Tag: Roxbury High School
The Observer-Tribune reported in 1961 that Mae Call, Dramatic Coach at Roxbury High School, would direct “Send Me No Flowers,” the recent Broadway hit, at The Chester Theatre. Ann Taggart, of Parker Road, was the producer.
In 1938, the senior class of Roxbury High School presented a two-act play called “Yesterday and Tomorrow,” which was set in 1908 inside the Chester House. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune
In 1938, The Mendham-Chester Tribune announced the seven Chester graduates of Roxbury High School. They were Albert Birkmaier, Lorraine Emmons, Loretta Frageman, Katherine Jackson, Mary Ella Rademacher, Louis Shann, and Marion Terhune.
In 1956, Roxbury High School student Robert L. Greenglass of Pleasant Hill Road placed third in the yellow hybrid-ear certified seed corn category at the Seed and Grain Show in Atlantic City. Mrs. Minnie Kreuger of South Road also collected several ribbons and trophies for her prize rabbits at the Farm and Home Show. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune.