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March 7, 1938 <br />In pursuance of the foregoing.warrant the legal voters of the <br />Tomn of Lexington met in their respective voting places in said — <br />T own on .!r t March t1le seventh in t year our s nine <br />hundred and thirty-eight 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 f ollowing - s officers having been duly appointed I <br />!' a Selectmen a nd Wa r de -. a O ?: • : : a � a 4 <br />Precinct One <br />Precinct Two <br />Charles J. Dailey <br />Warden <br />Irving B. Pierce <br />Bartlett J.. Harrington <br />Inspector <br />Lucius .Austin <br />Frank Lambert <br />Inspector <br />Randall Richards <br />Mary E. Stanka.rd <br />Cl <br />John H. Dacey <br />Mary A. Rowland <br />Teller <br />Jesse Condinho <br />Donald Cameron <br />Teller <br />William S. Bramhall <br />Harld MacGilvray <br />Teller <br />.Arthur L. Hanson <br />George F. Stygles <br />Teller <br />Edward McGrory <br />Frank J. Clare <br />Teller <br />Elizabeth Nourse <br />Helen Dolan <br />Teller <br />Madeline J. Corbett <br />L. Ellsworth Pierce <br />T <br />Mary E. Manley <br />.Arthur W. Hughes <br />Teller <br />Edward B. O'Connor <br />Precinct Three <br />Precinct Four <br />Hiram W. Jackson <br />Warden <br />Howard Cu stance <br />-- Lillian S. Tullar <br />Inspector <br />William E. Mulliken <br />Charles 3. Moloy, Jr. <br />Inspector <br />Daniel A. Gorman <br />John McK <br />Clerk <br />Frank Maguire <br />John Corcoran <br />Teller <br />James J. Waldron <br />Maurice Woodward <br />Teller <br />Mary J. Ferry <br />Samuel Wellington <br />Teller <br />Charles P. McEnroe <br />Emma Hovey <br />Teller <br />A. Thomas Ferry <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 />Victor Harmon. <br />Teller <br />Madeline Peterson <br />The polls were declared open in each precinct at six olclock <br />A .M. and rema ined open until eight o' clock P.M., after which 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 />precinct, the tally sheets and total vote sheets prepared by the <br />Town Clerk being used. <br />lows <br />The total registration of voters in each precinct was as fol- <br />Pr One <br />. <br />T wo <br />119 <br />O thousand <br />one hu <br />a nd ninety-t <br />Pr ecinct T hre e <br />One thousand <br />two hundred <br />and twenty <br />Precinct Four <br />1264 <br />One thousand <br />two hundred <br />and sixty-four <br />T ota l <br />* '0 <br />Five thousand and fifty <br />The ballots <br />cast <br />were counted, <br />enclosed in envelopes, sealed, <br />signed by the election <br />officers, together with <br />the unused ballots, <br />:m1 delivered t o <br />t he <br />Tom Clerk at <br />his o ffice. <br />