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ANNUAL REPORT 



Of the 



Town of Seabrook 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 




For the Year Ending January 31 

1938 

TOGETHER WITH THE VITAL STATISTICS FOR 
THE YEAR 1937 



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HAMILTON SMITH LIBRAR 

A.MESBUR^M^£RS1TY OF 
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1^38^ W HAMPSHIRE 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



of S 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 




For the Year Ending January 31 



TOGETHER WITH THE VITAL STATISTICS FOR 
THE YEAR 1937 



AMESBURY, MASS. 

Amesbury Publishing Co., Inc. 

1938 



Town Officers 



Town Clerk 

Jere L. Smith 



Selectmen 

William H. Sanborn Ralph O. Bragg 

Thomas F. Owen 

Collector of Taxes 

Frank L. Carter 

Treasurer 

Annie M. Perkins Nancy E. Weare 

Board of Health 

Samuel Bagley 

Superintendent of Highw^ays 

Albert M. Dow 

Constables 

Ernest L. Crandall Arthur A. Lewis 

Ralph C. V. Eaton 

Auditors 

Daniel Dame James M. Janvrin 

Overseers of the Poor 

Samuel Bagley Frank Marshall 

Frank P. Jones 

Supervisors of tlie Check List 

Charles E. Gove Frank W. Chase 

Frank P. Jones 

Representative to The General Court 

Elihu T. Adams 



TOWN EEPORT 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Seabrook qualified 
to vote in Town affairs : 

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

Article 1. To elect a Town clerk, one selectman for a 
term of three years, town treasurer, collector of taxes, three 
constables, highway agent, three overseers of the poor and 
all other town officials for the year ensuing. 

Article 2. To see vv^hat sums of money the town will 
vote to raise for the expense of the general government, for 
the protection of persons and property, for health and sani- 
tation, for highways and bridges, for the support of the 
town poor and all other necessary expenditures for the year 
ensuing. 

Article 3. To see if the town will vote to authorize 
the selectmen to borrow money on anticipation of taxes, and 
to renew and refund town notes. 

Article 4. To hear the report of the budget commit- 
tee and act thereon. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise the 
sum of forty ($40.00) dollars for the observance of Memo- 
rial Day. 

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to allow a dis- 
count on taxes. 

Article 7. To see what sums of money the town will 
vote to raise for material and expense for projects that may 
be allotted to the town. 



4 TOWN REPORT 

Article 8. To see what sums of money the town will 
vote to raise to defray the expense for collecting garbage 
from the residents of Seabrook Beach, the same to be left 
in the hands of the selectmen. 

Article 9. To see if the town will vote to raise the 
sum of fourteen hundred twenty three dollars and fifty cents 
($1,423.50) for state aid construction, the state to contri- 
bute twenty-eight hundred forty-six dollars ($2,846.00) to 
total forty-two hundred sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents 
($4,269.50) the same to be expended on the South Seabrook 
Road or the Crovetti Road. 

Article 10. To see if the tov\^n w^ll vote to raise the 

sum of one hundred eighty dollars and three cents 

($180.03), the state to contribute seven hundred twenty 

dollars and twelve cents ($720.12) to total nine hundred 

dollars and fifteen cents ($900.15), for class V assistance. 

Article 11. To see if the town will vote to raise the 
sum of one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) for the purpose 
of building a dam and gate at Mill Creek, better known as 
Bobbins Mill, to be under the supervision of the selectmen. 

Article 12. To see if the town will vote to raise a sum 
of money to be used in participation in the Tercentenary 
Celebration to be held at Hampton, N. H. in the month of 
August 1938. 

Article 13. To see if the town will vote to raise the 
sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) for the Celebration 
of the Anniversary of the Ratification of the Federal Con- 
stitution by the State, June 21, 1938, said sum to be expend- 
ed under the direction of the selectmen. 

Article 14. To see if the town will vote to raise the 
sum of four hundred dollars ($400.00) to be used on 
Worthley's Avenue so called upon petition of Edward S. 
Beckman and ten others. 

Article 15. To see if the town will vote to empower 
the selectmen to sell the old gravel pit land at the State Line 
on the Lafayette Road and also the rear half of the gravel 
pit land near Brown's Park at the highest price available. 



TOWN REPORT 5 

Article 16. To see what action the town will take 
with regard to the "Quaker Burial Ground" so called at the 
Eimwood Cemetery. 

Article 17. To see what action the town will take in 
regard to the protection of our clam flats and clams. 

Article 18. To see if the town will vote to establish 
and maintain a legal and efficient Auditing System that will 
cover the entire town's accounts and cause the town's assets 
and liabilities to be accounted for in full in our Annual Town 
Report. Also to take action in any other matter pertaining to 
the welfare of the town that may be brought up by the 
sponsor of this article, upon petition of Abram J. Miller and 
ten others. 

Article 19. To see what action the town will take in 
regard to the digging of clam worms in our clam flats by 
non-residents upon petition of Simeon J. Eaton and ten 
others. 

Article 20. To see if the voters of the town of Sea- 
brook shall vote to make it law in said town, that the Chief 
of Police shall be elected each year by a vote of the people 
instead of by a majority vote of the Board oi Selectmen, on 
petition of George O. Mansell and ten others. 

Article 21. To transact all other business that may 
legally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this day of February 
21, 1938. 

WILLIAM H. SANBORN, 
RALPH O. BRAGG, 
THOMAS F. OWEN, 

Selectmen of Seabrook. 

A true copy of Warrant — Attest; 

WILLIAM H. SANBORN, 
RALPH O. BRAGG, 

THOMAS F. OWEN, 

Selectmen of Seabrook. 



TOWN REPORT 
Bedgei of tlie Town of Seabrook, N. H. 



Estimates of revenue and expen.ditures for the ensuing year 
February 1, 1938 to January 31, 1939 compared with actual revenue 
and expenditures of the previous year February 1, 1937 to January 
31, 1938. 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



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From State: 

Interest and dividends tax..$ 1,485.49 $ 1400.00 $86.49 

Railroad tax 378.46 378.46 

Savings Bank tax 65.84 65.84 

For fighting forest fires 45.10 

From County 1,010.33 

\7eifare 1,410.18 

From Local Sourcas Except 
Taxes : 

Business hcenses and per- 
mits 54.00 50.00 4.00 

Fines and forfeits, Muni- 
cipal Court 382.59 400.00 $ 17.41 

Interest received on taxes 

and deposits 22.35 25.00 2.65 

Income of Departments: 

Sale of v/ood 235.00 

Sales of property 2,875.13 

Dog licenses 114.00 

Tru,st funds 82.45 82.45 

Motor vehicle permit fees 1,326.13 1,300.00 26.13 

From Local Taxes Other Than 
Property Taxes: 

Poll taxes 544.00 1,600.00 1,056.00 

Tax redemptions 150.10 

Temporary loans 12,500.00 

Taxes collected previous 
years 5,604.29 



T;tal revenues from all 

.sources except property 

taxes $28,286.44 $ 5,301.75 

''^Amount to be raised by 

property taxes $34,892.86 



Total revenues $40,194.61 



TOWN REPORT 



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 

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Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 
Town officers' salaries ] 

Town officers' expenses J ..$ 1,269.07 $ 1,400.00 $130.93 
Election and registration ex- 
penses 204.00 500.00 296.00 

Municipal court expenses.... 200.00 200.00 

Protection of Persons and 
Property: 

Police department 652.48 9Q0M 247.52 

Fire department 669.31 750.00 80.69 

Health: 
Health department, includ- 
ing hospitals 731.67 200.00 $531.67 

Vital statistics 133.47 100.00 33.47 

Garbage 250.00 350.00 100.00 

Highways and Bridges: 

Town maintenance 1,652.44 2,300.00 647.56 

Unclassified 512.58 750.00 137.42 

Seacoast Reg. Dev. Asso 78.49 78.49 

Farm Rroad 300.00 

Dog damage 79.17 

Public Welfare: 

Town poor 5,306.37 5,500.00 193.63 

Old age assistance 298.20 1,000.00 711.80 

Patriotic Purposes: 
Memorial Day and other 

celebrations 40.00 40.00 

Aid to soldiers and their 

families 175.50 175.00 .50 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Cemeteries 10.00 10.00 

W. P. A 2,422.34 1,600.00 822.34 

Interest: 

On temporary loans 181.12 80.00 101.12 

On. bonded debt 600.00 540.00 60.00 

On principal of trust funds 

used by town 82.45 82.45 

Outlay for New Construction 
and Perm. Improve. 
Highways and Bridges: 
Town construction, Class 

V 179.00 



8 TOWN REPORT 

State Aid Construction — 

Town's share 714.00 

Legal expenses 1,476.20 

Snow 499.50 500.00 .50 

Temporary loans 12,500.00 

Indebtedness : 
Payment on Principal of Debt: 

Bonds 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Paymients to Other Govern- 
mental Divisions: 

State taxes 2,388.00 2,368.G0 

County taxes 3,312.58 3,312.58 

Payments to school districts 15,600.00 15,279.09 320.91 
Abatements and discounts.. 808.87 

Total expenditures $55,127.71 $40,194.61 

*Total estimated "Revenue-^ from All Sources except Property 
Taxes" deducted from Total estimated "Expenditures" should give 
estimated "Amount to be raised by Property Taxes." 

WILLIAM H. SANBORN. 
RAY M. COOMBS, 
GEO. O. MONSELL. 
ABRAM J. RCLLER. 

Budget Committee of 
Seabrook, N. H. 



TOWN REPORT 



Inventory For the Town of Seabrook, 1937 



Land and buildings $910,524.00 

Electric plants 16,500.00 

Horses 7 280.00 

Cows 63 2,130.00 

Neat stock 5 180.00 

Fowls 2,630.00 

Wood and lumber 800.00 

Gasoline pump and tanks 1,675.00 

Stock in trade 13,100.00 

Aqueducts 1,300.00 

Polls 902 1,804.00 



Total $950,923.00 

Amount of taxes committed to collector 34,074.48 

Average rate of taxation, per thousand 34.00 

American Express Co., New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 
doing business in town. 



Town Officers' salaries and expenses $1,400.00 

Election and Registration 250.00 

Municipal Court 100.00 

Police Department 500.00 

Fire Department 500.00 

W. P. A. Projects 1,200.00 

Health Department 200.00 

Vital Statistics 90.00 

State Aid Construction 1,428.00 

Farm Road 300.00 

Town Maintenance 2,318.09 

Snow Removal 500.00 



10 TOWN REPORT 

Seacoast Reg. Dev. Association 78.49 

Old Age Assistance 2,000.00 

Garbage Removal 250.00 

Unclassified 600.00 

Town Poor 3,000.00 

Memorial Day 40.00 

Interest on temporary loans 70.00 

Cemeteries 40.00 

Interest on bonded debt 600.00 

Payments on principal of debt 2,000.00 

State Tax 2,368.00 

County Tax 3,312.58 

School Tax 12,568.75 



TOWN REPORT 



11 



A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT FOR FISCAL 
ENDING JAN. 31, 11 



Amount Amount 

Available Expended 

Town oflicers' salary and expense $1,400.00 $1,269.07 

Election and registration 250.00 2C4.00 

Municipal court 482.59 200.00 

Police department 682.00 652.48 

Fire department 760.89 669.31 

Health department 200.00 731.67 

State aid construction 1,428.00 714.00 

Town maintenance 2,318.09 1,652.44 

Farm road 300.00 300.00 

Interest on bonded debt 600.00 600.00 

Interest on temporary loans 70.00 181.12 

Welfare 6,410.18 5,780.07 

Memorial Day 40.00 40.00 

Payments on principal of debt 2,000.00 2,000.00 

State tax 2,368.00 2,368.00 

County tax 3,312.58 3,312.58 

Garbage removal 250.00 250.00 

Unclassified 600.00 512.58 

Snow 500.00 499.50 

Dog damage 114.00 79.17 

W. P. A 2,246.33 2,422.34 

Vital statistics 99.25 133.47 

Legal expenses 2,810.13 1,476.20 

Cemeteries 40.00 10.00 



Outstanding bills 
Balance 



Balance 

$ 130.93 

46.00 

282.59 

29.52 

101.58 

714.00 
665.65 



630.13 



87.42 

.50 

34.83 



1,333.93 
30.0C 

$4,087.08 
853.02 

$3,234.06 
2,288.37 

$ 945.6D 



Overdraft 



$531.67 



111.12 



176.01 
34.22 



$853.02 



12 TOWN REPORT 



Balance Slieet 



Assets 

Balance on hand, Jan. 31, 1938 $ 361.03 

Due from County, W. P. A. 137.50 

Due from County, wood 189.00 

Uncollected taxes, 1937, property and poll 7,890.78 

Uncollected taxes, 1936, property and poll 3,306.20 

Uncollected taxes, 1935, property and poll 1,622.00 

Uncollected taxes^ previous years 6,392.97 

Amount due from deeded property 7,944.77 



List of Town Property 



Total assets $27,844.25 

Excess of liabilities over assets, net debt 1,199.12 



$29,043.37 



Liabilities 

Bills outstanding 644.94 

Due to State 594.76 

Due to County 1,048.67 

Schools, balance due 8,755.00 

Bonds outstanding 18,000.00 



Total liabilities $29,043.37 



Dora M. Eaton Alva H. Dow 

Lena M. Eaton Hannah A. Souther 

Frank P. Goss ' Herbert L. Randall 

Guy M. Sanborn Freeman Perkins 

Est. Robert Wortheley Est. Emery N. Eaton 

Joanna Owen E. B. Goodall 

Est. Sadie Nichols John P. O'Reilly 



TOWN REPORT 13 

Frances Shaw Levi D. Collins 

Clarence Souther James W. Dow 

Est. Harry Perkins Daniel Follansbee 

Est. Israel F. Fowler Geo. P. Fowler 

Margaret Higgins Samuel F. Fowler 

Arthur C. Merrill Ananias Janvrin 

Nettie Pitcher Jesse Marshall 

Est. Lydia J. Higgins Est. Samuel Walton 

Julia Salmon Wm. H. Walton 
Heirs Asa Beckman 



14 TOWN REPORT 



inrer's Rei 



For Year Ending Jaiio 31, 1938 



Balance, Feb. 1, 1937 $1,749.09 

Receipts 

From State Treasurer: 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Jan. '37 $ 318.00 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Feb. '37 345.60 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Mar. '37 291.46 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Apr. '37 183.13 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Sept. '37 39.74 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Oct. '37 47.28 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Nov. '37 92.24 

Reimbursement, Relief, for Dec. '37 92.73 
Tax on interest and dividends 1,486.49 

Railroad tax 378.46 

Savings Bank tax 65.84 

3,340.97 



7rom County Commissioners: 




Rent of town property 


$ 90.00 


W. P. A. 


387.35 


Wood 


77.40 


W. P. A. 


125.26 


Wood 


217.46 


W. P. A. 


112.86 



From Jere L. Smith, Town Clerk : 

Auto taxes, 1937 $593.74 

Auto taxes, 1937 177.58 

Dog licenses, 1937 50.00 

Auto taxes, 1937 178.91 

Auto taxes, 1937 75.18 

Dog licenses, 1937 64.00 



1,010.33 



JOWN REPORT 



15 



Auto taxes, 1937 280.72 

Auto taxes, 1938 20.00 

From Banks: 

Exeter Banking Co., note, 4 mos. $6,000.00 

Exeter Banking Co., note 2,500.00 

Exeter Banking Co., note 4,000.00 

Portsmouth Trust Co., trust funds 2.00 

Inst, for Savings 3.25 

Provident Inst. Savings 77.20 

From Clam Permits, 1937: 

Ralph O. Bragg $ 2.00 

Ralph O. Bragg 1.50 

Wm. H. Sanborn 7.50 

Thomas F. Owen 18.00 

From Andrevi^ J. Gynan 

Tv/o Pool Table Licenses $20.00 
From Ralph Newman 

One Pool Table License, 6 mos. 5.00 



From Judge Ralph O. Bragg, Seabrook 

Municipal Court $ 97.20 

Municipal Court 183.25 

Municipal Court 102.14 



From Boston & Maine Railroad 

Fighting fires on property of Lyle 
Dow and Leon Beckman 



From State Forester 
Reimbursement for 
fires 



fighting forest 



From Property owned by town — Sold to 
Faith Capelas 
William C. Ayles 



$40.00 
25.00 



1,440.13 



12,582.45 



29.00 



25.00 



382.59 



29.00 



16.10 



65.00 



16 TOWN REPORT 

Taxes Previous Year 

From Morgia B. Pevear, 1930, '31, 

'32, '33 475.04 

From Exeter Co-op. Bank, Est. Geo. 

R. Fellows 247.25 



Received from Sale of Town Property 

Alden L. Walton $ 78.70 

Albert M. Smith 15.00 

Charles S. Eaton, Jr. 18.31 

Polly Fowler 17.45 

Helen Souther 70.69 

Ruth E. Eaton 99.92 
Eugene H. Walton and Lucy Walton 80.53 

Freeman Fowler, Jr. 95.0T)' 

Est. Abram Perkins 100.00 

Arthur Fowler 163.60 

Clifton Knowles 90.69 

Stephen Souther 17.00 

Raymond A. Locke 150.00 

Annie S. Brown 321.12 

Herbert Randall 17.00 

Bernard Dumbrack 174.73 

Ernest Dumbrack 261.72 

John N. Evans and Gideon Evans 126.03 

R. Burton Brown 723.07 

Charles Blanchard 189.57 



722.29 



From Samuel J. T. Eaton, Poll taxes 

1930, '31, '32, '33 8.00 

From Samuel J. T. Eaton, bal. M. 

Pevear, property tax 20.18 

Redemption of Property 

Tristam E. Dow, 1933 $11.00 

Stephen Souther, tax and int., 1933 9.42 

Ernest Souther, 1932 40.39 

Tristam E. Dow, 1933 44.01; 

Exeter Co-Op Bank 45.29 

150.10 



2,810.13 



TOWN REPORT 



IT 



Received from Samuel Bagley 
Wood 

From Frank A. Perkins, Collector 



235.00 



Property tax, 1934 
Poll tax, 1934 
Interest, 1934 
Sales charges, 1934 


$608.60 

2.00 

34.72 

19.26 


664 58 


Property tax, 1935 
Poll tax, 1935 
Interest, 1935 
Sales charges, 1935 


$846.52 

8.D0 

17.76 

38.06 


910 34 


Property tax, 1936 
Poll tax, 1936 
Interest, 1936 
Sales charges, 1936 


$2,803.65 

74.00 

54.43 

100.37 


3,032.45 




$25,391.24 

544.00 

22.35 

308.62 


Total 

From Frank E. Carter, Collector 
Property tax, 1937 
Poll tax, 1937 
Interest, 1937 
Discount property tax, 1937 


$4,607.37 

26,266.21 

$ 1,749.09 
53,739.65 


Balance Feb. 1, 1937 
Receipts for year 




Paid 1937 orders 


$55,488.74 
55,127.71 


Balance Feb. 1, 1938 


$ 361.03 



Respectfully submitted, 

NANCY E. WEARE, 



Treasurer. 



Seabrook, Feb. 11, 1938. 



18 TOWN REPORT 





Balance Due 


Town From Collector 




Poll taxes, 


1926 




$312.00 




1927 




392.00 




1928 




422.00 




1929 




472.00 




1930 




618.00 




1931 




752.00 




1932 




828.00 




1933 




704.00 




$4,500.00 



1934 Poll Tax Report 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1937 442.00 

Collected and paid Treasurer $ 2.00 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1938 440.M 

442.00 



1934 Property Tax Report 

Collected and Paid Treasurer $608.60 

Interest Collected 34.72 

Abated Property 50.71 



1935 Property Tax Report 

Collected and paid Treasurer $846.52 

Interest 17.76 

Abated property 98.24 



694.03 



1935 Poll Tax Report 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1937 1,076.00 

Collected and paid Treasurer $ 8.00 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1938 1,068.00 



1,076.00 



962.52 



1936 Poll Tax Report 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1937 1,076.00 

Collected and paid Treasurer $ 74.00 

Uncollected Jan. 31, 1938 1,002.00 

1,076.00 



TOWN REPORT 19 

1936 Property Tax Report 

Collected and paid Treasurer $2,803.65 

Interest 54.43 

Abated property 97.50 



2,995.58 



1937 Poll Tax Report 

1937 levy $1,860.00 

•Collected and paid Treasurer 544.00 

Abatements 172.00 

Uncollected taxes, 1937 1,144.00 



1,860.00 



1937 Property Tax Report 

1937 levy 32,270.48 

Added taxes 4.16 

Interest collected 22.35 



Collected and paid Treasurer $25,170.94 

Collected and paid Treasurer, interest 22.35 
Discounts allowed 308.62 

Abatements 48.30 

Uncollected taxes 6,746.78 



$32,296.99 



32,296.99 



We, the undersigned have this day examined the 
Treasurer's accounts and find them well vouched and cor- 
rectly cast with a balance in the treasury of $361.03 and we 
iind the town officers fully bonded. 



