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

 - Class of 1948

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K E 2 1 f i f I L 1 N MYi3.ilHWkH!iTn2i2I'.f26:iJ?-LA1eTLi'2i:ll" ' v, dLh..'Lff3l1,5-:?91ifSwEiQ4i+ii1'i2.:'r ff?tf4iLf'!!R? 6 1 - 'if' ' garcufzfrd We, the Staff of the 1948 Mariner, have done our best to present to you, in the following pages, the means whereby you may re-capture happy memories of the many friends and the good times you have enjoyed during your four years at New Bedford Vocational High School. hx 'x gg Dcdicafim The Mariner of 1948 is Respectfully Dedicated to MISS AGNES EARLY and MR. HERBERT LEONARD These educators have labored faithfully to make our years at Vocational profitable and happy. To each We tender our sincere gratitude and the wish that the future will bring to them continued success and renown. MISS AGNES EARLY ' 'H' MR. HERBERT LEONARD 1511 rd af Trustees Joseph Dawson, Jr., chairman Gustave LaMarche, Vice-Chairman Mrs. Elizabeth H. Best john Lemos Charles W. Fitzgerald Frank Sparling Mayor Arthur N. Harriman William York Mrs. Stella E. Zielinski Advisnry 15,17 rd Herbert Atkinson Fred Beaumont joseph Cataldo Robert Gelette Joseph Guilbeault Hubert Hall Roy Hawes Walter Mont A. Harvey Olson Benjamin P. Pease Ralph Spooner Julian Weigel Earl Wilbur William E. White MR. WILLIAM R. MACKINTOSH We deeply appreciate the privilege of attending New Bedford Vocational High School under the direction of Mr. William R. Mackintosh. His kindness of heart and genial personality have made him well-loved by all of us. mosh, kin 3C Early, W. M A. ttcndreigh, .Pi WI aber, L.T odericks, app, G. R ckson, H. Kn ja Luiz, Y. I.. ght If rst Row left to ri .2 N i: CJ .aa U N 'T' .4 L5 PE. .2 3 .2 N 'o o I I 3 .ae Q. :s PQ fi E :1 U 2 U7 .J Q 3 o L:- O if cm. .Ei -C ei L: GJ 1 .x C an FL- M. owland, ,D.H Adshcacl M. rocker, ggcshall, V. C Co y, R. . Wobeck M Sheer n, M. oggin, . G M Sloane, M Row - Second G. Sylvia unn. S. Leavitt, kcr, N. D Ba Forrest, A. A. 'U E V1 E O :I x: is L4 ui 3 .X 1. :: IQ Moore, lm, H. Fis . Taber, R. Gardiner, G, XV. Mackenzie, A. Lees, rslcy, fo n, VV. Norton, P. W O l'lS Robi XV. F. Foley, Row - hird T aker, S. V'ilson V. Janiak, F. B X Taylor, Horton, E. wr Con roy, , Ii Barrett becky, C. Fuller, Il. Wo ing, A. arson, j. hlanink, L. K Pe K. Seguer, C. urth Row 4 Fo 'S n. ra C C Q ,- I 5 e1 C 's 0 25 E .Eh S Edward J. Barrett Charles H. Seguer Carroll H. Fuller Amy F. Baker Helen Hodziewich Nellie F. Dunn Mary Sheerin Ruth Coggeshall Daniel W. Fraser Raymond Gardiner Zzculfy William R. Mackintosh, Director DEPARTMENT Department Head T. Horton G. Taylor AUTOMOBILE Elmer H. Snyder, William Edward DEPARTMENT CARPENTRY Lester A. Slocum, Department Head Everett H. Taber DEPARTMENT Department Head A. King Wobecky ELECTRICAL Lloyd E. Taber, Louis Albert HOUSEHOLD ARTS DEPARTMENT Agnes Early, Department Head Helen B. Knapp Dorothy Howland Margaret Goggin Mary E. Wobecky Glorianna A. Roderick Clementina MacKenzie INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Harold Kenworthy MACHINE AND WELDING William A. Pittendreigh, Department Head John J. Janiak Andrew Lees Peter Worsley Sterling K. Wilson William J. Quinlan Evelyn Kane Angeline Forrest Margaret Sloane Leonor M. Luiz Estelle Oldfield A. Herbert Moore Thomas Mulvey Herbert C. Leonard Kenneth H. Pearson STEAM ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Charles F. Foley, Department Head Francis A. Foley William Robinson RELATED DEPARTMENT Arthur P. Whipple, Department Head Frederick S. Baker Francis Holt William B. Norton Edmund Conroy Susan M. Leavitt E. Bowley Whipple Grafton Fish EVENING PRACTICAL ARTS E. Marion Adshead, Supervisor SECRETARIES CAFETERIA Dorothy E. Burkle Virginia Crocker, Manager Mildred L. Burkle Grace F. Sylvia i i 1 f f 3 i 1 X First Row, left to right Y Eleanor Perry, Doris Sherman, Claude Henderson, Alice LaFcrricrre, Rus- sell Edge, Rosemary Meehan, Cassandra DaR0sa. Second Row, left to right - Anthony Espcranca, james Gatcnby, james Pallarroni, Rosalie Roshur, .lolm Catterall, Dorothy Barcomb, Arthur Grimley, Wfalrer Gonet, W'arrcn Tripp. Editor-in-Chief . Assistant Editor . Literary Editor . Rosalie Roshur John Gatenby James Pallatroni John Catterall Warren Tripp year Hook Staff CLASS HISTORY CLASS PROPHECY Eleanor Perry CLASS WILL Doris Sherman SUPERLATIVES Dorothy Barcomb CLASS MOTTO Cassandra DaRosa ADVERTISING COMMITTEE The Senior Class Alice LaFerriere Claude E. Henderson Rosemary Meehan Anthony Esperanca Thomas Johansen Arthur Grimley Russell Edge Walter Gonet ' .A 3111 illlvmnrium In her junior Year at Vocational High School, Blanche Ramos died at the age of seventeen. Her death was a source of deep sorrow to all of us for she was well-liked by everyone. May she rest in peace. he Seniors 611155 ,Malia "WORK IN THY YOUTH THUS SHALT THOU THRIVE IN AGE 48 af I9 52 S 611155 Ofhcer Sitting - Vice-President, Rosemary Meehan, President, Earl Rogers. Standing - Treasurer, Andrew Girard, Secretary, Dorothy Barcomb STEVEN D. AFTHEMEADES JR. "Demct" Electrical Dept. Fairhaven High School Radio, Cars, Hunting, Swimming, Sports 'Gin' Mr' Snnzclhiug Tn Iulzz' flfzoulu XVARD SHERMAN ALLEN JR. "Walt" Electrical Dept. Parker Street School Dance Committee, '47, Track Radio, Dancing, Hunting, Swim- ming "fl lVi'll-D1'4'.m'iI Niall!" HENRI ARSENAULT "Hank" Carpentry Dept. Sr. Anthony School lee Skating, Swimming, Dancing, Fishing "Wl1c'rr', Oli XVIMW' Call Ht' Ben? Eiglzfcm JOSEPH HERVF ARSENAULT ..JOe,. Industrial Design St. Anthony School Christmas Show '47 Playing piano, roller skiting, dancing, :md dating girls "One Wflm I,r11'i'x lkllltil' lx lVi'ulll1y" DONALD AUDIZTTIC "Pistol Pete" Electrical Dept. St. joscplfs School Football '45, '46, '47 Collection of jazz records, swim ming, dancing "Wilb a Song In Ilii Heir!" W'lLl.lAlNl l5AlNlCR0liili "Bill" Welding Dept. Holy Name School Baseball '47, '48 Swimming, skating "A Person liwryrmu I,1l:z'i To M4'r'l" DOROTHY BARCOMB "lanky" llt xlns eholtl Arts Dept. Rx mrme evelt -Ir. High School Representative Jr. Red Cross '46- '47-'48, Secretary of Senior Class, Treasurer of Vffeens Swimming, tlzmeing "WVU: fl Smile tlllll A Snug .41 II in t" Al,lfRlllJ BKAURICGARD "lfredtly" l:lCCll'iC.1l Dept. St. Al rxsn ' plfs Scl wrlrs l Qlr. Prom Committee '46, Fresh- man Committee '46 Dancing "NIM lo Kumi" ILONARD lil-fNl'1VllJIfS "Benny" Auto Dept, linsebnll '46-'47-'48 "Milli imtf llvell AllllIlH'l'l'tlU N1'11z'fez'11 JOHN S. BIELSKI "Kid Perfect" Machine Shop Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Baseball, Football "A Mull lV11rlbzL'hiIu" STANLFY M. BOITHUTR ustgm., Auto Dept. Normnndin jr. High School Roller Skating, Fishing N1.00kill.Q flbmnf In New Arl1ic'1'i'- 1.'1t'!1fs" ,IOSKPH lsowuia tit. lflectrical Dept. Parker Street School Track '45-'46-'47-'48, Football '4S -'47 Hunting and Fishing "Sfmrlx, ilu' Ivy of Ynlzllf' JOHN HARRY W'II.I.IAMSON "Willy" Auto Dept. Soccer '47-'48, Track '48 "Sili'11l Pt'I'f0HIl!lIIt'l' of Dllfj' Nfaki'll1 Bwxl Rl'flll'7ln RAYMOND -I. CAMERA URW.. Electrical Dept. Clarence A. Cook School ifisliing, hunting "Uhr Mu u Fish-poli' um! II C1111 AIIAII I Wfill Hair a Lol of Fun" JOHN CATTIQRAIAL "lark" Iilccnrical Dept. Year Book Staff Member Radio, photography, swimming "Soft Spoken 111111 Al'l'0IllIlI0!11lfilIgn Tieimziy VIRGINIA CLAY "Vickie" Household Arts Dept. New Bedford High School Committee of Christmas Party '47 Collecting glass minatures, skating "Thr Svvrvl of S11i'4'4'xx ix C'll1XfillIFjl of P111'f1r1xr"' EDWARD CCDRMHQR "Eddie" lileetrical Dept. Normandin ilr. High School Automobiles "WUI :mil W!i.N'il!lIlI uri' ljlflu SVUIIU HARRY Al,l,lfN CORNULI, JR. "Muscles" Iileetrical Dept. Clarence A. Cook School Hunting, fishing, baseball. football "A K m'i' II S1wrfx111i111" EARL ll. DAVIS "Duke" Iflcctrical Dept. Mt. Pleasant School "Om Upon Whom You Can D1 firm!" -lOSlfl7H RAY UCCOSTA aloe.. lilectrical Dept. Mattapoisclt High School Dance Committee '44, junior Prom '4 5 , Football '42-'43 Hockey nVUt'Llfi0Il1ll'X Dun hmm" ANTHONY Dlf MliI.l.O ..1-ony., Iilcctricnl Dt-pt. Rooscvclt jr. High School XVoodcrat't, Model Making, Radio "Lvl Mm' Wfork Willl My Humlv Ami Ilupfl-y I Slmll BN' NORMAN DIQSNIARAIS "Dizzy" Auto Dept. job S. Gidley Swimming, Playing Piano, Dane- ing Hlilfl' O1114'ar'il,' SlflilfPHlNlf C. DUARTIC -IR. ".Iinnie" lilectrieal Dept. Norn mnimm lin High School "fl Sion!