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WE NOMINATE



Chester Ralph Slroup, 34-year old principal of
the Nassau Street School, whose insistence upon a
"positive approach" in matters educational has
stamped him as one of the leaders in his field in
the State of New Jersey. Widely recognized for
his work with basic plans of study, Stroup this
past week, in lecturing before the P.T.A. of the
Borough's Elementary Schools, bolstered the con-
viction that the nation's first lines of defense are
hinged on its schools, that education is a means to
an end, rather than an end in itself.

Born in the hard-coal town of Kulpmont, Pa-,
the same day his father was elected mayor of
Kulpmont, Stroup began pointing for a teaching-
career long before he completed high school. At
West Chester State Teachers I College (Pennsyl-
vania), where he concentrated on the natural
sciences and social studies and earned honors in
track and dramatics, Stroup did five years of work
in four and unleashed the tremendous energy
which has become characteristic of his daily life.
Money was tight during the mid-1930's but he paid
his own wav by "playing the Philadelphia circuit"
as a swing-band trumpeter.

Nine years in Georgetown, Del., on the shoulder
of Maryland's Eastern Shore, gave Stroup a rare
insight into the "satisfaction and challenge of teach-
ing." He handled classroom and administrative

PRINCETON'S MAN



assignments throughout a 12-grade system and was
serving as a school principal when called here in
1946. In Delaware Stroup mastered the science of
cementing relationships between teacher and pupil,
between school and family, between family and
community- He experimented constantly with edu-
cational techniques in searching out methods and
procedures that would inculcate a sense of indi-
vidual responsibility as well as knowledge of the
subjects taught.

Indicative of Stroup's efforts to give Princeton
youngsters "practical experience in democracy"
has been his innovation of a student council, includ-
ing representatives of the first five grades. These
council members, the youngest of whom is six,
meet regularly under faculty guidance and take a
deep "family pride" in their school. The best pos-
sible curriculum, the most effective' training aids,
are vitally important; so are standards of play-
ground conduct, a code evolved in a democratic
atmosphere and based upon the cooperation and
understanding of the council and its constituents.

For believing implicitly that "children every-
where are wonderful;" for knowing that one of the
secrets cf education lies in sincere respect for those
being educated; for participating to the hilt in the
community life of his community; he is TOWN
TOPICS' nominee for

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Feb. 12-18, 1950



Topics of the Town



For the First Time

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Come in to See Them!



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25 Witherspoon St.



GLASSWARE

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Glasses $1.50 Doz.

Ten and 12-Oz. Highball
Glasses $1.60 Doz.

Also Other Items in
This Line



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6 Nassau St.— Tel. 2468 or 3748
FREE DELIVERY



The Best Laid Plans ... A fort-
night ago, Wellesley College alum-
nae In this area were advised that
they might hear Miss Margaret
Clapp, the president of their alma
mater, on a well-known radio pro-
gram. But the day the nationwide
broadcast was to take place, a hur-
ried recall was sounded. Dignity
had been replaced with tomfoolery,
and this card was dispatched to the
Central Jersey Wellesley Club:

"Last week we advised you that
arrangements were being complet-
ed for Miss Clapp to appear on the
'We the People' program. Today,
for reasons beyond her control
(specifically, such things as having
substituted on the hour with her a
singing mouse for an internation-
ally-known statesman), she has
withdrawn from the program."

We are still trying to find out
how the internationally - known
statesman feels about having been
dealt out on such a basis.

Sudden Death. If it is another
full decade before every metro-
politan daily (The News and the
Mirror to the tune of three-inch
headlines) front-pages a story of
a non - academic nature about
Princeton University, those respon-
sible for its well-being will think
too long. Immeasurably.



that Bunkley had placed a
ridge in one of the six chambers
and, heedless of their protests
against spinning the revolver a
Bnol time, announced, "I'll do it
bnee more." His death certificate
was written at Princeton Hospital
at 11:27.

Unnecessary tragedy had ended
a career that had, through an anti-
fascist newsletter published In
three languages by Bunkley for

the underground forces in the

Argentine, gained respect tor him
on two continents. Able far be\nnd
his years at 25, he must have found
a restlessness in life that ordinary
events on earth could nol
One postscript, as -much
thing i Ise, testitled to the fact that

his was an unlucky Ufa while 'I
lasted: when the pun went Off, II

was the first time he had | rj

it at bis head; before that, he was
aiming only at his fingers Ot his
toes.