DANIEL G. DAME, 
JAMES M. JANVRIN. 



Feb. 16, 1938. 



20 TOWN REPORT 



Siamiiriary of Payments 



Town Officers' salaries and expenses $1,269.07 

Election and Registration 204.00 

Municipal Court 200.00 

Legal Expenses 1,476.20 

Police Department 652.48 

Fire Department 669.31 

SnovN^ 499.50 

Health Department 731.67 

Vital Statistics 133.47 

Seacoast Reg. Dev. Association 78.49 

Town Maintenance 1,652.44 

Farm Road 300.00 

Schools 15,600.00 
Town Poor, Soldiers' Aid and Old Age Assistance 5,780.07 

Dog Damage 79.17 

Income from Trust Funds 82.45 

Cemeteries 10.00 

Garbage Removal 250.00 

Abatements and Discounts 808.87 

Unclassified 512.58 

Interest on Short Term Notes 181.12 

Interest on Bonds 600.00 

State Aid Construction 714.00 

W. P. A. 2,422.34 

Memorial Day 40.00 

Payments of Temporary Loans 12,500.00 

Payment on Bonded Debt 2,000.00 

State Tax 2,368.00 

County Tax ' 3,312.58 

Total $55,127.71 



TOWN REPORT 21 

Expenditures 



V/illiam H. Sanborn, Chairman Selectmen 

Salary $275.00 

6 trips to Portsmouth 18.00 

9 trips to Exeter 18.00 

2 trips to Concord 16.00 

Use of telephone and toll calls 20.00 
Use of automobile on complaints, tax titles, 

projects, and about town 20.00 

Ralph O. Bragg, Selectman, salary 200.00 

Use of auto, assessing, 3 days 15.00 

Attending Tax Comm. Meeting at Dover 6.00 

Trip to Concord, exp. 1.00 

Three trips to Exeter 6.00 

Use of telephone and toll calls 8.00 

Thomas F. Owen, Selectman, salary 200.00 

Expense to Concord 1.00 

Expense to Exeter 1.00 

Trip to Exeter 2.00 

Trip to Portsmouth 3.00 

Annie M. Perkins, Treasurer 120.00 

Jere L. Smith, Clerk, salary and expense 45.00 

Jere L. Smith, time and expense, March election 5.00 

Frank E. Carter, Tax Collector, 1937 152.19 

James M. Janvrin, Auditor 10.00 

Daniel Dame, Auditor 10.00 
Frank M. Marshall, Overseer of Poor, salary 

and expense 28.00 
Frank P. Jones, Overseer of Poor, salary and 

expense 35.00 

Anna Smith, postage and envelopes 21.38 

James H. Page, Tov/n Officers' Bonds 32.50 

Total $1,269.07 



22 TOWN REPORT 

Appropriation, Town Officers' salary and ex- 
pense 1,400.00' 
Amount expended 1,269.07 



Balance ? 130.9S 

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 

Appropriation $250.00 

Amount expended 204.00 



Balance $ 46.00 

Earl W. Moreland, Moderator, March Election 16.00 

Charles E. Gove, Supervisor, March 24.00= 

Frank P. Jones, Supervisor, March 24.00 

Frank W. Chase, Supervisor, March 24.00 

Reginald Small, election official, March 6.00' 

William Evans, election official, March 6.00- 

Jacob F. Dow, election official, March 6.0O 

Simeon Brown, election official, March 6.00' 

Archie Green, election official, March 6.00 

Frank P. Goss, election official, March 6.00' 

Everett A. Weare, janitor. Town Hall 55.00 

Amesbury Publishing Co., printing 25.00 



Total $204.00 

MUNICIPAL COURT 

Appropriation $100.00 

Received from Ralph O. Bragg, Justice 382.59^ 



Amount available $482.59- 

Amount expended 200.00' 



Balance $282.59 

Gov. Weare Hall Association, rent 100.00 

Ralph O. Bragg, Justice 100.00 

Total $200.00 



TOWN REPORT 23 

SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Amount received from sales of property $2,810.13^ 

Paid Batchelder and Wheeler for legal services 

required with regard to sales of property 1,476.20' 



Balance $1,333.93 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 



Balance 1937 


$215.79' 


Appropriation 


500.00 


Received from State for forest fires 


45.10 


Amount available 


$760.89' 


Amount spent 


669.31 


Balance 


$91.58 


Ralph W. Downs, Salisbury Fire Department 


37.50 


Geo. A. Weare, labor on fire truck 


25.00 


Harry S. Small, wire 


1.55 


Charles Harrison, labor 


' 2.50 


Martin W. Dugan, supplies 


8.75 


Haverhill Hardware Co., labor and supplies 


164.72 


American Steam Pump Co., repairs on pump 


123.00 


Frank Perkins, Fire Chief, forest fire payroll 


68.50 


Frank Perkins, Fire Chief, fire payroll 


110.75 


Frank Perkins, express on pump 


7.55 


Alfred N. Gynan, rent of barn 


12.50 


Vivian Fowler, 28 hrs. labor on fire wells 


14.00 


Charles Locke, 28 hrs. labor on fire wells 


14.00 


Simeon Brown, 13 hrs. labor on fire wells 


6.50 


Curtis Follansbee, 15 hrs. labor on fire wells 


7.50 


Sam Small, truck and gravel 


37.30 


Smith Filling Station, oil and gas 


3.76 


Daniel Dame, building chimney 


12.00 


Frank D. Perkins, supplies 


11.93 



Total $669.31 



24 TOWN REPORT 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 
Appropriation $500.00 

Balance 1937 182.00 



Amount available $682.00 

Amount expended 652.48 



Balance $ 29.52 

Ernest L. Crandall, Chief, services and expense 63.85 

Ernest Sargent, services 166.75 

Arthur Lewis, services 85.50 

Arthur Eaton, services 207.20 

Harry Fowler, services 106.93 

Frank W. Chase, services 11.50 

Simeon Brown, services 8.00 

Ralph Eaton, services 1.50 

Lee Sales Co., merchandise 1.25 



Total $652.48 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Appropriation $200.00 

Amount expended 731.67 



Overdraft 531.67 

Sam Bagley, salary and expense, Board of Health 52.15 

Seneca Eaton, labor 13.25 

Vivian Fowler, supplies 103.21 

Sam Bagley, supplies 313.59 

Samuel T. Eaton, supplies 11.12 

Howard A. Eaton, supplies 6.00 

Wm. L. Coleman, medical care 50.00 

A. J. Peters, medical care 66.00 

Charles E. Small, milk 10.80 

Earl Small, milk 6.80 

Phineas F. Beckman, milk 2.80 

Smith Filling Station, fuel 20.00 

H. F. Secord, fuel 9.45 

Wilbur Jewell, fuel 4.00 



TOWN REPORT 



2b- 



Samuel Bagley, payroll burying fish 
SopHia Palmer, care 
Charlotte Eaton, care 
Morris Randall, 4 hrs. labor 
William Boyd, 2 hrs. labor 
Walter Chase, 2 hrs. labor 

Arnold Janvrin, labor, per order Board of Health 
Samuel Small, Jr., labor, per order Board of Health 
Charles E. Sturgis, labor, per order Board of Health 
William Evans, labor, per order Board of Health 
Charles R. Eaton, labor, per order Board of Health 
Koilis Shaw, labor, per order Board of Health 
Earl Blanchard, labor, per order Boa'td of Health 
Sam Small, labor, per order Board of Health 
Percy Smith, labor, per order Board of Health 
Yv'illiam Akers, labor, per order Board of Health 



36 
10 
7 
2 
1 
1 



Total 



VITAL STATISTICS 



Appropriation 
Balance 1937 

Amount available 
Amount expended 

Overdraft 

Jere L. Smith, Town Clerk, reporting births, 
deaths, marriages, and names of children 

V/m. L. Coleman, M. D., reporting 17 births for 
1936 

Wm. L. Coleman, M. D., reporting 17 births for 
1937 

Howard Page, reporting 80 marriages 



50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
50' 
50 
50 
50' 
50 
50^ 
50 
50 



$731.67 



$ 90.00 


9.25 


$ 99.25 


133.47 


$ 34.22 


104.97 


4.25 


4.25 


20.00 



$133.47 



SEACOAST REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION 
Appropriation $ 78.49 

Amount expended 78.49 



26 



TOWN REPORT 



SNOW 

Appropriation 
Amount expended 

Balance 

Albert M. Dow, foreman and truck 

Henry Kendrick, truck 

Geo. L. Dow, labor 

Hale Walton, labor 

Alfred N. Dow, labor 

Raymond H. Eaton, labor 

Erlin Fowler, labor 

Willie A. Eaton, labor 

Ward Beckman, labor 

Albert Smith 

Irving N. Perkins, labor 

Freeman Fowler, labor 

William Eaton, labor 

Merle Bagley, labor 

Asa Knowles, labor 

Edv/in Hart, labor 

Paul Mestretta, labor 

Gerald Thompson, labor 

John Hickman, labor 

Laurence Knowles, labor 

Harry Fowler, labor 

John Smith, labor 

Clifton Creighton, labor 

Robert J. Mack, labor 

Edwin Jordon, labor 

Charles Harrison, labor 

Jacob F. Dow, labor 

Frank Knowles, labor 

Jerome Chase, sand 

Total 



$500.00 
499.50 



$ .50 


171.40 


119.60 


22.50 


12.50 


18.00 


14.50 


8.00 


12.00 


8.50 


19.00 


16.00 


8.00 


1.00 


6.00 


6.00 


4.50 


11.00 


5.50 


2.00 


3.00 


4.00 


4.50 


4.00 


4.00 


1.00 


1.50 


1.50 


1.00 


9.00 



$499.50 



FARM ROAD 



Appropriation 



$300.00 



TOWN REPORT 27 

Amount expended 300.00 

Albert M. Dow, Foreman and truck 70.85 

Edward Temple, truck 37.70 

Henry Kendrick, truck 27.30 

Albert Smith, labor 8.00 

Charles W. Eaton, labor 16.00 

Amos Gove, labor 8.00 

Emery Beckman, labor 8.00 

Andrev/ Fowler, labor 8.00 

William Boyd, labor 8.00 

Willie Walton, labor 8.00 

Alvin C. Eaton, labor 8.00 

Herbert Moreland, labor 8.00 

Hoscoe Eaton, labor 8.00 

Earl Moreland, labor 8.00 

Archie Green, labor 8.00 

Forest Dow, labor 8.00 

James Nedeau, labor 8.00 

James Irving, labor 8.00 

Burton Jones, labor 4.00 

David Knowles, labor 4.00 

Charles Brown, labor 4.00 

John Telle 4.00 

Nicholas Gynan, labor 3.25 

Annie Tucker, gravel 12.90 

Mj^ron Jones, sand 4.00 

STATE AID CONSTRUCTION 

State's apportionment $2,856.00 

Town's apportionment 1,428.00 

Total $4,284.00 

Balance of Town's apportionment 119.24 

Albert M. Dow, Foreman and truck 639.60 

Edward Temple, truck 266.50 

Henry Kendrick, truck 68.90 

Harry E. Chase, truck 58.50 

Frank T. Chase, truck 72.80 

Joseph Vv". Janvrin, truck 44.20 



28 TOWN REPORT 

C. Edgerley, loader 148.13^ 

Sam Small, truck 68.40- 

Jerome A. Chase, gravel and sand 14.55 

Annie Tucker, gravel 150.00 

David C. Chase, cement 49. 50^ 

John A. Janvrin, lumber 24.00 

Archie Green, labor 21.00 

Everett Weare, labor 25.00 

Geo. H. Beckman, labor 12.00' 

Joshua Marshall, labor 21.00' 

Earl Moreland, labor 21.00 

Jacob F. Dow, labor 24.00 

Herbert Moreland, labor 21.00 

Emery Beckman, labor 14.50 

Geo. L. Dow, labor 63.00 

Raymond Eaton, labor 36.00' 

Thomas Greeley, labor 32.00 

Percy Smith, labor 24.00' 

Thomas Goldthrope, labor 12.00' 

Maurice Randall, labor 12.00 

Forest Dow, labor 36.00 

Lewis Corriveau, labor 47.50 

Chester Dow, labor 36.00 

William Young, labor 20.00' 

Lowell Eaton, labor 36.00 

Arthur H. Eaton, labor 20.00^ 

Rueben Follansbee, labor 10.00 

Percy Perkins 22.00' 

Chas. C. Fowler, labor 15.00' 

Frank Marshall, labor 10.00' 

Walter Owen, labor 22.00 

Edmund Marshall, labor 22.00 

John Hickman, labor 22.00 

James Brown, labor 6.00 

Caleb Fowler, labor 22.00 

Geo. P. Eaton, labor J.4.00 

Alvin C. Eaton, labor 29.00 

James W. Sanborn, labor 10.00 

Geo. H. Marsh, labor 22.00 

Wrn. L. Boyd, labor 22.00 



TOWN REPORT 29 

■Jerry Locke, labor 10.00 

Andrew J. Fowler, labor 22.00 

Harold Pevear, labor 30.00 

Clifton Souther, labor 20.00 

Dominic Bartley, labor 12.00 

iStephen Souther, labor 20.00 

Abram Souther, labor 20.00 

Alden Janvrin, labor 27.00 

Herbert Pierce, labor 12.00 

jN orris Pevear, labor 3.00 

Stephen E. Souther, labor 24.00 

Chas. W. Eaton, labor 18.00 

Luther Eaton, labor 10.00 

Ernest Souther, labor 18.00 

Alden Janvrin, Jr., labor 10.00 

Chas. A. Souther, labor 18.00 

'Gerald Thompson, labor 21.50 

Geo. E. Janvrin, labor 12.00 

Charles E. Small, labor 12.00 

Wallace M. Eaton, labor 20.00 

Henry L. Emond, labor 12.00 

Levi Fowler, labor 12.00 

Ernest Perkins, labor 20.00 

Dana S. Knowles, labor 22.00 

Eenjamin Sturgis, labor 10.00 

Edward Felch, labor 10.00 

Wm. S. Walton, labor 10.00 

Jos. E. Marshall, labor 10.00 

Curtis Follansbee, labor 10.00 

Gerald Eaton, labor 10.00 

Bernard Follansbee, labor 10.00 

Charles A. Brown, labor 16.00 

Charles McMahan, labor 22.00 

Horatio Lattime, labor 20.00 

Albert Edgecomb, labor 12.00 

Yivian Fowler, labor 12.00 

Willie T. Walton, labor 19.00 

David Knowles, labor 12.00 

Burton Jones, labor 12.00 

Freeman Fowler, labor 12.'00 



30 TOWN REPORT 

Merle Bagley, labor 20.00 

Frank G. Randall, labor 4.00 

Ernest Janvrin, labor 9.00 

Kenneth Eaton, labor 9.00 

Edgar Randall, labor 9.00 

Jacob Brown, labor 9.00 

Irving Perkins, labor 27.00 

Edwin Jordon, labor 12.00 

John I. Brown, labor 12.00 

Nelson Eaton, labor 12.00 

Edward H. Walton, labor 12.00 

Herbert S. Randall, labor 12.00 

Daniel E. Janvrin, labor 16.50 

Charles M. Locke, labor 14.00 

Willie A. Eaton, labor 5.50 

Edward H. Walton, Jr., labor 5.50 

Erlin Fowler, labor 5.50 

Alfred N. Dow, labor 19.00 

Daniel Bernard, labor 13.00 

Thurman Knowles, labor ' 7.00 

Clyde Fowler, labor 7.00 

Edwin T. Hart, labor 5.50 

Fred Souther, labor 5.50 

John D. Smith, labor 5.50 

Bernard Perkins, labor 12.00 

Simeon Brown, labor 12.00 

Frank A. Knowles, labor 12.00 

Jacob S. Fowler, labor 12.00 

Asa Knowles, labor 12.00 

James Irving, labor 12.00 

Herbert Sanborn, labor 12.00 

Edwin L. Knowles, labor 8.00 

Harold Colby, labor 8.00 

Clarence Souther, labor 8.00 

Jesse Fowler, labor 8.00 

Ralph Gilmore, labor 8.00 

Chester W. Knowles, labor 6.00 

Frank P. Small, labor 8.00 

Tracy Dow, labor 12.00 

Harold Owen, labor 12.00- 



TOWN REPORT 31 

Robert J. Mack, labor 6.00 

Caleb N. Fowler, Jr., labor 6.00 

Chester L. Randall, labor 6.00 

George L. Fowler, labor 12.00 

Gerald Perusse, labor 12.00 

Amos Gove, labor 8.00 

Paul Mestretta, labor 8.00 

Stanley Beckman, labor 6.00 

David E. Beckman, labor 4.50 

TOWN MAINTENANCE 

Appropriation $2,318.09 

Amount expended 1,652.44 

Balance $665.65 

Albert M. Dow, Foreman and truck 655.25 

Edward Temple, truck 53.30 

Joseph Janvrin, truck 46.80 

Frank T. Chase, truck 36.40 

Harold Secord, truck 29.90 

Henry Kendrick, truck 15.60 

Samuel Small, truck 6.50 

Alvin C. Eaton, labor 15.50 

Willie Walton, labor 21.50 

Merle Bagley, labor 7.00 

Burton Jones, labor 26.00 

Arthur H. Eaton, labor 18.00 

Frank Knowles, labor 4.00 

Gerald Thompson, labor 4.00 

Edward H. Walton, labor 15.50 

Percy Smith, labor 11.00 

Horatio Lattime, labor 4.00 

Raymond H. Eaton, labor 37.50 

Jacob F. Dow, labor 8.00 

James Irving, labor 23.00 

Geo. L. Dow, labor 8.50 

Irving N. Perkins 24.00 

Alton Eaton 3.00 

Roscoe Eaton 11.00 



52 TOWN REPORT 

Edmund Gauron 17.00 

Liician Foote 6.00 

Benjamin Sturgis 4.00 

Paul Meshetta 7.50 

George Fowler 4.00 

Thomas Greeley 6.50 

Alfred N. Dow 4.00 

Leonard J. Dow 4.00 

Joshua Marshall 4.00 

Ernest Souther 4.00 

Amos Gove 8.00 

William Young 4.00 

Geo. Marsh 16.00 

Clyde Marsh 4.00 

Joseph Marshall 4.00 

Enoch Boyd 8.00 

James Nedeau 7.00 

Stacy Walton 4.00 

Ward Beckman 9.00 

John Knowles 8.00 

John Hickman 13.50 

Archie Green 8.00 

Herbert Moreland 20.00 

Chester Dow 32.50 

Earl Moreland 26.00 

Alden Janvrin 21.00 

Lowell Eaton 26.00 

Abram Souther 6.00 

Stephen Souther 6.00 

Morris Randall 4.00 

Walter Owen 24.00 

Rueben Follansbee 12.00 

Wallace M. Eaton 12.00 

Geo. H. Beckman 5.50 

Albert Smith 12.50 

David Knowles 4.00 

Charlie Brown 4.00 

John Yelle 4.00 

Nicholas Gynan 4.00 

Fred Corriveau 4.00 



TOWN REPORT 33 

CoiTdon Perkins 1.50 

Emery Beckman 1.50 

Levi Fowler 4.00 

Harold Pevear 5.00 

Charles McMahon .50 

Ezra Knowles 8.00 

John D. Smith 4.00 

Nelson Eaton 4.00 

Fred Moore, gravel * 20.00 

Myron Jones, gravel 3.00 

Jerome A. Chase, sand 14.70 

Ralph Staples, stone 1.00 

Nelson Smith, oil 1.80 

Abner Eaton 27.60 

Howard B. Eaton 4.00 

Boston & Maine R. R., freight 1.91 

John A. Janvrin Lumber Co., lumber 79.63 

Perkins Service Station, gasoline and oil 3.05 

TO¥/N POOR, SOLDIERS' AID AND OLD AGE 

ASSISTANCE 

Appropriation $5,000.00 

Received from State 1,410.18 



$6,410.18 

Amount expended 5,780.07 



Balance $ 630.11 

Sam Bagley, supplies 1,041.99 

Sam Bagley, hauling wood 50.00 

Bragg and Bragg, supplies 512.25 

Samuel J. T. Eaton, supplies 442.25 

Howard A. Eaton, supplies 569.25 

Vivian Fowler, supplies 224.50 

Wallace Eaton, supplies 386.00 

Plarold Secord, supplies 168.75 

Jerome Chase, supplies 27.50 

Horatio Lattime, supplies 69.75 

Elmer Eaton, supplies 160.00 



34 TOWN REPORT 

Andrew Gynan, supplies 

Chester Souther, supplies 

Joshua Janvrin, supplies 

Lena Eaton, supplies 

Paul Batchelder, milk 

Joseph Woodburn, milk 

Earl Moreland, wood 

Jacob F. Dow, wood 

Harry E. Chase, wood 

Estate Wm. T. S. Janvrin, wood 

Smith Filling Station, range oil 

Wilbur Jewell, range oil 

Rockingham County Farm, board 

Portsmouth Hospital 

Henry Kendrick, building 

Wayne Bryer, M. D. 

