New Bedford High School - Crimson Log Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)

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K ' i' ,. 2 nf- -.L . - ,, - ,.., N . .,.,-L, --,.,.-,,,,. .-. - - 4:1-, -, W... .M .. Q :uw ..f.l3.. mimi, .egg-2,-,?:sgfa,,, .. .A -1? 1 1 cf ff? xfsx Q ff I W ii 4, xx I' Q Q Perseverance Overcomes Everything' vu va U or Cl Sem Willifzlll R. Mru'kint0sh Dircrlor D! Nlw BEDFORD VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Board of Trusfcw DR. ANNA XV, CROACHILR, Clmiv-man HUBERT HALL MAYOR Luo E. 14 CARNEY EMANLJEL J. PERRY ,DAVID BEAMAN C.usTAx'E LAMARCHE MRS. STELLA E. ZIELINSKI 'UOHN G. KENNEDY T 1 G ADX 17-Z0 - 3 The Faculty ii? William A. Pittendreigh Dedication The rlass of 1940 dedicates its Year Book to Illr. W. 41. Pittendreigh. head aj the marhine and welding departments. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Mr. Pittmdreigtfs servire ta the srhaol. Starting in as an instructor in the machine department in 1915, he became head of the department a year and a half later. The true iueasure of a man is the test of time. Sometimes stern, yet never ,IKIYSIIQ slrirt, but Ieinperedg eritifal, but justly sa, Mr. Pittendriegll has given himself nnsparingty to his lash. His arhievements need no enfomium. They are manifested through his boys who year by year, steadily, and in an ever increasing ninnher, step into industry and Izerome Ll tribute ta our eommunity and our iustituliaiz. ..5.. Campus The lilihl ROXY: 1.1-H In Right. l.mNA Bllmllx, hum l.Ajun., M,xulm Bm'xr.s. l'1um.mr SMHII. Mun .Xu-ll. Kuluux ll,u1xl,x1xxz. lanlmu lv VHIH. Mmunm XVIIMIH, Rusxunm N Year Book Staff Ninn Vnm. Ilmmvm Ilmxsmf, Nluu Dun. Sl-.KUNID ROW: Mk. jmvmrx. .Xln1A1m, liulr-Ju. lfxr.ArwR Slvnul. KkuR1NNl 'luu'vAlrw, limi '1,xMn,x. ,Xml ,um Rum1uc.L'rs. Blmlnx Pklxm sn wsklx. JEANNI ln. l'r,llr1uR. jr NNI: l'llxlul!KnwsKA, lhlmu l'1rlxuvuc1. l".vl-HN RlluxAm.F1ml Srklrmrrz. Miss Gmzcw. 'IIIIRD IIUXY, KMMIR Km'nuA. Punk Gm.MM,uvu. .-XRIHUR lVlumsm. Mfwmu Krwxrxn' Ax I m xr Mrsslrk, lluzmu HL Mrmu x. lllnkm l"uvRwll'x. RM Mumw Onvlmm H. DUNN xx SX 1 HA, Jumor Class Officers I-'IRST ROXY: ,IL HA Fmvkmrk. Yxcr PMS.: Kxmslrxll XYIIALLU. Plus. SECOND ROXV: .-Xxmkl Rowman. Tkmsg Lum' Oarnlmsxl. Sn, hum. Senior Class Officers I-'IRRSI' ROXY: lJmvA1,n Svlvm, Plus.: IRLNL lnjon. Vxvs. Pius, SILUJNIJ ROW: Hmmm l'R7vnxsn.wsxA, SLC.: Arrxlua IVIonrsm, 'lnnsrnxn Senior Prom Committee FIRST ROW: Mun lluwmufw. K,xmRxN Vmrw, jmwmlxr. l'Lx1rrlr,n, Amr XNxcn1x'w.x1sm MAN' VILRA, SECOND ROXY: .fXUmH Cuukwoxzn. Grmzcr I-'uL'Rwlr,R, Auulrk Mumsm. Duwurs Snxvx, EMILY ERMA ALBERTINI "Emmic" Ambition: Waitress Pm-un, Ways sensual, Am-ushnet "A fair muiur is a silenl mam- nlrmlallonf' Hum! Room PNN, 'lllii Trnmc Squad 'mi MARIE. ANESTI "Mouse" Amhllian: Dress Ds-signer rummvm nigh sam-sl Additlnn "Music resembles pofffy, in each are nameless gracrs which no melhads leach and which a musler hand alanu can reach." nrumuuc club unc: Dunre cam- mlttns 'xen Pram Committee ':m: Trnmu sauna: fm muh 'nu mee Club '40 KATHERYN BALTHAZAR "Kaye" Amhlllolll Marrlllf llnly I-'umlly Grnmmnr School "Agrucablc and full of fun, well lim by anyone." Drlllmlth: Clllb 'IUC-HEY: Junior Plum Commlllre TNI: Svhlml Rtplirlfrz mumluu. mum yum- 'rms mum-- m-vnm vm- musk '40 FREDERICK W. BARKER 'Jolly Boy" csqamf shop Amhltlunl Building Cnnlnwlor Tlwmnx ll. llndmln "The .misc of mf!,1hf,.g should nol be decided by au." ARTHUR BARRETTE "Rock" Machine sh.-.P Amhilluni Flrst Class Muehlnis! Sacred Html! Sflltml "Knock 'em 40.0.1 ,ma PM 'cm up. lwyolbnll 'Sli-'XT-'ISK-'iilly "CO" Clll- tann shop Buskethull 'Mi-'zit-'img Truck Tm-um 'Jw-':x7-'cis x r ex ' '-r JA. '-Q ,ffl N X 1' ns- ur ..A MARY BARROS "Mamie" Ambition: Dresxmnkrr Mm-mu .v-mmf 1-ugh scum 'Puls her whole lhaughl and eiorl in hcr work." MILDRED BEARD "Milly-B" Amhnian: Gnvernexx Roosevelt Junior nigh Schnnl pleasant lass from wllam yau rarely hear a peep," name Squad LEONA M. BELLOTTI MLM., Ammuan: 'rea mmm ops-nw: Parkrr Slfirl. semml "Happy am lg from care I'M free." Studrnt cauncil 'xxx Dunn cam. mmm- 'mn Junlm- Pram Commuter '1i!PZ YUM' Book '-ID: Stnlnr Dance Cllmmlllee '-I0 ADELAIDE BOINO "Add" Ambinau: Nurse New lmlfnra mp. scum "Ta llcr life ls swccl, when hzr lender conscience zlacsn'l gel her." JOHN BOLLEA "Woppy" Automobile deparlmenl Ammmm: Airplane Mamma rum- sum School "Naming war balhers him." Shnv Bzskrthnll 'JUG-'IK7-'KKZ F001- ball 'lilii Ytar Book Sllfl 'Ill MANUEL BORGES "Cowboy" Ama aepmmm Arnblllon: Airplane Meehlnle Andrew ll. Cushman School "Fur heh .. fuzzy gm.: fellow." Baseball '37-'iill-'39-UI0: Soccu' 'ZIN- iur: Slmp Bnsketbnll ':i7-'mtg Dance Commlllee- 'IISDQ Y:-ar Book SLM! 'ID MAUDE LOUISE BOYLES "Mandi: dear" Ambition: Seumslrrxs Clnrrnce A, Conn Selma: "What care I lhen, when I can be ar rcsl, kill lime, and lake life al in basl." Trllllc Squad 'IDI-'I0: Glue Club '39-10: llrnmullcsz Chrlstmax Prn- grlh 'RIM Yeur Book SUR 'UI ANTONE CARNEIRO "Tony" Electrical aepanmml Ambition: Naval Electrlclzn N-mnandin .v-mmf nm. "Hone:ly is me In-xl policy," Shop Biskel Ball 'ZIT-'IHC-'ICED DORIS LOUISE CHANDLER "Dot" Amhiiion: Nurse Parting Ways semml. Aummez "Laugh and grow fat." Sludenl. Council 'KTL Tlllllc Squid 'ills Senior Soclll Committee 'IGEIC Glue Club '39 MANUEL CHANTRE "Coach" Machine shop Amrmlnn: 1-0 mmm 3 Good Mun-mm Roouevell Junior High su-nal "A h-uc friend." Fonlball '36-'37-'iillz Trltll 'TNI-'387 Shop Basketball 'cm-'rn Y' w ' V: , Q 5 Q I Q vu ft' X.. 15 I n. I 1 -k u ,am , 4 Y. 5 1- ea I kv 5 I H Ink lk 1 AURELE E. COURNOYER 'APop" Elmfacal deparlmenl Amblllnn: Elrclrlnul Trouble Shoolcl' sz. Annwny sen-ml "AlI in all a fellow lo luke, name can-mime 'zwz su-sur Prom 'Ill WILLIAM DE BARROS "Willy" carpal., a.pmm...f Ambnmn: Singer Clarfnce A. Cook School "Life is just a bowl of cherries," ROLAND R. DUROCHER 'Buddy" Carpemer department Ambition: snap Builder num, ways sum-n. Ae-nhnfm Don funn of Vucurianal School." 'rmek EVA FERNANDES 'ljabebf' Alllhllllllll Flilllflll D0!llll!l' Normandin Junior High sehfml 'Agfmbff .ma 1.111 of fun, mn liked by everyone." Tmme Squad 'Merc vlee President Studlnl. Council '39 JUDITH FONSECA njudy., Amblllon: ae-ummm Roosevelt :um-If nigh sclmnl 'judy mm, la lake ming: as rhcy COME." secretary Home mmm ':ui Rosa T. QAMBA "Rom" Amhltlon: Bexulllclmn Thllmnx R. Rodman --Wm bm. lo :E IWW." Trlmc Sqllld 'RT: Prom Cnmmlt- lee 'lllli Yen! Book Slafl' '-Ill PETER jOH N GIAMMALVO "Pere" Carpenlc: dspsrlmenr Amhltllmz lllstrllrtor :nl vuentlunml School :my Num- sl-:sm "Pele mdlarfs good will." vm- max sm: RAYMOND FORAND "Ray" Elecnlcsl nleparlmenl Am:.:v.:nm ::::su-:su M::s:::ns Tester Nur:-mlmdln Junhn- lllgl: sehnnl "The grcalcsl ...fn my ssh G Inolisl: qucsliun :ww and lhcn. GEORGE JOSEPH l-'OURNI ER Csrpemer deparlmenl 1:m:s:::-ms 'ns :sf In A-: clsrpusm runs: sam: ssnn-sl "Thesis merhod in his madness." cheering Squad 'Kelp Year Book Stan' 'Jog sushsr Prom '10 AURELIO j. DEAFREHAS "joe" Automobile Deparlmenl Amhlllnn: Dlexel sssumel- :ss :-'us-: lssgfmms Normondln .lunlor lllll: "A large fallow will: an eye for success." nsam.. FLORENCE E, HARJU "F:nnie" Ambition: Gnvemfss noehesur cum: sumo: 'A IIHIL- nonsense rmw and lhen is relished by the basl cl men." Dance Cnmmlllee 'llllz Glu' Club 'Il'7: Year Book Sian' '-ll! SAMUEL l'llGClNBO'l'TOlVl Machine :hop Amblllnnl Mlchlnlll Ronsevell. .1:::::n:- High school "speech is sam - sums ix golden." Baseball 'llll DOROTHY MALVIN HoBsoN "H0:s:sy" Amhltlon: Nurse Roosevelt .lunlor Hlgh Srhoul "Laugh .md me world laughs win. yall." Marshal nf ihe Trallll: Squad 'lllbg Year Book Shall 'llll MARY PATRICIA HOWRIHAN Ambilion: Wlllress Holy Namr scrum: --sas finds me wma: ml gray :ml rosy." Trnllll: Sllllafli Dxlilce Cnmmltlee 'imc Senior P:-um Cnmmlnee HORACE C. HUMPHREY "Hump" Auto Depanmen: Ambininns uns.: Englneer Normlndln .lunlnr Hlgh School "Va:-icly is :hc spice of life." Shir!! Basket Ball Till: Year Bank Committee MILTON WILMOT ISHERXVOOD 'joe" Electrical department Ambition: Mulur lrepelmml New Bedford lllgh Schnnl "Benn lille :han never." VIRGINIA ANGELA JAROS "Virgie" Ambnlun: Drrssmuker Ollr lrndy uf Pernelual Help Grim- mnr sehnnl "There il no wisdom like silence," MAURICE KENNEDY "Merril" Carpenler deparmlenl .smrmllmf Arellneemral nrmsmn Ame-empire School, Lakeville "Still waler runs deep." Dlnre Cnmmltlrr 'MH Year Book SIDH '40 ALBERT KINGSLEY "Peacock" Power department Ammllim: -ro he I rum. cm, shipping Clerk Rodman School "Nothing is impossible la a Worry Wm." Baskelhall 'zw-:cv-':xx: Soccer 'un-'zn GERHARDT K. KOBER "Gary" Aulu department Ambition: Diesel nel llufelnm Englnerr Meelm-le Am lllgll School. Boston, rum-y "Harm :mu mfylhlngf' CASMIR KOCZERA jeeperf' Carpenter depnrtmenl Ambltlnn: nullalng Cnntrlctor Our Lldy 01 Perpelull Help Sehfml "Little Man, wha! now?" Chrerlng Snlllld 'R!l: Shop Buxkrl- hlll 'lil-'Klip Bin-hall 'KK-'3I7-'40 lRlzNE MARY Lrxjollz --Remy" Amhlllnll: Indllxlrlnl Nurse Sl. Joseph! Parocllllll Schllol "sang, laugh, and be friendly." Trzlllc Olllcer 'IUC-'flfii Vlte Presl- rlenl Junior Class 'mhz .lunlnr Prom Cummlllel 149: Vice President Sell- lor Class Nfl: Preszldenl, Home Boom '-lfl: Year Bunk Sill! '-10: Dlnve Committee '40 GEORGE KOUGIAS "Coen-iw" Electrical department Ambltlunz sleemeal Trouble shimmer Cllrrllee A, Clwk Sehoul -'A my f,..l..,lf:.,..l bay who ia bound ln r..Cm.1." Sucner 'Sill-'Bibi Sham Basketball 'HKS Baseball 'tm-'tw-'In CALVIN C. LAKE "Cal" Aulumubile deperlmem Ambition: lvl.