ough Mr. Sawyer's life.
Her older brother, Sterling Konisky Sawyer, passed much of his life on the home farm ie.
From this early life it is easy to see whence Miss Sawyer's domesticity, industry and thriftiness sprang, q falling rapidly away.
Passing out of girlhood Miss Sawyer devoted herself to teaching.
She graduated from Medford.
Just at this point our enthusiasm for Miss Sawyer and her work is especially aroused, for there areod.
After her retirement from the school board Miss Sawyer spent her years dispensing liberal hospitality iny years brother and sister had lived as one life, Miss Sawyer bravely clung to the interests that had always beicularly loyal to the First Parish of Medford.
Miss Sawyer died October 24, 1916.
Her very long life of ninly and beautifully expressed the leading trait of Miss Sawyer's character.
She was a searcher after truth.
Things down to the animal kingdom.
We cannot pay Miss Sawyer the debt we owe her, but we can stop to consider