Two Contests. School district
cliTliiins, winch have- t.-c'ived cmi

siderable space in the public |

in post-war years, have not been
highlighted by campaign state-
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ner in which assistant professor
Allison W. Bunkley died could not
but have placed the name of
Princeton in an unfavorable light.
Why he was willing to run the risk
of cutting short an already brilli-
ant and useful career is a detail
that will remain undetermined.

Upwards of half a dozen friends
were with him Saturday night as
he gave a party in his Prospect
Apartment rooms to mark his 25th
birthday. Shortly before 11 o'clock,
when he brought out a pistol and
began to demonstrate the almost
legendary game of "Russian rou-
lette." some of them found they
didn't enjoy being in a room where
firearms were providing the en-
tertainment, and left.

Others (including, police said,
17-year-old Miss Ann Eschauzier
of 46 Westcott Road> were un-



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-Town Topics. February 12 ■ 18, 1950-



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of a dozen for only 60c.
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can tell, about the only thing that
pet owners won't be able to get
through this new pet supply shop
is a full-sized hydrant: For the first
time in Princeton— and why No-
body else ever dreamed up this
- smart idea is a mystery to us— you
will now be able to buy everything
for pets "from food to flea powder"
under one roof. Traipsing from one
store to another for food, medi-
cines or leads can now be hap-
pily eliminated from your shopping,
as can trips to New Brunswick or
Trenton for items hitherto unavail-
able here.

If Bishop White, President of the
company, and his associates had
rushed into the business when they
lu^t thought about it, "The Hy-
drant" would have been an estab-
lished institution by now. However,
the delay has been to the good of
its potential customers, because the
time has been spent in intensive re-
search, study and shopping around
so that everything in the shop will
be of the highest quality Eoi the
lowest possible prices. All of the
stock, whether it be edible, play-
able, or wearable has been selected
with competent professional advice.
We'll list the supplies that will
be carried— if there's anything you
want and don't see here or in the
shop, all you have to do is request
il. Mr. White is open both to sug-
gestions and for any kind of spe-
cial ordering. We've already put in
a request for a dashing collar and
lead for our extra-special rabbit!
Frozen and canned horsemeat;
frozen or fresh beef; nationally-ad-
vertised canned foods and meals;
fish and bird food supplies; collars,
different types of leads and other
animal necessities or luxuries, in-
cluding a beautiful line in English
leather; well-tested and harmless
remedies (all veterinary-approved)
in addition to a special Hydrant
brand in medical supplies— this
should suffice to give you an idea
of the complete coverage you'll
find there.

If any of the younger generation
wade through our column, we can
hear them asking, as ours did.
"What about pets?" And we'll
quickly answer, "You'll be able to
get them too." When it comes to
dogs, "The Hydrant" will have a
special shopping service. Here too,
much time has been spent in study-
ing that field, with the result that
detailed information on the best
sources for different breeds will be
available; and arrangements can
be made for a personal escort to the
kennel of your choice. Other pets
are orderable too, presumably with
parental approval!

The shop will be under the super-
vision of Barbara Pettit, who is
particularly qualified for the job,
having grown up in the country
surrounded by pets and raising
dogs. "The Hydrant" opens Wed-
nesday, February 15, at 6 Cham-
bers Street. Additional convenience:
there will be a delivery service at
no charge for orders of $1 or more;
and regular dog food deliveries can
be scheduled. If we could bark like
a dog, purr like a cat, sing like a
canary or do whatever fish do
when they're happy, we'd do it for
them — as it is, we can only talk
like a delighted prospective cus-



Playtex "Pink Ice." If we feel
like someone who just broke a New
Year's resolution, it's because we
did. We swore after the last one
that we'd nevermore, in our un-
knowing fashion, write up another
girdle — but here we go again! Ap-
parently this newest creation by
Playtex, "Pink Ice," is in such de-
mand and offers so much to girdle-
wearers that we would be thor-
oughly remiss not to tell you it's
just arrived at both Bailey's and
—Continued on Page 9



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A LIMITED SUPPLY OF NOVELTIES

