New Bedford Institute of Technology - Fabricator Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)

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CLASS OF CLASS OFFICERS DONALD J. LeBLANC President DAVID COAKLEY Vice-President MARGARET MENDOZA, Secretary KENNETH DE REGO Treasurer N. B. I. T. .ECTRICAL ENGINEERING ECHANICAL ENGINEERING lXTILE CHEMISTRY ]XTILE DESIGN AND FASHION SXTILE MANUFACTURING XTILE TECHNOLOGY CXTILE TECHNICIAN NEW BEDFOR INSTITUTE OF ECHNOLOGY . — — -, — —. — — BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHAIRMAN John Vertente, Jr. VICE-CHAIRMAN William E. King SECRETARY OF BOARD Mrs. Ida Epstein EX-OFFICIO: Dr. Owen B. Kiernan Francis J. Lawler Miss Ruth B. McFadden Charles V. F. DeMailly Gerald Y. Murphy Joseph A. Dancewicz Nils B. Nelson Charles B. Dugdale Clarence G. Bowman Joseph Dawson, Jr. John A. Shea George E. Carignan Dr. John B. O ' Toole, Jr. Mrs. Lydia B. Nunes Joseph M. Souza ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT Dr. John E. Foster DEAN OF FACULTY James L. Giblin DEAN OF STUDENTS Augustus Silva DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Warren M. Holt PLACEMENT DIRECTOR James A. Flanagan PRINCIPAL CLERK AND TREASURER Mrs. Mary F. Makin SENIOR BOOKKEEPER Mrs. Cecilia Zeitler SENIOR CLERK Mrs. Estelle M. Dowd JUNIOR CLERK Miss Irene L. Arguin JUNIOR CLERK Mrs. Irene Kinney LIBRARIAN Miss Claire N. Riley ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Francis Tripp DIRECTOR OF BOOKSTORE Louis J. Robitaille m fc ' » B ' B JAMES L. GIBLIN Dean James L. Giblin has served our school as a faculty member and department head for twenty years. During these years Dean Giblin was head of the Department of Textile Design, and Placement Director for a number of years, and he presently serves as head of the Department of Textile Engineering and Dean of Faculty. Recog- nized and respected in the field of textiles, Dean Giblin has put his knowledge of industry, especially in the textile field, to use for the benefit of Tech students. Always ready to lend assistance, Dean Giblin has gained the respect and admiration of the student body. The Class of 1959 dedicates the 1959 Fabricator to Dean James L. Giblin for his untiring efforts to benefit the New Bedford Institute, its faculty, organization, and student body. Mary Louise Silva Hartley S. Gurney Co-Editors To the members of the Class of 1959. Many of you — perhaps most of you — don ' t know what the future holds in store for you. My own life has been full of surprises, and I suspect many of yours will be too. You have partially prepared for these surprises and the op- portunities they will present by completing your under- graduate education, and, I hope, having developed to the full the basic skills and abil- ities needed in your particu- lar field of endeavor. I would suggest that you not feel smug with your past ac- complishments — but that you continue to search for new horizons and that you continue to study to meet the challenge in the event you find them. In this manner I am sure you will live a rich and full life. Best wishes for your future success and happiness. DR. JOHN E. FOSTER President ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING RAMON R. ARRUDA Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: What you don ' t like, change. Ambition: To go hunting 11 months out of the year. Address: 81 Barrett St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. Vice Chairman 1, Publicity Chairman 2, Program Chairman 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Tech Talk Feature Writer 2, 3, 4; Univets 2, 3. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 4; Protestant Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 3, 4. RUSSELL ASHWORTH Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Put off until tomorrow what you could do today. Ambition: To go on to higher things. Address: 171 Pitman St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 3, Chairman 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Tech Talk Business Manager 3, 4. JOHN M. BANDARRA, Jr. Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Nothing is impossible. Ambition: To make at least one worth- while contribution to society. Address: 88 Maiden St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, President 4; Student Council 2; Univets 1; Class President 2. RICHARD BELLOTTI Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: " From here to infinity. " Ambition: To achieve financial success and maintain peace of mind. Address: 62 Newcombe St., New Bedford JOHN BURES Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: " Have slide-rule, will calculate. " Ambition : To be happy in my work. Address: 292 Austin St., New Bedford " 5l " »r. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 2, 3, 4. LEON CIERPIAL ih Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Ask, and it shall be given unto you. Ambition: To get a high-paying job that I like. Address: 40 Rock St., Acushnet, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Camera Club 3, Treasurer 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Tech Talk 3, 4; Dean ' s List Fall 1, Fall 2. f m i i mm. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. Publicity Manager 3, 4; Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; Nu Beta Tau 3, Tribunal 4; Tech Talk 3, Office Manager 4; Newman Club 2, 3, Publicity Manager 4. RODNEY R. CORDEIRO Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Do it now: tomorrow may be too late. Ambition: To be successful. Address: 96 Presidential Heights, New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, Secretary 4; FABRICATOR 4; Tech Talk 3; Dean ' s List Spring 2, Spring 3. ALFRED DEPTULA Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering IT . Motto: The More knowledge a man gains, the more he realizes how little he knows. Ambition: To become a success in my field. Address: 347 Ashley Boulevard, New Bed- ford HARTLEY S. GURNEY Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: The greatest ability of man is his ability to doubt. Ambition: Teaching. Address: County Road, East Freetown, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 2, 3, Co-Editor 4; Nu Beta Tau Secretary 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; Student Council 2; Tech Talk 1, Feature Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Junior Prom Committee Dean ' s List 7 semesters Class Secretary 2. DONALD G. Le BLANC Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: If at first you don ' t succeed, try out for the outfield. Ambition: To succeed at first. Address: 175 Harwich St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 2, 4; Camera Club 2; Collegians 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, President 3, 4; Student Council 4; Tech Talk Managing Editor 3, 4; Univets 1; Dean ' s List Fall 2; Class President 4. Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2, President 3, 4; Tech Talk 2, 3; Collegians 3; Protestant Fellowship 3; Dean ' s List Spring 2; FABRICATOR Photography Editor 4. S WILLIAM BARSTOW MACY, JR. Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Why worry? NOTHING is going to turn out right. Ambition : To accomplish something worthwhile during my life. Address: 194 Chestnut St., New Bedford v : %0 in ' Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. ■_ ARMAND J. TALBOT Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: Don ' t do it now; do it when you can do it right. Ambition: Just completed (B. S.) Address: 1032 Monmouth St., New Bedford WALTER T. TWAROG Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: " The best of all possible worlds. " Ambition: To photograph the earth from the Moon. Address: 110 Division St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 2, 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 1, Photo Editor 2, Special Photo Effects 3; Tech Talk 3, 4; Univets 1, 2. WALTER WIENZEK Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Motto: " Prove all. Keep that which is the simplest. " Ambition: To be " out of it " to know what is in it. Address: 156 Church St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. I. E. E. 1, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 2; Newman Club 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. .. ' £■ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING o JEAN-PAUL AUBIN Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Don ' t worry about it. Ambition: To be a successful design en- gineer. Address : 29 Richview Avenue, South Had- ley, Mass. m i m • Extra Curricular Activities Newman Club 3, 4. GERALD KENNETH BARROS Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Variety is the spice of life, but too much spice can ruin the digestion. Ambition: To learn something new every day. Address: 552 Dartmouth Street, South Dartmouth, Mass. HENRY J. BARROS Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Observation is knowledge. Ambition : Success in any task undertaken Address: 36 Madison St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; Dean ' s List 3 semesters. Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 2, Secretary 3, 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 2, 3; Univets 1. ' i • a w K m EUGENE ALBERT BISAILLON Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: A loud golden silence. Ambition : To create a frictionless, weight- less, system of ropes and pulleys. Address: 465 Rivet St., New Bedford JOHN BLENKIRON Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: A good reply for any wise guy is, " What are you trying to say? " Ambition: To derive happiness and suc- cess from life. Address: 4080 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- ford Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 3, 4; DeMolay Club President 4. X JAMES A. BOTELLIO Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Think before speaking or acting. Ambition: To be a happily married and successful engineer. Address: Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Dean ' s List Fall 3. . • " " ' r ' - EXTRA ClJRRICULAR ACTIVITIES Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Newman Club 4. «% WILLIAM K. BURKE Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Whatever you do, be careful. Ambition: To spend a vacation without books. Address: 73 Hathaway Blvd., New Bedford tawr Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; Mechanical Engineering Club 4. ; . iiiaiigif i lii Hi ■lilili 4» 1 GERARD M. BURNETT Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Think. Ambition: To be a successful engineer. Address: 372 Reed St., New Bedford J. DAVID COAKLEY Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Think before peeking. Ambition: Happiness and success in life. Address: 279 County St., New Bedford ,- Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, President 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee Chairman; Class Vice President 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4. KENNETH DE REGO Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Pushing the panic button doesn ' t solve the problem. Ambition: To succeed in all that is un- dertaken. Address: 83 Eugenia St., New Bedford ■ i. hmm. Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 2, President 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 2, 3, President 4; Student Council President 3, 4; Class President 3, Treasurer 4. n Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; Mechanical Engineering Club 3, 4. DONALD GRAY Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Work, work, work! Ambition: To be the first mechanical en- gineer on the moon. Address: 19 Russell ' s Mills Road, South Dartmouth, Mass. L-l Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Univets 1, 2. v; JOSEPH J. L. JODOIN Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Clothes make the man. Ambition: To live a full life and enjoy its just reward. Address: 75 Kenyon St., New Bedford KENISON McINTOSH Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto : Live every day as if you were going to live forever. Ambition: Success. Address: 52 Rotch St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Class President 2; Student Council 2. I 1 y.v- PAUL W. REZENDES Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: A wise man thinks twice before he speaks once. Ambition: To graduate before the tuition goes up. Address: 438 Rodney French Blvd., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1; Mechanical Engineering Club 1, 2; Univets 1. — HHMH Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 3, President 4; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. RICHARD E. THATCHER Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Motto: Everything happens for the best. Ambition: Big ranch man. Address: 47 York St., Dartmouth, Mass. k TEXTILE CHEMISTRY THOMAS A. BROWN Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Walk softly, but carry a big stick. Ambition: To be an analytical chemist. Address: 105 Grove Street, Lincoln, Rhode Island. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. ■R • " ► RONALD P. CHAVES Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: A stranger is a friend I have not yet met. Ambition: To make life enjoyable. Address: 99 Bluefield St., New Bedford ■0 Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, Sergeant of Arms 2; Univets 1, 2, 3, 4. ■■PHrH stiff r m tM Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List Spring 3. WILLIAM CHOUPRES Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: The end is the beginning. Ambition: To be a success. Address: 53 Pembroke Avenue, Acushnet, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List Fall, Spring 1. KENNETH C. HOKANSON Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Petit pluie a bas grande vent. Ambition : PhD. Address: 468 Main St., Acushnet, Mass. BHMBMH JOHN P. KONDIG Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Collectors ' items are the jewels of today. Ambition : To own my own trolley car. Address: 25 Belleville Avenue, New Bed- ford. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List Fall 3. RAYMOND N. MARTIN Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Success comes in cans, failures in can ' ts. Ambition: To succeed. Address: 74 East Morgan St., Fairhaven, Mass. V. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, Correspond- ing Secretary 3, Secretary 4; Collegians 2; Student Council 4; Dean ' s List Fall and Spring 1; Class Secretary 4. ■ ' : ■■• MARGARET MENDOZA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: All will come to he who waits. Ambition : A little work, a little happiness. Address: 277 Aquidneck St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, President 4; Collegians Director 1 and 2, Accompanist 3; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ORMEROD K S Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Chemistry, my music; or is it, music, my chemistry? Ambition: Lots. Address: 42 Campbell St., New Bedford ■i DONALD E. ROBINSON Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: There ' s a way to do it better; find it. Ambition: To succeed in all endeavors. Address: 130 Green St., Fairhaven, Mass. K 3 ' Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; FABRICATOR Business Manager 4; A. A. T. C. C. 4. MARY-LOUISE SILVA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Chemistry Motto: Live, love, laugh and be happy. Ambition : To find that love, life, laughter, and happiness. Address: Mill St., Rte. 6, Marion, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 4; Collegians 1, President 2, 3; FABRICATOR Co-Editor 4; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, Auditor 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 1. i i I TEXTILE DESIGN FASHION ARNOLD ATKINSON Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: Get away with what you can for as long as you can. Ambition: Ten little Indians. Address: 68 Hillman St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. t « Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Circle K 1; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 4. THOMAS A. DAMON Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: Discretion is the better part of valor. Ambition: To be president of my own corporation. Address: 348 Sawyer St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, Treasurer 4; Newman Club 1, 2, Secretary 3 and 4; FABRICATOR 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN KENNEDY Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: Patience is the ability to idle the motor when you feel like stripping the gears. Ambition: To be successful. Address: 154 Durfee St., New Bedford " {f Extra Curricular Activities Newman Club 1. I 7 3 itssu PAUL LEVASSEUR Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: C ' est mon plaisir. Ambition: To own my own business and trolley car. Address: 112 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bed- ford. ROBERTA MAROIS Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Ambition: Fashion Illustrator for Saks 5th Ave. Address: Church St., Mattapoisett, Mass. I Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. Secretary 3 and 4; Glee Club 1; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 3, Art Editor 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Student Council 1; Junior Prom Committee; Dean ' s List Spring and Fall 2, 4; Class Secretary 1; Cheerleader 1. DONALD J. MORIARTY Certificate in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: Always be prepared. Ambition: I don ' t want to be a million- aire; just live like one. Address: 341 Oliver St., New Bedford. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR 4; Newman Club 4; Univets 1; Junior Prom Committee; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Extra Curricular Activities Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4; FABRICATOR 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, Vice- President 3, 4; Tech Talk 1, 3, 4; Collegians 3, 4; A. A. T. T. 4; Junior Prom Committee. LUCIEN P. POYANT Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: I take no man ' s ideas, for I have a few of my own. Ambition: To be a success. Address: 312 North Main St., Acushnet, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Circle K 1,2,3,4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, House Chairman 3, Sergeant at Arms 4; Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; Student Council 4; Junior Prom Committee; Class Vice-President 4. EDWARD W. SYLVIA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Design and Fashion Motto: There is none so blind as those who will not see. Ambition: Success and happiness. Address: 490 Allen St., New Bedford iBn kaaaaB TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY Extra Curricular Activities Circle K 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3; Soccer 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. ARIETA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: To know him is to like him. Ambition: Production Engineer. Address: 30 Wales St., Taunton, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, Scribe 2, President 3 and 4; Tech Talk Business Manager 1 and 2; Univets 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council 3. JOSEPH I. CORBEIL Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Sleep warm. Ambition: Production Engineer. Address: 54 Campbell St., New Bedford %ii » GORDON T. HELME Esq. Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Let us, to the end, dare to do our duty as we understand it. Ambition : Professor of textile technology. Address: 988 Mazeppa St., New Bedford • Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3; Circle K Secretary 2; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship 3; DeMolay College Club 4; Dean ' s List 1,2,3; Soccer 1, Captain 2 and 3, 4. EDWARD J. HORSLEY Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Never give up that which you be- gin. Ambition: Coach of the Celtics. Address: 19 Laurel St., Fairhaven, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities Mechanical Engineering Club l; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 4; Univets 1, 2; Dean ' s List Spring and Fall 2 and 3. , mmgfr CONRAD E. Le TENDRE Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: A college degree may be an end, or it may be a beginning. Ambition: To become ambitious. Address: 256 Peckham Road, Acushnet, Mass. J m - f " 1 tl DEAN MANCHESTER Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Don ' t put off until tomorrow what you can do today. Ambition: Technical Sales Agent. Address: Old Harbor Road, Westport, Mass. donald McCarthy Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Ambition: Sales Engineer. Address: 121 Adams St., Fairhaven, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Circle K 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. EDMUND ROSA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Silence is golden, speech is silver. Ambition: Plant Supervisor. Address: 439 Purchase St., New Bedford Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, Secretary 4. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, President 4; Circle K 3; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FABRICATOR Sports Editor 4; Tech Talk 3; Univets 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Baseball 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. IVAN DALE SYLVIA Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: No man is useless while he has a friend. Ambition: Life, love, and the pursuit of happiness. Address: 1085 Tacoma St., New Bedford M ' " " " ■■ -••-.•. ,; Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, Senior War- den and House Manager 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. HARALAMBOS VOUTSINAS Bachelor of Science Degree in Textile Technology Motto: Think twice before you make a decision. Ambition: Revolutionize Greek Textiles. Address: 58 Kalledromiou St., Athens, Greece DANIEL J. MEDEIROS Diploma in Textile Manufacturing Motto: Patience is a virtue. Ambition: Designer. Address: 118A Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, Mass. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. .. ■ Illy K f u vV- : r T - ' V [ i M wmm V 4mr - j 1 r I PAUL ANG TEE Diploma in Textile Manufacturing Motto: To see is to believe. Ambition: Plant Manager. Address: 45 Old Sta. Mesa, Manila, Phil- lippines. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 2, 3; Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3. Extra Curricular Activities A. A. T. T. 4. RITA GALLAGHER Certificate in Textile Technician Motto: Live and let live. Ambition: To return for a degree. Address: 184 Sconticut Neck Road, Fair- haven, Mass. DOLORES GRAPSAS Certificate in Textile Technician Motto: Thimk! Ambition: To live by my motto. Address: 63 State St., New Bedford ELIZABETH PRESBY Certificate in Textile Technician Motto: Don ' t do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Ambition : To be a success. Address: 18 Moynan St., New Bedford • -- % Extra Curricular Activities Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2; A. A. T. T. 4. DEPARTMENT HEADS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPT. Milton S. Briggs CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT Francis Tripp ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPT. Lenine M. Gonsalves ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Augustus Silva MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Anthony J. John MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPT. Howard C. Tinkham HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT Leo M. Sullivan TEXTILE DEPARTMENT James L. Giblin LIBRARIAN Claire N. Riley PUBLIC RELATIONS James A. Flanagan DEAN OF FACULTY James L. Giblin «CSC • " p IMS 3 - i j i i m mmm DEAN OF STUDENTS Augustus Silva ■aiiteiiifciu ' FACULTY JOHN R. BARYLSKI Asst. Professor Mech. Eng. Dept. CLIFFORD N. BECK Instructor Textile Dept. ROBERT C. BOOTH Instructor Design Fash. Dept. JOHN C. BROADMEADOV Assoc. Professor Chemistry Dept. EDWARD H. CLOUTIER Assoc. Professor Textile Dept. EDWARD A. CORMIER Instructor Bus. Admin. Dept. ALDEN W. COUNSELL Asst. Professor Mech. Eng. Dept. MICHAEL CROWLEY Assoc. Professor Math. Dept. EARL J. DIAS Asst. Professor English Dept. EDMUND J. DUPRE Assoc. Professor Chemistry Dept. LOUIS E. F. FENAUX Assoc. Professor Chemistry Dept. FERDINAND P. FIOCCHI Asst. Professor Chemistry Dept. HYDERYK GORCZYCA Instructor Mech. Eng. Dept. SHELDON H. HARRIS Assoc. Professor Humanities Dept. HARBHAJAN S. HAYRE Assoc. Professor Elec. Eng. Dept. WARREN M. HOLT Assoc. Professor Math. Dept. XI ELESTINO D. MACEDO Asst. Professor English Dept. FREDERIC R. MATTFIELD Assoc. Professor Bus. Admin. Dept. WALTER MIERZEJEWSKI Instructor Math. Dept. DR. DWIGHT F. MOWERY Professor Chemistry Dept. [ARGOT NEUGEBAUER Asst. Professor Design Fash. Dept. LOUIS PACHECO, JR. Assoc. Professor Textile Dept. HANS E. PICARD Visiting Lecturer Elec Eng. Pant. EVELYN RAMALHETE Instructor tg sfl JOHN T. REGAN Asst. Professor Textile Dept. JOSEPH L. ROBERTS Instructor Mech. Eng. Dept. CONRAD P. RICHARD Asst. Professor Mech. Eng. Dept. LOUIS J. ROBITAILLE Instructor Humanities Dept. w JHI ( i ANTONE RODIL Asst. Professor Textile Dept. FRED R. TRIPP Instructor Chemistry Dept. WILLIAM A. SILVEIRA Asst. Professor Math. Dept. ARTHUR V. SWA YE Asst. Professor Textile Dept. RICHARD WALDER Instructor Elec. En Dept JOHN F. WAREING Instructor Elec. Eng. Dept. GEORGE J. THOMAS Asst. Professor Physics Dept. FACULTY _ a RETIRING PROFESSORS v ▲. Prof. Bayreuther has served the Institute in its Mechanical Engin- eering Dept. almost from its in- fancy. His devotion and guidance to the hundreds of students over the years will remain in the hearts of all alumni who have come under his tutelage. ADAM BAYREUTHER FRED BEARDSWORTH w Prof. Beardsworth has gained the utmost respect and friendship from countless students and fel- low professors during his long tenure in the Textile Dept. He is a man of dignity and knowledge; of a calibre that the Institute will find almost impossible to equal at his retirement. Prof. Holden has endeared him- self to all those connected with the school since his arrival so many years ago. Long education- al and personal lectures have re- vealed a wisdom and kindliness so essential to a truly good educat- or. His contributions to the school and its students will continue to bring credit to N. B. I. T. long after his departure this year. FRANK HOLDEN ' Geeze . . . You Lousy Guys " th t0 sleep here. ' Shouldn ' t Mir v mxY °ur Drink, s Mr. C. " Master plca sC do » t viWV ' Oh I ' m Not REALLY A Sign Painter ... " ' Fastest Soldering Gun in the West. " To Measure Nose: First Grasp " Tuft of Hair Firmly in left hand thus ... " Littl Homework, j 0e? , ' I could just get my hands on that Guy ' s Throat. ' « wH adda y a Know , Mine ' s Empty To °- CO-EDITORS Mary-Louise Silva Hartley S. Gurney FABRICATOR STAFF ART EDITOR Roberta Marois ..