New Bedford Institute of Technology - Fabricator Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)
- Class of 1962
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NEW BEDFORD NSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YEARBOOK 1962 MAINSTAY STAFF CARLTON NICKERSON ART EDITOR RICHARD MELLO PHOTO EDITOR STANLEY DeVOYD EDITOR DOUCLAS KANE ROCHELLE GUAY CO-COPY EDITORS STUART LAWRENCE BUSINESS MANAGER DEDICATION MILTON S. BRICCS The 1962 Mainstay is dedicated to Professor Milton S Briggs, Chairman, Department of Business Administration. Professor Briggs was Assistant Superintendent of Schools in New Bedford when appointed in 1958 to develop a pro- gram of Business Administration at the Institute. As an educator for over thirty years, Professor Briggs has always shown a deep interest in the student. This year, with the graduation of the first class in Business Administra- tion, he has achieved a long-awaited goal. We, at New Bedford Tech, are fortunate to have the dedicated services of this experienced educator. DR. JOHN E. FOSTER April 5. 1962 To the Graduating Class of 1962: Recognition takes many forms: a handclasp, a pat on the back, use of a proper name or title, a salary increase, an emblem, praise, or many others. But various situations pre- sent unique opportunities for providing recognition to others, and these opportunities should be seized when they come, not chased when they are gone. In brief: Others will like you to the extent that you accord them recognition. 1 believe that if each of you in your daily work recog- nizes not only the good you are doing, but in turn recognizes the good of others, whether they be your superiors or sub- ordinates, you will find success in abundance. We of the Institute realize that during your stay here, you have found many things to be desired. We also recog- nize our shortcomings. There are improvements to be made, and they are being made. When you go out into the world, we hope you will recognize and remember the good we have tried to do. Forgive us the things we could not do. Congratulations and best wishes to you all, Dr. John E. Foster, President BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Board of Trustees is pleased to extend to the first graduating class from New Be dford Tech, since its accredi- tation, sincere and best wishes for success in their future plans. ♦. HL • ■ . •»-. Left to right — Mr. J. Dawson, Mr. R. B. Rymsicwicx, Mr. W. Smietona, Mr. P. Roderiques, I Chairman) Mr. J. E. Vertente, Dr. J. B. OToole, and Mrs. R. B. Brooker. Missing when the picture was taken were: Mrs. L. B. Nuncs, Mrs. J. Epstein, Mr. M. Gollis, and Mr. J. E. Carignan. FACULTY ENCLISH AND SOCIAL SCIENCE Earl J. Dias, Cclestino D. Macedo, Vivian Zerbone, Augustus Silva, Leo M. Sullivan, Sheldon H. Harris, Louis J. Robirallc. TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY Clifford N. Beck, Louis Pacheco, Jr., Edward Cloutier, John T. Regan, Anrone Rodil, William A. Silveira, Arthur S. Swaye, James L. Ciblin. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Aldcn Counscll, Frydcryk Corczyca, Conrad P. Richard, John R. Barylski, Joseph L. Roberts, Howard C. Tinkham. MATH AND PHYHICS Walter Mierzejewski,, Michael Crowley, Warren M. Holt, Anthony J. John, George Thomas. CHEMISTRY Front Row: James A. Flannagan, Edmund J. Duprc, John C. Broadmcadow, Fred R. Tripp Rear; Ferdinand Fiocchi, Louis E. F Fcnaux, Francis Tripp, Dr. Dwighr F. Mowery, Jr. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING u u l: □ cell George Cheng, Richard Walder, Lenine Gonsalves, John Waring, Hans Picard. DESIGN DEPARTMENT Evelyn Ramalhete Margot Ncugebauer Robert C. Booth BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Edward A. Cormier, Frederic R. Mattfield, Frank Golen, Milton S. Briggs, George Jacobs, Henry Swift. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MR. BRIGGS The Business Administration Department reflects the increasing awareness in industry of the fact that merely technically-trained personnel are not adequate to meet the changing needs of world economy. It recognizes that the ultimate aim of education is to produce an intellectually and emotionally mature person with a sound sense of values as well as competence in technical skills. Its specific objective is the education of its students to their fullest potential for competence in business and effectiveness in civic life. H psm I T» 1 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO m m RHn -.v mm H5V :A H 3Ki W Slf SgUE S • : ACCOUNTING Public, private, institution, and government account- ing present excellent opportunities for the skilled account- ant. The Accounting program provides the educational foundation that is required for training in these fields. Throughout the program, the accurate interpretation of financial reports and the necessity for efficiency as well as competence in record keeping is stressed. Because of the increased use of mathematics in de- cision making, courses in mathematics and statistics are an essential part of the program. Also included in the study of accounting are courses in accounting principles, cost accounting, auditing, taxation, business law, principles of marketing, and insurance. ACCOUNTING ALFRED ALVES NEW BEDFORD, MASS. PHILLIP E. CHASSE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4; Business Manager 4 Mainstay, Business Staff MATHEW J. DASTIS NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 Tech Talk 1, 2, 3 ELINOR DOBSON FAIRHAVEN, MASS. ROBERT C. FREDETTE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Circle K 2, 3 Newman Club 2, 3 Dean ' s List 4 ROCHELLE S. CUAY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary, Sophomore Class Mainstay, Co- Editor of Copy Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1 City of New Bedford Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM H. HAYDEN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Junior Class Secretary Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Tech Talk 2, 3, 4 Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 DOUGLAS EVANS KANE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Nu Beta Tau 3, 4 Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4 Mainstay, Co-Editor of Copy Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. Scholarship 4 Survey of Business Practices Book Award, 1 ANDREW j. MARTIN FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 MANUEL B. MELLO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2 Basketball 1 THOMAS J. MELLO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Newman Club 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 JOSEPH P. TAFFE, JR. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Exchange Club Award William Firth Scholarship MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT The Management program offers a study of the many phases of managerial problems and practices concerned with planning and supervision. In addition, the course deals with the application of theories of human relations in order to achieve greater performance through organization and ef- ficiency. This program supplies the background for the student to assume the responsibilities of junior executive or man- agement positions. Also, it aims to develop the necessary managerial skills for advancement to top executive positions following some years of business experience. Fundamental courses in principles of management, labor-management relations, accounting, effective speaking, and seminars in the problems of business are offered. FRANK ARAUJO, jr. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Management Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4 Basketball 1, 2 Mainstay JAMES W. BOYLE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 Management Club 3, 4 Newman Club 1 , 2, 3 LORRAINE S. BROWN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. DAVID FERNANDES NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 4 Management Club 3, 4 Vice-President, Junior Class Vice-President, Senior Class Newman Club 1 , 2, 3 Chairman, Junior Prom Chairman, Welcome Back Banquet 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 2, 3, 4 Soccer, Outstanding Freshman Award Soccer, Player of the Year 1959 Dean ' s List 4 EDWARD HAMER, JR. FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Management Club 3, 4; President 4 Nu Beta Tau 3, 4 Newman Club 4 Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Scholarship PHYLLIS DIANE MISIASZEK NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Management Club 3, 4 Mainstay Dean ' s List 4 CORNELIUS C. MORIARTY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. STEPHEN F. McNAMARA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer, Junior Class Circle K 2, 3 Tech Talk 3, 4; Circulation Manager 4 Management Club 3, 4 Mainstay, Activities Editor Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 2, 3, 4 Tennis 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM P. PENDERCAST NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Management Club 3, 4 Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 2, 3 COROLYN E. SKEIE FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Management Club 3, 4; Secretary 4 Protestant Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 2 Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2 Mainstay Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 MANUEL TEIXEIRA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Management Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Circle K 2, 3, 4 Soccer, Manager 2 Tech Talk 3, 4 Mainstay MARKETING MARKETING The Marketing section of the Business Administration Department is designed to prepare students for positions in fields such as advertising, selling, buying, distribution, and market research. The program is aimed at giving the stu- dent a preparatory background in these areas prior to en- tering the field. It also provides the student with an in- sight into the problems which will confront him in the business world. The courses offered in this program include advertising and selling, market research, materials and fabrics, business policy seminar, business law, taxation, insurance, and labor- management relations. JOHN F. CHASE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 Circle K 2, 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Mainstay NANCY A. DEXTER MATTAPOISETT, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Jazz Society 2 Tech Talk 1, 3, 4 Mainstay ANNETTE B. FREDETTE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3 WILLIAM j. KERWIN FAIRHAVEN, MASS. President, Senior Class Tech Talk 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor 3, 4 Circle K 3, 4 I. S. 0. 3, 4 Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 2, 3, 4 Exchange Club Advertising and Selling Award STUART ARNOLD LAWRENCE ACUSHNET, MASS. Tech Talk 2, 3 Protestant Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3 Circle K 2, 3 Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 Mainstay, Business Manager JEAN LOUIS C. LeBLANC NEW BEDFORD, MASS. City Councillor, Ward 2, City of New Bedford Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 ROGER LAURIER POYANT NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Consul 4 Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3 Soccer 2 Tech Talk 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Mainstay DAVID J. RITA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tech Talk 2, 3, 4 Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 Mainstay WILLIAM D. TITCOMB MATTAPOISETT, MASS. President, Junior Class Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Pledgemaster 4 Circle K 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4 Chairman, Circle K All-Star B asketball Games 2, 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1 , 2, 4 Track 1 , 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2 CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY DWICHT F. MOWERY, JR. Chemistry is the systematic study of matter, its prop- erties and transformations. Since all manufacturing indus- tries must start with some form of matter for the fabrica- tion of their finished products, the science of chemistry is fundamental to all industries. Thus the need for chemists is ever increasing. The advent of the space and atomic ages, as well as the tremendous strides in medical research, has produced many challenges which must be met by chem- ists. The Chemistry Department is responding to these and many other challenges by providing fundamental courses to all students at the Institute, as well as offering for the chemistry student a curriculum designed to give a solid foundation in the fundamental principles of chemistry. It also provides for sufficient training in laboratory techniques to form a basis for specialized work. This program, which includes courses in the fundamental sciences of mathematics and physics, prepares the chemis- try student for graduate school, industry, teaching, or re- search. PAUL C. COOPER ATTLEBORO, MASS. American Chemical Society 3, 4 Chemistry Club 3, 4 Glee Club 2 I. S. O. 3 Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, 4 PETER F. DcCOSTA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. American Chemical Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec.-Treas. 3, 4 Glee Club 2 Newman Club 2, 3 I. S. O. 3 Dean ' s List 3, 4 JOSEPH A. LIMA EAST TAUNTON, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4 American Chemical Society 3, 4 Chemistry Club 2 Glee Club 2, 3 Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3 DONALD M. SCHELL NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. American Chemical Society 3, 4 Chemistry Club 3, 4 DONALD j. SWAN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. ZALMAN RONEN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. American Chemical Society 3, 4 I. S. O. 3, 4 Dean ' s List 3, 4 TEXTILE DESIGN JAMES L. CIBLIN ' Fflstte DESIGN GRAPHIC ARTS ROBERT C. BOOTH The Graphic Art course consists of a curriculum which emphasizes the flexibility of advertising as an important tool in doing the preliminary work of selling, market research, and the study of theme, layout, media, design, color, and illustration. The program is concerned with the study of problems relevant to advertising and selling. In addition, it attempts to provide for the best utilization of the Institute ' s business and art resources by students who plan a career in maga- zine and newspaper advertising, illustration, photography, salesmanship, or research as applied to advertising. The Class of 1962 includes the first Graphic Art majors to be graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. STANLEY J. DcVOYD NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Mainstay, Editor Dean ' s List 4 SHAUNEEN S. GOCCIN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3 Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2 I. F. C. 2, 3 Mainstay WILLIAM HOWARD MARCINSON NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 3, 4 Jazz Society 2, 3 Golf 3, 4; Captain 4 RICHARD j. MELLO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tech Talk 2, 3, 4; Assistant Photography Editor 4 Mainstay, Photography Editor Loomskill Co. Scholarship Dean ' s List 1 CARLTON W. NICKERSON, Jr. NORTH WESTPORT, MASS. Mainstay, Art Editor Dean ' s List 4 RICHARD E. SANTOS NEW BEDFORD, MASS. President, Freshman Class Tech Talk 3, 4; Art Editor 4 Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 JOHN ARTHUR SHEFFIELD NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tech Talk 2, 3, 4; Photography Editor 4 Mainstay, Assistant Photography Editor MARGOT NEUCEBAUER BEVELYN RAMALHETE TEXTILE DESIGN AND FASHION The aims of the Textile Design and Fashion curriculum are to provide the required technical knowledge for those concerned with the artistic and functional elements of tex- tile materials. For the styling, designing, and development of fabrics and textures, it includes such courses as applied textile design, theories and practical studies in textile manu- facturing, graphic arts, and further studies in the history of art, drawing, and painting. In addition, complete projects are required whereby the students create and execute their own original fabric and apparel designs. CYNTHIA ROSE BARROS NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Head Cheerleader 3 Tech Talk 2, 3; Art Editor 3 Jazz Society 2 LILLIAN BARSTOW CROWELL ELIOT, MAINE Tech Talk 2, 3, 4; Layout Editor 3, 4 I. S. O. 3, 4 Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Protestant Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer, Freshman Cluss Dean ' s List 1, 2 Yearbook Scholarship New York Alumni Scholarship LINDA PRESTON VALLEY MATTAPOISETT, MASS. Tech Talk 1, 1, 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 3 Jazz Society 3 A. A. T. T. 3 Mainstay PATRICIA M. WRIGHT NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 Cheerleader 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4 Tech Talk 2, 4 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LENINE M. GONSALVES Electrical Engineering is concerned with the generation and utilization of electrical energy. A firm command of mathematics and of the basic sciences is important to all electrical engineering students. Today, the demand is for the engineer who, at times, must become a scientist search- ing for the fundamentals necessary for engineering develop- ment. This program provides a background in many areas. Through the use of laboratories, the student acquires famil- iarity with the tools he will use. Professional subjects are then introduced which integrate the knowledge of the sciences into applied theory. These include computer cir- cuitry, communication and information theory, circuit theory, and energy conversion. ALBERT CARVALHO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tech Talk 2 Camera Club 2; President Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4 A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 3, 4 Dean ' s List 2, 3 J. C. Rhodes Scholarship EDWARD E. CHMIEL NEW BEDFORD, MASS. A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 1, 2, 3, 4 Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4 Tech Talk 1, 2, 3 I. F. C. 3, 4 Camera Club 2 Newman Club 1 , 2, 3 Chairman, Senior Fund Raising Committee RAYMOND E. DEXTRAZE NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 3, 4 Nu Beta Tau 3, 4 Dean ' s List 3, 4 ALBERT H. HARACZ, JR. MIDDLEBORO, MASS. A. I. E. E. — I. R. E., 2, 3, 4 Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4 ROLAND J. LaBOSSIERE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4 A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 2, 3, 4 Freshman Math Award Alumni Association Scholarship Student Council Scholarship NORMAND E. LAVICNE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 2, 3, 4 Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN F. LOPES FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Tech Talk 1, 2 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2 Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4 Chairman, Pumpkin Prom 4 A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman, Valentine Ball 4 Chairman, National Electronics Week Vice-President, Sophomore Class Circle K 2 I. F. C. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 Chairman, Senior Week Committee Glee Club 1, 2 Alumni Association Scholarship Student Council Activities Award A. I. E JAMES A. STAHLEY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Tech Talk 1, 2 Camera Club 2; Treasurer Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 E. — I. R. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2 City of New Bedford Scholarship State of Massachusetts Scholarship Revere Copper and Brass Co. Scholarship CAROL ANN TENCZAR ACUSHNET, MASS. A. I. E. E. — I. R. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4 Tech Talk 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Manager 3, 4 Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Activities Award Revere Copper and Brass Co. Scholarship TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY " «.«s m ■ ' ■ " ' ' • ' ■■ w % S j ii mJMRtP ' - ' ■ ' ■ : ■■■ » foNr T dPlMWr TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY JAMES L. CIBLIN The Textile Technology program is designed to prepare students for careers in one of the various fields of textile manufacturing; that is, yarn and fabric development, selling, testing, converting, research, or production. The student, at first, pursues such courses of study as mathematics, statistics, physics, engineering drawing, chem- istry, and machine shop process. He is then gradually in- troduced to the fundamental stages of textiles. As the scope of the student broadens, more advanced stages of textile technology are presented. Some of these advanced courses include cotton yarn preparation, weaving, fabric analysis, designing, physical test- ing, microscopy, knit technology, and textile finishing and dyeing. ROGER C. BAVOUX NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Alumni Association Scholarshiu MICHAEL j. BARBER TAUNTON, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Treasurer 4 I. F. C. 3; Vice-President A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2 VERNON R. BERRY RAYNHAM, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Circle K 3, 4 Treasurer, Senior Class A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Mainstay 3, 4 Jazz Society 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 4 PETER E. BIRKNES NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 4 Basketball 1 RAYMOND j. BIRON MATTAPOISETT, MASS. A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2 Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4 Hatch Key Award Gordon Smith Scholarship Baseball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 JAMES E. BROWNELL NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4; President 4 I. F. C. 2, 3 Dean ' s List 3 City of New Bedford Scholarship JOSEPH C. CARREIRO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Nu Beta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2 Tech Talk 1, 2, 3, 4; Advertising Manager 3, A. A. T. T. 3, 4; Secretary Dean ' s List 2, 3 Chemstrand Co. Scholarship RAYMOND GOSSELIN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Circle K 2 Glee Club 2 Soccer 2 RICHARD C. GREENWOOD NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 J. MICHAEL HANNON NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Tech Talk 3, 4 Mainstay Track 1, 2 PAUL j. JARUSIK NEW BEDFORD, MASS. A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Jazz Society 2 WILLIAM A. PARTRIDGE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. JOHN TIMOTHY REGAN NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Vice-President, Freshman Class Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 NORMAND MARCEL SAVARIA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Jazz Society 2 JAMES P. SIEDLISKI SHIRLEY, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Newman Club 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 13Sfc Mk CEORCE W. SNOW, Jr. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2 STANLEY WESOLY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. A. A. T. T. 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 3 TEXTILE CHEMISTRY TEXTILE CHEMISTRY FRANCIS TRIPP JOSEPH T. CALLAGHAN, Jr. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. C. 2, 3, 4 Everett P. Hinckley Award United Merchants Scholarship KAUSHIK K. SHAH INDIA BRIAN S. WISHNEFSKY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. TEXTILE MANUFACTURING ■ .-•■-...•. - . - The Textile Manufacturing course, of three-years dura- tion leading to a diploma, is specifically designed to equip the student with the technical and practical background necessary for one to enter one of the various fields of textile manufacturing; that is, fabric production, converting, selling, and testing. The student is thoroughly instructed in both the theo- retical and practical phases of picking, carding, drawing, and weaving. This work, along with designing and cloth analysis, is introduced in the first year, and the scope is gradually broadened through the second and third years. The blend- ing of natural and man-made fibres of cotton, wool, worsted, and rayon is considered. In the third year, the student studies the processing of rayon, nylon, dacron, and other continuous filaments. ROY F. BARTH NEW BEDFORD, MASS. EARL W. HEBERT FAIRHAVEN, MASS. CARLOS LIM PHILIPPINES Phi Psi Beta 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 4 Soccer 3, 4 I. S. O. 2, 3, 4 RUSSELL K. MARCHANT NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. T. T. 4 Jazz Society 2 RONALD PACHECO NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Secretary, Senior Class Phi Psi Bet 1; Secretary 2, 3 A. A. T. T. 2; Corr. Secretary 3 I. S. O. 2, 3; Secretary 3 I. F. C. 2 Soccer, Manager 2, 3 RAMAKRISHNA RAJENDRAN INDIA Phi Psi Beta 2, 3 I. S. O. President 2, 3 Circle K 3 A. A. T. T. 2, 3 I. F. C. 3 FOROZ M. MAZAHERI IRAN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HOWARD C. TINKHAM The Mechanical Engineering program at the Institute is designed to equip its graduates with the basic scientific principles necessary to enable them to accept responsibilities in the broad field of mechanical engineering. This field in- cludes branches such as research, development, product and project engineering, design engineering, and sales and ser- vice engineering. Courses in metallurgy, mechanics, strength of materials, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, vibrations, and electrical engineering, all fundamental to his engineering background, form the core of the program along with the necessary cal- culus and differential equations. A laboratory program which includes design and en- gineering laboratory experiments provides a correlation be- tween theoretical principles and their application to en- gineering problems; while manufacturing processes, machine shop laboratory, plant layout, and tool design give the stu- dent an understanding of problems encountered in the manu- facture of finished products. ROBERT C. BOWER NEW BEDFORD, MASS. M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT H. LADINO NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4 ROBERT MEUNIER NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 4 NORMAN F. MULLINS BARRINCTON, R. I. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2; Vice-Pres. 4 Alumni Association Scholarships JAMES J. MURRAY, Jr. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3 CARL EDWARD OSTLER LAKEVILLE, MASS. Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4 M. E. Club 3, 4 A. I. E. E. 2, 3 PAUL P. SILVA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN VIEIRA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; President 3 M. E. Club 2, 3, 4 ACCREDITATION New Bedford Tech reached the pinnacle of academic achievement, when on De- cember 8, 1961 at the annual meeting of the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, an official an- nouncement was made that New Bedford Tech had been unanimously approved as a member of the Association. The recognition by the educational agency and the resulting national accredi- tation provide a considerable degree of prestige for the institution. FRATERNITIES AND ■Vi • ■ i w " ' V ■ SORORITY iKJ.-T . TV H ' ■■»■. ■ ■ • ■ - 38 ■ ■ ' ■ ' - . ' .-.■■ ' ■■■ ' " ■■ ' ■■■■■■ ' ■ " -■••■■• HHWWMB ■ ' ■■■■ ' • ' ■ - ' DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY Delta Kappa Phi is one of the oldest pro- fessional fraternities in America. Its pur- pose is mainly one of service to the student and to the school. The fraternity encourages high scholas- tic standards from its members in every field of study in addition to active partici- pation in sports and social activities. It is the aim of Delta Kappa Phi to pro- vide industry and the business world with men of high caliber and executive potential. NU BETA TAU Nu Beta Tau Fraternity is the youngest fraternity at New Bed- ford Tech, having received its charter in 1958. At that time, the charter members realized the need for a purely social fraternity with no professional affiliations. On this basis, Nu Beta Tau was founded. Nu Beta Tau was the first fraternity in this area to substitute " Help " for " Hell " Week for pledges. This innovation has been well-received both here at school and in the surrounding communities. Non-profit organizations such as St. Mary ' s Home, the New Bedford Boys ' Club, and the Y. M. C. A. here derived the benefits of the pledges ' labors during Help Week. One of the social functions sponsored by the fraternity is the annual Pumpkin Prom held around Hallowe ' en. In addition, the fraternity holds monthly smokers for its members, along with sea- sonal parties for members and their guests. PHI PSI FRATERNITY Phi Psi Fraternity was founded at the Philadelphia College of Textile Engineering in 1903. Beta Chapter, here at Tech, was or- ganized in 1904. The aims of the fraternity are to promote good fellow- ship, social intercourse, mutual advancement of its members and the art of textile manufacturing. Phi Psi Fraternity is the largest professional fraternity of its kind with ten active chapters and twelve alumni chapters extending along the Atlantic Coast. Phi Psi is now in the process of start ' ing alumni chapters in India and in Ecuador. During the year, the members acquired a new fraternity house. Among the events of the year were " open houses " for prospective new members and " twist " parties, as well as visits by the Grand Council President and the Treasurer. KAPPA SIGMA PHI SORORITY Kappa Sigma Phi originated in 1943 at the Philadelphia Textile Institute. A chap- ter of the sorority was formed here at the Institute in 1949. Its purpose is to pro- mote the goal of knowledge, sincerity, and fraternity. Each of the members is dedi- cated to assisting her sisters in attaining social and educational development. The Bernice Arenberg Memorial Schol- arship Award, an inter-fraternity award for the highest academic average, is now the permanent possession of Kappa Sigma Phi after having been won for three consecu- tive years. A faculty luncheon, as well as a cake sale, are annual projects sponsored by the sorority. In October, the sorority members hold an " Open House " to become acquaint- ed with prospective members. I +± f ' % V j af n SI m " ' ' " ■i J afei 3 • i-jijhyp ' 2 ' 1 •M| kOT I MA ill ] ► i n ' - . ■ i OTHHA 1 1 1 Zfl| Vri TT ! T 1 w7 ORGANIZATIONS ■ H i TiT Ttfi wfi rinv ill % ' ■.■ ' ■■ ' ■ ' . WW Jii JLMll jU UET ■- -■•-;•■ ■■-•-. - • ; . • • H . NEW BEDFORD TECH WOMEN ' S CLUB The lew Bedford Tech Women ' s Club was formed this year with the purpose of becoming a sorority in the near future. Its members feel that with the growth in the number of female students at Tech, one sorority is not enough to accommodate all. Therefore, the officers have been hard at work drawing up a consti- tution and taking other steps necessary to form such a group. YEARBOOK STAFF It takes a lot to produce a Yearbook — especially one on time — a few of the qualities are, hustle, cooperation, and most of all, there is needed, the vital spark of enthusiasm. Without this quality, the Mainstay Year- book would certainly have floundered to a fatal finish. Gathered on this page are the members of the Mainstay Staff, who through their determina- tion and enthusiasm have made this Yearbook possible. And so in this moment of reflection, I wish to thank not only this group, but also the entire class for the cooperation they gave when it was needed. The Editor. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is a unique organization at New Bedford Tech. Its primary purpose is to formulate student opinion. The Council also serves as a liaison between the student body and the faculty and adminis- tration. The Council is composed of the four class officers from each of the classes. The officers of the Council are elected from its membership. This is the first year that the president of the Junior Class does not automatically become the presi- dent of the Council. With the new constitution now in effect, the president can be any member who has served on the Council for at least one semester. This is to assure that the president will be familiar with the functions of the Council. Each year the Student Council receives a $10 ac- tivities fee from each student. With this money, the Council makes allotments to the four classes and to student organizations desiring financial aid. The Council sponsors such well-known annual functions as the Welcome-Back Banquet and the Fare- well Dance. THE NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a Catholic organization found only in non- secular colleges. Its goal is to promote the furtherance of Catholic education on the college level and also to inspire the teachings of Christ to Catholic students. At New Bedford Tech, these aims are accomplished by means of lectures on Christianity and various elements of the Faith by prom- inent professional laymen. While this is not a social group, there is a traditional annual post-Lenten dance. Other activities include an annual Communion breakfast in the spring, as well as sponsorship of some cultural activity during the academic year. PROTESTANT FELLOWSHIP The aim of the Protestant Fellowship is to bring about Christian fellowship through worship, cultural achievement, and social activity. During the course of the year, the group invites guest speakers, forms panels, and engages in discussions. In addition, the Fellowship attends worship services and participates in occasional field trips. TECH TALK Tech Talk is the official publication of the student body of the New Bedford Institute of Technology. Its purposes are: to keep the student body well-informed on school happenings and other affairs of interest; to provide for the student a medium for expression of opinions; to encourage the practice of the use of the English language, and thereby to establish a familiarity with its use to provide an opportunity for the student to participate in a business-like organization; to pro- vide an outlet for expression; and to provide an or- ganization for the journalistically inclined. Tech Talk offers a variety of opportunities: a chance to assume responsibility for those who might become editors; the possibility of meeting faculty mem- bers, trustees, or leading citizens through interviews; the chance to meet people in various and diverse business while working on the advertising staff. AATT The American Association of Textile Technologists was organized by textile students who felt that there was a great need to supp lement their education while attending college. The aims of the American Association of Textile Technologists are: to encourage, in the broadest and most liberal manner, the advancement of textile technology in all its branches; to promote interchange of profes- sional knowledge among members of this association and between this association and other technical societies, associations and organizations; to stimulate fraternal intercourse among technologists; to promote means for the diffusion of the knowledge of textile technology; and to consider the establishment and promulgation of standards. The program that the A. A. T. T. club offers to textile students here at Tech includes field trips, training films, dinner meetings, and lectures by well-known figures in the field of textile technology. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club was organized in 1958 and has since become a most popular organization The club takes part in numerous programs throughout the year, both at Tech and at civic events. The highlights in the Glee Club ' s schedule are Christmas carolling, presentation of a Christmas pro- gram, an appearance during Music Week, and participation in the commencement exercises. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CLUB The Business Management Club was formed in May of 1961. The club limits membership to students of Business Administration who are majoring in Management. Its size makes possible informal group discus- sions, as well as luncheon meetings with local business leaders. In its first year, the club was selected to organize and coordinate the activities of the Area Opportunity Employment Conferences in conjunction with the Placement Office and the Department of Business Administra- tion. These conferences were designed to acquaint senior students with area businessmen and the employment possibilities with the State and Federal governments. National affiliation with the American Management Association is planned. LIBRARY ft : Jm ' ..31 si w ii - Dedication of HERMAN BISHAN ' S Audio - Visual Room CLAIRE RILEY — Librarian The " Chem Club " is made up of student affiliates of the Ameri- can Chemical Society. It is devoted not only to the academic, but also to the professional development and advancement of the chem- istry student. The club ' s activities include industrial tours and lectures by businessmen, by faculty members, and by graduate students here at the Institute. With the increased enrollment of chemistry students, the organi- zation looks forward to even more participation and activity. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY AIEE IRE The American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers, Joint Student Branch, was formed in the spring of 1960. Prior to this time, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, started in 1954, was the only professional engineering organization represented at the Institute. The aims of the Joint Branch are to keep the student engineer abreast of the developments in his field and to further his professional education by sponsoring field trips and providing guest speakers. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION The International Student Organization was formed in 1960 through the efforts of a group of foreign and American students. Its slogan is " peace and friendship through mutual understanding. " The aims and ideals of this organization are: to promote goodwill and friendship among students from all nations, at Tech as well as in the New Bedford community; to sponsor educational cultural, social, and athletic events; and to help the incoming foreign students in finding apart- ments and summer jobs, and in assisting them with any other orientation problems while attending New Bedford Tech. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CLUB The Mechanical Engineering Club was founded for the purpose of furthering the knowledge and education of the engineering student. Its objectives are to obtain a broader perspective in engineering; to create a closer relationship between the students and industry; to attain a closer correlation between theory and practice; and to provide opportunities for engineering students to participate in social activities. I. F. C. The Inter-Fraternity Council was instituted in 1947, when the two fraternities, Phi Psi and Delta Kappa Phi, and the sorority, Kappa Sigma Phi, realized there was a strong need for a joint governing body to settle any differences that might arise. In 1958, a new member was added to the Council when Nu Beta Tau fraternity received its charter. With the addition of this new mem- ber, the present constitution was drawn up, incorporating a new code of ethics for the Council members to follow. It is the primary aim of the I. F. C. to promote better relations among all of its members and to ensure cooperation between the sorority and fraternities in their relationship with the faculty, students, and public, in general. CIRCLE K CLUB ■ MMM All] 1 f [ 1 M " sn NM«MaJi The Circle K Club is an international service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis International. The aims of the club are to develop leader- ship and confidence, and to encourage young men to serve their college and community. Circle K donates its services in sponsoring, each year, Parents ' Night, a get-together for freshmen and their parents with the faculty. The club also provides for an annual athletic scholarship. The achievements of the Circle K have gained recognition for the club from both students and the administration SPORTS 8P hSuE $ $. MR ■ " i ■ ESS WW SUrals oWyass ' hmSeScL ■ ■ t ' . y B»Bre 1 BASKETBALL The 1961-62 the team and Tech starters, the predic " rebuilding season. ' 8 out of 1 games, spots, Tech hustled Bruce Violante and a game, Tech kept basketball season was a pleasant surprise for both rooters. With a shortage of height and two freshmen tion was that Tech would have to suffer through a But the Whalers broke fast and captured the first Although short under the boards and green in few their opponents off the floor with fast breaks. With John Pacheco pouring through an average of 19 points hot, ending the season with a fine 13-8 record. BASEBALL TEAM The 1962 New Bedford Tech baseball team, under the direction of Coach John Regan, is a talented squad spiced with many returning veter- ans of past campaigns. Warm southern weather was the setting for the team ' s first action on the annual southern tour as the Tech nine defeated Richmond Pro- fessional Institute twice, before losing games to Campbell College, Atlantic Christian College, and Randolph -Macon College by narrow margins. These successive losses give little indication of the team ' s potential, as Coach Regan substituted his reserves regularly. Seniors Vern Berry and " Rip " Regan proved to be big assets to the Tech nine as these 4-year veterans hit and fielded very well. Underclassmen expected to aid Vern and " Rip " as the season progresses are: Captain Johnny Trznadel, Danny DaLuz, Leonel Bourassa, Bob Parker, |ohn Pacheco, George Pires, Don Duilio, Ron Ponte, Dick Lafferriere, Butch Scallione, Hawthorne Rossi, Bobby Santos, and Jim Stott. SOCCER George Pires performed masterfully in defense of the goal slot, strong with his two compatri- ots, Dave Fernandes and John Charves as full- backs who would hurl their bodies in defense of the net. At the half slot, John Pacheco, Leonel Bourassa, and Bill Titcomb notably set up many plays for the line proving that theirs was the key position. Last, but not least, was the line with such outstanding sons of Mercury as Bill Butler, Ronnie Ponte, Eddie Sylvia, Johnny Trznadel, and Freshman jimmy Stott. The Whalers will bounce back again next year but without the valuable assistance of Dave Fernandes, Eddie Sylvia, and Bill Titcomb, which will prove to be a great loss to the team. Fortunately, however, there will be many prom- ising Freshmen returning, ready to do battle amongst themselves for these open positions. With a lot of practice and training under the old warrior. Coach Cloutier, they may surpass these out-going giants and continue to make New Bedford Tech THE team to beat " Coals, goals, and more goals " was the battle cry this season for New Bedford Tech ' s Soccer team, and goals they got, scoring 52 cannon shots and having only 15 scored against them in 1 4 games. The Whalers of Tech had one of the best, if not the best, soccer seasons of its existence here at the Institute, compiling a 13 win, 1 loss record and capturing for the third consecutive season, the Colonial Intercollegiate Soccer League Championship. The team had compiled a tremendous string of 36 wins in three years without being defeated and they were ranked, according to a Boston newspaper, as third in the entire nation. As the team ' s strength grew, they obtained a game with Howard University of Washington, D. C , undisputed No. 1 in the nation. Unfor- tunately, they proved to be too strong for our team that day and Tech registered its first loss in 37 games. CHEERLEADERS Composed of a spirited group of girls, the New Bedford Tech cheering squad is selected in the fall of each year. The squad undertakes such projects as making uniforms, painting signs, decorating the gym, and planning rallies. Long hours of planning, practice, and drill are the code of the cheerleaders as they strive for pep and accuracy. Through rallies and enthusiastic cheering at the games, the cheerleaders back the athletic teams and boost the school spirit of the student body. .«v ■hi ■■■■up ' Tin sr i a-i ' « SrJ . ' " Vw 3 ' flfP P " VfW I «i ■-■ : : _I- J i 1! Ill 4ftp ' »WR! " ,f " ! »f ' • K " -r . t iG J Cm " " • " Wt II M TENNIS The 1962 New Bedford Tech tennis team appears to be one of the strongest teams in the area. Tech has five of its players back from last ear ' s championship team. In addition, we have added two new freshmen vvho have proven themselves to be top-notch contenders. In the first match this year, Tech smashed a strong Stonehill team 8 - 1 , with Tech winning all the single matches and losing only one doubles match. Tech is now looking forward to the NAIA Conference Tournament at Bridgewater where we hope to bring home the title. 