CLASS '51

BRAMWELL HIGH SCHOOL

Miss Edra Smith, Anita Bailey, Sallie Johnson, John Vaughan, Barbara Carter
and Betty Jo Martin '52.

Bramwell High School Class '51 Junior Class Play

 " LOVE IS TOO MUCH TROUBLE "
Junior Class Play
BRAMWELL AUDITORIUM
March 30, 1950 - 8:00 P.M.

SYNOPSIS.  The action of the play takes place in a college eating place,
affectionately known as the Poison Pot.  It is located just off the campus
of Ivy Gate College.  The time is spring, shortly before the Junior Prom.

CAST OF CHARACTERS

TOASTY, Motherly and harassed propritor of the Poison Pot: ANITA BAILEY
JOE BURKE, A college boy with troubles: JOHNNY VAUGHN
"PINKY HAMILTON, His chum, also with troubles: WARD COLE
OGDEN"OGGY" McCLOSKY, A student with a scientific theory:CHARLES CONNER
CONNIE ASHTON, College girl,"working her way through":DOROTHY WILLIAMS
EBB DUNHAM, Happy-go-lucky college girl: ANN GIBSON
FLO DUNHAM, Her sister: CHARLOTTE STURMS
SHIRLEY BRADFORD, A campus belle: BETTY ANN HARRIS
SUGAR LOU JACKSON, College girl with a southern accent: SALLY JOHNSON
MONICA BATES, A visiting high school teacher: NANCY VINCENT
MRS. J. WOTHINGTON BATES, Her mother: DOROTHY HAYTON
DR. PILSY, President of Ivy Gate College: ROY HAWKS
MISS EMILY ROSS, Dean of Women: BARBARA ANN CARTER
AND THE STAR OF THE PLAY ( Per Doug Murphy) ...........
CLIFF HAYWARD, A well-meaning visitor: DOUGLAS MURPHY

Photograph from the Bramwell High School Year Book.
( Play information furnished by Doug Murphy, BHS Class '51)

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