- SPORTS EDITOR Dale Sylvia PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR William Macy CREDITS ADVERTISING LAYOUTS Donald Moriarty Lucien Poyant COVER FABRIC Prof. Frank Holden Prof. Fred Beardsworth Prof. Louis Pacheco, Jr. Asst. Prof. John Regan Asst. Prof. Antone Rodil Mr. Fred R. Tripp ADVERTISING MANAGER Donald LeBlanc BUSINESS MANAGER Donald Robinson PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Russell Ashworth Leon Cierpial Alfred Deptula Walter Twarog Hartley S. Gurney ART STAFF Maureen Kennedy Edward Sylvia Thomas Damon John Murphy Jenny Botseas FACULTY ADVISOR Robert C. Booth i FORMAL PHOTOGRAPHY Al Rioux BASKETBALL SOCCER BASEBALL TENNIS CHEERLEADERS ATHLETICS 1958 1959 1 COACH— 1958 • Clarry Haskell COACH— 1959 i Prof. John Regan TEAM Richard Arieta Russell Wissman Daniel Loureiro William Fawcett John Regan, Jr. Verne Barry Bruce Boni Ronald Hall Stan Wesoly Thomas Viera Richard Percentz Edward Horsley Joseph Cahill STATISTICS 1958 Season N.B.I.T. Oppon ?nt 11 R. P. I. 8 7 Pembroke 10 5 Presbyterien Coll. 4 6 Curry College 10 Stonehill 5 2 Mass. Maritime 1 6 Durfee Tech 5 7 Lowell Tech 5 4 Bridge-water 2 !) Mass. Maritime 2 10 Univ. of Hartford 3 1 Durfee Tech 8 8 Bridgewater 5 2 Stonehill o HBI H BASEBALL Last season the Tech Baseball team compil- ed an overall record of 10 wins and 4 defeats. In the S. N. E. C. C. play they suffered only one defeat at the hands of their arch rival, Durfee Tech. This fine conference record en- abled our team to share first place hon- ors with Durfee Tech for S. N. E. C. C. cham- pionship. Coach Clar- ry Haskell is to be com- plimented for his fine job of bringing the N. B. I. T. baseball team through such a victor- ious season. This season should be a banner year for the Tech team under its newly appointed coach, Prof. John Regan. The return of veteran play- ers from the 1958 sea- son promises a repeat performance of last year ' s excellent show- ing. So far, our S. N. E. C. C. record is 1 win and 2 defeats, but Manager Joe Cahill assures us of a more rewarding standing for the remainder of this I 1 1 S J f. SOCCER COACH Edward Cloutier TEAM Gordon Helme Donald Moriarty David Coakley Babis Voutsinas Thomas Damon Dale Sylvia Edward P. Sylvia Thomas Viera Lincoln Chang Edward W. Sylvia Peter Anthony Gaylord Lucas George Rogers David Parent Dave Fernandes John Trznadel Richard Ramos Edward Cambra Richard Perzentz STATISTICS N.B.I.T. Opponent 3 B. S. T. C. 4 5 R. T. C. E. 3 Durfee Tech. 1 B. S. T. C. 3 New England 3 4 Babson 1 3 Durfee Tech 2 Adelphi 1 fi Babson 2 3 Univ. of Hartford 1 won by forfeit Lowell Tech © -T cm e-vu-, SOCCER Early in 1958 our sports editor predict- ed an undefeated sea- son for the Tech hoot- ers and missed by only one game . . . our first. It was the game against Bridgewater which went into double overtime and result- ed in a 4-3 loss for the Maroon and Grey. This loss stopped our team from gaining their second succes- sive tie for first place honors in the S. N. E. C. C. soccer league. We finished the season with another fine rec- ord of 8-1-2. A look into the future shows that such battle scarred veterans as : Dave Coakley, Don Moriarty, Babis Vout- sinas, Ed W. Sylvia, Tom Damon, Dale Syl- via, and Capt. Gordie Helme won ' t be around for the next campaign. These men deserve much appre- ciation for their out- standing efforts over the last four seasons. The soccer team un- der the able direction of coach Ed Cloutier tallied 32 goals against their opponents, and the opposition scored 13 goals through our nets. In essence, and in fact, this season was an outstanding one in the soccer his- tory of N. B. I. T. It was a great team ef- fort in every game from every player. BASKETBALL TEAM Arnold Atkinson Richard Arieta Steven McNamara Edward P. Sylvia Frank Aroupo John Trznadel Dan Loureiro Dick Daniels Ronald Hall Bruce Regan Jim Rita COACH James Flanagan | STATISTICS N.B.I.T. Opponent 92 Babson 64 68 Maritime 37 65 Durfee Tech 61 91 Maritime 50 61 Gorham 47 49 Assumption 61 74 Pembroke 59 78 R. P. I. 72 52 Quinnipiac 62 70 Stonehill 63 76 Bridgewater 66 70 New Eng. Col. 46 84 Cooper Union 37 106 Curry College 57 88 Durfee Tech 63 65 Quinnipiac 80 79 Stonehill 77 74 Bridgewater 53 61 Bloomfield 59 90 Babson 55 78 Lowell Tech 57 49 Hartford 48 71 Philadelphia 97 63 111. Tech. 81 53 U. of Chicago 71 57 Quinnipiac 71 Total points 1929 Average — 71.4 HIGH SCORERS Avg. Steve McNamara 17.5 Arnold Atkinson 17.0 Richard Arieta 12.2 BASKETBALL The N. B. I. T. basket ball team concluded its season with a 20-7 overall record. They placed second in the S. N. E. C. C. behind Quinnipiac of Conn. It was Coach Flanagan ' s first year at the helm of the Tech squad which played one of its fullest schedules in some time. The New Bedford team won the Holiday North-South Seafood Producers ' Tourney which was held in De- cember and ended their conference play in a tie only to lose to Quinnipiac in the final game of the sea- son. Tech made trips to Conn., New York, New Jersey, Phila., and Chicago during the hoop campaign and added many for- midable foes to their schedule. I ■ lt_ TENNIS COACH Fran Tripp TEAM Arnold Atkinson Edward W. Sylvia Paul Wilson Robert Fredette Edward Twarog James Marshall William Hayden Paul Patzer The Tennis team of N. B. I. T. opened its 1959 season with a 1-1 record. The Tech net- ters lost their first match to Holy Cross with a 6-0 score. A second contest result- ed in a much better showing for Coach Tripp ' s " racquet " squad when they scor- ed a 5-0 victory over Durfee Tech. Al- though the season has just begun, the many new players show great promise for an- other successful year. It is more than likely that Tech netters of 1959 will continue to uphold our first place standing in the S. N. E. C. C. tennis divis- ion as they have for the past four years. SSffiffiffigfts s CHEER LEADERS HEAD CHEERLEADER Joyce Dixon SQUAD Rita Desjardins Judy Morton Cynthia Barros Rochelle Guay Patricia Kelley Betty Johnson Fern Sherman Cynthia Vercellone The cheering squad of 1959 showed much im- provement this year in both form and school spirit. The faithful ap- pearance of these Tech rooters in their new maroon and grey uni- forms at soccer and basketball games con- tributed much to the spirit of all team mem- bers. The girls, under the leadership of Joyce Dixon displayed their enthusiasm both at home and at our many " away " games during the 1958-1959 season. " ... and here we have the Hobo All Stars. " Oh, Bosh! There He Goes Again. 0 WTubbaA rrUda sfc7Z . The Tech Loom-Rats Luck yform m , 4AAA TECH TALK ▼t Tech Talk has made considerable pro- gress in the school year of 1958 - 1959. The official publication of the student body of N. B. I. T. has gained consid- erably in quality. Improved writing, broader scope in edi- torials, better photography, and increas- ed advertising have been brought into this, the sixth volume of the paper. Active interest on the part of new mem- bers and veteran writers alike has lent to the overall improvement of the qual- ity of the paper. Photography, one of the most difficult obstacles in the past, was improved by the efforts of veteran staff photographers. This year for the first time, Tech Talk carried national ad- vertising; along this line, the overall in- come of advertising was increased by 15%. This accomplishment plus increas- ed coverage of Tech news has given this year ' s staff of Tech Talk a paper to be proud of. Tech Talk MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS . INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS The views expressed in this paper are entirely those of the stu- ents of the editorial staff and do not necessarily reflect the views of tie administration or faculty of New Bedford Institute of Technology. Hartley Gurney, Editor Donald G. LeBlanc, Managing Editor avid W. Heap, News Editor John Bandarra, Business Mgr. nn Crowell, Asst. Editor Deborah Tobin, Asst. Editor Tony Arruda, Sports Editor Bill Gifford, Advertising Manager Joseph Mocker, Circulation Manager Rodney Cordeiro, Office Manager J. Donnell Bowen, Dale Sylvia, Jerry