-l 11'i zrfnf Man" RUSSELL IYDGIC URUSS., VVeltling Dept. N Lmriim nndin -Ir. High School Football '46, Baseball '47, junior Class Treasurer, Year Book Staff All sports "fl Niw xfllllllg lfrllou' Wflm is llurif lo Ifiml B111 Ilrru' is Om' To Kwjr in Mimfv. ut'11f,x'fl'zuo ANTHONY t2sm2RANc.x ..T0ny,. Maeiianc sump Andrew Ii. Cushman l:00Ibnll '44, '44, '45, '40, '47 Baseball, Soccer, Swimming "fl Mull Wfo1'fbu'bilr" MARY XVINIFRIZD FORRISST 'iW'i11t1ie" Household Arts Dept. lloly Family High School Senior Committee Dancing, Swimming "I"a,tl1iomll1li' imil Digt'l'l'll'l, LEONARD SILVIERA FRANCIS "LigI1mi.1g" Iileetricnl Dept. Clarence A. Cook Football '47, Track '47, '48, Jr. Prom Committee Fishing, lituting, Skating "Tim Inj' of Y!2llfl74fllI Sjm"f,i it in My Brmxlf' lfDW'lN CAl.I.lfS "Pinky" Welding Depl. Normandin jr. High School llaseball '46 Collecting old coins, dancing, sports "Af'lin11.x Sfmzfc I.r11n1a'r Tfldll W' nrifx ' ' ROBICRT H. GARDNER "Hub" Iflectrical Dept. Cf. A. Cook School Hunting, Pliotography, Aviation "lu Ou 1'.vi' ll' i'.s Our liulurr' Livxl' -IAMIQS D. CiATlfNBY ".lil11" Auto Dept. Parker Sl. School Model Airplanes Year ll smrm k Staff "Diligru1 mul Alllllififlllfi i'ZL't'1If.V-f1II"l'l? HLIZANOR GICR MAIN um., llouseholel Arts Dept. Normnndin Jr. High School Swimming, Skating, Dancing HIIIIII-I.0l'illtQ uml Hum0ronx" ANNA GILMFTTF Household Arts Dept. Thomas R. Rodman Traffic '45, Traflic Chief '46 Cooking, Swimming, Bowling, Dancing "Sflr'rn'r' ix Grififelln ANDREXW M. GIRARD "Pete" Flectrical Dept. St. Francis Xavier Senior Class Treasurer Sports, Hunting, Swimming, Skating "The Sevrel of Sllcwexx ix Cmzxlunvy of Plll'fl0Xt'H ANTONIC COMES ..-I-ony.. Auto Dept. Roosevelt jr. High School Football "P r'L:4' I .:1'4 ' Makes Pi'l'fr'i'l" W'AliTliR QI. GONIQT "waist-' Carpentry Dept. Cushman Sehool, South Dartmouth Senior Dance Committee Year Book Staff "HUM:it-Go-l.11t'ky" ARTHUR GRIMLIQY "liars" Steam lfngineering Dept. V.A.A. Dttnee Committee ,45-'46 Year Hook Staff, Football '44-'45- '46 '47, Basketball '45-'46-'47-'48 Captain, Baseball '4 5 -'46-'4 Skating, Hunting, Dancing "Iolly, Gooil-Nafllwil, :mtl Ilix l'il'f4'IlllXfli,7.N tm' Muni' Long" 7-'48 Slroug aml l I TWH: fy-fo ur DOROTHY GRYSS "Dolly" Household Arts Dept. Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Cheerleader '47, Student Council '44 Dancing, Swimming, Skating, Basketball "I A111 Pin-t of All I Haw MU!" GNWlfNDOliYlXf GUMBS UCQVVCIIH Household Arts Dept. C. A. Cook School -lr. Red Cross '44, Trafiie '45-'46, Chief ,47 Bowling, Dancing The Brigbli'il Ijglil It fliw One Ifrom llvifljjlln SHEILA HARRINGTON "Chiekie" Household Arts Dept. Holy Name School Traffic Oflieer, Committee for jr. Prom, Student Couneil Member Red Cross Representative Twirling, Knitting "Wfifl1 Hn' Bwmit' Blur lfyz'x" CLAUDE HENDERSON "Hendy" Steam Engineering Dept. C. A. Cook School Senior Dance Committee, As- sistant lfditor of The Year Book Swimming, Roller Skating, Talk- ing "Cin:-r ami' Willa' is Tlwii Young I,uil" ANN llfyllzllfwlcll "Hodgic" Household Arts Dept. Roosevelt jr. High School Cheering Squad, Head Cheerleader '47, Student Council Member, School Reporter '46-'47 Swimming, Dancing, Bowling, sail- ing "None Can Du More, Tlnlu Slit' Wfm Dom H1-1' Bari" THIQODORIQ lf. UIARITCKI Machine Shop Norn uaui din jr. High School Baseball, Swimming, Bowling "Tn Kumi' Ilim is In Like Him" Z Twenty-fi'z'c' ,IACQUFLINE JOAQUIN "jackie" Household Arts Dept. Roosevelt jr. High School Class President '48 Arts, Swimming, Skating, Sailing "Our Crm! Arlixf' THOMAS ,IOHANSON "Tom" Industrial Design Basketball '44, '45, '46, '47, '48, Football '46, '47, Yearbook Staff, Senior Dance Commit tee "Good Humor ix lbr Suuslviuz' of Ibm' Soul" ROBERT KENWORTHY HBCU, Auto Dept. New Bedford High School Sports "Born Willr The Gif! of Laugh- fer" ANTONE J. Kotz JR. "Whitey,' Auto Dept. Normandin jr. High School Shufflcboard, Hunting, Fishing, Hockey "S11rn'.v.v ix Ilia' Rl'lL'tIl'tI nf Meri! FLORENCE KOWALSKI "Ko-Ko" Household Arts Dept. Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Dancing, Swimming, Collecting Cards and Souvenirs "Born zvilb Ibn' Gif! of Lallgblern ALICE LAFERRIERE Household Arts Dept. St. Anne's School Vice-President of jr. Class '47, Iiditor of Year Book Swimming, Skating, Dancing "N0fl7i7ll2 ix Impoxxiblc I0 ll Wfil- fiug H1't1r'l,' 'SK E L 7- lil, T7 vm: ly-.sir FRANK A. LAPOLLA "Frankie" Carpentry Dept. Normztndin klr. High School Making Airplane Models "Dom Hix Bert, lx flltuuyx Chem ful" ANDRF ALPHIE LEBFAU "Lefty" Electrical Dept. St. Ann's School Truck '46, '47 "A G i-f1 fl i-11,.ifi .ifi i 1 .1 G. ifi. 1 gpm ROLAND LIZPIRF "Rollie" Auto Dept. Roosevelt jr. High School Dancing "No Legacy is so Rich as Honesty' l:RANClS M. l.lMA JR. "Frankie" Machine Shop Holy Name School Soccer, Swimming "A M 4'r'v'V 1 - Soul" JOSEPH IJNKIFWICZ JR. "jot link" Auto Dept. Normandin -Ir. High School SUCCCI' '47, lhSel7all '47-'48 "'I'n'inkliug Iiyrx am! Svllxr of Iluumr-" CA R LISTON AR NOLD LONWI1 "Carl" Electrical Dept. Clarence A. Cook Hunting "Wilb tl Sfrzili' for IZl'4'I'J'07If,, 'Q uwzfy-sr't'f'1z WILLIAM LUNDRIGAN "Big Bill" Auto Dept. St. Kilian School Swimming "Lifi' ix loo Sbnrl I0 Wuxicn FRANCIS F. LYNCH "Frank" Electrical Dept. Normnndin jr. High School Swimming, Bowling, Football, Model Airplanes, Reading "A Mun of Original Iifvuxu HOXVARD I.. MAl.l,OW'FS JR "Rebel" Auto Dept. Sippican junior High School Basketball, Boats "Pr'rmm1lify ix El'l'l'vYflIilIg in Lift" EDWIN JAMES MAKARA "V 1'1' uiv" Carpentry Dept. Roosevelt Jr. High School Stamp Collecting, Sports "Quiet and Rr'x1'rz'frl" ROGER NIASON Auto Dept. Normandin jr. High School "Uprigbl fzfzf I Slablif' FREDERICK MAZARCHYH "Freddie Boyl' Auto Dept. Normandin jr. High School Accordionist Swimming, Fishing "O Gin' Ux A M1111 Who Singx At Ilix Wforki' T7K'UIlf.X'-Clgllf MARTIN MQCOY "Martyn Wfelding Dept. Normandin jr. High School Baseball '41, '42, Captain '43 Buying new clothes "Br Ihr Task Large or Small Do Il well nr Not uf Alln. JAMES FRANCIS Mccov Welding Dept. Parker Street School Baseball '45, '46, '47, Football '47 Eating "VVilb 11 Song in :Wy Hear!" WILLIAM F. MCGREEVY "Bill-' Carpentry Dept. Cushman School, South Dartmouth Swimming, Dancing, Skating "A Sure Curr For Tha' Blues ROSFMARY MIEFHAN ulrish.. Household Arts Dept. Holy Family Grammar jr. Prom Committee, Vice-Presi- dent Senior Class, Literary Editor of Year Book "Wbt'lI Irixb Eyes are Smiling Slum' Tlwy Slwal Yum' Hmzrl A- n'ux"' ALFRED MliTlVll5R ..Gcn.. lilectricnl Dept. St. Kilian Scl mcmmm I Music yn "flflmi4' in my ll4'tn'l' I Hora 'l'HlfODORll ll. Mllllls Machine Shop "Miles" Normnndin jr. High School Dzmcing "A Frirml ix fu' fn lil' 1'r'V 3 'fllll'n JZ? 