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"The Cloisfers" provided refuge from on hosiile world 'For Mrs. Paddy
lMaribelh Gientkel. Clufching Mrs, Sc:vage's feddy bear, she isolated
herself in a wall of silence. Hosfilify developed between Lilly Belle
Nicki Halioml and Senator Savage CChris Burgessl, hosfilify derived
from greed over Mrs. SGVCIQEIS money.
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Franklin audiences entered the world of the mentally ill
and came away with a greater feeling of understanding as the
Senior Class presented The Curious Savage. Directed by Mrs.
Shirley Perryman, the traditional event, in the form of a comedy,
fully lived up to the expectations of the students.
Mrs. Ethel P. Savage CElaine Stanleyj, after her husband's
death, is continually hounded by her step-children until finally
they arrange to have her put- away in "The Cloisters", a home
for the mentally ill. While there, Mrs. Savage learns not only
about herself, but also about the world in which she will resume
life. Matters reach a climax when her children, all wealthy,
corrupt successes in life, learn that their "crazy" step-mother has
wisely taken the Savage fortune out of their hands and taken it
with her to the home. Of course, "all's well that ends well," and
the play is brought to a conclusion with all three designing Sav-
ages being without money, despite their respect for wealth.
Faced with an uncertain future, scheming children, and a broken career, Mrs.
Savage, portrayed by Elaine Stanley, stood alone in a pensive mood.
On many occasions it's much easier to remain uninvolved,
and Lee Kierdorf, Bob Fixler, and Carol Beaudette did iust
that, assuming the famous see-no-evil, hear-no-evil, speak-no-
evil pose in an effort to shut out the commotion.
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