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HomeMy Public PortalAboutAnnual Reports 1945H O CL LLI cic M w c LL O O 0 Z Q w J A� o J W U) V tn CIO Ln IV 0* r ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF ORLEANS FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1945 Printed by THE GOSS PRINT Harwich, Mass. Orleans Honor Roll In Memoriam S. HILTON ATWOOD ALBERT P. NASSI ALLEN B. WALKER Allen, Homer C. Croll, George Allen, Neil T. Crosby, Ray T. Anslow, Robert J. Crosby, Stanley H. Crosman, John H., Jr. Baker, Lawrence A. Crowell, Edward B. Baker, Leslie D. Crowell, Harold J. Beals, Joseph, Jr. Cummings, Harold R., Jr. Besse, Albion H. Cummings, George W. Bessom, Edward A. Cyr, Edgar C. Bessom, Maurice D. Bessom, Norman J. Darling, Carol E. Bissonnette, George A. Darling, Chester A. Bonnell, Richard L. Davenport, Paul H. Bremner, David G. Davis, Bernard T. Bremner, Francis A. Davis, Robert P. Bremner, Robert Davis, Robert S., Jr. Brown, Ellsworth E. Delano, David P. Brown, William A. Delano, David P., Jr. Burton, Adelbert S. Delano, Howard D. Delano, Lewis H., Jr. Cact, Vincent Deschamps, Charles F. Cahoon, George W., Jr. Deschamps, Paul E. Chandler, Robert E. Doane, Linwood E. Chase, Earle C Jr Dunham, Earl P. Chase, Howard D. Chase, on D. Eldredge, Marcellus H. Chase, Wilbur C., Jr. Chipman, Eldredge, Paul E. Eldridge, Kenneth R. Ivory P, Chipman, Lawrence R. Ellis, Hollis R. Chipman, Warren B. Ellis, Lawrence L. Clark, Dana E. Ellis, Leighton W. Clark, Warren E. Ellis, Nathan H. Cook, Robert Copeland, Henry Finlay, Arthur R., Jr. Corcoran, David H. Freeman, Robert L. Fulcher, Donald E. Corcoran, Lewis H, Coulson, Harry W, Fulcher, Eugene Crocker, Veranus H. Fulcher, Herbert D. Fulcher, Richard A. —3— Orleans Honor Roll Gill , Lewis, F. Gill, Raymond W, Norgeot, Marcel L. Godshalk, Swift Opderbeck, Russell A. Goff, Warren E. Owen, Ernest M. Gould, Willis S., Jr. Parker, David W. Harris, Charles L, Perreault, Raymond M. Harris, Gordon C• Peters, Anthony Henson, Lewellyn L. Peters, Lawrence H. Higgins. Francis A.' Edwin N. H'gglns, George A. Pieree, Fred S., Jr. Higgins, Joseph W. HoPkin, William J-, Jr. Quinn, Ellis B. Hopkins, No Hopkins, Rudolph X Quinn, Howard W, Hopkins, Vernon E • M. Quinn, William P, Bowes, Harold D. Rad Rich, e R'. Frederick Ireland, Wank C Richardson o Ireland, Robert Robert A. K. Rogers, Edward S. Johnson, Kenneth Rogers, Howard E. D. Rogers, Joseph. L.,' Jr. Keehlwetter, John E, Roses Fiske Kelley, Burton A. Rose. John S Lake, P. Knowles, Carlton' G. Rose, aul R, Hobert Lake, Robert H, RYder, Franklin W. Lambert, Benry A. Larkin, Earl S. Salvage, Frederick C. Leeds ore Robert B. S hs, Jacob. Leeds, Harold F Peter Linnell Curtis Alfred J. gmith, Richard N. 11 Uvin , E rague SIIOw, Albert Stanley now, L Lee, Ros - eorge s Snow David Long, RobertRF. Snow. EH'ltottwand .1 Jr. Snow, Eugene- L, Maier, Henry W, Jr, ga °w, Richard S. Ynard, Theo R Yder Forest Theodore SParro�v Eldredge E. Mayo, Frederick Macfarlane Norman A ear Sparrow, Beck A. MUnSe�OGarEdward J. SPinoia Edr E, Sylver d W. Nichols, RaYm°nd J. SYlvester�on r Nickerson, Berri Jr Barry A, Nickerson, Norman M. , ,TI,aaylor, Bernard S. Norgeot, Gasto Taylor' Norgeot, George L' Taylor Herman D. Norgeot, John P' Tenney, Jose fence Ph F. Walker, Elston R. —4_ Orleans Honor Roll Walsh, Donald B. Wells, Bradford White, Clayton A. White, Norman Wilcox, Lloyd B. Wilcox, Herbert F. Wilcox, Robert C. Williams, Alberto W., Jr. Williams, James C. Williams, Leland H. Wilson, Neil H. Winslow, Robert B. Wittman, Alfred G. Young, Burton S. Young, Edric N. Young, George M. Young, Robert I. Young, Roger A. Young, Russell A. Zeigler, Norman F. Women's Branch of The Service Bessom, Anne Louise Meads, Mary V. Nickerson, Harriet L. Hillman, Kathryn L. Corcoran, Emma D. Wheelock, Florence Corcoran, Mary D. Wilson, Barbara Merchant Marine Atwood, Simeon Sherman, Gilbert A. Tibbetts, Millard H. Gill, Stephen T. Nickerson, James E. —5— -7_ TOWN OFFICERS Moderator Richard Sparrow Snow Term expires February 1946 Selectmen and Assessors Alonzo W. Jones, Clerk Term expires February 1946 James Dickie Term expires February LeRoy A. Nickerson, Chmn. Term expires February 1948 Board of Health Alonzo W. Jones, Chairman Term expires February 1946 James Dickie Term expires February 1947 LeRoy A. Nickerson Term expires February 1948 Board of Public Welfare Alonzo W. Jones, Term expires February 1946 James Dickie, Chairman Term expires February 1947 LeRoy A. Nickerson Term expires February 1948 School Committee Roger F. Smith, Chairman Term expires February 1946 Abbie F. Mitchell Term expires February 1947 Franklin S. Murray Term expires February 1948 Town Clerk, Treasurer and Collector of Taxes • Abbie F. Mitchell Term expires February 1946 (Appointed Oct. 8, 1946, to fill unexpired term) Trustees Snow Library Harry H. Snow Term expires February 1946 Florence H. Smith, Chairman Term expires February 1947 Ora W. P. Cole Term expires February 1948 Constables Henry A. Perry Term expires February 1946 Kenneth T. Young Term expires February 1946 Surveyor of Highways Norman C. Hopkins Term expires February 1946 -8— Tree Warden Emile A. 011ivier Term expires February 1948 Park Commissioners Rudolph N. M.IIopkins Term expires February 1946 Arth a D George D J. YKnowi Cshairman Term expires February 1947 . Term expires February 1948 *Ralph W. Snow Resigned October 6, 1945 APPOINTED OFFICERS Ral h T. Registrars of Voters Adelbert Rogers' Chairman Term expires February 1946 Gaston p. Childs N m Terorgeot Ter expires February 1947 Assistant Town Clerk and m expires February 1948 **Eleanor S. Blake General Offioe Clerk (appointed October 18 to fill expires February 1946 Sealer fill unexpired term) Wei gherf o�q eights and Measures, Measurer of w Wood and and Charles P. Moore Field Drivers andTerm expires February 1946 Charles 0. Freeman Pound Beepers Elmer L. Taylor y Term expires February 1946 Pence expires February 1946 EBiathan E. Viewers Solonois Childs Terra Elmer L. Taylor term exPires February 1946 Term expires February 1946 A. P. Goff Health Officer M.D. Physician to Term expires February Henry A. White, M.D. ds of Public Welfare and Hea h1946 Term expires February 1946 6� Milk and Sanitary Inspector George F. Crocker, Marston Mills Term expires February 1946 Alton L. Robbins, Ass't., Dennisport Term expires February 1946 Burial Agent Herbert D. Nickerson Term expires February 1946 Inspector of Wires and Janitor of Town Hall Charles 0. Thompson Term expires February 1946 Accounting Officer Elmer C. Smith Term expires February 1947 Superintendent of Moth Work Emile A. Oilivier Term' expires February 1946 Caretaker of "Perpetual Care" Lots Harold L. Arnold Term expires March 31, 1946 Inspector of Slaughtering and Inspector of Animals LeRoy F. Richardson Term expires March 31, 1946 "Vesta I. Delano Resigned, October 6,.1945 Eleanor S. Blake (appointed October 18, Forest Warden Henry A. Perry Fire Engineers George D. Knowles, Chief Term expires February 1946 Judah N. Eldredge Term expires February 1946 Lloyd R. Ellis Term expires February 1946 E. Carlton Long Term expires February 1946 Irving A. Higgins Term expires February 1946 Henry W. Hurley Term expires February.1946 Charles S. Wilcox Term expires February 1946 Dog Officer Kenneth T. Young -10— Harbor Master Charles R. Richardson 'Perm expires February 1946 Shellfish Constable Elmer R. Darling Term expires February 1946 Acting Chief of Police LeRoy A. Nickerson Special Police Charles 0. Thom Elijah C. Long Thompson Arthur J. young Samuel F. Ireland Charles S. Wilcox. Robley E. Fulcher Henry W, Hurley William F. Estlin Lloyd R. Ellis Bertram W. Clapp Adelbert A. Childs Herbert W. Smith Everett I. young Warren 0. Murry Ralph A. Coffin lea Franklin S. George D Arthur J. Gorham Y Warren ' Hopkins Rudolph N. M. Hopkins Paul W . Cheney John S. Rose Fred S. Pierce Weighers of Coal, Grain and Ray Foster L. Taylor Irving G Freeman Harry W. Hurley Elmer G. Chandler Y H. Snow Herbert H, Burr Warren 0. Daniels Irving A Alfred W. Nickerson H. Willard Higgins Ymond RB Watkins Caretaker of $ a Newton Edward H. Higgins g Brook Caretaker of Torm expires Dump r s February 1946 Herbert W. Smith wn Deputy Ta= Collector February 1946 Henry A. Perry C Ter Town m expires February 1946 Laura D. Knowles, R.N. Nurse Terra expires February 1946 —11— Finance Committee Harold W. Nickerson Term expires February 1946 John D. Anthony Term expires. February 1946 Elnathan E. Eldredge, Chairman Term expires February 1946 Reuben S. Hopkins Term expires February 1947 Hedley C. Nickerson Term expires February 1947 Charles F. Richardson Term expires February 1947' Millard H. Tibbetts, Secretary Term expires February 1948 Edward C. Blake Term expires February 1948 Edgar H. Upham Term expires February 1948 -12- ASSESSOR'S REPORT AND COMPARATIVE 'STATEMENT Real Estate Assessed 1944 Personal Estate Assessed $3,977,030.00 Total Assessed Valuation 400,410.00 Polls @ $2.00 Property Tax (Including Polls) Population 1940 Census 4'377;440.00 Population 1945 1,451 99,837.84 Census Number Polls Assessed 586.79 Number Persons Assessed on Pro 540 Horses Assessed Property Cows Assessed 1,065 14 Swine Other Neat Cattle 58 Sheep 40 Goats 18 Dwelling Houses Acres Land Assessed 2 22 Number of Fowl 869 Number of Assessed Val uesof Messed (Excise) 6,361 16,071 Amount of Tax Cars APpro riatio Aasee' °n Cars P $$2'348 00 543 ns for Total Appropriation from Available $125,710.00 Funds Overlay 395.00 10.00 10.00 Deficit - Abatement ' $10,000.00 600.00 Overlays of Prev. Excess of 5,567.87 498.61 50.59 1937 fears; 5,736.45 5,529.45 1938 25.00 25.00 70.00 1939 2.00 1940 County Tax 1.92 1.94 Ij Underestimate (Cou nty Tax State Tax 1943) 2.00 11 932.78 State Audit Muni ci 1942 Pal Accounts M 1,231.54 8,349.00 1945 $3,9.81,240.00 408,580.00 4,389,820.00 1,543 532 1,053 13 66 25 17 1 16 869 6,320 16,609 638 $59,100.00 $1,970.20 $133,291.93 $16,500.00 2,779.93 '40 3.00 '41 2.91 42 2.85 15,369.45 08quito Control State Parks 1.32 '44 Home Care Civil year 1,522.91 (Underestimate Veterans 109.76 Total P ropriations (State ' Y Taxes and Overlay) 4.50 164.437,49 4,692.00 765.18 1,531.54 108.42 175,047.21 -13- Tax Rate per Thousand 22.50 1,080.00 22.50 1,064.00 Polls @ $2.00 Property Tax (Including Polls) 99,575.25 99,837.84 Special Assessment (Moth) 586.79 741.45 Total Amt. (Collector's Commitments) 100,162.04 100,579.29 Except M. V. Excise Fines 375.00 Estimated Receipts 1944 1945 Corporation $6,205.66 12,359.69 $6,205.66 12,284.46 Income Tax Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise s(Libraries) 1'200.00 96.50 1,500.00 110.31 Fines 375.00 500.00 General Government Protection of Persons and Property Health and Sanitation 360.00 800.00 516.14 800.00 Charities Old Age Assistance 6,600.00 8,500.00 Schools 12,000.00 14,000.00 Union Supt. (Schools) 395.00 10.00 10.00 Court Fines Interest on Taxes and Assessments 1,000.00 600.00 Old Age Meal Tax 426.67 53.00 498.61 50.59 Interest, Street Light Fund Gasoline Tax under Acts 1943 5,736.45 5,529.45 Recreation 25.00 25.00 70.00 * **(See below) Total Estimated Receipts $49,912.97 $52,700.22 Free Cash in Treasury 15,003 27 22,5000.05 Overestimates of Prev. Year Total Deductions $64,916.24 $75,209.37 ** *Soldiers benefits and State Aid $70.00 Respectfully submitted, LEROY A. NICKERSON, ALONZO W. JONES, JAMES DICKIE, Assessors of Orleans. -14_ REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT To the Board of Selectmen, Gentlemen: I submit herewith the report of the ment for the year ending 1)eCQmber Accounting Depart - Cash on hand January 1 31, 1945, as follows: , 1945 Receipts $91,800.38 Tax Title Redemption Sale Of Real Estate Taxes: $583.18 Real Estate, 1943 2,000.00 Real Estate, 1944 Personal Pro $1,789.55 Meal Estate, 1945' 1944 7,953.81 Personal Prop9 168.34 M' 0• Excise, 19¢¢ 1945 81,894.15 hI' V. Excise, 1945. 8,881.52 Moth Assessment 16.24 th 14loth Assessment, 1943 1,869.11 Poll Assesemen 1945 8.10 Po 1944 t 702.40 6.00 652.00 M. deferred & $103,988.54 Poll Taxes R PIaTaxes Tax Titles Redeemed $347.05 :32 1.29 60.31 Fro i_ In" Come Tax m the Co $408.97 7ePoratio Tax m""Wealth Tax n highway fund $14,820.00 8,041.27 681.89 5,529.45 $29,072.61 -1s- From the County Dug Licenses (Refunds) $298.61 Grants and Gifts Federal Grants: $2,264.68 School Lunch From the Commonwealth: 499.85 Highways, Chapter 90 From the County: 499.85 Highways, Chapter 90 From Individuals: Mrs. Paul P. Henson, 25.00 (Col. of Moth Nests) Licenses and Permits Shellfish $453.00 Shellfish Grants 45.50 7.00 Victuallers 3.00 Innholders 8.00 Lodging House 26.00 Marriage 11.50 Milk and Oleo. Denatured Alcohol and Anti- freeze 18.00 To Collect Garbage To Carry Revolver 10.50 To Manufacture Ice Cream 5.00 Funeral Director 2.00 Theatre 2.00 Camps and Cabins 5.50 Junk 10.00 Sunday Amusement 96.00 Slaughtering 1.00 Liquor 1,375.00 Dog 343.40 Gasoline 24.00 Fuel Oil 2.50 Fish Weir 4.00 $298.61 $3,289.38 $2,452.90 -16- Town Hall Rentals Commercial Revenue Town Wharf Rentals School Auditoriu $117.00 Sealer, Wei m Rentals 80.00 Nurse Collectond Measures 47.50 ns School Cafeteria 65.67 Moth re in Collections 629.85 School Tuitio g (Individuals 5,605.15 School Tuition (T0 '1 of Easth 5.50 School Rental o it (City' of B Bto 8mr) 5;179.77 Libra r R °ad Machinery n) 2,474.80 Y Fines and Sales Bend Ball Team Collections 32.00 Out of in T Mac hi 151.81 °wn Fnes(1ligh School) 419.35 18.25 96.75 Public Charities $19,869.28 Public Welfare from Co Cities are from n'IOOnwealth Public and towns other $804.20 Aid to Welfare from D from Pendent Chilcceased Estates 240.00 Aid to Depend j mm0nwealt dren 90.50 h Old Age al Orantst Children 102.95 Co Assista Old Age �wealthee from 180.00 other ssistance Old Cities from 12,835.55 Age Assistnd towns Old dividuals anee frolu Atl ag', &sistance 352.05 I ederal Gra„tss's anceral Grants 9,887.00 329.49 War Allowance from COmmos, $enefits $24,845.62, wealth $68.00 $68.00 -17- Sale of Materials Auto Tubes (Fire Dept.) $22.50 Sewing Machines (Town Hall) 22.00 Stoves (Town Hall) 30.00 Clock (School Dept.) 25.00 Stone (Highway Dept.) 107.70 Salvage (Library) 3.95 Town Maps 14.40 Voting Lists 4.50 Postage Stamps 1.00 $231.05 Unclassified Bounty on Seal $5.50 Warrants and Demands on Taxes 86.90 Deeds of Release, Tax Titles, Red. 15.00 Recording Tax Titles 3.00 Use of Telephone .10 Publishing Hearings 26.40 Taxes Abated for 1943 47.90 Claims and Taxes on Estates 823.27 Payment Stopped on Checks 29.90 $1,037.97 Trust and Investment Funds Interest Withdrawn: Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund $100.00 Strect Light Fund 50.59 $150.59 Interest Transferred to Trust and Investment Funds Clayton Mayo Fund Rcbabilitatiou Fund $375.00 562.50 Cash Added to Trust Funds Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund $200.00 Clayton Mayo Fund 12,500.00 $937.50 $12,700.00 -18- Refunds to the Following Accounts Town Hall Repairs. Fire Department Highways Parking Lot at Beach (Art. 24) Federal Grants, O.A.A. Overlay 1945 Safety Committee Expense Cemeteries Cemetery, Perpetual Care Snow Library (Dog Tax) Schools Highways, Chap. 90 Veterans' Benefits $7.50 52.98 49.77 103.62 29.45 1.13 23.25 32.00 4.50 3.38 11.08 .50 .42 Federal Tax De $319.58 On Salaries and Wages ions 232.79 $5,415.66 1,288.37 $5,415.66 _ i I $299,469.82 PAYMENTS Constables' Salaries Moderator's �- Fire Department Selectmen's Salaries Selectmen's Ex $25.00 Selectmen's Supense PPhes 3,300.00 Assessor's P Assessors' Pay Expense 113.26 57.80 Accountant's Sala 1,119.83 Accountants rY Expense 994.13 Collectors Salary 800.00 Treasurer' s Sala Town Clerk's Salary 49.55 1,050.00 Collectors, Treasurer' Town Clerk's 330.00 240.00 xpes Enend Tax Title Expense Forest Warden Clerical Expense 412.67 Legal Expense 21.39 59.97 942.81 $ „I 198.50 -19- Elections and Registration 232.79 Town Hall 1,288.37 Town Hall Repairs 70.72 Police 2,379.95 Constables' Salaries 100.00 Fire Department 2,537.66 Wire Inspection 32.00 Sealer of Weights and Measures, Salary 100.00 Sealer of Weights and Measures, Expense 38.29 Moth Department 2,498.59 Spraying Machine 1,417.52 Tree Warden 681.78 Forest Warden 392.10 Health 1,688.07 Inspection of Animals 59.97 Inspection of Slaughtering 43.00 Care of Town Dump 803.74 Highways 4,967.19 Brush Cutting 448.40 Snow Removal 3,639.42 Road Machinery and Building 169.51 Guard Fences 191.00 Oil Heater ( Highway Department) 175.00 Depot Square (Art. 26) 97.32 Highways (Chap. 90) 1,500.06 Gibson Road (Art. 27) 537.09 Tonset Road (Art. 28) 1,050.70 Tar I{iln Road (Art. 29) 521.73 Street Lights 4,506.36 Traffic Signals 354.67 Harbor Master's Salary 50.00 Harbor Master's Expense Land and Wharf 96.40 at Rock Harbor 'Down Wharves 39.03 Public Welfare 400.00 Old Age Assistance 1,980.32 Adm. Old Age Assistance 15,000.00 99.20 Federal Grants, O.A. Adm. Federal Grants, 12,645.20 OA. .A .A. Aid to Dependent Children 384.37 Clement Gould and Wife Trust Fund Hospital Care (Free Bed) 435.95 20.00 State Aid 1 500.00 1 120.00 -20- Veterans Benefits Schools Snow Library Snow Library (Dog Tax) Snow Library Trust Fund Parks and Playgrounds Parking Lot, Ocean Beach To Purchase and Improve Parking Lot To Improve Cove and Skaket Beaches Miscellaneous Insurance and Bonds Town Reports Memorial and Armistice Day Exercises Massachusetts Safety Committee Mass(General tate Guard Ex Rationing Board Ex pence Census for 1945 pense To Bind Town Record Books Cemeteries and Tomb Soldiers Monument and Graves Cemetery perpetual Care Old Cemetery Expense (Center) Old Cemetery Expense (E. Orlenas) Herring Brook Protection and Propagation of Shellfish Shellfish Constable's Salary Interest, Town Notes and Bonds Retirement, Town and Federal Tax Deductions Federal Tax Refunds M, V * Excise Tax Refunds Estimated Receipts Refunds State Tax State Par Sks tate Audit and Reservations Mosquito Control County Tax U. S. Bonds, Rehabilitation Fnud Cemetery, la Mayo Trust Fnnd perpetual Care Fund 338.67 56,486.13 929.89 301.99 9.63 1,429.97 2,099.46 2,632.96 75.00 223.97 824.42 425.00 162.66 49.75 4.54 171.53 117.11 164.55 106.45 35.00 57.76 85.23 100.20 25.00 500.35 1,500.00 1,435.00 6,500.00 4,786.05 30.00 11.97 189.75 4,692.00 81.44 765.18 1,531.54 16,178,16 15,000.00 12,500.00 200.00 -21- Interest Transferred to Trust and Investment Funds Dog Licenses Refunds on Taxes Cash on hand December 31, 1945 937.50 . 343.40 126.23 $208,091.08 91,378.74 $299,469.82 BALANCES TO REVENUE ACCOUNT Selectmen's Expense Selectmen's Supplies Assessors' Pay and Expense Assessors' Map Accountant's Expense Collector's Treasurer's and Town Clerk's Expense Tax Title Expense Clerical Expense Elections and Registration Town Hall Town Hall, Repairs Police Fire Department Wire Inspection Sealer of Weights and Measures, Expense Moth Department Spraying Machine (Moth Dept.) Tree Warden Forest Warden Forest Patrol Health Inspection of Animals Inspection of Slaughtering Care of Town Dump Highway Department Brush Cutting Snow Removal Road Machinery and Building $136.74 42.20 330.17 5.87 25.45 137.33 178.61 7.19 67.21 211.63 129.28 320.05 115.32 18.00 11.71 1.41 7.48 18.22 57.90 150.00 61.93 .03 57.00 16.26 82.58 51.60 37.49 30.49 -22- Guard Fences Depot Square (Art. 26) Highways, Chap. 90 (Art. 8 Gibson Road (Art, 27) ) Tonset Road (Art 28) Tar Kiln Road (Art. 29) Street Lights Traffic Signals Harbor Master's Expense Land and Wharf at Roek Harbor (Art. 14) Public Welfare Adm: Old Age As Aid to Dependent Children Adm. Aid to Dependent Children State Veterans' Benefits Schools Snow Library Parks and Pla To I ygrounds Ira Skake;and Cove Beaches (Art. 25 Miscellaneous Town Reports Court Orders Memorial and A Exercises rmistice Day. Massachusetts Safety (General Expense) Committee Massachusetts Safety Co M fief chuse Ss PPlies) mmittee (Fire Pietts Safety Committee Maae. State Guag Eg14pment Census 9 Expense ) To Bind Town Record Books Soldiers' Mon d Tomb Herring Brookment and Protectio Graves Shell fiak and Propagation of Interest Tow Anti -Rabic Treatmentnd Bends 9.00 2.68 .14 12.91 49.30 28.27 193.64 145.33 3.60 20.97 42.45 .80 164.05 25.00 30.00 1,161.75 24.95 70.11 85.03 25.00 176.03 25.00 100.00 37.34 245.68 191.12 21.45 64.27 7.89 35.45 45.55 40.00 5.00 199.65 65.00 50.00 $5,713.56 -23- BALANCES TO 1946 Paul P. Henson Gift (Moth) $25.00 Road Machinery Account 220.21 Federal Grants, O.A.A. 599.62 Adm. Federal Grants, O.A.A. 79.54 Federal Grants, A.D.C. 368.00 Adm. Federal Grants, A.D.C. 13.41 Clement Gould and Wife Trust Fund 15.05 Enlarging Elementary School, Plans, Estimates, etc. 500.00 Parking Lot, Ocean Beach (Art. 24) 79.16 To Purchase and Improve Parking Lot (Spec. Town Meeting June 25th) 62.04 Rationing Board Expense 150.84 Rehabilitation Committee Expense 150.00 Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund 46.74 Old Cemetery Expense (Center) 322.57 Old Cemetery Expense (E. Orleans) 199.80 $2,831.98 Estimated Bsceipts Estimated: Received: $52,700.22 M. V. Excise Tax $1,873.38 Refunds 189.75 Moth Assessment 757.82 Income Tax 14,820.00 Corp. Tax 8,041.27 Highway Fund 5,529.45 Meal Tax 681.89 Licenses & Permits 2,109.50 Commercial Revenue 19,837.28 (Charities 14,449.13 Soldiers' Benefits 68.00 Sale of Material 231.05 Refund Town Hall (Repairs 1944 7.50 Interest 459.56 Federal Grants Ochool Lunch 2,264.68 Unclassified 1,008.07 Bel. to Rev. 19,248.61 $72,138.58 $72,138.58 -24- CLASSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS Moderat sro Salary Richard Sparrow Snow $25.00 - Feb. 19, Appro. $25.00 Selectmen's Salaries LeRoy A. Nickerson $1,100 Op-Feb. 19 Alonzo W, Jones Tames Dickie 1,100.00 Appro. 1,100.00 $3,300.00 Traveling Expense Selectmen Expense 's Expee � Affidavits C. M. Est. $75'08 Feb Selectmen's Ass;. Dues 1.00 19, APpro. Publishing and Printing 28.20 113.26 Dec. 31, Bal. to 136.74 Rev. Selectmen's Supplies Dec - 31, Bald, to ,,,.cry $57.80 v. 42.20 Feb* 19, Appro. - $100.00 Assessors' Pay and Expense Assessors' payrol Traveling Ex 15 $930.0ssess and Stationery 38.76 -Feb. F 19, Appro. Recording Hooks 34.60 Abstracts 25.53 1.55 89.39 Dec. 31, Bal, to Rev. 330,17 $1,450.00 Arthur L Assessors' Ma Dec. 31, $aPato Rev. $994.1 p 5.87 Feb. 19, Appro. S 008 $1,000.00 $25.00 $25.00 $3,300.00 $3,300.00 $250.00 $250.00 $100.00 $100.00 $1,450.00 $1,450.00 $1,000.00 -25- Accountant's Salary Elmer C- Smith $800.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $800.00 $800.00 $800.00 Accountant's Expense Postage and Stationery $39.55 Feb. 19, Appro. $75.00 Typing 10.00 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. sa.;; 25.45 Recording 45.50 $75.00 $75.00 Safety Box Rent Collector's Salary Notary Expense (Oaths) Ralph W. Snow $809.37 Feb. 19, Appro. $1,050.00 Abbie F. Mitchell 240.63 .25 $1,050.00 $1,050.00 Treasurer's Salary Ralph W. Snow $254.37 Feb. 19, Appro. $330.00 Abbie F. Mitchell 75.63 $330.00 $330.00 Town Clerk's Salary Ralph W. Snow $185.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $240.00 Abbie F. Mitchell 55.00 $240.00 $240.00 Collector's, Treasurer's & Town Clerk's Expense P;stage Stationery $347.67 Recording 45.50 Typewriter Overhaul 10.00 Safety Box Rent 5.00 Notary Expense (Oaths) 2.25 Collector's and Treasurer's Assoc. Dues 2.00 Exchange Charge .25 412.67 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 137.33 $550.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $550.00 $550.00 -26- charley Care of Tax Title Expense Recording 8nilding fro - lends Notary Expense Publishing Notices $10.44 Feb. 19, Appm. 2.25 Puelt�°9 Sall 8.70 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 21.39 178.61 Transportation (Safe) 2.36 $200.00 Clerical Expense Vesta I. Delano �- Eleanor S. Blake $799.41 Feb 143.40 , 19, APPin. Dec- 31, Bal, to Rev. 942.81 $1,500.00 7.19 Town Hall Repairs $T955,0.00 Richard SParro dal Expel Gersholn D Hall Millard H. $35.Oi Feb Tibbetts 20.00 19 APpro. Dec, 143.50 26• Transfer $196,50 Elect10 Registrars Election Officers and Registration Notary End Station ery $149,1- 30.000 Feb. 19, APpro. Painting Flag Pole 50.00 Dec. 31• Bal. to Rep �� $232.79 $70.72 $300.00 charley Care of Towel Janito�' ThomP� Janitor n 8nilding fro - lends TelePhoa Supplies ne $167. o0 Feb. Puelt�°9 Sall 17.89 19, APpro. 124.63 laser$ Ice 125, 475.90 Transportation (Safe) 2.36 3.25 282.28 -27- Care of Grounds 21.90 Inspection of Boiler 5.00 Safe 63.00 $200.00 Transportation (Safe) 2.36 $1,288.37 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 211.63 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 Town Hall Repairs $200.00 Labor Painting Roof $5.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $200.00 Paint 4.41 Flag 7.45 $950.00 Flag Holder and Rope 1.26 Painting Flag Pole 50.00 Cord for Shades 2.60 $70.72 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 129.28 $950.00 $200.00 $200.00 Police $150.00 Police Duty $2,186.10 Feb. 19, Appro. $2,700.00 48.50 Traveling Expenses 8.80 Investigation and Inspection 158.15 $198.50 Telephone 6.80 Dog. Officer 19.60 License Book .50 $900,00 $2,379.95 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 320.05 $2,700.00 $2,700.00 Constables' Salaries Kenneth T. Young $50.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $100.00 $300.00 Henry A. Perry 50.00 $100.00 $100.00 Fire Department Janitor (Fire Station) $151.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $2,600.00 Payrolls, Fires 602.75 Payroll Annual Salaries 462.50 Firemen's $1,600.00 Expense 180.00 Duty at Circus 9.00 Labor, Grounds, Station and Hydrants 177.79 -29- Express 3.22 Printing 2.85 Publishing Moth Notices 15.00 Small Supplies 2.51 $2,498.59 Dec. 31, Bal, to Rev. 1.41 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 Purchase of Spraying Machine (Article 23) -28- Apparatus, Upkeep Travel 187.33 Express 2.00 Batteries 10.65 Battery Charging Rack 60.76 Gasoline and Oil 7.68 Alcohol 28.13 First Aid 12.00 Supplies 17.06 Fuel 10.80 Lighting and Power Repairs to Building 123.63 98,77 Telephone Insurance" 43.11 231.48 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $2484.68 $1,425.00 115.32 $2,600.00 Charles Wire Spector O• ThomPSO= 0Feb- Dec. 31, Bal, to Rev. F 19, Appro. 32.00 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 $ $25.00 June 8, Gift $ Sealer Weight, $50.00 Charles F, Moore aria 'Me8S111'e8 Salary $25.00 $100.00 $� Feb' 19, APPro. Sealer We1g'hts and Traveling Ex M Expense Equipment $2 - --- 'e8, Egpens Dec. 14.29 Feb. 19, Appro. 31, Bal, to Rey $700.00 $100.00 P Payrolls, Truck 2 203.75 $50.00 Emile A Moth Depa A. 011ivier, (SU Payro l ) _rtIIIexit Payrolls, Tabor Ine Trucks $501.75 516.60 Feb. 19 III Pnsectici t 589.38 Appro. oil and Gasoline 745 68 42,56 -29- Express 3.22 Printing 2.85 Publishing Moth Notices 15.00 Small Supplies 2.51 $2,498.59 Dec. 31, Bal, to Rev. 1.41 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 Purchase of Spraying Machine (Article 23) e $681.78 Dec. 31, Bat, to Rev. 18.22 $50.00 $700.00 $700.00 Forest Warden - Henry Wr en P(Salary) $25.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $450.00 $50.00 Payrolls, Fires 89.85 Payrolls, Brushing Fire Lanes 216.10 Equipment 61.15 $392.10 $2,500.90 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 57.90 $450.00 $450.00 G. A. Stackhouse $ $1,364.12 Feb. 19, Appro. $ $1,425.00 Labor 1 18.40 Track 1 10.00 Spray Gun 2 25.00 $1,417.52 $2,606.00 D Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 7 7.48 $1,425.00 $ $1,425.00 Paul P. Henson Gift $59.99 P For C Collection of Moth Nests Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 $ $25.00 June 8, Gift $ $25.00 $25.00 $ $25.00 $50.00 Tree Warden Payrolls, Labor $ $458.40 Feb. 19, Appro. $ $700.00 $100.00 P Payrolls, Truck 2 203.75 Gasoline 4 4.05 $100.00 E Equipment 1 15.58 -30- Forest patrol Dec. 31' Bal, to Rev. $150.00 Feb, 19, A -PPro. $150.00 General Ex Health Burying Cat enseI Record Book $.50 Feb. 19, APPro. & Destroying Dog 5.50 Pre School -� Henry A. W ite,CM D Nurs' Lau rQ D Service. R, N ' Bowles, Virginis NR. X. E' Ynolds $1,305.00 Tel pho SuPAlies 123.26 Car (E ne 10.38 Garage Rene) 45.57 104.68 Retal Statistics. Porti Reporting Deaths .50 $8.68 $50.00 $1,624.89 Dep• 31, Sal, to Rev. $100.00 $1,688.07 $150.00 Care of Town Dump ROy F• $1,750.00 Richards0nnspection of Ani>nals Dec• 31, Sal to Rey`9? Feb. 19, Appro. (Caretaker) $480.00 $60.00 LeRo3 pectioll of F. Richards Ell anghterin g $43.00 �\ $43.00 Feb. 19, APPro. -31- Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 57.00 $100.00 Rental Road Machinery 98.00 $100.00 $100.00 $150.00 Care of Town Dump $150.00 Herbert W. Smith $700.00 (Caretaker) $480.00 Feb. 19, Appro. Payrolls. Labor Burning 176.80 Nov. 1, Transfer 120.00 Bulldozer (Grading) 135.63 $1,750.00 Small Supplies .53 Lunch at Fire 10.78 $803.74 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 16.26 $820.00 $820.00 Anti -Rabic Treatment Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $50.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 Highways Norman C. Hopkins, (Surveyor) $715.25 Feb. 19, Appro. $5,000.00 Payrolls, Labor 1,987.05 Payrolls, Trucks 1,173.08 Highway Material 712.54 Equipment & Repairs 94.96 Gasoline and Oil 34.48 Supplies, Lumber, etc. 54.38 Rental, Road Machinery 101.00 Sawing Wood 17.50 Use of Trestle 12.20 Painting Sign 6.00 Tools 6.20 Express 2.78 $4;917.42 $1,750.00 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 82.58 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $60.00 Highways, Chapter 90 Payrolls, Labor $306.80 Jan. 1, Balance $488.07 Payrolls, Trucks 205.60 Feb. 19, Appro. 11.93 Stone 191.97 From Comm. 499.85 Road Oil 448.54 From County 499.85 $60.00 Freight 178.95 $100.00 Rental Road Machinery 98.00 T5e of T -32_ -33- restl Trans, of e Roller 32.20 Guard Fences 37.50 Payrolls, Labor Dec $56.70 Feb. 19, Appro. $200.00 Lumb 31, Bat. to Rev. $1,499-56 Posts er 99.70 0.00 Truck 3 - 14 4.60 $1,499.70 $1,499.70 $191.00 Brush Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 9.00 Payrolls, Labor Cutting payroll Trucks $194.90 Mowing' $200.00 $zoo.00 69.00 Feb' 19, Appro. $500.00 To Purchase Oil Heater (Article 21) 184.50 D,var Sales & Machinery Dec' 31, Bal. to Rev, $448.40 Co. $175.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $175.00 t $175.00 $175.00 $500.00 Depot Square, To Oil (Article 26) $500.00 Payrolls, Labor $31.25 Feb. 19, Appro. payrolls. sri0w R,elri°Val $100.00 payrolls, T Labor Road Oil 57.57 Bulldozer rucks $1.269.37 Sand 3.50 Sand 2.026.55 Feb. 19 Appro. $2 000.00 Rental of Loader 5.00 BquiP�nt 35:00 Dec. 26, Transfer 1,676.91 Repta o OhlorddRepairs 235.24 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $92.68 S1ual11gupP9eser 18.23 $100.00 $100.00 13.50 Gibson Road, To Oil (Article 27) Dec. 31, �1• to Rey $3 7.28 ` Payrolls, Trucks $185.75 74.75 Feb. 19, Appro. $550.00 37.49 Road Oil 259.09 Sand $` -� Rental of Loader 10.00 lusuran Road 141 $3,676.91 Spiuragce cq TT flding aChinery and Building Dec. 31, Bat. to Rev. $512.91 $550.00 actor $23.68 g D 30.88 Feb. 19, Appro. $200.00 $550.00 $550.00 ec. 31, ` Tonset Road, To Oil Article 28 Ball to Rey $130.51 Payrolls, Labor $378.90 Feb( 19, Appro.) $1,100.00 Payrolls, Tivcks Road Oil 161.20 $200,00 Sand 460.60 00 0 15.00 R Oad i<T Rental of Loader 35.00 bee. 31, Bal 8�h1` Account Dec. 31, Dal. to Rev. $1049.30 to 1846 $\ aa Rentals n' I, Balance $133.00 $1,100.00 $1,100.00 $220.21 -35- -34- Wharf at Rock Harbor Tar Klhl Road Gift of H. C. Bonnell (Article 14) (Article 29) payrolls La Payrolls, $550•p0 Survey Recording $3.003 Feb. 19, Appro. $60.00 Trucks $169.25 Feb. 19, Appro. 0! il Sand 75.90 Rental of Loader 259.08 7.50 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $39.03 20.97 10.00 Dec• 31, $60.00 $60.00 gal• to geV $521,73 Town Wharves 28.27 - 5 0 Payrolls, Labor Lumber $206.45 Feb. 19, Appro. $400.00 $550.00 193.55 Cape & Street Lights Co, Vineyard $400.00 $400.00 Electric 1p000 Public Welfare 54,506.36 Feb. 19, Appro, Dec• 31, §� Various Persons Board and Care � §934.43 Feb. 19, Appro. §2,000.00 gal to Rev. Rev. 36 Trans. to Taunton 918.00 25.00 193.64 _ $ 4, 7p 00� Cleaning House Trans. to Dump 29.60 4.00 $4,700.00 Traveling Expenses 21.82 Cape & Postage & Stationery 24.70 , Vinegar•affic Signals Pay rolls d Electric -� 00 §500' Dec. 31, Be]. to Rev. $1,957.55 42.45 Tr ff. Me Li $239.86 Feb. 19, APPYO• afpi Lslies) Repair Line $2,000.00 $2,000.00 Reply s Paint 73.90 chig 27.45 Old Age Assistance gtllbs 4.96 8.50 Various Persons $15,000.00 Feb. 19, Appro. Nov. 14, Trans. $12,000.00 3,000.00 31, gal t4 Rev. $�- 00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 145 3500 Adm. Old Age Assistance $500.00 Charles Rarbor UO Postage & Stationery Expenses $69.85 Feb. 19, Appro. 23.85 $100.00 R R c Master Salary hardsOII 350 Printing 5.50 5000 Feb. 19, Appro' 560' Dec. 31, Rai. to Rev. $99.80 $50.00 Payrolls Rarbor $100.00 $100.00 Master's Expense P 00 Mortgage Pan�Labor n es) $100 Bond Refunds 0. A. A. d cbain $18.25 Feb. 19, APPrO• commonwealt $47.77 Sept. 13, Received 143.30 Dee � 7 31, gal. to Rev. $96.40 00 3� §100 $100.00 ME Federal Grants $13.41 71.65 p,w.�.. Dec. 31, Bal. to Est. Rec $123.88 $13.41 Clement Gould & Wife Fund $143.30 $35.05 Federal Grants 0. A. A. $1,500.00 Various persons Jan. 1, Balance $12,645.20 Oct. $3'32995 18, Refund Dec. 31, Transfer 71.65 g g15.35 Grants 66.89 — Dec. 31' T'a1• to 1946 $12'645.20 $500.00 599.62 � ,4 $13,244.82 $13,244-82 1 Adm. Federal Grants 0. A. A. Travej1 Expense $500.00 g Expen Legal l gl"o ' Balance $235.00 19143 $3Zg49 e o Clerk Grants $150.00 Forms 54.00 .25 $1,500.00 Dec. 31, Bal, to 1946 $ $1,500.00 79.54 Schools $463.91 Payrolls Aid to Dependent $963.91 Children Feb. 19, Appro. $435.95 $'p000 Feb. 19, Appro. Dec. 31, 8a1. Sept. 24, Refund to Rev $435.95 164.05 6 $56,4 24.95 $600.00 Adfi. Aid to Dependent Children Dee• 31, 00 Bal. to Rev. $25.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $ O9 $25.00 Federal Grants A. D. C. e� 31, Bal. $100,00 8 100' to 1946 Jan. 1, Balance $= Grants 0 0 $368.00 $368 -37— Adm. Federal Grants A. D. C. Jan. 1, Balance $13.41 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 $13.41 p,w.�.. $13.41 $13.41 Clement Gould & Wife Fund Hospital Care $20.00 Jan. 1, Balance $35.05 $20.00 $1,500.00 Dec. 31, Hal, to 1946 15.05 50.69 $35.05 $35.05 Hospital Care (Free Bed) Article 6 66.89 Various Persons $105.50 Feb. 19, Appro. $500.00 $10.5.50 66.47 Dec. 31, Bal. to Hospital 394.50 $500.00 $500.00 State Aid Cash Aid $120.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $150.00 $120.00 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 30.00 $1,500.00 yrou.uu p,w.�.. Veterans' Benefits Cash Aid $154.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $1,500.00 Deferred Taxes 50.69 Fuel 66.89 Groceries & Provisions 66.47 $338.25 Dec. 31, Bal, to Rev. 1,161.75 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 Schools ExperWed $56,486.13 Feb. 19, Appro. $56,500.00 Sept. 24, Refund 11.08 Dec. 31, Ba l. to Rev. $56,4 24.95 '511.08 $56,511.08 N. B. See Supt's Report a" To En]a'ge Elementary School (Plans, etc.) Dec. 31. 8a1, to 19 . ;500• $500 . , ras $500.00 Librarla Salary SnOW Library Book F-uo s &n 13 ridi Work $632.90 Feb. 19, Appro. Lightin 11.73 Labo4ace 99.90 Labor & C 19.96 sty Of Small lnstructlo rounds 96.65 Suppli Repairs n 16.84 2.90 Dep• 31, $al. to Rev. $9789 7o.11 $1 -39- Mowing (S. Orleans Park) 30.00 $1,429.97 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 85.03 $1,515.00 Parking Lot At Orleans Beach (Article 24) Payrolls $474.05 Feb. 19, Appro. Trucking 64.00 Grading 308.00 11'p0000 Lumber and Supplies 590.07 Cinders 125.00 Plumbing and Supplies 250.07 Wiring, Labor 9.00 Electrical Supplies 18.39 Cement Mixer and Sand 7.50 Tile 12.72 Cement Blocks 22.00 Use of Trestle 20.00 Flags 14.50 Painting Sign 10.00 Insurance 70.54 $1 000.00 Sno ,000.00 Books °j Libra 1;bdtngS D`cense Refunds s20 ;,98 S'nal1� Grolui $244.78 Nov. 19, Voted Women's Club 3 SupAli sepairsds 3.00 20.65 2.91 9.90 $90109 $301.99 Snow g an ooks Trans aly Trust Fund d R'nding nsferred to TcWn 1809 Jan. 1. Balance ;819 $9.63 sekss• Labor Parks & Playgrounds 51yo1 $� e� $1.318.4 F b. 19, App"O. $1, n palnturaphsMOwer 11.30 81g, 3.00 MoW(hg ($a 1 Park) 21.00 19.00 $1,995.84 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 79.16 $2,075.00 $1,515.00 $2,075.00 $2,075.00 To Purchase & Improve Land at Ocean Beach Special Town Meeting June 25 June 25, Trans. $2,695.00 Walter H. Mayo $2,500.00 Surveying 24.75 Lumber 80.98 Recording 2.03 Labor 25.20 $2,632.96 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 62.04 $2,695.00 To Improve Cove and Skaket Beaches Bulldozer Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $75.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $75.00 25.00 $100.00 $2,695.00 $100.00 $100.00 -40- Insurance and Bonds Insurance: Miscellaneous gmen's Office Paiutiu Machine$ Feb. 19, Appro. 25.00 13 o eia m Co p. Bonds 32.90 Bounty y 0 Seals Collectors L�bero 13 rewsteroan Rounds Sept ToeµaneT�s 127.50 19-35 DeputyCCok's Collector's 375.00 7.50 5.00 $400.00 Town Reports Dec $824.42 31, 1341. $274.42 35.00 Feb. 19, Appro. May 10, Transfer 11, Transfer Cape & Miscellaneous Tc3eacon Rockrd El. Co wrl . overhaulal harbor $34 20 Office Paiutiu Machine$ Feb. 19, Appro. 25.00 Notary s 32.90 Bounty y 0 Seals ?762 20 L�bero 13 rewsteroan Rounds 5.00 2.20 d Orlearl, Dec. 31, 19-35 13x1, to Rev. $223.97 The Goss Print $400.00 Town Reports Dec 31, 1341. $425.00b. to Ref $425. 19, Appro. bee, ee, 31 Bal. to Rev, Court Orders =� Feb. 19, Appro. Teleph $100.00 M�Generaj Ren ° 'rie Radto E Committee Dec 21, $47-25 250 Jan. 1, Bal. 841 t0 Rev. Refund $49.75 \= $295.43 -41- es 12.68 Mass. Safety Committee Medical Supplies Jan. 1, Balance $183.62 $725-00 Mar. 12, Refund 7.50 69.89 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. §191.12 28.53 §191.12 $191.12 Mass. Safety Committee � Fire Fighting Equipment 4•¢2 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $21.45 Tan. 1, Balance $21.45 $21.45 $21.48 $400•p5 Mass. State Guard Expense Telephone $4.54 San. 1, Balance $68.81 $4.54 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 64.27 $68.81 _ _.$68.81 Rationing Board Expense Jan. 1, Balance $172.37 Postage &Stationery $18.42 Feb. 19, Appro. $150.00 Telephone 102.34 Printing 10:00 $¢6� p0 B veR•e t & Expen Mail 2.32 Electrical $171.53 Dec. 31, Bal, to 1946 150.84 $45800 §322.37 $322.37 $10060 Rehabilitation Committee Expense Jan. 1, Balance $150.00 $1,00 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 616 Census for 1945 Feb. 19, Appro. $125.00 saBS 43 Whing 3.48 Trucking 2.50 $¢56.OA T Typewriter Overhaul 9.79 Feb. 19, Appro. $125.00 saBS 43 saBS 43 1.678,91 DOver]$ le to rve $_ 1g- $2,500.00 Labor Cometeries & Tomb Mowing _ D $32.00 b. 19, Appro. ec. 31, Bal, to Rev. $74,45 $120.00 Labor Soldiers, 0nument &Graves D"c 31, Bal. to Rey- Feb. 19, Appro. $75.00 Labor on Cemetery Perpetual Care & Oraves $53.2 Oct. 3, Transfer -43- -42- Listing $117.11 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. $117.11 7.889 9 $100.00 $125.00 To Bind Town H• S• Horne & Record Books Co, H. M. . e Seal &.' Inc $60.74 Feb. 19, Appro. 0. 22.00 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev, $ 1.50 35.45 $200-00 $200.00 Traasfer Reserve Fund lnanrance� Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 and egal °EiTOV11 Dun 99,42 Feb' 18, Transfer p Snow Rem° 14850 al $300.00 1.678,91 DOver]$ le to rve $_ 1g- $2,500.00 Labor Cometeries & Tomb Mowing _ D $32.00 b. 19, Appro. ec. 31, Bal, to Rev. $74,45 $120.00 Labor Soldiers, 0nument &Graves D"c 31, Bal. to Rey- Feb. 19, Appro. $75.00 Labor on Cemetery Perpetual Care & Oraves $53.2 Oct. 3, Transfer -43- $108 00 $53.26 Dec. 31, Bal, to 1946 46.74 $100.00 $100.00 $125.00 Old Cemetery, East Orleans Labor $98.70 Feb. 19, Appro. $300.00 Filing Saw 1.50 $200-00 $100.20 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 199.80 $300.00 $300.00 Old Cemetery, Center Labor $10.00 Jan. 1, Balance $57.80 Traveling Expenses 32.37 June 25, Transfer 350.00 Legal Expense 40.00 Recording 2.86 $2,500.00 $85.23 Dec. 31, Bal. to 1946 322.57 $407.80 $407.80 Herring Brook Edw. H. Higgins, Caretaker $25.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $30.00 80 $25.00 $2,5p0, Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 5.00 $30.00 $30.00 $120'08 Protection & Propagation of Shellfish Payrolls, Labor $125.50 Feb. 19, Appro. $700.00 Quahog Seed 273.75 Lumber & Supplies Gasoline & Oil 17.13 24.30 $120.00 Boat Hire 15.00 A. F. Smith & Sons Supplies 13.55 0 Bags 4.50 $16.00 Printing and Publishing 23.25 $500.35 Dec. 31, Bal. to Rev. 199.65 $75 UO $700.00 $700.00 $108 00 -44— Shellfish Constable's Salary — Expense Elmer R. Darling � $1,500.00 Feb. 29, Appro. $1.500.00 � - $1,500.0p $1,500• erst BOUd issaeInterest Town Notes & Bonds end Bond Issue $1.050.00 Feb. 19, Appro. $1,500.00 385.00 Dec. 31, Bal to Rev. $1,435.00 00 i $1,500.00 $ Alar.l Retirement Town Bonds Oct. �nd BOnd Issue $1,500.0Feb. 6.500. $ p0 st Bond lssue 19. Appro. 5,000.00 $6,500.00 $� act. 1 First IsBUe� Hi Reduction gh School Bonds $5,000.00 Dec. 31, J . 1, Balance $60,000 -p0 Balance $5 51,000,1 $60,000.00 Mar• 1, �epud Issue $so,�sp9 R'eductioh , High School 'Bonds 31, Bal $1— Jan. 1, Balance $20,p00.00 ante $1,500 -0 -0 luveat>ne $aq ut 2 o p oe ' poWar Fiiids—Cash & Securities Rehabilitation Fund Jan. 1, Balance $15'000.00 Feb. 19, Trans. 1 00 GOV. Bonds $30,000• Earnings: $31391 Jan. 1, Balance —45— Interest 1945 567.06 $880.77 Dec. 31, Balance $30,880.77 $30,880.77 Street Light Fund Dec. 31, Interest Trans. to Town $50.59 Balance $2 550.59 Dec. 31, $50.59 Dec. 31, Balance 2,517.16 $2,567.75 $2,567.75 Clement Gould and Wife Fund Jan. 1, Balance $5,352.66 Dec. 31, Int. 1945 107.57 Dec. 31, Balance $5,460.23 $5,460.23 $5,460.23 Clayton Mayo Fund Jan. 1, Balance $10,000.00 Jan. 9 10,000.00 Aug. 10 2,500.00 Gov. Bonds $22,500.00 Earnings: Jan. 1, Balance $125.21 Interest 1945 377.29 Dec. 31, Balance $23,002.50 $502.50 $23,002.50 $23,002.50 Mary Celia Crosby Fund Jan. 1, Balance $5,264.18 Dec. 31, Interest 52.77 Dec. 31, Balance $5,316.95 $5,316.95 $5,316.95 Snow Library Fund Jan. 1, Balance $9,426.68 Dec. 31, Interest 168.65 —46— Dec. 31, Balance $9,595.33 $9,595.33 Elizabeth Twin$ Wake Fund SnOW Library Dec. — 31, Balance Jan. 1, Balance $254.18 Dec. 31, Interest $254.18 Oct. 3, Cemetery perpetual Care Fund Trans. to ToWn Jan. 1, Balance D $100.00 Nov. 26, Added ec• 31, Balance 1 0 Dec. 31, Interest $2,035.61 lnves Sect'R1ent yds, cashd Trust P.1, . itia & DAer ops. State Tax O' 41, e Resei'arks kes, Aoalt Ils Cor tra Summary $78,963,18 1110 $78, $ $250.00 4.18 $1,807.25 200.00 28.36 $ $30,88' 2.517.61 0 23,002.5 5,460.23 5,316.93 9,595.9 254.18 1,93561 63 18 Revenue §78,9 142 $133,291.98 Account 8.76 46 ,2.00 $9.15 P1 r St. k• & 00.p0 Poll Bal. Approps. 8000. Trans. E & D ,0 765 18 Levy Real Estate 89,593 05 1 531.54 Est Per Property 70022 Receipts 52 -47— County Tax 15,369.45 Adjustment 2.89 Overlay 2,779.93 $158,547.21 $158,547.21 Bal. Approps. 5,713.56 Bal. to E. & D. $24,962.17 Bal. Est. Rec. 19,248.61 $183,509.38 $183,509.38 Excess & Deficiency Account Transfer $27,545.00 Jan. 1, Bal. $71,978.88 Taxes, Trans. to Tax 121.28 Tax Title Redemp. 583.18 Title Acct. $27,666.28 Tax Titles Disclaimed 14.16 Dec. 31, Bal. 69,872.11 Bal. Revenue Acct. 24,962.17 $97,538.39 $97,538.39 Summary Revenue Accounts Dec. 31, Cash on Hand $91,378.74 Tax Titles 236.74 751.11 Tax Possessions Taxes, Real Estate 1944 1,788.31 Taxes, Real Estate 1945 7,306.54 Taxes, Personal Property 1945 271.43 M. V. Excise Tax 1945 101.09 Moth Assessment 1944 8.10 Moth Assessment 1945 39.05 Out of Town Fires 123.00 240.00 Public Welfare Old Age Assistance, Comm. 1,986.41 Old Age Assistance, 283.57 Other Cities & Towns 150.00 State Aid Aid to Dependent Children (Comm. Underestimated County Tax 808 71 Fed. Tax Deduc. (Last Quarter) 1,779.26 Sale of Real Estate Fund 4,608.16 Balances to 1946 Overestimate St. Pks. & Reservations 2,831.98 26,90 Tailings Account 2,547.88 Overlay 1944 1945 1,943.91 Overlay 17,913.55 Overlay Reserve 987.85 Tax Title Revenue 101.09 M. V. Excise Tax Revenue 47.15 Special Assessment Revenue Departmental Revenue Excess & Deficiency (Surplus Revenue) 2,867.83 69,872.11 $105,557.65 $105,557.65 —48_ Net F Funded Debt Blgh $drool Building I oan $73,500.00 $43,500.00 1 wish to $73.500.00 $7 or lion oY1De rt thank n al Bil Sghoutf theeYear, by the early P es0� Respectfully submitted, BWER C. 81121TH, Town Accountant —.49— REPORT OF STATE AUDITOR To the Board of Selectmen: Mr. LeRoy A. Nickerson, Chairman, Orleans, Massachusetts Gentlemen: I submit herewith my report of an audit of the books and accounts of the town of Orleans for the period from April 2, 1944, to Alai, 21, 1945, made in accordance with the pro- visions of Chapter 44, General Laws. This is in the form of a report made to me by Mr. Berman B. Dine, Assistant Director of Accounts. Very truly yours, THEODORE N. WADDELL, Director of Accounts. Mr. Theodore N. Waddell, Director of Accounts Department of Corporations and Taxation, State House, Boston, Sir: In accordance iritlt your instructions I have made an audit of the books anti accounts of the 'Down of Orleans for the period from April 2, 1944, the date of the previous audit, to :flay 21, 1945, and report thereon as follows: The reeords of financial transactions of the several de- partmcuts receiving or disbursing money for the town or c;onnnitting bills for collection were examined and checked. The books and accounts in the town accountant's office were examined and checked in detail. The recorded receipts were verified by comparison with the treasurer's books and With the reeords of the several departments making the original charges. The disbursements as recorded were checked with the selectmen's warrants authorizing the treasin•er to disburse town funds and with the payments as shown by the treasurer's books. The appropriations voted by the i ow n as shown by the town clerk's records were checked to the accountant's ledger. The ledger accounts were analyzed, and a. balance sheet, which is appended to this report, iA as prepared showing the financial condition of the town on May 21, 1945. l�( I m III lit Lei Flu ohli it l ,!III pig o u II —so— The books and accounts of the town treasurer vere e1 and coin and checked• The recorded retie! tts were anal Yy and compared with the records of the clef aatments 'talon, urer wets to the treasurer, while the part tints by the trees nrcrThe a checked Pa with the selectmen's warrants. t ver Were tthtfi d ents Oil sontt�ith the maturing amounts s fallinEeclte and w' The Cash bucelled securities on file. tee'I urea's cash balane additions were verified, and the cop. h ciliation ofiiceank oftdePos t balance with aostateme it furn>sl tithe The , and by actual count of the cash itlt, securities till' of the °rote£ the taut andlinc b tmetrtofunds in the onstoil come Was pr reed surer were examined and listed. T�'•fieJ wero,ch Thp ek��j cords f and taxi titles held by the town were exat t° e t coi11Pere(1 he amounts added to the tax title t(c titl`' 1Polermetl lVepo t1•ith the c'olli ctor's records, the tn`on t�,• iIRtIP(I �,, eliee ded 1 ,t 1, Iti1 �l'1 11 the receipts as recur a,id At ldl ,,,)p Itnil llOuh, the I'ore('IwIlliesFverc verifl ?d' the 1'4!lllf H �Il llflllil 11'ere litiled and reconciled tt'1th All lit N�1 e> a• i �tfl'. etc wee, S. o, 111r1� 1110 �11)t1�iN Illhl geeollllts of the tax Celle 'tlt,etlt n,aU 0, 1iiIII1�5�lflllli�`III tll ih(liltimeTllfeOle 1. .0 11 i,1 th'. 