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ANNUAL TOE MEETING <br />March 6, 1939 <br />In pursuance of the foregoing warrant the legal voters of the <br />Town of Lexington met in their respective voting places in said <br />Torn on Monday, March the sixth in the year of our Lord nineteen <br />hundred and thirty - nine at six o'clock in the forenoon. <br />The following places were designated as the voting places for <br />the various precincts: Precinct One, Adams School; Precinct Two, <br />Three and Four, Cary Memorial Hall. <br />The following election officers having been duly appointed by <br />the Selectmen, and Tardens -of the various precincts were assigned <br />for duty as follows: <br />Precinct One <br />One <br />Precinct Two <br />Charles J. Dailey <br />Warden <br />Victor H. Harmon <br />Frederick L. Murphy <br />Inspector <br />Lucius Austin <br />George Foster <br />Inspector <br />Ruth Ray (Deputy) <br />Mary E: Stankard <br />lClerk <br />John H. Dacey <br />Mary A. Rowland <br />Teller <br />Arthur L. Hanson <br />Donald Cameron <br />Teller <br />Edward McCrory <br />Pauline A. Bartlett <br />Teller <br />Elizabeth Nourse <br />George Stygles <br />Teller <br />Madeline Corbett <br />Constance Thompson <br />Teller <br />Edward B. O'Connor <br />Edith Kew <br />Teller <br />William S. Eramhall <br />L. Ellsworth Pierce <br />Teller <br />Helen McCaffrey <br />Arthur Hughes <br />Teller <br />Jesse Condinho <br />Precinct Three <br />Precinct Four <br />_ Hiram W. Jackson., Jr. <br />Warden <br />Howard E. Custance <br />Frederick Tullar <br />Inspector <br />Irene Robinson (Deputy) <br />Cornelius P. Cronin. Dep. <br />Inspector <br />Daniel A. Gorman, Jr. <br />- John McKearney <br />Clerk <br />Frank 1aguire <br />Agnes E. Richards <br />Teller <br />Mary E. Ferry <br />Margaret E. Ormond <br />Teller <br />George A. Bullock <br />Samuel Wellington <br />Teller <br />Charles P. McEnroe <br />Emma Hovey <br />Teller <br />Carl Hauck <br />John J. McCormack <br />Teller <br />Robert L. Lowe <br />Henry Meade <br />Teller <br />Agnes Hall <br />Esther Graham <br />Teller <br />Robert Cady <br />Alfred P. Tropeano <br />Teller <br />Madeline Peterson <br />The polls were declared o - oen in each precinct at six o'clock <br />A.M. and remained open until eight o'clock P.M., after whith time <br />after due notice, they were closed. <br />The election officers were sworn to the faithful performance <br />of their duties. <br />The ballots were counted by the election officers in each <br />pprecinct, the tally sheets and total vote sheets prepared by the <br />Town Clerk being used. <br />The total registration of voters in each precinct was as <br />follows: <br />Precinct <br />One <br />1468 <br />One <br />thousand <br />four hundred sixty -eight <br />Precinct <br />Two <br />1267 <br />One <br />thousand <br />two hundred sixty -seven <br />Precinct <br />Three <br />1336 <br />One <br />thousand <br />three hundred thirty -six <br />Precinct <br />Four <br />1389 <br />One <br />thousand <br />three hundred eighty -nine <br />Total <br />5460 <br />Five <br />thousand four hundred sixty <br />The ballots cast were counted, enclosed in envelopes, sealed, <br />signed by the election officers, together with the unused ballots, <br />and delivered to the Town Clerk at his office. <br />