Bio: Hogue, Bernard F. (Cudahy Principal for 25
yr. – Jun 1947)
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 24 Jul 1947
Bernard F. Hogue, principal of Cudahy High School, will round but a quarter century of faithful services as a public school administrator when the current scholastic term ends June 13, 1947.
Born and raised in Greenwood (Clark Co.), Wis., Mr. Hogue graduated from Greenwood High School, subsequently attending the University Wisconsin Milwaukee Engineering School, Milwaukee State Teachers College, and Marquette University. The educator received his E.E. Degree from Milwaukee State Teachers College and his Master's Degree from Marquette.
Coming to Cudahy in Sept. 1922, Mr. Hogue assumed the principal-ship of the Washington School, which at that time was the only full-fledged school in the city. The high school had not yet been erected and barracks were being used during the building of the Koscluszko School. Twelve years later he became principal of Cudahy High School.
Reminiscing over the past 25 years, Mr. Hogue recalls with pleasure the children who trekked to the old Washington School in the "roaring twenties," who now have youngsters of their own enrolled in the high school. The greatest satisfaction that a teacher enjoys in the education field is watching the students attain ultimate success – one thing that teachers get that cannot be measured in mere dollars and cents, the principal stated. Mr. and Mrs. Hogue and their three daughters reside at 3718 E. Allerton Ave. (From the Cudahy Reminder)
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