-el-Ame Maunpolsett cemel- school "Look, look. here comes lhal big bad wall." l.ll.LlANla l.oRRAlNE LAROCQUE "Lil" Ambilllm: Nurse Nnrmlndln Junior High Sellaol "nu, lovely, ,ma ...ly go:,.g.' Vlce President 'Il7: Secretary 'HH GEORGE O. LAUBE HRMH Pawn dqmnmmr Amblliunz To be lm Enllnr-rr Normnndln Jllnlur llllh Svlmnl "Oar gaad lurn .ll-rrrlwr arwlhrrj' ROLAND LEMAIRE -"lap" Welding Drprrlmenr nmullllm: welalrrg Euginrrr sl. mlllm-r Sehnul "Look riglll. lllinkvl-iglll. and livr- right. l-'lmnrall ':ll:-'xr-':lll-:len Track 'zuc- ':l':-':m: Gall 'sul-'zlllz mam-lhlrll ':G1-':utv':tlr EILEEN CLAIRE LOVERIDGE "Blondie" llmulll-rl: llnyl-r lor mpc. sum Holy Narrrr school uffur alwrhr bllmm with roses and heallllf' Glrr clalr un: Prom carrrmlnrr 'ml FRANCIS MALONSON "Franny" Carpentry Department Amblllullz Bl! Sho! in W. T. Grant Co. Ml.. Plellnnl School "A frlunrlly plz." ROSALI NA MELLO "Rosie" Amblllon: Cnmmernlml l-'rrrllllm Deslgncr Normnndlll .lllnlnr Hllh School "A wizard rvlllr an arlirlk laalrf' Pl-rwldrlll, Student Connell 'ziel-'4u. Srerrhry 'KEIZ Vlce Prelldenl. llnmr llnnm 'illl-Hill: Secrcllry Jlmlor Clan 'msg cheerleader, Football lml Bllkelhlll 'NED-'Mig Year Book Committee 'Mit lllnlor Prom Com- millte 'llllg Drlmltlc Club: Sketch Club X32 K 2 V ..l3,, ALFRED MESSIER "Mike" Welding Deparlmenl Amhillon: 'ro 'rravl-l ovrr the world Narmanrllrl Juninr mgn Snhunl "A laugh a day heaps dismay away." Baseball ':c7-':nc: rrmlnall 'xr-:ulz Brrllrrlhall -zlxusw, caplrrirr 'slug Treasurer .vrmiar clara 'xelg Danra camrrrmrr 'mn Year Baan scan '40 c.RAzlEl.l.A METIVIER "slaPprr" Ambitlnn: Dressmaklr Sl.. Alllhnnfs Pilrnchlal Sulllnll "A qulcl. plcaliag pam." Dllnce Ctrmmlilfe 'ISD ARTHUR MODESTO 'Al-l" Amo deparlmenl Ambition: Airplane Mechanic Thnmzs ll., Rodman Schtml "Where lhcrc's u will. lhcrc': ll way." rung Cummings ull: Dance Comr mltlee 'lug Year Book sun wo: Clillx Trtaiurll' '-101 Stlllur l"f0m Commlltee HILDA MODESTO Aralrillarr: salmlrru 1-lr-rrrms R. Rodman "Never balllara auyanuf' slullrrrl cmmril ww: name squall 'zen ANTHONY MULROY 'Taryn lrdurlrlrl drag.. depl. Ambltlcnt Arehlltci l-my Name School "Cal whal you can from life." Shop Basketball I4 Yenrs: Varsity JOHN MYSONA "Yah" Machine Deparlmenl Alhbil-iflll! Mlthlhlsl Nnflhlndln lllYll0l' Hllh Sbhtlhl "Thu hind ol boy every girl likes In know." lhselnll '37-':lx-':xlrq Soccer '37-'zlxq Baxllelblll 'ZH!: .lllnlor Prom Com- mittee 'xo ARMAND O. PARISEAU "Mully" Machine shop Ambllion: Gel Mlrrled, Buy I Firm, and Raise Chickens Roosevelt Junior High School "ll aim wha: you da, ir, haw yay do il." Bxsehull Team '39 RAYMOND OUIMETTE "Pappy" Welding depulment Ambltlonz Croonlr lloly Name Schnnl "Happy ga-lucky Ray," Dante Commllter 'Miz Year Blwk Sul! 'ln JANE LINWOOD PARKER ..Red., Ambitlon: nmlcian Namandln .lunlar mgll School 'Shc's always happy, never blue." Home llnnm President '38 JOHN A. PEDERSON Pda' lvluham shop Amhillonr Tnolmlkel' SL Mnry'll School 'A talkative wrt of a fellow." -IEANNETTE PELLETIER ajumy.. Alllhlflllnl Sellllslltsl llllullvtll lllllllll' Hlfll Sthfifll "5he's always in a humorous mood." vlce Plexldtnl in Ffehhllllll Yell '36: Yelr Book Sill! 'UH Senior Prulll Cnmmltlee 'Ill VVALTER PERRY "Speed" Auto deparlmenl Alnbillnlll Avllllnn Mtchllllc l'l00!cVlll .Yllnlllr Hllh Slthuul "A mlghly myslcry lo everyone." Golf '36-'2l7: Foolblll '57-'38: Shnp Baskelball '36-'R7: Ye!! Book Still' HELENE PIETKIEWICZ ..Pie.. Ambition: Ofllce Work lzaaleven .umm lllgll Sehnol 'AMuy :he lead in alller lhingl as she did our chem for ille team." lleill clleerlel-flu far Fnothlll .na Blnkotball: Dunne Committees: 'rr-me squad. Yell- max sun 'un l-lame Room President vm: :unm- Prom Committee 'ssl JENNIE PIETRZYKOWSKA "Kid Peter!" Alllhllluhl fllll'dl'l!!Cl' Nllllllllldlll JIIIIIUI Hlgh Stllllnl "To her life is like a howl of cherries." Drlmlllf Club: llllllur Prom Cnlll- mltlee '39: Selllnr Dunne Uolll- mlllle '40 HARRY F, PLISSEY Automobile department Amhltlnn: Mechanic Assnwnmpset scnaal. Lnevllle "Always willing la crack a fake," BERTHA PRZYBYSZENVSKA Ambnmn: Dieu-Inn Nnrmnndtn .lunlnr High "CuaJ sense and good nature do utter yum. Srrn-lzlry. Sflllor Class 10: Your Bunk Snell 'wx Dnnrr Commll- tee '-to EVELYN PETER RIHBANY Ambllinn: Private cnttk Clarence A. Cm-k Srhool "SI-tek quiet :mtl felt-rt-ed." Yen Book stat! 'ut CHARLOTTE R. ROBERTSON "Chart" Amhltlon: novel-nes, Sllvltl. Alln llowlnnd "Ta know her well is to lure her mon." vtl-e Prestdent Home Room ':x7-':ut- ':m-'mg Trnme squtut 'zxelz Studrnt. Ctumrtl 'ting nnnee- Committee 'un Vlrt l"l'!xll'lrll! Sllltlrlll Cnllllrll 'I02 .lllnltlr Silclll Clllllllllntf 'imc Jlllllvll' from Committee ':set ADELAIDE RODERIQUES "Addie" Amhttttm: Num- tmntng wt-ye semmt. At-ustmee "Tull in height, brand in mile-.' Sludrlll Coullrilz Trrllfll' Otllrrr x't-1-r Btwn committee 'Au ELEANOR ANNE SMITH "Smitty" tlmmtttm: at-t-uttet... n..ty Nm. sehettt 'Let fare take we of itself, Tnllllr Squad 'ZKNZ Prom Commit lvl' 'ISIN Yfmr Book Commiltee 'fl s I fi Xe ,, tl Vit A' FLORENCE DILLINGHAM SMITH "Flame" Amblllon: Clerk ln Dept. Store Clan-nec A. Cook School Pretty and petite, shtfs tt pleasure lo meet." Prrsldent Home Room 'ZW-37: Vlee President ol' .lllnlor Home Room KK: Tralllc Squid: Sllldrnt Collncll ETHEL STRINGER Arllblllun: Nlllsl' Nurmamlin .vuntnr nigh Selma! 'A pleasant lass, from whom you rarely lttzar a peep." Yfnr Book Slifl' '40 Eotm suLt.tvAN "sony" Amhilloll: Difliclan Cllrrnrr A. Cook School "At.t..,,, ,mtty wttt. G mute." Homr Room Vlce-Presidrnt '37 MARY EUZABETH sUt.t.tvAN "s..tty" Ambllinuz Dlellelan Holy Nlme School "smite you, tmttte, .,.e.ty." Prom Commlllee 'ZHl: Home Room Trrntaurer '37 PHYLLIS A. TABER "Phd" Amtmttm: cmt-1 ctwemese noenesm Center t:.t-:mmm School "Sometimes gay, sometime: gray, but we like her anyway." 4 KENNETH TAYLOR "Ken" Machine shop Amhilion: Machinist Mt. Plraslnl. Sehonl "Quia: as fr mam." CORINNE TOLENTINO "Rennie" Ambition: YVFAIQIESS Fairhnvnn Junlnr mln "An unselfsh book is a ll'Cu5llrC.u Dramzlic Club: YHA! Book sean 'lllz Trmme Squad '39-'ul MARY VIERA "MAY" Amhillnn: Reaulichll Cllrelmr A. Cook School "A laugh .1 any keeps afrmny away." 'rrame omrrn comrrriurr ul har Book '-10: Srnlor Prom Commlllee Dance Commillee '40 ALTHEA H. WASHBURN ..Al,. Arrlbnlml: anna Nurse as--wrrrrrlmo Grammar Sclmol "I hum n sang as f slruggle along." Home mmm rrrsidenl ':l7-'sun Sllldlnl. Cmlllcll '38 ir if -16- EDWARD WASILEWSKI "Eddie" Carpenter departmenl Amblllolli A-l Carpelllrr our Lady or Prrprlual Help School --A half pin! fun of D,,,..m,:a." MARGERY WI-IALLEY Ambmon: Dletlcinn Nrw nranml nigh srmml "A girl who like: her fun regard- less nf Ure r.,,.,..,..f..rr,.'- Presldclll of Senior Home Boom '39- 'l0Z Presidrnl. nf Drlmllln Clllh 'IKFIZ Cheerleader for Foolball and Bas- kelhlll '39-'J0: .Yllnlnr Prum Com- millle '39: Selllor Dance Commit- tee 10? Yun' Bunk '-I0 ALICE VVYGRZYWALSKA ..Al,. Ambition: rrmry rnrmrrs School of Conkery Roosevelt Junior mp. school "ln nvcrybodya llair and heart." Preslden! Home Baum '3'l: Trlfllc Squid 'BSI Senior Prom Com- mlltee 'MI MALCOLM GOODFELLOW "1vlhrh" Machine Shop Amblllon: Toolmlker Nnrmalldlll .Yllllltlr High School "More hours. 