1111'll�,' i111d ill( imill rilllrlll Quunuituu`nt 1lstgsassot5 eoty� ni {` rnnrilrll rlilh the 1eiurluts of the it ` {ed, tit th' "All,�l• ilt'1'111116 I'or P(111Petlpil, to foe ed ce ,',,, Vi boobs „ire che`hte,lt` 'r'i,j )I(! 1'11111 (lol''ti epll( ('tor !that t tttrt'ti,•d'' Jill' the I ev 11cs. the ba. e ,o( d G (tf a l,t,( it lit 111 )11(' ll'OtlNllrel rilllt2111t •' r(1, tell °Dd l,,,e`' {e ,I lll'1'i'h !111(1 the ill tl ,sgo1'S re('( (' Ji, U {d 11 {5 Pip t1U asst'' tPet V It11 tr 11C01111t5 1� .lt 1N11'l ll ncconnts• tat ' '( p, h o , l( ,o ,c departtnell ..`let•,ti� 11 ailed , (t 11t5ti1.11 (11)lr rrel' net an(I tlu s lcdr, of. d''I'o°l are(,uittil.nt t tlit (•ollvltittuettt. T1ie' ee`tit d ` 1 �Ip'r cheeJte(l. the ti n(t to (` St The altd lth Vol,(, were exanillere coulhnmttsttvcte �rt'i!`,,nt](1,`rpnl'fe —51— that the outstanding accounts, as listed, are correct. The financial records of the town clerk were examined and checked in detail. The records of town licenses and permits and of dog and sporting licenses were checked, the payments to the State being verified with the receipts on file and the payments to the town treasurer being compared wit(t the treasurer's cash book. The records of licenses and permits issued by the select- men and the health department were examined and checked and the payments to the town were verified. The surety bonds furnished by the several town officials required by law to furnish them for the .faithful performance of their duties were examined and found to be in proper form. The records of receipts of the sealer of weights and measures, as well as of the health, highway, school, and li- brary departments were examined and the recorded collec- tions were checked with the receipts as shown on the treas- urer's books. In addition to the balance sheet referred to, there are appended to this report tables showing a reconciliation of the treasurer's cash, summaries of the tax, assessment, tax title., and departmental accounts, as well as tables showing the transactions and condition of the trust and investment funds. For the cooperation extended by the various town offi- cials daring the progress of the audit, I wish, on behalf of my assistants and myself, to express appreciation. Respectfully submitted, IIERMAN R. DINE, Assistant Director of Accounts. •-50— The books and accounts of the tovn treasurer were. ex- amined and checked. The recorded receipts were analyzed and compared with the records of the departments making payments to the treasurer, while the payments by the treas- tnrer were checked with the selectmen's warrants. were Tverified buts on account" ccount of maturing debt and interest and with the cancelled comparison with the amounts falling due The cash book ad securities on file. urer's cash book additions were verified and the treat ciliation of balance on 14IaY 21, 1945 was proved b- recon the bank the bank balance with a statement furnished by office of deposit and by actual count of the cash in the The securities and savings bank books representing the investment of the trust and investment funds in the rnstod }' of the town treasurer were examined come was proved and the transfers n the town were verified. The records of and listed. The in and checked, T tax titles held by the town were eamined were compared with nthetlhs acl(led redeemed were collector' t0 the tax title',, ccount treasurer' a checked with s records, the tax titles tax titles nn habOok the rCC nd w the fst Osurespte as recorded alt the eonntant's led ere listed and were verified, and tine The books and reconciled with the ac- ined and checked iccolluts meats outst n n detail.of the tax collector were exaiu- andi taxes co cile snbsequeritaconbmntimP of the previous examination accounts f t the Warr nieiit I- w collection.�nts of the . , ere audited and re- The collector' assessors columittiu,; the u the treasurer 1) cash boo aPared and the aCIO lit tsle tortveere checkedhe the treats nd�the onhstah iassessors' be�ords abatements were cony the . the fleee C :nllllt311t °s le( accts were listed a�d reconciled iwith The C MillitlnpntO °nuts. It or as examined and is Of dOpartmoltal treasurer were coo the olltstan1.* ked• The accounts receivable the accoutlt R 'I c cl with the recorded payments to the ants 1Plj o1111tS 1c- treasurer' The otrtstc gCl•. ° listed s cash book, duel mental deep adiug to and reconciled with her of persons tvhoSo X1,1 h� sendhng noticasnto aen m' nar, es noney� to the town, and frill', the are' P1 Ie8 .On the b od it a Owing PP —51— that the outstanding accounts, as listed, are correct. The financial records of the town clerk were examined and checked in detail. The records of town licenses and permits and of dog and sporting licenses were checked, the Payments to the State being verified with the receipts on file and the payments to the town treasurer being compared with the treasurer's cash book. The records of licenses and permits issued by the select- men and the health department were examined and checked and the payments to the town were verified. The surety bonds furnished by the several town officials required by law to furnish them for the faithful performance Of their duties were examined and found to be in proper form. The records of receipts of the sealer of weights and measures, as well as of the health, bighway, school, and li- beary departments were examined and the recorded collec- tions were checked with the receipts as shown on the treas- urer's books. In addition to the balance sheet referred to, there are appended to this report tables showing a reconciliation of the treasurer's cash summaries of the tax, assessment, tax title, and departmental accounts, as well as tables showing the transactions and condition of the trust and investment funds. For the Cooperation extended by the various town offi- cials during the progress of the audit, I wish, on behalf of my assistants and myself, to express appreciation. Respectfully submitted, HERMAN B. DINE, Assistant Director of Accounts. —52— REPORT OF STATE AUDITOR State House, Boston, Mass. To the Board of Selectmen November 19, 1945 , Mr. LeRoy A. Nickerson Orleans, Massachusetts, ' Chairman Gentlemen: I submit herewith my report of an audit of the books and accounts of the town of Orleans for the cried from May ro 22 1945, to October 6 1945 made in accordance with the Provisions of Chapter 44, General Laws. This is in the form of e report made to nne by 111r• Herman B. Dine Assis- tant Director of Accounts. Very truly Yours THEODORE NT.'"rADDELL, Mr. Theodor Director of Accounts- Director of e N• Waddell, Department Accounts State Rouse CO1Foratimrs Sir: ' Boston. and axatiou, As du eey ed by you l have and acco MaY 22, 1945 °f the tow made an audit of the, hooks 1945, the the date Orleans for of The f- following report b °f the previ the period from for. est0 gal deFartmev Lions, as sub ottelt'thereeon: (S, to 1 The ounta o$ °mdrw ng bills f. oe disbursing �o e y boo nt ffice. boor ooks were examined and accounts and records in tlnc ollth the red bvnom eckso ul detailorTlne e ended receipts einal records in A he n with the warrantscautlnea. The several dePartasmeT's books and and Tbehn he orizingntheb reasure is were checked with tlic r to 'I'll oil th ' r8e town funds s�neraly nd approp ration ledger were treasurer, analyzed, bo -53— the necessary adjusting entries resulting from the audit were made, and a balance sheet, showing the financial con- dition of the town on October 6, 1945, was prepared and is appended to this report. An examination of this balance sheet indicates that the town is in very good financial condition. The books and accounts of the former treasurer were examined and checked in detail. The recorded receipts were analyzed and compared with the collector's records of Payments to the treasurer, with the records in the several departments in which charges originated or in which money was collected for the town, and with other sources from which money was paid into the town treasury. The record- ed disbursements were compared with the warrants author - izing the treasurer to disburse town funds and with the accountant's books. The cash book was footed, the cash balance on October 6, 1945, was proved by reconciliation of *the bank balance with a statement furnished by the bank in which town funds are deposited. The recorded payments on account of maturing debt and interest were compared with the amounts falling due and with the cancelled securities on file. The savings bank books and securities representing the investment of the trust and investment funds in the custody of the town treasurer were examined and listed. The income was proved and the transfer to the town was verified. The tax title deeds representing liens on real estate were listed, and the amount transferred to the tax title account was checked with the collector's books and with the records in the Registry of Deeds. The books and accounts of the former tax collector were examined and checked in detail. The taxes and moth assessments outstanding according to the previous examina- tion and all subsequent commitments were audited and proved to the assessors' warrants. The collections as posted on the commitment books were compared with the cash book collections and with the recorded payments to the treasurer as shown by the treasurer's cash book. The abatements as entered were checked with the assessors' record of abatements granted, and the outstanding accounts were listed. Verification of the outstanding tax and assessment accounts was made by mailing notices to all persons whose -54- names appeared on the books as owing money to the tow' and from the replies received it appears that the outst'll ing accounts, as listed, are correct. The total amounts outstanding on each of the severe) levies rs force and assessments were given to the board assessors tailed lists use in preparing the recommitment and do convenience all of the accounts Thence of the temporar - we prepared for the The departmental y collector, were examined and chea accounts recorded receipts ked. c °mmitted for collecd° treasurer pts were The charges were proved, the Proved. ' and the ontstalndind with the payments to and The records g accounts were listed men, the ds of licenses and permits issued b the select amined analvn clerk, and to the to checked, and the health department were nd The ssuretere verified• payments to the State a formsh them surety ea of the officials re to ere amined and foun required by lax er In addition to d to be in Prep all other departments m n rendering the collect is mentioned, the records of in detail. bills for collecti g money for the tow Appended to on were examined and cheek° sheet, are tables showing in addition to the balan° cash 'nmaries Partmen of the a reconciliation of the treasur d do tal ansacti n's of as assessment, con n and tra well men tax title, and received engaged the trust showing the ad half received frorn th making the and investment fnu aPPreci mY assistant13' ans of the touvnrt'for wheat co-operation b at ion, and for myself, I wish to exnre Respectfully submitted, IIERMAN B• DINE Assistant Director of Accolln -55- RECONCILIATION OF TREASURER'S CASH Balance May 22, 1945 $ 54,160.77 Receipts May 22 to October 6, 1945 109,938.80 $164,099.57 Payments May 22 to October 6, 1945 $80,609.66 Balance October 6, 1945 — Cape Cod Trust Company, 83,489.91 $164,099.57 Cape Cod Trust Company General Account Balance October 6, 1945, per statement, $87,432.69 Deposit in transit. October 6, 1945 verified, 408.12 $87,840.81 Balance October G, 1945, per check register, $83,489.91 Outstanding checks October 6, 1945 per list, 4,350,90 $87,840.81 Old Age Assistance Account Balance October 6, 1945, per statement, $662.55 Outstanding checks October 6, 1945 per list, $662.55 Bond and Coupon Account Balance October 6, 1945, per statement, $218.75 Outstanding coupons October 6, 1945, per list, $218.75 Real Estate Taxes — 1943 Outstanding May 22, 1945, $740.48 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $688.53 I! i II i —56— Outstanding October 6, 1945, per list, 51.9.5 $740.48 Personal Property Taxes-1944 — Oustanding May 22, 1945, Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, Abatement May 22 to October 6, 1945, $2.70 .23 Beal Estate Taxes _ Outstanding MaY 22, 1945, 1944 Payments to treasurer M October 6 1945 ay 22 to Outstanding' October 6, 1945, per list $3 ' ,678.86 2,547.88 Outstanding Ma 9 Poll Taxes —1945 Payments to. treasur , 19 October 6, real 22 to Abatements May 2° to Outstanding October g O �ob r' 1945, $156.00 6.00 4.00 Person C O mobeent MaY 22 to roPerty Taxes ,1945 al 6, 19 Per ,ant October 6, 19� urrer MaY 22 to Abatements 1 October y 22 to Outstandi a $7,660.35 n� 0945, ctoer 6, 1945, per list, 33.08 1,500.48 $2.93 $2.93 $6,226.74 $6,226.74 $166.06 —57— Refunds May 22 to October 6, 1945, 4.05 Abatement and payment, adjusted, 1.13 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $59,999.10 Abatements May 22 to October 6, 1945 143.88 Transferred to tax titles May 22 to October 6, 1945, 53.55 Outstanding October 6, 1945, per list, 29,388.58 Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes-1945 Outstanding May 22, 1945 $152.17 Commitment May 22 to October 6, 1945, per warrants, 821.75 Refund May 22 to October 6, 1945 1.92 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945 - $952.30 Abatement May 22 to October 6, 1945 1.92 Outstanding October 6, 1945, per list, 21.62 Moth Assessments -1943 $166.00 Outstanding May 22, 1945, Payment to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, Moth Assessments —1944 $9,193.91 Outstanding May 22, 1945, Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $17.60 Outstanding October 6, 1945, per list, 27.42 R1s�at $9,193.91 CoOucmoibtemr e g M 22to° Taxes.145 Per warrant, $89,579.93 Moth Assessments —1945 Commitment Hay 22 to October 6, 7945, per warrant, $89,585.11 $89,585.11 $975.84 $975.84 $1.00 $1.00 $45.02 $45.02 $741.45 -58— 53.55 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, 012.67 Outstanding October 6, 1940, per list, $285.0 417.51 Sale price 31 22, 1945TH PO essions $741.45 Taxes on Estates $741 of Deceased Persons Commitment May 22 to 1.00 October 6, 1945, per warrant, Outstandin; October 1'7w9.94 6, 1945, per list, $144.67 Pistol, $144.67 Interest and Costs 33.00 on Taxes CoIlevy 1943 11.00 22 to October 6,1945 Interest of Costs Levy of 1944' $ 59.33 Levy of 1945" $ 1.75 111,45 18.00 1 .18 _ Payments to treasurer 42.50 Ala, 22 to $171-96 October 6, 1945, $62.25 $171.96 $62.25 Balance May 22, Tax Titl 1945 Tr e s tober Taxes 1 1945: titles Al $676.63 aY 22 to 45, Payments October 6, treasurer 111aY 22 to Balance October 53.55 6, 1945, Per list, 012.67 May 22 to October 6, 1945: 417.51 Sale price 31 22, 1945TH PO essions $ 4.00 "n excess Of value of as possessioneok $741 Payments to 1.00 tr Balance e 6, 194 surer MaY 22 to October 1'7w9.94 6, 1945, Per list $2,000,00 Pistol, 491,05 $730.18 $730.18 —59— Selectmen's Licenses and Permits Outstanding May 22, 1945, Licenses and permits issued $73.50 May 22 to October 6, 1945: Fish weir, $ 4.00 Ice cream manufacturing, 5.00 Innholder, 1.00 Junk, 10.00 Lodging house, 3.00 Pistol, 3.00 Sunday entertainment, 33.00 Sunday theatre, 11.00 Victualler, 1.00 Payments to treasurer May 22 October 6, 1945, Cash balance October 6, 1945: (Paid treasurer October 8, 1945) Shellfish Grants Outstanding May 22, 1945, Payment to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, TOWN CLERK Dog Licenses Cash balance May 22,1945, Licenses issued May 22 to Oct. 6, 1945: Males, 28 @ $2.00, $56.00 Spayed Females, 8 @ 2.00, 12.00 Females, 14 @ 5.00, 70.00 Payments to treasurer May 22 to Oct. 6, 1945, $2,491.05 Fees retained May 22 to Oct. 6, 1945, $2,491.05 A . $2.50 71.00 $73.50 $71.50 2.00 $73.50 $6.20 $6.20 , -41.00 $138.00 $179.00 $16(.20 1280 $179.00 -60, Sporting Licenses Cash balance : Licenses issued May o�' 1940 Mav 22 to Oct. G 1945 ; Seriri $o' "' IQo, 1 21 31 @ $2.00 $62,00 8 @ 2.00 16.00 H a 3.25, 26.00 7 @ 1'25 7' 8.75 6 C 1.50 9.00 9 2 @ 5.25, 10.50 Payments to Divisio Gfame May 22 to Oeti IIsheries and 139.00 Fees retained May 6, 1945 22t. ' Oct. 6, 1945 $127.25 17.00 TOWN OLZU Cash balance May 22, 1845 Licenses Licenses and , 1945, and Permits May 22 to Permits issued Oct. 6, 1945 Marriage, ; Shellfish, $12.00 281.50 Payments to Oct 6, 1945asu1•or 11aY 22 Licenses issued October Shellfish 7 to 20, 1945 pay to tress October 7 to 19 r cash Oct 2p 1� (Paid treasurer Oct 22,'1945) —61— Payments to treasurer 3lsy 22 to October 6, 1945, $55.00 Outstanding October 6, 1945, per list, 14.00 TOWN DOCK RENTALS Outstanding May 22, 1945, $55.00 Charges May 22 to October 6, 1945, 5.00 Payment to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $144.25 OUT-OF-TOWN FIRES Accounts Receivable Charges May 22 to October 6, 1945, $144.25 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES $39.50 Charges May 22 to October 16, 1945, Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 16, 1945, $31.96 Outstanding October 16, 1945, per list, 1.21 243.50 1 — $283.00 $283.00 $16.00 $10.50 5.50 Chas , 'n May 22 T2WN45xALL RENTALS $16.00 to Oeoto>ier G, 1945 $21.00 48,00 $69.00 HEALTH DEPARTMENT Licenses Cash balance May 22, 1945, Payment to treasurer October 20, 1945, TOWN NURSE Cash balance May 22, 1945, . $26.50 Collections May 22 to October 6, 1945, . 272.10 I'avments to treasurer May 22 October 6, 1945, $283.60 $69.00 $60.00 $60.00 $52.75 $52.75 $33.17 $33.17 $11.50 $11.50 $298,60 -62_ Cash balance October 6, 1945, 1:,.00 Cash balance October 7 $298.60 7 to Collections October ' 1940 17, 1945 $15'00 Cash balance October 17 8.00 1945, $23.00 PUBLIC $23.00 Charges lla Temporary Aid WELFARE 1) DEPARTMENT Payments to 2., to October g ants Receivable October 6, 1945, rarer rla'Y 22 to`', Outstandin $1,044.20 g October 6, 1945 Per list, 804.20 Aid $1,044.20 Outstand. Dependent Cbildreu� Chn.rges bla blay 22,1945 Accounts Receivable 2 t0 October 6,194b $78.55 Payments to treasurer October 6 49.25 Outstanding peta &IaY 22 to $127.80 6, 1945, . per list, $66.35 61.45 Old Age Asaista Out stand iu nee � $127.80 Gbarges llayj22to , 045 Ace rits able °u Receivable l'aymcnts to t0ber 6, 1945 $6,251.86 Ovtob Outstandiu6: 1 g45,urer 'flay 22 4,089.75 October 6, 1945 ]teto $833 . • $10,341.61 list, , 2,005.95 Outsta STATE $10,341.61. AID Out!g s Myl2a'l to pctol5is Re 01 bl e Staudiug Oc ci G, 19 tober 6, 19.15 45, $50.00 l) "r litit $120.00 $120.00 —63— SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Accounts Receivable Charges May 22 to October 6, 1945, $7,025.83 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $7,025,83 Cafeteria Collections May 22 to October 6, 1945, $73.73 $1,281.64 Payments to treasurer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $39.41 October 6, 1945, $1,101.76 Cash balance October 6, 1945, 179.88 Collections October 7 to 18, 1945, 4.13 $1,281.64 Cash balance October 7, 1945, $179.88 Collections October 7 to 23, 1945, 138.34 Cash on hand October 18, 1945, verified, 2.69 $318.22 Payments to treasurer $38.45 STREET LIGHT FUND October 7 to 23, 1945, Savings $318.22 LIBRARY DEPARTMENT Collections May 22 to October 6. 19.15, $73.73 Payments to treasnrer May 22 to October 6, 1945, $39.41 Cash balance October 6, 1945, 34.32 $73.73 Cash balance October 7, 1945, $34.32 Collections October 7 to 18, 1945, 4.13 $38.45 Payments to treasurer October 7 to 18, 1945, $35.76 Cash on hand October 18, 1945, verified, 2.69 $38.45 STREET LIGHT FUND Savings Deposits Total On hand May 22, 1945. $2,517.61 $2,517.61 On hand October 6, 1945, $2,542.78 $2,542.78 -64— Receipts Payments Income May 22 to October 6, 1945 $25.17 Added to savings deposits, $35.17 MARY CELIA CROSBY CHARITY FUND Savings On ]land Ma • Deposits Total On hand y 2",1945 October 6, 1945, $5+264.18 $5,264.18 Receipts $5,290.50 $5,290.50. Income, May 22 to October g Payments $26.32 Added a ,6, 1945 CLEMENT saving,, deposits, $26.32 COULD AND WIFE CHARITY FUND On hand Savings On hand I'tay 22 1945 Deposits Total October +6� I9'5 $5,352 Receipts $;5 06 $5,352.