Giberti, Jean Schwartz, Dan Loureiro, Tom Viera, Jack Bures, Linda Valley, Forrest Martin, Harold Whitely. mature Writers Bill Kerwin, Thomas Mitchell, Paul Wilson, Tony Plezia t Staff Charlie Burnet, Manager, Pat Wright, Cynthia Barros, Joel Lipsitt isiness Staff Alex Johnson, Harris Horvitz, Robert Lee, Fern Sherman fice Staff Carol Tenezar, Robert Carreia lotographers Russ Ashworth, Leo Cierpial culty Adviser . ' Mr. Richard Walder The Tech-Durfee Merger It seems that some of the local and state officials favor the »rger of the New Bedford and Fall River technical colleges. Rumors ve it that the main reasons behind this move are wholly political. We discredit these rumors because we like to think that our tte and local officials are above such things when regarding the ate ' s institutions of higher learning. Yet, most of these officials fail indicate their reasons for favoring the merger. Some officials who ce favored Tech expansion have suddenly swung over to the merger, iving little explanation on their way. Mayor Francis J. Lawler said that, " Because of its mere presence the community ... it is my opinion that the future of the institute, suming its adaptability, is t the future industrial deve i writer ' s). The quotation ; tyor ' s office to Tech Talk i. lyor says, " The New Bedf( nificant and important cor New Bedford, " and again : mity " as being a factor in _ Now Mayor Lawler favoi ititute ' s buildings may be icator has said that the co; :s into an efficient high sc_ , the building itself. Is this a | Governor Furcolo also sj merger bill. Senator Artl ampaign plank. He now fa reasons given for the me; gn. This sort of duplicity As yet, no concrete plans have any comparative cos mention has been made of ween passages of the prop v classrooms and labs. Wi interim? On what basis j all? Are any personal Ian ' r e the schools ' funds been the merger? These and otl Those favoring the merge " ! two schools together, butJil where to do it. We would like to remind them that colleges, unlike castles, can- A Reply To l o Letter To those student who never wr ite j ex clude from print those " re grammatical] hose bearing no tour rules for € fed at the top the Editor " col we find each le " letters to the lie the Tech Taj ice every week. of courage sho ' ck of letters si ellow ranting in ■ent Council acti on policy, or fac acks either the (ion to put his s mplaints! It sho raising some ai t to be not wor ' that the stude ght out ideas a either too afrai t them in writi lous situation, le soon. H. S OS request of Mr. Schwartz, Council President, is that all or- The I tending morning worship at var- ious churches. clubs, fraternities, and chs organizations as a means of iiittril ihritiiiiiitMfariiMail STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the only student government organization at N. B. I. T. It acts as a body to formulate and direct student opinion, and as a liason between students and faculty-administration. The council also sponsors various student ac- tivities during the school year, such as the annual Welcome Back Banquet, and sponsors holiday assemblies as well as the Class Day activities. FRESHMEN Richard Santos John T. Regan, Jr. Lillian Crowell Carolyn Clarke JUNIORS Gene J. Schwartz James Murphy Lionel Medeiros Louis Skinner SOPHOMORES William Gifford Norma Casey David Heap Anthony Arruda SENIORS Donald LeBlanc Edward W. Sylvia Margaret Mendoza Kenneth DeRego i i ii i, %t . i •: s • ' " i ' ■ fl " JAMES MURPHY Treasurer GENE SCHWARTZ President ANTHONY ARRUDA Vice President CAROLYN CLARKE Secretary BANQUET COMMITTEE m Will WELCOME BACK BANQUET Anthony Albert Peter Anthony Richard Arieta Russell Ashwoth Alfred Alves Antonio Baldo Thomas Bancroft Milton Berube John Blenkiron Bruce Boni Richard Bonin James Bottelio Thomas Brown Bruce Buckley Vernon Bei-ry Edward Cambra Ronald Chaves William Choupres Leon Cierpial David Coakley George Collette William Conn Joseph Corbiel Leonard Crane Joseph Cahill Joseph Callaghan Phillip Chasse Thomas Damon Richard Daniels David Darwell Kenneth DeRego Stetson Drake William Fawcett Robert Fredette Ernest Gagne John Goulding Richard Greenwood Gordon Helme Kenneth Hokanson Edward Horsley Ronald Hotte John Hannon Donald Kamienski Robert LaFlamme Allen Kilshaw Gerald Lariviere Jean LeBlanc Richard Lima James Lover Russell Marchant Raymond Martin Norman Mathieu Steve McNamara Daniel Medeiros Joseph Mello Peter Mendell Thomas Mitchell Donald Moriarty Andrew Martin James Murray Norman Mullins Philip Medeiros Robert Meunier Edward Mullarkey Norman Nevins William O ' Connell Richard Ormerod Robert Pacheco Donald Payette Richard Pilkington Roger Poyant Dick Perzentz William Partridge Clarence Rawlins Staunton Richards Donald Robinson David Rapoza Gene Schwartz George Simpkin Louis Skinner John Sauga Edward W. Sylvia Donald Sivan Lawrence Tefft Ronald Tetreault John Thompson Renato Tomasini Manuel Texeira William. Titcomb Joseph Taffe Thomas Viera John Viera Walter Wienzek Walter Wissman Paul Wallace Brian Wishnefsky DELTA KAPPA PHI Delta Kappa Phi is one of the oldest professional fra- ternities in America. Its purpose is mainly one of service to the student and to the school. The frater- nity encourages high scholastic standards from mem- bers in every department in addition to active partici- pation in sports and social activities. It is the aim of Delta Kappa Phi to provide the business world with men of high calibre and executive potential. Scribe — Thomas Mitchell Trustees — Prof. Louis Fenaux — Mr. Fred Tripp House Mother — Mrs. Helen Otis Allen ■■M B H BRUCE BONI Treasurer GORDON HELME Secretary JOHN THOMPSON House Chairman IENATO TOMASINI House Chairman DAVID COAKLEY Pro-consul JOSEPH CORBEIL Consul DWARD W. SYLVIA Sargent at arms ANNUAL D. K. MINSTREL Robert Barnard Marshal Boston Charles Brock Norman Bruffy Charles Burnett Wilfred Canto Norman Faucher Robert Fournier Edmund Rosa Robert LeBoeuf Haralambos Voutsinas Paul Ang Tee Basil Grapsis Peter Inglese William Kerwin Nick Konstantakos Donald Lepore Donald Lucas Carl Ostler David Parent Richard Poulin George Rogers Robert Robinson George Taber Howard Vera Clifford Wilbur Francis Wilson Steve Wong Simmons Correia PHI PSI BETA Phi Psi Fraternity was originally organized to promote the comradeship and mutual advance- ment of its members in the field of textile manu- facturing. Its scope has widened to now include men and students interested in many varied pro- fessions. Primarily, it is the largest and most respected textile fraternity in the world, but its alumni hold many lofty positions in all branches of industry. Here at Tech, the Beta Chapter is concerned with obtaining members holding high scholastic standards in order to better provide in- dustry with a more qualified type of leader. PHI PSI OPEN HOUSE CLIFF WILBUR Vice President PROF. EDMUND CLOUTIER Advisor BABIS VOUTSINAS Treasurer EDMUND ROSA Secretary PETER INGLESE President NORMAN FAUCHER Corresponding Secretary STAG NIGHT Anthony Arruda Carlton Aspin K. Martin Bendiksen Robert C. Borden J. Donald Bowen John Cadema Robert Champegne Rodney Cordeiro Joseph Carreiro William Gifford Hartley Gurney David Heap Carl Holstius Alex Johnson Raymond LeBeau Lionel Medeiros John Milner Richard Motta James Murphy Craig Proctor William Russell Fred Silva Romeo Struglia Mario Thumudo Edwin Twarog Celestino Macedo Alfred Carvalho Lenine Gonsalves James Stahley John Lopes Edward Chmiel James Brownell Ronald Breault John Cermak Wallace Reid Stephen Swift Norman LaVigne Joseph Mocker NU BETA TAU T ▼ ▼ The Alpha chapter of Nu Beta Tau was started during the Winter of 1957 by ten students who felt that the school ' s rapid growth provided room for another fraternity. On May 5th, 1958 the fraternity received its charter from the adminis- tration. At the time this charter was received, the membership had grown to twenty-nine. Dur- ing the current year the fraternity has become an integral part of the school ' s many organiza- tions. JOSEPH CORREIRO Social Chairman CRAIG PROCTOR President ELESTINO MACEDO Faculty Advisor J. DONALD BOWEN Vice President MARIO THUMUDO Treasurer JAMES MURPHY Official Delegate HARTLEY GURNEY Corresponding Secretary ANTHONY ARRUDA Rush Chairman ROMEO STRUGLIA Ritualist RAYMOND LeBEAU Secretary INSTALLATION BANQUET PUMPKIN PROM ' GOOD DEEDS " FOR HELL WEEK Mary-Louise Silva Judy Morton Rita Desjardins Carol Hebert Carolyn Skie Nancy Tripp Annette Burque Carolyn Clarke Lillian Crowell Janet Pasell Norma Casey Jenny Botseas June Brownell Judith Dahill Nancy Dexter Anne Finnerty Edith Gardner Roberta Marois Joyce Dixon Cynthia Vercellone Beth Johnson Betty Presby Cynthia Barros Shauneen Goggin Rochelle Guay Patricia Kelly Carol Tencza Deborah Tobbin Patricia Wright Linda Valley KAPPA SIGMA PHI Kappa