1... roy." Shllll Bllskelhlll '36-'37 ANTONE F. ALMEIDA "Tony" Automobile Department Ambllllln: Popular Nlerhllllc New lxrdrord meh sr-lrool "A lrue friend and delighlful comrade." LEO ALSIS "Al" Machine Shop Arnhluon: Mohr rs lvlllllon and nrnre Norrnanaln Junior High School "All's well :hal ends well," shop nnrhrnnrll 'ms MARY ARAUJO "Mamie" Alllllillllht Dlellflall noosevele .lunlor nigh School "Never lzolllers anyone." ROGER L. ATWOOD Aulomobile department Anrhluon. Autnmohlle lvlermnlr Axxlwnmpxet School "Yoo'll never know hos in class." HOPE E. ATWOOD -'Hahn' Amblllon: Governess Axllwnmprlfl Grlmmlr Snhool -'o..l,, lhe sea is Wa enough." Trllllc Sllllhtl '38 JOHN BARON Hswahlc Power shop Ambltlon: chief Engineer Normsmrlln .lunlor High School "Always In a humorous mood." Football 'zur--:lv-'xs, lvlrhrger 'sen rrhrlr 'zur-'zuu mslrrlhhll -xx, Man- rrrr 'am nohrhnn Manager -so JOSEPH BIELSKI uJoe" Eleelrienl Department Arnhmon: Nnvnl slr-rmelrn Our may Ol rerprznrl Help School "Yoo'Il always know heh in class." JAMES R. BOOTH "Boon" Eleelrieal Deprrlmenl Amhltlon: Flrst Class Naval Eleclrlclan Clarence A. Cook School "ln lhe ,pong a man'.i fancy lighlly lorns ln lhoaghls ol love." Seniors E. JOHN BORGESS "Buddy" Avllllnn lnaoesry T. R. Rlldlnln SCYIDUI 'His lllougllls are never revealed." CIBSS Ring Cnlllmillel MILTON CARRIER 'Re-cl" Electrical deparlmenl Amhllllllli Fl!!! Clais Eleclrlrlan Holy Family lllgh sehr-ol 'Size has no effect on ability." Football '37-'XXI Tllfk 'KT-:ill JOHN DORAN 'Tamsrrie" Eleelricnl arp.. Amhllluni To Gtndllale wllh llonori Holy Name School His lhoughlr are neo logon." Football 'KK WALTER DRAUS Peanulsn Machine Shop Aml.lili0llZ All Ekllfrlr Vl0llI'l Pllytl' Mlrlc S. Hfbwlilld Schfltll "Always happy. never angry." Soccer 'zu-'Rel MARY DUFFY Ambition: Marriage Holy Nome School "Mary radiales good will." Prom Commitlee '3!lp Year Book Slllf '40: Drlmallo Clllh '38 NORMAN DUTRA Marco Polo" Electrical clepl. Ambition: lnrlllilrlll Eleclrleal Mlllilellllwe Mill clorenee A. Cook school "Quiet and inlenlf' ROBERT BUCKLEY "Buck" Machine Shop Mnchlnlxt Normandln Junior nigh School "A li-ae friend." SILVINO FINOCCHI "Sli" Automobile deparimenl Amhllloll: Avlltlon Mechanic Mllillioiselt Center School "A quiet bal eflicienl lad." K. DAVID FITZSIMMONS Filzien Aulomobile depsrlmenl Ambltlon: Avlnnon lnaornry 1'. lc. noonrnn School "A lrue Friend." mee Collector L17- STANLEY PAUL CORCZYCA "Stalls" Welding Deparlmenl Amlslllon: Expert weloer New nearoro men sonool 'AEasy lo please." nhrlrrshell Shop -zz:-'as DOUGLAS HARDY Eleelricisl depslrlrnenl Ambition: Chief Electrlclin ol United States Navy ML Plelsznt School "He looks like a feather in a breeze." PHYLLIS E. HAYDEN lnduslrial design Alllblllolll All TCBCIIEI' New Bedford v0ClH0llBl Stllntll Hollxehhlil AHS Deplllmenl HELEN T. HODZI EWICH 'AHodge" Amhlllnlll Framlllglmm Slale 'l'caehel"s College Rooievell .llllllor High School --Quan, shy and refined." Presldenl. Home Room Class 'KK-'RHI Trallle '38: Junior Sociwl Committee STANLEY HOPKINSON 'Hopn Automobile depnrtmenl Amhlllunl Mlrllle Elllllle Ttchlllcllll Normllldln Jllnlot High Svhlwl THOMAS H. JOHNSON 'Toh.h.y" Machine Shop Ambltlon: Dlstrlct snlrr Msinnger For r. 'rise Firm noosrvell .rumor nigh School Cond sense, good manners, good humor, combine lo make a desirable friend." Borehhll '37-'zzal-'::eu ROBERT A. KRAMER --Doc-' Machine shop Ambition: moe ln o noone: Ship wnn Buck noeers m. rlerrons School -'lf lhal .lm lalze :he carl? of the jug." LIONEL LAWRENCE "Larry" Eleelrical deparlrnenl Amblllnn: Elermexrn naoreven .nsnlor lllgh School "Works right, lhinlzs righl. and .lm highly' Soccer 'K8: Yell' Book Sllfl '10 HERBERT LLOYD "Herb" A-no Depslrlrnenl Amblllnnz Mechulle Normnndln .lunlnr High School "A fellow well liked by every- one." SUCDETZ Bllllllll WALTER KEY Welding department Arllblllorl: Welder New Bedford I-llgll Sehonl NORMAN C. LANGLOIS "Lang" Industrial design Alllhlllfllll Cllllllhlllllll All N0l'mlhl'lll'l rlllrllbf Hllh School Blltlilll 1931 SCKBCOI ll'l5l'l-'XS FRED McNALLY "Mac" Welding department Amblllon: Conslrllclloll Welder fArcl Normlnrllll .ltlnlor llllh School Therc's always plenty of lime." ANTHONY Msnlzmos "Tony" Power department Amblllollz Flrelnln New Bullortl lllgll School HARRY MILLER " Machine department Arnlrluon: Moller lvlncnlnlrl 'rlrnrnos n. norlrnnn School "Always willing la oblige." Soccer "Butch EDWARD S. MORRIS "Eddie" Electrical department Ambition: Nnvrl Eleezrlclon Norrnnnrlln Junior High School "He who serves well, and speaks nal, rnerils more, :hon Ah ey who clamor Ioundcsl al lhe door," ROBERT C. MORTON Industrial design Alllhlllon: All Telcher Broclrloll llllh School " WILLIAM j PETER . S DONALD SYLVIA "Bill" Machine ,hop "Don" Auto department amlrlllon: rrerlrlens ol General Amhltlollf T0 lull- the Marine- Molor. nn. Pleasant School M PNK" 5""' S"'W' "Yau never know where he is." An all around success in life." Bnlelnll 'sr-'ass nnnlreshnll 'sal 0,,,,,,,,, Soccer 'am Senior Prom 'un rrerl- dent or .lnnlor and senior cms '39-10: nor Book sun 'lm senior CHESTER PLOCHARCZYK Dm" C""'m""' '40 "Chet" Machine Shop ambition: To Be r Tool M-lrer lxooreven .lnnlor Hllh Soho ol "Last but not Icaslf' ROLAND RICHARD nc ,. urly Electrical department RANDALL UNWIN "Randy" Electrical department Alflbllrlfllll WllChmlKlr x-'nlrlrnven I-llgh "l'm Popeye. the sailor man poop, poop. Ambitlonz To Be rr Champion Srllre Drlllll ,,,,, KATHRYN ANNE VEARY Nor-nnnndln .lnnlor lllgh school "Kay" "Absence makes the hearl grow Ambition: w'm"!' ,0nde,,--- lloly Nnrne sonool ,,,,,,,,,, rm.-3, "No cor. lryord today." senior Prorn cornrnmee RAYMOND L. ROY "Ray" Automobile department Amhlllollr Avilllon Mechanic Sl. AnlhollY'l School "A lways busy." BOLESLAW SADOWSKI ..S. .. ld Electrical department Alilbllltllll Elltflltll Tttllhlbllll or mln sonool Nurmllldln .lllnl "He's little. but heis wire. His rr terror for hir rin." ARTHUR L SEGUI . N 'Arr' Welder., department A b ' rn mon. M, 1. 1. slnaenl and Weldlng l-:nglneer sc. .loreprvr School Agrecalzle and full EDWARD NIEMIEC "Eddie" Welding department Amblllont Welder llforemanl no-,revels .lnnlor l-urn senool --p "Th I c any life that is worth living is the life of eforl la ouorn who: is worth striving lar." EDMUND O'GARA af fun, well liked by everyone." Sllbv Bllkblliill U PETER SOWA el. Automobile department Ambition: Alllomoblle Meehlllle N ormandtn Junior Hlgh School "A good apart," GEORGE C. SWEET "Eddie" Welding Department "Footy" Electrical department Amblllon: Arn-welrler Normlnllln .llilxlor llilll School ..H . . ell talk you lallle ln the face our an ampooable nor to like mln." "EU Amlzlllon: Eleclrlcll Work I n n Navy Yu-rl nomo. B. nollrnnn eryone knows when Ceorge is present." -ISE Fuzzy Electrical dept Amblllolt Nlvll Eleclrlcllll htrnnven rllglr senool asy Io remember. hard In for-gel." llollllll '37-'FIBJ Golf '37-'lllll Shop Basketball A 1.557512 WARBURTON "E F cron.. Welding .l.p.ro..er.r Arnblllon Welder Normlnllln lulllnr Hlgh School ou'rI never know he's in class. hop nnrlrellml 'al-'ssl 'rms 'sc--sv-'ns EYERETT WHITTLE Y s HARRY WRENCH Machine Shop Amblllon: 'ro Work ln Torpedo Sllllllllr NCWDUTI, B. I. Nofmllllln Jlllllfbf Hlfll School "Chatterbox" Shllp Bllktlrblll '38-'39: SDUCGI' 'Kll Huy Allblil Cllflllbb A Clllbk on Waitress Hers is a quietness serene." hertra '36-'37-'Mg Traltle Squad G Home Boom Prelldeltl '39 HAZEL LOUIQE YORK 1 OIC '14 Ill Ill III III Ill m in in ul Ill We present -the history of the class of 1940! XVhen we linish we won't have to tell you how remarkable we are -you'll say it for usl lt was a beautiful day of September l930 when we, as freshmen, banded together at the Vocational portals, How sophisticated thc upper classmen seemed and how formidable the unknown corridors! As for the Machine Shop Annex, we girls were sure it Could not stay up without the support of the Yo- cational male spectators. Shy, timid and embarrassed we Hfreshies" personilied the word Hinferiority complex." 'l'he boys were quiet and backward tbelieve it or notl and the girls awed and practically terror stricken. My, how times have changed .... Our sophomore year was better. Vl'e had learned our corridors, our teachers. and the fact that the Machine Shop Annex could remain upstanding without human support. 