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THE DEAR BOY GRADUATES Farce Comedy in Four Acts Presented by Senior Class of 1923 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM May 21, 1923 CHARACTERS Clyde Walker, the Dear Boy, President of the Class, William Bones Genevieve Walker, his Elder Sister, an Alumnus who knows it all Minnie Cannaday Mamie Walker, his Little Sister, who has hopes . Beveridge Roberts Caroline Walker, his Mother, who adores her boy. .Aline Stuart Grandma Walker, his Grandmother, who has ideas of her own Alice Lowman Mrs. Mary Milton, one of his Aunts, on his Mother ' s side Daisy Nelson Helen Milton, his Country Cousin, who has plenty of “go” in her Minnie Peirce Mrs. Martha Westfield, his fashionable Aunt, on his Father ' s side Dorothy Jameson Leona Westfield, his City Cousin, who has a good opinion of of her own charms Anna Allison Bessie Moore, his Best Girl, who enjoys the fun . . . .Sena Thompson Jerusha Walker, his Old-Maid Aunt, who has a mission Elizabeth Matheney Tom Leonard, Dick Reed, Harry Duff, his Chums Marshall Runion, Henry Foglesong, Gerard Southern Prof. Whitney Jones, his Athletic Coach Robert Bunts Prof. Hudson, the High School Principal Ernest Lewey Time of Playing: About two hours. Stage properties furnished by M. W. Stevens Estate.
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Hfofeea Mr. Eckman (in Physics class) — Henry, what did we learn in last year’s Science class about Boyle’s law? Henry Foglesong (who came from Ceres, Va.) — I don’t know; I wasn’t here last year. •t Billy Cheves (running to his mother with a dead chicken) — Oh, mother, look at the goitre on this chicken’s neck. Miss Finks — Where is Gerard? Ernest Lewey- He has gone to Marion. Miss Thomas — W here is everybody? Billy Bones — Here I am. Mr. Draper — I was at Lake Side today. Mary — What did it look like? Mr. Draper It looked rather aquatic. Mary — It didn’t have any water in it, did it? Hap Sizer (looking for some small weights in Physics lab.) — Has anybody seen any young weights? Hamlet — To die — to sleep — to sleep, perchance to dream — ay, there’s the rub. Beveridge Roberts — To die — to sleep — to sleep, perchance to snore. “There are Don Juans and Beau Brummels, Spoken of in softest tones— But the one that’s mentioned these days Is the one they call Beau Jones. And if you’re seeking informa- tion About this gay Beau Jones Why, change the letters just a trifle And, behold! he is Joe Bones. Miss Chaffin — Well, Dean, how many algebra examples did you get right? Dean Creger — Just three. Miss Chaffin — Well, you cer- tainly are low down. Charles Gatewood — I want to do something clean before I die. George Crowder — Then take a bath. i ¥ % Bill Allison — I saw a house on fire yesterday and I hate the sight of fire. Alton Duncan — You’d better get used to fire, now. Alyne Hurd has the reputa- tion of throwing kisses like stringing chewing gum. Ernest Dalton stole a kiss from Anna Allison and tried to put it back.
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