William L. Coleman, M. D. 

Jere L. Smith, rent 

Martha Creighton, rent 

Earl Small, milk 

Florence B. Eaton, care 

Edward Eaton, medical supplies 

Thomas A. Eaton, trip to Brentwood 

Wyman Marshall, cutting wood 

William Boyd, cutting wood 

Charles Souther, cutting wood 

John F. Dow, cutting wood 

Gerald Eaton, cutting wood 

Albert Smith, cutting wood 

Thomas F. Owen, conveying patient to County 

Hospital 
Frank Marshall 
Joseph Janvrin 
Fred Souther 
Herbert Moreland 
William Knowles 
George Janvrin 
Vivian Fowler, Soldiers' Aid 
Wallace Eaton, Soldiers' Aid 
Horatio Lattime, Soldiers' Aid 



246.75 


58.25 


17.25 


8.00 


126.08 


262.22 


30.50 


2.50 


138.00 


47.50 


166.98 


7.88 


194.87 


45.00 


64.00 


3.00 


130.25 


18.00 


5.00 


7.20 


4.00 


1.25 


3.00 


1.25 


1.90 


4.50 


6.25 


1.25 


4.50 


4.00 


4.50 


6.00 


4.50 


12.00 


12.00 


4.00 


70.00 


28.00 


14.00 



TOWN REPORT 35 

Howard Eaton, Soldiers' Aid 8.00 

Samuel Bagley, Soldiers' Aid 30.00 

Bragg & Bragg, Soldiers' Aid 19.50 

Smith Filling Station, Soldiers' Aid 6.00 

County Treasurer, Old Age Assistance 298.20 



Total $5,780.07 

ABATEMENTS AND DISCOUNTS 

Carolyn Hadley, over tax $ 33.50 

Frank E. Carter, poll tax abatements, 1937 172.00 

Frank E. Carter, property tax abatements, 1937 48,30 

Frank Perkins, property tax abatements, 1936 97.90 

Frank Perkins, property tax abatem.ents, 1935 98.24 

Frank Perkins, property tax abatements, 1934 50.31 

Frank E. Carter, discounts, 1937 308.62 



$808.87 

INCOME FROM TRUST FUNDS 

Amount received $82.45 

Paid John E. Knowles, care of lots 76.45 

Paid George Locke, care of lots 6.00 



Total $82.45 

CEMETERIES 

Appropriation $40.00 

Amount expended 10.00 



Balance $30.00 

Paid John E. Knowles, care 10.00 

COLLECTION OF GARBAGE 

Appropriation $250.00 

Paid Joseph W. Janvrin 250.00 

MEMORIAL DAY 

Appropriation $40.00 

Paid John E. Knowles 40.00 



S6 



TOWN REPORT 



MONEY BORROWED ANTICIPx\TION OF TAXES 



Received Exeter Banking Co. 
Paid Exeter Banking Co. 

COUNTY TAX 
Paid Earl R. Stockbridge, County Treasurer 

STATE TAX 
Paid State Treasurer 

SCHOOLS 

Balance due 1936 apioropriation 
Paid Balance due 1936 appropriation 
Appropriation 1937 
Paid on 1937 appropriation 
Balance due 1937 appropriation 

PAYMENTS ON TOWN BONDS 
Paid Exeter Banking Co. 

W. P. A. 

Appropriation 

Sale of wood 

County Commissioners 

Amount available 
Amount expended 

Overdraft 

Frank W. Chase, foreman 
Frank T. Chase, truck 
Cashman Hardv/are Co., tools 
Jerome A. Chase, wood 
Samuel Bagley, hauling wood 
Rodman Du Boye 
Charles Harrison, labor 
Thomas Greeley, blasting caps 



$12,500.00 
12,500.00 



$3,312.58 



$2,368.00 



$11,786.25 

11,786.25 

12,568.75 

3,813.75 

8,755.00 



$2,000.00 



$1,200.00 
400.86 
645.47 

$2,246.33 
2,422.34 

$176.01 

893.75 

637.00 

113.88 

500.00 

159.63 

59.63 

11.60 

1.75 



TOWN REPORT 37 

Arthur Randall, labor 1.25 

Leavitt Brown, gravel 20.00 

Harry Perkins, labor 1.25 

Charles Holstrom, gravel 8.10 

Henry Fogg, labor 4.90 

Ananias Janvrin, labor 4.80 

Hiram Beckman, labor ' ; 4.80- 



Total 2,422.34: 

UNCLASSIFIED 

Appropriation " $600.00 

Amount expended 512.58 



Balance $87.42 

Anna G. Smith, postage and envelopes 7.66 
Ernest L. Dow, express 2.96 
Thomas Goldthrope, delivering 9.00 
Ralph Gove, delivering 9.00 
Earl Moreland, delivering town reports 4.00 
Edson C. Eastman, vouchers 7.10 
Association of N. H. Assessors 2.00 
Elizabeth Bragg, copying blotter books and in- 
voice blanks 20.00 
Cole Printing Co., Tax Collector's books and 

vouchers 14.56 

George Janvrin, burying dog .50 

William N. Davis, Tree Warden 62.00 

Simeon Brown, labor 2.00 

George L, Dow, labor 2.40 

B. T. Janvrin Sons Co., lumber 2.56 

Jas. H. Page, insurance 7.50 

Amesbury Publishing Co., Town Reports and 

tax bills 126.55 

Jere L. Smith, record book 1.50 

William H. Sanborn, computing taxes 32.50 

Town of Salisbury, tax on gravel pit 4.60 

Samuel Cabot, Inc., creosote 6.10 

Elizabeth Bragg, copying tax and invoice books 32.50 



38 TOWN REPORT 

Ralph O. Bragg, six deeds 6.00 

Jere L. Smith, auto permit fees 145.75 

Newburyport Daily News, advertisement 3.74 



Total $512.58 

INTEREST ON BONDS 

Appropriation $600.00 

Amount expended 600.00 

INTEREST ON SHORT TERM NOTES 

Appropriation $ 70.00 

Amount expended 181.12 



Overdraft 111.12 

DOG DAMAGE 
Revenue from dog licenses $114.00 

Amount expended 79.17 

Balance 

Jere L. Smith, dog license fees and tags 
James M. Janvrin, hens killed by dogs 
Alfred Dow, hens killed by dogs 
Frank P. Goss, hens killed by dogs 
Lucian W. Foote, hens killed by dogs 
Eldred Chase, turkeys killed by dogs 
Joseph Dockham, rebate on dog tax 
Yv'illiam Sanborn, rebate on dog tax 
Milan Felch, Jr., rabbits killed by dogs 
Everett Locke, disposing of 3 dogs 

Total $79.17 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN FOR 1936 

Brown, Henry $17.16 

Bailey, Ralph E. 54.31 

Eeckman, Nelson S., Est. 39.33 

Eeckman, John M., Est. 23.63 



$34.83 


18.00 


2.00 


2.00 


11.50 


28.50 


6.00 


4.17 


1.00 


2.50 


3.50 



TOWN REPORT 30 

Beckman, Geo. H. 27.37 

Beckman, Hiram 12.05 

Blaisdell, Harry 10.35 

Boyd, Leland 25.66 

Crandall, Ernest L. 8.65 

Dow, Tristram E. 44.72 

Dow, Carroll 32.79 

Dauphin, Susan A. 35.02 

Eaton, Ada 6.43 

Eaton, Frederick H. 6.10 

Eaton, Howard A. 56.30 

Eaton, Thomas A. 20.56 

Eaton, Susan 16.46 

Eaton, Herman R. 8.33 

Eaton, Carrie C, Emery N. 12.87 

Eaton, Gerald R. 38.76 

Eaton, Joseph L. 18.86 

Eaton, Elmer 20.92 

Eaton, Dora M., Raymond H. 3.13 

Eaton, Clarence L. 5.59 

Eaton, Charles S. 65.31 

Eaton, Charles Wm. 14.43 

Eaton, Alberta 4.06 

Eaton, Charles Austin, Est. 27.04 

Eaton, Geo. 25.66 

Evans, Grace L. 99.01 

Feich, Myron B. 59.47 

Fcv/ler, Mary F. 13.76 

Fowler, Charles C. 23.97 
Fowler, Marion, Quinn, Catherine ■ 2.00 

Humes, Wendell 50.16 

Janvrin, James W. 6.95 

Know^Ies, Moses 63.10 

Knowles, Laurence 22.26 

Knowles, Henry C, Heirs 16.82 

Knowles, Willie H. 16.79 

Knowles, John E. 13.75 

Knowles, William A. 49.49 

Knowles, William F. 10.35 

Knowles, Dana S. 28.53 



40 TOWN REPORT 

Knowles, Lena A. 39.28 

Locke, Willie M. 34.52 

Moreland, Undine 38.08 

Moreland, Earl 66.51 

Newman, Ralph 44.54 

Owen, Sally A. 22.26 

Perkins, Edward L. 23,44 

Perkins, Liliie M., Heirs 19.87 

Perkins, Bernard 32.47 

Penniman, William H. 6.95 

Perkins, Corydon 12.10 

Randall, Anthony 7.96 

Randall, Chester 32.47 

Souther, Ernest 35.87 

Souther, Charles A. 6.60 

Small, Harry S. 41.20 

Small, Samuel 80.62 

Small, Andrew G. 35.87 

Sanborn, Charles O., Est. 20.23 

Smith, Jacob, Est. ' 6.61 

Smith, Percy L. 37.40 

Walton, Alden L. 10.35 

Walton, John L., Est. 81.49 

Labruque, Agnes M. 173.39 

Sutton, Mary 11.72 

Stevens, Alice W. 21.39 

Jackman, Ezra, Heirs 7.29 

Dow, Albert, Heirs 3.71 

Wood, Fred W. 50.16 

Pike, James 8.32 

Corbin, Philip 18.53 

Dow, Wm. L., Estate 3.55 

Furbush, Ralph 4.92 

Anderson, A. J. 4.06 

Brown, Harry P. 5.60 

Sullivan, Chas. G. 4.25 

Texaco Oil Co. 8.32 

Towle, Howard 4.57 

Weare, Percy 57.44 

Guilfoile, George 13.42 



TOWN REPORT 41 

Adams, Lucy 8.71 



Total $2,304.20 

1934 TAXES SOLD TO TOWN DEC. 14, 1935 

Lucy Adams, Est. $38.75 

Merle L. Bagley 37.41 

Thomas Chase, Est. 12.62 

Susan A. Dauphin 32.55 

Tristram E. Dow 27.74 

Emery N. and Carrie C. Eaton 8.45 

Thomas A. Eaton 4.95 

James S. Eaton, Est. 56.90 

Chas. Wm. Eaton 13.59 

Jessie M. Felch Janvrin 10.39 

Caroline Foote 19.86 

Marion Fowler and Catherine Quinn 2.93 

Laurence Knowles 18.89 

Henry C. Knowles, Heirs 15.75 

Ralph Newman 39.48 

Sally A. Owen 18.89 

Corydon Perkins 11.05 

Ernest A. Page 31.43 

Samuel Small 67.18 

Mary Sutton 11.05 

A. J. Anderson 3.39 

Phillip J. Corbin 17.32 

William L. Dow 3.53 

James Pike 3.64 

Fred W. Wood 46.54 



$554.68 

1933 TAXES SOLD TO TOWN SEPT. 1934 

Lucy Adams, Est. $ 60.56 

Atlantic Building Association 277.09 

Frank T. Chase 11.16 

Cuy W. Chase 22.78 

One-third heirs of Geo. W. Chase, balance 1.21 



42 TOWN REPORT 

Susan A. Dauphin 36.43 

James S. Eaton, Est. 32.77 

Charles Warren Eaton 41.58 

Charles R. Eaton 33.49 

Charles Wrn. Eaton 13.26 

Charles C. Fowler 10.16 

Caroline Foote 16.03 

Daniel F. Fowler, Est. 19.79 

Edwin T. Hart, balance 1.33 

Edward L. Perkins 22.29 

Nora J. Kiley 19.79 

Marietta Paris 138.55 

Alice A. Stevens 22.58 

Ernest Souther 37.64 



$818.49 

TAXES SOLD TO TOWN FOR YEAR 1932 

Atlantic Building Association $258.40 

Leonard J. Dow 68.01 

Charles E. Fowler 41.9*^ 

Charles C. Fowler 27.71 

Alfred N. Gynan, balance 16.64 

Stella Hussey 142.13 

Nora J. Kiley 30.97 



$554.88 



1930 TAXES SOLD TO TOWN 1931 



Frank W. Chase $ 8.37 

Caroline Foote 31.30 

One-third heirs Geo. W. Chase 11.29 

Charles C. Fowler 28.64 

$79.60 



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47 



RECORD OF MARRIAGES 

In the Town cf Saabrook, N. H, For tlie Year Ending 
December 31, 1937 



Date 


Names 


Ages 


Residences 


Jan. 


3 


Marshall Edwin Pray 


21 


Peabody, Mass. 






Louise Vlasuk 


18 


Peabody, Mass. 


Jan. 


6 


Charles Augustus Callahan 


26 


Somerville, Mass. 






Lucy Elizabeth Stephenson 


28 


Sornerville, Mass. 


Jan. 


7 


Robert Ellsworth Baker 


24 


Gloucester, Mass. 






Margaret Emily Handrahan 


29 


Gloucester, Mass, 


Jan. 


7 


Edward Siden 


25 


Everett, Mass. 






Josephine Joan DeOtt 


23 


Chelsea, Mass. 


Jan. 


8 


Frederick Albert Mayberry 


45 


Rutland, Vt. 






Martina Gallagher 


34 


Rutland, Vt. 


Apr. 


9 


George Franklin Eaton 


24 


Seabrook, N. H. 






Sylvia Carolyn Jones 


17 


Seabrook, N. H. 


Jan. 


9 


John Franklin Leach 


29 


Revere, Mass. 






Dorothy Emily MacVeigh 


25 


Revere, Mass. 


Jan. 


10 


James McClelland 


21 


Quincy, Mass. 






Mary Lillian White 


21 


Greenwood, Mass, 


Jan. 


10 


John Francis Keefe 


35 


Newton, Mass. 






Dorothy Elizabeth DeArmond 


1 25 


Newton, Mass. 


Jan. 


15 


Gerald Newcomb O'Brien 


36 


Boston, Mass. 






Helen Geraldine Kasner 


26 


Winamac, Ind. 


Jan. 


16 


Ralph Anderson Osgood 


22 


.Seabrook, N. H. 






Ruth Frances Kierstead 


18 


Hampton, N. H. 


Jan. 


18 


William Lorenzoni 


22 


Somerville, Mass. 






Lillian Nunziato 


18 


Somerville, Mass. 


Jan. 


18 


Carlo Marfongelli 


21 


Salem, Mass. 






Mary Delores Rizzotti 


18 


Haverhill, Mass. 


Jan. 


23 


Andrew Sumner Deinstadt 


24 


Beverly, Mass. 






Thelma Marie Jones 


21 


Beverly, Mass. 


Jan. 


23 


Silvio Joseph Rosetti 


21 


Salem, Mass. 






Mary Eileen Marshall 


18 


Lynn, Mass. 


Jan. 


24 


Claude Arthur Robinson 


21 


Wakefield, Mass. 






Marjorie Muriel HanseU 


18 


Stoneham, Mass. 


Jan. 


26 


Ernest Everett Welch 


22 


Amesbury, Mass. 






Pearline Hester Eaton 


16 


Seabrook, N. H. 


Jan. 


28 


Garland Blake Winn 


24 


Somerville, Mass. 






Josephine Marie Huntley 


24 


Somerville, Mass. 



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TOWN REPORT 



Date 


Jan. 


29 


Jan. 


30 


Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


4 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


9 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


17 


Feb. 


18 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


23 


Feb. 


27 


Newbury, 


Feb. 


27 


Feb. 


28 


Mar. 


1 


Mar. 


7 


Mar. 


12 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


14 



Names Ages 

Robert Stephens Boynton 21 

Barbara Louise Benoit 18 

James Douglas Bruce 34 

Eilene Marie Curtis 26 

Byron Franklin Marshall 15 

Laura Chestina Brown 16 

Charles Henry Moody 21 

Lydia Ellen Coombs 18 

Jeffry Joseph McGloan 26 

Dorothy J. Williamson 20 

Roy Ov/en Bourdelais 21 

Edna Elizabeth Emerson 19 

Elhott Ames Court 29 

Mildred Mary Rheaume 39 

Norman Arthur Clarke 21 

Phyllis Elaine Perkins 19 

Leland Douglas Dore 24 

Gladys Kathlene Eaton 29 

Horace Joseph DeSantis 21 

Josephine DeLuca 18 

George Dearborn Pinkham 34 

Alice Frost Dickey 32 

Albert Edward Erickson 33 

Gertrude Elizabeth Collins 32 

Charles Edwin Paine 24 

Dagmar Eleanor Lundberg 20 
Leo Francis Schwenderman 21 

Anna Veronica Mackey 22 

Charles Cashmaa 29 

Annie Mae Vicar 24 
Mass. 

Albert Stickney Bryant 19 

Grace F. Angelor 16 

Charles Warren Critch 21 

Josephine Parsons 20 

Cecil Denis HoIIingsworth 21 

Shirley Elizabeth Greenleaf 18 

Gordon Howard Tidd 25 

Bertha Elizabeth Clark 18 

Leslie Cyril Ford 36 
Marie Rose Eugenie Ouelette 23 

Kenneth Granger Shores 21 

Rita Patricia Hayes 19 

George Arne Bergendahl 21 

Elizabeth Harding White 18 

Stanley Ward Beckman 21 

Hannah Belle Addison 26 



Residences 

Norway^ Me. 
Auburn, Me. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Salem, Mass. 
Peabody, Mass. 
East Boston, Mass. 
Chelsea,, Mass. 
Salem, N. H. 
Atkinson, N. H. 
West Medford, Mass. 
Medford, Mass. 
Saugus, Mass. 
Saugus, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
EostoiE;, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Alfred, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Walthani, Mass. 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Nev^ton, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 

Newburyport, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Nahant, Mass. 
Swampscott, Mass. 
Newbury, Mass. 
Merrimacport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Neponset, Mass. 
Belmont, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 



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Date Names 

Mar. 15 Michael Lakusta, Jr. 

