Tag: Nancy Sturzenegger


This Week in Chester History…

More than 400 people attended the Talent Show at West Morris Regional High School in 1960. The show benefited the Foreign Student Exchange Fund. Gail Ardin and Nancy Sturzenegger won first prize for their version of “I Can’t Say No,” from Oklahoma. The winners were determined by an audiometer, which measured audience reactions. Source: Observer-Tribune


This Week in Chester History…

The Observer-Tribune reported that Nancy Sturzenegger held a swimming party and buffet supper for 24 other female graduates of West Morris Regional High School’s class of 1961. Party-goers were from Chester, Mendham, Washington Valley, Long Valley, Flanders, and Hackettstown.


This Week in Chester History…

The Observer-Tribune¬†reported that Gail Ardin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Ardin of Hillside Road, would serve as the Women’s Club’s delegate to the Douglass College Citizen Institute for Girls. The alternate delegate was Nancy Sturzenegger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Sturzenegger. Both women were juniors at West Morris Regional High School.