'l'hen came our junior year. Now we were somewhere. As a class we elected Donald Sylvia. president, Irene Lajoie. vice-presiclentg Rosalina Mello. secretary and Alfred Messier, treasurer. Generating a little pep we held a few dances, attended a roller skating party, and sponsored a Junior Prom which proved to be a huge success. After our vacation we returned joyously as full pledged seniors, Now. we were the ones that had acquired worldly poise and Don juan technique, This was our last year. our best year. and we hit the anvil hard, Donald Sylvia was again chosen presidentg Irene Lajoie, vice-presidentg Bertha Przybyszewska. secretary. and Arthur llarrette, treasurer. Our social activities included several dances, a roller skating party and a hay-ride which was proclaimed delightful by all who attended. We are one of the proudest graduating classes when it comes to athletic victories. Our baseball team had the distinction of winning the Bristol County title. Our powerful football team is the county, city and state champion in its class, and our basketball team has done a Splendid piece of work in securing such a large number of victories. Graduation Day will be the happiest day of our four years at Vocational. Although we shall receive our diplomas with joy tand thankfulnessl we shall regret parting with the kindness of the faculty and the good times we have had. iff Nosul was gentle, friendly and kind, Vl'ho'd get to school on the nick of time. It wouldn't be unusual if he came in late, We still can't figure why he didn't get the gate. -we Class Will Lend us your ears, my friends, as we, the class of 1940 of the New Bedford Vocational School, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts being of sound mind and memory, for the first time, so set down in writing our last will and testament, We bequeath the following: ' To Mr. Mackintosh we leave the hopes of another championship football team. To Miss Horne we leave pleasant memories of the class of 1940. To our class advisors, we leave our gratitude for their cooperation and help during our Senior year. To the Faculty, our sincere thanks and gratitude for their help and patience during our four years at Vocational. To the Juniors, we bequeath the honor of being Seniors and hope they will be successful. To the Sophomores, we leave the honor of running their first dance. To the Freshmen, wc bequeath the sound advice of keeping out of trouble and away from Mr. Whipplels office. Emily Albertini leaves her pleasant trips from Acushnet to her sister Doris. Antone Almeida leaves nothing, he's taking it all with him. Leo Alsis leaves his love for baseball statistics to Bill Hathaway. Marie Anesti leaves a bag of peanuts to Mr. Sears. Mary Araujo leaves with a sigh. Roger Atwood leaves his ability to sleep in class to any Junior who is tired. Frederick Barker leaves his enormous appetite for candy to his instructor, Mr. Everett Taber. Kathryn Balthazar leaves her ability to talk to Marjorie Blogg. Arthur Barrette leaves his piano legs to Al Rosario. john Baron leaves Mr. Mackintosh looking for a manager for his athletic squads. Mary Barros wills her giggles to Miss Kane. Mildred Beard leaves all the chairs in the girls' building to future graduates to catch their stockings on. Leona Bellotti leaves her standing place in front of school to Frances Barriteau. joseph Bielski leaves his bright blue eyes to any fellow who wishes to attract a girl. Adelaide Boino leaves her blushing to anyone who likes natural color. John Bollea bequeaths his nagging to John Sylvia. Roland Booth leaves his blond curly hair to the disappointment of a certain girl. Manuel Borges leaves his ability to sling a line to anyone who will listen to him. Maude Boyles leaves her chemistry book to Julia and Theresa. Robert Buckley leaves his parking space vacant. Antonio Carneiro leaves his jitterbugging to anyone who needs the exercise. Milton Carrier bequeaths his tremendous size to dimunitive Bettencourt of the carpenter shop. Manuel Chantre leaves for the die department in the Morse Twist Drill. Aurele Cournoyer bequeaths his personality smile to "Fido" Lajoie. William De Barros leaves his love for singing to anyone who likes to be happy. John Doran leaves Mr. Norton's room for the last time, but not to go to the oliice. -20- Walter Draus leaves his ability as a good soccer player to Ellsworth Cunningham. Mary Duffy leaves nothing, she's taking it all with hcr Roland Durocher leaves his roof framing ability to that wild Irishman Joe 0'Brien. Norman Dutra leaves Mr. Norton with an improved vocabulary. Eva Fernandes wills the oii toned piano in the cafeteria to anyone who can play it. Silvino Finocchi leaves his quietness to Harvey Westgate. Judith Fonseca wills her chemistry book to Louise Ramos and HMay she profit as much as I." Raymond Forand leaves Mr. Holt with a package of T.N.T. George Fournier leaves his love for dancing to some Freshman who needs it. Aurelio F reitas leaves his tune up ability to Tommy Livesy. Rose Gamba leaves Doris Monty to walk clown the hill alone. Peter Giammalvo bequeaths the check room and all its profits to "Go0fus Wilson." Malcolm Goodfellow leaves his ping-pong form to HVick" DeTerra. Stanley Gorczyca leaves his ability to talk to anyone who will listen to him. Douglas Hardy leaves his love for "Merrie-Old England" to his friend Hitler. Florence Harju leaves school hoping to join Harold Philla. Andrew Haskell leaves, still hoping for that date with Eleanor Smith. Dorothy Hobson leaves her position as marshal to any Junior who thinks that shc is strict enough. Helen Hodziewich wishes she could leave elevators to all students of years to COITIC. Horace Humphrey leaves his diesel ability to Robert Thackeray. Milton Isherwood wills his last minute rush to class to Elton Cunningham. Virginia jaros is just going to leave. Thomas johnson leaves his kid brother to carry on for the Johnson family at Vocational. Maurice Kennedy leaves with his large 'tblue saucer eyes" to the dis- appointment of all the girls. Albert Kingsley leaves for the cathedral in the pines. Gerhardt Kober leaves his love for an avenue stroll to any lonely heart. Casmir Koczera bequeaths his baseball ability to "Chet" Bobrowlecki. George Kougias leaves his love for discussing world affairs to Mr. Holt. Irene Lajoie. Mary Sullivan, Eileen Loveridge, Mary Howrihan and Kathryn Veary leave their place in front of the East door to any one who wants to make new acquaintances. Calvin Lake leaves his good looks to any junior. Lillian Larocque leaves 1-8 inch of her height to Grace Valentine. George Laube leaves his tiery red hair to the Power department to be used during a coal shortage. Lionel Lawrence leaves school after four years of hard work. Roland Lemaire leaves his great bulk to the future center on the football team. Herbert Lloyd leaves his position as captain of the soccer team to a player of equal ability. Francis Malonson leaves his carpentry ability to Casmir Makara because he canlt take it with him to Grants. Fred McNally, Edmund O'Gara and Edward Niemiec leave their favorite corner to anyone that wants to use it. 1211 Clan Will fContinuedj Rosalina Mello leaves her artistic ability to Alice Wicherska. Alfred Messier leaves his dancing ability to Cotton King. Graziella Metivier leaves her curly hair to anyone who dislikes permanent waves. Harry Miller leaves his kicks like a mule to the soccer club for a souvenir. Arthur Modesto leaves his position as class treasurer to a hard working Jl-.ll'll0I'. Hilda Modesto wills her quiet ways to anyone who thinks she can keep uiet. q Edward Morris leaves to George Thomas his quiet and unassuming manner. Anthony Mulroy leaves the Industrial Design department alone. John Mysona leaves his wad of Dentyne gum to Kenneth Whalley. Raymond Ouimette leaves his two reserved seats in the gallery of the Rialto Theatre to the next up and coming Romeo. Armand Pariseau leaves his position at first base to Harry Potevina. Jane Parker leaves her nickname of "Red" to any red headed junior. John Pederson leaves to continue his polishing career Jeannette Pelletier leaves her ability to sneeze at the proper time when she thinks she will be called upon. William Peters leaves his ability to sit down to any sit down striker. Bertha Przybyszewska leaves her good sense of humor to Theresa Brodeur. Helene Pietkiewicz leaves her position as head cheer leader to Lodga Kielbasa. Jennie Pietrzykowska wills her ability to