'Ak l l Tiwzzfy-zziizr STANLEY MILOS "Stan" Marie S. Howard School Hunting and Fishing "Quiet 1 1111 I C!IIIfl'llfY,. ANTHONY MODESTO ..M0c,, Electrical Dept. Thomas R. Rodman Making Airplane Models, Fishing Basketball. Baseball "lift Nin' lo be Nulurul W'ln'u Ynu'r1' Nufurully Nirr' DONALD NFGUS "W'hitey" Welding Dept. Job S. Gidley School Hunting "A Cowl Spar! ul ull Timex" DAVID FRANCIS OLIVER "Olly" Auto Dept. Clarence A. Cook School Piano "There is no Trnvr Trullw Ob- laimrlzlif by Mlm Tbim Cnuzrx of Mu.iir" EUGENE RANDOLPH OLIVER "Ollie" Carpentry Dept. C. A. Cook School Playing the Piano, Sports "Music ix Wi-II Said I0 bi' fbi' Speech nf Al1,Ql'lX,, HERBERT R. TURNER uB0bl'lyU Machine Shop C. A. Cook School Sports "Pri fit' iple is Ever My Molloy Thirty ALFRED R. Q7Ulflil.lfTTlf ..Al,, Machine Shop Normanelin llr. High School Art, Swimming, Dancing 'rKlIf1lL'Il'lIKQl' is Puzwr' JAMES PALLATRONI npaln Auto Dept. Parker St. School Year Book Committee Collecting Records, Dancing, Skating HIJIIIUV' CTUVIKIIIFVX All Tbmgs' HERBERT OLLIVIFRRE "Albert" Steam Engineering Dept. C. A. Cook School Dancing, Record Collecting, Sports "A Scholar and a Gw1ll1'rmm,' l.liONARl7 R. PALMER ..IAcn.. Machine Shop Tl mcmn nas R. Rodman School lnnfim, "RuIiul1li-" ISRONISLAW PA'l'I.A "Pat" Auto Dept. Rt mixs evelt Alr. High School Soccer '47 Swimming 'Vlrrlfvilioll ii ml Slvjl In 41 Higfrvi' Until" lil.lfANOR l.OUlSlf l'lfRliY "lilie" llouseholtl Arts Thomas R. Rodman School Year Hook Staff Dancing, Designing, Sewing "The Sffllll-Ql'Xf Mimli Arc' Oflvn Thou' of Wflwm ,ffm Noin' Wfnrlrf Hrurx I.illfm"' 3 li I Tlzirly-0110 CLAIRE I"OlRlFR Household Arts Normgmdin lr. High School Red Cross Representative, lr, Prom Committee Dancing, Scwing, Skating, liowlin "Elie Purfr Tourjourx, Mais lilly lftl Trrx Agl'1'ilI1fi"' l.. RUGGLICS PORTIQR AIR. nkugsn Auto Dept. -Iob S. Citlley Football '44, '45, '46, '47, Captain '46, '47 Sports "Au .flnllfiliozrv uml Polrnlto' Mun -lOSlfl'l-l PRYOR "Purley" Stei iiii Iingineering mm. C. A. Cook School Football '46 Collecting Stamps, Rceortls, Dancing, Swimming "Sil4'nu' li Guillen" Llll EDMUND QUADROS "Squeely" Electrical Dept. Roosevelt jr. High School Sporting Items junior Prom Committee '47, SOC- cer Team '47 "By Sjvorfx Are All His Carer Be- ,eniI'iI" GILBICRT RAUCH "Gilly" Carpentry Dept. Thomas Rodman School Hunting, Swimming, Skating "fl Nnixy full I,ikmi7l4' Feliowl' MANUEL B. REGO -IR. "Manny" mailing shop Normnndin jr. High School Swimming, Soccer "Full of Fun" Tizirfy-lteo MILLICENT REYNOLDS "MitZie" Household Arts New Bedford High School President of Home Room '44, Red Cross Representative '45 Swimming, Reading "Aim High will Iloill Yom Aim" LEON ARD ROCHA "Lenny" Machine Shop Normandin Jr. High School Football '44, '45, '46 Woodwork, Swimming, Fishing "W'bL're' Tl74'I'l',.Y u Wfiii, Tb!'r'4"s tl Wifi", ITERNANIUQ3 RODIiRIQUI4S "Roddy" Welding Dept. Normandin -Ir. High School Swimming, Fishing, Bowling, Col- lecting Records, Sports "Giflml" IQARI KENNETH ROGERS nkog.. lilcctrical Dept. R mwcr scvclt -Ir, High School Senior Class President "Fur Dun' lu gmlx dllll M1'l1 is 'iu'ri'il Snug" HERBERT ROGERS "iiiiby" Miiliiiii shop Riiiwcii ji. High School miiiiiig "Au Ajfizlzli' avril Culzrlrrms Gwzllc- Illlllln l7Rlil7lfRlCK H. ROSCSOW "Roscow" Machine Shop Normandin jr. High School Swimming, Himiiiig, Driving "l,i-fc' it lov Slwrl lo Wilxff' Tlzirfy-tlirc'e ARTHUR I.. ROSI2 "Artie" Auto Dept. Sippican jr. High School Baseball, Soccer, Swimming, Skating "Aim High um! Holi! Your Aiml' BETTY MAY Sl-LIFERT Household Arts Dept. New Bedford High School Class Treasurer '47, Hostess of Graduation '47 Dancing, Swimming, Skating "Kimi Hvarlx An' Mon' Than Cm'om'l.i" DORIS SHIQRMAN Household Arts Dept. Mt. Pleasant School Year Book '48 Hiking, skating, swimiiiiiig "Ni r'1' I0 CIM! Wilb, G llfli l lo Know Plvuxanf lu Huw W'b4'ri'ii'r You Go" STANLEY SKOZOLEK "Skozzy" Machine Shop Fairhaven High School Soccer, Fishing, Hunting "Clmru4'ler ix ilu' Cm'11r'r-Sloue Of SIl!'l'I'XX,, EDNWARD SOUZA "Eddy" Auto Dept. Manhatten of Aviation Trades Dancing, Hunting 'Trunk null Iii'urli'.r.t' GEORGE SULLIVAN "Sully" Welding Dept. Tho: mins Rodman School Basketball '47, '48 junior Dance Committee Golf "Laugh umf lln' Wforlzl wilb You" Laughs Tllirfy-four LANWRFNCF SYLVIA "Larry" Machine Shop Normamlin jr. High School Manager of Football '46-'47, Baseball '46-'47, Basketball '46-'47 Sports "Thu Soul ix Sffflllllf Thu! T.7llSfS in c,ifJlIl!IIl'X.IU XVILLIAM SYLVIA "Sylvester III" Welding Dept. Mt. Pleasant School Basketball '47, '48, Baseball '47, '48 Swimming, Bowling "A Gomf Hear! ix Brllrl' Ibm! all fbi' Wfmlllr in fbi' W'or1J". ARMAND AIOSIEPH 'l'Al.llO'l' .aloe-, Electrical Dept. St. Ann's School "E71flIIlNirlXIlI is flu' Genius of Sin- verily" lX5NAl.lJ lll.OUfil'lY Machine Shop lfixhing "OuglvI lo ln' More Like Him." Alllfl, MONHIQIRO Auto Dept. Normandin jr. lligh School Guitar Playing nillfH'l7i1'l!llI.Y tzmf Mc'rry!" AR'l'llUR ST. AUIBIN Auto Dept. Clarinet Playing "Will Szzrvlvy Sn f4i'4'i'i I" Tlzirfy-fiz'c l.ORRAlNli TICTRITAULT Household Arts Dept. St. Francis Xavier Red Cross President '47, Secretary of jr. Class, Traffic '44-'4S" Dancing, Bowling, Skating, Baton Twirling "I'erxolmlilvy is IfI'L'I'j'fllfIl.Q in I.ift"' WAllRlfN TRIPP "Trinity" Carpentry Dept. Parting Ways School junior Red Crocs, Year Book Staff Making Airplane Models, Hunting, Fishing, Dancing "Always Ilulipy: Never Gr011r'li,y" RUSSIZLI. TRIPP "Jim" Carpentry Dept. Wfestport jr, High Swimming, Skating, Bowling "Sl1'uJy umf Rflitlillfn 661 ra Shy DAVID L. BUCKLEY JR. GUY OLIVIERA Electrical Dept. "Guy" Westport High School Machine Shop "limi Plain Ni f'z'. ' U Roosevelt Jr. High School "Qui1'l arzrl UlIHSX1lmi71lQ,, Lest 47 giffgff Favorite Teacher ..,.,.. Favorite Subject .... Favorite Sport ...... Favorite Pals ....... T11 irty-sz'.1' I, Il' ,I 1 Y Na 614155 flisfzfry H ere it is June 1948 - the Year of our Graduation! It doesn't seem possible that four years could go by so quickly! It was September, 1944, that we entered Vocational High as Fresh- men. Shy and awkward were most of us. Mr. Mackintosh greeted us kindly at our first assembly. He confronted us with the idea that the amount of effort put into our work would determine the amount of good received by us. Our first day in school was one we shall never forget! New faces, new friends and, above all, a new school! Would we ever get used to everything, we wondered? Would we be successful in our courses? All these worries occupied our troubled minds the first few weeks of school - that is until the Freshman Dance which was sponsored by the Junior Class. It was a wonderful affair! Before we realized it, June was here and a well-earned summer vacation awaited us. September rolled around again and we entered our Sophomore Year with happy hearts. We wondered how we had ever felt strange and timid at Vocational High School. School went on much the same as in our Freshman Year, except that our studies were more difficult. Athletics and clubs were enjoyed by all and they brought us many new friends. Returning as juniors in 1946 from a pleasant vacation, we settled down to school work with determination. As our class advisors, we chose Miss Helen Hodziewich and Mr. Kenneth H. Pearson. T11 ir! y-aight Our class officers were- President, Anthony Esperanca, Vice-Presi- dent, Alice Laferriere, Secretary, Lorraine Tetreault, Treasurer, Russell Edge. We held our first dance of the year in honor of the incoming Fresh- men. They seemed to enjoy it. Soon followed the V. A. A. Dance which was a great success. Christmas was just around the corner and we juniors held a party in the girls' gymnasium with all the Christmas trimmings. May soon arrived after that and we were busy bees preparing for our Junior Prom. Oh! The Prom! We shall never forget it! Billy Williams and his sweet and smooth-playing Orchestra serenaded us. Sheila Harrington was crowned Queen of the Prom. Our junior Year ended with a wonderful outing at Pine Hill Pavilion. Seniors at Last! Our advisors were Mrs. Estelle Oldfield and Mr. Sterling Wilson. Our class officers were President, Earl Rogers, Vice- President, Rosemary Meehan, Secretary, Elinor Demers, later replaced by Dorothy Barcomb, Treasurer, Andrew Girard. Our class sponsored a Harvest Dance which was enjoyed by all attending. For the first time in our years at Vocational High, a giant Christmas Bazaar for the benefit of the V-Teens was held. It was a great financial success. We are looking forward to our Graduation and our Senior Prom -- the highlights of our four years at Vocational. Regretfully we must say "farewell" to our dear Vocational High, - our teachers, our classmates and other friends. Rosalie Roshur, '48 Anthony Esperanca, '48 Tlzirty-nine Jlflzzvlzim' Shay lirsl Row, lull to riglll: M. llcgu. ll, lingers, I. Sylvh, S. Slxololeki, lf. lima, T. Milm, T. llanccki U. l,lUllll1j'. ccuml Row, lofi in right: A. l'RpQx'.1m'.1. I". llmcow, il. liivlski. lwl1ird