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Bailey bugle. online resource (None) 1940-1965, September 01, 1951, Image 1

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VOLUTig 12, uO. 1 BAILEY, N. C. O^TOEER, 19^1 PRICES: MONTHLY-W yEAfiLY-7^0 Seniors To Stage The Dariinq Brats' Noverribsf2,730 Jr.fTlogazine Contest flats H0^6J0;Profits,^354.95 The junior magazine sales exceeded a $1,000 goal as sales soared to $1,026.10, a profit of ^35U.95 for the class. The juniors re- cieved $0% of three niaga- aines and 30% of all otfiei’s. High salesladies irere Judy Finch with 60 and Fannie Lou Kannins with ClUl.l?. Each v/ill recieve an alligator week-end bag. One is a gift of the com pany; the other, a class award. Second place ’>vinners were Jan I'erry,^68 .^0,and Mary A, Edv/ards, $85.25. Their award will be a ticket to a State-V'ake Forest game, Third place winner, Co].- leen Hurray, $58.10, will recieve tv>ro movie tickets . CERTIFICATE UINKMtS Students selling over $p30 worth of subscriptions recieve Certificates of Achievement. They are, be sides highsaleraon, Romaine Thigpen, Joyce YJilliams, Clara Lou Stott, Barbara Lamm, Jackie Bragg, and Blues, led by Clara Lou Stott, trailed with * vrinners will be givc^n’a party. Students fey Over ^3,ocx) During Opening Days For the first twelve days each student paid out in fees and other school bills an average of 4i6.85, or a total of 1^3j786.72. These figures are based on the enrollment of 553• Last year's book has been audited, okayed, and re turned by the special au ditor. In the school year of '50 and >5l the scliool collections totaled $21,735*27. Bills paid out amounted to $.21,li685.01, leaving a ^250.26 balance, 553 Students Enrolij Gain In High School; Loss In Lov^er Grades High school registers twenty more students than last year, while grammar gi’ades list twenty less. "Never, in many years, has the enrollment in high school, 168, been as high as this year. If this an added teach- be' 'had for ne::t In the lower grades I am hoping the attendance v/ill increase and regain the teacher that has been 1 ost," states I>.!, IV, ITeaver, principal. "The Darling Brats", a comedy, has been selected by the seniors for theix* class play and will be presented November 2, at seven thirty. All funds recieved frcm the play will go to pur chase a public address system for the auditoriuir.o CHAIJiGTEItS Character roles in the play are ' supported by Doris Joyner, portraying Junebvg Johnson, the Kc'^ro cookj Lary Lou La.-im, Cynthia Darling, the oldest Darlinrfj R. 0. i-ace. Jack Kenry, the gardner; La Rue \7instead, Barbara Diirling, the younges b Darling; Percy iuurray, HiU'old Darling, the Darling boy; Mary Ann ^ iviiller, Theresa Darling, • the prettiest. Ruth Williams, Agatha Brisboe, the Darlings' aunt; Crene Finch, Rod Vinton, Cynthia's fiance; Tomms'- Glover, Spike Sperl ing, Theresa's boy friend; Rudolph I'ianning, A. Appleton Crabb, Agatha's suitor; Jean V'ells, I^U'S. Vinton, Rod's mother. GYNOx-SIS 01 STORY Cjfnthia Darling, tries to ‘get rid of Aunt Agatha. It is her wish that Aunt Agabha marry her bos5, Appleton Crabb, but the Darling Brats v;ant her to narrj^ her co\/boy sweet heart so that they may live on a ranch. Worth Talker. The k3 juniors were de- vided into tv;o groups. Reds and Blues. Lamar — continues. Finch's group, the Reds; Gt may won with $525»35. The year.

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