(56 pts 406.18 $5,406.13 Income, �y to Oeto Paymeuts $a3 "'2 Adele ber 6, 1945 OLAYTO N d to savings deposits, $.53.52 MAXO On Cash hand slay 22 79 4o aavings - ` r UNli Securities Deposits Oil baud Octob Par Value Total er,VI9 �5U0 $250 $20,250.21 Receipts $376;05 $20.000.00 i Bequest May 22 $1d2,87fi.0 to Income' $2,5D0,00 Oct 1,a:vments .1d l Ober 6, 1945 125.84 $�2 Cash ii oFsavitlRts deposits $125,.6 E Oetobeii ei1945reasm.y 3,500A0 $2,62,5.84 —65— SNOW LIBRARY FUND Savings Deposits Total On hand May 22, 1945, $9,676.68 $9,676.68 On hand October 6, 1945, $9,775.93 $9,775.93 Receipts Payments May 22 to October 6, 1945 Income, $99.25 Added to savings deposits, $99.25 CEMETERY PERPETUAL CARE FUNDS Savings Deposits Total On hand May 22, 1945 ' $1,807.25 $1,807.25 On hand October 6, 1945. $1,721.70 $1,721.70 Receipts Payments May 22 to October 6 1945 Withdrawn from savings Transferred to town, $100.00 deposits, $85.55 Income, 14.45 $100.00 $100.00 POST -WAR REHABILITATION FUND Savings Securities Cash Deposits Par Value Total On hand May 22 1945 $501.21 $30,000.00 $30,501.21 On hand October 6, 1945, $375.00 $502.94 $30,000.00 $30,877.94 Receipts Payments May 22 to October 6, 1945 Income, $376.73 Added to savings deposits, $1.73 Cash in general treasury October 6, 1945, 375.00 $376.73 $376.73 TOWN Or ORLEANS Balance Hheet — October 6, 1945 GENERAL ACCOUNTS Taxes on Estate, Tax Titles, Tax Possessions, Departmental: Temporary Aid, $804.20 Aid to Dependent Children, 61.45 Old Age Assistance, 2,005.95 State Aid, 120.00 Underestimate 1945: County Tax, Overdrawn Account: Highways— Chapter 90, Estimated Receipts to be Collected, 144.67 Federal Grants: 417.51 Aid to Dependent Children: Administra- 491.05 tion, $13.41 Aid, 308.00 $321.41 Old Age Assistance: Administra- tion, $120.70 Assistance, 1,631.13 2,991.60 Assets Liabilities and Reserves Cash, 2,073.24 $83,489.91 Federal Withholding Taxes, $909.25 Accounts Receivable., 808.71 State Assessments 1945, 2,405.14 Taxes: Overlays Reserved for Abatement of Taxes: 557.17 Levy of 1943: Sale of Real Estate Fund, 4,608.16 Real Estate, .$51.95 Levy of 1945, 2,192.10 Levy of 1944: Tailings, 29.90 Real Estate, 2,547.88 - Motor Vehicle Excise Tax, $21.62 Levy of 1945: Proceeds of Dog Licenses —Due County 116.40 Poll, $4.00 Taxes on Estates, 144.67 0 Personal Prop- Clayton Mayo Charity 14tnd : Departmental, 2,991.60 erty, 1,50038 Bequest for Investment, 2,500.00 Real Estate, 29,388.58 30,893.06 Post -War Rehabilitation Fund: 33,492.89 Income for Investment, 375.00 Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: Levy of 1945, 21.62 Trust Funds Income: Clement Gould and Wife Fund, $15.05 Moth Assessments: Snow Library Fund, 8.19 Levy of 1944, $27.42 Cemetery Perpetual Levy of 1945, 256.05 Care Funds, 42.24 283.47 65.48 01c\ I,ge Assistance Iieeoveiq, 143 30 Taxes on Estate, Tax Titles, Tax Possessions, Departmental: Temporary Aid, $804.20 Aid to Dependent Children, 61.45 Old Age Assistance, 2,005.95 State Aid, 120.00 Underestimate 1945: County Tax, Overdrawn Account: Highways— Chapter 90, Estimated Receipts to be Collected, 144.67 Federal Grants: 417.51 Aid to Dependent Children: Administra- 491.05 tion, $13.41 Aid, 308.00 $321.41 Old Age Assistance: Administra- tion, $120.70 Assistance, 1,631.13 2,991.60 1,751.83 2,073.24 Unexpended Appropriation Balances, 40,870.70 808.71 Reserve Fund— Overlay Surplus, 17,306.88 Overlays Reserved for Abatement of Taxes: 557.17 Levy of 1943, $51.95 Levy of 1944, 2,547.88 6,075.43 Levy of 1945, 2,192.10 4,791.93 Revenue Reserved Until Collected: - Motor Vehicle Excise Tax, $21.62 Special Assessment, 283.47 Taxes on Estates, 144.67 Tax Title and Possession, 908.56 Departmental, 2,991.60 4,349.92 I v I 1 -68- � O O N M b ti tVz GV to t- 92 I to ty va s5 ' � ~ m 1 ti m° 00 0 A Cq .goo ° n ti s� q q 'CS m Nq 'U U yN 2 91 Pff ya Cd Eyc'rn Swo q q �0.,FYi w w r m E °o p o SUP cc p9 ,0 0 ti Q I o Fy b F b Q � w� ° b p� —69— RECONCILIATION OF TREASURER'S CASH APRIL 2, 1944 TO MAY 21, 1945 Bal. April 2, 1944 Receipts April 2 t' , $62,421.85 Dec. 31, 1944, 167,422.63 $229,844.48 Payments April 2 to Dec. 31, 1944, Bal. Dec. 31, 1944, $138, 044,10 91,800.38 $229,844.48 Ra" Jan. 1, 1945 Receipts Jan 1 to May 21, 1945, Payments Jan. 1 to 33 Uay 21, 1945, May 21, 1945: Cape Cod Trust Co., $53,860.19 Cash in office, verified 300.58 $91,800.38 42,804.32 $134,604.70 $80,443.93 54,160.77 $134,604.70 Cape Cod Trust Company $al., May 21, 1945, — Per statement, $54,276.73 DePOSit in transit May $1945, credited 861.77 Y 22, 1945, $55,138.50 l3 P- May h 21 1945 ster O $53,860.19 Cutstandin checks May 1278.31 21, 1945, Per $65,138.50 138.u0 �S yl+, I + —70— COUNTY HEALTH REPORT HYANNIS, MASS. January 1, 1946 i, The regular work of the Barnstable County health Partment was carried on as usual for the year 1945• c1¢ >' Clatioll and twice during the he tC Pe °Cod eHealth CCouncil ltveB eb westing ryas held ear' !u the sprin and in the fall. Tli Inn Well attble t0 do y the weo tape he meetingsthveHyb th a others nded h boar y number werthe meeti g atdthefCa health of the coon Southeaste a Presen1119 Pe Cod Inn, an om attended ings were vrne y mterestineneral. good man speaks s ab °te m that in MaY 1948 ? °Yed by all Presentt iThe lnextdmeeting tig1� dnr•AU of e 4 inclu g the y ear an Res on the. Cape have been very itcd�d theriatg cancer, e d all of the regular clinics have bee" meetin tab °rculosis e' ear and throat crippled children' nil always. s'of the nurses hatle °beenchnferences. th ° °yQatiP ere ndlth�r( fanblen a consider iOlr « e were Paral able amount of enter died we were some ea Ysis) in the count during the P lnuni able a tray to nnate in th S rnstable County, b �ri adop The diseas the hos matter. One case, I 101, a Private w °nlY, ha�tal Otherwise, the use ty the hurrrica ut, anater supplies een found in the °0 d °no1', °n• T e regular last year eases resulted from the eel °et9 +' +: msPeebo melndework of aR before stated. aR it, ns> all • R, of eo the department has been csrt. at all t itary, ete estigattens the laboratory work, P Th el s Do 111, ndtou pea ak os oa t� ek yt hd To wntoffieials >a ll 8' als for their coast i A. P submitted, "OPP, M.D. County Health ova � —71_ REPORT OF PARK COMMISSION To the IIonorable Board of Selectmen: We, herewith, respectfully submit the Annual Report Of the Orleans Park Commission for the year 1945. The usual care was given Eldredge Park, Eldredge Small Park South Orleans Park, River, Cove and Rock Har- bor Beaches, as well as Skaket and Nauset Beaches. there, bull- dozer was employed at Skaket Beach to remove sedge and improve and enlarge the bathing area. At Nauset Beach, a new parking space was constructed, to replace the old parking areas destroyed eprov d the inadequate Of the previous winter. This parking space proved vote of the to care for the visitors at the beach, and by Town at a Special Town Meeting, we were authorized to Purchase from Walter H. Mayo two and eight tenths acres of land bordering the beach on the Southhis site, Beach Road. containing A new building was constructed on ur oses. toilets, two bath stalls, and ample room for storage undermined the The severe storms of this a eat andabea h meet, and a shoreline where the parking "rip-rap" or other suitable breakwater will have to a co - structed to prevent further erosion, as well as the tennis The ball field at Eldredge Park, Army and Navy by court, was mostly used this past summeThe ball field is in Personnel from the nearby camps' Poor condition and extensive repairs are needed there be- fore the field can be used to any advantage. fice, permission At the old cemetery near the P to take a strip Of from the State Legislature was granted Heath's Drug land ten feet wide from the Post Office to and it is con - store. The fence has been moved in ten feet, and other im- templated to have seats constructed there, public* Movements made for the convenience of the Owing o the termination. of World War II and the lift- . of the ban on gasoline, t is anticip ate beaches during larger attendance will be experienced at ration tvill be Te- the coming summer, and a larger aPPrOP quired this year to meet the emergency. Respectfully submitted, UNC+ ARTHUR J. gNOWLBS, RUDOLPH N. HOP m Park Commissioners For the Town of Orleans. -72 REI'011T OF TREE WARDEN To the Citizens of T January 14, 1946. 1 hereb • , h° TO1v11 of Orleans, 3 submit my report for the Scars and ripped Year 1945. wounds were treated and which caused ragged and ugl° trees were eared For. A Aro and other repairs on storm damaoeil for Program of that as ti,,, trees�adual substitution of desirable trees m1ution. Al asses this ould be set up and entered upon s lob of seeing h with this aoorkProblem will be in process the treesThe 1raee Qs k110 imore undeslrablettrees are should lanted• suitable of re st n rulnIds e n and n "19 to Plant a cold welcome suggestions lfon do type no of h ads. s th b for greateatim eons - Boll deratio1a m ge andeothertfactors must rba br dise r nutritlou .111 trees thi br disease the are nk that feeding is of the 1n!Portant tobh t his f °od0 all k.nds a trees being attackeV Qes, s in, Man cannot live 11Y taut to him and it is eg1111 Respectfully submitted, EMIT E A OLLIVIFR, Tree Warden M�K ,S EpoRT UpEROF To the H ENDENT r0wn 00norabi I� Crlean ° $oar 1 hereby sub pf Selectmen January 14, 1946' tell The ° $aatineavea, b APrihe ann11al reAor , B folloR� t$4u as Which Tos sornfi ewasev re, fre8 ll h growth that resulted —73— from an unusually warm March• This same frosbefore its it effects on the Gypsy Moth, killing o caterpillars already hatched and also de rlvin the young mm�her hatched of foliage to feed on, thus starving a great t de- af them. we mus Under present conditions in the woodlands the GYPsy Pend largely upon natural enemies to m 'loth. A measurable degree of success has gothstained e control of the Gypsy anti Brown T . 14415 This worm is veTh nFsillhWebbM' was numerous apPao° harm on host, as the plant has completed its seasonal growth o d ready t0 drop unsightly spraying with a its foliage in a few weeks. Cutting very high pressure is effective. developing seperal The war has been instrumental in of interest to new insecticides and fungicides which are erhaps the shade tree owners. DDT the new insecticlubli is py as a fly, "lost spectacular. It has received much P preliminary mosquito and louse killer for the armed forces. oenology and tests with DDT by the Federal Bureau Of En' control sbow Plant Quarantine on Gypsy and Codling Moths oteeted aga'1zs 1•emarkable results. Elm twigs have been pr °arrler of the Dutch FhnlDisease for aupeP d Bark 127 da 1, more exP Ue I use mentalfwork must be clone orenera wto°anemals, birds used on all plants or whether it is harmf111 in fine condition. The and beneficial insects. tmg thoth Superintendent tendenticanehave two maoh�idelys parated e same time making it possible to C0 outbreaks of infesta Parts of the tion, town in case of unespeeted Respectfully submitted, P 01"J1 tendent. EMILE A 410th S11perm -74— REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH FOR 1945 To the Citizens of the Town of Orleans: The coo appreciated. o poll reP01 ing alel asses of diseases stgc citi Chicken owing is a list featly Malaria of those reported: Mmnps 18 Scarlet F 1 Polio ever 2 Dog Bit 1 Four licenaeas 3 six for Recreational ree granted for d etc. usual, full eooPerationps. The To��n Nurse has given Cabins, and Your h le us n all matters pertaining to clinics, Ph�aicgan t ur a report can be mane ntagio d mportance of reporting to to the Board Of sHealth$t through him Respectfully submitted, LERO Y W JONES, Chairman JAMES DI RIE, ERSON, ORLE REpOR Board of Health, To the 11ou ANS FIRE T OF mentI h re cith ble Eoard of�ERARTMENT Build pi the ann cal report of the Fire Depart - rags F9. Ires Dui eY, Fires 1 Oil BP Flrea; 8 car nneer FireQ 5 P 6 g Boat 5 2 1 1 —75— 4 Out of Town Calls 33 Alarms Total $32,873.00 Value of buildings and contents involved $3,499.43 Loss on buildings and contents 10i� se194 Grass and woodland burned 43 Miles traveled Basement inspections in business area 150 feet, 21h inches Hose condemned $119.25 Revenue from out of town fires and sale of old tubes Board of Engineers recommend for 1946 $2,800.0 Annual Budget Board of Engineers: Henry W Hurley George D. Knowles, Chief Charles Elijah CS Lyong os Judah N. Eldredge, Asst. Chief Lloyd R. Ellis, Captain Irving A. Higgins Volunteer Firemen: flerbert H: pincher Maurice A. Wheeler Howard Reynolds Alzero F. Brown Gardner Young Chester N. Higgins Theodore Lester N. Quinn the faire De" N The following constitutes the e9tnPment of Partment 1 -600 gallon triple combination 1 -300 gallon triple combination 1 —Hose and Ladder com 1— Forest fire pump 18— Forest fire cans 2 dozen brooms h hose 1,900 feet Forest fire hose 1,700 feet one and one -half in¢b hose 3,150 feet two and e One-half sub'D .',{NOWE Engineer. CEORC}E p Chief '111T I ill —76- �' REPORT OF IABRARIAN SNOR, LIB i Number of volumes GARY. 1945 dNaaiber ased umber vo umes Presented 93 J� Number volumes batrowed 62 Total Sn magazinos borrgued S,S41 I,f owed 8,155 !! ,220 Books 1 Presented 21 $122.21 it Mrs' Martha Y the following: U Mrs Ora Cal eivegerm (! , Jiro m Orleansermau 0 ead Air- r. Arthur B nN Club urean Lt. Col Stewart J3 ols Mrs. $a old. $adr0�oks Air '� ileox Mrs. 1a ene 1jrnald +; Ai Jo B. Rleba @uiuu j Sub err• and Mresllott son 1Ptions for ssell $all Air. Josh Living tZln °a Presented Lumber Comp hyson Tr °aSUrer of Nickerso n RUTA L• liARNARD, Librarian. _77_ TOWN NURSING 'SERVICE REPORT 1945 Non- Commmnicable Disease Admission to nursing service Field visits Office visits Crippled Children Service: Admission to nursing service Field visits in behalf of cases Office visits Communicable Disease Service: Poliomyelitis. 1 adult; 1 school child; 1 pre - school child A'laternity Service: Admission to nursing service Field visits Office visits Delivery, assisting Postpartum nursing service., eases service, Postpartum cases with antepartum check lip Field visits Office visit infant and Pre - school Service: infants admitted to nursing service New born infants Field visits Under medical supervision 1, re-school - Children admitted Field visits Children under medical supervision Clinic Private physician ublic Children admitted to Orleans P School in September Dental Service: 'gaminations Aud corrections 113 740 97 3 11 2 3 9 16 6 2 2 11 $5 1 9 2 22 9 110 198 110 14 6 20 30 _78_ Sehool Health Service: Children admitted to nursing Field ep. Tonsils and adenoid clinic, cases Adult Realth Service: Neiv cases Field visits "Ice visits Chest 11 Cliuie,- 2 adults, 5 children Other IIealth Se X1 tropolitaxCes: cases n Life Insurance Company, Field visits John Ilaucock Toxin °�htitoA .1d ucasesLife Insuranco Toxin ildren xin Clinic; pre - school �lntitox- Caseg under physiciansments by 13 O ld ol os,Realth f health, IVel fare, COnsultatio Unclassifie d us Field visits: k}el visits Spe 0th r °e l goof taked at home Can0etivities u under care Tlie Cod 1, Atteu neeMeetings bli. 'pt And +lass. and In -79— 16 329 ASSESSORS REPORT AP OF TOWN ON M many owne adding During 1945 a large area, with and mapped easterly part of the town was surveyed two more sectional plans to our this comprehensive survey In view of the fact that a tention each year we recom- more ea be made for work acreage comes to our of $1,000. mend that an appropriation 11 in 1946. LTi,ROY A• NICI ]@RSON, JAMES DI Assessors of Orleans. Summary: 474 Total admissions 2,974 $553.75 84 144 Total visits Amount of service, charitable $629.85 5 Cash receipts Nurse, duty 22 Virginia E. Reynolds, R.N., Substitute i\urse, 128 130 days. to The Town of Orleans, 14lass., takes this have rendered service. g0 thank the donors, also those who 7 Respectfully submitted, LES, R.N., KNOW LAURA D• Town Nurse. 3 INSPE CTOR OF 45 REPORT OF 2 ANIMALS AND SLAUGHTERING 11 I hereby submit my report Inspector tuberculin iunoscula- of August arr Slaughtering. This year the tion and test of all cattle occurred the middle twelve 10 without reaction. neteen horses, Further census of animals shows ni laughtered, duly been s 32 goats, and thirty swine, seven having d consumption. inspected stamp ed for foo 214 2 and properly 185 Respectfully submitted, RICIIARo fAnninials. LEROY F'• Inspector 16 329 ASSESSORS REPORT AP OF TOWN ON M many owne adding During 1945 a large area, with and mapped easterly part of the town was surveyed two more sectional plans to our this comprehensive survey In view of the fact that a tention each year we recom- more ea be made for work acreage comes to our of $1,000. mend that an appropriation 11 in 1946. LTi,ROY A• NICI ]@RSON, JAMES DI Assessors of Orleans. —30— REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR THE YEAR 1945 ,lta9sfl9 f I 1945 from the R rose vv e Fund were as follolvs' Sept Nov, 11 usurance and Bonds Insurance $G9.89 l)ec. I)cc I 26 and Bonds Town Dump 29-53 120. 00 Apothecary 26 Snoav Bemov a 48.50 Metric al 11676.91 Dcc. 31 Bal. tTotal 0 3. Capacity Measures overly Y reserve $1,944,S3 555.1 Liquid Measures over 1 gallon Total Liquid Measures under 1 gallon kespectfully submitted, $2,500.00 No. 3 — Total 0 niISeARD H TIBBETTS, . tee. REpO = r_tary, Finance Comm" WEIGxTg 'OF 'SEALER OF To the 110a0 AN 'here $cara� —D MEASURES rabic and Tlcaaures fe?ubhet my selectmen: 1. Fie ea Year 1945. of the Sealer of `Veigllts Plane . Platt t'u' eve 3p titer 'lid 100 Otoo5 , 01by A�usteq Sealed Sealed de>»neil Sprint;, 100 ter 1001 1ba. 1 pOIa R, 1111d r 10000 bb- 8 12 11 1'r 9011 eigher erl10 4 9 ption er, slot vbt. 4 15 Na 2 12 1 \total 2 32 73 0 -51— 2. Weights 102 Avoirdupois 34 Apothecary 17 Metric � -- 0 No. 2 — Total. p 153 0 3. Capacity Measures 6 Liquid Measures over 1 gallon 50 Liquid Measures under 1 gallon _ 0 0 No. 3 — Total 0 56 0 0 4. Automatic Liquid Measuring Devices 1 Gasoline Pumps 8 Kerosene Pumps molasses Pumps 11 10 Gil Pumps 12 35 4 Gasoline Meter Systems Vehicle Tank Meter Systems 3 9 1 Grease Measuring Devices I 16 0 1.70, 4 —Total 12 67 5. Linear Measures 11 Z'ard Sticks 1 I 0 0 No. 5 — Total 11 16 0 44 360 Grand Totals to Town Treasurer Moneys Received and Paid Over $51.67 For Sealing Fees, collected collected 14-00 For Adjusting and Repairs, $65.67 Total Collections �- $66.67 *Total Charges buildings adjusted "Two person weigher scales sschool and scaled a 50c — $1 -00 Not, Palu haVe during the year All branches of this department i —83— j _82— ,with received their usual attention necessary in keepe correct increase since more measures, such attention is on old by height. and more items of food are being s The the P st year duePm"P situation has been much improyed Correen itself, A frequent a large measure to a better gasa -very The 0 s over the entire of gas pumps show sure fair year easure for ra Ood situation has been carefully checked insmaller in kindlittgt 18 found however that during the sold Port to a measured lots, has been the slab wood kind re• �,s for Coal I am pleased to Coal Seal who use cog, M c Ill andt eI in fir t vu h this been territory' euiltaby Skilled TSea correct . - Sion, may Iclass weighing condition. qar my report, ghing and mea9� g as as offer few s g gesti011s In Year lat. scales the eaves,, riling at Beam ay are ele 10 It that scoops or latforms (as . b Scoo inae�llteie that Polsendieator point sto Zero b�a� sco P on of it at rest on Zero and bala2 a'b n bea ht e °gp alesr(so- Balled), be sure ` 311 case Igmd Measures set ,per at Zerotion that beans as me s all ti egiu °pueetralls se n o I r Posse�� Pers° t and 3h easnring any sort of, old at oil n, s re Please keep well oIl it for the Purind of a ; °ePer or eit tested ache act ogee of w�elghin Peddler having in tend Measuregd %oaled b hying ighiug or easuinn anevice y00, do Again this to y the sellin g y eol 3a the pbsyr ceis°aler �� during td Seale rofl Weigh d and formaueRe hie da194 tf e lirre ear. 011 gm try contactom or de Peetelly submitted IIAR , ORE Sealer og Weighttss and' Measnreg. REPORT OF SURVEYOR OF HIGHWAYS T0' the Citizens of Orleans: of Highways I hereby submit for the my report as Surveyor year 1945. N' General Repairs Appro. $5,000.00 C• Hopkins, Surveyor $715.25 Tayr011s, Labor 1,987.05 Tractor 1,107.45 65.63 eightl and Express 540.89 225.73 1' ntI f Machinery 113.20 Oas, Oil and Wood 53.69 balance stance 32.81 _— $5,000.00 $5,000.00 Brush Outt>ug $500.00 N App ro Pa oll OPkins, Surveyor $12.90 eka llorse Sire 69.00 34.00 Balallce 448.40 51.60 —_ $50000 $500,00 SAO $11676 N C 8o 87 APPro. $ 91 Pkins, Surveyor I'a Trans. a cLabor 06ks 2 :061.55 Rapp SuPP11tes 22.25 102.12 140.75 - --" -_- -85- i Balattce 2.68 !i E$Press $100.00 Loader Lo $100.00 Miscellan 18.00 1.37 Article 21 Gibson Road - r eons 24.01 N• C. 11 22.75 Appro. $550.0° Bal - Payroll, Labor Surveyor 163.00 auCe $3,639.42 Trucks 74.75 37.49 Material 266.59 $3,616.91 Loader Rent 10.00 $3,676.91 13al 537.09 Insurance and MachinerY and Buildings 6� auce $$ 0 0,1 Pump °n Build actor 03 88 Appro. $26 $550.00 €s cle 28 8alauce 1� P C' $oPkins, Surveyor $35.75 $ 5 APPro• $1,100.00 Yr11 Labor 343.15 30.49 Loader Trucks 161.20 Oil r Rent 35.00 N $200.00 and Sand 475.60 PaYrol�DAill S (hard Fences 0� 8 1,050-70 Maek 'Labor urveYor _� $g0 alattce 49.30 00 terial $6.50 Appro. $1,100. 50.20 4.60 $1,100.00 $glance 1� Tar Kiln Road -Art'cle 29 $550.00 $191.00 aUOPkins, Surveyor $29..25 Appro. 9.00 � T roll, Labor, 140.00 rucks Dyar 0 WOpd 8 $200.0 4 66 L aerial 266.58 c 0 Ode nt 10.00 Machinery Co 01= ter - Article 21 r Re P 0 B DaAot $175.0() Appro. $�' 8alanOe 528.27 $ N 550.00 IMoa e . , La or, gur,,oYo 'Article 26 0 i; $�QO rial r, ant $3.2 Appro. $10 N• 0• PIo Ghap 61.07 'Akins, Surveyor $26 1 L .. _ 97.32 PF Payrolls, Labor —86— Materil , Fucks 279.99 Freight 205.60 Rental of Rental of Trraacchir ery 640.51 135.50 Dependent Children $448p00 32.20 $1,499.56 Respectfully submitted, NORMAN C. HOPKINSS, nra69or• REll URT OF THE ARE BOARD Old 1PU13LIC WELFARe, Bu re During the year the Board of ral public ` has spent au of Old Age Assistance, and General Relief, on the fol- $29,282.03. shown The details of these expenditures are 1o� °ing tables: Bureau of Old Age Assistance $26 888.53 Cash 24 Fed ral Appropriation $16 Reeelved from State, Other 12,130.45 Cities and Towns $4 Cost to Town Aid to Dependent Children $448p00 FedralaAPP $25 opmriation 145.31 ]Received $11 from State Cost to Tov,n To General Relief $1174o.70 Repeived ash from State sand Other To1vuS $21 Cost to Town Respectfully submitted, airman JAM] A NICK ESSON' elfare. Pubi'c yV ALONZO W. of Board Ii111 A I'll'rh TREASURER'S REPORT !I RECEIPTS On de Cape General Town Account In �, checkPiaccountGod Trust Co., 1945 and in treasury 1945 receipts 207,669.44 $299,469.82 rI L' I PAY1V!