ask questions about chemistry formulas. Harry Plissey leaves his dry jokes to Roger Allain. Roland Richards leaves his absentee record to anyone who can afford days out. Evelyn Rihbany leaves her good posture to her sister Rosaline. Charlotte Robertson leaves her quiet voice to Josephine Law. Adelaide Roderiques leaves her beauty culture to anyone who thinks that they are as good as she is, Raymond Roy leaves his love for Weigel's garage to the next bright Junior. Boleslaw Sadowski leaves his four enjoyable years to Mr. Tabor. Arthur Sequin bequeaths his "drag" with Mr. Leonard to "Herky". Eleanor Anne Smith leaves her changing hair styles to anyone with time and patience. Florence Smith leaves to any Junior the congratulations for being the first one engaged. Arthur Soares leaves his ability to truck in shop to an independent jitterbug. Peter Sowa wills his seeming disinterest to Tommy Livesey. George Sweet leaves to continue his newspaper career. Ethel Stringer wills her ability to take her time at everything to Dorothea Coleman. Edith Sullivan leaves her ability at table sewing to Alice Richards. Donald Sylvia leaves without a possibility for a third term for presidency. Hope Atwood, Hazel York, Doris Chandler and Phyllis Taber .eave school still hoping to be great friends. Corinne Tolentino wills her cooking ability to her sister. Randall Unwin leaves the radio room without an antenna. Mary Viera wills her ability to alibi out of everything to Rhea Labonte. Lester Warburton leaves his title of "class Romeo" to Steve Sylvia. Althea Washburn leaves her sophisticated talk. Edward Wasilewski leaves the candy case to Eugene Potkay. ..2 21 Clase Will fContinued1 Harry Wrench leaves the buildings. Margery Whalley leaves her long hngcrnails to Loretta Gurl. Chester Plocharczyk leaves the letters of his last name to Mr. Moore who is still trying to pronounce it. Everett Whittle leaves the school because he can't stay any longer. Alice Wygrzywalska leaves to the freshmen her ability to sing otI key. and scat to this document In testimony thereof, we hcrcunto set our hands on this first day of Jllay, in thc year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fort y. Witnesses: DIZZY DEAN, w. c. FIELDS, CHARLIE MCCARTHY. SUPERLA Tl VE BEST STUDENT BEST ATHLETE MOST POPULAR BEST NATURED MOST CHEERFUL MOST DAPPER THINNEST MEEKEST NOISIEST MOST SOPHISTICATED MOST ROMANTIC BEST DRESSED MOST UNDIGNIFIED BEST POLITICIAN QUIETEST BEST ACTOR BEST ARTIST BEST COMEDIAN GIGGLER PRETTIEST 1 f ar Superlatives BOY Norman Dutra Arthur Barreue Donald Sylvia Arthur Nloderto Ronald Booth Harry Wrench George Fournier Caamir Koclera Robert Kramer Roland Richardl Lester Warburton Calvin Lake Roland Lemaire George Kougiaa ,lohn Baron joseph Bielrlri Anthony Nlulroy Maurice Kennedy Frederick Barker -nr-ka Manual: Mr. Richards, Mr. Snyder wants me t Mr. Richards: Have what phone? Manual: I mean borrow the phone. Mr. Richards: Where are you going to take it? Manual: I mean I want to use it. Girls: What is a good remedy for loot trouble? Reply: Trade them in for a new pair. -2 34, CIRL Helen Hodzicwicz Helene Pietlriewiez lrene Lajoie Mary Howrihan Maude Boylea Ethel Stringer Kathryn Veary Mary Barrm Katheryn Balthazar Eleanor Smith ,leannette Pelletier Bertha Przyhyazewlha Senior Girl: Jennie Pietrzylrowaka Rosalina Mello Corinne Tolenlino Maude Boyle: Senior: o have your phone. Class Prophecies EMILY ALBERTINI Our friend Emily Alliertini Who is never a grouch ur a meanie Wants lu be a waitress We know she'll he a success. ANTONE ALMEIDA Tony we hnow is a studious lad He scarcely ever malres a sound He isn'l the kind to be mad or sad You hardly know when he is around. LEO ALSIS Leo will someday had himself As Admiral of a fleet ln his white uniform and shining buttons He'll give the girls a treat. MARIE AN ESTI Marie has a lznach for designing clolhes She also malzes friends wherever she goes So with .. paint brush in her :ana She'll he the toast of all the land. MARY ARAUJO Mary Araufa, a dieticiall she'll be In the hospital in our lawn. And if perchance yau're forced to go, l'm sure yau will not frown. HOPE ATWOOD Hope a governess is A very capable one indeed In her very hindly manner Shell show the children what's the matter. ROGER ATWOOD Roger will he a hermit Until he meets his fill. He'll have his fill of solitude, Until he meets his jill. FREDERICK BARKER Frederick or "folly Bay" so called For his laugh is remembered hy all He is too small to be n carpenter So he is worhing at Fuller and Barker. KATHERYN BALTHAZAR Katheryn is a charming hostess In a large and spacious manor Performing her duties with success Greeting guests in a pleasant manner. ARTHUR BARRETTE We see our captain there At every great gridiron game And from the way he directs his men We hnuw him by his fame. JOHN BARON The Baron a mighty man is he Whose physique is very pleasing As a physical culture expert, He won't need any teasing. MARY BARROS Mary's ability to sew Has helped her a lot we know ln mahing clothes far others The compliments she gathers, MILDRED BEARD Mildred is a :harming governess She is a great success For when she smiles that lovely smile They all cheer up for a little while. LEONA BELLOTTI In her tearoom sweet and clean Leona can be seen There we'll slap and lzug Her lavely cakes and pies. JOSEPH BIELSKI foe's been warhing on the railroad All the tive-tang day Not lo pass the time away But to earn some pay. ADELAIDE BOINO Adelaide is now a nurse She's the doctors' delight And the patients' pleasure With her cheerful smile so bright. JOHN BOLLEA fahn is a happy-ga-lucky Never worried about a thing So we prophecy his future ln the rote of a foreign king. JAMES R. BOOTH "jimmy" is a punsler Comicul as can be In the end he'll he a comedian The best you'll ever see. E24- Class Prophecies EDWARD BORGESS "Ee1.1fe" will he an aviator with helmet, goggles, and alt or utt the things he'll ever be He'll ne.-ef be tall. MAUDE BOYLES A seamstress is auf Maude Aint .ue trunk li not ella At her sawing nsuehfne st.e't1 sea up u hnc scam. MANUEL BORGES Manny owns a garage His business is very large Tires he fxes, lrrulzes and wheels His work pleases those with whom he deals. ROBERT BUCKLEY On hailing a passing taxi To avoid the trafhc jam We gaze al a reckless driver And fnd Robert Buckley nl our command. ANTONIO CARNEIRO "Tony" will be a pilot Oy a trans-Atlantic plane Ht-'ll guide it courageously Through wind, storm and rain MILTON CARRIER Mittan is a noted football star Climbing the height of fame And you may hear wherever you are The mention of his name. DORIS CHANDLER Doris tvants to he a nurse We know she will succeed Because we lanou: hcr cheerful smile Will go with every deed. MANUAL CHANTRE "Manny" is seen and not heard His motto is A'Kecp quiet" No matter haw hard the task is He'tI surety at least try it. AURELE COURNOYER Aurele will own an orchestra And write new musical scores So people can hear and sing them When old ones start to be hares. fContinuedj WILLIAM DEBARROS The famous song writer William DeBarro.x Composer uf "Oomph and 'Alone with Ten Others" Now owns a music shop Where he sells his recordings on the spot. JOHN DORAN Oh "johnny" tus where will yuu he ln some happy day lo come Yuuu friends say, "ln the nut house But I guess your not too dumb. WALTER DRAUS Walter's got a real fob naw ln the city zoo He leeds crackers and nuts to And now and than cats a few. the monkeys MARY DUFFY Mary is always fate A maidcn with u blush se rare Wt-a as a housewife makes Delicious tiny pink euteeu, ROLAND DUROCHER Roland owns a large boat Acushnet River Where he is his own designer He builds his baats to the hncst peak We hupe he ean keep frurn falling asleep. yard on the NORMAN DUTRA Testing coils ond meters Norman's ambition never pcters Electrical engineering was his coll What he can't do is nary srnatt. EVA FERNANDES Our Eva's wit was for the best She ranked A-I should you inquire Her humor gal her-here's the rest Shes drawing cartoons for Esquire. SILVINO FINOCCI-II "Sit" all his life has tailed Working in the muddy seat Now at last hc's found his peace Traveling away from the East. KENNETH FITZSIMIVIONS Kenneth will be an astronomer And study the stars all night lt will be interesting in a great many ways In the park on a moonlight night. ,251 Class Prophecies fCon!inuedj JUDITH FONSECA fudith deals in ringlets and