Mildred Stein 
Mar. 20 James Richard Pittrnan 

Barbara Helen Doeii 
Mar. 21 Joseph Richard Murphy- 
Helen Jordan 
Mar. 21 James Lawrence Clifford 

Marilyn Charlotte Albin 
Mar. 21 Eliot Noble 

Ruth Elinor Corey 
Mar. 25 Roland Joseph Breton 

Laura Louise Doucette 
Mar. 26 Francis Thomas Gill 

Margaret A'.mie Weeden 
Mar. 27 Edward Rocco Galante 

Hazel Agnes Berrett 
Mar. 27 Herbert Thomas Grover 

Gladys Irene V/eeks 
Mar. 27 Eugene Erwin 

Janet Elizabeth Wright 
Mar. 28 David Slobodldn 

Charlotte Jennie Tucker 
Apr. 7 Fred Stanhope Davis 

Flora Evelyn Silk 
Apr. 8 Wesley Snow Faulk 

Margaret Isabel Derry 
Apr. 9 Donald Francis Pelletier 

Muriel MacDonald Carlson 
Apr. 10 Joel A. Johnson 

Isabel Rita Dwyer 
Apr. 10 Richard James Clark 

Helen Elizabeth Stone 
Apr. 10 George Downey 

Ethel Claire Littlehall 
Apr. 10 Philip Carlton Perry 

Camilla Patricia Susco 
Apr. 10 Karl Nicholas Bettinger 

Hildride Aurola Bettinger 
Apr. 11 Harold Willard Hewlett 

Florence May Souther 
Apr. 11 Dominic Anthony Incerto 

Fannie Weiner 
Apr. 11 Edward Joseph Rivard 

Velma Mae Vermette 
Apr. 11 Albert Joseph Gagnon 

Elizabeth Jacqueline Hallisey 



Ages Residences 

22 Boston, Mass. 

20 Boston, Mass. 
22 Lyrn, Mass. 

19 Lynn, Mass. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 

30 Boston, Mass. 

20 East Boston, Mass. 

22 Maiden, Mass. 

21 Medford, Mass. 

23 Haverhill, Mass. 

22 Haverhill, Mass. 
25 Lynn, Mass. 

18 Saugus, Mass. 

23 Woburn, Mass. 

23 Woburn, Mass. 
22 Keene, N. H. 
20 Keene, N. H. 

24 Bangor, Me. 

22 Bangor, Me. 
34 Lynn, Mass. 

19 Lyx-jn, Mass. 

41 Boston, Mass. 
37 Boston, Mass. 

27 P''oxboro, Mass. 

28 Somerville, Mass, 

23 Danvers, Mass. 
23 Danvers, Mass. 

27 Brooklyn, Conn. 
23 Brooklyn, Conn. 

25 Boston, Mass. 
32 Peabody, Mass. 
32 Roxbury, Mass. 
23 Readville, Mass. 
23 Gloucester, Mass. 
22 Northampton, Mass. 

28 Plymouth, Mass. 

20 Plymouth, Mass. 
28 Newburyport, Mass. 

20 Seabrook, N. H. 
25 Boston, Mass. 
19 Boston, Mass. 

42 North Tarrytown, N, Y. 
37 LevN^iston, Me. 

21 Newburyport, Mass. 
18 Newburyport, Mass. 



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Date 
Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 



Names j 

Burnice Seronick 
Beatrice Gertrude Feinstein 
Richard Baron 
Barbara Downing 
William Henry Brown 
Louise Marie Godfrey 
William Patterson 
Minnie Hubley 
Gerald Mitchell Tedesco 
Frances Cecelia Tatro 
Harry Webber Lake 
Minnie Ceretha Withrow 
Emery Alexander Miller 
Shirley West Marshall 
James Frederick McNamara 
Agnes Ruth Mary Barry 
Walter Sherman Thompson 
Etta Adelaide Knott 
Thomas Francis Fallon 
Margaret Mary Corkery 
Norman SiLsbury 
Sarah Fabens 
Earl Warden Hannibal 
Esther Frances Boudrow 
Joseph Thomas Voner 
Mary Depasquale 



Virginia Rose Burns 23 

21 William Herbert Shea 78 

Jane MacDonald 41 

21 Vincent Owen Kiernan 25 

Ella Eunice Warner 22 

21 Samuel Hablow 41 
Mary Francis Clark 26 

22 James Edward Spillane 28 
Dorothy Louise MacPherson 21 

23 Paul Winthrop Larson 20 
Margaret Elizabeth Bicknell 18 

23 Louis Beaulieu 37 

Claire Rose Faucher 23 

23 Alexander Eraser McHoul 22 
Mildred Georgina Hennessey 20 

24 Clarence Wilbur Richardson 26 
Elva Mae Blodgett 25 

24 Lewis Walter Tedstone 25 

Ethel May Larrabee 20 



Residences 

Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Augusta, Me. 
Augusta, Me. 
Roslindale, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
South Braintree, Mass. 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Medford, Mass. 
Medford, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
PljTnouth, Mass. 
Falm.outh, Mass. 
Wolfboro, N. H. 
Wolfboro, N. H. 
Maiden, I'vlass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Marblehead, Mass, 
Salem, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Watertown, Mass. 
Belmont, Mass. 
Rockland, Me. 
Friendship, Me. 
Bath, Me. 
Bath, Me. 
Randolph, Ma^ss. 
Weymouth, Mass. 
Allston, Mass. 
Allston, Mass. 
Brocktoitt, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Portland, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Lewiston, Me. 
Lewiston, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Brighton, Mass. 
West Newton, Mass. 
Newtonville, Mass. 



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51 



Date 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



Names Ages 

24 Gordon Warren Rendell 42 
Gladys Hamilton Woodward 39 

24 Adolph Stanbury 45 
Dorothy Frances Steinberg 24 

25 Richard F. Fairweather, Jr. 21 
Dorothy Isabelle Nunes 22 

25 Rosario Arthur Pinette 28 
Ruth Myrick Reynolds 29 

26 James Robert Sharpe 24 
Marie Caroline Mahoney 19 

26 Ernest William Clark 22 

Helen May Abbott 20 

26 Albert Benjamin Clark 34 
Eidora Marie Mosaritold 25 

27 Hugh Maximillian Martin 28 
Doris Katherine Palmer 23 

28 Havelock Armour, Jr. 21 
Ruth Mary Cutter 18 

29 Alfred Arthur Gagnon 26 



Gabrielle Gladys Chamberlain 18 

Paul A. dAutuel 24 

Thelma E. Spencer 21 

John E. G. JohansoTJ 27 

Gerda Ulrika Ljunberg 25 

Joseph J. Eonanno 21 

Dorothy R. Hardy 19 

John Francis Haggerty 44 

Minnie Althea Andrews 37 

William Krai 31 

Rose Lillian Taves 27 

John James Cunningham 64 

Mary Jane McGrath 40 

Leonard Francis Kiley 36 

Annette Etha Dionne 24 

Harry Whittaker 27 

Mary Amanda Gilpin 21 

William Emil Moore 40 

Rose Marie Di Donato 22 

Leonard Merton Randall 42 

Dorothy May Pickard 26 

William Edward Smith 35 

Margaret McCarthy 32 

Claude Taylor Harvey 34 
Sally Katherine MacDonald 33 

Frank Young Clark 42 

Jennie Mary Rogers 38 



Residences 

Framingham, Mass. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Augusta, Me. 
Augusta, Me. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Fort Kent, Me. 
Woolwich, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Reading, Mass. 
Reading, Mass. 
RoxOury, Mass. 
vjjston, Mass. 
Bilghicn, Maz?. 
Wateir.own, Mass. 
Littleton, Mass. 
Littleton, Mass 
Lewiston, Me, 
Lewis Lon, Me. 
Augusta, Me. 
Augusta, Me. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Lawrence, Ma^s. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Boston, Mass. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Newton, Mass. 
Milford, Mass. 
Milford, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 



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Date Names Ages 

May 5 Henry Parks Wellman 65 

Alice Kelby Jones 43 

May 7 Furmer Howard Eaton 2I 

Cora Bartlett Eaton 20 

May 8 Samuel Goodman 37 

Sylvia Shapiro 23 

May 9 Frank Vincent Malik 2I 

Evenia Bezemes 19 

May 9 Forrest Floyd Littlefield 20 

Bertha Ellen Cole 13 

May 11 Robert Mathias Daniels 2I 

Helen Marie Vinson is 

May 12 Warren George Grace 31 

Alice Helen Patterson 35 

May 12 Pasquale Patrick Signore 22 

Eleanor Mary Prestandra ig 

May 12 Vincent Joseph Serino 2I 

Priscilla Bragg 18 

May 13 William Bragis Scipione 3I 

Grace Cecelia Bills 39 

May 14 Francis Edv/ard Kelley 22 

Mary Stetson Walker 21 

May 14 Anthony Michael Plutinicld 2I 

Beatrice Olive Belanger is 

May 14 Laurence Francis Flanagan 29 

Frances Louise Strang 18 

May 14 John Francis V/orthley 22 

Katherine Louise Budrow 23 

May 14 David Edvv'ard Block 37 

Dorothy LeBlanc 28 

May 15 Alan Roswell Briggs . 32 

Melba Gloyd Harris 24 

May 15 Walter Staats 42 

Alice M. O'Brien 30 

May 15 Leo Tessier 34 

Ethel Estelle Emerson 27 

May 16 Charles Moss Shriner 20 

Lorraine Alton Faye 18 

May 16 Edward Norton Sv^^ett 21 

Phyllis Jeanette Young 19 

May 16 Clyde Vinton Boothby 26 

Frances Elizabeth Huse 21 

May 17 Herbert Sutherland Bearse 24 

Dorothy Eleanor Rourke 24 

May 17 Leopold Stanley Poplawski 25 

Amelia Jennifer August 19 



Residences 

Portland, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
Peabody, Mass. 
Peabody, Mass. 
Hampton, N. H. 
■Nev/buryport, Mass. 
Medfield, Mass. 
Westwood, Mass. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Chekea, Mass. 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Milton, Mass. 
BostoL-;, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Foxboro, Mass. 
Rockport, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Rockport, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
North Cambridge, Mass^ 
West Somerville, Mass. 
Portland, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Essex, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Gorham, Me. 
South Paris, Me. 
Melrose, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 

Newton Lower Falls, Mass 
Newton Lower Falls, Mass- 



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Date Names 

May 18 Francis Edward Boyle 

Alma Jeanette Gendreau 
May 21 Robert Gordon Mabie 

Barbara MacNeil Chevalier 
May 22 John Guy Nolan 

Frances Sara Farrand 
May 22 Frederick Laurence Grethe 

Jeanne Faulkner Kelly 
May 22 Daniel Cooper Jones 

Carolyn Alfretta Atkinson 
May 22 William Loren Higgins 

Audrey Margaret Veinotte 
May 23 David Jesse 

Frances Priscilla Brown 
May 23 John Joseph McNamara 

Hannah Mae Buchanan 
May 24 Louis Baptiste 

Clara Elizabeth Smith 
May 25 Geo. Frriclerick Harrington 

Phyllis Hyde Martin 
May 25 Geo. Harold MacCormick 

Clara Elizabeth Flemming 
May 27 Edward Ralph Crescitelli 

Marion Elizabeth Coffey 
May 27 Thomas Julian Carey 

Margaret G. Farrell 
May 28 V/rn. Francis O'Donnell 

Katherine Mary Lynch 
May 29 Baxter Ragsdale Still 

Adelaide Thelma Sweatt 
May 29 Santo Reo Indorato 

Elizabeth Theresa DiGenio 
May 29 Karl Brenner 

Edith Weiner 
May 29 Anthony William Kolias 

Clara Prances Watton 
May 29 Edward Joseph Walsh 

Eleanor Loise Schultz 
May 29 Allen Alfred Shuksteris 

Alberta Maryrose Fournier 
May 29 William Joseph Hoeler 

Lillian Mullally 
May 29 Frederick Clinton Messenger 

Adelaide Elizabeth Turner 
May 30 Emile Osias Gauthier 

Mary Aldea Martin 



Ages Residences 

25 Portland, Me. 

23 Portland, Me. 

31 W^altham, Mass. 

29 Winchester, Mass. 

31 Medford, Mass. 

20 Medford, Mass. 

23 Boston, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 
25 Wichita Falls, Texas 

20 Topsfield, Mass. 
27 Somerville, Mass. 

24 Somerville, Mass. 

21 Newport, R. I. 
18 Newport, R. L 

34 Maiden, Mass. 

24 Melrose, Mass. 

22 Framingham, Mass. 
20 Framiagham, Mass. 

23 Allston, Mass. 
20 Allstcn, Mass. 

32 Cambridge, Mass. 
39 Cambridge, Mass. 

25 Watertown, Mass. 
18 Brookline, Mass. 
20 Boston, Mass. 
29 Boston, Mass. 

35 Boston, Mass. 
34 Boston, Mass. 

20 Portland, Me. 

18 Portland, Me. 

24 Chelsea, Mass. 
24 Everett, Mass. 

21 Lynn, Mass. 

19 Salem, Mass. 
21 Portland, Me. 

20 Potrland, Me. 
29 Norwood, Mass. 

24 Boston, Mass. 

21 Lynn, Mass. 
19 Lynn, Mass. 

26 Cambridge, Mass, 

27 Cam.bridge, Mass. 

25 East Braintree, Mass. 
25 Scituate, Mass. 

33 Seabrook, N. H. 
18 Seabrook, N. H. 



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Date Names 

May 30 Gilman Ernest Sault 

Bernice Frances Lewis 
May 30 Nicholas Civetta 

Margaret Elizabeth O'Neil 
May 30 Harry Wallace Vieno 

Florence Marcella Gouthro 
May 31 Delmo Edward Dallero 

Barbara Louise Hoffman 
May 31 Stanley Thomas O'Neil 

Jeanette Marie Theriault 
May 31 William Geo. Holler 

Helen Zdanow 
May 31 James Patrick Trainor 

Irene Shirley Harkness 
June 1 Gustav Edward Schultz 

Gertrude Lena MacDowell 
June 1 Walter Edward Langley 

Thelma Alice Berry 
June 2 John Richard Woodman 

Grace Louise Dexter 
June 3 Ray Theodore Gate 

Florence Estelle Steedley 
June 4 Harold Edmund Hyder 

Eleanore Theresa McNally 
June 5 Arvill Ralph Adams 

Eva Pearl Allen Youlton 
June 5 Frank Billington Norris 

Theresa Pauline Barnes 
June 5 Leon Walter Stevens 

Constance Marie Higgins 
June 5 Albert Wm. Shea 

Ursola Vardard 
June 5 Walter Jones Cleary 

Olgar Frances Michelsen 
June 5 John James Patrick 

Janice Lucille Streeter 
June 5 Anthony James Samo 

Doris Elva Wenham 
June 5 Rudolph Nordstrom 

Vyda Maurine Be Saw 
June 5 Charles Archie Stone 

Alice Evelyn Coan 
June 5 James Alexander Homan 

Leona Pearl Fov»?ler 
June 5 Harold Lorain Jordan 

Violet Mae Tizzard 



Ages 



Residences 



32 Norwood, Mass. 

25 Quincy, Mass. 

32 Baltimore, Md. 

37 Baltimore, Md. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 

19 Dorchester, Mass. 

21 Portsmouth, N. H. 

18 Portsmouth, N. H. 

21 Lynn, Mass. 
18 Salem, Mass. 

30 Gloucester, Mass. 

25 Gloucester, Mass. 

22 Lynn, Mass. 

18 Lynn, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 

23 Roslindale, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 

23 Dorchester, Mass. 

26 Hampton, N. H. 

21 /Salisbury, Mass. 
42 Portland, Me. 

48 Jacksonville, Fla. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 

19 Boston, Mass. 

37 Cambridge, Mslss. 

30 Somerville, Mass. 

22 Auburn, Me. 

19 Auburn, Me. 

25 Norway, Me. 

26 Fort Fairfield, Me. 

21 Gloucester, Mass. 
IS Gloucester, Mass. 

22 Quincy, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 

26 Lowell, Ma,ss. 

19 Orange, Mass. 

25 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

21 Brookline, Mass. 

18 Brookline, Mass. 

35 Brockton, Mass. 

26 Stoughton, Mass. 

20 Seabrook, N. H. 
17 Seabrook, N. H. 
28 Lynn, Mass. 

23 Nahant, Mass. 



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Date Names 

June 6 Robert Meyer Romanow 

Lillian Libby Linde 
June 6 Theodore Parker Burbank 

Audrey deBeauvoir Nelson 
June 6 Lester Sydney Spitzer 

Ruth Inez Poorvu 
June 8 Robert Bourne Monroe 

Agnes Marguerite Thomas 
June 9 Wilbur Arthur Stearns, Jr. 

Mary Elizabeth Royce 
June 10 John Joseph Sullivan 

Ella Mackie 
June 10 Frederick Miller 

Barbara Nickerson 
June 10 Jeremiah James Sheehy 

Marjorie Anne O'Malley 
June 11 Charles Albert Clement 

Priscilla Mae Riddell 
June 12 Wilkes Dawson 

Louise Currier 
June 12 Frank George Cirnna 

Sandy Pauline Papalardo 
June 12 Thomas William Asdot 

Grace Katherine Coughlin 
June 12 Robert Edward Wilson 

Alice Mary Da^wson 
June 12 Philip John Doherty 

Margaret May Bagley 
June 12 Israel Lewis Sherman 

Selma Ruth Gilman 
June 12 Arthur Lindsey Brackett 

Jane West Phippen 
June 12 Harry Nichols Wyman, Jr. 

Barbara Maxine Leary 
June 13 Richard Charles Tibbetts 

May Dorothea Ritchie 
June 13 V/alter Robert Graham 

Barbara Hazel Kingiman 
June 13 Jacob Hirsch Kaiser 

Edna Louise Hassebrack 
June 15 Harold Alston Lockwood 

Hildur Peterson 
June 15 Harry Mentle Miller 

Marion Gwendolyn Wilson 
June 16 Joseph Wm. Marshall 

Mary Eertina Miller 



Ages 



Residences 



30 Dorchester, Mass. 

28 Lynn, Mass. 
26 Boston, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

26 Brookiine, Mass. 

22 Newton, Mass. 
35 Hartford, Conn. 
40 Hartford, Conn. 

21 Everett, Mass. 

20 Medford, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

24 Boston, Mass. 

27 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

25 Providence, R. I. 

24 Milton, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 

23 Swanzey, N. H. 

21 Keene, N. H. 

29 Newbury port, Mass. 

25 Amesbury, Mass. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass. 
27 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

27 Newton, Mass. 

24 Waban, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mass, 

21 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

22 Roxbury, Mass. 
20 Winthrop, Mass. 

20 Marblehead, Mass. 

19 Marblehead. Mass. 
22 Kittery, Me. 

18 Kittery, Me. 

21 Wollaston, Mass. 

20 Wollaston, Mass. 

21 Haverhill, Mass. 
18 Haverhill, Mass. 

43 Center Newton, Mass. 

47 Newton, Mass. 

43 Lakeville, Mass. 

27 Raynham, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

21 Billerica, Mass. 

20 Billerica, Mass. 



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Date Names Ages 

June 16 William Frederick Mills 

Genevieve True Stearns 
May 16 Charles Conrad Church 

Ellen Morris Quinlan 
June 16 John Warren Bolger 

Zelma Roy- 
June 16 Charles A. Sweeney 

Hilda M. Stone 
June 17 Eugene Edward Curley 

Pauline Alice Yeaton 
June 18 Edmund Edward Keenaxu 

Anna Lillian Theg 
June 18 Richard Charles Rau 

Virginia Cecelia Moriarty 
June 19 Arne William Biedila 

Elsie Franzen 
June 19 Arthur Marshall Dunbar 

Blanche Josephine Kaiser 
June 19 John Joseph Hyland 

Carol Thompson 
June 19 Placido Edward Ferretti 

Eileen Frances Fh/nn 
June 20 George Henry Stearns 

Lillian Frances Haiison 
June 20 Geo. Walter Dion 

Eleanore Guarino 
June 21 Bennie Royal Elaymond 

Betty Elizabeth Mumbaur 
June 21 Eugene Albert Sztucinski 

Winona Virginia Grant 
June 21 William Peter Simpson 

Vera Irene Cummings 
June 22 Francis Edw. A. Donoghue 

Evelyn Claire Bernard 
June 22 John Edward Hofier 

Julia Barbara Grant 
June 23 John Joseph Hyland 

Carol Thompson 
June 24 Jacob Ernest Peacock 

Grace Miranda Guy 
June 25 Gordon Ovenston Dunbrack 

Ruth Luella MacGowan 
June 25 James Michael Collins 

Arline Dorothy Davis 
June 25 Samuel Stanley Pratt 

Rachel Poole Davis 



P^esidences 

21 New York, N. Y. 

18 New York, N. Y. 

30 Boston, Mass. 
26 Needham, Mass. 
26 Medford, Mass. 

20 Saugus, Mass. 
50 Boston, Mass. 

49 Boston, Mass. 

24 Arlington, Mass. 

18 Arlington, Mass. 

31 No. Miami Beach, Fla. 

29 New York, N. Y. 

26 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

32 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

30 Worcester, Mass. 

21 Worcester, Mass. 

50 Brighton, Mass. 

29 Dorchester, Mass. 
28 Newton, Mass, 

22 Gardner, P«Iass. 

23 Boston, Mass. 

23 Boston, Mass. 

27 Randolph, Mass. 

20 Dorchester, Mass. 
22 Salem, Mass. 

27 Beverly, Mass. 
35 Lynn, Ma,?s. 
26 Lynn, Ma;:s. 

25 Reading, Mass. 

21 Reading, Mass. 
21 Manchester, N. PI. 

19 Quincy, Ma£S. 

21 Lov/ell, Mass. 

22 Lowell, Mass. 

24 Gloucester, Mass. 

20 Gloucester, Mass. 

28 Newton, Mass. 
22 Gardner, Mass. 
41 Altha, Florida 
44 Salisbury, Mass. 

34 Waltham, Mass. 

21 Newtonville, Mass. 
20 Brighton, Mass. 
20 Roxbury, Mass. 

35 Cohasset, Mass. 

30 Boston. Mass. 



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Date 
June 26 



Names 



Mario Roscoe Davis 31 

Sara May Sanborn 24 

June 26 John Vincent Brausley 43 

Ida Augusta Lawson 43 

June 26 Hermas Herman Michaud 42 

Margaret Lavinia McAloney 28 
In Hampton, N. H. 

June 26 Bartlett J. La Valley 22 

Evelyn Frances Akers 17 

June 26 Rocci Papaleo 21 

Ruth Louise Adams 19 

June 27 Everett Clayton Adams 23 

Eleanor Elizabeth Sullivan 20 
In Kensington, N. H. 