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Centracchio 47 Berkley St. Compliments of 1Q0919 and 1Q6366 Stanley DeVoyd Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fredette, Sr. Ma ' s Donut Shop Ma Raffa ' s Restaurant and Drive-In Mister " A " Mac ' s Soda Bar Sconticut Neck Road, Fairhaven Ashley Boulevard Chevron Shore Drive Tastee Freez A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Barber ' Please Patronize Our oAdvertisers This page is dedicated to the following parents of graduating seniors, who graciously gave their financial help to make this yearbook a success. We, the Senior Class of 1962, sincerely, thank you. Mr. Philip G. Silva 6 Sears St. New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Siedliski 36 Rodman Avenue Shirley, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Haracz 1214 Plymouth Street Middleboro, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Parker E. Kane 525 Cottage Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Chasse 282 Phillips Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Chase 200 Brownell Street New Bedford, Mass. Mrs. Gladys Stahley 934 Pleasant Street New Bedford, Mass. 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Mr. and Mrs. John Vieira 153 Aquidneck Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Jacintho Fernandes 493 Belleville Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Chmiel 143 Wood Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest LeBlanc 101 Nye Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hannon 159 Brooklawn Court New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McNamara 250 Chancery Street New Bedford, Mass. ' Please Patronize Our cAdvertisers Parents (Cont.) John F. Alves 132 Central Avenue New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Fredette 25 Richfield Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Valley Long Plain Road Mattapoisett, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dastis 575 Union Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Rudyard K. Mullins 126 Promenade Street Barrington, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Barber 20 Bresbrey Avenue Taunton, Mass. Mrs. Angelina Lopes 200 Washington Street Fairhaven, Mass. Helen Jarusik 138 Rockland Street New Bedford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Bavoux 66 Norman Street New Bedford, Mass. C. C. Schell Division Road South Westport, Mass. Henry Ladino 18 Downie Street No. Dartmouth, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tenczar 24 Saucier Street Acushnet, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lawrence 32 Wamsutta Avenue Acushnet, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Titcomb Acushnet Road Mattapoisett, Mass. CARREIRO LAGESSE, INC. Marine Machinists, Welding, Forging, Fabricating and Heavy Equipment Service 141 Front St. — New Bedford, Mass. — Tel WY 2-5134—2-2896 of New Bedford MEN ' S AND WOMEN ' S APPAREL 562-566 Pleasant Street New Bedford, Mass. THE BROWNE PH ARMACY 41 Centre Street — Fairhaven, Mass. The place to meet your friends — Toiletries, Sundrys, Fountain Service, Complete Prescription Service — Free delivery service Please Patronize Our oAdvertisers j Compliments of ! THE DIPPER CAFE SHA and BUTT GOOD LUCK ! Class of ' 62 j DANNY ' S AUTO BODY, Inc. 223 KEMPTON STREET New Bedford, Mass. j | WHITE ' S FAMILY RESTAURANT 5 STATE ROAD , Westport, Massachusetts j OS 5-7185 LA FRANCE -- Jeweler Certified Gemologists — Registered Jewelers " Member American Gem Society 763 PURCHAS STREET j New Bedford, Mahs. — Phone WY 3-1137 1 Compliments of ] BRODEUR MACHINE CO. J 62 WOOD STREET New Bedford, Mass. i Compliments of j ORCHID DINER j 805 ROCKDALE AVENUE New Bedford, Mass. — Tel. WY 2-85 17 l After the game, the place to meet your J friends I | ACONN PRESS WYman 3-3928 141 HOLLY STREET New Bedford, Mass. WYman 2-9451 j SULLIVAN BROS. Men ' s, Students ' , Boys ' Aparel — f Formal Rentals f 1765 ACUSHNET AVENUE j New Bedford, Mass. ' Tel. WYman 2-5318 | C. F. CUSHING SON Leather Goods and Luggage 211 UNION STREET New Bedford, Mass. NORTH END PRINTING CO. Dependable Printing Servce i 1550 ACUSHNET AVENUE Tel. WYman 3-0697 . ' ■Please Patronize Our oAdvcrtiscrs Congratulations GLEN COAL AND OIL CO ' s. Phone WYman 6-8271 DAVE ' S DAIRY BAR 1998 Acushnet Avenue " Where Good Friends Meet " CORMIER ' S MARKET Free Delivery — Phone WY 3-1745 1980 Acushnet Avenue FRANKIE ' S BROOKLAWN SERV. STA. 2008 A cushnet Ave., cor. Howard Ave. WYman 3-6746 Compliments of WINET AUTO BODY WORKS, Inc. PEOPLE ' S SUPER MARKETS " The Best For Less " New Bedford — Dartmouth JOE ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE 86-88 Middle St., Fairhaven Tel. WY 3-8422 DON ' S INC. Automotive Pars Distributor 12 Cook St., New Bedford, Mass. KAPPA SIGMA PHI SORORITY K 2 Carolyn Eddy — President VANDER ELECTRIC AND EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 187 North Second Street AURELE ' S MACHINE SHOP General Machine Shop Service 2415 Purchase Street — New Bedford LANE DAIRY 38 Pontiac St. — WY 5-3615 New Bedford, Mass. NEW BEDFORD SHIP SUPPLY 108 Front Street New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of PHIL SILVA FAIRHAVEN FUNERAL HOME FIBRE LEATHER MFG. CORP. New Bedford, Mass. 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A FRIEND DAVIDSON ' S MEAT PRODUCTS " Mac Gregor Brand " 424 South Second Street Best Wishes from N DR. J. V. PAQUIN CORP BROTHERS, INC. Welding Equipment and Supplies 74 No. Second St. Best Wishes LOUISE FLOWER SHOP 486 Pleasant St. Compliments of N. B. I. T. BOOKSTORE Compliments of WALTER ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE STA. Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven Compliments of SUMMER PHARMACY Nauset Heights — WY 4-5741 A-l ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 36 Hathaway Rd. (cor. Nauset St.) Phone: WY 6-9217 c Plcasc Patronize Our oAdycrtisers R. W. FOSTER, INC. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Telephones WYman 2-5884 - 5-0645 Post Office Box 302 New Bedford, Mass. R. W. Foster, President Compliments of Local 215 United Textile Workers of America 746 PLEASANT STREET CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1962 EDWARD F. HARRINGTON 1 MAYOR - - CITY OF NEW BEDFORD ! 1 Compliments of Compliments of i i i PEITAVINO SILK MILL, Inc. CAPE COD J 94 SAWYER STREET SPORTSWEAR 1 ! 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