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The custodians Wayne Polley, Carl Downey, Malcolm Mitchell, William Schane and Mrs. Louise Strall, matron, do a wonderful job keeping Franklin ' s halls and classrooms free of any debris. Franklin ' s secretaries, Mrs. Evelyn Pelz and Mrs. Eileen Werling, are kept very busy doing many and varied tasks. They are never too busy, however, to help students and teachers with their problems. Secretaries, Cooks, Custodians Work Hard We have LaVern Evans, Ruth Brennan, Elsie Ecen- barger, Esther Helmke, Helen Henry, Virginia Hop- per, Hilda Harmeyer and Alma Uetrecht to thank for our delicious and nourishing meals. Every day they plan luncheons for about 900 people which in- clude teachers and pupils. Preparing food for this many people is certainly not a small job.
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Football Games Prove Exciting ior Spectators -1152 2? J J% 21 5 Jl 45. •3 -. 4 3 . I n 41 43 47 5l 36 After a slow start the Chiefs of ' 64 recovered amaz- ingly to become the first team in Franklin football history to win four straight games and they did it by very impressive scores. They played good hard ball and their spirit was as high as some of their scores. This year ' s Franklin Chiefs rolled to an impressive 4-1-1 record. The team won the last four games of the season to become the first varsity team in Franklin ' s football his- tory to win four games in one season. They worked hard every night during the school week and played pad-cracking games. The team finished third in the city league and missed a shot at the championship by only one-half game. They played and practiced in rain, snow, and mud, and yet no one complained as the team spirit remained at razor edge through out the entire season. Football Results Weisser Park T Northwood L Lakeside W Kekionga W Portage W Harrison Hill W Pad-cracking blocks and bone crushing tackles was the way of life for the Chiefs. They had tremendous spirit and each man gave everything he had. 10
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