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Frances Jackson C President
Puny Rawlinson rr Vice-President
Lola Sue Clark C r r or r r Secretary
Patsy Powell or Reporter
J. C. White .oooo , , r e,ooo Sergeant-at-Arms
Mrs. D. W. Crain e,ooee ooeooe r 7 ooeoeooleoo Sponsor
For twenty-three years the purpose of Ko-Jo-Kai has been to stimulate social activity, create
a closer feeling of loyalty and friendship to the school, and develop a bond of love and fellowship
among its members. Membership, based on personality, high ideals, moral character, and ability
to adjust to the college environment, is limited to twenty.
This year, under the sponsorship of Mrs. D. W. Crain, the outstanding fall activities were the
presentation of two fall pledges and a dinner held in November.
Spring activities were the formal presentation of seven spring pledges, a dinner in February,
a picnic at State Park in March, and climaxing the year was the annual spring banquet for
members and their guests.
White Rawlinson Jackson Clark Newkirk
Luck Powell Morris Roberson
Thrash Smith Burns Welch Riggs Rampy Tabor”