>;NTS General Town Account On deposit Ca Cod Trust Jan. checking , 946ount and - 1 Co., Jan. { Treasurer'. m easury ,I s Warrants $91.378.74 0 208,091.08 $299,469.8' 4I ABBIE F. MITCHELL, Treasnrer' 1' TRUST ND t G David 9 of: Snout L bUary T rust COFN Td 1 Jonat Snout Fun Willi all W.yod Thomas Areye� P nd d $4,00 00 500 0 D Posited in: ns Fond 3 000.0 Cape In Cape Cod PiVtitution 7,700.00 Ae Cod e Cent for Sav AanemIII ea Inters. sv, Bssbank ncd Sal e III fund Ja ept. $7,700.0 ti Etizabe n. 1, 194g 1,895.33 Deposited in Cath C daFgea to Library Trust Fund cents Savings 1141111: d $250-00 _89_ 4.18 Accumulated interest Balance in fund Jan. 1, 1946 Perpetual Care Cemetery Fund Consisting of : $100.00 George Vose Lot 100.00 Benjamin C. Sparrow Lot 100.00 Henry C. Nickerson Lot 50.00 Prank Freeman Lot 200.00 Samuel I. Coy Lot 100.00 Mark Snow Christopher H. Edwards Lot 100.00 'Willia Swain Lot $800.00 Deposited in Cape Cod Five Cents Savings $272.94 ccumulated interest 100.00 Oct. 3, Withdrawn $1,072. Balance in fund Jan. 1, 1946 Yates Rogers' Cemetery Fund t $100.00 Deposited in Cape Cod Trust Co. Savings 104.07 Ac mulated interest Balance in Fund Jan. 1, 1946 Cemetery and $1p0.00 X. F DQpositedCapt. Se Cod uel SsuuohSavings Dept. 3.29 Accumulated interest Balauce John and aiSusanna6Taylor Ceme P tery . $51i65 Deposited in Cape Cod, Trust Co. Savings De Accumulated interest Balance in fund, Jan. 1, 1946 yod D Charles R. South oem savings D Pt $200: Aeposited in Cape Cod Trust CO-) S °uniulated interest $alanee in fund Jan. 1, 1946 -90— Deposited u Pre man S. Smith Cemetery Fund Accumulated inteTQst °d Trust Co., Savings Dept. $200.00 Balance in fund 1.83 Jan. 1, 1946 DC Joshua L. Nrthro $201.83 Posited in Ca up Cemetery Pund Accumulated interest Five Cents Savings Lank $200.00 Balance none In fund Jan. 1, 1946 —J Deposited • Clement Gould and Wife Fund $200.00 m: 0e uth Sa Acenmulated u t "t8 Saving Bank 11alaneo i $5 000.00 I'I fund J1 460.23 , 19¢6 Deposited lu „" 3 Celia $5,460.23 AC °mti�latedtnperestd Trust CO*, Savi�aDept. $5,000AO Bela In fund Jan 316.95 1 19 DeWe street Fund � ° $5� n: CaPC a Sago d to the Town of Orleans ACenlnnlat a °e Cen,ta Sak.and Balance interest drawn v`ng, Bank $2,550.59 In fun 1°vested in d clan all 011144 , 19¢6 50i Accumulate i S• Sa • Yo $2,517.61 presnee in f interest Inge Bonds, 3erFund Ace enrt Val and Jaa, s Q. $22,500.00 V nniulated iOfbotds 1946 502.50 aluo Jan 1 1946 $22 000.00 $23,002.50 502.50 $22,502.50 -91— Rehabilitation Fund $30000,00 Inveated in U. S. Savings Bonds, Series G. 880.77 Accumulated interest $30 1 880.77 Balance in fund Jan. 1, 1946 $29,125.00 Present value of bonds 880.77 Accumulated interest $30,005.77 Value Jan. 1, 1946 ABBIE F. M1T(' Treasurer. -92— COLLECTOR OF TAXES REPORT REAL ESTATE 1945 Cr. Jan. 1 B Jan. 1 BBj, due 1943 June 4, a ' duet 11 45 Abatemeut $1,790.00 9,742.12 after payment refunded, 1945 89,579.93 126.23 Paid , a o Treas Dr. $101,238.28 aid Tre Paadte real. account 1943 Abated' 1943 cepunt 1945 $7953.81 Uncolleetea 5 81,894.15 Uncolleeted 1944 .45 Tag title aec1945 384.19 oiuit 1945 1,788.31 7,306.54 TA$ p 121.28 Aug, 18, 1945 ESTATE op at: PERSONS 38.28 Chapter 59,SSe�iS warrant al Paid Treas A° General Laws $144.67 QQ01111t Dr. Toaltl" pecial we ran 8 Jail. 1, Bal. due pERor. PROPERTY $144.67 1, warrant' 11945 $168.57 Paid Treas 9,193.91 account 1944 Dr' $9,362AS $168.34 _93- 8'861.23 Paid Treas. account 1945 40.96 Abated, 1944 271.43 Abated 1945 Uncollected, 1945 .$9,362.48 MOTH ASSESSDIENT Cr. $55.42 1945 441,45 Jan- 1, Bal due, 1944 X796 ne 4, Warrant, 1945 $47.32 D1 702.40 Paid 8.10 Treas. account 1944 gg.05 Paid Treas. account 194 Uncollected 1944 17ne011ected, 1945 POLO Or. $1,064•p0 1945 April 12 Warrant, 1945 $652.09 Dr. 412-0 'laid Treas. account 1945 $1 64p0 Abated, 1945 MOT OR VEHICLE AND TR�LER EgCISE $18.24 Dr. 1945 'lau• 1, Bal. due April 12, Warrant, 1945 Ly 31 Aug arrant t st 4 WWarrant, 11945 �Otober 2 , 3, Warrant, $`165185 63 •g0 189-g4 8g. December 31 'Wart'ant —94_ 4batemeat aft 1345 93.35 $1,970.20' after Payment, refunded, 1945 11.97 Paid 2 paid Treas, ace Or, ,kb Abat dr 944 ccount 19g $16.24 Uncolle 45 1869.11 e,19 cted, 1945 2.00 11.97 101.p9 1944 sII�RY OF UNC 0LLETED TAXES $2,000.41 1945 Ilea o%tate January 1 1945 per ate 1945 M thnal Property $1,788.54 45 M° 7,306. Rotor V °b1Cle and Trailer Dxeise 239.05 101.09 4""1E F• MITCH$9,514.52 ELL Collector of Taxes, —95— REPORT OF SHELLFISH CONSTABLE — the Citizens of 'Po the Board of Selectmen and year to rep Olt becomes my duty for the eoutbShelBsherEOf duririB 1945tst° fYtheopropagationlandfprotection that o of the onr bor %he'ks f last year, the greater a Ions o f the of s liar talting seagscer fleet resulted The ermen engaged h d ea Profita �e.thacoo Beyer a11oPs and quahaugs, and the $oat, a increase tinnedlhnew boats were added to considerable onsiderabl tY repeTe is indicated for this port, a beeause Of it 1945, There he soft clam is still notable du before er- ae °f theosmaIl aroas of the 1944ra� ndit onainoGiy bares too thug maturity. Because °f, bec9mo �riCr resent a&Ual- sal d en ugh for familyduse.d T fanrilYodlgg n6 tb�so Or- all mer i orrre9 that ma afford sorno d th d" if nt conditions continue•soft clanrortage oushels l9nt heed se of this scarcity out the f ° °o food, 27 )rob big . °f el and the them serious future outlp0ualitY, i0et $ata' ast, i0I th S of assorted sizes, but of P° on� he S Sonia of tl nd of e assistance an plailted c a°dJ° °id 1 not be nearzy as ertakenl at f t `NV& nd�ti fb,s �ipg t not have been and been tal ;e ro s 0W °r heu available, had it not dinners a rahces area in °r, there will be many clam were kon by as Prie. al @ua046 to arc icl haugs in fair quantities tiasant gay APP rent any' N 14 1" for thrms variety. the pleasant seedin are 3110119 aaod n here signs of a natural quaha 6 to er 2 rr lan d 911 ela q5 g the h elast of November 1945 cried for ppo iilli lY Avas amily lip tingp House o January 10 of this yoax aP bushels have —96— mad 1ngJline of 1943 and 1944 a planting ther are still sohmest of e nlih in stock and This will show in excess of a 3 to 1 inereas ill f nere arntcvo more areas one n shallow water and e re- Stilts g rake g whic Both of these hill ill undoubtedly show excellent 88eistoilP tmyro urn of aturallconditions in the shti I to are essei, AurposeQ sshermenlo er the winterprperiod, sand also for food esu e ill quahadable this year, I hall reconunend a lathe er recent Yea Planting, by t m to e e is eonsi s• g' which seems justified 9 Prev thouseall pawn Covcabfordbait Here, winter ain, hightpta�s gh have should d sourcrease of eel Yet returned to our tvaterstiofl. ry rioh41 seed develorfi1a�i11vnowtha�ettP' to tion g11� ve lRoii,, nrnuR, tsji,CO be area near Ho loins Island is PTOIted u„regschst we ese °Ysters opened for family use: Pl It is ofr souahvetmisri ar•be able to opeatcsuch a (Plant »� or to aitio e fish ed abov gross iii eels a14 het ell lord a all t hoiti is unanimoellfishi of test uil8i aR fat its rY dl cline 12 Years ago studied was the Qilo f rut shy ause livor I ableeturn will f our fisheries, both shout '�thtahtlo erieano reativ. F3hsseedingtand improve gT0 vt Tease lie it eaAltimAohe k °euue co'ao so tmtchoto so tile iauyc a'oibe6f the e to I ghrtauepolauation in9 into town, I ask Yotto be o sirere 41-e 11 1.4 r a °f a subject I believe ]v, Ill fo °eQt, Ir, o ails Iltobienigs of °f Years it has been i� lie" a few Ye tit e' a° I t by thatvalile a 'Se for awhigeh to Itha i t6 0 ve P ars ago? do jarthe once productive fl die of d° wo not get anatural s edi .4 a6 —97— ° t aeexceedshi$31 00 OOOl00t in commerc al terms ally use, I and 6.lieve °outing for the large amount taken for family State 1). 81pn °a1VTarhae Fisheries atheoarnlocalerepres nmtetnl e' taut d °usoPhases of this work ork besestabl shedlt and old aiis�s b hen oscas,F, f such iceI n 'e above described should Y Agri oil fialtda roll and ilts iar valuable aids aids to the farrier, bleet eih ku0vl dgec eSs ]Of1lYour gardener. n farmoordgarden without er 1utilt is given out b this institution? of the PTOPn. Jere °rities°.Pcd that by another year enough 0 beco or an he -Sriat.suchua irti set and will and ask he legislatnTi for 111te rested i,i °r t least a start ill iei sfish stn IySbob reed r helA. Your reaction along line better co Bull ci to hose lishellfi h °f the shores to mb`oIle, isbed ll The 0 In I ell achiues iwere available at the ProPthe Treasury. or Ill for this work will revert t° s usual ieb mhih is esestruetion of enemies was carried on a ests, N al- j boil0 rat °aural in order to keep d0,111these Clama �eress &� d, r f etui.0 arming rate, so that grow an valuable as hh0eo iris this `eeY will be allowefind, and at Bred horho tht�lYrabsrenderedkby t. oafiahermen whII poses, and Set hel r AOaltii °iinchs and winkles for baicep ° tbeiv f bgreot 4 il'atieCl'- ai d near sometimes p ant d areasr 5hich eriflte than Well �t etc redslo themeoperationsrZp3 big he bus con f I adly els badly h, step °h fro, horseshoe crabs and many e hape beet, d I IV. toe Dlstruch 1 ° resultant. losslof mu hg She llScoilstable an �ah�hs a°r tvay of enemies by the shellfish bushels liorSt Mars tvinklegollotvs : 5,400 bushels g ° "eshiugs winkle spawn) (approa.) 931 bush o° eraholillt) (adult) -98- S°arsessho( Picked u Stars crabs (yo�g) (approx.) 3,000 busbels rash (lime) P) 10 busb l$ thattks forniv18 on °f Marine Fisheries °is entitlenciaj and material, valuable assistance rendered, both fine be to °Pere noe listed 311 he shell sher ens and to beep pl acute carry oil $75,00 to $e o from all shellfisheactti activities i estimated at Respectfully submitted, ELMER R. DARLING' Constable Shellfish —99— TOWN CLERK'S REPORT TOWN MEETINGS Annual Town Meeting pl th ry res February 19, 1945 the inhab is in ts ly4u tiffs h °j °f Orleanogaluallfied t Wvoteintelections s tDop at one, hiet at the Town Hall, Monday, tereato act 6 Tthe arti° clock in the afternoon, then and there d r Ala moa�veet"19 was open ed with prayer, which Nvas Meeting arose The tide re iv gout of sMeiRichard imboalolUr World P n es IvTth N�6e the c fethe �; arrant with the a exception of the dp�hie h r Tell iii a hOfiservi and t ereolattestation oderator read R liry era Ch eprdance with the vote taken. Elmer e� A�iend S moon and sworn by the Dloderator• me 11,019 0 aiiit do To act upon the Annual Rep T00" 0 the biittees ii8) of the Selectmen and ot money f0 �IQ toted alul raise and appropriate is of the 0 tie �At and ee vote, unanimously, that the the Seac tNnti °edauall other Town Committees f tmeDO the es- e f tile, d the yea Selectmen's 1945 be approvee tb ted$100 �� aeraia '11d ope item of Moth of Tree Wardentbedee snddt Selec e b d appropriate the su o of $124'l fol� the year Oat 0it° has °Aartinental Recommendations iinonsl9te be ed to $ °tiiirther voted voice vote, u clerical h kN�yeaec 1,250 be amended so that all s for I r tike datiov ��I�eime 1945has 49 Deuartmental Iieconvneu .,, t100,01. N1 , s S -cows : eit,a Sii11p1 es —]00- 'lee tmen' 20000 Tow s Expense 300'00 TOwn Aceor�tant's Salary 70.00 Tress ecs nt arts Expense 35000 Collector's il Ole Salary 1,040 90 � Clerk sTrelasurer ease 050.00 Legal M )[PellSe and Collector's Exp 15000 �osessor pen Y an 11,00.00 Eleectiol" Salaries 3p000 Car n f TO 'land IIa ltan�on 1,000.00 P °lie Ball Repairs Grounds 2 100• e Pire b°Pbe "'t—Salaries Salaries and Expense 215000 Sir Y 1) °Part ) Sealer ofPector nt 100.00 °}er(b f eight, Sulghts and Measures—Salary 50000 OdeSt en (by Tn Qen jasures— Expense 2 >72600 ores �V Warden) 400 t Kealth (inelun• Pre - se ding To °f salar°to1 Clinic an Nurse, Dental and 00 Ass�or off 11 d costs t Babies. be left to the 1'70000 iC eetor 1Kaptunlals) 1'100'00 Cigh va Owri Dught(.ing 90000 Cellaus y IlepairsmP 5'020'00 itOaa ,iug $9ag5 (by Surveyor) 15000 Snow de Br° rd 00' 0 R�Aai Roflnov h Cutti 0, 001,00 us A (b Of Ra dbail F eYor) urveyor) 2 00 �bar� Qghts Y °ija °h eery and Purveyor) g) 100.00 ItarhOr (by 4, 00 0 b 0 aryl 'Oaat Kar 4 Publ �rlWe', (lab rY)aster) 00000 e and gupPO tPPlies) 2, 12,00 —lol— pld A 0.00 00 01d Age Assistance 600.00 Aid t ge Assistance — Administration 25 00 Maui ePendent Children, Administration 51,500.00 Sai o1s (b 1,000.00 A n LibrarCOninuttee) 1,515.00 arks Y (by Trustees) 120.00 NAet.a d Playgrounds (by Commission) 75.00 So1diO tes and Tombs b Commission) 725.00 pan °Maud $ nta and Craves (by COD Du on) 40000 p0urt Leports 400.00 loge Orders 30.00 IlOrtill eons 15p0 00 atere�9 Broolc tton 900'p0 rote st ToNvu 11 prose ation of Shellfish 5p0.00 Ntateb S1SS'bnelIs sh Consstable) 1,50000. Vet OrAtd 0.600'00 Aetn rNOt�s�Junior- Senior Iiieh Scho °l J50 00 �ax1T t 1e tTr attnentce Day Exercises Expense .$ 1 24, uth °rise he rtiele to to a en, to bore ow11 2• To see if the Tow" ` itlo f the un of and to Hgueeof th �.V from time tot t mPt'o antic, lua y 0110 3 riod of l0araltnOte °rtnotesl year erefor payable lien fold Pe hap' 4eheral one Year in accordance "v' S °uttOrioNnAt, ell the Val laws. that the the Selo of the to Tow )voice vote, unanimously'I.oval °f. , patt01945 air re b°rr n Treasurer with the aPp to attt ry. 1' ue ri d to i 11110 0 money from time to time jail tblu a perlo °h (I to f the financial year begin" ayabl° jvev f °i9, Chap Of le ° r n cute or notes therefor, Pay be g eetlOn 44, Gs thaw any note or notes as In with S dill vote Art ell One sYear in accordance ccord any the fovuri ° 3• To see what sum, if M -102 — to take taxes • ro'll 1945 the surplus in the Treasury to apply towards sum not to exceed vote, unanimously, that the Town take uul to apply towards $10,000 from the surplus in the Tres (Approved taxes 1945. t° exceed $10 000 j by Finance Committee in a sum not e 4. To sea for the neY is receive if the Town will appropriate ar use of the d from the dog tax of the prevlo us ythe Trustee w Pease °f the the Purchase of or any otherbal°fId eg 'Vote Library y Itiat d> Voice moonee, unanimously, that the Town aofrO able Year Y Is received from the dog tax sail• le by th for the ° Trustees f use °f the Snow Library, to be other lawfal °$pease o the purchase of books or any for Art. f the Library e. MassoGel, ape Co, 1 if town will elect a Tod inithe tow 'Voted al Laws nsion Service, as provide s the n director Ice vote haPter 128. eleot t T f una n a op or mmo Tow th Rile Cler the Ca usly, that the an 0 and tdirector k cast one Ae Cod Extension service iske d he T ball A. F to ire bI0 he To of for Mr. William A uc e d et er owl tr p or at C1 ns W for or de Clerk cast ballot as i To t el one ba he are _ ed rtiel ($5T0ArIate 6• TO se Cod Eension service. elect sad Lsb 0.) to b a sum a If the Town will vote tO raise ofeth°f of a fr e bedhetCapeeCod Hospital fore he hest• In see TOwn tts .Oerti In the Hospital for care and •dents Laws °rdaneaud "able hY the p o be rest erit e le Selectmen t tfi 1 there, With to a a h t e orNOil take all h Sectio pay for such care and tr Cleo lly n7 e 1 D0 Y act' 4 °f Ch of the slid apt °d, vo10 Ion In relation thereto and a °t e o Ar . b o eI e Arla ra Of R. I.'. n na ce? ibedill th apent °f Five Hund that the Hundred Dollars ($ 4t Cod aneeu with g ohAaty Seln tml r care and treatmertlhelfrora of $5p0 �Pr °ved °urlah 0f Ch Pter 1 and 1 of the e lie al JLn �ts' y, by Finance Committee _103— raise and Article 7. To see if the Town will v °Dollas ($15t0ye to eOPriate the sum of One Hundredb Chapter 688boy thf direep of 1 41, onsrays determilned ann theme dep haymard, as e0 for of the division of forestry her fire d ke ation, to be of class three °r h19 raise Apo by said Act. that the t Dollard add ted, voice vote, unanimously Fif Ined slid ($150 ppropriate the sum of One Hun s df rest in the Soloed bythe director of the division °fthreesoY . SO $reAartza d of conservation, to be of class s ee In sa°� ha mitt o£ $15p>)roved, unanimously, by FlnanCe to Tsige ana three apprortiele 81 To see if the T °I° ollars a FOUr$Ilended eellta late the sum of Eleven Dollar with unexP nee. Nht($11•93) to be used in conJ a $488.07) aintena gise halatty' eight Dollars and Seven ceut I(ghway To tty three 90 potfrom 1944, for Chapter 1y that andNlnI;°�Idred 4Cd aPPro, voice vote, unallinlo D °Ilarsi1 F°'IrexPende Nits Priate the sum of E etion N p7) un tenanee. Cght($1193), to be used in conJ eats ($488ay ma'uof F� g T,laCN�e1ght Dollars and Seven Cg0 gI soloun for Igor 11111 two sums togetheraotustitot s $11 F aneo 0 dN(6 ed haPter 90 Highway Ma gum 0f a$11 g3 by transfer oal PProved, unanimously, 0te to Dellast Iuittee.) wn will h°usau f the eye, fr0� rticle 9. To see if the T of 011e, sTshare o UP° e of ($1,0pavailable funds the sum county ensnee ,s shannee. t °IPt of) for Chap er 90 State's State ant sy d Co ntY tyls UhN Oostreimbursements from r g0 Fls�ate au trgIISfre TOVIII koIINY to bet restored to available 1 from Tboa ra of ee� Pte £r0> voted , voice vote, unanimous Y One , sha on re to b s ($140vailable funds the suul NCO ace' 17P�0neY S fill . tells foroif r Chapter 90eHighway na county this rNStfi �d Ir available j -104 — Cora �ppeel� °d, unanimously, sum of $1,000. by Finance Article the Seleetin 'to O See if the Town will vote to authorize sell venien f sale by Posting first giving notice of time�on• and teheSt before tPublic eplace in tile town fourteen in (14) days by at sale e o u ho tar' titletprocedurealrovided that t e Se• III Old °r ch ay take any act reject anyvb dtwhieh they authorize eem inade4uate uor roe Voted von relative thereto. t sale to sell, aft vote, that the Town authorize the select, eb th 'c Plac - su h giving notice of time and Pet slid not, ^er sale , oreat prh $t °wnifeurteen e(14 some days at least befun 4ny °b�oeVerlth erocedurOleprovnerty taken by the TO en �i Artie, hich they deauthnrize odhold such Osalelmay' reje fr s °tn °f Toe lay lReseo tf tho Town will vote tO tr a the fro ➢oted . - 'llSatid F- Aecount to the Reserve Fun s° m the I Otte vote rive hundred o 500.) Dollars. s fct. overl a mArtie, o Th usana F ?vAcounit to the Reserve Fill' th0 uu upDropriat 12, To e FIundred ($2,500.) Dollars' d (.$, 10%) ni ofor Iran se f the Town will vote to raisereas" are legl for theeney not toom available funds in th° ollars vtai° grog rehab j f rSSavi war bonds or other Thousand bo dab tbot Jt fr Dote Chapter. ratio f rigs banks in order to es ro, uh ugan aablsee 'vote 1943. of l9 in accordance with the Sfet. inp „herbDollarsnda iu them O slY, that. the Town tFiftees an abl- r shed t0 r, tthat ass,000) f orethe ryurchaseliof w r boll l s. ell that t underse the post investments for savir10 b elig (Acid non °tvn aprovisionr rehabilitation fluid a 19dr. epi�t tee) ed suth file h°ar14 the Town tTreas�rer to Pu e Article 13 int0usly,oSlimeofo$115,000. by Ftitaric T° see if the Town will sell the three (3) —105 — set9 g machines used formerly. on Rr.P.A. PTOpe°vtt'auth�ts the or- Voted , voice vote unaniutously, that the T 3 Sewing llaehinesBforme ° ly usedtoniR ?P.A1Projectsree () of 44r rttele 14• To see if the Town will accept sodcalled, Creek t °vItrvd ° the for thelmunicipalPuPoseand appTo, y and klate sUrveYaasu n Of money tnotte�lceeding Sixty Dollars ($60.)tta de Voted draw deed for same. Town accept I tile 4 "le 11' arryc C V Donnell of land,atl Rocic gIrpurpose Of ep�ek,lto`eridered to the Town for a mnlace, an that the -ated to e0ver of thetXtY Dollars d($60.) be raised and ad for sit �oni- Ntttee) yed, unanimously,tsum rOf '$60' by pinanOe Q the lele assume911ofilthe A' b `1 La Ir provided by Section 29 °flCihla rred by of ab L cur s olt. porgois for all damages that may be public Imainten- Rhopea'iansetts for thethe nropemetndev lovates'anof °the tide aeliverliLatgsOrduricfwi hrSeeti harbors, 11 0 Chtoo execute alt . lien v0t bo ,, and authorize the Selectmen e C° pwn Ives �1 ilit ed Vol indemnity therefor the T Chap e oft iri the vote, unanimously, thetion 29 0ay be Ill- that - c d by General Laws for all damages tm ntdevel° e befit °rks °rk to be performed by the DePement, ors tide of Mpr 0 M1eaht aria enanssaand etrotectionevt! ri ers Sect °nsele t- beL t0r `01 foreshores iu accordance thori2e the alth give of the General Laws and oihto the d qP band of indemnity there an to �ehhrall !cle 1 vote t° raise) 2p0' er �0�bd late 6' To see if the Town will °liars and 0th aril a mks Own W"'% sties Statist esnRe00rd $oehT °�v>($Zp0•) hnropriatrethevote, unanimous Y, dr d Dollars I m M N W , W 6 -106 — to rebind the Town's Vital Statistics Record Books and other Town books. (APProved, unanimously, $200., by Finance Committee•t Of TWOt1 °]e 17 To see if the Town will accept the be , The 11 toe Tr st h'und m tthe name of EI$�zabeth to be know" Twiss Blake'gOlgor Purcha to f °f the Snow Library. Interest to be od folks and Cape C laoovk� having special interest to Cape C0 t the bequest olce vote, unanimous) that the Town to be Of T ka (SuTwls 17� alri Dollars Blake 1e iFundn thenameofVil To tereat to be used to Trustees of the Snow Librae91al. in' est to Cspe C d folPurchase lid Cape Cod visitors' sP 'lest of Artie', R. Smith undyed Dollars the Town will accept 1 of Clio died for per ($400.) under the Two .10 R SmDollars ($200 °teal care of Cemetery lots. Oha io aamVof pre sBundred Dollarsf($200.) formcaref of lotept the tad, voice S' Smith. aeC ill of Chariest of Fo vote, unanimously, that the T° r the Wt3• Ch 1111ttd Rd D it $ or perpetual care Oof )Cemoteram in of ljame ufR• Smith liars ($200.) for care of lot 111 of lot of tb Pre19 an S. vo Hundred Dollars for care salad Artie) 1 I are ($101abers of a see if the Town will increase the d thee aud)a r tell Per Board of Selectmen One $1 y each' for Voe• Pproprlate Three OHundreds Dollar ($300) ilere l, Tojoll 00 �te8 ue salary o Yes -38 No 12, that tf sole �ea of x11pdred ])Oil anash($100.) orsten per B ntalko)off'Are� (APP r °0d "I'll th 0) fordthesame. the sCorn0tteIld DPProAriate 20 . o sum of $300. by Finance aisa tad uateaQt ($30p sum Ofo see if the Town will votertto =$fed �d' ""'ley, not to exceed oete the eOruer Of Ma nn Street improve the e r ing House go —107 - beguhu° removal of fallen trees therefrom. Such work o n toued contra horthea the Main Street end of said cemeter1Vi11 allow• (by requegt)Y, so far as the appropriated funds Vo a Town raise and t0 be PprOPr ate the sum of Three Hundred $300•) pOPg C0m used by and under the direction of the Board sit 'late atssioners to clear and improve the old eIl useRoad, by egun �hmOvalrof fallenitr es then froal.t and on to nued n °rtbe 1 the Main Street end of said cemocry dl.allow. , ance COmn (AD roved, riated fund by Fm aA Miele) will vote to raDolla s ($i �SAriate the umsof One Hundred Seveno 1•heater. (by request) ° Purchase a portable wood - burning raise ]voted the To fin Dot at8 O$ p5 , voice vote unanimously, that thevtyi1 five Priate the sum of One Hun burning ° Hance COaluitpr)ved, Purchase a unanimously, hl sun' $175, by town tobo ere c 22. To see if the Town will cto stPer hour °r t dVor to the rate of seventy -five ($ 7request) Town Pay to ota act anything thereon. (by the our. u labor voice vote unanimously, utst (,70) pe eh hour by P(heco crs at the rate of seventy Ceof 70 cents P Ni r uce cOmm dt e') nimously, sum and aPPrO- fiye to th�1e 23. To see if the Town willar d and Twenty- 23. g A u'aDuery s ($1,425 ) Thousand the purchase the the tree the r0oiatod Moth accessories thereto, fo any othequest) raise 44 11 �0taudfOr the pu chasesof and he same. (by he TOwundred liq Tway went r ate thetsum of one unanimously, enPurch se by the VRQ° ug Mauve Dollars ($1,425.) f0thereto, for voice volat a %ill Ou$ err s1 and accessories veered to app. ve, to ittOye that the Moderator be enl spraYlvg m of three to purchase th III III' II I ' IIY i —108 — aunder this article), and that the Moth Superintendent be, PPointed a member of that committee. Roy Committee cokrs nl, Em le p Olivier and ElnathanlEldrea e; Finance Committee) unanimously, the sum of $1,425' by Article priate the To see if the Town will vote to raise fiye aPPro D °11a'S ($2075. sum of Two Thousand and Seventy t natbuilding for t0 Provide a parking space, erect a d to all a water sn oileto, and to house town property, an 'Voice vot Voted - Dolls PProP fate the c,aunanimously,c ha(by eeTpwn) raise e in ($2,075 sum of Two Thousand and Seventy' event table aur'aterg for toilets pro nd to house rTown sproperty, and IT, all (Approved at Orleans Town Beach. Committee,) , unanimously, sum of $2,075., by Finance Article 25, r °' sal ttm�hsum, of To if the Town will raise and remove and Vo . and sage at S aketdandlCove(B a0ches (by re Voted raise Ove to rt(A p salttmarsh sum Of One I Lded DollarsV3($10�5• that mittee.) Proved n "anim u ly sia ufay 100a by FinanBcea�oln' apPr�ti°le 26 Pri To , raise and Square. asPhaltm ofepnetHuTovn will vote j00.)to, cot aI au poteabY re9uestnd sand thered Dollars 0$100-) at DeP d ap ,voice ) Parkins spa' rise se Pria to geoat lIund ed Dollars (a��at Com1A teroped, u alt and sand the Parking sP ee anPrortlCle)2 ?. nau'InOUSly, the sum of $100. by 1''1an d p ri an (bye, t eeseal °coameoflp. TOwn will vote to raDoll�d Iotodtvoice with aspkaltnanddsand, GltO" e rill Vote, unanimously, that the To�11 a —109 — ea Fifty. Dollars ( 5p ) t0 seal coat i�thoaslhaltla'lddsnnd'iGibson Road. uuttce ) Proved, nn:ulinu,usly, Brun of : 050• by Finance Com load apPro T'. 