Sigma Phi opened the school year with the initiation of sixteen new mem- bers after a most hectic Hell Week. All pledges were rewarded with an impres- sive dinner and induction ceremony at the Red Coach Grille amidst a setting of purple and white, the sorority ' s official colors. Throughout the year Kappa Sigma Phi sponsored many successful functions, such as : the annual Christmas luncheon for faculty members, two cake sales, and a trip to Boston. Sorority members end- ed a very rewarding year with an even- ing of fine food and relaxation at the Spring installation banquet. : K X NORMA CASEY Vice President JANET POSELL Treasurer JENNY BOTSEAS Secretary JUNE BROWNELL President IELL WEEK FOR THE FRESHMEN ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FACULTY LUNCHEON " Well PERSONALLY Miss Neugebauer . . . " We thought we ' d get a small tree this year. ' " For five cents, how can you go wrong? ' I DON ' T get the point ' No!! It ' s mine, it ' s mine " Ham-BURGER? O.K. Kiddo! " e 4„ £ e " e? 1 " How about that?! It really works. " ' What these Photographers won ' t go through for a picture. " % % %, ! " Goodyear left him flat. " ■Itak Mrs. Cecelia Zeitler Mrs. Irene Kenney Miss Irene Arguin Mrs. Mary Makin ! ! m a if JANITORS r ( " •flSEcwB " Andy Doyle Walter Kawolcyk Walter Gauthier Everett Ashworth Sidney McMullen Jimmy Fox I am so smart, 1 make myself sick. ' It really doesn ' t do a THING for me. " Just a " Widdle Giwl " at heart. ' Oh Caroline, WHAT have they done to you? ' ' Hmmm . . . and what are your OTHER qualifications? " " Wait ' till they find out we changed the label on the acid bottle. " " Like man, this school is the coolest. " Bringing home the bacon ' NOW what do I do? ' LAWRENCE TEFFT, JR. Vice President ERNEST GAGNE Secretary THOMAS BANCROFT Corresponding Secretary ANTHONY ALBERT, JR. Treasurer KENNETH DeREGO President CLUB J. DONALD BOWEN Treasurer LEON CEIRPIAL Corresponding Secretary ALEX JOHNSON Secretary JOHN M. BANDARRA Chairman WILLIAM GIFFORD Vice Chairman A.I.E.E. TV The Engineering Club was or- ganized as a means to further the knowledge and education of engineering students; to create a closer relationship between its members and in- dustry; to obtain a broader perspective in engineering; and to correlate theory and practice. An annual Valentine dance is sponsored annually by this club in conjunction with the A. I. E. E., and several dinner meetings are held throughout the year. At such dinners, members are honored to hear speeches by many leading en- gineers and industrialists. The American Institute of Electrical Engineers, student affiliate, at N. B. I. T. is de- signed to broaden the stud- ents ' acquaintance with the field of engineering outside the classroom. It encourages student independent func- tions, and provides a means of recognition for their develop- ment of new technical ideas. The Student Branch is open to all students, but only those enrolled in the Elec. Eng. Course may gain national membership. Social activities usually include field trips, film showings, a Valentine Dance, and the annual student night at the Prov. Section of the A. I. E. E. ■■■■MM The Newman Club, an affiliate of the National Federation of Newman Clubs, is an organi- zation formed to promote Catholic Action on the college level. The goal of this organi- zation is to guide Catholic Stu- dents in developing their faith and to provide a balanced pro- gram of spiritual, educational, and social activity. This year the club sponsored a series of lectures on Catholic Doctrine, a post-Lenten dance, two Com- munion Breakfasts, and the regular monthly observance of First Fridays. NEWMAN CLUB JOSEPH CORREIRO Treasurer MAUREEN KENNEDY Secretary RICHARD BILLOTTI President ANTHONY ARRUDA Vice President The aim of the Protestant Fel- lowship is to bring about Christian fellowship through worship recreation, cultural achievement, and social activ- ities. The Fellowship has, this year, attended a few churches in the area to observe different ser- vices. Discussions of various phases of modern cultures and their relation to Christian at- titudes have been held at group meetings. The Rev. Gene Landry of South Bap- tist Church and Seaman ' s Bethel is the spiritual advisor of the Fellowship. mmmi FELLOWSHIP LOUIS SKINNER President JOYCE DIXON Secretary LEROY MOSHER Vice President STEPHEN SWIFT Treasurer ROBERT ROBINSON Corresponding Secretary RICHARD ORMEROD President MARY-LOUISE SILVA Vice President MARGARET MENDOZA Secretary A.A.T.€.C. SIMMONS CORREIA Vice President IVAN SYLVIA President MAUREEN KENNEDY Treasurer ROBERTA MAROIS Secretary A.A.T.T. The student unit of the Amer- ican Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists is part of a national organization whose student membership is open to those preparing for a career in some phase of tex- tile chemistry. During the year the club holds regular meetings, and also participates in activities of the regional section of its parent organiza- tion. Its main purpose is to establish closer ties between the student textile chemist and the field he will someday enter. The object of the student branch of the American Asso- ciation of Textile Technology is to encourage the advance- ment of textile technology in all its branches on the college level. The club promotes an interchange of professional knowledge between the textile student and men in the indus- try which cannot be found in the classroom. Despite the long history of textiles at N. B. I. T., this club was not established until 1957 and affiliation was granted early this year. The Circle K club is an inter- national service organization sponsored by The Kiwanis In- ternational. The aims of the club are: to develop leader- ship and confidence, and to encourage young men to serve their college and their com- munity. Those who serve in the Circle K derive a deep satisfaction from their achievements, and, thus, per- haps receive the greatest ben- efit of their own good works. This year the Circle K donat- ed its services by sponsor- ing many notable events such as: Parents ' Night, the origin- ation of an Athletic Scholar- ship, maintaining of mail ser- vice to the students, and many othe r beneficial aids. Such worthwhile achievements have caused the Circle K to rank highly in the eyes of the stu- dents and the administration. The N. B. I. T. Demolay Club is an organization whose pur- pose is to maintain the frater- nal spirit of Demolay through- out the college life of its mem- bers. Their aim is to bring into one circle of friendship all Demolays in our school, and, by mutual cooperation and support, to strengthen each member in the applica- tion of its ideals to every phase of student life. The club also strives to further the interests and publication of N. B. I. T., as well as its own group and the actual Order of Demolay. CIRCLE WILLIAM MOORE Treasurer GERALD LARIVIERE Secretary DANIEL LOUREIRO Vice President RICHARD THATCHER President DEMOLAY CLUB ROBERT ROBINSON LOUIS SKINNER GORDON HELME WILLIAM ROSS JOHN BLENKIRON CRAIG PROCTOR ROBERT BENDIKSON The Camera Club of N. B. I. T. is an organization serving all those interested in photogra- phy, and serves to encourage other students to adopt this as a hobby which can be both re- creational and practical. The Photo Contest of 1959 saw a great increase in both the number and quality of photographs entered. This con- test becomes increasingly pop- ular due to the untiring ef- forts of its members who are, for the most part, photograph- ers for the school newspaper and yearbook. The adminis- tration has come to rely on these men for school cata- logues, brochures, and most local and national publicity. The Inter-Fraternity Council consists of twelve appointed members, including official delegates from each fraternity and sorority at N. B. I. T. This group meets monthly for the purpose of guiding and fur- thering the cooperation be- tween fraternal groups. The I. F. C. exemplifies the fact that unity is essential to all fraternal power. This year the Council held its first I. F. C. weekend which was a great success. The pop- ularity of the festivities indi- cates that it will become an annual event in the future. CAMERA CLUB LEON CIERPIAL Treasurer ALFRED DEPTULA Secretary DAVID HEAP Vice President RUSSELL ASHWORTt President JENNY BOTSEAS Vice President PETER INGLESE President JUNE BROWNELL Secretary- Treasurer rutiai ' zer ' " Dance of the Sugar Plum Faeries p No man is wise unto himself BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY, me. If Uu) D uljfyrfL. Yi loM. 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P.S -A centrally located plant . . . strategically placed warehouses . . . and Royce ' own fleet of trucks . . . mean last, dependable delivery— always! ;f p i ' --: w CHEMICAL COMPANY • CARLTON HILL, NEW JERSEY Manufacturers of Chemicals for the Textile Industry For TEXTILE PROCESSING, Use SUPERCLEAR For finer printing LOMAR PW Dispersant for vat and acetate dyes; good retardant HYDROSULFITE OF SODA CONC. (Na 2 S 2 4 ) Non-Dusting HYDROSULFITE BZ Basic Zinc Formaldehyde Sulfoxylate LUPOMIN Cation Active Finishes SELLOGEN CONC Powerful Detergent MONOPOLE OIL Double sulphonated highly concentrated HYDROZIN (Normal Zinc Formaldehyde Sulfoxylate) GUMS-Arabic, Tragacanth, Karaya, Locust Bean, Irish Moss ORATOL L-48 Synthetic Detergent Plants in: Clifton, N.J., Carlstodt, N.J., Los Angeles, Calif. " Reg. U. S. Trademark Ask for Catalog Quality craftsmanship SERVICE w.:;r, ! MILWAUKEE MAVIS WCHUO ' S CHAMPIONSHIP Tuoilejd to k o( Sewlce to fon Tom Galvin • Bill Rowan • Farnum Devoe SALES REPRESENTATIVES • S. E. NEW ENGLAND DIVISION L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIMENTS OF A. B. Analysis Testing Research Consultation Inspection Product Development United States Testing Company, Inc. Main Laboratories, Hoboken, N. J. Branches: Boston, Denver, Memphis, Philadelphia, Dallas, Los Angeles Tulsa, Providence. Neiv England ' s Largest Art Materials Store BLOCK ARTISTS MATERIALS CO. 76 WEYBOSSET ST. PROVIDENCE 3, R. I. Prompt Mail Order Service Send For Catalog Please Patronize Our Advertisers BEST WISHES to the Class of 1959 from the STUDENT COUNCIL the harder you work the luckier you get . . . The secret of success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. Work hard and the future is yours. Our sincere congratulations to the entire graduating class. SUNOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY World ' s Largest Manufacturers of Cones and Tubes for the Textile Industries. HARTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA Please Patronize Our Advertisers KNOWLES LOOM REED WORKS Manufacturers of LOOM REEDS for Cotton, Silk, Rayon, Nylon, Glass, Woolen also Light and Heavy Duck Joseph Dawson Jr. President KNOWLES W zy- ?A LOOM REE!D)S KNOWLES ' KID. PITCH RAND REEDS also METAL REEDS of Stainless Steel and Chromium Plate • Textile Mill Supplies WORKS 74 years of continuous service. 114 MYRTLE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. TEL. WYman 2-6204 U. S. A. REVERE TEXTILE PRINT ROLLS A New Bedford Product Famous For a Hundred Years " For more than a century the New Bedford Division of Revere Copper and Brass Incorporated has been making textile print rolls. As a result of this long experience the Revere organization is in a unique position to know and under- stand practical textile printing problems and how to meet them with rolls best adapted to give efficient, economical service. " Revere specialists in this field are available to assist you in obtaining the type of rolls best adapted to serve your individual requirements. " Revere Copper and Brass Incorporated FOUNDED l ' .Y PAUL REVERE— 180) 24 North Front St.. New Bedford, Mass. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Analysis Testing Research Consultation Inspection Product Development New England ' s Largest Art Materials Store United States Testing BLOCK ARTISTS Company, Inc. MATERIALS CO. 76 WEYBOSSET ST. Main Laboratories, Hoboken, N. J. PROVIDENCE 3, R. I. Brandies: Boston, Denver, Memphis, Prompt Mail Order Service Philadelphia, Dallas. Los Angeles Send For Catalog Tulsa, Providence. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 AEROVOX CORPORATION Compliments of ATLAS TACK CORPORATION FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Branch Plant Henderson, K Please Patronize Our Advertisers INCORPORATED 1855 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HOME LOANS Your " Hometown " Bank NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 791 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of BABBITT STEAM SPECIALTY CO. Compliments of MORRISON MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of TEXTILE DYEING and FINISHING MACHINES Licensed Manufacturers of CONTROLLED COMPRESSIVE SHRINKING MACHINES Sole Manufacturers of WILLIAMS UNITS Office and Works: 1171-1225 MADISON AVENUE Paterson, N. J. CRANSTON PRINT WORKS COMPANY Bleacher, Printer and Finisher of cloth fabrics Plants in Cranston, R. I. Webster, Mass. Fletcher, N. C. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Tel. WYman 2-2717 — 7-0162 PEITAVINO SILK MILL, INC. No. 5 Fairhaven 94 Sawyer Street New Bedford, Mass. RAYON WEAVING SPECIALISTS I KING OF THE COMMISSION WEAVERS FOR A QUALITY FINISH USE DIASTAFOR DESIZING AGENT Wherever quality of finish and process economy are essential, you will most often find Diastafor used in the desizing operation. Finishers and dyers insist upon Diastafor, accepted and respected by the textile industry for more than 45 years. Because of its thermostability, Diastafor has a rapid desizing rate at high temperatures up to 180° — 200° F. Diastafor is available in several strengths to meet your individual needs. A good prepare means a better finish DIASTAFOR Desizing Agent Standard Brands Incorporated — Diastafor Dept. — New York 22, N. Y. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of SANDOZ. INC. i APPRECIATION We wish to express our deep appreciation to all those who have adver- tised in this yearbook. Without their aid and cooperation this publication would not have been possible. We therefore urge all those who see these advertisements to patronize our friends whenever it is possible to do so. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of Hathaway Oil Co., Inc. New Bedford, Massachusetts Tel. WY 3-1751 -HfifJBH- The College Grill " $)§• " - For HEAT call the BLUE FLEET Dartmouth Finishing MoBa 1 of New Bedford Corp. 45 Cove St., New Bedford, Mass. MEN ' S WOMEN ' S APPAREL BLEACHERS— PRINTERS FINISHERS OF COTTON FABRICS 562-566 Pleasant Street New Bedford, Mass. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of LENO ELASTIC WEB CO., INC. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. NEW BEDFORD HOTEL Function Rooms Available for any group no matter how large or small VISIT THE SPOUTER INN JOLLY WHALER Compliments of LAMBETH ROPE CORPORATION NEW BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Manila — Sisal — Nylon Rope — Twine Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of SOPHOMORE CLASS Compliments of JUNIOR CLASS Compliments of CORNELL-DUBILIER ELECTRIC CORP. CAPTAIN BUD ' S MARINE SERVICE County Road, Lakeville, Mass. P. 0. Address— R. F. D. 221 East Taunton, Mass. Edward J. Boudreau Tel. ROckwell 3-8802 Phase Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of Local 25 United Textile Workers of America Compliments of New Bedford Development Commission ALFRED RIOUX STUDIO 799 Brock Avenue, New Bedford, Mass. OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Christmas Vacation Clubs-Real Estate Loans-Savings Bank Life Insurance New Bedford Institution for Savings 174 UNION STREET Four Branches For Your Convenience Telephone WYman 2-5318 C F. CUSHING SON Leather Goods and Luggage 586 PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF JOHANSEN ' S PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Please Patronize Our Advertisers M. J. SOARES GENERAL CONTRACTORS 297 Dartmouth Street New Bedford, Mass. Tel. WY 2-2025 COMPLIMENTS OF TOWNE SHOPPE 1158 PURCHASE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. VANDER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 187 North Second Street Corner of North PLENTY OF FREE PARKING — ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS HOTPOINT APPLIANCES — HOME LIGHTING FIXTURES WY 3-6383 You Are Invited To Open A Charge Account QUALITY FASHIONS W T IV (t ' S GIFTS - SPORT GOODS HOME FURNISHINGS " Quality is put into it before WING ' S name is put on it " JONATHAN HANDY CO., INC. your local distributor IRON STEEL — AIRCO OXYGEN — ACETYLENE WELDING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 38 Bethel Street New Bedford, Mass. AMERICAN MOISTENING COMPANY Home Office and Plant — Cleveland, N. C. Branches — Atlanta, Providence and Toronto DIAL WYman 5-7868 WM. T. KING LUMBER CO. Building Materials — Roofing — Millwork — Hardware — Paints — Lumber 25 Russells Mills Road So. Dartmouth, Mass. " King Means Quality " STETSON ' S SUPER SERVICE At the " ATLANTIC " Sign Cor. Ashley Blvd. and Sawyer St.