curls Creat style she does unfurl She is bcaulician number one now And to her aid all the girls bow, RAYMOND FORAND Raymond will be a diver Looking for valuable pearls But most ol his time will he spent With beautiful mermaid girls. GEORGE FOURNIER Ceurge is drawing plans for a girls' school And a city garbage disposal too For he was a "C man" fgarbage and girlj for Valze But he tool: it seriously, not as a joke. AURELIO J. FREITAS Aurelio is undecided Ol what he's going to be So whatever is his tasll We'll have to wait and see. ROSE GAIVIBA Rose'.t greatest ambition ls to be a beautician So when you sit in her chair She can change the style ol your hair. PETER GIAIVIMALVO Haae ya.. seen the new any butts Its roof is admired by all With spires and hemispherical dome Peter Ciammaluo framed it alone. MALCOLM GOODFELLOW Malcolm will own a circus Ol freaks and animals he'lI dream We hope his geadty side show Won'l be another scheme. STANLEY GORCZYCA Now that Poland has been subdued And lies waiting to be restored Its future lies in one ol our boys So it'.s up to Stanley lo bring them foy. DOUGLAS HARDY No longer is your radio erratic Alter Douglas gels rid of the statia Although you don't hear him sing He's the arte who rttns the thing. FLORENCE HARJU .4 governess to be is Florence Harju With her children do not argue Although she's jolly she can be stern She'll teach and they'll learn. DOROTHY HOBSON The sich need have no worry For they'Il be healed in a hurry When Dot dans her uniform white And with disease stages u fight. HELEN HODZIEWICH We now have a lat of news to lell, About our classmate, Helen Before a class she soon will be seen And we hope some day she'll be the dean. MARY HOWRIHAN When Mary owns her tearoom And the customers she'll senie They'll eat her food, and give it praise She really will deserve. HORACE HUMPHREY Horace joined the Navy The .sorta that he might ses He rose from the ranlzs. despite his pranlu An officer to be. MILTON ISHERWOOD Shelves al ceiling height With boobs ol great renown Will be Milton's delight In a library all his own. VIRGINIA JAROS She maltes and plans her patterns And no mistaltes do happen She cuts them aut completely Arid makes them ht neatly. THOMAS JOHNSON Tommy will always haue some fohes To pass the time away He uses them at trying times To keep the glooms at bay. MAURICE KENNEDY Ciant timbers from the forest Beautiful homes they soon will be Drawn and designed by the mighty Better homes for yau and me. 12 6. Maurice Clase Prophecies fContinuedj ALBERT KINGSLEY Al will he a playbay He lanes a noisy life But some Jay he'll be eaplured By a quiet loving wife. GERHARDT KOBER Carry goes a flying Up nrounrl the "Dipper" And santa day in the future near He'll fly the China Clipper. CASMIR KOCZERA Cusmlr is a baitainy eantfnetar The hanaea he bnittle are very attnaetiue He baaalnt a taeat baseball teain Far managing a baseball team was his dream, GEORGE KOUGIAS rs.-aaa.. he eaa1.ln't hn.t ennugh Of yieia lv suil his aaee Geary. slnrlui a feniate .ianeiny school with nu bay. near the ataee. ROBERT KRAMER Bob will be an announcer In a beautiful radio station His wonderful diction will he heard All across the nation. IRENE LAJOIE An industrial nurse is lrene's quest fhis we say without a fest For caring for all bays Are lrene's joys. CALVIN LAKE A very hne tn.l is Catain Who's selling gasoline Anel it-he.. yan .nine up in your machine You'Il gel service supreme. LILLIAN LAROCQUE Lillian now L1 a nurse you are Tall and pretty is she All the patients fake pain Far lo he near her is their aiin, GEORGE LAUBE ceaeye ie a neeinan on tin New Yorh haul Ana ti.. bait... in .iaea .nan 'ra keep the haul aftaat. LIONEL LAWRENCE What Lionel plans la do I think te gel e name, fond. anal Jrinh Bal haw he'll do it he wun'l say Sa haw aan we varsify that today? ROLAND LEMAIRE His gridiron iaaeb bnaayht Vohe fame He. tneby, folly and fat Wait till you see hirn at pro-games With tuxedo, aane, und a "top" hal. HERBERT LLOYD Herlay always greets yau With a cheerful word and smile His sunny tlisposilinn .aitt tab. him one. many a humpy mile. EILEEN LOVERIDGE A sales girl Eileen wishes la be And in that uxarlz she will succeed Far she will work with all her might And always he a pretty sight. FRANCIS MALONSON Francis is managing a large Crant's stare Where he has in stare A large amounl of .sweet candy Fan .ante .lay it .aitt aaine in handy. FRED MCNALLY This fellaw'.s future is plain ln see He'll marry a girl named Alice If his plans are what he said they wanld I think he'll live in a palace. ROSALINA MELLO Rosy continues her ahetehiny Pietures hy her are fetching She draws them with a steady hand Sha makes some bold. and others bland. ALFRED MESSIER "Mike" is a good athlete But nolhing can match his swing Ana aanieitay nn a lhealer .naeaae He'll he hailed aa the fitlerlrug being GRAZIELLA IVIETIVIER Craziella wha is quite petite Makes clothes both stylish and ncal In her shop in New York City be Yau're bound lo hnd some socialite silling. -2 7- Clase Prophecies HARRY MILLER Harry is a friendly person Always cheerful and willing Of all success and happiness He will have his hlling. ARTHUR MODESTO Arthur is an airplane me-:hanic If he decides to fty A mechanic and good in mathematics Might help him in the sky. HILDA MODESTO Nest is Hilda Modesto Who was a quiet girl in class And who has had much success ln her job as governess. EDWARD MORRIS Eddie was undecided Exactly what lo do So he bought a rabbit farm And is an the way ta success. ANTHONY MULROY Anthony has lraveled from coast to coast And the things he saw were something ta boast He's warhed in the cities and towns But has not married or settled down. JOHN MYSONA Our lahnny certainly made good Slinging them to the hrs! baseman A Mexican League soon bought him up Tha he held aut for a very high rate. EDWARD NIEMIEC At hazing tools he is a streak And his pay cheek proves it every week And soon he'll start a little shop And he'll keep working till he gets to the top. EDMUND O'GARA O'Cara is lihed by all the gang Because of his jokes and his laughter Later he will travel to many a land He's our choice of a good will ambassador. RAYMOND OUIMETTE We always lenew Raymond lihed lo tap dance So naw he has an excellent chance To show the audience what he can do Cheering up those that feel quite blue. fContinuecU ARMAND PARISEAU Armand will lzeep an striving His ambition will never be cold And he'Il hnd that al the end of the rainbow He'll get his pat of gold. JANE PARKER lane is a dietician And is smart at hxing dishes And can maize lat girls wee With her knowledge ol chemistry. JOHN PEDERSON At making taais he is a streak And his pay check proves il every week Soon he'll start a little shop And he'll heep working hard 'till he gets ta the top. JEANNETTE PELLETIER leannette dabs in fashions Designing chic new clothes They are just dandy She always comes in very handy. WALTER PERRY Walter is very bashful and shy But when he is a man He will startle us and tie Himself to a young girl in the land. WILLIAM PETERS I walked into the affce Ol a very large corporation Bill was the head accountant With assistants att over the nation. HELENE PIETKIEWICZ Helcne's dances are done with ease The audience she strives to please Her dancing. wins her great renown She's the best loved dancer in our hame town. JENNIE. PIETRZYKOWSKA I see u beauty shop Where all the elite ga fennie is lhe owner As you all must hnow. HARRY PLISSEY Harry became a mechanic Anal worked with zest and ease But every time an engine hnoehed He'd yell aloud. "Who's there?" LZB... CHESTER Class Prophecies fContinuedj PLOCHARCZYK Chesler is a lad Who's undecided what lo be His lmughl Arid lhe are BERTHA Bertha leads a yachl rld he's going la see PRZYBYSZEWSKA a merry life Flilling from place la place As limi maid la a saeialile She mcels so ROLAND Roland naw An alumnus cial!! faee lo faee. RICHARDS has his cap and gown ma he is Bal sad ln say and sad lo lhinlz H e also lms EVELYN As we gaze Tn discover We hnil lha Bul for her some dignily. RIHBANY inlo :he cryslal ball where Ei'elyn's face will fall 1 the glass ix nal elear good future we have no year, CHARLOTTE ROBERTSON To be a chi ld nurse is Charlallefs desire siren be me une i,ea'l1 aarii lu hire Fer caring for eliizareri is her delighl Aria lhe nares she aaes ..