28• 'Po see if the Town wi11 vote to raise to 1riate the sun, of Llcvcii Iluudred ollars (' D from th ketlo coat with asphalt and sand, Tonset• Road to the duueti a of Blain St.rcct at the residence °f Dr. (by re- olaest on where Brick Ilill Road joins Tonset raise and 8 °tea, voice vote. unanimously, that the ollarsr(1100.e to dua�t 1Pcoat OPriate ithlias lhtilt i d sand, 11 Tonse ROBesse to the ndred a`14tiou °f Al'lain Street at the residence t of Read. c.nanee A oere Brick Ilill Road joinof 1100• by Pi �o>ttiltt r vcd, unanimously, sum oibil Art'ele will vote t° raise Dollars (b °50 )1 t t° the uurycof if Five IIund red an Ta 316111 IlOarl. Y re ° seal coat with asphalt and sand, isc and •r Dote9ueat) ($560Ariat�ithyet,(, 'ii of ilFiven litnntreclt Oil(' d a ONVII if101 D$ola. that Mi ( 'kt° seal coat with as halt and sale 1 Finance ITY ttcc) proved unanimously, sill" Of '�5a0 alrthori le tli 30. 'L`o sec if the'Co1Ct1 o'ill� abital - nalte For it t rl of 1'elcrtnuir to appoint an m °S d of the laWtheo be a Constable whom said DOaraiolattOnries, 'n eeorr�g th (etGorumon�vcalthutrolaticeltol liaNlsslg ftnd to ' 08 Tice with the provisions of Genera sets of Fifteen it IFit3jil" ailan'r" (led by Chap. 59800ffriot exec nd e%P ars th said a 1) pprol iate the sun the salary and all creto CO'lstti r9 01500.) to pay ° act, any nthor- To��he�arttobtcg • and (bytregnest)and t, brat the T °t nt °f site Far h t card vote, iuianimousl3 iut aii irzy�aY de oPnth° iy the ° b of Selectmen to apP°, card tio11s . in 8ceopOfattecti il3anrlbprroscicutionaof a'r� shellf3ChaPs130' aahoe With tile provisionslOf General LaNS, ;y 00 o� I� mw N V� I � � to c I �y p CO U G z3 U ti -110 - S'se9and approded by Chap, 598 of the Acts of 1941 and ($1 (A) t° Pay the t alarsum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars Committee.) red, unanimously,dsum Of o $1500.said by Finance may 1,,,,,y come And three of ted come eforeethe meetin any other business that vote vestigatethi1 meeting bennammously that a committee of already hot Tol°n'b °f othd si Oilited abili Yb and costoofethe acquis'1' land at th Roado ide s BeacPublic r a 1'laY Groundll and Bathing said Beach, °kthetTo d 01 t °eportther]yrslderof easterly end of th tunln also that the future spoC18l1ngs and recommendations or mended apeehal or rrantt alliribe aut o�zed and rinstruclte such to 3' said Co ro lar, such Such future Town Meeting, article as to C C. mart such ?r leg l act onaPPrOPriate to bringing before D' Raowle Cora llryitt ec ppOihte�eSsary to enable the Town s, 141i1 ee a recommendations of said (3:35)0 :35)o�ec, voice vote Tibbetts arid yArthur J. Young. George uegday, Februstyy 20,1 g�uurn ttntil uine three ethirty-five A•M• the 4eetin TUBSaAY, Sh of heatoralled to o FEBRPAPW 20, 1945 after W 14Ir• ltic del•' at vario49 tow the rant With rd SPat-row ° (`9) o'clock A.D1. by ohetll ode tera, ha elq elalretdop0 cer voting, for the Ghee solectmau for One year oho fenlber for Treece Yeas ue bleulber of Iio °f f Ye bl are a Y304 1 helfare for Three Years for Three Years —III— One Town Clerk for One Year One Town Treasurer for One Year One Collector of Taxes for One year years One Member School Committee for Three One Trustee Snow Library for Three years One Surveyor of highways for One year T340 Constables for One year One Tree Warden for Three Years On years e Park Commissioner for Three ballot clerks and of tl1e wor The rn in by following election, Moderator )i before the E• Sherman, eed, VO th G Finlay, Alonzo A nes S. James ne 1 Willis S• Gould, and Cka ies p FrBeemaI S deeial P licen t at ser0 onesamof clay The ballot box'was examined, se �� prosonco Diekd correct by election officers, Thompson one (1) Asa, lat"I Special Town Clerk, VestaeT• Aele Town C o for °f Pac a' 'e tshndofficcontai eipted to pecimen ballots' °,clock P M, lictio toyeg ted,svo1and e penalties vote nnanimolu till three red (100) Al °D% At Ond the hour for closing 10 e huudr° OfficersTkOmP' 1�. Owed ved(from)the ballot boll pol1ceeCh�ests� Delan° to ones, James Dickie, Specialvvn Clerk, 3) O'clock for n Presence of Assistant To a tee eclat P tQo Purpose of counting•nimonsly, erstor j0 d four voice vote, e for th una t9" e the at the polls be closed; ndr d fr es • that th ed °a1 Polls were closed at that hplm' three 1111 Ole nd Jaose (344TOtal number of ballots °ascots woro Jone the PnrP ballot The remainder of the ballots �' for of biekicbOl by election officers the DIOderat0r d the SParrO`v 1 epn11t11 the presence of Ocv roa charde to hih The Sn R c t S obalOTnwforModeratophad doeloathobau °n3 for The ' elect gd and administer result of Moderator then read tho N R 3 c E i¢" remaining offices d ttoted, voice eclaring those so elected. h tbP'bh to adj urnunanimously, at four- twenty (420) vote taken. Meeting adjourned in accordance Result of the balloting as follows: Richard Sear ro , for one Year Z Tae (�alah) Snow' three hundred twelve anks one, 312 thirty -one 1 31 pe]e,tman 344 LeRoq 1. 411,l are gorr� Member Boards of Health erson, two hhun e�lrninety -nine, 292 Geo. D gApwl e' i $aralowles, on one' 1 eorge d W. o, ic J artth $ Sp les,etwo : one, 1 $lanky tli base, one l 1 ty-seyen 1 ' 37 Town / Clerk, 344 LoupeAr Snow TreaSUre1 Collector of Taxes for ono R1P trw Artbu iuleYWles, °ne ndred Seventy, (elected) 27l Itusse]'1 T Sparrow' 1 flanks waYTaYlor once 5 1 65 Fa Mke r",enklim Ser Sehoo 344 wars nhtdw fides a �'eth lee hrtrrer� ahree, (elected) 301 re six 1 —113— 1 peee Gravem one, 1 8141; (nowles, one, 34 ks, thirt Y -four, 344 fire Trustee Snow Library, Three Years 314 Feed N p• Cole, three hundred fourteen, (elected) 1 29 $larks, twenty nine, 344 17 B4ohtt prveYor of Highways, one Year 265 j N I Fu)cher, seventy-seven even elected) abjk , two IoPkms, two hundred silty flue, ( 2 344 !oLl1'onstabl 213 One gk%'y A' P lc her, one hundred sigtY-fo(ellected) 230 ]all Y ungwty o hundred rt irty' (elected) red ghty -one 668 301 F dery Warden for Three Years elected) 1 1,Q d Chas A. I'Vier, three hundred five' ( 1 ' Zt r k e, one ' 36 h)1,0 to Young, one / thirty siix one 314 312 hla�ksr h owles�threeohundred yvpelve, (elected) Y two srzo,o, Owl- Attest: RALPK 10 lovvn -114— 81PECIAL TOWN MEETING June 25, 1945 ts In response to a inh itao d of the T legally posted Warrant the ab in town affairs Orleans, qualified to vote in electIO clock met the a is Monday, June 5e 945 Town Hall and there to e,ct upon Thiel es in said Warrant. o c1 k oc P' M• by the wad called to order at eight (g) o0 ivbo read th Moderator, Mr. Richard Sparrow She bfod. erator, wwarrant. Tellers chosen and sworn by ling' an ecteth�ITOthan E' the Town wi l a Fliaer Co of Article Obapo r Selectmen of Fa? b9 Chapterr194o take by eminent domain, Board autOfrtile ot, alitho !ry, at the the Acts of 1945, the portion din Stt thorized • e to of G.A.R. Highway and ld to reof' theme from $ the Towurw Il by atwo- thirds vote 'Own Wise, to fietY ($350) dollars the be Treasury by loan Ono or ish land; to pay the damage$ caused b the taking I'll nu and oOferemdtreburyiug themeels where VI I,& to pay the all now ing and resetting any tom es taice" 0 the kr raises Of moving anduresettin land the fences n a VII the A t y land whichOnditioning and improving or 19`1 ri ' This arti 945' may be taken under chapter �t, au ho •vote, ele requires a two - thirds vote :fjt wangtrry 0ommissioand dV�rect19 NO-3, that the T'° ra of yo ee old Chapt r °�, to takthe Selectmen and Boar auto tbi4 Streetenietery9a> of the Acts fe1945omthe Portia a a And authoriz at corner of G.A.R. Highway iipd1l 111 the tr that th "I tors1 1) Paasury, the °wnivo eeto take from avail $35p,j910 0 aod9 or be tc stof 9(!8 Of three caused by thertakng °anyi pu�Ad removing the remains of . e cry and°° eremoving uand eseemmgsanY t oii� and —115 - tPaytheents, all now in or upon the land t be taken, Abe cost of moving and resetting the fences, as a p ub- hepark ]sea; and of conditioning and improving deTChap' ter 194' f a land described in, and to be taken (Approved by Finance Committee in sum of ($350.)• avail bticle 2 1'o see if the Town will vote to of offour- the 1e funds the sum of $25.00 to pay the ing land of beTowed describing a parcel of land a Ban geac Tom oleetill ase Orleans which alacomm tQeaof the Ann make in- esti6at o°n the current year was authorized t0 en of I e Toted, voice vote, unanimously, that the rom ova dand W 4 ds the n of Orleans be authorized to tak surveying of Orejeabi aim of $25. to pay the Coandfof the TOwu (App, Pt yp�ncel of land adjoining of $25.) t A 0ved by Finance Orleans Committee in sum a tW x00 o thirds °te rticle will, by 2,00 i0) 3. To kct the t° to e from availlab a funds.tbe temhs $2 Beans gNc Of 1. approximately two and eighid at thetaIIee of 44 Q °Wb dreaded allortherlyl by B Easterly by f t S °u two X242 byfl�rleaas sixhhunde d foriy-fipelzundred foreY1111 tire) feetnd of Walter H. Mayo, tip0 gay )d fl by the elk seve' and Westerly b land of s °id coded under drtiaiitteenty-four (574) feet, as recoin p°mtthe Soo t held' of n the e Annual Warrant own said the b,eo oa ao at •die and used as a Parking Space fo FaygrOOOd 4 hih1 tea of persons using the Oilcans Voted, v of To OtIQaYE�t _e requires a two third cot of has th esbY ° na 20 _ Se le fa it DitQh elite authored to take from ava 00•)et0 oseuof e�z. i2dred dollars 1 t a Ij °ri"aid T wn of Orleans, thn pufo egos Fl by �P °l4 toll, 9 Space and erecting bth d ld �V O"V eigbt 9 ter $�dMl3ath ng Beach aspiecegof atly two and ayO', containing apPrOxim -N �4 N i nw 'nom r,. i7 ""'I's (2 (2 g�10) acres of land adjoining the presentBe,a�b Road a distance of Beach, bounded : Northerly by . gas - Orly by land ° huundred and eight (108) feet, five two (645) feet; Southerly by other land of Walter $r Mayo, er land of said Maty -tw° (242) feet and Westerly by feet; as is more full yo five hundred seventy -four (574t the Office of y described in description filed wit by Ashur the Selectmen of Town of Orleans, dra"°n 1941' L• SParrow, Civil En ineer and dated May 29, t PPlevecl by Finance Committee in sum Of 2'S fr) oID available f TO see if the Town will vote to take$170•) dollars to fe "'Ids the sum of one hundred seventy (of the lmeg °f, and tee °r otherwise define the line or nndesOribed in the fOregoin grade and condition the premises Voted S article. tn3en of the To, voice vote, unanimous that the Set sv, foie gun e f Orleans be authorized to take fro"' v11aro or the Au Pose m of one hundred seventy ($170 ") e iiDtye fencinn Premiseof the of a or otherwise defining t v s de%crlbes thereof, and to grade and condlt'$ ) roved d in Article 3 of this Warrant, of 170 Article 5 by Finance Committee in sum COO they de.4istribute° See if the Town will authorize theents ae Town equbest able mtonuse such of the sa eeor to o Depw se doptihe Mara$ by the C.Vilimaterials and supplies returnad/or the orize °tedet oleoium tt eefonsPubl co Safety.er an n auk DeParthO Selectmen te, unanimously, that the T the To t° otherwments as a to distribute among such of me, ° ji °s returned to 8posehog deem best able to use the SO suppen- �esaioh 0 tteeean °�°n by he Civilian Defense R P°£ 00 r0 (No n 1'ubhcdSafetthe Massachusetts Branreh ° �ttee io so none taken) called 07' on part of Finance re Article the Of )'ef asaa aro'Ysef if the Town will vote tot9pdols'td Four $und ed Dollasto(raise and app op is e for t0° per yea to pay —lv- herece of the current year, and to do or act any e Voted request) _ the Town in `he0 the. sat t, of the Fie Chief to $720.tper 9eafunds paY the sum of $400. be transferred from available (D,Rap lucrease for the balance of the current year' 44 atloProv °d by Finance Committee 191t11 t ual OVIII eeti� that it is carried over to, the next Ann 04 ""Ole business that Y lagall 7' And to act upon any other tog Y ote40,vp voteorunanimously, gto ad] °urn at eight' M. Attest: RALPH w• S Toown� Cleric "PSCIAL TOWN MEETING* of thlh res November 14, 1945 inhabit is and Atae Tow use to a legally posted Warrant tllelectioncloex to vote "1 �eacC eugw�s, met at the Tlown Ila111945,1then(und thero r' $ o roe theearticles �inesaidr Warrant. the 1QI blage to V41char the was called to order by Ossenl E• F. and "u sin Parrow Snow, who called it I Georg Wsy, The VPamerrTown off cermwho rhas JSnowas d kb Ntti Taut was then read by Ml" ill raiseoabe 4Nlillate th T° see if the Town of ( calls ateeaoftsaTa 0 o>t� l of er thssum of Five hundred ($ romit pla Orl Yl'1poNinlhie us, to °defray the exPenseratolds cl odet0 iflom�ot 0, e oomsnto, the Grade School lihea$5 �) dof �ea ratl v0rce vote, unanimously, that red (d, TOO o >i9hed aautbofunds the sum of Fire nee ofA ce,� other datl0� expend the same It estiMates and plat -118 — more ts, relative to the alteration of and addition Of t}t rc ms to the Grade School in said Orleans, and o port the same to the next annual Town Meeting• the sum of $50��d' unanimously l�v Finance Committee in , Article 2, Gr from available T° sec if the Town will rote to trans l- ation the funds to the Old Age Assistance appropfor the balancesof of Three thousand ($3,000.) dollars fer Voted voi the current year. traps from ote, unanimousl that the TOM ro- Priation available funds to the Olds Age Assistance appfor the balanthe 811" of Three thousand ($3,400.) dollars Ce iAliArov Of the .current year. Finn , unanimously, . the sum of $3,0001 by nCe roved, ittee. } Article 3 oard °£ Selectmen' TO see i£ the Town will authorize the B Wsr mmacr9eacY and sell the stoves purchased during the ya4° pine motor used in the Town Hall; also the sp ize Voted, vo �e� aused for several years. author, the $oard vote, un,animousl that the Tow,, c11¢si d RTSO during of Selectmen to sell the, stoves Pur a a ?so the spray, n,,enlergency and used in the Town e$r9 Artiele 4 machine motor unused. for many y�9 legally come befarettheact upon any other business that tea $°tcd, voice meeting. at ei°llt, ( 1 v 0 te, unanimously, to adjourn Attest: ABBIE F. MITC11T°L', CllerK —119 — TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOIL �$ At Annual Town Meeting, February 19, 195 rticic 1 Selectmen's and Departmentfli $12,500 00 A Recommendations rticic 150.00 Article 6. Cape Cod Hospital Art. 7. To Employ Patrol Seri• aeintenance 11.93 Ar e 14. 'Gha ter 90--TIigl1Nvay M pd tiele Survey and Dran win- Deed Deed 200:00 Artiele —Dock Harbor ecord Bpoks 300.00 Article 16• Rebinding Towns R' alaries 300.00 Art. 10• Increase, Selectmen s Sege 175.00 grtiele Old Cemetery, East Orleans lieater Artiele 23• PPurchase urchase pr mini Maelime�Y, 1425.00 2,076.p0 Artiel etc. 24. etc. $eaeli, etc 100.00 Article 20' Re ova salt marsh andSatti•e0d'00 Artiele 26' Parking space at Dep 1,100.00 At 10.1e 27. Gibson Road 550.0 Article 28• Tonset Road 00 Artiele 30 Shellfish Constable 1,50�0� (Salary and expenses) $133 291.93 � ' 1g�5. Qi4l Town Meeting, June 25, Art lls£erred from Available fund eking °f $3'50.00 1 Damages caused by ln� 5.00 Article {Did Cemetery . laud adjoin 2 2• Cost of sur'vey'ing r00.00 Beach Artiele d• Pureh•iseao 2 f land at ,70,00 Articl Orleans Beach ch 5 00 e `1• Fence at Orleans $ea $3,0 �t ELI r 1`1, 1gA� ( Town Meeting, Novemfu a11sfe`rred from Available funds) 3 9 14.2 19 9 I 7 6 3 2 8 7 c� Q R+ e iv 'Y [V Q m rry- r�40. o �( m 00 0 CD CD f& vf3 OB- ff� [��CQQif C� a 4Y' ilR MM� 4y d Series No. 1 Resident Citizen's Fishing Series No. 2 Resident Citizen Hunting Series No. 3 ,Resident Citizen Sporting Series No. 4 Resident Citizen Minor and Female Fishing Series No. 5 Resident Citizen Minor Trapping Series No. 6 Resident Citizen Trapping Series No. 7 Special Non - Resident Fishing Series No. 8 Non - Resident Citizen Minor Fishing Series No. 9 Non - Resident Citizen Fishing Series No. 10 Non. - Resident Citizen Hunting Series No 12 i)uplicate aeries No. 15 Resident Citizen Sporting (Free) aeries No. 16 Resident Citizen a Military or Naval Sporting (Free) .0-4 g igCD CD 1 [D CD Ws 0 S, w M ro is m 'yr ro ¢'moo . 4m Ln ^Y y N' I-+ �+. O ro O P CD - eY ro o0 o c c Pd. ni v. of Fees F7sheries Retained and Game a $ 2.00 $ 78.00 $ 9.75 $ 68.25 rt 2.00 284.00 35.50 248.50 @ o 61.75 4.75 57.00 �$ ooca Series No. 1 Resident Citizen's Fishing Series No. 2 Resident Citizen Hunting Series No. 3 ,Resident Citizen Sporting Series No. 4 Resident Citizen Minor and Female Fishing Series No. 5 Resident Citizen Minor Trapping Series No. 6 Resident Citizen Trapping Series No. 7 Special Non - Resident Fishing Series No. 8 Non - Resident Citizen Minor Fishing Series No. 9 Non - Resident Citizen Fishing Series No. 10 Non. - Resident Citizen Hunting Series No 12 i)uplicate aeries No. 15 Resident Citizen Sporting (Free) aeries No. 16 Resident Citizen a Military or Naval Sporting (Free) .0-4 g igCD CD 1 [D CD Ws 0 S, w M ro is m 'yr ro ¢'moo . 4m Ln ^Y y N' I-+ �+. O ro O P CD - eY ro o0 o c c $583.25 $59.00 $52415 i N Q _ _ _ -_ -- - - - - - - -- -- - -- .. __ - vt tcttil�. i4ta5S. - • - .......3�� rnsT,. Music _ N. -E. Conservatory 1929 17 600. Orleans, Mass. 'Margery Grier Art Washington U. 9 -.6 -44 12 380. Harwichport, Mass. Pd. ni v. of Fees F7sheries Retained and Game a $ 2.00 $ 78.00 $ 9.75 $ 68.25 rt 2.00 284.00 35.50 248.50 @ 3.25 61.75 4.75 57.00 @ 1.25 11.25 2.25 9.00 @ 225 2.25 .25 2.00 @ 5.25 36.75 1.75 35.00 c@ 1.50 9.00 1.50 7.50 2.25 6.75 .75 6.00 ® 5.25 10.50 .50 10.00 @ 10.25 82.00 2.00 80.00 r' @ .50 1.00 1.00 $583.25 $59.00 $52415 i N Q _ _ _ -_ -- - - - - - - -- -- - -- .. __ - vt tcttil�. i4ta5S. - • - .......3�� rnsT,. Music _ N. -E. Conservatory 1929 17 600. Orleans, Mass. 'Margery Grier Art Washington U. 9 -.6 -44 12 380. Harwichport, Mass. -Date PV tj pf x g ' y CD C IVwti'�d0 0 c�•°t r m� = camwrm�wc�a��ywM'®ca el- CD M CD y `* ' cm ro o a '-9 ti D o, td 0 000000 000000000000 � �N tD p TZ Tb � [a W P 0� t t ;: V tt W sir. w CAmW0 ti wWZA�v MUD mLn �IsYT�� 1�EGTG%B.I7�D" .,S'01� T�t,E ��B.ii 16�is rX O�lLE�1X,4 .Ararne of Child -flame of Father 1945 Jan. 9 John Carleton Perreault Jan. 17 1 Susan Kingston Vivian Jeanne Perrealllt p'e,b, � April 24 John Ifenriek Sparrow June 1 Leland Norman Williams Jule 14 Karen Alarie Forred June 19 Steven Paul Savage June 22 Judith Ann Alaynard July 13 Howard Doane Chase; Jr. July 24 Louis Henry Clark Aug, 6 Nancy Jean Ryder Aug. 9 Mary Pauline Linnell An . 24 Patricia Lee Williams Sept. 10 Geoffrey Robert Watkins pct. 29 Sandra Alexie Sparrow Nov, 1,0 Richard Fleury Hopkins Nov. 12 Eleanor Frances Felt Nov. 12 John Doane Reynolds Dec. 22 Patricia Karen Ireland Einilien J. Perreault John Charles Kinbstola RalpIn W. Perreault Iienrick Anderson Sparrow Cyril Williams Walter Alfred Forred Frederick Claud Savage Theodore Roosevelt Alavnard Howard Doane Chase Leon Augustus Clark Allan Douglas Ryder Curtis Henry Linnell Leland Hinkle 'Williams Henry Willard Watkins Eldredge Eluathan Sparrow Reuben ,'dney Bernard Hopkins Ed"vard Oliver Felt lliilot Shaw Reynolds Frank Clinton Ireland Arame of .Alother bd bd O a O >-4 M � r C N H CTS O r un to C W O C2 0 ro Helen L. IiDOWles Janet Wilson Beatrice 11. Felt Joan llllleI' Bertha Williams Gertrude .Marie Delet fi,nnic Id ith Evelyn Eldredge Anna Amanda Anderson N Lora Elaine C'otto" nary Ellis Anna Eva Nivicersorn Annie Pauline Oliver Shirley Norma ``iekerson Margaret Estelle Willianis Joyce Ann Gravem Luck- Flora Knowles 1lar;�- Rita Irene Collard Marilyn Isabel Fuleher Ruth Eleanor Serivens mof id- 9- Wassi Inst. Music N. E. Conservatory 1929 17' 600. Orleans, Mass. Margery Grier Art Washington U. 9 -6 -44 12 380, Harwichport, Mass. I N N I -- -12.1— MARRIAGES RECORDED FOR YEAR 1945 IN ORLEANS Date Name Of Parties Age 1le5ide.iiee 1945 Pebruary I8 Edwin Walter GonnplS 37 Orleans March; died Cora (heeds) Sears 28 Orleans 7 Edward Oliver 21 Mary Rita Felt 24 Orleans Nester Irene Collard Willis Qui May: 20 Orleans Katherine El1z nn a 48 Orleans Chambers 44 Esmond, R. I. 26 Jo beth hn Shed d Sch Grace Ellen (Cl (Clwartz June: ark 62 Orleans 15 Nie ) Clark 40 Orleans William Rice Xad. July. Norma pra 24 Indianapolis, 29 Gepr neenia Nickerson 18 Eastham �au�e Emil Ron August; es Evelyn finer 26 Eastham Darling 14 Robert Ki ng 21 Orleans 25 horothY Ligslep Ireland 28 Orleans Set Fran, Curtis Platt im mons 30 Boston, mass emb (Dieax 58 Waverly, P,3, a 6 Lawren s) Acker 58 dark S>ammit, P 14 Patricia LA "'Yu Baker Napolep aurena Poole 23 Orleans lass Rawl n Eli Tou 24 Fairhaven, 22 RoberR (Ushex gas 77 Orleans gp Janet SBruiit Ar uckle 51 Boston, Massy Iieginal ens 24 Yonkers, N 5 lvo $mb uriel Sm (11,19 IIi 23 Wellesley, iVXas` est ggins 21 Orleans Lester AIo 19 Orleans 2S Frances L NI . Sa.Nvler Lili (E �e ekerson 29 Avon a (Gerauld) T,,veddel 51 Orleans ass• 1 43 Chatham, M �11�v i y E'EATHS RECORDED FOR YEAR 1340 , IN ORLEANS Q Hate �Y,S. D. N1me Cd 'lanuary Q x � Sq nlc►- Effivard Tillistrand cc E 9 18 ��hrUary uel dgers Higgins �� S 4 lg Ilarrict '�Xr Amadon $$ r7 ig Ruth Smith Chase 72 4 26 �larchClarence HaTinamann 72 0 $ 5 Al 62 3 Aprk1bertu, Mmas INICIviiI 4 2 l , ChilSe $4 0 5 28 ce Jute. All gl�4ta Evelyn i�'itikc� 91 5 "y 1. X11 7 74 r 11 l e" Allen Tougas 51 2 74 ��1y. 4aynard Stanley Crosby 2 z `l 1p 1'e ,till 76 10 21 dust rliiic guise McPhail 70 2 �l 65 8 10 15 A1Trcel 'lose �'Nl be "y Betsy 1Sno�t rca }Ilt $7 15 Y �e illiam 67 Eudolpb Knabe 21 90 9 o�(4q %11 Aizgustiis Sl1oti << 25 a `1 2 23 , 2 Geouerite Louise Peltan 77 1$ 2� Etta gc E. T. ward 60 3 28 M 2g fiber. OlII�c Nesniith Baxter 2 26 2g 14ia� y 74 11 NV � 26 Alfred Part, idgen111gs fora 75 SE, LECTPdEN'S AND DEPARTMENTAL R1sC011IMENDATIONS FOR 1946 i Sclectnten's Salaries ~ - -- selectmen's Ex ;x;3,300.00 Selectme Pease 250-00 Town n's Supplies 1.00.00 Tou'n A"O ultant's Salary 1,000.00 Treaser', ant's Supplies ' 75.00 s Sal Collector' dry 330.00 s Saaar ITOW11 Clerk's S la ar 1,050 0D n Clerk Tr y 240.000 Clerical easurer and Collector's Expense 950. 