Comedy. By Margery Burns.
Cast: 6m., 7w. Sunny Sky is dying to be a cheerleader. If she doesn't make cheerleader today, her whole life could be ruined. But Sunny's mother doesn't want her practicing in the living room. Mother is in charge of the potatoes for the annual chicken dinner for 600 people. Then Dad has to take the boss out to dinner—today. A new plant manager is needed and Dad thinks he'll get the job. But Sunny's brother can't see how anyone can think of anything but the 1940 car he wants to buy. Of course, Grandma has been considering a nice new foreign sports car. Grandma is expecting the car any moment—but she's told only Connie—and Connie is expecting a call, too—any moment, from Bob. He wants Connie to elope! While Sunny rehearses frantically, messages start to come and Sunny gets them all wrong. Grandma gets Connie's message to elope tonight! Mother thinks she's put in charge of the whole dinner for 600. Dad believes he's been fired and Connie thinks she's jilted. Then Sunny comes back from tryouts, heartbroken. She can't shout, or talk. Her voice is gone. But there's a bright, romping resolution to this thoroughly enjoyable comedy. One interier set.