in twenty years secure an enrollment of 
500 pupils or more. 

If this plan can be approved and started in September 
1935, the tax levy can be reduced about $4,000.00. 

Educationally considered this change would make it 
possible to retain, by courses adapted to their needs, many 
pupils who now drop out at the end of the eighth or ninth 
grades. 

There are many pupils in every town who incline 
toward and need courses which lead to engineering and the 
industrial occupations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE H. WHITCHER 
Superintendent. 

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Derry Village District School Warrant 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town 
of Derry Village qualified to vote in district affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Derry Village 
School House in said district on the 16th day of March 1935, 
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following sub- 
jects : 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School 
Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of any 
other officers or agent of the district. 

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Commit- 
tees, or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

7. To choose Agents, Auditors and Committees in 
relation to any subject embraced in this Warrant. 

8. To see if the district will vote to make any altera- 
tion in the amount of money required to be assessed for the 
ensuing year for the support of public schools and the pay- 
ment of the statutory obligations of the district, as determined 
by the school board in its annual report. 

Given under our hand at said Derry this 15th day of 
February 1935. 

CHRISTINE BUTMAN 
ELSIE RICHARDSON 
HERBERT MacGREGOR 
School Board. 

A true copy of Warrant, Attest : 

CHRISTINE BUTMAN 
ELSIE RICHARDSON 
HERBERT MacGREGOR 
School Board. 



-: 68 



SCHOOL CALENDAR 

Fall Term 1934-1935 

September 4 to December 21, 1934 

Winter Term 1934-1935 

January 7 to March 29, 1935 

Spring Term 

April 8, until completion of 180 teaching days 

Fall Term 1935-1936 

September 3 to December 20, 1935 

Winter Term 1935-1936 

January 6 to March 27, 1936 

Spring Term 

April 6, until completion of 180 teaching days 

Columbus Day (Optional, Board to decide.) 

Armistice Day 

Thanksgiving and Friday following 

Washington's Birthday (Optional, Board to decide) 

Fast Day (Optional, Board to decide) 

Memorial Day 

DERRY VILLAGE 



Table 1 



PAYMENTS 



Last Tear Current Tear Next Tear 

Actual Estimated Estimated 

Cost Cost Budget 

July 1, 1933 July 1. 1934 July 1, 1935 

to to to 

June 30,1934 June 30, 1935 June 30, 1&3« 



Support of Schools: 








Teachers Salaries 


$2,109.00 


$2,200.00 


$2,300.00 


Text Books 


17.17 


50.00 


50.00 


Scholars Supplies 


30.00 


75.00 


75.00 


Flags 


9.00 


10.00 


10.00 


Janitors Salary 


401.00 


400.00 


400.00 


Fuel 


167.39 


150.00 


150.00 


Water, light, janitor supplies 


45.33 


75.00 


75.00 


Minor repairs 


64.05 


50.00 


50.00 


Health supervision 


64.44 


75.00 


75.00 


Transportation 


'200.00 


200.00 


200.00 


Tuition — Elementary 


528.00 


450.00 


600.00 


Tuition — High School 


1,800.00 


1,700.00 


2,100.00 


Upkeep 


105.33 






Other Statutory Requirements: 






Salary of District Officers 


- 55.50 


62.00 


62.00 


- : 


69 :- 







Superintendent's excess salary 

Truant Officer and Census 

Expense of Administration 

Insurance 

Per Capita Tax 

Total Payments 

Income : 

Cash on hand July 1 

Dog Tax 

Local Trust Fund 

Estimated Misc. Income 
Tax Levy 

Total Available Resources 
Total Expense 

Cash on hand July 1 

Total Payments, Estimated 

Total Income, Estimated 

Tax Levy 



105.18 

2.36 

12.25 

5.00 

148.00 


113.97 

3.00 

15.00 

75.00 

152.00 


113.97 

3.00 

15.00 

75.00 

170.00 


$5,869.00 

$2,060.77 

72.87 

6.94 


$5,855.97 

$114.80 

63.73 

6.94 


$6,523.97 

$86.40 

60.00 

6.94 


$2,140.58 
3,843.22 


$185.47 
5,756.90 


$153.34 



$5,983.80 
5,869.00 



$5,942.37 
5,855.97 



$114.80 $86.40 
1935-1936 
1935-1936 

1935-1936 



$6,523.97 
153.34 



$6,370.63 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

July 1, 1933 to June 30, 1934 

INCOME 



Cash on hand July 1, 1933 




$2,060.77 


Town 




3,843.22 


Trust Fund 




6.94 


Dog Tax 




72.87 


PAYMENTS 




Support of Schools: 






Teachers 




$2,109.00 


Books 




17.17 


Supplies 




30.00 


Flags 




9.00 


Janitor salary 




401.00 


Fuel 




167.39 


Water, light and janitor supplies 


45.33 


Minor repairs 




64.05 


Health supervision 




64.44 


Transportation 




200.00 


Tuition — Elementary 


-: 70 :- 


528.00 



$5,983.80 



Tuition — High School 1,800.00 

Upkeep 105.33 



5,540.71 



Other Statutory Requirements: 

Salary of District Officers $55.50 

Superintendent's excess salary 105.18 

Truant Officer and Census 2.36 

Expense of Administration 12.25 

Insurance 5.00 

Per Capita Tax 148.00 328.29 



Total Payments $5,869.00 

Cash on hand July 1, 1934 $114.80 

This is to certify that I have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements, and financial records of the 
Treasurer of School District of Derry Special No. 2 of 
which the above is a true summary for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1934 and find them correct in every respect. 

P. M. CAMPBELL 
Auditor. 
July 6, 1934. 

PAYMENTS 
July 1, 1934 to February 1, 1935 

Support of Schools: 

Teachers $1,025.00 

Books 48.85 

Supplies 1.15 

Janitor salary 200.00 

Fuel 53.07 

Water, light, and janitor supplies 26.50 

Repairs 11.64 

Transportation 100.00 

Tuition — Elementary 176.00 

Tuition — High School 840.00 

$2,482.21 



Other Statutory Requirements: 

Salary District Officers 

Superintendent excess salary 

Expense of Administration 

Insurance 

Per Capita Tax 


$62.00 

113.97 

12.50 

75.00 

152.00 



415.47 

Total Payments $2,897 68 

-: 71 :- 



SCHOOL STATISTICS 

Total Registration 52 

Registered elsewhere previously • o 

Unrepealed Registration : 

Boys 



25 

Girls 21 

16 
30 



Number between five and eight 
Number between eight and fourteen 

Number between fourteen and sixteen 

Number between sixteen and twenty-one 

Non-resident pupils 

Average attendance 41.81 

Average absence 1-54 

Average membership 43.35 

Per cent attendance 96.4 

Not absent or tardy 16 

Cases of tardiness 56 

Days in school year ' 180 



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