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.�: <br />'(WARRANT FOR STATE PRIMARIES - SEE WARRANT BOOK) <br />STATE PRIMARIES <br />SEPTEMBER 10, 1974 <br />In pursuance of the foregoing warrant the legal voters of the Town of Lexington <br />,,met in their respective voting <br />places in said <br />Town of Lexington on Tuesday, <br />,,,September 10, 1974 at 7:00 <br />in the forenoon. <br />' <br />The following places were <br />designated as the <br />voting places for the various <br />recincts: Precinct One, <br />Harrington School; Precinct <br />Two, Bowman School; <br />r Pre¢inct <br />Three, Bridge School; Precinct Four, <br />Senior High School; Precinct Five, <br />Cary Memorial Hall; Precinct <br />Six, Diamond Junior <br />High School; Precinct Seven, <br />Estabrook School; Precinct <br />Eight, Central Fire <br />Station; Precinct Nine, Maria <br />v''•I astings School. <br />The election officers <br />and Wardens of the various <br />precincts were assigned for <br />duty as follows: <br />f P; <br />`+ Precinct One <br />Precinct Two <br />ary E. Clifford <br />Warden <br />R Ilda J. Field <br />Marjorie E. Wirpio <br />Clerk <br />R Agnes Heimlich <br />Virginia M. Warner <br />Inspector <br />R Alice G. Marshall <br />b x Eileen J. Fradette <br />Anna <br />Inspector <br />D L. Francis Murphy <br />M. Bushard <br />Inspector <br />D Lorraine C. Baron <br />Margaret K. Nelson <br />a g <br />Inspector <br />P <br />D Margaret M. Potter <br />`v 4 <br />Precinct Three <br />K k' <br />Pr ecinct Four <br />r;* <br />Marjorie Modoono <br />Warden <br />D Edna F. Marshall <br />Mildred M. Cronin <br />Clerk <br />R Rose J. Grant <br />` <br />Mary H. Coyle <br />Inspector <br />D Helen C. Rooney <br />Carol A. Goldthwait <br />Inspector <br />R Mary G. McCauley <br />-D Marie T. Walton <br />Inspector <br />D Mary G. Oliver <br />C <br />R Dorothea J. Russo <br />Inspector <br />R Dorothy F. LeBert <br />a <br />Precinct Five <br />Precinct Six <br />Dolores M. Swan <br />Warden <br />D Mary C. Casey <br />D Joan H. McDonough <br />Clerk <br />R Caroline P. Johnston <br />Elinor M. Vassallo <br />^—Anne C. Williamson <br />Inspector <br />D Helen G. Garton <br />Inspector <br />R Ruth M. Mitchell <br />"s Winifred E. Ivester <br />Inspector <br />D Evelyn T. Lawson <br />J. Bresnihan <br />Inspector <br />R Gloria D. Colbert <br />£x .Gloria <br />Precinct Seven <br />Precinct Eight <br />Mary . Irwin <br />� <br />Warden <br />D Joseph O. Rooney <br />Ann M. Baum <br />Clerk <br />R Helen L. Perry <br />R' Irene Norcross <br />Inspector <br />D Henry P. Meade <br />-P Dorothy A. Shine <br />Inspector <br />R Margaret S. Wilson <br />h fit- Norma E. Ebbs <br />Inspector <br />D Helen M. Hoyle <br />Mary V. Spencer <br />Inspector <br />R Ida B. Fisk <br />r ' <br />..n <br />x>. Precinct Nine <br />i, .Mar J. Fe , .Mary <br />Warden <br />A r Elizabeth F. Downey <br />Mary C. Joseph <br />Clerk <br />Sally S. Hooper <br />Inspector <br />Inspector <br />F <br />Florence M. Downe <br />Inspector <br />Harold W. Josephson <br />Inspector <br />lThe election officers were sworn to the faithful <br />P erformance of their duties. <br />$, * 'The polls were declared <br />open in each precinct at seven o'clock A. M. and <br />ained open until eight <br />o'clock P. M., at which <br />time, after due notice, they <br />re declared closed. <br />