-all always be riglii ADELAIDE RODERIQUES Adelaide so lall and slender ls very careful and i-era fender As a nurse she'll cure lor :he injured perl Anil giae ea urage ra she weary hearl. RAYMOND ROY Those airplanes flashing through lhe uir Are oflen in need af repair Aria Rayma sure Thai for lo Thou' repa BOLESLA Boleslaw lo And for his aa head of me graar.a....er. makes ng laugh flighls irs will endure. W SADOWSKI Poland he will gn eaarilri, men he will hghl To gel Poland been And wipe Cermany all lhe map. ARTHUR SEQUIN He can sell himself lo any bass He'll iaui il up lo he sa graaa The world's gain will be Vokfs loss When he grows up Io ln' a man. ELEANOR ANNE SMITH Eleanor's desire is lo be a lwcauliciun She puls up curls in rapid succession Far fxing hair is qaiie a feal And al lhis she is very ncal. FLORENCE SMITH Oy all aeeapaliaris in ihis u-arld Theres only one lo hi llvis girl For lhe ambilinn of her life ls lo be a charming mile. ARTHUR SOARES For years and years lhey'ue same are lo beai lee Laois Nam Soares from Valar: when he has lime ls jusi lhc guy lu do il. fried la had PETER SOWA Frerri one fab lo aaelher Pour Pele gal me bar. Bal he doesn'l eare nor lrolher Beeaase ie-dar, he is a man, GEORGE SWEET Maube when he grows big A sailor he will be He'll lrauel an the mighly ships Far across :he sea. ETHEL STRINGER Miss Slringer is now a nurse we see In a dainly cap se while For her palienls all admire her She makes a prelly sighl. EDITH SULLIVAN Edilh is lhe dielieian wha plans your meals eaeh .lay Feeding you pulalo and spinach For lo malze you slrong is her aim. MARY SULLIVAN A leacher of dielilics Mary wanls lo be For lhal's a good profession As every one can see. DONALD SYLVIA We see lhal Donald has joined ihe Marine He is sailing lhe seven seas. And in every porl thal he has share leave He has lefi many a broken hearted maid. 129- Class Prophecies f Continued J PHYLLIS TABER lt's Miss Phyliss Taber Her mind it will not waver For being a governess she was set And has never wavered in her project. KENNETH TAYLOR Meet Kenny Taylor The sereen's latest rave He's the type of man The women crave. CORINNE TOLENTINO In a tea room she will be A good waitress we'll agree Gentle manners, charming smile You will want to linger awhile. RANDALL UNWIN "First rnate Unwinf' the captain calls On the good ship Mary Iane "Cel your bearings," the captain bawls "I think we're in for rain." KATHRYN VEARY When Kathryn opens her shop All the men stare and stop For inside they will spy Kathryn with her flashing eye. MARY VIERA She is fanning .1 beauty .hop Where everyone does go In this nf.. she is "tops" And how her business growsl LESTER WARBURTON Lester is a dancer bold Al least that's what we're told But when he's baclz again with us He's the some Lester ol ald. ff-Ar ALTHEA WASHBURN Little children .the will care far She has learned the whys and wherelors When she tells them pretty stories 5hc'll do ittwith ease and poise. EDWARD WASILEWSKI "Ed" has put a new engine in his yacht Haw it speeds at three kaats He is planning a trip through the Panama Canal. With some sweet girl, just lar a pal. MARGERY WHALLEY Margery's future was plain to be seen Marriage, al course is what we mean Sa now you can see her with Ken's allowance Trying to rnalze the budget balance. EVERETT WHITTLE Valecfs contribution to the Olympics ls one little fellow who blushes He never looks at girls on the street But when he sees Dot-Then he rushes. ALICE WYGRZYWALSKA AIice's caching is an art As a chef she'll make her start ln this world she'll do her part In serving chichen a' la carte. HAZEL YORK Hazel York who is sa sweet And always very clean and neat Will sem your meals without delay And give you a braad smile when you pay. SAMUEL HIGGINBOTTOM Last but not least Sam closes the page Ready of aiu, .ma sage. He'll prosper with age. 'k -30- if PORT af I ls... , f Ill amen V-, MIM f3me-cms ..-UL7 .c',924zzfz0A4a1aLe..- ua-o - ' 1- FIRST ROXV: Si'r.mN1x, Mulfmn, MONJEAU, TAPPLR. LEMAIRE, Blummin, Rosmzxc. PASILKA, GAunm"ri. Mownzmo, BsLl.AvANc:. SECOND ROXV: Svlvxfx, FURTADO. ALLLN. Bommwlzciu, Cmzuso, Smrru, Soiuuls, TnoMsoN. Swwntt. A1.MmnA. C'uNNiNnuAM. REAR: Coaches: Mn. jANmx, Mn. XVu.soN!Oi.1vam,x, DETILRRA, Duixnra, McC.oucH, VAUGHN. BAKQN, Mgr., MR. MAcluNl'osu, Couch. Football The 1030 ftmtlmll machine was the greatest club ever turned out by Mr. Naekintosli, This power and speerl laden eleven won the city, county, and stale titles in football. It was the lirst team in the history of the City to win a state futwtlvall title. The climax of the season was the teams victory over our city rival New Berlfortl High. The 6 - 0 score was by no means an in- mlieatiun nur teams' superiority mer a much bigger arul greatly mannetl rival Our elulr outrushetl them 250 yrls. to 112 yals. and matle ll lirst tlowns to their T. Arthur llarrette erashetl through their center for the only score of the game. Summing the game up we ran say that our line out ehargerlNeW Hecllorcl antl nur barks out ran and out bloekecl their hacks. We say farewell to Arthur liarrette. the chunky line smash in hallbaek and ro-captain of this great clubg to joe Stefanik our passing, kicking, blocking and plunging fullback: to "Tops" Lemaire our center hulwark and to Zeta Mwnteiro who joins the ranks ol Vneatiunal's great encls. 631, Baseball May May May May May May May May May May May May May june June june june June 2 3 5 8 10 12 15 17 19 23 25 26 31 1 6 7 14 15 BASEBALL SCHEDULE WON 15 LOST 4 Durfee High Durfee Textile N. B. Textile Durfee High Holy Family N. B. Textile Dartmouth Fairhaven Coyle Taunton N. B. High Durfee Textile Coyle Darmouth Taunton Fairhaven N. B. High N. B. High Voke Oppon 3 7 Forfeit 3 2 17 7 12 0 2 1 18 3 17 3 1 0 11 0 4 5 6 2 8 9 3 2 7 3 18 9 3 5 10 ' 9 ents Turning out one of the heaviest hitting clubs in this section of the state for the past decade the Vocational nine wound up its season by annexing the Bristol County League Baseball Title. Martin, Bill and Henry Hathaway joined to make a formidable pitching staff. The outtield of Stefamik, Koczera and Bobrowiecki was the county's "Murderer's Row". Hard working "Manny', Borges, Johnny Mysona, Tenczar, Captain Lloyd and "Bunny" Wood rounded out the classy infield. In the final game of the series with New Bedford High, our boys came through with a 10 - 9 win to clinch the championship. Track FRONT ROW: VAUGHN. R. BELLEVANCE. POWELL, KINGA STANDING: MR. JANIAK. Coach: Romnxowlcz, WHITTLL Mc-Rss. RicnARusoN, Bow1.sk. PAPPAS. Mn. Hom: Coach. "A team that wnn't be beaten, can't be beaten." This small band of iron- Ieggcd. courageous traekstcrs had to overcome many obstacles to even form a team. Chief among these was the lack of proper training facilities. Our mercury winged spcedsters did their training on the New Bedford streets! Despite this and other handicaps the team again won the Massachusetts State Relay flianipionsliip. 4-fai 'l'eacl1er -calling: roll callg Teacher: Raynioncll Raymond: Present. 'l'L-acher: Donald! Donald: Ooof Ooo. Voice: Ht-'s here physically but not mentally. 'lik'1lCllCl"I How can you distinguish sulphuric acid from sulphurous acid? Pupil: In sulphuric acid the "ickes'l has a 'tfour" and in the sulphur-ous Houses" have a Hthreenl Miss Knapp: Reviewing chemistry tells the girls to write the formula for Ferricyanide H5 Fe C6 N6. Unknown voice: Beano! 133- Basketball SEATED: Turk. Runmcx. FIRST ROW: L. to R, ALLEN, TAPPI-LR, Ouzozmsxr, Rosmuo, Mommno. Bosuowlsckl, THoMsoN. Cowixw, Fuunno. SECOND ROW: W. R. MAclNTusH, COACH., RoMANowlcL. Snuzs. ALMUDA, Suvnm. Duran, CUNNINCHAM. Cmuso. MGR. B.-XSK1-ITBALL SCH EIJULE Ymutimizll 45 .Xlumni 55 Vorzxlionzll -16 AI llcimm -11 Vocational 37 Ilurfcc Textile 311 Yuczxtiunzll .W Durfcc Tcxtilu 24 Yocntionul -19 Sl. Andrews .ZX Yoczitiunzll 35 N, 15. 'll-xtilo 114 Ynvzxliunul 53 Uurfcu Z4 Yllflllikllllli 30 Tuulilnn .53 Ynmtiunzll Z7 Taunton ZS xv0l'1l1117!11li 30 X. Ii. High 53 Ynvnliuiml 30 N. B. High Z6 VOL'Zl11OI1Lli 51 Worm-stvr 'l'1'z111c 32 Yuczltiolml 29 Wurccstcr Trurlc 37 Yuczxtionzxl 38 N. B. 'll-xtilc 31 Vovzitimial 53 Durfcc 2-1 Vocational 65 I'rm'ins'eluwn .ZZ VOCZl1i0I1ili 66 I'roVinr'ctown 23 Ymutioliul 60 Fuirhzlwn 41 Yorziliuxml S4 Fzmirlmvun Z1 'l'lu- lxuskctlnull tcum haul unc of its must sucvcssflll 502150115 in lllilllj' yvurs Yndcr thc capable guiflauive of Mr. NMAC" the 1611111 won 15 games amd lost 4.. ,XIHOIIISI its victims were notably. New Iicclforrl High, .Xttlg-burn, llurfcc, Taxuntmm :mul I"uirl1:lx'cn. :LII county opponents. 