June 27 Albert Robert Ouelette 20 

Adda Irene Garratt 18 

June 27 Patrick Joseph Powers 21 

Eileen Rita Norcott 19 

June 28 Nelsoii Wallace Smith 33 

Doris Mina Chalmers 31 

June 29 Anthony Cedrone 22 

Mary Frances Sullivan 22 

June 29 Benjamin Bronfman 23 

Helen Isabel Gilfix 24 
In Hampton, N. H. 

June 30 Arthur Blumberg 21 

A. Jean Watson 22 

July 1 James Howard Hatten 25 

Catherine Annette Flecca 21 

July 1 George Kublin 22 

Boris Frances Smargon 22' 

July 2 Harry Clyde Ross 55 

Harriet Myria Phillips 50 

July 2 JeremJah Chase Pike 21 

Hetty Christine Farnsworth 22 

July 2 John Francis Dwyer 28 

Emma Flora Giggi 23 

July 3 Frank Joseph Sanella 21 

Dorothy Evelyn Vine 18 

July 3 Harold Ralph Fhnt 42 

Edith Evangeline Crowell 40 

July 3 Blaine Edmund McLaughlin 24 

Mildred Helen P. MacArthur 24 

July 3 Harold Fred Ward 36 

Mildred Gavett Hoxie 39 

July 3 Kenneth Edv/ard Brown 21 

Althea May Merrill 18 



Ages Residences 

Berlin, N. H. 
Berlin, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Stratford, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 
Waverly, Mass. 

Amesbury, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Sioughton, Mass. 
Stoughton, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
Newtom, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 

West Roxbury, Mass. 
Alattapan, Mass. 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Utica, N. Y. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Barrington, R. I. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Winona, Minn. 
Boston, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass, 



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Date 



Names 



July 3 Edward Herbert Moran 

Viola Frances Smith 
July 3 Raymond Joseph Perrault 

Alberta Bartlett Lawler 
July 3 Walter John Murphy 

Annie May Danico 
July 3 Herbert Joseph Silveira 

Elsie Lucille Silva 
July 3 Henry Leander Williams 

Pauline Lillian Sherman 
July 3 Walter Godlewski 

Alice Gertrude Crozman 
July 4 John Joseph Tully 

Theresa Anne Duratte 
July 4 Bernard Buckman 

Freida AnapoLsky 
July 4 Nowal Kitchener Barkhouse 

Muriel Alice Field 
July 4 Robert Baxter 

Bertha Henrietta Heidke 
July 5 Sam Goldman 

Ethelyn Ruth Berenson 
July 6 George Revere 

Eugenia Anne Tuzin 
July 7 Joseph DiBona 

Jean Mary Scola 
July 7 Harold Joseph O'Brien 

Dorothea Mary Sousa 
July 8 David Lewis Lanchester 

Florence Annie MacKinnon 
July 9 George Hector Lambert 

Marion Vivian Martin. 
July 10 Leonard Henry Tremblay 

Diana Cecile Poussard 
July 10 Peter Edmund Halfpenny 

Crella Cecelia Hartford 
July 10 James Danforth Blood 

Janet Nelson 
July 10 Edv/ard Webster Newton 

Mary Louise DeCotis 
July 10 George Edward Panton 

Marjorie Florence DriscoU 
July 10 Arthur B. Lawson 

Floy Pearson LeGrow 
In Hampton, N. H. 
July 10 "Wayne Bradley Nedeham 

Ruth Eleanore Somers 



Ages Residences 

27 Randolph, Mass. 

27 Dorchester, Mass. 

25 Gardner, Mass. 

27 Gardicer, Mass. 

25 Boston, Mass. 

27 Boston, Mass. 
20 Cambridge, Mass. 
18 Somerville, Mass. 

24 Hyannis, Mass. 

20 Cambridge, Mass. 

21 Lynn, Ma£:s. 

18 Lynn, Mass. 

28 Salem, Mass. 

29 Salem, Mass. 
34 Albany, N. Y. 
31 Dorchester, Mass. 

20 Gloucester, Mass. 

19 Porter, Me. 
36 Hyde Park, Mass. 
28 Jam.aica Plain, Mass. 
28 New Haven, Conn. 

26 New York, N. Y. 

20 Exeter, N. H. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

25 Brighton, Mass. 
19 Everett, Mass. 

22 Hull, Mass. 

18 Hull, Mass. 
38 Brookline, Mass. 

23 Brookline, Mass. 

24 Boston, Mass. 

19 Everett, Mass. 
22 Salem, Mass. 

21 Salem, Mass. 
36 Dorchester, Mass. 

22 Auburn, Me. 

27 Lynn, Mass. 
21 Beverly, Mass. 
40 Brookline, Mass. 
36 Brookline, Mass. 
21 Boston, Mass. 

20 Hyde Park, Mass. 
51 Falmouth, Me. 
46 Falmouth, Me. 



25 Salisbury, Mass. 
22 Salisbury, Mass. 



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Date 



Names 



Ages 



Residences 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
•July 
•July 
■July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



10 



Peter Alfred Fortin 
Marie Annette LeBlanc 
Michael Charles DiGregorio 
Augustine Billante 
George Christos Tsouklaris 
Helen Frances Lynch 
Donald Francis Mahoney 
Lucy Agnes Benoit 
Edward Johnson Chaples 
Irma Sartori 

Frederick Joseph Campbell 
Gertrude Amelia Salchert 
Frederick Laurence Berry 
Isabel Marie Johnson 
Alward Milliken McKinna 
Mary Elizabeth Brunton 
Norman Ray Boeker 
Grace Publicover 
Andrew John Baldasare 
Margaret Teresa Villari 
William James Ohrenberger 
Marguerite Jean Lawler 
Sidney Harold Fox 
Celia Fox 

Lauchlin Joseph MacLeod 
Catherine Ada Lawson 
Roy Anthony Woods 
Evelyn G. Archambault 
Sherman Stanley Marable 
Eunice Vivian Jones 

In Concord, N. H. 

June 16 Arthur Keith Gilholm 
Jessie Mabel MacLeod 
Charles Herbert Parsons 
Geneva May Dockham 
Albert Samuel Hartman 
Eva Peltz 

Walter Elmer Sturgis 
Marie Helene Kyanka 
Spurgeon Cecil Watson 
Mina May Higgins 
Francis Joseph Lord 
Mary Jane Noonam 
Timothy Michael Sullivan 
Cecelia May Egan 
Louis Maurice Fierlefyn 
Anna Matilda Bibber 



10 



10 



11 



11 



12 



13 



13 



13 



14 



14 



15 



15 



16 



July 16 



July 17 

July 17 

July 17 

July 17 



July 
July 



17 



17 



July 17 



21 Lynn, Mass. 

18 Lynn, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

20 Boston, Mass. 

22 Peabody, Mass. 

21 Chelsea, Mass. 

21 Cambridge, Mass. 

19 Cambridge, Mass. 
32 Everett, Mass. 

31 Everett, Mass. 

45 West Newtowi, Mass. 

29 West Newton, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 

23 Everett, Mass. 
29 Everett, Mass. 

24 Dedham, Mass. 
34 Boston, Mass. 

32 Boston, Mass. 
21 Roxbury, Mass. 

18 Roxbury, Mass. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 

19 Dorchester, Mass. 

22 Roxbury, Mass. 

20 Chelsea, Mass. 

32 Charlestown, Mass. 

28 Charlestown, Mass. 

21 Groveland, Mass. 
19 Haverhill, Mass. 

21 Nashville, Tenn. 

19 New York, N. Y. 

27 Mattapan, Mass. 

27 Milton, Mass. 

26 York, Me. 

24 North Berwick, Me. 

25 Nashua, N. H. 

23 Brooklyn, N. Y. 

22 Salisbury, Mass. 

20 Newbui-yport, Mass. 
38 Boston, Mass. 

27 Boston, Mass. 
25 Newark, N. J. 
22 Newark, N. J. 

20 Dorchester, Mass. 

19 East Miltom, Mass. 

52 Boston, Mass. 

47 Boston, Mass. 



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Date 
July 18 



Names 



Ages 



Residences 



John Frances Welch 
Marion Edna Johnson 
Feb. 18 John Arthur Hare 

Harriet Nelson Walker 
July 19 Samuel Goldie 

Gertrude Marion Loring 
July 20 Antonio Anzalone 

Carmela Mildred Nazzaro 
July 21 Rosario Aiphert Campo 

Anna Mary Shehab 
July 21 John Patrick DiAngelus 

Josephine Barbara Pizzuts 
July 21 Frank Henry Dunn 

Annette Elizabeth Brine 
July 21 Robert Walter Sparkes 

Helen Mary Newbegin 
July 22 Robert Edward Vogel 

Josephine Muriel Hirtle 
July 22 Wilfred Ernst Benoit 

Martha Hassis 
July 22 Kenneth Albert Bishop 

Reta May Joyce 
July 22 Bernard Leon Robbins 

Virginia Louise Thompson 
July 22 Richard Ames Moreland 

Anne Frances Pierce 
July 23 Angelo Patrick Maretti 

Lillian Elizabeth Carmody 
July 23 Arthur Stanley Chessman 

Marguerite Ann Kavanaugh 
July 23 Albert Lewis Mabbett 

Emma Ethel Mapother 
In Hampton Falls, N. H. 
July 24 Harry Dexter Freeman 

Mabelle Schnare 
July 25 John Joseph Sacovitch 

Dorothy Marion Lynch 
July 28 Henry Nelson Seyins 

Berna Josephine Cedergren 
July 28 Felix Baluszaitis 

Beatrice C. Olsen 
July 28 Joseph Thomas Keefe 

Muriel Coleman Coffey 
July 29 William Semple 

Vivi Helen Denslow 
July 30 Robert Edward Jordan 

Edith Marion Temple 



21 Braintree, Mass, 
18 Braintree, Mass. 

35 Salem, Mass. 

27 Lynn, Mass. 

38 Winthrop, Mass. 

40 Winthrop, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

18 Boston, Mass. 

21 Boston, Mass. 
24 Boston, Mass 

22 Somerville, Mass. 
20 Wakefield, Mass. 

42 Somerville, Mass. 
40 Somerville, Mass. 
26 Lynnfleld, Mass. 
24 Lynnfield, Mass. 
22 Beverly, Mass. 

20 Beverly, Mass. 

22 Auburn, Me. 

19 Auburn, Me. 
24 Revere, Mass. 

23 Revere, Mass. 
33 Boston, Mass. 
30 Boston, Mass. 

28 Cambridge, Mass. 

26 Meciford, Mass. 

36 Dorchester, Mass. 
33 Roxbury, Mass. 

33 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

23 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

47 Hope Valley, R. I. 

44 Hope Valley, R. I. 

37 Kittery, Me. 

27 Melrose, Mass. 
22 Peabody, Mass. 
18 Lynn, Mass. 

33 Derry, N. H. 

43 Salem, N. H. 

21 Boston, Mass. 
18 Boston, Mass. 

33 Melvia; Village, N. H. 

35 Arlington, Mass. 

40 Hoilyv^^ood, Florida 

26 Somerville, Mass. 

32 Grafton, Mass. 

30 Woburn, Mas:;. 



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July 31 
July 31 
July 31 
July 31 
July 31 



Date Names Ages 

July 31 Lester Everett O'Neill 32 

Ann Marie Monahan 22 
In Hampton, N. H. 

July 31 Wallace Charles Hunter 21 

Marjorie Eleanor Jacobs 22 

"William Adolph Dumas 20 

Frances Pearl Higgins 18 

Ralph Leroy Kelley 29 

Mae Madeline Allshouse 23 

Clifford Morecroft 21 

Ernesta Elizabeth Luoni 19 

Elias Pike Collins 26 

Ruth Bistany 24 
Eugene Joseph Sulliva,n, Jr. 21 

Helen Beatrice McGrane 20 

July 31 George Anthony Grubis 22 
Margaret Katherine Maclnnis 21 

July 31 Wallace Everett Potter 24 

Dorothy May Eckland 23 

July 31 Earle Alvin Woodward 37 

Bessie Myrtle Ayles 28 

Aug. 1 Frederick McNeiiley 23 

Dolores Catherine Bastia 19 

Aug. 1 Harry Wilson Frankland 45 

Marion Frances Peterson 35 

Jlug. 1 Matthew Goldberg 20 

Esther Calichman 19 

.Aug. 4 Albert James Mahan 65 

Erigid Mary O'Toole 45 

Aug. 4 Frank Edward Marshall 21 

Dorothy Winnifred Kelly 18 

Aug. 4 Joseph Cornelius Riordan 33 

Gertrude Frances Sullivan 26 

Aug. 4 Charles Franklin Gebow 56 

Florence Irene Hartshorne 46 

Aug. 4 Richard James Guyette 23 

Mary Elizabeth Starr 18 

Aug. 4 Richard Foster Graves 20 

Lois Fagan 19 

Aug. 5 Amilcare Salvricci 28 

Anne Margaret Martin 33 

Aug. 5 Irving Paul Johnson 21 

Bertha Ruth Chernis 18 

Aug. 6 Leo Isadore Alper 23 

Gussie Axelrod 23 

Aug. 7 Minot Mitchell Shaw 21 

Helen Bliss Winslow 18 



Residences 

New York, N. Y. 
,New York, N. Y. 

Weymouth, Mass. 
Weymouth, Mass 
Charlestown, Ma>;s. 
Charlestown, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass . 
Worcester, Mass. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Peabody, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Woburn, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Bostom:, Mass, 
Boston, Mass. 
White Plain, N. Y. 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Brookline, Mass. 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
Belmont, Mass. 
Belmont, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Everett, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Swampscott, Mass, 



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Date Names 

Aug. 7 William Maclntire Elliott 

Kathleen Lillian Leahy 
Aug. 7 Harry Austin Moe 

Yolande Marguerite French 
Aug. 7 Frank Adolph Torvi 

Elener Margaret Wheeler 
Aug. 8 Chester Philip McNabb 

Margaret Theresa Murphy 
Aug. 10 Charles Frank Tedman, Jr. 

Beatrice Frances Whitmore 
Aug. 10 Hartley Nelson Bergstrom 

Blanche Ellen Johnson 
Aug. 10 Albert Fred Chiappini 

Iris Joycelyn Lomhard 
Aug. 10 Karl Chaskes 

Winnifred Carmelia Foster 
Aug. 10 Francis A. Pozzi 

Elvera Mary Muschietta 
Aug. 10 Edward Arthur Hudson 

Mary Robinson Farris 
Aug. 11 Grover Bailey, Jr. 

Frances Buckley 
Aug. 11 Carl Irving tSeagren 

Evelyn Charlotte Pearson 
Aug. 11 Fred Lawrence Vick 

Harriet Mabel Bergonzoni 
Aug. 11 Ralph Joseph Reed 

Mildred Anna LaFlam 
Aug. 11 Edward Otis McCarthy 

Cecelia Gladys Gray 
Aug. 11 Harold Sodnowskj^ 

Minnie Rose Jacobson 
Aug. 11 William Henry Beers 

Bertha FLset Yohannan 
Aug. 12 John Nagle, Jr. 

Myrtle Blanche Chard 
Aug. 12 Joseph Aloysius Flynn 

Winifred Ursula Walsh 
Aug. 12 John George Marchisio 

Mildred Cleaves Stephenson 
Aug. 12 Charles H. Hatch 

June A. Fraize 
Aug. 12 Frank Bennett Sparkes 

Myrtle Dean Horn 
Aug. 12 Paul David Bannon 

Elsie Elizabeth Bruce 



Ages Residences 

21 Cambridge, Mass. 
19 Cambridge, Mass. 
28 Chicago, El. 
32 Manchester, N. H. 

22 Hingham, Mass. 

18 Weymouth., Mass. 
28 Watertovv^n, Mass. 
21 Watertov/n, Mass. 
24 Medford, Mass. 

23 Melrose. Mass. 
21 South Easton, Mass. 

24 Brockton, Mass. 

21 Lynn, Mass. 

19 Lynn, Mass. 

22 Brockton, Mass. 
19 Brockton, Mass. 

27 Philadelphia, Pa. 

24 Revere, Mass. 

23 West Newbury, Mass. 

18 Merrimac, Mass. 

23 Ipswich, Mass. 

19 Swampscott, Mass. 
31 Portland, Me. 

25 North Hollywood. CaL 

22 Los Angeles, Cal. 

24 Can; bridge, Mass. 

23 Gloucester, Mass. 
21 Gloucester, Mass. 
34 Salem, Mass. 

28 Beverly, Mass. 

20 Mai Chester, Mass. 

19 Maiden, Mass. 
53 New York, N. Y. 
36 New York, N. Y. 

29 Lynn, Mass. 

20 Lynn, Mass. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 

19 Fitchburg, Mass. 

30 Haverhill, Mass. 

20 So. Groveland, Mass.. 
23 Wakefield, Mass. 
19 Lynnfield, Mass. 
33 Salem, Mass. 

25 Beverly. Mass. 

21 Ipswich, Mass. 
27 Ipswich, Mass. 



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Date Names 

Aug. 14 Everett Michael Simonson 

Helen May Foster 
Aug. 14 Servell Emanuel Spriggel 

Phyllis Annie Whall 
Aug. 14 LavA'ence Archibald Anderson 

Doris Lucille Shurtleff 
Aug. 14 Allan Willis Spencer 

Hazel Frances Bennay 
Aug. 15 Ralph Morton Barter 

Barbara Caroline Shorey 
Aug. 15 Douglas Hepburn 

Hilda Mabel Carroll 
Aug. 15 Ralphard Winship Hartline 

Mary Alice Hurley 
Aug. 16 Frederick Redmond Davidson 

Vivian Adelaide Mellish 
Aug. 16 Robert Bagiey Letteney 

Audrey Alberta Putnam 
Aug. 17 John Fielding Fiske 

Clarissa Josephine McDonald 
Aug. 18 Robert Bell MacKenzie 

Cecelia Mae Richardson 
Aug. 18 Alfred Joseph Lundgren 

Florence Gertrude Ruhl 
Aug. 18 John James McLean 

Alice Marie CojTnan 
Aug. 19 Clifton Orion Thayer 

Marion Peabody Williams 
Aug. 20 Mack Mendel Bellin. 

Sophie Zides 
Aug. 20 Lawrence James Hacking, Jr. 

Helen Lewis Rawlings 
Aug. 20 Charles Ehrhck 

Emily Gamble Scattergood 
Aug. 20 Frank Lawrence Bonnetti 

Anna Mary Tominsky 
Aug. 20 John Howard Battle 

Iris Fern Drew 
Aug. 21 Acel Malcolm Workman 

Dorothy Elizabeth Robinson 
Aug. 21 John Edward Pietroski 

Mary Florence Pye 
Aug. 21 Theodore Rudolph Leaf, Jr. 

Arline Jacquelyn Cole 
Aug. 21 Chester Sylvester Thomas 

Sadie Elizabeth Mason 



Ages Residences 

21 Everett, Mass. 

18 Revere, Mass. 

29 Monroe Falls, Ohio 
28 Jamaica Plain. Mass. 
36 Nev/ton, Mass. 

33 Holliston, Me. 

36 Medford, Mass. 
35 Medford, Mass. 

20 Por.la^^d IX'e. 

19 Portland, Me. 

24 Erookli-''P, T^IafS. 
19 Woburn, Mass. 
28 Boston, Mi-i.ss. 
23 Boston, Mass. 

25 Ercokline, Mass. 
27 Roxbury, Mass. 
27 Pitt^tcn, Me. 

21 Pittst'^n, Me. 
25 Bo.^ion, Ma^s. 

21 Boston. Mass 
50 Arlington, Mass. 
43 Milo, Me. 
25 Medford, Mass. 

22 Mec'ford Mass. 
22 Boston, Mass. 
19 Boston, Mass. 

34 MiltOiii, Mass. 
34 Mil'io^r/, Ma.<?. 

25 Dorchester, Mass. 

26 Malder, Mass. 
21 New Bedford, Mass. 

18 New Bedford, Mass. 
38 Philadelphia, Pa. 

37 Philadelphia, Pa. 

25 Milford, Mass. 

21 Milford, Moss. 

26 Quipcy, Mass. 

19 Boston, Ma<^s. 
25 Woice-,ter, Mass. 

27 Worcester, Mass. 

25 Bostop, Jla^s. 

26 Roxbury, ]V:as\. 

22 WalT-ham, Mass. 

23 iMalden, M&^s. 