Row, lcfl lu riglu: l,. lim-Im. IX. Ouclcxlu, l.. l,.IlI1lCl', ll. Turml Pvwer Department ljlfil Row, lcfl KO riglu: lf. Foley, Cf. lmluy, XV. Rubimon, Sccuml Row, lcfx um riglmi: il. Prj.or, A. Grimlcy, C. Humlcrsun. ll. Ollivicxr f" glll 5 WY! We, the members of the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Eight of the New Bedford Vocational High School of the City of New Bedford, the County of Bristol, and the Commonwealth of Massa- chusetts' being of sound mind and memory, do hereby solemnly make our last will and testament. We collectively and individually bequeath the following: To Mr. Mackintosh, we leave our sincere thanks for his wise counsel and unfailing help during our four years at Vocational. To the faculty, we leave our deep appreciation of their efforts to give us a clear outlook on life. To the Juniors we leave the prospect of enjoying their senior year as much as we did. To the Sophomores, we leave the privilege of becoming upper-class- men. To the Freshmen, we leave the privilege of obeying the laws of the school conscientiously. Tony Esperanca leaves the long ride from Dartmouth to Henry Gemme. Fred Roscow leaves Mr. Pittendreigh without a source of income. Anna Gilmette leaves her milk stand to a lucky senior girl. Larry Sylvia leaves his water-bucket to George Valley. Len Rocha leaves his parking space to Don Hinkly. Alice Laferriere leaves "Pop" Dufresne to his many admirers. Edwin Makara leaves while the going is good. Gwendolyn Gumbs leaves her job as Traffic-Chief to Carol Cunning- ham. Joseph DeCosta leaves a vacant chair in the Girls' Cafeteria. Betty Seifert leaves making sure Art goes with her. James Hollis leaves to become an admiral. Florence Kowalski leaves Miss Forrest minus a giggler. "Marty" McCoy leaves the Seniors' shins black and blue. F or! y-two Dorothy Barcomb leaves the teachers without a steady helper. "Bill" Bancroft leaves nothing - he's taking it all with him. Ann Hodziewich leaves her position as head-cheerleader to Theresa Murray. Robert Cryer leaves the fenders to straighten themselves out. Rosemary Meehan leaves still looking for an Irishman. Norman Desmarais leaves Mr. Barrett adjusting valve tappets. Roland LePire leaves after using everyone's soap and towel for four years. Millicent Reynolds leaves without a care in the world. Leonard Francis leaves Mr. Holt without a short putt. Sheila Harrington leaves Mrs. Oldfield still unable to find her. Antone Kolz leaves Mr. Horton without a shop foreman. Eleanor Perry leaves George reluctantly. Edward Souza leaves some bolt without a nut Donald Dlouhy leaves the cabinet boys in peace. Edmund Quadros leaves the soap-box to Witlow. Andrew Girard leaves with his four-inch pencil. Len Benevides leaves his locker mirror to Bill Isherwood so he can comb his curls before going home to his wife. Dorothy Gryss leaves Gene Barriteau without a "sweet and lovely". Donald Audette leaves the Orchid Diner without a steady customer. John Catterall leaves turning the oflice over to its proper ownership. Doris Sherman leaves with a diamond on her left hand. The Senior Class leave wishing they were freshmen again. In witness thereof, we set our hand, seal and signature on this twentieth day of June in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Eight. Signed, sealed, and declared by the class of 1948 of the New Bed- ford Vocational High School to be their last will and testament. Doris Sherman james Pallatroni Arthur Grimley Forty-flzrec' J-feuselzeld Arts Department 'ront row: lileanor Perry, Claire Poirier, Lorraine Tetrcault, Cassandra Ile Rosa, Doris Sherman I-'lurenee Kowalski, Rosemary Meehan, Anna Gilmette. Sheila Harrington. ccund row: Millieenr Reynolds, Ucvrerliy Barccmb, Gwendolyn Guinbs, Alice I,aferriex'e, Betty Seifert Mary Forrest, l'ilC11I1OI' Germain, Anne Hodviewick, Rosalie Roshur. Welding Department First Row, left to right: G. Sullivan, li. Sylvia, Mr. Leonard, R. lfcljge, lf. Callus. Second Row. left to right: -I. McCoy, lf. Rocleriques, S. Miles, XV. Bancroft, D. Negus, ffx f f N X , . 611155 frophfcy OOD Morning, Ladies and Gentlemen. This is your radio reporter, Tom Johansen, down at the New Bedford railroad station, awaiting the arrival of the alumni from the New Bedford Vocational High School, class of '48. They are about to board the train enroute to California where they will see the Nose Bowl Game. Among these graduates are some very prominent citizens, who just ten years ago graduated from the illustrious Vocational High, when New Bedford was but a small, one-horse town, today it's much larger and is not a two-horse town. I see coming onto the platform some of New Bedford's leading citizens and promi- nent business men. Heading the procession are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grimley. Mrs. Grimley is the former Betty Seifert. Mr. Grimley is founder and president of the Grimley Hats, Inc. whose goofy creations would make Hedda Hopper blush. Directly behind the Grimleys are Dr. and Mrs. Steve Bastoni. Mrs. Bastoni was formerly Sheila Harrington and she is now known as "Swisha Bastoni", star of the Romper Girls Basketball Team. Coming thru' the door is Jimmie Pallatroni, compounder of that rare cure-all "Pal-a-Tronies" for the stomach. With the wealthy Mr. Pallatroni are Ruggles Porter and Robert Cryer, assistant football coaches at Vassar College for women. They seem contented at their work. Over at the far end of the station I see three men who have distinguished them- selves in politics for kissing babies. They are Fernando Roderiques, George Sullivan and William Sylvia. Mr. Claude Henderson is the designer of the new steam-airplane, which is sweep- the country. As far as I know, thatls all it's good for. It can't fly. With Henderson are Captain Herbert Olivierre, of the "None-Better" Coal Barge and Joe Pryor, the eminent pigeon trainer. The train isn't due to leave for another hour yet, so leave us look over the mob. Over in the corner, leaning on his cue, is the billiard-shark-John Bielski. Bielski has just completed his book on "How to make a three-cushioned billiard shot without chalking your cue". This book can be bought at any second-hand bookstore -- 3 for ten cents. Also thrown in for free are a cue and a rack of billiard balls. And now a word from our sponsor, "The Lawrence Sylvia Water Bucket Co." The Sylvia water buckets are made of the finest material and can withstand any and all punishment issued upon them but take one precaution. Do not put water in them - they leak! Now let us look around and see who else we know. I see standing over at the pop-corn machine in his ten-gallon hat, movie star Warren "Two-Gun" Tripp of "Western Melodramas". Holding up the wall near the gum machine is the famous maker of false teeth for reindeers - Donald Dloughy and tieing Dloughy's shoe-laces is his valet, Frederick Roscow. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred "Freddie" Beauregard and his wife, the former Mary Forrest, are casually munching a cake of ice. Ward Allen is giving them the cold shoulder be- Foriy-six cause Mary turned him down for "Freddie". But wait! A little red-head has appeared and Allen looks interested. Standing in the corner practicing her singing is Alice LaFerriere - famous star of Tin-Pan Alley - South End, New Bedford! Standing next to Alice is Lenny Rocha, the big-game hunter. You can read about his exploits in a book he has just finished entitled "Hunting Tibbars in the Wilds of Acushnet". Tibbars are rabbitts spelled backwards! Talking with Lenny is a group of distinguished men namely Abel Moinheiro, William Lundrigan and Roland LaPire. These gentlemen own the famous club "El Bandito". Over at the candy counter are Lorraine Tetreault and Claire Poirier eating a licorice stick, one at each end trying to outdo the other. Refereeing this battle of the licorice stick is Donald Negus. Hanging from the roof by his toes inspecting the eaves is Edwin Makara. Look- ing up at Makara are Frank LaPolla and Walter Gonet laughing their heads off. They don't know that Russell Tripp is about to give them a hot foot. The sports world is also well represented by the mighty Lenny Benevides, slugging infielder of "The Mudville Nine". Soccer is an up and coming sport in New Bedford. It is well represented by such stars as Manuel Rego, Stanley Skozolek, Bronislaw Patla, Arthur Rose, John Williamson and Edmund "Squawkie" Quadros. All these men play for the "Kick-em-in-face" Athletic Club. Harmonizing in the center of the station is the famous quartet, Earl Rogers, joseph DeCosta, Edward Cormier and Frank Lynch. These men are better known as "Awfully Flat Four". Now I see William McGreevy, lugging a bag of potatoes onto the station plat- form. Mr. McGreevy is planning to open a french fried potatoes concession at the Nose Bowl. Entering the depot are Herve and Henry Arsenault, Gene Oliver, and Gilbert Rauch, - founders of the Fancy Wrecking Co. Directly behind these three are Don- ald Audette and Dorothy Gryss, famous dance team and with them is their manager, Joe forty-per-cent" Bowler. Following close behind are Andre Le Beau, the well-known whistler, and David Oliver's equally well-known band, Well, here comes the train at last! All the celebrities are boarding the train with much excitement. And will you look who's engineer! Antone Kalz with his fireman Herbert Turner. It's time to leave you now, for the train is pulling out. I'll be with you again at St. Louis, Missouri. There the rest of the alumni will board the train for the trip westward. St. Louis - 1 day, 6 hours, 42 minutes 4 seconds later. We stop to take on the rest of the Class of '48. They are the ones who moved westward to seek their fame and fortune. As the train pulls in, I see standing on the platform that Olympic snow-ball throw- ing champion, Joe Linkiewicz. He is standing with two hot rod makers, Howard Mal- lowes and Edward Souza and are joined by the "Mad Ukrainian", Fred Nazarchyk of radio fame. Class Prophecy continued on page 50 Forty-seven TITLES One Who Did Most For Vocational High Most Popular Wittiest Nicest Personality Most Talented Most Musical Most lndustrious Most Versatile Best Looking Best Natured Quietest Most Original Greatest Flirt Class Politician Best Artist Best Singer Best Actor, Actress Most Athletic Class Romeo and Juliet Most Romantic Best Dancer Most Polite Best Dressed Most Likely to Succeed Superlafives GIRLS Dorothy Barcomb Ann Hodziewich Eleanor Germain Lorraine Tetreault Millicent Reynolds Betty Seifert Eleanor Perry Claire Poirier Rosemary Meehan Rosalie Roshur Anna Gilmette Cassandra DaRosa Alice Laferriere Gwendalyn Gumbs Jacqueline Joaquin Alice Laferriere Ann Hodziewich Sheila Harrington Virginia Clay Doris Sherman Dorothy Gryss Florence Kowalski Mary Forrest Eleanor Perry Forty-eight BOYS Anthony Esperanca Arthur Grimley Claude Henderson Earl Davis John Catterall Eugene Oliver Edwin Cormier Joseph Bowler, Jr. Thomas Johansen Andrew Girard Harry Cornell, Jr. Herbert Turner Joseph DeCosta Earl Rogers James Crowell Earl Rogers Steven Afthemeades Jr Arthur Grimley Leonard Palmer Frank Lynch Donald Audette Andre Lebeau Alfred Beauregard Ward Allen -if "'f??1N 'lm 5 149 H 6, 1 .W ug, H A 'lm f-vig Wfifg v , Q , M v Class Prophecy continued from page 47 Three of St. Louis' richest men are used-car dealers. They are Stanley "Honest" Boehler, Normand "Reliable" Desmarais, and james "Old Faithful" Gatenby. "Tony" Esperanca, Millionaire owner of a large goat-milk firm, is talking with Frank Lima, western representative for Ted Garecki's Baking Co. Ted Milos, Guy Oliviera, Alfred Oulette and Herbert Rogers are all talking about how good they are on their jobs. They are garbage collectors. Practicing their game in the lot next to the railroad station is a group of pro- fessional marble-shooters: namely, Anthony Modesto, Armand Talbot, Alfred "Gener- al" Metivier, and Robert Gardner. Harry Cornell and Raymond Camara are hired by the boys to massage their hands and keep them in condition. We leave the train for some refreshments in the station and we go to a hot-dog stand where Seraphine Duarte is co-partner with David Buckley. Washing dishes be- hind the counter is Earl Davis, highest paid dishwasher in the city. "Captain" Steve Afthemeades and his first-mate, Jimmy Crowell of the boat "Conchita Banana" are having their fortunes told by John Catterall, the world-renowned Indian fakir, in his booth at the station. Len Francis, Carleton Lowe and Anthony Mello, talent scouts for "The Ice- Capades" are strolling about looking for possible prospects. Stanley Milos, famous salesman, is searching for a customer to buy the Brooklyn Bridge, which he bought from Bill Bancroft. Anna Gilmette, Doris Sherman, Florence Kowalski, Rosalie Roshur are all married ladies and have brought their husbands a- long. Dorothy Barcomb has married a doctor. She and her husband are giving iirst-aid to Gwendolyn Gumbs and Millicent Reynolds, I see. The girls have been so excited on the trip they haven't been able to eat and are about to faint from hunger. Millicent is called "The Voice". She reads children's stories in the chain of nursery schools owned by Gwendolyn and Eleanor Perry. The McCoy brothers, James and Martin, are the owners of St. Louis' hotel, "The McCoy Hacienda". Russell Edge and Edwin Calles, Missisippi steam-boat operators have just bought from Walt Ferreira a used-car, costing a considerable sum of moola. They want to show that they are making money hand over fist. Next I see Ann I-Iodziewich, world-famous psychiatrist, and Rosemary Meehan, who has just returned from an opera tour in Europe. Rosemary's secretary is Cassandra DeRosa and her Manager is Eleanor Germain. I also see Virginia Clay and Leonard Palmer who have been engaged for the last ten years. They have been doing Shakespearian acting and are famous for their portrayal of "Romeo and Juliet? The conductor is signaling "all-board" and we must leave now for California where we shall witness the great western classic, the Tournament of Noses. It has been fun bringing this broadcast to you and introducing to you the celebrities who have joined us along the way. No, Claire Poirier, you can't say, "Hello, 'Ma' Mahoney at Vocational High!" This is your M.Y.O.B. station signing off! Eleanor Perry Thomas Johansen james Gatenby Fifty Sports Zrvfball 1947 Front Row, left to right: Walter Miss, Dick Rebola, Robert Maynard, jimmy McCoy. First Row, left to right: Gerry Lewis, Eugene Barriteau, George Sylvia, joe Rose, Steve McCann, Ruggles Porter, Tony Esperanca, Adrien Dufresne, Donald Henckley, Roger Leblanc, Leonard Francis. Second Row, left to right: Coach W'alter janiak, Arthur Grimley, Dayon Allain, Leonard Francis, B. LeCroy, joe Bowler, Donald Autlette, Leo Charbineau, Larry Sylvia, Coaches Mr. Mackintosh, Mr. W'ilson. Last Row, left to right: joe Baptiste, C. Lu Roche, B. Hodgins, Paul Demcrs, Frnie Lizotte, joe Tavares, Antone Ramos, George Valley. Vocational Opponent Haverhill High 6 34 St. Mary of Waltham 12 6 Taunton High 6 26 Fairhaven High 19 7 Lawrence High of Falmouth 6 14 New Bedford High 0 19 Durfee High O 26 Rogers High 12 19 Barnstable High 12 6 Fifty-Ituo Kaseball 1947 L if lfront Row, left to right: Steve Bastoni, -lim McCoy, Simon Palmeri,'Donald Butler Iimmy OBrien Antone Ramos. Second Row, left to right: Paul Gonneville, john jesus, Williaiim Sylvia, Gerry lewis Ltonartl Btl'ILNldLS john Thornhill. Third Row, left to right: Carl Univen, joe Linkiewicz, Ernie Scnny, Peter Wadja Fourth Row, left to right: Arthur Grimley, Tom Heys, Russel Edge, Maurice Duiall B B1neroft cO2Lll Mr, Quinlan, Marty McCoy, Mr. Mackintosh, Head Coach. Tabor Academy Attleboro High Taunton High Fairhaven High Coyle High Durfee High Wareham High Attleboro High Durfee High New Bedford High Fairhaven High Coyle High New Bedford High Taunton High Vocational Opponent 1 2 2 5 5 0 16 3 2 3 2 8 11 11 Iiiftgv-Ilzrffr' Hays' Basketball Front Row, left to right: Leonard Moniz, Arthur Grimley, Gerry Lewis, XVi:llinm Sylvia, Ant Second Row, left to right: C ch Walter janiak, George Sylvia, George Valley, Steve McCan C t Smith, Charles Crowell, Buzzer Hoelgins, Mr. William Mackintosh, Head Coach. Third Row, left to right: Larry Sylvia, Andy Theg, Bob Lecroy, jim Reed, Tom Heys, ja M Vocational Opponent Alumni 48 New Bedford High 31 .Attleboro High 46 Fairhaven High 38 Taunton High 54 Holy Family High 64 Durfee High 40 Coyle High 39 New Bedford High 25 Attleboro High 45 Holy Family High 63 Taunton High 60 Fairhaven High 55 Tabor Academy 52 Durfee High 28 Coyle High 35 Filffy-fozfr Girls' Huskffball ll 3 ,K . i . 