'l'hc loam was vzlptaincd by Zeta Montuiro. unc of thc lim-st lmskutlmll players uvcr turnucl out by Mr, Blur. "Zen-" lofi the tn-:nn in points scorcfl, an 101:11 of 102 points. Bobrowin-vki, Cowan. Rosario. :incl Ohm-rizinski manic up the rust of thc tvznn, Each contributed in1n1czmsLlrcably to thc suru-ssful sn-usun. -34- Soccer FIRST ROW: DucAN, Durrin, CLARK. BEARDswon111 CowAN L1.ovu CAPT Woon SAv1.Es KAs1Nsx1, HAs1u:1.L, CuNN1Nc1-IAM. REAR ROW: LAMQRLAUX, BER1-41:11, TABER PATVKULA WHALLEY PEKRY Bonozs Kousms Conn MULVU. 51111. 011. Url. Url. 011. UCI. Ufl. UCI. Nov. New, Nov. Nov, NOV. SOCFI R SL HI DUII 30 1101111 As'z1clu111y 7 xY1lf0l't0WI1 ll ll-11tra1l High 14 Springticlcl 17 X. B. Tvxtilu ll Medford 28 Lmllow .il Ilurfcc Textile 2 lk-1111 .-Xc11clc111y 4 l.uxingtnn 0 N. B. Tuxtilu 10 Hr0w11 Univcrsiiy 13 lllII'fCL' Textile C'oz11'l1 T11111 Mulx'11y's Souicr 'IL 1n1 1 ll 111111 ur J lnmr XL 11' 11 wg 1rb grmip lost but thru' gauiivs, woii eight 1111 tm lm G01 f .Mp--' HRSI' ROXV:j. Kwmx. R, Dawn. U.IJmxN1. I, Pmu. RIJXR RUXY: li. 'I'Amm. CUm.h,' S, Kusvm. I.. XVvxnuLr1uuv. R lerwxml. H51 un N. C Nu xlnmx Cheer Leaders I'lRS'I' ROVU: IIELIQNF PlmNu.wlc'l. H--ml ffm:-r fn-uJvr. SUQOND ROW: Mmxcrm' Wlml.1.m'. ibxsmm Kmxum. Ldmcu Klr1n.xsA. Nhmr Vumun. Arm VVlsHr,Nncl, Bunker, VUURNILR. Rim Cluvrl.. HLNM Punts, Rusmlwr Mum. ,36,. In the Long Run . . . ou Ein qouv Pion S will prize the portrait that looks like you - - your truest self, free from stage offsets and little concoits. It is this "long run" photography that P U R D Y success has been won. Portraiture by the camera that one cannot laugh at or cry over in later years. For present pleasure and future pride protect your photographic self by having P U R D Y make the portraits. PLEASING PORTRAITS PROMPT SERVICE RIGHT PRICES IDLIQDY Oflirial Photographer of Class of 1940 .Vrans Salisfaciion Cuaranlecd 160 TREMONT STREET B O S T O N BATES AND KLINKE Official Jeweler for the New Bedford Vocational School C FACTORY AT ATTLEBORO, MASS. Compliments of Don's Automotive Service, Inc. Compliments of Sowle the Florist Complimenls of Al's Hot Dog btand Compliments of WOOdlalld Market 487 KEMPTON ST. Compliments of Murray Sllus-ter Compliments ol Lawrence Caton George E. Tripp GENERAL CONTRACTOR - TRUCKING Sand - Gravel - Cinders - Loam Second Hand Building Material PACKING and MOVING Compliments of The Wool Shop 243 union sr, New Bedford, Mass. Charles Gauflette Fancy llleats and Crocerics 2777 Acuslmet Ave. Tel. 3-ZIZS Tel, 2-3721 276 ELM ST. COIllPl.llllClltS of a Friend Hartley - Hammond Co. SANITARY PLUMBING. HEATING AND SHEET METAL WORK Air Conditioning Oil Burners I26 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 2-927i For Exceptional Heating or Plumbing Call Hirst tlle Plumber Pelletier and Berube Used Cars Bought, Sold, Exclmnged New and Used Parts of A11 Kinds AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Tel. 2-4906 547 Bellevue Ave, New Bedford 1 5 Wonder In Market Clover Farm Store-Antone Arruda MEATS and VEGETABLES N TEL. 2-2314 3l4 DARTMOUTH ST. Hathaway Machine Co. i Colonial Flower Shop IZO MATHEW ST. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. W. W. Leach and Co. Tel. 3.1 036 Bouchers, lne. Stare for Men and Boys 1209 Acuslmet Ave. New Bedford OVILA BOUCHER, PROP. F. S. Brightman Co. 1 510 County St. Tel- 9,6268 Office Supplies and Equipment AUTO PARTS Quality Paper Products . New Bedford, Mass. , Exlde Batteries ' Dm' ' Delux 498 Pleasant sz., cor. Spring sn. Complimcnls of l The New Bedford Hotel F Barber Shop 1 FRIENDS or' THE YOUNG FOLKS J. Crcvmley, Profp. IJ' you wan! la look good on llie outside, you'vc gol to feel goocl on llze inside Tell Your Friends Abou! Hank's FINE FOOD and SERVICE I THANK YOU, Fouls I Frank McGowan Complrmenls of Spring Maker Springs Repaired Perry the Florist Front Wheel Alignment 30 Bethel St, New Bedford, Mass. North of William St. TEL. 6-B9l4 . Chanlherlinls Pearl Laundry p Flower Shop ee Hxcxs STREET l Tel. Z-3988 ze-1 Union si. A1-L MODERN SERVICE 1 New Bedford, Mass. TRY Us TEL' 3-4777 I Cwwlffnwfs of Groom: and Wood, lnc. ,lzunvs T. Powers ,Ianilor unrl Mill Supplivs Camplimcnls of Gulf llill Dairy at So. Dartmouth, Mass. l CI'lR'I'lI-'Il-ID 51 GOLDEN GUI-LRNSEY lXflILK Restaurant at 596 Pleasant St. New Bedford lce Cream - Candy - Pastries Llllllblfl' Wood Shingles Plaster Board Asphalt Shingles lnsulalion Asbestos Shingles Vifall Boards Flooring Plywood Shealhing Laths Sash 8 Doors All Kinds of Nlillwork Roofing Paper Vlsll our new Slrozu Rooms before you lruy 334 South Water St. New Bedford, Mass. Telephone 61 8 Frivnflly fl0lllPlll1ll'lllS . B . Complimenls of Cl1ElllllJC13il1,S Gas Station TARKLIN HILL RD. Kenlpton Oxy-Acetylene Service 9 CHESTNUT ST. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Complimcnls of Parsons Laundry Complimenis of Compliments of Goodrich Silvertown Stores Tires - Batteries - Radios NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Bush and Co. 9 . Mac S J. T. OHlAll:liIClvgl8Manager uso PURCHASE sr. Clfanefs 'gl mm W TelePh0"C 29548 512 P1..EAsAr?i'al5?h78g?B. Mass. Compliments of Jonathan Handy Co., Inc. Wholesale Hardware IRON and STEEL TOOLS Oxygen Acetylene Tanks Welding Supplies Anderson a11d Olson I47 Chancery St., New Bedford, Mass. Heating - Piping - Contractor Shop Tel. 7-9162 Complimenls of State, Empire and New Bedford Theatres Camplimenls of Mullins F ishing Gear Marine Supplies Wire - Rope Pier 4 Tel. 5-7493 omg. 3-0904 Residence 3-1366 Mmg-I 7-7552 A. D. McMullen Piano and Furnilure Moving Furniture Craiing-Fireproaf Slarage Garage Space To Let - Ovpen Day and Night Special Truck-Trailer for Vineyard Boat Line 304 KEMIPTON ST. NEW BEDFORD, MAISS. Drive a Pontiac and you will buy one Peirce and Hook 443 KEMPTON sr. Phone 2-1 lou 5 Siducy's lVlen's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings 7 Union St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 2-5 734 Complimenis of John Gobell Co. Camplimenls of '1l1'Clll0l1t Pharmacy Complfmenls of Dr. T. E. Shceriu Regislercd Optometrist 492 Pleasant St. T. J. Moriarty Hardware - Paints 308 PURCHASE ST. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Ciariifmgenfs of Shipyard Paints Co. 976 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. BOB COGGESHALL, Mgr. Rc A. F. Braley's Ccneral Conlmclor, Carpenlry and Painling Complimenls of Dr. Joseph Moore ROOF and SIDE WALLS SHINGLTNG Optometrist 167 Hillman St- VERA BUILDING, NEW BEDFORD s. 585 Ciounly Sr. Tel. 3-5237 Tel' 2,7828 f C, TEL., ,Bi i- Y Umplmmls of I 63rd Anniversary f4l12ll'll'S E. Uuwm W N . W t h k L. F. frllSl1l1lg and Sou 3 C H13 CI' JEWELR536 Union St- G 586 PLEASANT ST. DIAMONIXS LEATHER Reliable Leather Goods and Luggage TEL. 2.3956 'I'igl1v's Market M1-IA TS and CROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES 556 Kemplon St.. cor. Newton St. Phone 7-9l47 NEW BEDFORD, MAX. Complimcnls of H. M. C. Cutlery Co. Complimenls of N. B. Steel K1 Supply Co. IS COMMERCIAL ST. STEEL and STEEL SUPPLIES Complimenls of C. E. Beckman Co. il-35 COMMERCIAL sT. Jouquil Beauty Parlor COMPUMENTS 212 Cedar Street OF EXPERT BEAUTY PARLOR A Thelma Collins, Prop. Tel. 2-528l FRIEND C lv- AT amp 'mcms of D. 81 G. 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Phone 3-08ll Coniplinicrils of Laughlin Clufvrolct Hot Point Refrigerators Zenith and Philco Radios FU RNITURE CO. 'E'nSii5L' New Bedford Cnniplinicrlls of llzu'ling's Fluwvr Shop Flowerx For All Occaslnns Tel. I76 Fairhaven, Mass. Complinlcnls of llzufs Pavillion By thc S021 Conmlimenls of ,Al'll5llll1't Saw Mills Co. Complfmcnis of Spurv and Co. Cvmplimenls of D3I'lllI0lllll Strcct Quality Market William Nlarlin. Prop. 87 Dartmouth St. Tel. 5-7854 Compfin1c11l5 of Mcudcll E11-0. ixl2lIllIfZl4'tlll'illg Co., Inc. 60 South Water Street Camplimcnls of The Mayor Loo E. J. Carney Drink wTllitlf,S Dairy Mi Strictly from Our Own Hvrfl Complinlcnls of Hathaway Oil -q,,.,,..,.-.- AM .,,,, . ' .. L . w if ff. -?"t is i v -. ,fag '+R --, . ,:1.fsfe, ,na fm --- . -- 5 ig! ip -.M :L we . ,Q 2 1- , 3' . ,. A 31--en: - E "ll- , gb S,-U ,aff . 1 A?- 1 , : S A f ff EL -, V , wit h M ,,., - 1 , g L,,,Af.,A,,.A,'-Wai, , :jx- iffvr 'rf ". 2, ..,. . f . r ,... - ... . M, ,...' f . 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