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Bloomfield, CT High School Alumni Notes 1921-1926 02

Bloomfield, CT High School Alumni Notes 1921-1926 02

Bloomfield High School is proud of the record made by its graduates in higher institutions of learning. Of the fifty-six graduates, eighteen have already been further. Institutions represented since leaving B. H. S. are : Morse Business College, Hartford Business Institute, New Britain Normal School, Culver Smith, Yale Summer School, Trinity College, Albany Law School, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Yale School of Drama, Columbia University, Hartford Hospital, Newark Memorial Hospital, Connecticut Agricultural College, Mt. Holyoke College and Connecticut College for Women.
John Wurdig, a graduate of the class of '22 is expecting to graduate from the Albany Law School this June. Dominic D'Engenis, '22, has finished his course at Rensselaer Tech. Arthur Olcott, '23, is in his third year at Worcester Tech. Anna Ferraresso, '23, is in her second year at Columbia University. Iantha Mansur, '24, will graduate from the New Britain Normal School in June. Harry Miner, '24, is at Storrs and is in his third year. Alberta Chace, '25, is in her second year at Mt. Holyoke, and Ernestine Vincent, '26, is in her first year in the Connecticut College for Women.
Many of our graduates have entered the large insurance firms and banks in Hartford. Some of the Alumnae have taken the training offered by the Hartford Hospital for Nurses.
And so, scattered among the leading insurance offices, banks and newspaper offices of Hartford our valiant B. H. S. graduates are fast establishing themselves as products of the first caliber. Judging from the favorable reports of their work they are to be congratulated.
ALUMNI NOTES
The first Alumni Banquet was held in the basement of the Federated Church in June, 1923. Helen Krick, President of the Class of 1923, made the plans for this first organized meeting of the Alumni, Seniors and guests. After this small beginning—Ask Harry Minor about the potato chips—there folllowed