1 . First Row, left to right: janet Corrie, Mary Adcsso, Carolyn Cree, Znd T. Co. Capt. Lucia Bertrand, lst T. Capt. Sheila Harrington, 2nd T. Co. Capt. Mary Fostin, Aldea Secour, Rhea Giguere, Claire Gclinas. Second Row, left to right: Faculty Coach Leonor Luiz, Eleanor Costa, Mary Pina, Loretta Sczepan, Mari- lyn Hammond, Barbara Smith, Pauline Hubert, Irene Berry, Dorothy Gryss, joan Gobiel, Nancy Francis Third Row, left to right: Bernice Powers, Frances Fostin, Barbara Cabral, Claire Langlois, Doris Rounds, Priscilla Allen, Mae Hughes, Cecile Talbot. After an absence of many years, girls athletics once more returned to the Vocational High School scene. Basketball met with an enthu- siastic response, with more than forty girls tuming out to our first prac- tice. From these the best twenty were chosen and a team formed, Sheila Harrington and Bernice Powers captaining the Varsity Squad, and Lucia Bertrand and Mary F ostin the jay-Vees. Softball also hit the headlines, with the girls at N. B. V. H. meeting St. Lukes, Fairhaven, Crimson All-Stars, and Dartmouth High. Fifty-five Crack E 1 4 ii e i WI o .. ., . o we Front Row, left to right: Gerard Cote, Joe Bowler, jim Crowell, Benjamin Depeiro. Second Row, left to right: joe Benenick, Leonard Gray, L. Francis, jimmy Fortes, jackie Boekman. Third Row, left to right: Laurence Modesto, jimmy Cook, Leo Charbineau, Raymond Pepin, Mr. Holt Coach. I71'ffy-.vi.1' Soccer 1947 V 1 1 Front Row, left to right: T. Coiper, Leo Veiga, Jay Hiller, D. Churro, Manny Maccdo. Second Row, left ro right: Richard Andrews, Stanley Skozolek, Ernie Quadros, Arthur Rose, Bruno Patla, George Rogers, Norman Rezendev, Leon Trembley, Mr. T. Mulvey, Manny Rego. Third Row, left to right: A. W'alecka, -lim Crowell, Charles Xavier, joe Linkiewicz, Harry Willininson. Vocational Opponent Belmont High 1 1 Brown University CFreshmenJ 2 2 Harvard University CFreshmenD 1 2 Springfield College 0 3 Tabor Academy 3 O Medford High 0 3 Ludlow High 0 2 Portsmouth Priory 3 0 St. George Prep 0 1 Fllffj'-Xl"Z'L'I1 Grind Gnverumenf Day The General Court has enacted chapter 561 which provides that the Governor designate the second Friday in January as "Good Govern- ment Day". The Chapter also provides for a Student Senate and a Student House of Representatives. The selection of the student officers for these two bodies was made by a drawing similar to that used by Selective Service during World Wars I and II. Governor Robert F. Bradford, the other constitutional officers, and the twenty heads of -State Departments gathered at the Governor's office on Friday, January 9, 1948. There, from the fish bowl containing the names of the two hundred and eighty winners, the names of the officers of Good Government Day were drawn. On Friday, February 20, 1948 the student officers took over the government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the day. L. Ruggles Porter of New Bedford Vocational High School was elected as State Representative. He is a member of the Senior Class. Fifty-cfiglzt ,flute Department 'ilefiiif .ag K 5 e Y i l'l!'Nl Row, Ich lu rngln: ll. LHIYCF. I. Ro sc, xl. Souza, li. Pnrln, R. Kcmvorthy, R. Clrycr, A. Sr. Aubin Scunmi Row, lcfl um riglmlz Nlr. Conroy. A. Nl.llll1CifU, S, Iiuuhlcr, I. Buncvidcx, R, lxpirc, -I. Hull, ll Xlnlluwcs. lu N.u.1rcl1yk, Xlr. XY. Horton. Hurd Row, IL-tx um rnglu: F.. llcsnmnrns. xl. ft1lICl1by, -I. wViIli.lI11Slll1. -I. Iinkicwicl, XY. l.undrig.1n, I.. R I'ortcr, l'.1H.lll'uni, fleetrieezl Department .ilaieifif f , 'E -.2 2 5 Q if Irum Huw, Icfl to right: l'. QJLIJJVOS, A. 'l4.1llmt, ff. l.j'l1CI1, A. Mutivicr. IX. Mudcsm. c.l'Ol1lWL'H, S. .'Xfll1c1nc.1dcs, A. Gimrd, Il. Clorncll. cuvml Row, left to right: A. I.cbc.1u, R. Gnrdncr, ll. Ihluklcy. UQCOSLI. U. Audcuc, LI. liuwlcr, A. NIL-Hu, lf, Ciurmicr. Q.. Inwc. Huiui Row, lufl lu riglll: R. c'.ll1l.ll'.l. I. lhvis, S. l,Ll.lI'IC, XV, Allcn, cx.llICl'.lH, l.. Vrgllwls, IX. l5u.lnl'u g.11'd, l. Rugrrs. Chest Cities Kemind lls Of - White Collar Workers .......... Big-Time Operator ................... For Sentimental Reasons ........ So-o-o in Love ........................ Brown Eyes ......... All-American .......... The Coffee Trio ........ Teller of Tall Tales ........ A Little Bit of Heaven .............. l'm Easy to Get Along With .... The Man That Comes Around The Very Thought of You ....... Twinkle Toes ............................... The Blond Sailor .............. How Lucky You Are ......... "Irish" ................................. Flying Home .......... Roving Reporter ......... The Pipe ........................................ just Ask Her and lt's Done .... How Soon? .................................. Shy But Nice ................................... Smoke Gets in Your Eyes ....... I Wanta Be Loved ................... Farewell Blues ........... Man of the Year ..... ......... ...-........ ..-nn...- Sixty The Electrical Dept. Art Grimley Alice Laferriere Earl Rogers Mary Forrest Rug Porter E. Germaine, B. Sei- fert, D. Gryss Claude Henderson Our Junior Prom Gwendolyn Gumbs J oe DeCosta Tests Anna Gilmette Freddie Roscow The Freshmen Rosemary Meehan Joe Linkiewicz Cassandra DeRosa Pinky Calles Dorothy Barcomb Our First Pay Check James Catterall The Senior Girls Russell Edge Class of '48 Mr. Mackintosh ,i:5'1 'x' mf .F M-M ' sm Q ! gl' 270 Our Advisors MRS. ESTELLE OLDFIELD, MR. STERLING WILSON, Senior Year MISS HELEN HODZIEWICH, MR. KENNETH PEARSON, junior Year MISS MARGARET SLOANE, MR. FRANCIS FOLEY, Year Book We wish to express our appreciation for their willing- ness to aid us during our junior and Senior Years. Their efforts on our behalf helped greatly in making our school career happy and successful. Selma! Song Mids't the spires of old New Bedford Waves the white and Green Stands our glorious school Vocational Noblest ever seen. Chorus: Let our voices, raised in chorus Loud, her glory sing And the praises of Vocational Through our fair land ring. Loyal graduates from her portals Bring to Industry All their skill and all knowledge To them - Honor Be! Zhecrs VOCATIONAL LOCOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL! VOCATIONAL! VOCATIONAL! Vocational! Vocational! Vocational! CHEER FOR THE TEAM BOOMALAKA T-E-A-M - Yea, Team! Boomalaka! Boomalaka! T-E-A-M - Yea, Team! Zis, Boom, Ba! T-E-A-M - Yea, Team! Vocational, Vocational! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! RAH! RAH! RAH! Zfetzclters ' Autngraphs Students ' Autographs Note well the business firms listed in our Year Book. Without their advertisements, we could not have produced this book. They have given us their patronage: Let us, hereafter, give them ours. pQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ HEY IILIIS PRINTING IEW Bl!IlIIlI'lI, MHSS. 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PLEASING PORTRAITS PROMPT SERVICE RIGHT PRICES PURDY Official Photographer of Class of 1948 Means Satisfaction Guaranteed 160 TREMONT STREET Boston, Mass. Snfx-ciglzf fttttttitttziittttttttttitatttttt113:33:39tttxtttttttttttzcxtizxq 0 6 6 ' 9 9 o Q Hello . . . Coke . 5 O 0 0 o 2 f 2 O 1' O o I5 o J z 0 2 3 0 O t O o 4 o 0 0 G 0 c 0 0 0 t O C O Q O ' O g o . S C O t I 0 O e e 0 S . t BOTYKED Ullbil AUYNOIIVV OF IME COCA-COIA COMPANY IV R 0 0 r 0 0 v 3 2 S 2 0 0 0 0 ll U 2 2 0 0 o 0 1+ 0 0 ll 0 u 1I 0 4I 1+ u 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 nu an u 0 ll 4 1+ Q mr 0 0 it - 3 3 N E W B E D FO R D 1: 1: .-...i... 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Sew11ty -,,..