— WY 3-1336 New Bedford, Mass. Please Pat ronize Our Advertisers BARBERO ' S PIZZA PATIO Pizza— Spaghetti Dining room, Italian dinners Italian Grinders Rt. 6, Fairhaven, Mass. 58 Linden St. COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER ' S 55 William St. 1103 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. MASON FURNITURE CO., INC. New England ' s Largest Furniture Showrooms 795 PURCHASE STREET 410 PLYMOUTH AVENUE New Bedford, Mass. Fall River, Mass. For any evening appointment phone WYman 6-8535 COMPLIMENTS OF DEPOT CAFE 613 ACUSHNET AVENUE, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF GAUDETTE ' S PAVILION 107 SOUTH MAIN STREET — ACUSHNET, MASS. RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER FROM TECH SUPPLYING BACHELOR BUNDLES HATHAWAY LAUNDRY, INC. 6 CAMPBELL STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. THE NEST Route 6 PIZZA — RAVIOLI SPAGHETTI at the HERRING RUN, Mattapoisett, Mass. Telephone SKyline 8-2901 LAFRANCE JEWELER Registered Jeweler— American Gem Society 763 Purchase Street Phone WYman 3-1137 New Bedford, Mass. Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF KAPPA SIGMA PHI SORORITY COMPLIMENTS OF FIRST SAFE DEPOSIT NATIONAL BANK MACEDO ' S PHARMACY 409 RIVET STREET Prescriptions Promptly Filled — Pick-up and Delivery Service GENE MACEDO, Registered Pharmacist WYman 4-5577 Compliments of A P FOOD STORES davidow ' s men ' s store 912 PURCHASE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. TEL. WYman 2-7822 DAVIDSONS " MacGregor Brand " PORK PRODUCTS Winning Favor With Our Flavor 424 SO. SECOND ST. WYman 2-7988 NEW BEDFORD, MASS. HEMINGWAY BROS. INTERSTATE TRUCKING Direct Service to New England New York — New Jersey — Pennsylvania — Delaware j CONNECTING CARRIERS — SOUTH SOUTHEAST 438 Dartmouth St., New Bedford, Mass. WYman 6-5671 Please Patronize Our Advertisers COMPLIMENTS OF Jack London-Barney Papkin-John D. Sheehan COMPLIMENTS OF STEVENSON ' S NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. J. C. RHODES CO. Division of Plymouth Cordage Industries, Inc. EYELETS P. 0. Box 962 New Bedford, Mass. NEW BEDFORD RAYON DIVISION MOHASCO INDUSTRIES, INC. " Manufacturer of Rayon Filament and Rayon Novelty Yarns " LUPO ' S SEA GRILL BAR ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF ARLAN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE COMPLIMENTS OF NU BETA TAU FRATERNITY COMPLIMENTS OF DIPPER CAFE 201 NORTH SECOND STREET Please Patronize Our Advertisers Compliments of MAYOR and MRS. FRANCIS J. LAWLER PEIRCE THE FLORIST FLOWERS FOR BETTER LIVING Flowers Telegraphed all over the World Dial WYman 5-7566 or WYman 2-6564 — Nile Phone WYman 2-6564 1360 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. " Serving Southern New England and Cape Cod Since 1920 " COLONIAL Restaurant and Store Equipment Co. 144 Union St., New Bedford — Tel. WYman 3-3828 287 Pleasant St., Fall River — Tel. OSborne 2-0461 American Flexible Conduit Company, Inc. 969 SHAWMUT AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. THE OUTPOST AND BAMBOO LOUNGE NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. — Tel. WYman 2-8622 FINE FOODS AND CHOICE LIQUORS Catering to Weddings, Banquets, etc. Continuous Entertainment and Dancing COMPLIMENTS OF RICHARDS MOTORS your Dependable PONTIAC - VAUXHALL DEALER Middleboro Road, East Freetown — Tel. RO 3-8822 COMPLIMENTS OF JERRY ' S FISH CHIPS 516 SUMMER STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF MALONSON FLORIST 3304 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. WYman 2-0675 Please Patronize Our Advertisers F. S. BRIGHTMAN CO. WHOLESALE RETAIL S TATIONERS Wrapping Paper — Paper Bags — Twine School Office Supplies and Equipment 498 PLEASANT ST. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. FAIRHAVEN LUMBER CO. Building Materials 8 SPRING ST. WYman 3-2611 FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Compliments of A FRIEND R. B. YOUNG TED ' S HABERDASHERY Clothing and Furnishings for Dad and his Lad Formats for all Occasions 1765 ACUSHNET AVE. WYman 2-9451 ATLAS COLOR CHEMICAL CO., INC. 60 K Street, King Terminal, South Boston 27, Mass. DYESTUFFS CHEMICALS TEXTILE SPECIALTIES ALBION B. STONE JEWELER 160 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. ORCHID ROOM DINE and DANCE 244 DARTMOUTH STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Compliments of GAUGHAN HENDRICKS INSURANCE AGENCY 375 Rockdale Avenue WYman 3-8053 New Bedford, Mass. Please Patronize Our Advertisers CONGRATULATION Cameron .I.E. Durunt, MD Robert E. Durant, DDS 609 Countv St. 3 Orchard St. WYman 6-971-1 WYman 4-3511 New Bedford. Mass. POP SMITH SPORT STORE jMacGrejjor -- Goldsmith I I WOrld ' s finest athletic equipment j 1875 Acushnet Avenue WYman 2-0380 J Compliments of POYANT ' S CIDER MILL 320 NORTH MAIN STREET, ACUSHNET Prop. Ben Povant WYman 4-5941 Prop. Dave Trindade ( ! O ' BRIEN PRODUCTS, INC. i 550 WEST 23RD STREET NEW YORK 11, NEW YORK CHelsea 2-1623 EUREKA PRINTING CO. 791 Paulison Avenue Clifton, New Jersey DEFIANCE BLEACHERY i fine finishers of fine fabric BARROWSY1LLE, MASS. j BENSON MOTORS CO. J 381 Mill Street New Bedford, Mass. j MERCURY, LINCOLN and ENGLISH FORD I SALES AND SERVICE CONVERSE PHOTO SUPPLY Finest in Photo Supplies 10 - 12 North 6th Street New Bedford, Mass. ! WYman 2-3910 I Please Patronize Our Advertisers BROOKLAWN MOTORS For Those Who Care — Fine Selection of Quality Cars. 1868 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. SEGUIN-CARON, INC. Electrical Contractors 944 County Street, New Bedford, Mass. — Tel. WY 2-0560 Compliments of GLENNON ROOFING COMPANY WYman 8-5551 39 LINDEN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COLLATERAL LOAN CO. Headquarters for Slide Rules and Engineering Supplies 149 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tel. WYman 2-3136 SCHMIDT MANUFACTURING CO. Textile Loom and Weaveroom Equipment 280-292 North Street, P. 0. Box 560 New Bedford, Mass. WYman 4-9634 — 4-9635 STANLEY OIL COMPANY, INC. 480 MT. PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF LOUGHLIN CHEVROLET 545-569 MILL STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF FRESHMAN CLASS Please Patronize Our Advertisers JANSON MEN ' S SHOP 259 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF DELTA KAPPA PHI DOC KENNEDY ' S TAVERN 510 SUMMER STREET Why Not Visit The Place You ' ve Heard So Much About COMPLIMENTS OF A. I. E. E. Student Affiliate Branch COMPLIMENTS OF NEW BEDFORD TEXTILE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF RYAN SCULLY 380 SAWYER STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. KAPLAN FURNITURE STORES 1182 Acushnet Avenue — 99 Rockdale Avenue — 1020 So. Water Street New Bedford, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF LEMIEUX PLUMBING HEATING, INC. 2283 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. WYman 2-9447 Please Patronize Our Advertisers CARON ' S SERVICE STATION j Gulf Gas — Oils — Tires — Batteries — Accessories 41 TARKILN HILL ROAD NEW BEDFORD, MASS. WYman 3-0210 CORREIA SONS Television — Furniture — Fancy Meats — Groceries 92-104 ALLEN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tel. WYman 7-9354—7-9355 THE ACONN PRESS 141 HOLLY STREET (Rear) NEW BEDFORD, MASS. - Your Favorite NEW BEDFORD : MASSACHUSETTS Department Store COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL AUTOMATIC SALES, INC. Candy — Cigarettes — Coffee and Milk Vending Machines 741 KEMPTON STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF FRIENDS Please Patronize Our Advertisers WHITES FAMILY DINING ROOM Weddings — Banquets — Parties — Showers 4 spacious private rooms For Reservations Telephone OS 5-7185 North Westport, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF LOCAL 59 LONG POND LODGE, INC. Fine Liquors — Fine Foods and Pizza Pies Route 140, County St. Lakeville, Mass. Tel. ROckwell 3-8891 I I BETTENCOURT PHARMACY Prescription Druggist — Abel S. Rebello 1643 Acushnet Avenue, Corner Hathaway St. New Bedford, Mass. FREE DELIVERY — Telephone WYman 2-7705 HELFAND DAIRY PRODUCTS 220 RUSSELLS MILLS ROAD SOUTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. Complete Line of Dairy Products COMPLIMENTS OF ELM MOTORS " YOUR RAMBLER DEALER " 216 Cottage St. Tel. WY 5-7838 New Bedford, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF New Bedford Joint Board T. W. U. A., AFL-CIO 888 PURCHASE STREET Our Sincere Wishes for a Successful Future DICK ALMY — BILL GIFFORD — JIM KNOWLES ALMY CO. INSURANCE AGENCY 280 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Please Patronize Our Advertisers n WHITE COTTAGE ICE CREAM, INC. 293 Cottage St. EMILE DALBEC 187 Tarkiln Hill Road CENTRAL PHARMACY 1833 Acushnet Ave. DR. PAUL 0. LaBELLE 18 No. Sixth St. WHALING CITY MARINE CO. 56 Prospect St. KINYON SCHOOL 688 Pleasant St. R. R. VACUUM CLEANING CO. 46 Church St. REZENDES ' CLOVER FARM MARKET 1657 Acushnet Ave. JOHN ' S SHOE SERVICE 1775 Acushnet Ave. BUILDING MATERIALS, INC. 25 Nauset St. MAE ' S VARIETY 62 Oak St. MELLO ' S VARIETY 282 Allen St. PAUL ' S BARBER SHOP 1612 Acushnet Ave. MURRAY ' S FLOOR COVERING 1636 Acushnet Ave. WOLLISON DRESS SUIT PARLOR Olympia Building PACIFIC OIL CO. 897 Kempton St. THOMAS W. CROACHER ESTATE 384 So. 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