FOR THE OCCASION

Tide, Ivory Flakes, Ivory Snow, Oxydol and Dreft

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Swansdown White Cake Mix and Devils Food Mix

Combination Sale — Both for 47c

Hallmark Ready-to-Serve, Pre-Cooked Beans— pkg. 19c

Conqueror Baked Beans — 2 tins 19c — $1.10 dozen

Sunkist Fruit Cocktail— 2 large tins 69c

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— Continwd from Page 3

i iuldlng Mi.' tii- tinie of I hi

l m ■ plai . a hich seeks to limit

coloi i" certain -.hades and lo see
that exteriors conform to the basic
i ,,i r. , ai chitecture of the
are John A. Archer.
who handles its communit) rela
tions; Fulian Garnsey, the able col-
orist, and DUman M. K Smith, co-

.'. Mil Mr.

hi recent months, for example,
\-,,.,ir renovated Its restaurant
and Meyei Goldstein conferred
with directors of "Operation Nas-
- .■ 1 1 1 ■ ■ on keti hea for the exterior;
Allan Chang ol tin. new Princeton
i ea i ,,-m den followed suit before
opening on Withei spoon Street;
Edward A. Thome moved into line
ao thoroughly In his remodelling
that a Btamp ol approval was all
that was necessary; the Majarian
building on Chambers Street was
he proper type of ev.tei ioi
COloi s.heme; ETS conferred on
. hangi beihg made at 2o Nassau

lane (cornel "i Nassau and Tu-
lane> had their plans approved by
the civic- minded trio. So did South'S
and. needless to say, Mr. Archer's

own Llnlversitj Laundry on Moore
Street, where furtiiei plans Cox ex-
i.i i..: i hanges ai e still to be put
into effect.

h.- into] ms ns thai executives ol
ih,. Woolworth Company showed
sketches mi their contemplated ex-
tei ioi Bl i L8-122 Nassau, with a
54-fool sign prominently featured.
Ai the request nf "Operation Nas-
sau," i Ins is being reduced to less
than 20 feet, a move that will ac-
complish much in eliminating gar-
ishness in the business area.

Any business or professional firm

ilating exterior alterations
i- invited to consult the directors
of "Operation Nassau" before the
blueprints are drawn 1 or a coat of

paint iv applied There is no con-

Miltalion i. i obligation ot am

kind.

Captains Named. With the ap-
proval ol the Community Chest, of
which i' i a member, the v.m.c.a.

will launch Its liis! membership
drive in mam years next \Vednes-
daj Some $2,600 is sought for
work at the two centers. 51,600 of

a foi the program at 120 Ji ihn
Streel and 51,000 to. the Wither-
spoon branch.

With George W. Conover as gen-
eral chairman and John F. Woith-
ington in charge of publicity, those
captains are John
R. Arscott, Lyman H. Butterfleld,

Howard Canoune, Lewis M. Crav,
C. Littleton Groom, Joseph Green,
William Hall. Dr. Thoma
James M. Keels, John Landis, Ed-

| atshaw, Robert W. Man-
gold, Joshua L Miner, Richard
Morgan, Dr. L. S. Nergaard; Dr.
Loren H. OrideK Ezra Peck ■ .. .
Ree\.\s. Thomas Robbins, Paul A.

■ ■'.. Thomas Rowland, Wal-
ter Schare. Alfred Seitz. Gordon G.
Sikes. Theodoie T. Tains Jr., Al-
bert M. Wert. Richard B. Whitney,
Earl L, Wilbur and Harvey Wilson
Headquarters Chosen. The 307th
Field Artillery Battalion hai
nated Princeton as the new loca-
tion of Battery B, giving the town
assignment as headquar-
ters for such a unit. The 307th FA
is part of New Jersey's own TSth
— Continued on Page 9



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Heater and Seat ('overs
A Good Buy

1948 Ford "8" Fordor

Fully Equipped — Lilte New

OTHERS TO
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194S Ford "6" Vi
Pick-Up

Heater, i Good liny

1947 Ford "6" Vi
Pick-Up

See This Befor.- Von liny

1938 Chev. Panel

Mechanically (.nod. Price Cheap



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Online LibraryGoldwin SmithTown Topics (Princeton), Feb. 12-18, 1950 (Volume v.4, no.49) → online text (page 1 of 3)