27 New bu^TPO^'t, Mass. 

30 Nev/buryport, Mass. 



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Date Names Ages 

Aug. 21 Wilho August Lahti 24 

Mildred Louise Levering 23 

Aug. 21 Ralph Eugene Cornish 25 

Alice Irene O'Connell 26 

Aug. 21 Charles George May 25 

Rita Jean Convery 23 

Aug. 22 Joseph A. MacEnaney 41 

Marioin C. Cunningham 35 

Aug. 22 Kenneth Edward Nichols 27 

Ursula Virginia Harris 20 

Aug. 23 Clifford Caswell Colley 21 

Marguerite Bezanson 19 

Aug. 24 Walter Edward Fullerton 24 

Helen May Pepper 28 

Aug. 24 "Walter Frederick Hersey 23 

Marion Gertrude Grinnell 22 

Aug. 25 George Larson Gould 28 

Isabel Louise V/hite 21 

Aug. 25 John Joseph Pastula 23 

Corrine Helen Kearns 19 

Aug. 26 Joseph John McCullough 23 

Rayna Frances Edwards IS 

Aug. 26 Theodore Alvar Haapola 24 

Ellen Helni Taival 22 

Aug. 26 Arthur Isaac Lacoy 42 

Mary Connelly 41 

Aug. 26 Edward Joseph DeMeule 31 

Mary Agnes Gaynor 20 

Aug. 26 Raymond Albert Nims 24 

Mary Sobutka 24 

Aug. 26 Kenneth W. Houseman 24 

Edna A. Fallon 21 

Aug. 26 Emery Bailey Hooper 25 

Alice Morse Chesley 19 

Aug. 27 Philip Baldwin Skerrye 38 

Elsie Rowe Staley 26 

Aug. 28 George Boyd Roche 27 

Catherine Rita Gauthier 20 
In Portsmouth, N. H. 

Aug. 28 William Mason Fuller 57 

Marguerite Mae McConiskey 31 

Aug. 28 Harold Leroy Lothrop 41 

Marion Laura Hamilton 45 

Aug. 28 James Charles Paputseanos 24 

Stella Marie Weislik 21 



Residences 

Quincy, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Grafton, Mass. 
Jeff.-r '.on, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mas?. 
Gloac^~t''^r, Mass. 
Boston Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Lyi-n, Mas . 
Middleton, Mass. 
Derry, N. H. 
Deiry, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Tiv-:n-ton, R. I 
Boston, M0,'-s. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Newport, R. I. 
Boston, M£'.ss. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
V7orces'"or, Mass. 
Maynrird, Maps. 
Dorchesier, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
BevvrV, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Peabody, Mass. 
Metnu.e>^, Mass. 
Lawrence, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Maibleh-ad INIass. 
Swa.npscott, Mass. 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Wellesley, Mass. 

Meaford, Mass. 
Me.'.iford, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Cambridge, Myss. 
Boston, Ma.ss. 



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65 



Date 



Names 



In Hampton, N. H. 

Aug. 28 Louis Edward Peterson 

Helena Fay Daggett 
Aug. 28 Lawrence Cincotta 

Vera Evelyn Meserve 
Aug. 29 Ralph Walter Cobb 

Mildred Theresa Reid 
Aug. 29 Elwood Joseph Campbell 

Olive Isora Watton 
Aug. 29 Harris Jofife 

Ruth Ilene Oransky 
Aug. 29 James Aloysius O'Leary 

Phyllis Katherine Sullivan 
Aug. 29 Robert Albert Jacques, Jr. 

Edna Carolyn Clifford 
Aug. 30 John Alexander MacFadyn 

Helen Beatrice Fyfe 
Aug. 31 Albert Israel Cohen 

Lucy Craft 
Sept. 1 Charles Parfumorse 

Ethel Elizabeth Banks 
Sept. 1 Samuel John Marquand 

Anna L. Corrao 
Sept. 1 Wilbur Winthrop Knowles 

Evelyn Maria Higgins 
Sept. 2 Arthur Edward Gately 

Harriet Arline Wilson 
Sept. 3 Howard Clarence Porter 

Mertice Angela Matthews 
Sept. 3 Stephen. Francis Gardella 

Barbara Cook 
Sept. 3 Alfred Howard Bitzer 

Mildred Mary Joyce 
Married in Salem, N. H. 
Sept. 3 Richard Franklin Morrill 

Irene Genevieve Landry 
4 Mies Gustav Pierre 

Marjorie Smith 
4 Robert Baxter Ti'ue 

Dorothy Leavitt Janvrin 
4 Herbert Raymond Dunn 

Geraldine Hope Morton 
4 Leonard William Dobson 

Elizabeth Moultoni Johnson 
4 Charles Nathan Hamberg 

Valborg Marie Gustafson 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Ages Residences 

39 Saugus, Mass. 

29 Cumberland Center, Me. 

40 Lincoln, Me. 
42 Richmond, Me. 

20 Boston, Mass. 
18 Boston, Mass. 

36 Portland, Me. 
31 Portland, Me. 
26 Boston, Mass. 
23 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston:, Mass. 

21 Dorchester, Mass. 
21 Dorchester, Mass. 
20 Boston, Mass. 

20 Lowell, Mass. 

18 Lowell, Mass. 

37 Boston, Mass. 
34 Boston, Mass. 

30 Boston, Mass. 

26 Boston, Mass. 

20 Chelsea, Mass. 

18 Boston, Mass. 

21 Salem, Mass. 

19 Peabcdy, Mass. 

23 Dorchester, Mass. 

20 Millord, Mass. 

41 Sharon, Mass. 

34 Ellenburgh, N. Y. 

31 Newburg, N. Y. 

27 Flushing L. I., N. Y. 

21 Arlington, Mass. 
20 Arlington, Mass. 

25 Littleton, N. H. 

29 Salem, Mass. 

28 Norwood, Mass, 

22 Somerville, Mass. 

23 Fremont, N. H. 
23 Seabrook, N. H. 

22 West Newbury, Mass. 

19 Boston, Mass. 

19 .Seabrook, N. H. 

18 Newbur^/port, Mass. 

33 Foxboro, P>/Iass. 

28 Brookline, Mass. 



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Date Names 

Sept. 4 John Joseph Laverd 

Nina Ethel McCourtie 

Sept. 5 Turner Ashley Miller 

Gertrude Melbourne Taylor 

Sept. 7 Randolph Glover 

Grace Margaret Hall 
Sept. 7 John P. Cushman 

Frances M. Thibdeau 
Sept. 9 Russell V/iiliam Thompson 

Maxine Frances Dyer 
Sept. 9 Richard Forristall Sewall 

Margaret Tully Hollywood 
Sept. 10 Edward Francis Page 

Margaret Mary Reid 
Sept. 10 Adam Pagano 

Jennie Mary Carided 
Sept. 11 John Domniic Urbanus 

Anna Elizabeth Sanda 
Sept. 11 Bernest John Dunkling 

Jennie C. B. C. Dunkling 
Sept. 11 Charles Atherton Gleason, Jr. 

Virginia Patricia Roe 
Sept. 13 Barrie G. Sullivan 

Maria Saloris 
Sept. 13 Dominic John Spinale 

Lucienne Yvonne Blanchard 
Sept. 14 Don Battle McLenon 

Edith Tucker Lombard 
Sept. 15 Gerald Joseph Byrnes 

Helen Marion Vartanian 
Sept. 15 William John Dowling 

Harriet Davis Neild 
Hampton, N. H. 
Sept. 15 Harold Irving Minty 

Helen Celia Look 
Sept. 16 Robert Francis Garland 

Ola Mentora White 
Sept. 17 Ernest William McNabb, Jr. 

Edna Mae Price 
Sept. 18 Seraphine Frontierro 

Marion Ada Strauss 
Sept. 18 Victor Adolphus David 

Florence Eva Chartier 
Sept. 18 Everett Francis Snow 

Helen Blanche Szalkowski 



Ages Residences 

24 Nahant, Mass. 

18 Watertown, Mass. 
39 Richmond, Va. 

38 Richmond, Va. 

39 Fitchburg, Mass. 
37 Worcester, Mass. 
34 Lynn, Mass. 
36 Saugus, Mass. 

23 San Francisco, Cal. 
21 Waltham, Mass. 

24 Baltimore, Pvld. 

30 Wiiliamsviiie, N. Y. 
23 V/ilmington, Mass. 

21 Tewksbury, Mass. 

23 Somerville, Mass. 

19 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

20 Boston, Mass. 

51 Plainfield, Vt. 
49 Haverhill, Mass. 

31 Boston, Mass. 

24 Boston, Mass. 

28 Quincy, Mass. 
24 Quincy, Mass. 
24 Boston, Mass. 
20 Boston, Mass. 
24 Port Ogden, Florida 

29 Kittery, Me. 
22 Gloucester, Mass. 
18 Gloucester, Mass. 

52 Boston, Ma^s. 
42 Boston, Mass. 

22 Watertov/ri', Mass. 

23 E. Machias, Me. 
71 Billerica, Mass. 
52 Billerica, Mass. 
29 Watertov/n, Mass. 
22 Cambridge, Mass. 
22 Crloucester, Mass. 

18 Boston, Mass. 
20 Haverhill, Mass. 

19 Haverhill, Mass. 
22 Lynn, Mass. 
19 Danvers, Mass. 



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67 



Date 



Names 



Sept. 18 James Stataliis 

Pauline Claire Gianopoulos 
Sept. 19 Frank Esposito 

Angela Evelyn Bisceglia 
In Hampton., N. H. 
Sept. 20 David Russell demons 

Esther- Ranstedt 
Sept. 22 George Franklin Fowler 

Alberta Louisa Knapp 
Sept. 23 Michael Celata, Jr. 

Julia Anne Hermandinger 
Sept. 23 Raymond Artiiur Remick 

June Daronda Brackett 
Sept. 24 Richard Henry V/illard 

Annie Florence Strom 
Sept. 24 Paul Edward Claucon 

Eleanor Margaret Stots 
Sept. 25 Roy Edward Weeden 

Senia Susanna Wainionpaa 
Sept. 28 John Gallo 

Michaelina Recupero 
Sept. 27 John Wm. Saul 

Dorothy Frances Mullen 
Sept. 27 Patrick Joseph Joyce 

Alice Margaret Wright 
Sept. 27 Dclphus Cehen 

Murial Blanche Chipman 
Sept. 29 Gino Daniel Rurcitti 

Adeline Clara Falluchi 
Oct. 1 Joseph Roy Oliver 

Eleanor A. Grade 
Oct. 1 Raymond Isadore Menard 

Maria Yvonne Forcier 
Oct. 1 V/illiami Dennis Ryan 

Catherine Margaret Suhoskey 
Oct. 2 Theodore Wilfred LeBlanc 

Sadie Robbins MacXenzie 
Oct. 2 Robert James Britcliffe 

Ruth Louise Diaett 
Oct. 2 Albert Dworetsky 

Helen Belle Cushner 
Oct. 2 Carlton St. Croix Beyer 

Roberta Louis Ham 
Oct. 3 Joseph Earle Kelley 

Christine Grace Selvage 
Oct. 3 Robert Arthur Larkin, Jr. 

Mary Zaharrias 



Ages Residences 

23 Lynn, Mass. 

18 Lynn, Mass. 

23 Shrewsbiuy, Mass. 
20 Worcester, Mass. 

24 Salisbury, Mass. 

29 Salisbury, Mass. 

20 Seabrook, N. H. 

19 Amesbury, Mass. 

25 Medfc-d, ?vlas.3. 

19 Somerville, Mass. 

21 West Nevvtoii, Mass. 

20 Monhegan Is., Me. 

30 Milto-:;, Mass. 
20 Mattapan, Mass. 

22 Eostcn, Mass. 

20 Boston, Mass. 
28 Quincy, Mass. 
25 Quincy, IVIass. 
24 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 
r3 Charlestown, Mass. 

21 Charlestown, Mass. 
41 Eeverly, Mass. 
28 Hamilton, Mass. 
28 Ecxbury, Mass. 

23 Roxbury, Mass. 
23 Miiiord, Mass. 

19 Bv; a nips colt, Mass. 
23 Gloucester, Mass. 
18 Gloucester, Mass. 

22 Woonsockot, R. I. 
32 Wconsrocket, R. I. 
L2 Kittery, Me. 
34 Philadelphia, Pa. 

31 Waltham, Mass. 

23 Chatham, Mass. 

22 Provideirce, R. I. 
27 Providence, R. I. 

23 Dorchester, Mass. 

20 Fioxbury, Mass. 
23 Eoston, Mass. 
18 Boston, Mass. 
22 Eoston, Mass. 
a 8 Boston, Mass. 

21 Cambridge, Mass. 
Id Boston, Mass. 



TOWN REPORT 



Date 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



NaniG/i 



Agez 



10 



10 



10 



10 



10 



12 



12 



13 



15 



Raymond Bruce MacDoiigall 24 

Gloria Costa 21 

Wm. Patterson DufQeld 58 

Julia Belle Keating 52 

Anthony Francis Kent 23 

Florence Elizabeth Vaughn 27 

Edward F. Parthurn, Jr. 24 

Helen Darwin Clark 22 

Harold Chester Morgan, Jr. 29 

Elizabeth Agnes Duerden 22 

Vincent Ivlodestino Acome 24 

Marion Temple Goldthwaite 22 

Lewis Henry McChesney 58 

Mary Gertrude Coyne so 

Ivan Leroy Wingood 22 

Doris Winifred Aikens is 

Leonard Szaihmary 22 

Mildred Stein 13 

William Bernard Shine 24 

Gertrude Eleanor Sias 20 

Nicholas McCarthy 31 

Lena Anna Serrapica is 

.Ralph Augustus Ryder 32 

Rosella Evelyn Ruest 22 

Bertrand Eniile Fournier 3,3 
Gertrude Ockington Whitney 29 

Frank Lacortiglia 2I 

Gertrude Marie Hancock 19 

Leonard Irvh^g Randall 21 

Caroline Ruth Downs is 

Robert James Gillespie 20 

Lois Helene Olsen 13 

Edward Charles Rooney 22 

Mary App 18 

John Francis Kissinger 20 

Mary Elizabeth Sullivan 19 

William James Holland 54 

Mae Gertrude Shaw 49 

James John Thomas 21 

Ethel Mildred Smith 18 

Dominic Raphanella 25 

Marie DiMaino 21 

Timothy Wesley Williams 26 

Marjorie Evangeline Kraft 20 

Nelson Joseph Trongteau 31 

Marion Rita' Melanson 24 



Residences 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
.uynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Springfield, Mass. 
High Spriings, Florida 
Lav/rence, Mass. 
iiav.rerce, Mass. 
Danvers, "\iass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
E. Milton, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Brunswick, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Nevburjrport, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
V^/'ollaston, Mass. 
vnimington. Mass. 
Wobiirn', Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Sudbury, Mass. 
Sudbury, Mass. 
Norwood, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Revere, Majss. 
WcAinouth, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 



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69 



Date Names Ages 

Oct. 16 Gardner Barker Tipert 20 

Alice Dorothy Mullarkey 22 

Oct. 16 Frank Elroy Curtis 22 

Mary Sophie Sanda 18 

Oct. 16 Robert Richard King 20 

Phyllis Rebecca Steele 19 

Oct. 16 George Bagagiio 29 

Dorothy Anon Dagg 23 

Oct. 16 Raymond Stanley Lawson 27 

Evelyn Patricia Johnson 25 

Oct. 16 Nicholas Belmonte 20 

Helen Kavalis 18 

Oct. 16 Rudolph Irwin Poor 32 

Gertrude Cooper Brennesthul 32 

Oct. 16 Leslie Leon Brov/n 48 

Dorothy Louise Cummings 21 

Oct. 17 Charles Francis Jameson 32 

Arlene Frances GriiRn 27 

Oct. 17 Laurence Mills Rolfe 25 

Winifred Margaret Mason 25 

Oct. 17 George Newton Yeo 24 

Phillippa MacDonald 19 

Oct. 17 Oscar Lauri Dorr 23 

Eunice Hewes Wilbur 22 

Oct. 19 George Oscar Kiander 37 

Anna Gertrude Currie 32 

Oct. 19 Leslie Maurice Phillips 27 

Doris May Condon 20 

Oct. 20 Herbert Cyrus Peterson 50 

Margaret Taylor 48 

Oct. 21 Leo Trawinski 31 

Mary J. Ryan 30 

Oct. 21 John William Shepard 42 

Eileen Frances Westlake 28 

Oct. 22 James Graham Roberts 31 

Blanche Arlene Marshall 21 

Oct. 22 Gervase Vincent Stanley 40 

Ida Olivia Quinn 35 

Oct. 23 William Joseph Francis, Jr. 21 

Edith Evelyn Look 19 

Oct. 23 Thomas Henry Bemis 32 

Marion Hazel Cobb -6 

Oct. 23 George Aloysius O'Brien --''-^ 

Dorothy May Ineson 21 

Oct. 24 Levi DeSantis 26 

Elizabeth Pocaro 24 



Residences 

Danvers, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Msss. 
Danvers, Mass. 
Middleton, Mass. 
iMilford, Mass. 
Natick, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass 
Revere, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Medford, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Rioslindale, Mass. 
Sornerville, Mass. 
PTallovvell, Me. 
Kaliovvell, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Sharon, Mass. 
iSharon, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Nev/tauryport, Mass. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Bos con, Mass. 
iRoxbury, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Wakefield, Mars. 
Upton, Mass. 
Hopednle, Mass. 
V/8st Nev/ton, Mass. 
Kittery, Me. 
Methuen, Mass, 
Lawrence, Mass. 
I^-ialdC'.-, Mass. 
Hveiett, Mass. 



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Date Names 

Oct. 25 Charles Hall Allea 

Helen Florence Sargent 
Oct. 25 Charles Joseph Harvey 
Margaret Mary Brosnan 
Oct. 25- Norman Coolidge Bennett 
Virginia Esther McFadden 
Oct. 2& Charles: Edward Valley 

LilUe May Bell Keller 
Oct. 28 Stanley Joseph Hachmuth 

Helen Marie Kiley 
Oct. 28 Albert Roy Oliver 

Virginia Drinkv;ater 
Oct. 28 Ftancis demons Jazakawiz 

Dorothy May Kolden 
Oct Sa Archer Stanley Thompson 

Iria Iniatra Hackman 
Oct. 3a Alfred Francis Kirby 

Emily Anne Higgins 
Oct. 30 El-nest Harold Cross 

Aiida Bertha Cloutier 
Oct. Sa Daniel James Kenney 

Mary Adelaide MacGrath 
Oct. 31- Hubert Noel Desaulniers 

June Frances Copp 
Oct. ^l Wentworth J. Kindred 
Emily Abveni Saverse 
Oct. 31 Stephen Anthony Bova 
Mary Elena Martignetti 
Oct. 31 Nelson Charles Dowd 

Margaret Florence Condon 
Nov. I Romeo Galileo Onessimo 

Hope Fiske 
Nov. 1- Elliott Perry Truesdale 

Alice Mary McCabe 
Nov. 3 Her.i-y Joseph Fortin 

Gladys Jane Edmiston 
Nov. 3 Stanley James Hoylo 

Mamie Elizabeth Taylor 
Nov. 3 Joseph Franklin Hiller 
Dorothy Olive Carlsen 
Nov. 4 Vincent James Nunziato 

Elvira Rose Ciampa 
Nov. 4 Anthony Pelosi 

Benedetta Terranova 
Nov. 3 Jackie Cammarata 
Mary Libra Scrima 



Ages Residences 

Everett, Mass. 
Everett, Ma;s. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Naugatuck, Conn. 
Chelsea, Mass, 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Reading, Mass. 
Carabridge, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Charlestcwn, Mass. 
Concord, N. H. 
Concord, N. H. 
Eo-lon. Mass. 
Bos.tcn, Mass. 
Hyannis, Ma.ss. 
New Hartford, Conn. 
SomervHle, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
?7orcester, Mass. 
V/OTcester. Mass. 
BG'^'''0'n i).-Jass. 
Ecston, Mass. 
Boston, Ivlass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Detroit, M.lch. 
Manchester, N. H. 
;^,:an Chester, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Braintree, Mass. 



