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Mr. Roland E. Cook T HE Pioneer Staff wishes to dedicate this page as an ex¬ pression of appreciation to Mr. Roland E. Cook, Superintendent of Roanoke County Schools. Andrew Lewis High School is proud of the distinction which he has attained in educational affairs. He was elected president of The Virginia Education Association for a term of two years at the Annual Convention in Richmond in Novem¬ ber. Commenting on his election, The Virginia Journal of Education designates him as “one of the outstanding superintendents of the State.” We are glad that Mr. Cook’s capacity for fine leadership is recognized abroad as well as at home. He has also served as vice president of District M for two terms. Having received his early education as well as having taught in the schools of the county, Mr. Cook has ever had the interests of the boys and girls of Salem and Roanoke County close to his heart, during the thirty years of his superintendency. A man, extremely modest as to his own merits, exceedingly human, yet resolute and vigorous when the occasion demands, he is greatly admired by those who know him. Both student and teacher feel free to approach him with their problems because they find in him sympathetic under¬ standing. Mr. Cook is indeed worthy of admiration.
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THE PIONEER Seniors ANOTHER June, and Seniors, the 1937 Class, going forth from -7 A Andrew Lewis. Like the pieces of a puzzle we have not yet found the places which we are to fill in Life. We are not quite smoothed to the beauty of form for portraying the future of our country in time and deeds. This, for us, is a step forward into a world full of complex situations that require infinite knowledge, enlightenment, and wisdom. Our school life has given us, to some extent, all these. Experience will supply the finishing touches. Those who watch expect us to follow the gleam. Other classes which have gone before challenge us. Lor us—they need have no fear. The time will come when we shall grasp the torch of progress flung into our hands. May we hold it high and may we accomplish! —Margaret Trent 14
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