---- -----ov-vv,-o---------vv-oo-----ov-f COMPLIMENTS OF HATHAWAY OIL CO., Inc. f'i.JLYW WOLLISON Dress Suit Parlor Formal Wears for Hire - Tuxedos - Cutaways - Full Dress Ladies Formal Wraps and Full Length Evening Wraps Any Garment May Be Purchased 888 Purchase Street Tel. 2-3422 Evening and Sunday Appointments COMPLIMENTS or MENDELL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING INC. 38th Year THE KINYON SCHOOL Business Training for High School Graduates Accounting - Secretarial - Secretarial Finishing Stenographic -- Bookkeeping Courses New Terms: Fall Day School - September 13 Summer Day School - June 28 Fall Evening School - September 27 Call or write for a catalogue. No obligation Placement Service 688 Pleasant Street New Bedford, Mass. -------A---A ---A -----o-A--o-AoA---o---- AA----A-----A-----Q-- Sezfvnfy-one U, - -A----:-Q---oQ:-::-QQQ---QQQ--QQ:-Q--Q---::::-----Q-------- ---ev I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Compliments of The C. F. WING COMPANY 790 PURCHASE STREET New Bedford, Massachusetts The Friendly Store Your Store for Over 73 Years Complinzents of Eat HOOIYS Ice Cream Compliments of IFOI' EVERETT H- CURSON Health and Enjoyment CADILLAC and oLDsMoB1LE f"Q.2xZ'W 6 Elm Street Compliments of L. S. Eldridge Sz Son, Inc. PIER NO. 4 Compliments of Julien R. Weigel 8z Son Carburetors Dial 3-5738 Sales Service New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of N. B. Steel and Supply Co. 18 Commercial Street New Bedford, Mass. 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Coggeshall Manager Phone 6-8981 Sewetity-tl1ree :::::::::::::::::::::oQ:::::Q,v--n--Q r lb 1+ nl tl lu lr lr 0 0 0 tl ml ll ll ll lr 0 4+ 0 ll ll II lb 0 4+ tl 0 ll nl ll 0 0 0 0 ll ll ll II 0 H ll ll li It 0 0 H ll li li ll ll li li lb lb ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 ll ll ll ll ll II li li lb 0 U ll ll ll Compliments of PETER S. THOMAS 1538 ACUSHNET AVE. New Bedford, Mass. Finest Silks and Woolens Yards Goods of all Descrpitions Compliments of T. J. MORIARTY 308 PURCHASE STREET Compliments of STATE ROAD GARAGE 276 STATE ROAD No. Dartmouth L. R. Porter, Prop. Compliments of Atlantic Mfg. Co., Inc. East Rodney French Blvd. Rayon Weavers Phone 3-1036 BOUCHER'S Store for Men 81 Boys Sporting Goods Dept. 1209 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Ovila Boucher, Prop. Compliments of W. Russell Porter Inc. LINCOLN MERCURY Sales and Service 381 MILL STREET Tel. 3-1726 New Bedford, Mass Compliments of Compliments of FREDDIE JONES WHEEL ALIGNING SERVICE CO. 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II 1059 out Water t New Bedford, Mass. 3 II Il 1: Compliments of Compliments of O Furnans Auto Co., Inc. g 3: 480 Union Street Hawes Electric Co. :E 1 11 New Bedf0fd, MHSS- 592 Pleasant Street EE Distributors For The De Soto and New Bedford, Mass. s 1: Plymouth Cars 3 0 0 U IP EE Compliments of E if Compliments of Ellen Shoppe l gg Bakery ff A Friend 29 Centre Street I: Fairhaven tl 222233:311313131333333iiiiiiillliliiiiii337-5333ll:311::::23::3l313 Seven ty-six I I D p vv... - ...v..... - ..v-..--v-.v--v---v--..--- f -----. - ----v--v-- -- 0 QQ Compliments of GET IT . QE Lev1ne's Inc. EE AT Men's and Women's Clothes EE Highamrs 932-934 South Water Street 1: Tel. 5-7071 il 5, All Branches of Beauty Culture Compliments of Qi Nellie's Beauty Salon Joseph A- Roberts 'I BARBER SHOP 1: 855 Purchase Street l :I New Bedford Mass. 50 Mam Street 1: ' Fairhaven, Mass. o 1 if Compliments of La France ll , Registered Jeweler 0 . . ,, Ponte s Gulf Service Station American Gem Society It cor. Tarklin Hill Rd. sf Ashley Blvd. 763 Purchase Sr. New Bedford, Mass. mu ll Tires Batteries Tuneup Eugene P' La France' Prop' L: Telephone 3-1137 in lx mu , IZ Complmem of John W. Durant, Inc. mr 11 Chaffeffe Bros' 8 Homers Wharf New Bedford, Mass. if Maurice Charrette Awnings, Sails and all kinds of ll Meats Groceries Provisions Canvas Goods if Tel. 2-3023' 441 Tarklin Hill Ra. Tel- 2-5673 ll U fi Compliments of Casoline-Oil-Accessories-Batteries E, Wes-Stan, Inc. Lund's Corner Auto Supply 1: Homers Wharf Charles Wilmot, Mgr. 12 214-7 Acushnet Avenue :I New Bedford, Mass. 4, Telephone 2-8156 I nu 'I Compliments of :I The New Bedford II China Clipper Compliments Of ll The Most Modern Chinese American " Restaurant in New Bedford u 3 894 Purchase Street The Watson Pharmacy 1: Opp. Olympia Theatre Tel. 3-2349 U l I 504: Sat. Nite Open Until One ::::c::::::::v4:::::p4:::::::::: Se1'c'nty-seven Compliments of Compliments of Murach Electric Co. The Empire The Family Clothing Store Purchase Street 77 William Street Tel. 3-1221 lNew Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Sunset Cleaners - Dyers 144 Arnold Street 232 Dartmouth Street Compliments of Louise Hat Shops 211 Union Street 98 William Street Tel. 2-0787 New Bedford, Mass. 566 Pleasant St. Tel. 3-4-827 Compliments of Willey's Inc. Gollis Misses and Womenas Apparel Menis and Boy's Apparel New Bedford, Mass. 562 Pleasant St. Masonic Bldg. Compliments of The Household Over Sixty Years of Service Cor. of Purchase and Spring Streets State Theatre Bldg. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Dr. T. E. Sheerin Registered Optometrist 100 William Street Compliments of Cottage Street Super Service 589 Cottage Street Tel. 6-89241 Compliments of New Bedford Buick Co. Tires Batteries Compliments of New Bedford Laundry Compliments of The Silmo Packing Co. 1339 Cove Road New Bedford, Mass. Seventy-e1'gl1t Compliments of Reis Variety Store 392 Kempton Street Compliments of Pina's Auto Service New Bedford, Mass. 1096 Cove Rd. Tel. 2-2579 Compliments of Compliments of , Corp Bros. Perry The Florlst Welders' Supplies - Linde Oxygen 72 Spring Street Dial 7-9714 New Bedford, Mass. Prest-0-Lite Acetylene "0xweld Supplies Electrical Equip. 74 North Second Tel. 3-3236 Compliments of Johnson's Variety Store 583 County Street Tel. 2-854.6 Eat -- Treat - Meet at our Fountain Compliments of Babbitt Steam Specialty Co. The House of Service Industrial Supplies and Heating Compliments of M. C. Swift and Son 201 Union Street Compliments of State - Empire New Bedford Theatres Compliments of Barry's Shell Service Station County and Middle Sts. Lubrication - Washing - Polishing Compliments of Plumbers' Supply Co. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of Bill's Groceries Sears and Roebuck and Co. New Bedford, Mass. 386 Kempton Street New Bedford, Mass. Sr'z'e1zfy-tzim' pooo9oQQQ.Q-..--..Q.-QQoooooooo: cogooo: : : : : : :-ooo: : :-: zo: : : : : : : nu nu Il :: Compliments of mu Compliments of Fur House of Sidney if JOHN C. HART GARAGE 0 II 30 Brigham Street 0 0 ll 0 tl u 1: New Bedford, Mass. nu ll n 0 0 0 11 Compliments of EE JOHNSON and MOREAU ll Il Auto Parts and Machine Shop II Service 0 II 33 William Street ll II New Bedford, Mass. ll 1: Tel. 7-9497 7-9498 Ii U II 1: Compliments of II ll il if BUILDING CONSTRUCTION tl :I New Bedford, Mass. an H and if Providence, R. l. II ll ll 0 0 II 1: Compliments of Il ll QE CARTER AND BE1-:DEN ll 0 II 1: SURPLUS SALES ll ll ll ll Tel. 3-7317 Carburetor Service Sullivan and Foster, Inc. Fur Specialist Since 1914- New Furs of Every Description Fur Repairing, Restyling, Storage 252 Union St. Opp. N. B. Theatre Dial 2-7392 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of ALFRED BEAULIEU Plumbing 81 Heating and Sales 81 Service Phone 2-4897 167 Sylvia St. Compliments of F. S. BRIGHTMAN CO. 498 PLEASANT STREET Stationery and OHice Supplies Greeting Cards Compliments of Massachusetts Institute of Hair and Beauty Culture 96 William Street Tel. 7-9872 New Bedford, Mass. Mv:::::::::::o:::::::::::-:::::::::: ...........vvvv........,..., Eigllfy-two pq: ll ll ll ll ll 0 li 0 0 0 0 0 ll ll in ll lb 0 0 ll tl ll ll 0 In 0 0 0 ll ll ll In lu 0 lb 0 ll ll ll 0 0 ll ll li 0 0 0 0 0 ll ll ll ll 0 tl ll lr 0 0 ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 0 ll ll ll 0 0 ll ll ll ll IP lb 0 0 tl ll lb 0 ll ll ll xl lb lb Compliments of Reis Variety Store 392 Kempton Street New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Pina's Auto Service 1096 Cove Rd. Tel. 2-2579 Compliments of Perry The Florist 72 Spring Street Dial 7-9714 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments 0 f Corp Bros. 