1jega1 E �pense 1 950.00 �lssessornpa a 150.00 Constables Sal and Expense 1,450.00 Election and laries 7100,00 are of T01r,i Registration 350.00 1'olice11a" 13epair and Grouiid5 1,500.00 Eire De 200.00 partn1ent 3,0p0.00 `Virg 1y bepartinentalaries and Expense Sealer nspeetor ) 2,800.00 Sealer of Weights 50,00 �Iot of tiVe.9 and Afeasure5 Salary 100.00 h (13 ahts and Measures - 50' dera Oren My'cildent) Expense 2500.00 ,00 70 orest Warden) 25.00 �leals h(i cludin 450.00 sal . clime a dlt'n Nurse, Dental and Prc- aries Babies, Eoar and costs Amount of InspectOrd °f health, to be left to the 11's rs' A gttzrnaly) 1, 00:00 Of 00 I gh 4f Tolvn laughterin 1'00.00 i3oadsiaY ]epa rap g 700.00 cle 5,00:00 4011 fie. gush t; Yt�YSurveyor) Ilepair Of Cial (By 5ng (By Surl�eyor 00 paar Of ) ard-rail V eYor) ) 2,000.00 (13y S acid tine eg { B 200 uryey0r) chiuery and Bu Buildings ) 300.00 -127- R'ha vLights liars 03Y Harborutaster) li utaster o - Salary tarbr P oldster - Labor and Supplies �uli� {By Harbormaster) 014 c welfare and Support of Poor Nj,c 'kMistance N �� tt gel dsSistarlce - Administration © D pendent Children hoof pendent Children - Adlninistratioll S�Oty s i $y C'ornrnittee Cerks a� rary -By 'Trustees meter, d Blaygrounds -By Coll,11"issiott Soldier ley and Tombs -By Com missloll 14 11y Co °nuo1ents and Graves -- �'11pao nitllissiott °urt Repord Bonds cel>arders I mitt rteous rhtere g 40 01 of ttiTow " Notes r die n 1(,11 Propagation of Shellfish to �alsfish on table) titer pia °qa�' B IeO dotes refits Ttl,ial atld Junior- Senior High School ag Tit, le Armistice Day Exereises ltle Exie scent 4,700.00 800.00 50.00 200.00 20.00 2,000.00 15,000.00 100.00 600,00 25.00 61,000.00 1,p000.00 2,22,9.00 150.00 75 .00 725.00 450.00 100.00 400.00 30.00 1,450.00 1,500.00 50000 15000 1,000.00 6,500.00 200.00 50.00 200.00 $1347084.00 LEROY A.'IUI�ES4N, ALONZO INS. ,TONES' JAMES DICICIE, of Urleans• CS Cd 0 ©x aorj 4 n] r-I r-7 Q o C n� Y W iS -128 - Ai'`1I UAL TOWN MEETING TIJ& carri WARRANT IV[ONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Barnstable, 'S8. To ether Of the y of $ constables of the of Orleans, !n the he arnstable, Greeting. Ill the flame o£ are hereby directed Ie to C°mmontwealth of Massachusetts, of said affairs: tootvti, qualified to v °oteyiaiad warn the inhabitants meet Tow elections and in Towwn °h Zock hteelith (18th ii Hail in said Town on Monda ;ti lowing Miele Afternoon a h f February next, at one 1 Hall, in prle es in this and there to act on the foI- `lay, the ans NVarrant, and to meet in the Town there Nineteenth(1t1') °'clock in the Forenoon on Tues- to elect all ar) day of February next, then acid neeess y To`vla POLLS Tp � Officers. AdND ntAY CLp EN AT VINE O'CLOCK A.M. rticle AT TI'VO O'CLOCK RAL To ors °rmCol n10 , act "Poll the Annual Report {including e same Ittees Selectmen and other Town O�- Article and raise and appropriate money for br oo, ;v l r�aSlT® see if revers money f er1 with he 1� °wil will vote to authorize to issue of the g role dine approval of the ,Selectmen, to ure note Yea 'Me dine ii1 anticipation of the an to to new ally Or notes th eegintling January 1, .1948, and a£ ]ess th 3' not ere£or 44, General one note dotes rs Payable within one ye9r, t+arvs, n accordance be given for per ci Article g With Section 14, , Ch p• to esl;nf1946 the surplisliat stun, if ail.),, Town vote Article Ill the Treasury to apply ltol a.rds ever 4• year at fey iscelV e If the T Trustees for rise of the ed from tile own will a.l�propl late ivltat. pence of the LiibrPurchase 11ONV x of tile o£ books to be available by file rs or ails- other lawful e %" —129 — .Article 5. To see if the town will elect a To, director he for GaPe Cod Extension Service, as provided in the General Laws Chapter 128. and Article 6, to .raise To see if the Town ive vote Dollars li]3i.opriatc �- fundred ($5b0 italaf d the est b- a Sitm not to exceed Five lisl 00) to be paid to tile. Cape Cod 11 nt of'nient of a free bed in the Hospital for care e persons certified by the Selectmen to be reside tweet, ;n ot`,ii and treatm ace and unable to ay for such care of the Genera Law. cord with Section 74 of Chap and act ajVS thereon r take any action in relation thereto d to raise an RP rticle 7. To see if the Town will Ijollars ($150,00) to . Pria.te the sun-, of One Hundred Fifty ter 68S of AetymplOV Patrol Service, as required by a haouneed by tile direetof x`941, on days determinedil an' cieparttaentdefined Nor s2� n, tolbe division of s three orthigher fire hazard, as iolize Act. autl will vote to {�Ine and Article 8. To see if the Torn notice of a con" selectnic,n to sell,, after first givingf sale i� so aa,y,s at fourteen ( Se ectll e t•enielitf Sale by posting s1ell notice a e p roperty �ea,St be and public lace In the town tak en �bt, fore the sale or at private sale, p t the may °r VIliander tax title procedure proved cho such take anY eJE�et msoever they may authorize acle�Iuate, or action ally bid which they deem in from relative thereto. it , the GArticle 9. To see if the Torn «'ill vote t ktl fire sum a verl tl�e R,esel 500 p0 f rtv , ay Reserve Account to DO ($2' t the ° TIiousand Five Hundred D e to accepct al Ar °vlkrt"" 10. ' Nvil "ill of , anti . a ision To see if the 1'0 1945, being g m tioon, lzthari s °f Chapter 723, Act` of zntet7ance oriel :e ze the establishment an(] i1la ad -Vartntents for fnrnisllilWar 1Y or other l eter; a d assistai ce tosvetel veteran of i�TOl ld t the t fron the orbs eertiele 11. To see if the To�vil �aS p. the gill f ttv &under the will of the late Albertrovl tb tIihe same a£ the s d Albeit P� Sluitll,dandrua de.�ake a o" 3 . "a -1.30— shall be invested and kept invested in perpetuity, and that the income therefrom derived shall be used for the care and Preservation of the .small burying ground at the corner of G.A.R. Highway and Alain Street, in the Town of Orleans, in manner and in the order following: First: For the care of the grave of Mary Paine Smith, the grandmother of said testator, and for the care, and if and as the same may be necessary, the re- newal of the stone at said grave; Second: For the care and preservation and re- newal of the fence about said burying ground, and Third: For the cutting and trimming of the grass in and for the upkeep of said burying ground. Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, or transfer from unappropriated availablle funds in the treasury, a sum of money for Chapter 90 IIIg way Construction, or take any action relative thereto. Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise apd appropriate, or transfer froin unappropriated available funds in the treasury, a stun of money for Chapter 90 1li01 way maintenance, or take any action relative thereto, Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 97, Chapter 41 contained in Valuine 1' Chapter 1 132 �,, known as ,the , of the General Laws of Massael,uset�e establishment Tercentenary edition which provides for n of the Selectmen. a Police I}epartment under the direet3© a Article a To see if the Town will vote to raise a ed appropriate a Dollars ($1200 04 °f money not to exceed Twelve Hilnr aO in the De ) to purchase a police cruising car fo partment, Article 10. To See ' st of Two Hundred if the Town will accept the be si��a L. Northup for the °liars ($200.00) of the estate of `�00 4, in the name of Jo perpetual care of Cemetery Lot O Article 17 ua L. hTOrtl,up nd appropriate the To see if the Town will vote to raise d0) for the purpose of of One Thousand Dollars ($1'p00C' junction with a 'IVelce ebmting the Fourth of duly Ill rai37 wing bonze day for returned yete —131 — °f World r Orleans, to be spoi,s6red 4 the Orleaa5 Posts No 308 3 Sl of the b111erican Legion, est) With a c °IU>nitte0 frog„ organizations of the tolvn (by and �1rti vote to raise a ele 18. 'I'o see if the Town I�'ill Dollars ($ 00) f4lliropriate tl,e suns of Three hundred during 1946' by tie �an or Goi ilnlrni.b('I3and11 �13�t11e ruest) a and t� b request) to rail anPr� Article 19. To see if the Town will vote X500.00) er >7r °Irl liriate the sun, of Five hundred Doll, libl c chars 'IS 11r ding atnllseinc nt or e2,tertai„tnent of P by request} �l of 1909. ( ed by Chapter 158 of the Acts to raise and ap11I`�rticle 20. '1`o see if the Torun will vote s,11n of teen �I'iate or take from available funds the 8,900.00) °r 1911t Thollsand Nine 13undred Dollars Ill at alter he nurposc� of builClil, an additioi, on and that the RTQio1,s to the Elementary Orleans, of three School in of ci set clerator be authorized to apl)ail,t a coiig Coinli,itte �r'itl, guild cl the School Conlinitte.e as a request) �D111111ittee to act without pay. (by appro- ai,d bri Articl, ,, will raise to be e the V. • o see if the 1 °�`llars ($2,000.008nd the ( 1>7 ir1 of Two Thousand D stable der plh10 cool1eration with the Count,. E1 he,rof theill) is # °visits vealtll of Massachusetts. or 1 Llbws, an Beach 4ttlltio„1 of tylialAer 91 of the Genera ii�,apth re. I. ill�e 'T thereto and aniendi„ent thereof; t0,a . for e e ty t th°� o£ i, playground at the OrleaI 1e4To�n,s prop that el'osion and the roteetioi, of the Alaet, P slid 4nl�rAI.tiel (by request) gate to T� °usavd 1011 Upriat 22. To see if the Tolvi, tiviIl yen ar. °r (G7 a slim of ,Honey not to e: re wing Ro authh of aid iet,k ,000,00) for the purpose of at the i„Nvorks, aalvi reef'aI za buildi.ng i1 section of i'1pent of pl,bliari egi,al 111 °ll ou of n oviding the State Depart- a at least ht � ateriva 's will 1Ippropriat_ llrl Artfor this Purpose. (by request.) 5e aiid aptised i 4t ele rai•' e h ('.q e the 23 To see if the `1`OW]' will 00) to b di,l,t, 114 tperat;ulll of Six Hundred Dollars ($6al' egilal altb of lay' on With Russell C. Jo "'so", t �owi „onivChapter 11, 11 l o th ttst�yrY,oeithe.rrofttb le aiu,cler proviso thereto a.nd eeueral Laws, and acts in additio Qi zo H 0 ;o CO M - 132- -- amendments thereof, to ri ra the beach at Pleasant Bay for the prevention of erosion of Mate Highway, Route 28, and property of Mr. Russell C. Johnson. (by request) Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) to be used under the direction of the Board of Engineers of said Town to defray the expense of drafting plans and fur, nishing estimates for the Alterations and Additions to the Fire Station. (by request) Article 25. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven will and Fifty g Dollars ($750.00) for the purpose of radio hard surfacing, install- ing settees, and planting shrubs on the strip of land adjoin ac quired by the town the Old Cemetery near the U. S. Post office, recently ac (by request) Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to raise niid appropriate the sum Of Eleven Hundred and Fifty Dollars or use the purchase a B -21 LaPlant- Choate Bulldozer use with the Torun �� Caterpillar" Tractor. (by request) Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the ($2,200.00} for the Pu of Twenty Two Hundred Dolla�lt Oil, Nest Road, fromlm81�ak O grading to the residence rf ing, hlr. Herbert 1I. Burr, or to do or to act anything thereon (by request) Article 28. seal coat To see if the Town xr ill vote to raise and appropriate the slug of Three hundred Dollars ($300.00) to quest) with asphalt and sand., Freeman's Lade (by re- Article 29. appropriate the To See if the Torun will vote to raise aild ($550.00) to seal coat of Five hundred and Fifty Dollaar Road, from Brides with asphalt and sand, hock Har(Uy request) °e Road to the store of Arthur F. Smith• Article 30 appropriate the To See if the Town will vote to raise ailj ($2200.04) for the of Twenty Two Hundred Dull th 'request) or Road, or to do or grading anyth nguthereon `r(b�' 1 Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to raise aid —133 - dred Dollars spPropriate the sum of Thirty Four facing with oil, .40) for the purpose of grading a t ng thereon. (b3' req Rstj r Road, or to do or to act any will vote to raise and Article 32. To see if the Town Seventy Dollars ($270 in forlinatemalfto , be used�n placing ea o milli to ui dire 0 00 Road from property A. Pis Ater on the Tonset R ke. (by request) to authorize Article 33. To see if the To %vil will voter o f the To -'°n tp be $ of Selectmen to aPPOint rd as d a£ theef,as s o� detection unstable, whom said violations accordan the Coraonwealth relative to shellfisheries, r 130, Section with to 9g the provisions of General Laws, of 1941• ; a 8 raises amended by Chapter 59S of theeding Seventeenses of dare and appropriate a uln the salary d 11at ugs there - d dollars ($1700.00) to Pay top Constable and to do and to act any the Pertaining. (by request) Grote to pay our, h Rua Artiele 34. To see if the TOW" ($1.00) per (badSurVe or at the rate of One e e y the Fir Quest) tivill vote to pay Dollars hi Article 35. To see if the Town and Trven m of Four ($7e£ a salary of Seven Hundred and the su and 11 nd 0 d ($400.00) to meet the requested salary ' sines that a year and raise any other may$ gally 36 And the me g. R'5 191 eery T TUESDAY, FEBRUA pffi vote for the election of the following Coe Moderator for one Year ane Selectman for Three years e ,ears OAssessor for Three years welfare for ea re e ile Member Board of Pub" for Three ()ne Member Board of Health iI f. -134 — One Town Clerk for One Year One Town Treasurer for One Year One Collector of Taxes for One Year One Member School Committee for Three Years One Trustee Snow Library for Three Years One Surveyor of Highways for One Year Two Constables for One Year One Park Commissioner for Three Years And you are directed to serve 1119 up attested copies thereof this Warrant, by post - the store of William 112 at the three Post Offices and clays at least before • Higgins, in said Town, Seven (7) the time o f holdin HEREOF FAIL NOT g said meeting. Warrant, with your doin a and make- due return of this the time and place of et thereon, to the Town Clerk, at meeting, as aforesaid. Given under o£ January in the our hands this Twenty -Ninth (29) day Bred and fort-_ Year of otzr Lord one thousand nine day szx LEROy A. NICI�.ERSON, ALONZO W. JONES At test JAMES I)ICII�� A true copy. Selectmen of Orleans. ; Constable ANNUAL REPORT SCHOOL COMMITTEE TOWN OF ORLEANS FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1945 ORGANIZATION FOR 1945 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Term expires 1946 Roger F. Smith, Chairman Term expires 1947 Abbie Mitchell, Secretary Term expires 1948 Franklin S. Murray SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Charles lI. Pratt, A.M. S011001, PHYSICIAN I3enry A. White, M.D. SCHOOL NURSE Doris Pond, R.N. SUPERVISOR OF ATTENDANCE Henry A. Perry -136 — FINANCIAL STATEMENT —137— GENERAL �KPended in Needed in 1945 Appropriation $56,500.0{) CONTROL: 1945 1946 Refunds 11.08 School Committee Salaries and Expenses $ 350.04 $56,511.08 Superintendent of Schools Enforcement of Law— Expenditures 56,486.13 Salaries —.—� Office Expenses 1,133.58 $ 24.95 160.78 INSTRUCTION. 1,949.01 Supervisors �-- Principals and Teachers Textbooks $x'124 00 26,538.34 Supplies 609.00 AUXILIARY AGB $ 1,795, 3 Libraries NCIES 950.69 OPERATION: Films, Carting, Phone, Athletics, Graduation Janitors Insurance, Lunch Puel $ 3,977.77 Lights, Gas, Janitor Supplies 1,695.92 $ 1,644.36 29,222.03 7,622.70 1,795.93 15,870.21 $ 1,755.00 32,846.00 8,319.00 1.,700.00 10,380.00 330.90 $56,4 g q -- ---� —. $61,000.00 NET COST OF SCHOOLS — YEAR 1945• $56,486.13 �penditures Amount clue on Account of School in 1945 1,949.01 MAINTENANCE: �-- Repairs, Replacement Town of Brewster Tuition and Upkeep Receipts from Athletics AUXILIARY AGB $ 1,795, 3 Libraries NCIES Health Transportation $ 258.16 831.23 Films, Carting, Phone, Athletics, Graduation 5,800.00 Insurance, Lunch 18.25 2,474.80* 8`~- OUTLAY. ................ $32,833.25 New Grounds and Buildings quipent $1,190.20 m $ 330.90 $ 1,644.36 29,222.03 7,622.70 1,795.93 15,870.21 $ 1,755.00 32,846.00 8,319.00 1.,700.00 10,380.00 330.90 $56,4 g q -- ---� —. $61,000.00 NET COST OF SCHOOLS — YEAR 1945• $56,486.13 �penditures Amount clue on Account of School in 1945 Mass. Gen. School Fund Part I $2,745.00 4,945.88 Town of Eastham Tuition Town of Brewster Tuition 5,179'77 Receipts from Athletics 419.35 Received from sale of lunches 5,605.15 Pederal Subsidy for lunches 2,264.68 Sale of supplies City of Boston Tuition & Trans. 18.25 2,474.80* $23,652.88 $23,652.88 Net cost ................ $32,833.25 1944 account Tuition $1,042.30 147.90 $1,190.20 Trans. 1945 account Tuition $1,233.82 50.78 $1,284.60 Trans. $2,474.80* --138— REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS To the School Committee of Orleans- The following is submitted as the Annual School Report for 1945. The School Census this year shows a slight increase over a year ago. This increase is particularly noticed in the elementary school where the membership has shown growth for several years and is now the highest since 1936. The high school building was completed in 1939 with a rated capacity of 300. On October first of that year there were 206 in membership but during years of war the number has fallen off considerably. The same general program is offered as would be re- quired if membership were much larger. Practically the same number of classes are required in order to carry on the General, Commercial and College courses. Most classes might well, and doubtless soon will be, larger. The elementary building with four rooms has eared for six .grades, Enrollment there has increased to the point where two grades are more than one teacher can handle with justice to the pupils. X am glad to know that there is prospect of two more rooms to be added to that building. That will provide a room and •a, teacher for each grade. Because of crowded conditions an extra teacher has been secured for the sixth grade and it has been moved . to the art room .in the high school. That arrangement is good for a short emergenev period but is not desirable for either the grade or for the temporary expedient. high school except as a We have had several changes in the high school faculty during the past year. Mr. Leonardi returned to the prin- cipalship time to to the Soc March, Mr. Broo h ks was then able to devote is ial Science department. Mr. George Nicholas succeeds Mr. Oak�man in the ,Science department; Miss Mulholland has been secured for the English depart - responsibility rbbs for an+d Miss Capiferri have assumed regret the loss of Mrses eight and seven respectively. We tor, to the [Tniversit Cousens, Home Economics Instrue- Y of New Hampshire. Salaries have been increased somewhat during the past year in order to secure as good teachers as possible in these days of grave shortage of teachers. If tine were to make the comparison we should observe. —139— that school expenditures have increased from $32,492.58 in 1935 to $56,486.13 in 1945, an increase of $23,993.55 in ten nears. Analysis of these figures shows that expenditures for instruction salaries has increased 59.9% while the in- crease of all other costs of schools has been 89.5 %. Why all this increase? During the period between 1935 and 1945 the new high school has been erected and the faculty enlarged. Lunch service has been greatly ex- panded and the value of the dollar has declined. In other words, a dollar does not purchase as much in way of goods or services as it did ten years ago. I am glad to report that the present salary rates for teachers is more favorable than for some years though further improvement should still be planned. Replacements in teaching personnel Dave been difficult and expensive. In order to compete salary wisc yin a highly competitive market with any discrimination we have been obliged to offer financial inducements of ,sub- stantial nature. It is fortunate that the burden of increasing costs has been carried in a large measure by continual growth in valuation of the town. These are some of the "growing pains" of a prosperous community. I am glad to re the during the present general tone t quality year. I of the schools have improved see no reason why this improvement may not be continued. Returning Veterans In the years of sear our high school, like all others, . has suffered a loss of membership due to absence of young people who entered the service of their country. Now we rejoice to welcome their return to civilian life. Many of these people did not complete their high school work be- fore leaving. Experience and maturity have given some of them the desire to do so. Others have changed their out- look and now desire to obtain the rewards and satisfactions that would result from college work. Ved,eral aid for returning veterans has placed a col- lege education within reach of many who might not other- wise be able to afford it. The Commonwealth of Massachu. setts, through the State Department of Education has of- fered the facilities of the University Extension Department without charge to returning veterans through regional high school correspondence courses. A coach is hired for these courses at the school where they are offered. Veterans are -144— afforded an opportunity to complete any work necessary for a high school diploma or prepare for admission to their chosen school of higher education without cost if they desire to conserve their federal aid to pay college expenses. Such a regional high school unit is being organized at 0.'