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20 

21 
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49 
40 
23 
23 

99 

19 
22 

19 

21 

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40 
21 
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21 
23 
19 
22 
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22 
23 

23 
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43 
22 
19 
22 
24 
21 
26 
22 
19 
2') 
21 



Qulncy, Mass. 
Providence, R. 
Providence, R. 
Boston, Mass. 
Eostoi'., Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 



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71 



Date 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



10 



10 



10 



11 



11 



13 



13 



13 



14 



14 



Names Ages 

Herman Lloyd Bigelov; 23 
Josephine Joann Bacchiochi 18 

Samuel James M. King 29 

Anne Cecelia Lowe 27 

George Henry Jelley 46 

Mary Ellen MacCalder 36 

Rowland J. Hastings, Jr. 21 

Helen Fessenden Wilder 19 

William Archibald Slade 23 

Elinor Van Blarcorn 19 

Savino Mazza 25 

Mildred Genevieve Pacheco 18 

David Riseberg 23 

Florence Ruth Adelson 21 

Frank Rosa 24 

Mildred Mae Brown 23 

William Joseph Sampson 20 

Thelma Olive Gay 19 

Frederick Joseph Smith 34 

Eva Rachel MacDonald 35 

Joseph Alfred S. Adams 28 

Dorothy Watson Court 26 

Richard Michael Doran 26 

Joan Claudia Mazur 24 

William James O'Donnell 31 

Dorothy Geraldine Speroni 13 

Charles Warren McNutt 43 

Margaret Jane Randall 49 

Faun Dudley Fowler 42 

Madeline Anna Kemp 22 

Robert Buck Jones 25 

Doris Helen Willette 23 

Earl Joseph Kelley 2I 

Vera B'rances Leach 2I 

Salvatore Joseph Gorgone 22 

Elizabeth C. O'Laughlin is 

John Baptist Borge, Jr. 28 

Margaret Elizabeth Carroll 21 

Patrick Drinkwater 30 

Anna Agnes Collins 29 

Irwin Francis Hall 33 
Nora Arvilla Frances Harris 27 

Donald Frazer Roop 20 

Virginia Frances Raymond I8 

Harry Pavey 23 

Sarah Theresa Di Carlo 23 



Residences 

Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
-Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Nashua, N. H. 
Manchester, N. H. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Waban, Mass. 
Creighton, Pa. 
Creighton, Pa. 
West Bridgewater, Mass. 
Taiinton, ^Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
Portland, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Belmont, Mass. 
Rockport, Mass. 
Rockport, Mass. 
So. Hampton, N. H. 
So. H.ampton, N. H. 
Lfilford, Mass. 
Milford, Mass. 
lyr.n, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lexington, Mass. 
Billerica, Mass. 
Waterville, Me. 
Waterviile, Me. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 
Newton Center, Mass. 
Gioiicester, Mass, 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Wakefield, Pvlass. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Portsmouth, N, H. 
Newcastle, N. H. 
Franklin, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 



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TOWN REPORT 



Date Names 

Nov. 14 Ralph Joseph Petrosino 

Mary Martha Zybert 
Nov. 14 John Andrew Sullivan 

Doris Nicholaisen 
Nov. 15 Leo Francis La Voie 

Roberta Gertrude Pond 
Nov. 15 William Russell Aldred 

Edith Henrietta James 
Nov. 15 George Thomas Williams 

Priscilla Louise Cheverie 
Nov. 16 Raymond Walter Reynolds 

Lillian' Mary O'Hare 
Nov. 17 John Joseph Kevlik 

Mary Frances Murphy 
Nov. 17 John Joseph Donovan, Jr. 

Dorothy Louise Kelley 
Nov. 17 Hyman Levine 

Charlotte Kaplan 
Nov. 17 George William Sorgrnan 

Sadie Ehner 
Nov. 18 Lawrence Nadeau 

Marian Gena Welt 
Nov. 18 Joseph David Mason 

June Virginia Allen 
Nov. 19 Arthur Frederick Wilband, Jr. 

Jane Elaine Crissey 
Nov. 19 Leslie Guy Dennis 

Ruth Evelyn Weir 
Nov. 19 Frank Slysz 

A. Elizabeth Brooks 
Nov. 19 John William Gobelle 

Eleanor Mathaleen Woodward 
Nov. 19 Coleman Hiram Grant, Jr. 

Dorothy Madelyn Woodward 
Nov. 19 James Harold Milton 

Alta MacDonald 
Nov. 20 Colin Edward McKay 

Lelia Virginia Chubbuck 
Nov. 20 Wilbur Arnold Thom 

Grace Thompson 
Nov. 21 John Henry Bond 

Helen Irene Chamberland 
Nov. 21 Paul Silver Brasill 

Josephine Gorman 
Nov. 21 Louis Frank Giganti 

Belva Beulah Richardsora 



Ages Residences 

21 Providence, R. I. 

22 Providence, R. I. 

24 W.Uimantic, Conn. 
22 Stores, Conn. 

21 Boston, Mass. 
19 iCambridge, Mass. 
oO Cambridge, Mass. 

32 Cambridge, Mass. 

22 Danvers, Mass. 
26 Salem., Mass. 

25 Lj'-nn, Mass. 

26 Ljmn, Mass. 

21 Chelsea, Mass. 

18 CheJsea, Mass. 

22 Dorchester, Mas3. 

19 Boston, Mass. 

21 Bcstoi.-?, Mass. 
19 Boston, Mass. 

22 Boston, Mass. 

18 Boston, Mass. 
35 Portland, Me. 
25 Waldob'O'ro, Me. 

21 Maynard, Mass. 

22 Maynard, Mass. 

21 Portland, Me. 

19 Portland, Me. 
c5 Ipsv/ich, Mass. 

27 Marcliester, Mass. 

22 Ip'^-v-ich, Mass. 
21 Ilittery, Me. 
21 West Hanover, Mass. 
19 Rockland, Mass. 
21 Rockland, Mass. 

18 Rockland, Mass. 
21 I.wirj, Mass. 

19 Lowell, Mass. 

43 Brockton, Mass. 
37 Brockton, Mass. 

44 Lawrence, Mass. 
43 Haverhill, Mass. 
25 Newburyport, Mass. 

24 Newburyport, Mass. 

33 Cohasset, Mass. 

25 Brockton, Mass. 
24 Cambridge, Mass. 

20 Medford, Mass. 



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73 



Date Names Ages 

Nov. 21 Norman Edward Chapman 26 

Beatrice Jeanett Berthel 27 

Nov. 21 William F. Lafferty 60 

Florence E. Grant 58 

Nov. 21 Angelo Joseph LaPaglia 31 

Mary King 21 

Nov. 22 Roy Harold Stevens, Jr. 23 

Clara Isabel Stevens 21 

Nov. 22 George William Bilsbury 22 

Dorothy Smiley 22 

Nov. 25 Charles William Sullivan 20 

Catherine Dolores Henderson 18 

Nov. 25 George Gussman 31 

Marie Little 31 

Nov. 26 Earl Francis Costello 26 

Myrtle Frances Johnson 27 

Nov. 27 John Francis Fraher 21 

Rose Helena Johnson 19 

Nov. 27 Harold Earle Tyler 27 

Gertrude Clough 39 

Nov. 27 Theodore Israel Bornstein 30 

Lillian Sandler 28 

Nov. 28 John William Smolski 21 

Marion A. Macintosh 23 

Nov. 28 Jerry Joseph Godfrey, Jr. 24 

Erminia Marie Caligwire 19 

Nov. 28 Oliver Emil Nixon 26 

Pauline Clotilda Williams 19 

Nov. 28 Frank Ellsworth Nelson 23 

Ruth Elizabeth Hytonen 19 

Nov. 28 Batt Lockard Spain, Jr. 21 

Winnifred Irene Norcross 21 

Nov. 29 Leo Meltzer 21 

Lillian Ruth Tarlow 20 

Nov. 29 Fred Magness Knowlton 44 

Lexie MacLeod 45 

Nov. 30 Willis Alvin Place 72 

Evelyn Gertrude Philpot 54 

Dec. 3 Edward Johnson 21 

Bernice Barbara Applebaum 18 

Dec. 3 Nathan Milton Stiles 31 

Lucille Mae Sherman 21 

Dec. 4 James Throop Day, Jr. 23 

Eleanor Lucille Martin 18 

Dec. 4 Roland Leslie Felch 25 

Elizabeth Delia Knov;les 17 



Residences 

Meliose, Mass. 
Melrose, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
West Lynn, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Brighton, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Rockland, Mass. 
Bramtree, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Revere, Mass. 
So. Berwick, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Ma^s. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Braintree, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Maplswood, N. J. 
Swampscott, Mass. 
Winchester, Mass. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Melrose, Mass. 
Melrose, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 
Newton, Mass. 
NewtonviUle, Mass 
Allston, Mass. 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 
Claremont, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 
Seabrook, N. H. 



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TOWN REPORT 



Date Names Ages 

Dec. 5 Charles Manuel Madruga 21 

June Evelyn Parro 20 

Dec. 5 Liberatore Schiappucci 20 

Barbara Fairchild Briggs 20 

Dec. 5 Carmine Palumbo 35 

Fannie Mary Kowalski 27 

Dec. 6 Joseph Edv/ard Doucet 50 

Louise Josephine Derosa 42 

Dec. 6 John Hurlbert Cressy 20 

Olive Freeman 13 

Dec. 8 V/illiam John Wescott 21 

Pauline Judith Hersey 18 

Dec. 9 Emile Salvatori Passarillo 21 

Mary Elizabeth O'Brien 18 

Dec. 10 Bruce Burton Carter 23 

Therese McNamara 21 

Dec. 10 Paul Thomas Brady 30 

Elizabeth Marjorie Smith 29 

Dec. 10 Richard Heming-way Baker 21 

Virginia May Eudey 19 

Dec. 11 Arthur Herbert- V/ood 20 

Alice Louise Blaisdell 19 

Dec. 11 George Souther 21 

Sylvia Alice Wood 18 

Dec. 11 Malcolm Dinsmore Kemp 24 

Muriel Estelle Owen 22 

Dec. 11 Arnold Stuart Gatarielle 29 

Rumilta Rose Parenti 23 

Dec. 11 Edmund James Orlandino 26 

Margaret Viglione 18 

Dec. 11 Emillio Joseph Vertuccio 20 

Josephine Rita Rosa 18 

Dec. 12 Kenneth Carl Brenner 25 

Elizabeth Ready 23 

Dec. 14 Arthur Francis Joseph Ross 21 

Marguerite Frances Clifford 18 

Dec. 14 James John Mamakos 22 

Jeanette Evelyn Murphy 19 

Dec. 15 Edward Francis Connors 22 

Mildred Frances Cuff 18 

Dec. 16 Joseph Matthew Connolly 47 

Mildred Marguerite Lloyd 33 

Dec. 18 William Albert Cutliff 23 

Kathleen Frances Bumham 24 

Dec. 18 Robert Donald Easdon 26 

Katherine Patricia Riley 25 



Residences 

Reading, Mass. 
Reading, Mass. 
Miliord, Mass. 
Ashland, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
West Peabody, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
So. Hampton, N. H. 
Amesbury, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Ecst-on, Mass. 
Eos Ion, Mass. 
East Hartford, Conn. 
East Hartford, Conn. 
Maiden, Caan. 
Maiden, Conn. 
Roslindale, Mass. 
Roslindale, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
East V/eymouth, Mass. 
Milton, IMass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Gardner, Mass. 
East Boston, Mass. 
Gardner, Mass. 
East Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
BostOiD, Mass. 
Eorton, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Watertov/n, Mass. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Roxbury, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
Everett, Mass. 
Everett, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Lawrence, Mass. 



TOWN REPORT 



75 



Names 

Wayne Beverly Stiles 
Vivian lone Buckley 
Robert James Wallace 
Gertrude Hewitt Allen 
Elwin Chester Thomas 
IVIargaret Mary Altier 
Richmond Shepard Rogers 
Rita Marion Cavagnare 
Arthur Riaymond Smalley 
Sophie Veronica Kozlowski 
Robert Emmett Dalton 
Florence Mary Barry 
Peter Scott 

Albertina Katherine Young 
Thomas L. Lawrence Powers 
Ethel May Lawrence 
Allen, Edv/ard Jarvelin 
Rita Elizabeth Taylor 
Joseph Guardabasso 
Evelyn Stella Tosi 
William Nelson Decie 
Josephine Mary Kukene 
Walter Henry Peavey 
Frances Berthen Silver 
Everett Aloysius Johnson 
Genevieve Cynthia Gasper 
Nathan Edelstein 
Jean Ethel Dubinsky 
Fermino Ameral 
Florence Sanderson 
James Crawford Strong 
Winifred Mary Heinz 
Omar Judson Stevens 
Mary Elizabeth Rogers 
Francis Civille Pray 
Dorothy Edith Seabrooke 
Everett Eugene Vandell 
Dorothea May MacDonald 

I certify that the above marriage 
of my knov/ledge and belief. 



Date 


Dec. 


19 


Dec. 


20 


Dec. 


21 


Dec. 


21 


Dec. 


23 


Dec. 


23 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


25 


Dec. 


25 


Dec. 


26 


Dec. 


26 


Dec. 


28 


Dec. 


29 


Dec. 


30 


Dec. 


30 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 



Ages Residences 

44 Brockton, Mass. 
33 Brockton, Mass. 

21 Lynn, Mass. 

22 Lynn, Mass. 
24 Middleboro, Mass. 
24 Middleboro, Mass. 
33 Newbury, Mass. 
18 Haverhill, Mass. 

45 Boston, Mass. 

22 Cambridge, Mass, 
39 New York, N. Y. 
41 Lynn, Mass. 
28 Manchester, Mass, 
18 Gloucester, Msas. 

23 Dorchester, Mass. 
18 Dorchester, Mass. 
21 Quincy, Mass. 

20 Quincy, Mass. 
23 Boston, Mass. 

23 ' Cambridge Mass. 

21 Salisbury, Mass. 

18 Amesbury, Mass. 

20 Portland, Me. 

19 Lynn, Mass. 

22 Worcester, Mass. 
22 Worcester, Mass. 

21 Chelsea, Mass. , 

21 Chelsea, Mass. 
2-3 Cambridge, Mass, 

22 Maiden, Mass. 
ri Boston, Mass. 
49 Boston, Mass. 

24 Surj-y, Me. 
21 Newbury, Mass. 
28 AmJierst, Mass. 

25 Boston, Mass. 
28 Maiden, Mass. 

23 Maiden, Mass. 



•ecords are correct to the best 
J. L. SMITH, Town Clerk. 



76 



TOWN REPORT 



RECORD OF DEATHS 

In the To-wn of Seabrock, N, H. For the Year Ending 
December 31, 1937 



Date of 

Death Name of Deceased 

Jan. 22 Grace Leavitt Evans 

Feb. 3 Charles Eray Knowles, Jr. 

Feb. 4 Savilia Jane G-cldsmith 

Feb. 4 Miriam Chase Smith 

Feb. 7 Samuel French Perkins 

Feb. 23 John Mitchell Small 

Feb. 23 Fred Brown Pevear 

Mar. 17 Mabel Eliza Davis 

Mar. 21 Levi C. Fowler 

Mar. 22 Edward Lee Perkins 

Apr. 4 Elm.er Ellsworth Eaton 

Jmie 28 Andrew Johnson Gynan 

July 29 Charler.e Frances Heger 

Sept. 7 Morgi-anna Eoynton Pevear 

Sept. 20 Mabel Thurston Walton 

Oct. 20 Robert V/esley Collins 

Oct. 21 Abraham H. Dow 

Oct. 22 Mary Addie Barton 



Ar^f^ 



Y 


M 


D 


77 


4 


17 




5 


17 


76 


■! 1 
i 1 


23 


68 


8 


22 


77 


7 


13 


77 


1 





59 





22 


13 





22 


64 


1 


3 


62 






68 


9 


11 


70 


9 


16 




10 


7 


76 


9 


12 


65 


7 


21 


57 


9 


1 


77 


1 


24 


76 


1 


3 



TOWN REPORT 



77 



RECORD OF DEATHS 
Occurring Else^vhere and Brought Into Town For Infcerment 



Date of 


DeatJi 


Jan. 


2 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


26 


Mar. 


10 


Mar. 


19 


Mar. 


29 


Apr. 


21 


May 


1 


May 


2 


May 


2 


June 


13 


June 


16 


July 


20 


July 


24 


July 


28 


Aug. 


3 


Aug:. 


13 


Sept. 


4 


Oct. 


13 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


15 


Nov. 


24 


Dec. 


12 


Dec. 


13 



Place of Death 

Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburj'port, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Nev/buryport, l\i3.ss. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Brentwood, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Hampton, N. H. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Amesbury, Mass. 
Brentv/ood, N. H. 
Danvers, Mass. 
Meredith;, N, H. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Miodleton, Mass. 
Salisbury, Mass. 
Middleton, Mass. 
Bostcin;, Ma.ss. 
Exeter, N. H. 
Newburyport, Mass. 



Name of Deceased 



Age 
Y M D 



Catherine V. I'obin 

Goldie Lydia Small 80 2 19 

Ella H. Langlands 75 1 12 

Mary Elisabeth Eaton 66 11 20 

Charles Knowles 78 6 

Melinda Dow 73 9 29 

Christina Smith 88 2 21 

John Lewis Fowler 78 2 14 

Margaret E. Lightbody 59 3 3 

Robert C. Crandall 52 4 17 

Adelaide Augusta Gove 83 3 5 

Infant — Wright 

John Seagrave Ro-we 49 9 4 

Wilbur Morris Beckman 60 2 28 
Eben W. Fogg 77 

Lillian A. Gynan 67 3 17 

Agnes Gynan Llttlefield 67 10 5 

Wm. Praniilin Knowles 44 3 

Russell S. Fowler ' 33 8 22 

Enoch Smith Bov/ 75 7 21 

Vera Evelyn Earabino 23 2 

Addle B. Knowles 52 8 

Nellie May Smith 25 12 

Samuel A. Van Amburgii 8 23 



I hereby certify that the above death records are correct to the 
best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. SAnTH, Town Clerk. 



of the 



and 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



of the 

TOWN OF SEABROOK, N. H. 

FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1936-JUNE 30, 1937 



School Officials, 1937-1938 



Moderator 

Earl W. Moreland 

Clerk 

Emery N. Eaton 

School Physician 

William M. Coleman, M. D. 

Truant Officer 

Haratio C. Lattime 

School Nurse 

Dorothy E. Lindsey, R. N. 

Auditors 

Abram J. Miller Ray W. Combs 

Superintendent 

Roy W. Gillmore 



SCHOOL REPORT 



Warrant For the Annual School Meeting 



To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of 
Seabrook, qualified to vote in district affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
said district on the 6th day of April, 1938, at eight 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 Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

4. To choose a member of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years. 

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

6. To see if the district will vote to make any altera- 
tion in the am^ount 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 deter- 
mined by the school board in its annual report. 

7. To see what action the district will take with refer- 
ence to fire insurance on the several buildings of the district 
and raise and appropriate money for the same. 

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



4 SCHOOL REPORT 

Given under our hands at said Seabrook, N. H. this 21st 
day of February, 1938. 

HOWARD A. EATON, Chairman, 
ELIZABETH K. CHASE, 
FRANK MARSHALL, 

School Board of Seabrook, N. H. 

A true copy of Warrant — Attest: 

HOWARD A. EATON, Chairman, 
ELIZABETH K. CHASE, 
FRANK MARSHALL, 

School Board of Seabrook, N. H. 



SCHOOL REPORT 



Budget 

Estimated Revenme Needed July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1939 



Support of Schools 






Teachers' salaries 




$ 9,487.50 


Text books 




400.00 


Scholars' supplies 




350.00 


Flags and appurtenances 




5.00 


Other expenses of instruction 




5.00 


Janitor service 




880.00 


Fuel 




805.00 


Water, light, janitors' supplies 




206.75 


Minor repairs and expenses 




300.00 


Health supervision 




517.00 


Transportation of pupils 


- 


1,200.00 




$14,156.25 


Other Statutory Requirements 






Salaries of district officers $ 


240.00 




Truant officer and school census 


70.00 




Payment of tuition in high schools 






and academies 


5,500.00 




Superintendent's excess salary 


450.00 




Per capita tax 


648.00 




Expense of administration 


200.00 


7,108.00 




board's 


Total amount required to meet school 




budget 




$21,264.25 



ESTIMATED INCOME OF DISTRICT 

Balance June 30, 1938 (estimate) None 

State aid $5,840.16 

Dog tax (estimate) 100.00 



6 SCHOOL REPORT 

Elementary school tuition receipts (estimate) 45.00 



$5,985.16 
Assessment required to balance School Board's 

budget 15,279.09- 

HOWARD A. EATON, 
ELIZABETH K. CHASE, 
FRANK MARSHALL, 
■, ■■■ School Board.. 



SCHOOL REPORT 



Treasurer's Report 

Annual Report of the School District Treasurer 
Fiscal Year July 1, 1936 to June 30, 1937 



€ash on hand Jime 30, 1936 $ 532.64 

Received from Selectmen, appropriation for 

current year 5,800.00 

Balance of previous appropriation 5,288.50 

State aid 6,000.00 

Received from all other sources 7.00 



Total amount available for fiscal year $17,628.14 

Less school board orders paid 17,767.47 

-Balance on hand, June 30, 1937 O. D. 139.33 



EARL W. MORELAND, 

District Treasurer. 



July 14, 1937. 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements and other financial records of the 
treasurer of the school district of Seabrook, N. H. of which 
the above is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1937 and find them correct in all respects. 