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Sr'z'm1ty-ni11c' Berk's Compliments of WOI'k C10ll'l1I'lg and Sll0CS - Hunting Ice and Riding Apparel - Government Surplus Builds Healthy Bodies 139 Union St. New Bedford, Mass. 339 Sawyer Street Compliments of A Friend Compliments of Pelletier and Berube Used Cars and Used Parts Tel. 2-4906 547 Belleville Ave. Compliments of Community Pharmacy 133 Ruth Street New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 3-5311 Compliments of Cox's Ice Cream Home Made Candies 101 Middle St. Tcl. 2-1582 Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of LeBlancs General Auto Repairs - Battery Charg- Dahill 83 CO. ing - Lubrication - Carburetor Service - Brake Specialist New Bedford, Mass. 3516 Acushnet Ave. Tel. 3-4-126 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Smith Mills Pharmacy Arthur Corner Reg. Ph. Harold Grantham Jr. Reg. Ph. State Rd. and Old Westport Rd. No. Dartmouth, Mass. Compliments of Armands Smith Mills No. Dartmouth, Mass. Compliments of Boyle Bros. The Family Clothier Since 1876 938-940 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Brothers Auto Service 700 Ashley Blvd. .9Qooooooooo--vv--v---v-----v- Eighty Qeeooooooooooooocoocoooooootv - - - - - v,,-----,vv-,v-Q0Q Compliments of Compliments of Corey Bros. Florist Perry Bros. Market Flowers of Distinction 337 Nash Road 1638 Acushnet Ave. Tel. 3-5963 Compliments of Compliments of Avenue Barber Shop Bettencourt Pharmacy Manuel Pimental Prop. M. J. Bettencourt Prop. 14-96 Acushnet Ave. 1643 Acushnet Ave. Compliments of , , Wh Y Th' k fH B8ylleS Square Shoe Hospital en Ou m 0 ats Fine Shoe Rebuilding Think of 174-3 Acushnet Ave. Harry The Hatter Tel. 3-6124- Compliments of Compliments of Magnant's Happy Home Furniture Co. 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HART GARAGE 30 Brigham Street Tel. 3-7317 Carburetor Service New Bedford, Mass. Fur Specialist Since 1914 New Furs of Every Description Fur Repairing, Restyling, Storage 252 Union St. Opp. N. B. Theatre Dial 2-7392 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of JOHNSON and MOREAU Auto Parts and Machine Shop Service 33 William Street New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 7-9497 7-9498 ALFRED BEAULIEU Plumbing 81 Heating and Sales 81 Service Phone 2-4897 167 Sylvia St. Compliments of Sullivan and Foster, Inc. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION New Bedford, Mass. and Providence, R. 1. Compliments of F. S. BRIGHTMAN CO. 498 PLEASANT STREET Stationery and Oliice Supplies Greeting Cards Compliments of CARTER AND BEEDEN SURPLUS SALES Qqooooceoooooaoe: :ooo: : : : :eo Compliments of Massachusetts Institute of Hair and Beauty Culture 96 William Street Tel. 7-9872 New Bedford, Mass. Eiglny-two A A A A A A AA A A A AAAAA A A AA - -Q-QQQQQQQgggogqgqoqqqooooooooooooooooo xAWf'tgJ COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL SCREW CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. fijkfx' Compliments of Compliments of Mike .and Edfiies Service Statlon A FRIEND 1025 County Street Tires Tubes Batteries Tel. 3-1014 New Bedford, Mass Compliments of C. F. CUSHING 8z SON Compliments of Antunes Variety Store 71 Years Selling Luggage Sz Leather Goods Ice Cream - Soda - Hot Dogs 586 pleasant St. 213 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, S. Dunn S. C. Tripp GIFFORUS MARKET Charles A. Croshere 8z Son Fish and Lobsters - Fresh Fruit Truck Refinishing and Lettering Wigolffsalfl andblfefail 540 Dartmouth st. at Rockdale Ave. atlve egeta es So. Dartmouth, Mass. Tel. 7-94-74 Dlal 3-0376 EigI1ty-three Compliments of People's Super Market 882 PURCHASE STREET 1060 SOUTH WATER STREET New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Howland Linen Supply 73 CHANCERY STREET New Bedford, Mass. H ll li ll ll ll O II II ll O ll ll li li ll 0 IP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 lb Compliments of Compliments of 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 MASON'S FURNITURE CO. MULLIN'S FISHING GEAR PIER 4 795 PURCHASE STREET Furniture Jewelry Pianos Electrical New Bedford, Mass. Appliances 0 0 0 0 0 ll ll ll 0 li II ll 0 ll NI Compliments of CHERRY and co. New Bedfordis Largest Specialty Fashion Store 94- Compliments of DUN-RITE CLEANERS We Clean Everything From Ties and Rugs Rockdale Ave. New Bedford lx ll ll ll ll 0 li ll 0 0 ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 0 ll ll ll ll Compliments of Halloran and Edwards HUDSON SERVICE Compliments of Fulton Supply Company Fishing Gear IOOW Wool Wollrich Shirts 100 Wool Wollrich Pants Rubber Clothing 8: All Types Working New Bedford, Mass. Clothing Dial 5-7915 114--116-120 Front St. New Bedford QgqooooooooooooooegaggsoooooooooeooooQoocooooooooooooooooooooo Eighty-four nu 0 0 1: 0 0 0 nn nn nr 1: 1: 0 0 nv an nr u u 0 0 0 0 9 ood :oooooc : 0 : : 0 : :Q : : :ooooeaoof-QQQQQQQQQQooooecqaoooeoeeooooooooo Compliments of C l' t . . . amp mens of The Fmm Pharmacies . F 'B.F' ',B.s.R. Sauln1er's Dye House rams mm eg New Bedford's Leading Pharmacies 71 Rotch Street Dial 2-2427 639 County St. Dial 4--2911 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of Bradley and Halliwell Machine Co, Joseph B. Nunes Inc. Automotive Replacement Parts Chrysler Sales 81 Service Jobbing and Repairing Cylinder Regrinding and Boring 139 No. Second Sr. New Bedford 19 No. Second Sl. Tel. 3-224-6 New Bedford, Mass. Dial 9-6407 9-6408 Compliments of Compliments of Hathaway Machinery Co., Inc. THE KEYSTONE Hathaway -- Braley Wharf 350 UNION STREET Fairhaven, Mass, New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of DON'S INC. GROVERS RESTAURANT Automotive Parts -- Accessories Machine Shop Service 866 KEMPTON STREET 12 Cook St. New Bedford, Mass. Eighty-fifve Compliments of Brock Ave. Cycle 8: Radio Co. 884 Brock Ave. Q94-QQ:::::: :oo::::::::::: Compliments of Bowler's Service Station 914- Acushnet Ave. Gasoline Oils Lubrications Tel. 3-3318 New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 2,8207 Compliments of Olivier John N. 0aBrien Plumbing 81 Heating Supply Co. . . 915 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford William Street Represented by Leonard Olivier Mattress Maker and Upholstry Tl 27175 e . - Night Emergency - Kolz 2-7193 Lech 2-2571 Rm. 510-511 Olympia Bldg. Day Service Call 3-7661 Da ROSa'S Kolz 8z Lech Garage Truck 8: Car Repairs of All Kinds Brockway Parts and Service 318 Shaw Street New Bedford, Mass. Oscillation and Beauty Salon Health and Beauty Service Dial 8-5979 3-2756 Samuel N. Donaghy Funeral Home 465 County Street New Bedford Telephone 2-5486 Compliments of Pop's Lunch Smith Mills Dartmouth, Mass. Compliments of "Bibby" Farland Lots of Luck To The Graduating Class of 1948 Compliments of Orchid Diner Rockdale Ave., and Kempton St. Philip S. Manchester Sons Hardware and Plumbing Supplies 70M Elm St. - So. 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N. B. Municipal Airport 1. Flight Instruction 2. Charter Service 3. Stinson 81 Aeronca Sales and Service Dial 3-7619 Compliments of Joseph Goulart and Co. N. Compliments of P. HAYES COMPANY Hardware 65 WILLIAM STREET New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of A Friend WHOLESALE FISH DEALERS Compliments of Central Lumber and Supply Packers and Shippers Homers Wharf Co. 172-182 North Water Street Tel. 2-1637 New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 6-8251 6-8252 g Compliments of A Friend ooooooooooooog:::o::::eooo::oq.oQ:: : :::::::::oooo:::o: ::::::1: Eigllty-nine QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ: : : Compliments 0 f Joseph Forand Auto Parts 1295 Cove Road Compliments of Lincoln's Compliments of OLSON Sr APPLEBY General Contractors Purchase and Union Sts. 222 UNION STREET Compliments of NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Community Service Station Cor. Dartmouth St. and Rockdale Ave. Gasoline - Oil - Lubrication New Bedford, Mass. 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