- leans where three veterans have signified Heir desire to profit by it. HIGH SCHOOL Alfred J. Leonardi, Principal The past four years have seen a gradual decrease in the enrollment of Our school, however we are pleased to report that on October 1st of this year a small increase was noted over that of last year. In all gradual increase in the'lumber Probability there will be a few years due to the fac hat many doft the ufam lies have completed their war work and will in the near future return to this community and also to the returning veterans. Veterans possibility of enrolling tending regional high schools b have the opportunity of at- may wish to register in o but it is our opinion. that a few ur town high school. Staff Changes There have been several staff changes this past year and we feel that frequent chin to disrupt rather than a benefit large numbers usually tend pleasure to report that the school system. It is my are working out well, new regular members of our staff changed for the better. The entire attitude of the school has Curriculum During the year 1939 tendent Of Schools this office and that of the Superin- of our schools. ''trade a couXprehensive stud of the needs various courses of stud dY was made Y to all of our students Y so as Primarily to establish to assure the best possibilities changed except that The courses of study have not been been put back into theneh 3 and out two 12th Business Review have itself to continue on the 1 H ghtSch School 'having again qualifies England College Admissions of schools certified by the New Board. Our athletic team drool Activities have performed well during the past —141 -- year. The basketball team had a rather good year under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Lynch and the base aalltteam repeated its performance of last year by defeating and by being declared Cape Champions. We are rather fortunate in having an active ember Vi f under the leadership of Mrs. Beryl Eldredge, a m o o our faculty. It has always been an established fact that an active F.T.A. is a towns Through the effortslof the executive to an up -to -date meetings have been held and program committees, m mee onthly m g both in contacts and the results have been very g ayin g, and in projects established between teachers and p n undertaken. The (question and Answer Box has caused much favorable comment. in+ this way both the parents and uese teachers have found a means, whereby they may Puzzling tions and receive replies to problems that have been p them. At the October meeting of the P.T.A. M high . ile rd Tib- betts spoke on the project of enlarging li brary and very generously offered several hundred volumes from his own personal collection to encourage this L o th- while idea. Mr. henry K. Cummings, Mrs. Urban , ston, Mr. Fiske Rollins and -Mr. James Melcher have also donated books. These are being catalogued with the assis- tance of Miss Ruth Barnard, and a sadu m comparable ara'bia e to that in the Orleans Public Library is The senior class under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Mulholland voted to renew the Washington Trip. To that end many affairs have been held such as dances, food sales, and the senior play, for the purpose of raising money. "Through the Key Role" presented on December 14th ill the high school auditorium, was an outstanding success. Much credit is due the seniors and their coach for an excel- lent performance. This year Friday mornings have been reserved as as- selxnbly days. The student body looks forward with anticipa- tion to these gatherings where the seniors in rotation, re- cite or write and deliver papers on various subjects. The main purpose of these talks is to develop poise and sRe- confidence when addressing a large group p p cently a marked improvement has been noted by the mem- bers of the faculty. -14?— —143— REPORT FOR ORLEANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Melvina S. Beeler, the new addition aucl trusts that it allo�vsdaPlenty activities, en principal space without Posts ed °trle rainy considerably set back by the The Elctnentary School o The yearly proximate number of I25 pupil in six this fall with an ap- changing of classes lit moving attcl the forced closing of four teachers. number the end it the third week school. However, the lightening of duties and the oppor- grades divided among because of tunity to give more individual attention l rest of has the school somewhat overcrowded conditions, the sixth grade was moved to the Art room at the High School and is ttotiv tau ht b set this. Generally speaking, Rennie of Brewster. The nd " remaining g promises to be a satisfactory one. The splendid cooperation around to divide the duties as y re s lifted five grades were shifted from the teachers, the caretaker, cafeteria manager, parents Recently, at a special town evenly as possible. and all concerned contribute greatly to the regular working appropriated to make investigation 1 meeting, the money was of the daily schedule to maize the -Year a happy successful as to the cost of the addition Of two one, even in the face of all the-varied circumstances of the thr°ugh an. architect appreciated by Elementary School. more rooms to the fall. This constant cooperation is deeply app Two eases of Infantile Paralysis the principal, since there must -be uu1ted effort for success tart' School families closed the schooltfor in anything. Otte of the Elemen- days, during which the buildin a period of seven REPORT OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC The school continues to ng as thoroughly disinfeeted By Thomas Nassi, Supervisor Art and Instrumental Music teachers J v the weekly visits of the loss of a vocal music teacher, , but keen] One vocal per cent y feels the Peace finds the majority of the country's schools trying Cross continues from membershi to pick up the threads where they were left in 1941 and to Year to year p in the Junior Red continue from then, This is especially true in the music activities of the organization have field.Te, on this part of the Cape, have been fortunate in about 100 wrapped g• c �� fisted Io f me of the securing an �I8 a botnd5 � doll local not having had this department interrupted. �vVe have been supplying For an infantile liaralysis vi loll Cape Cod 1[I S Q o f able to advance in the face of difficulties, for example, the hospital For months, and of echildge asaiIlsbe ill lack of wind instruments. �'Ve have been able to dig up old preparin wh singing of carols for a shut -in, g a basket of fruit nstruments, repair them and thus put them to use. e Our traffic officer s uit and have hunted for instruments everywhere we could think of. nicely under Grade 1r to ystem continues to On the other hand, we encouraged the study of stringed safe before, during protcet the children operate very instruments which could be obtained with less difficulty. the playground under the suer school fill the hebandikeep theist The result has been gratifying. Grade V has talzeta over the I vision oft g and on One rarely �vi11 ftrtd in the country in towns with the fact6rily in assistin tuicliroo'f teachers• Also, same or even larger school populations, instrumental organi- iitg tables. g Gravies 1-11, acre duties quite nations such as our own. Our school musicians are sought Weekl , ping dishes satis- 3 assemblies oil l+rida , �t�ul wash- by the New England Festival Association. and other music the children the opportunit y moruulf, groups. Over 10`0 of the New England Orchestra will be in exercises and situ y of. .1111 " continue to our owl' musicians. -Many New England communities are vocal, speaking; and iiigtruin attalof pai'�'ctparless"I o en- sharin pen- not represented in this orchestra because of a lack of good such tones is felt very talent y their Ala ,ers, Our school orchestras, bands and small ensembles instead of having to tell the need Of each other, At are participating in a great many civic affairs in their home tables on benches. uncotnfortabl a small auditorium towns and elsewhere. ' g on 1V n `lilditori�tt the lnnc hroom The Lower Gape SchQOl Symphony Orchestra, composed Mr. Nassi s teaching programs, etc. edtiescla could be used for The Elementary Scho °1 Y, orchest� a `voriz 3,5, of selected musicians from my district has rehearsed all sum- ay' eagerly , plays, mer. This fall it gave five concerts and a broadcast. The looking forty response by the listeners was spontancous and the contribu- ard to —I44- tions were "cry This Orchestra will go to a Bos- ton Symphony concert next The aim of March. First, to give an Mrs. N and myself lies been twofold. who desire and vean ap o£ playing an instrument to all give special opportunities to those 101 music_ secondly, to aptitude, ability and desire, ho have above orchestras and bands in The elements average grou each school taires y and advanced Symphony Th the Junior Community Band, care of the first Cape Cod Philhar Lover Cape School England Festival Orchestra takesmca le S the of our musicians. Society and the Ncty The aptitude tests for more advanced grades' with blackboard each child begin the first two rhythm patterns. Later they ark y f simple and advanced groups. In the fourth apply to and with this the grade the their rhythm band fi the y combine rhythm land duce the symphonet reds on, pupil chooses a re mom the 5tli instrument. tone. of the aforesaid are pupils advance tb orchestral or band ganizatioils once they become members The Orleans IIi h an organization an g School Orchestra is un well balanced Y city would be questionably received b group of 32 membersproud to h It is a Y the audience. It . Its ave. selections and rehearses at 9 large concerts are well The band membership is ha a very dn�periolre of k1.11 ever T The Junior Orchestra is day. The Svmphonet Class has 22 a up of 16 members. Due t' cans ha meiubers. has been impossible to continue in the elementary grades, and the symphocontinue rhythm school it trying conditions and not upltos has tvorIr in the lower to be hoped that in the f par tQithn continuing under favorable because the uture these other tote lower grades tvi]I fotiudation conditions "Will be It is My sincere the ksQ to inethe1�clrell more every-thin.. get lit the operation in inaIcing such IIIr. LeOnardi for jiistudies. a fine orchestr fine co. ART vjSP0. �tT a a success. After a yearn gery Grier, Supervisor we in the art classes the � otfe I a�n outside —just an extra do ilat feel pleae know art is the cones nt©fng• 3 hhtit art'. ps so report that �lieii much on the every unlail y understood we being and it is sinl- --145— ply the question of doing things, anything, well. The painter, Robert Henri, said, "When the artist is alive in any person, whatever his kind of work may be, he becomes an inventive, searching, Glaring, self- expressing creature. He disturbs, upsets, enlightens, and he opens ways for a better under - standing. When those who are not artists are trying to Close the book, he opens it, shows there are more pages pos. sible." That is exactly what I am striving to bring out in the children in the first siw grades, within the limits of their weekly art periods —°-` `inventive, searching, daring, creative work." When such results are obtained in the lower grades the art work of the future junior and senior high school will reach high levels of endeavor. The more varied the inter- ests in the upper classes the wider the understanding and consequent need of caiitinued self- expression. Abundant material; pencils, pastels, paints, crayons, inks, scissors and varieties of paper at the disposal of each pupil enable liim to experience the joy of self- expression and ultimate achieve- ment. :duce zve are too far away from cities to make regular visits to Art Museums possible we are introducing periods of discussion in our high school classes where the student is encouraged to express his own opinion about art and what it means in the community. More often than not the pupils suddenly realize, during these talks, the untold beauties surrounding thein which they had always heretofore taken for granted. To be grateful for the privilege of living in a beautiful part of this country, to appreciate it fully, to inter- pret its moods and seasons on paper: these are a few of the things we in the art classes are beginning to do, and, in so doing, such terms, as form, composition, color, value and line become full of real meaning. REPORT OF SCHOOL PHYSICIAN By Henry A. White, M.D. The new vear started with a mild epidemic of Chicken Pox. A fear eases appeared in December, and during Febru- ary it dwindled away. Mks always the main cause of absences from schools, and probably ;drays will be, is the common cold. This cannot be cradic.ated, but the numbers of cases could be lessened if students ware not sent to schools duringg, the acute stages to diseinininate the disease. —146— Tile number of carious teeth in the upper grades is grow- ing less each year. More care is being taken to have cavities promptly filled than was taken ten years ago. The lower grades have a considerablt number of children with bad teeth, but these teeth are mostly ones of the first or tempo- rary set. A number of students are found each year with diseased tonsils most of whom have them removed before another school year starts. There is also a certain proportion of students with feet that have a tendency toward flatness. Recommendation that this and other defects be corrected, is made to the parents through the school nurse. We are seldom bothered by cases of head lice but in September 8 cases were found when school opened. Had there been the proper cooperation by the parents, the cases could have been quickly cleared up and not much time lost by the pupils. Last fall 2 cases of Infantile .Paralysis occurred, one case in a child in one of the lower grades and the other a pre- school child, sister to the afflicted one. The schools were closed as a result of public pressure. Closing of the schools is merely an idle gesture unless the whole school population is kept strictly at home during the closing, and not allowed T mingle in the theatre, on the streets and in the stores. Three and a half weelrs later a fatal case occurred in a young married woman that had not connection with the tip *a previous ones which were hospitalized. REPORT OP THE SCHOOL NURSE Doris A. Pond, R.N. The Public health proa m Of the well. covered. It is based on thestate and townsh health lajvs with cooperation of the parents and teachers in all branches. There has been a general increase in better health due to the more simplified living enforced b The majority of y war conditions. Illueh more interest`iscal defects has the present time we being shown in dental decreased. teeth. have only a few children with poor This summer and Fall a f tonsils and adenoids wei.4 re air percentage of defective ger of the common cold and oved, thus decreasing hte dan- Children failing the ge�zeral infections. specialists for corrective ye tests were recommended to glasses. -147— The Present System of eye examination is inadequate. The State Department of Health is recommending the new "Vision Test Kit" to be used by all schools. It detects those who should receive the attention of the eye specialists. Each year the audiometer tests are given. This system is considered the most accurate way of finding defective hearing. Most failures were caused by colds or wax in ears. Manv children have attended the clinic for "Crippled Children" at the Cape Cod Hospital, held by Dr. Norton, a well known orthopedic specialist, with results that correc- tions are made that wield have gone unnoticed. We were not able to have our annual check -up by the "Chadwick Clinic" because of the shortage of X -ray material and personnel. For those who wish to be examined and X-rayed the clinics are conducted at the Cape Cod Hospital. This fall the State Department of Massachusetts gave a thirty hour course in Public IIealth Nursing for the Public Health Nurses of Cape Cod. This course ;vas most construc- tive and educational. I feel that I have gained a great deal by attending these lectures and hope to be able to carry out a more complete School Health Program in the future. Statistical Report Schools visited 2 Schools visits 181 Individuals admitted to nursing service 226 Field visits to and in behalf of cases 118 Office nursing visits 936 Inspections by nurse 873 Examinations by physician in April and October 578 Assisted physician with examinations 578 Eye tests 280 Sanitary inspections 10 Class room inspections 10 Reports sent home 100 Taken home 6 Recommended sent home 40 Recommeirded to see doctor 25 Weighed and measured 600 Physically handicapped Children 4 Public lectures attended 25 Health bulletins 25 Contagious Diseases Infantile Paralysis 1 Chicken Pox 45 -14s— —149 — Infectious Diseases Impetigo Fall term will open Monday, September 9, 1946 at the usual Pediculosis 10 Scabies 13 hour Faeulty meeting of the Union will be held on Saturday, 1 Diptheria Anti -Toxin Clinic held September 7, 1946 at 9:30 A.M. at the Harwich April, May and June High School Number treated Pre - school .56 SCHOOL CENSUS School 12 44 Boys Girls Audiometer Test Held in Novem'er Five years or over and under seven 23 17 Tested Seven years or over and under sixteen 87 86 Failed 122 6 110 193 ORLEANS SCHOOL CALENDAR The annual meeting of the faculty Distribution of Above Minors of all schools of this Union has held in the Eastham School at 9 :30 A.M. ch In public day school membership: Saturday, ay, September 8, 1.945. During that afternoon Five years or over and under seven 25 a meeting of Orleans faculty was held at the buil plans were m dings of this town where made for the opening In PriSeven years or over and vate School membeshipunder sixteen 169 of the schools on Monday, Schools Open Seven years or over and under sixteen 2 Schools Close September 1D; 1945 December Not enrolled in any day school: Five 946 21, 1945 January 2, 1 February `y 15 1946 years or over and under seven Seven years or over and under sixteen 15 Grades 1'-8 2 February 20, 1946 213 February` 2,,, 1916 Grades 9 -12 April April 22, 1946 6 June 2D, 0, ENROLLMENT BY GRADES 94 1946 School Holidays October 1, 1945 Friday, October 12, 1945— .Columbus Day Friday, October 26, 1945 — Barnstable County Teachers , stitute Grade Boys s Girls Total In- Monday, November 12, 1945 -- Armistice 1 16 7 23 (Sunday Nov. ll) pay 2 11 14 25 Thursday and Frida y, November 22 3 9 8 17 and 23 Thanksgiving Recess � 194a— 4 13 4 17 Monday, December 31, 1945 and Tuesday, New Year's Recess 3 , January 1, 1945 5 11 6 6 10 10 17 20 Friday, February 22, 1946 (Vacation Period) Washington's Birthday 7 7 7 8 8 5 14 Friday, April 19,1946 -- 13atriot's Da 9 11 21 13 32 Thursday and Friday May 36 and (Vacation on Period) 25 43 emorial Da Recess 11 20 20 40 High School Graduation, Thursda June P.M. in the ILigh S' June 20, 1946 chool ay 12 13 19 32 at 8:00 Total 147 146 293 -150 — TABULAR STATEMENT OF MEMBERSHIP BY GRADES AS OF OCTOBER 1, 1945 Grade 193519361937193819391940194 11942194319441945 1 10 27 13 16 1.5 18 19 22 22 25 23 2 27 21 26 15 15 16 17 18 17 19 25 3 19 20 18 25 14 17 14 17 24 19 17 4 23 1 7 21 19 28 15 16 12 19 22 17 5 20 19 17 19 19 28 15 16 11 16 17 6 33 21 20 19 16 22 30 16 17 12 20 7 16 31 30 20 22 19 23 28 18 16 14 8 20 15 26 25 17 24 19 21 25 14 13 9 29 30 25 33 50 39 48 43 42 46 32 10 26 26 29 22 41 47 38 37 33 39 43 11 23 24 23 27 41 39 44 33 29 32 40 12 36 22 19 24 31 40 37 35 28 21 32 P. G. 1 4 2 1 1 -6 132 125 115 113 107 116 111 101 110 113 119 7 -12 150 148 153 151 206 210 209 198 175 168 174 Totals 282 273 268 264 313 _326 320 299 285 281 293 GRADUATION EXERCISES Class of 1945 ORLEANS HIGH SC1100L Thursday, June Fourteenth Muriel Estelle Brewer CLASS ROLL Charles Whitman Chase Peter Augustus Hansen Richard Akers Ellis George Paul Norgeot Irene Florence Freeman John Wilson Parker Donald Edward Fulcher Warren Linnell. Peterson Clyde Franklin Fuller Martin Sidney Reimers* James Murray Gage Mary Josephine Rose Charles Angus Gunn Robert Rose* Lawrence ATorton James Barbara Ann Roy Kenneth Jennings* Ruth Sherman Norma Frane-enia Nickerson Peter Smith Lois Tho William *In armed %ervic Lois ho W''illiam David Sturtevant es at *In armed scrl ic mpson time graduation TEACHERS wxo "AVE LEFT OUR SERVICE Name IN 1945 Harold C. Robertson Date of Termination Length of Serv. Helen A. Beals June 15, 1945 1 Dorothy W. Cousens June 15, 1945 1 year Walter F. Oakman June 15 8 months Francis R. Sears June 15, 1945 1 year 1945 g years June 15, 1945 2 years to rW v O a sseappy auiog A.z•e1uEj 51+61 •1das 00tIat.Iaclg04 aoI.Ia as s too' aarnaaS u'u2ag 'Q011 ,0,I7aCla,Ia 100L10s alu'a N —151— Cd �d q vi c6 r1S va 2 M M va v� CS c�dl �1 C3 40 .. �S �q �y Q) H 0 M ..,.� lV Ui � s1:Z o ia) WOA W�a00a0aop w 000 oc°dcddo °c'c7 '=6 606 fN�N090 c0 U3 e'QCS [O'©MM tlp+d CdD« to CV3 Lo CD N 'C 4 S LV P1 H Q no cd it o a �• C'S C' "mss 1 aQ � pS C Cd oaiU a� ° 1 3 ai c~d �' si kp r 1p� 1�y d Zj z U 'Q+U E-+ pp up4Wvia W WGiI �pqZ s ca d r dry. Zq CO a tom m a: p4 cu mawUC1WU"' aka a-i Cd bn 0 � 1 cu ca W�7W 008 ca ���:� �•�•�4.; U�t� � l -:4 1� D CU ww— W En WG4��f Ed�+C H' -152— INDEX Annual 1946 Town, Meeting Warrant ..................... Appointed Officers ........ ............................... IL Assessors' Report ............................ I. Assessors' Town Map Report ' ' ' ' ' ' • • • • • • ............. 12 Auditor's Report " " " " • • • • • • • . ...................... 79 Board of Health " " "' • • • • • • • ... , Report ... ............................... 49 County Health Report_.. 74 Finance Committee Report ............ " • • • • • 7( . Me Department's Report " "' • • • • • • • • .... ................ 8( Highway Surveyor's Report ......... " � " " • • • • • • • • • 74 Honor Roll ..................... 8: Inspector of Animals and Slaughtering • • ' • ' • . ' ' ' ' • • • • • • , , Moth Department Report ' . . . • • • • ........ ....................... 71 Park Commission .................... ......... 71 Public Welfare ........ ............ 7, • • • • '' • • • • Sealer of Weights and Measures Report 6� , , , , • •" Selectmen's and Departmental Recominen......e .... Shellfish Constable's Report ........... ati fnr 12 . , Snow Library Report ......... .............. 9 Tax Collector's Report ........................... ..................... 7 Town Accountant's Report . • . • • " 9 Town Clerk's Report • "' 1 Appropriations for 1945 . • • • " " ....... 0 • • ..... 3. • . ......0.......... ...... 9 Births - ................ ............ ........................ 1] Deaths ................... Dogs Licensed ........................... .sense .. 1; Fish and Game Licenses " "" • • • • • • ....... . • . • .......... ....... 1: List of Jurors ....... .................. .................... , 1: Marriages ......... .......... 1: Special Town Meetings"...... . .. 1; .................... .. Warrant and Minutes of 1946 • • " "" ... • • • 114 -1', ........ 6....... Town Nurse's Report .......... Town Officers • ' • "' • • • ' .................... .......................... Treasln'er'3 Report ..... .. .............• •............. Tree Warden's Report .._ .............. ........... SCHOOL REpORT Calendar ... ............................... Corps of Teachers ............................ "' ] Enrollment by Grades • • • • • . . ............ ............... ] Financial Statement ......... , ..............:..... Graduation ... . ............. :...... Membership by Grades, 1935 • "" • 7 -1945 , , • • • . • . organization ..................... ...................... 7 School Census . ........ • .............. Superintendent's Report • • " " • • • • • . • ' • " "