ABRAM J. MILLER, 
RAY W. COMBS, 



Auditors. 



July 14, 1937. 



8 SCHOOL REPORT 



Annual Report of the Scliool Board 

Financial Report of the School Board 
July 1, 1936 to June 30, 1937 



RECEIPTS 



From Selectmen $11,088.50' 

For elementary schools $10,l'71-50 

For the salaries of district officers 245.00 
For the payment of per capita tax 672.00 
From State Aid 6,000.00 

Other receipts 7.00 



Total receipts $17,095.50 

Cash on hand July 1, 1936 532.64 



Grand total $17,628.14 

PAYMENTS 

Administration $ 870. 83» 

Salaries of district officers $ 245.00 

Superintendent's excess salary 462.50 

Truant officer and school census 70.00 

Expense of administration 93.33 

Instruction 8,547.81 

Principal and teachers' salaries 8,547.81 

Operation and maintenance of school 

plant 2,299.ia 

Janitor service 778.00 

Fuel 713.69 

Water, light, janitors' supplies 126.z2 

Minor repairs and expenses 681.25 

Auxiliary agencies and special activities 1,820.75' 

Health supervision 543.80 

Transportation of pupils 1,200.00 



SCHOOL REPORT 9 

Other special activities 76.95 

Fixed charges 752.00 

Per capita 672.00 

Insurance and otiier fixed charges 80.00 

Outlay for construction and equipment 3,476.92 

Lands and new buildings 3,149.05 

New equipment 327.87 



Total payments for all purposes $17,767.47 

Cash on hand June 30, 1937 (overdrawn) 139.33 



Grand total $17,628.14 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books and 
other financial records of the school board of Seabrook, of 
which this is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1937, and find them correctly and properly vouched. 

ABRAM J. MILLER, 

RAY W. COMBS, 

Auditors. 

July 14, 1937. 



10 SCHOOL REPORT 

BALANCE SHEET 

Assets, June 30, 1937 

Cash on hand June 30, 1937 (overdrawn) $ 139.33 

Accounts due district from appropriation 6,786.25 

dog tax 1936 142.00 

dog tax 1935 185.00 
From others 

Hampton Falls tuition 45.00 

Total assets $7,018.92 

Excess of liabilities over assets 325.89 

Grand total $7,344.81 

Liabilities, June 30, 1937 

Total liabilities $7,344.81 

Excess of assets over liabilities 

$7,344.81 



SCHOOL REPORT 11 



PAYMENTS 




Salaries of district officers 


( 


James M. Janvrin 




Auditing' accounts $ 


5.00 


Ellsworth Brown 




Auditing accounts 


5.00 


Howard A. Eaton 




Chairman of School Board 1936-37 


75.00 


Caleb N. Fowler 




School Board salary 


50.00 


Earl W. Moreland 




School district treasurer 


50.00 


Elizabeth K. Chase 




Member of school board 


50.00 


Earl W. Moreland 




Moderator 


5.00 


Emery N. Eaton 




Clerk of school district 


5.00 


Superintendent's salary 




Irving W. Rand, Treasurer 


462.50 


Truant officer and school census 




Caleb N. Fowler, School census 


20.00 


Howard A. Eaton, Truant officer 


50.00 


Expense of administration 




Esther F. Bragg 


1.64 


Howard A. Eaton 


15.75 


Joseph Janvrin 


3.30 


News Publishing Co. 


l.OD 


Roy W. Gillmore, clerk hire and of- 




fice exp. 


70.00 


Susie Foote 


1.64 



$ 245.00 



462.50 

70.00 

93.33 



Principal and teachers' salaries 8,547.81 

Ellen Fowler 765.45 



12 SCHOOL REPORT 

Charles F. Janvrin 892.98 

Helen Wood 765.45 

Charlotte Eaton 765.45 

Betsy Caswell 53.40 

Jeanette Clark 251.75 ~ 

Alice M. Weare 807.93 

Winnifred Hickman 765.45 

Irving C. Lewis 850.50 

Beatrice Berry 765.45 

Geneva Briggs 720.00 

Hazel Lewis "^504.00 

Viola Thompson y 640.00 

Janitors' service 778.00 

Caleb N. Fowler 400.00 

Jesse Marshall 126.00 

Lawrence Knowles 63.00 

Everett Weare 126.00 

William Evans 63.00 

Fuel 713.69 

Jerome A. Chase 713.69 

Vv^ater, Light and Janitors' Supplies 126.22 

Howard A. Eaton 33.58 

Wallace Eaton 1.85 

E. & H. Electric Co. 34.04 

Hy-gien Laboratories 56.75 

Minor repairs and expenses 681.25 

Undine Moreland 7.00 

Earl W. Moreland 24.00 

John W. Lightbody 13.00 

Amos Gove 15.00 

Nellie Marshall 10.00 

Ananias Janvrin 20.00 

Clawson Fowler 9.00 

Caleb Fowler 25.50 

Albert Dow 8.35 

Dana Knowles 2.25 

Roscoe Blanchard 42.00 

V/. B. Blanchard 158.00 

Emery Miller 7.50 

Kenneth Knowles 4.50 



SCHOOL REPORT 



13 



Joseph Janvrin 


11.50 


William Janvrin 


23.50 


Lawrence Knowles 


10.00 


Fred Souther 


67.80 


Chester Dow 


4.50 


Eugene Littlefield 


5.50 


E. H. Weare 


19.20 


Marvin Dow 


1.50 


Lillie Fowler 


20.80 


Myantha Boyd 


20.80 


Clara Beckman 


20.80 


Amy Perkins 


20.80 


Rosa L. Janvrin 


20.80 


Howard A. Eaton 


9.75 


Jerome Chase 


15.00 


Emery Eaton 


6.40 


Frank Marshall 


21.50 


Edward Fowler 


2.00 


Ralph Eaton 


4.00 


E. A. Weare 


23.00 


W. J. Honor 


2.00 


Lawrence Knowles 


4.00 


Medical Inspection 




Dorothy Lindsey, school nurse 


. 468.80 


Dr. William L. Coleman, M. D. 


75.00 


'Transportation of pupils 




Howard A. Eaton 


1,200.00 


Other special activities 




Dorothy Lindsey 


22.00 


Hampton Falls School District 


1.95 


Frank Marshall 


8.00 


Earl Vf . Moreland 


5.uD 


Amos Gove 


9.00 


John Lightbody 


9.00 


Samuel Bagley 


22.00 


Tax for state wide supervision 




Per capita tax 


672.00 


Insurance and other fixed charges 




Insurance, Ellsworth Brown 


80.00 


Lands and new buildings 





543.80 



1,200.00 



76.95 



672.00 



80.00 



3,149.05 



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Howard L. Janvrin 4.00 

Ananias Janvrin 4,00 

Harold Owen 364.00 

Ralph Eaton 378.70 

Tracy Dow 65.80 

Leonard Dow 315.70 

George L. Dow 314.65 

Fred Souther 132.70 

Chester Dow 4.00 

Charles W. Eaton 4.00 

Adna Fowler 4.00 

Jesse Marshall g.OO 

Clawson Fowler 4.00 

Simeon Eaton 4.00 

Albert M. Dow 39.50 

Lucien W. Foote 12.50 

Milton Dow 10.50 

Caleb Fowler 14.00 

Joshua M. Eaton 4.00 

Alden Janvrin 4.00 

Raymond Eaton 4.00 

Robert Dow 9.00 

Wallace Eaton 8.50 

Harry Fowler 4. 00 

W. B. Blanchard Sl.'OD 

Jacob Brown 4.50 

Eugene Littlefield 4.51[) 

Lowell Eaton 18.00 

Howard Eaton 14.50 

Ernest Janvrin 9.00 • 

Munroe Janvrin ' 9.00 

Roscoe Blanchard 16.50 

Nicholas Gynan 4.50 
B. T. Janvrin Cons Co. 1,300.00 
New equipment 327 37 

Susie J. Foote 27.87 

Harry Small 300.00 



Total payments $17,767.47 



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School District of Seabrook, N. H. 

Support of Schools 

School Board budget of necessary expenses of 

instruction, operation and special activities $14,176.75 

Other Statutory Requirements 

Salaries of district officers $ 240 

Truant officer and school census 70 

Superintendent's excess salary 450 

Per capita tax for supervision 672.00 

Tuition in high schools and academies 4,060.00 

5,492.00 



Total amount required to meet school board's 

budget 19,668.75 

Deduction of estimated income of district 7,100.00 



Amount to be raised for the budget 



$12,568.75 



CERTIFICATE I 

I certify that the above is a correct statement of the 
obligations authorized, and the amounts to be assessed to 
meet statutory requirements and appropriations made at 
the annual meeting of the Seabrook school district held 

April 2, 1937. 

(Signed) EMERY EATON, 

Clerk of School District. 



CERTIFICATE II 

I certify that the above is a correct statement of the 
financial proceedings of the district for 1937, and that cop- 
ies of this statement have been filed with the chairman of 



16 SCHOOL REPORT 

the board of selectmen and entered in the records of the 
school board. 

(Signed) HOWARD A. EATON, 

Chairman of the School Board. 



Report From July 1, 1937 to January 30, 1938 



Salaries of district officers $ 175.00 

Superintendent's salary 437.50 

Truant officer and school census 45.00 

Expenses of administration 90.28 

Principal's and teachers' salaries 5,659.94 

Text books 228.62 

Scholars' supplies 218.01 

Janitor service 452.00 

Fuel 403.25 

Water, light and janitor supplies 129.94 

Minor repairs and expenses 389.29 

Medical inspection 224.40 

Transportation of pupils 720.00 

High school and academy tuition 5,914.61 

Insurance 64.00 

Nev/ equipment 411.17 

Per capita tax 672.00 

Total $16,235.01 



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To the School Board of Seabrook: 

I herewith submit to you my eighth annual report as 
superintendent of schools : 

The figures in this report cover the school year from 
September 1, 1936 to June 30, 1937 — the last complete 
school year. There is also a supplementary report giving 
the pupil enrollment for the fall term of 1937 and the 
district payments for the current school year to January 30, 
1938. These supplementary figures will also be included in 
next year's report. This double reporting is done simply to 
inform the people of the condition of the district at the 
present time. 

The average per pupil cost for the elementary schools 
of New Hampshire during the past school year was $77.16. 
According to figures given out by the State Board of Educa- 
tion the per pupil cost for Seabrook was $46.70. As has been 
true for the past several years, this is the lewdest like figure 
in the state. Since the state aid amounted to $6,000 and the 
pupil enrollment was 302 it is evident that the State's share 
was practically $20.00 per pupil. This means that the actual 
cost to the people of Seabrook for educating one child in 
elementary schools was approximately $26.70. 

The school budget for 1937-1938, printed in last year's 
report, subtracted from the amount of money required for 
maintenance of the schools $6,000. This is the amount de- 
manded for state aid. The check received however was 
$102.47 less than this amount. This means that the amount 
so lost must be added to next year's budget. It is a matter of 
pride to the town that so many of our pupils are attending 
high school. It will react to the credit of Seabrook in future 
j^ears. This does however, mean continually increasing 



18 SCHOOL REPORT 

amounts spent for high school tuition and necessitates a 
larger school budget. Such is the case with the present year. 

The new addition to the South school has done away 
with the former crowded condition and now allows each 
teacher to work under more suitable surroundings. Sea- 
brook is to be congratulated since the result of this improve- 
ment was, four rooms as well lighted, as well arranged and 
as attractive as any in the state. 

Seabrook does not now employ a supervisor of music. 
This throws an added burden upon the teachers. While it 
may be unwise under the present financial conditions to un- 
dertake added expense for this work, as "better times" re- 
turn we should look forward to again engaging a super- 
visor. _^ 

We are attempting, as money is available to modernize > 
our text books. Rather than do this in any one year, we are 
planning to spread this over five or six years. We have al- 
ready changed our arithmetic books in the lower six grades 
and also many of our reading books. In New Hampshire the 
average per pupil cost for text books is between $1.50 and 
$1.75 j^early. Seabrook has never approached this figure al- 
though one year ago it spent $400. I believe this should be 
our next line of improvement. 

Our school rooms are kept neat and clean. I wish to 
compliment the teachers and the janitors for this. It really 
helps a great deal in the work of the school. The oiling of 
the floors is a valuable health measure as well. 

The standards of our preparation for high school are 
now checked by two different school systems since our grad- 
uates enter either Newburyport High School or Amesbury 
High School. I believe it proof of the excellence of the work 
done by our schools that pupils in each school, this year, ap- 
peared on the honor roll. 

The progressive schools of the nation are attempting to 
train children from the earliest grades, in accurate observa- 
tion and experiment. They are teaching the youngest pupils 
to use real information and accurate methods of thinking 
toward a better interpretation of their environment. Hereto- 



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fore, this has been impossible because no texts were avail- 
able written in the limited vocabulary of the lower grades. 
All leading text book companies are now publishing such 
books. These establish an evenly advancing course in ele- 
mentary science subjects from the first grade through the 
eighth. The two functions mentioned above are served by 
■these courses. I am recommending the gradual introduc- 
tion of some complete course of this kind, preferably in the 
lower grades first and, as they advance, into all grades. The 
expense would be little since we are continually replacing 
readers under any plan. 

The report of Mrs. Dorothy Lindsey is included here- 
with. During the period she has been with us as school 
nurse she has v/on the confidence of the parents, children 
and school officials. She visits our schools regularly, but 
this is only part of the service she renders to our pupils. 
Children taken to the dentist, or the doctor, call for much of 
:her time. Home visits by the nurse are of great value in re- 
ceiving the cooperation of home and school. 

The Seabrook Parent-Teacher Association is doing 
much for our schools. Such an organization brings together 
teachers and parents on a common ground where they may 
discuss the child, each from his own view point. In addition 
to the gifts received from the association and the opportun- 
ity offered for mutual study, it is a real comfort to know that 
we have an active group of citizens interested in the schools 
and their welfare. 

Special mention must be made in this report of Miss 
Alice M. Weare who will this Spring complete fifty years of 
teaching. With the exception of a short time spent in the 
schools of Newburyport, the entire period was devoted to 
.serving the District of Seabrook. She is now teaching grand- 
children of former pupils. Such a life of service is rarely 
vouchsafed to any town. The value of her work can be es- 
timated only by the avenues of interest and development she 
has opened to her pupils. I am sure the people of Seabrook 
appreciate her years of service and we, in the school work, 
are grateful for the privilege of working with her. 



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Your schools are modern schools. They are tested by- 
recognized tests and taught by faithful teachers. You, as a: 
board are ever watchful for the welfare of the pupils of 
Seabrook. Your frequent board meetings are productive of 
valuable results. To their inspiration and incentive I am in- 
debted for renewed confidence to work for the advancement 
of school ideals in our town. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROY W. GILLMORE, 

. Superintendent of Schools.. 
February 21, 1938. 



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ROLL OF HONOR 

Attendance 

Pupils not absent or tardy for the year 1936-1937: 

Farm School — Floyd M. Jones. 

South School — Lita Marshall, Freemona Fowler, For- 
rest Marshall. 

Dearborn — Forrest Felch, Patricia Haley, Clyde Little- 
field. 

PROMOTIONS, JUNE 1937 

Grades 12 3 45 6 7 8 Tot.. 

Promoted 29 32 38 36 38 44 34 37 288- 

Not promoted 6 5 4 3 3 21. 

Average age 6.11/2 7.5 8.8 9.7 10.9 12.0 13.3 13.10 

SUMMARY 1936-1937 

Total pupils enrolled 320 

Value of buildings $17,500 

Value of equipment 9,500 

Average salary women teachers 844.53 

Average salary of men teachers 968.62 

Visits by school board 31 

Visits by superintendent 340 

Visits by citizens 277 

Total number of school days 175 

SCHOOL CENSUS, SEPTEMBER 1937 

Whole number of children between 5-16 years of age 324 

Boys 173 

Girls 151 

Number children between 5-16 years not in school 10 

Number in school 314 

ENROLLMENT, FALL TERM 1937 



Teachers and School 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 Tot. 


Winnifred Hickman, Sanborn 








6 


13 


7 




26 


Alice M. Weare, Sanborn 


8 


7 


2 










17 


Beatrice Berry, Farm 


6 


9 


8 


7 








30 


Mrs. Hazel Lewis, Locke 








7 


7 


12 




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23 



Geneva Briggs, Boyd 


5 


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8 










19 


Charles F. Janvrin, South 












26 


13 


44 


Helen Wood, South 












19 




19 


Viola Thompson, South 








10 


19 






29 


Charlotte Eaton, South 






17 


11 








28 


Ellen Fowler, South 


18 


10 












28. 


Irving C. Lewis, Dearborn 












22 


14 


26 


Totals 


37 


32 


35 


41 


39 


38 48- 


32 


302. 



SEABROOK SCHOLARS ATTENDING SCHOOLS 
OUTSIDE OF DISTRICT, 1937-1938 



Hampton Academy 



Charles Burditt 



Gertrude Woodburn 



Alfred Gynan 
Elizabeth H. Gynan 
Barbara Knowles 



Raymond Chase 
Priscilla Orcutt 
Gustav Knowles 
Mildred Miller 



Josiah C. Chase 
Mary Crovetti 
Leonara Berry 
James Brown 
Florence E. Dobson 

Jane Chase 
Leona Carter 
Amanda Eaton 
Eldora Eaton 
Jacob Fowler 
Andrew Gynan 



Amesbury High School 

Grade XII 

James H. Marsh 
Dorothy Felch 



Grade XI 



Grade X 



Grade IX 



Gardina Randall 

Harold Miller 
Marguerite Thorpe 
Rico Crovetti 
Virginia Fowler 



Earlene Eaton 
Lucien W. Foote 
Bertha G. Locke 
Dorothy Sturgis 
Hollis Shaw 



Victor Jones 
Dorna Locke 
Lillian Miller 
Merilyn Perkins 
Louise Temple 
Gerald R. Thompson 



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Newburyport High School 

Grade X 
Theresa Felch 



Carolyn Beckman 
Frank Beckman 
Iris Eaton 
Forrest Felch 
Frederick Felch 
Ruth Felch 



Grade IX 



Evelyn Gadsby 
Lenola Jones 
Loma Locke 
Samuel Small 
Lillian A. Watts 



SCHOOL REPORT 25 



Report of School Nurse 

For Year 1937 Ending February 1938 



The annual report of the school physical examinations 
conducted by Dr. Coleman, assisted by School Nurse is as 
follows : 

Underweight children, 42; corrected defects, 28. 

Defective vision, 3 ; defects corrected, 4. 

Defective hearing, 2 ; defects corrected, none. 

Anaemia, 5. 

Nervous condition, 2. 

Cardiac condition, 2. 

Defective teeth, 30 ; corrected, 35. 

Diseased tonsils, 80 ; corrected, 3. 

Defective breathing, 3. 

Adenoids, 17; corrected, 17. 

Enlarged glands, 22. 

Cases of communicable diseases for year WSl-WSS : 

Chicken-pox, 9. 

Scarlet fever, 18. 

Mumps, 2. 

Skin disease, 4. 

Whooping cough, 2. 
Number children unvaccinated, 183. 
Number children vaccinated, 119. 

A dental clinic was conducted by Dr. George Nice of 
Newburyport, Mass. Fourteen children were transported 
by nurse and treated. Five dollars was contributed from four 
schools for this work. This money was raised by the teach- 
ers in the form of entertainments. 

During the winter of 1937, we had an epidemic of scar- 
let fever. Extra time was spent in Seabrook at this time. 
Daily visits were paid to schools and the children were 



26 SCHOOL REPORT 

given a daily examination of skin and throats. All children 
with suspicious throats were excluded from school. 

All Schools were closed from March 29-April 3. Schools 
were fumigated and thoroughly cleaned before reopening. 

The number of visits made to schools, 278. 

The number of visits made to school children absent 
because of illness, 276. 

The nurse visits Seabrook week:ly. Children are exam- 
ined, weighed and measured and visits made to homes. 

Talks were given on health to the Four H Club and to 
Parent-Teacher Association. 

Took one child to Manchester for heart examination. 
Four children have been taken to Newburyport and secured 
glasses. Some dental v/ork has been accomplished under Dr. 
Nice at Newburyport. 

The County Welfare have been very kind in providing 
two of the children vdth glasses. Four children had tonsil 
operations at the Mitchell Hospital and Exeter Hospital. 
There is a great deal of dental work needed among the 
school children. Also many are not vaccinated. 

All physical defects such as defective vision, poor 
teeth, diseased tonsils, greatly handicap a child not only in 
school work but in their general health. 

At this time I wish to thank Mr. Gillmore, the School 
Board, Dr. Coleman, Teachers and Parents for their 
splendid cooperation given me in my school work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

, ; DOROTHY E. LINDSEY, R. N. 

January 31, 1938.