Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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Page 9 text:

11 emnriam illllr. Ennis QI. mvtzvl A "pioneer" from the "barrack room days", Mr. Louis R. Wetzel came to Pulaski High School in l935 and taught biology throughout his service here. During that time his zeal, his thoughttulness, and his genial good humor endeared him to his students and earned him the respect of his colleagues. He was born in Gillette, Wisconsin, where he received his primary and secondary education. Mr. Wetzel was a graduate of Wisconsin State College and Marquette University, where he earned his master's degree. He taught at Sheboygan Falls prior to coming to Pulaski.

Page 8 text:

Administration Clayton R. Francke Prinripal Civilization depends upon the mutual understanding and regard of human beings. Society stands or falls with our willingness or ability to get along with one another. Each needs society and society needs all. No one is sufficient unto himself. Harmonious living for and with others requires that people get rightly related one to another. Everyone, as he grows into adult life, must find a peaceable connection with the rest of the human family and be- come an integral part of the whole. This is a vital problem faced by every youth. Since our generation is growing up in an unprecedented whirlpool of social and scientific change, Pulaskians must and do accept the challenge of exerting a powerful influence in the healthy social growth of our community. We are proud of the many fine achievements of Pulaski students as they reflect a wholesome influence on the attitude toward youth everywhere. A. L. Showers Vice-Principal By nature, man has always recognized the need .to overcome the darkness by seeking the light of knowledge. Our education cannot be to us a true light, unless we shall find it reflected back upon us again and again through the benefits that our own learning has brought to others. Unless our work is done conscientiously and well, with the idea that it is always the right of the individual to be himself and to have that which is unique within him respected, but without forgetting that no one should so live that he interferes with the rights of others, we are not working for the best in education. Dur- ing his high school days, a student should learn to know both: the rare satisfaction that comes as the result of discovering and developing many of his own latent powers and the deep consciousness that in this atomic age no man can live alone. The helpful and worthwhile things that emanate from us mark us as genuine students, members of a group that will bring honor to ourselves as individuals and to our school.



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