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Town Topics



WE NOMINATE



Janet German Harbison, one of Princeton's most
energetic citizens and chairman of the YWCA's
Thirtieth Anniversary Banquet (October 11th),
who this week appeared in a new role as the author
of a nationally distributed booklet that is an out-
standing contribution to the "literature" of service
organizations. Entitled "Your YWCA," and de-
signed as a primer for volunteers in community
YWCA Associations, Mrs. Harbison's purse-sized
manual merits attention not only for transmitting
scads of helpful hints but, more importantly, Eor
effectively portraying the volunteer spirit, which
is the mainspring of communitv life in these United
States.

The wife of Elmore Harris Harbison, Lea Pro-
fessor of History at the University and secretary of
the Princeton YMCA Board, Mrs. Harbison was
speaking from the heart in preparing a guide for
the some 115,000 volunteers associated with the
country's 440-plus local YWCA's. In her capacity
as Chairman of the National Y's Training Services
Committee, she was eager to provide "what I
wished I had had" when she held forth as presi-
dent of the Princeton Association in 1947-50. She
started out in the fall and by early winter had fin-
ished a project that will prove valuable to almost
any kind of volunteer group.

The 35-year j old author is well-qualified to advise

PRINCETON'S WO



others to remember that "your co-workers are
human beings like you, with the usual number of
problems, idiosyncrasies and allergies," or to "try
to know your town well enough to know what its
needs are," or even tu "take a sabbatical" if you
can find no flaws in your efforts. Since becoming a
Princetoniun in 1937, she has at various times, in
addition to carrying YWCA responsibilities, served
on the governing boards of the Tuberculosis
League, the League of Women Voters, the Univer-
sity League, the P.T.A. of the Elementary School.

A native of Maplewood, N. J., and the mother of
three children, the eldest of whom has recently
been elected to the presidency of the Student Coun-
cil of the Witherspoon School, Mrs. Harbison, like
her husband, completed her college studies with
Phi Beta Kappa honors. She took her degree in
French in 1937 at Smith College, where she also
headed the weekly newspaper. Her leisure-time in-
terests, in the "extra hours" not earmarked for
community ventures, range from the outdoor life
to reading widely in sociology.

For helping others understand that service to
others should be a "real experience of satisfaction
and growth"; for seeing and meeting a long-exist-
ing need in the sphere of YWCA volunteer orienta-
tion and training; she is TOWN TOPICS' nominee
for

MAN OF THE WEEK




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Topics of the Town



A Message for All. A custom that
was started in Switzerland* over a
century ago and has since spread
10 a number of states in this coun-
try will be introduced to Princeton
Saturday night. For a five-minute
interval starting at 7 o'clock that
evening, and each week at that
time thereafter, it is planned to
ring the church bells in the com-
munity.

The thought behind this "Message
of the Bells" 'sometimes broadcast
i>\ radio to all parts of Switzer-
land! is partially to welcome the
approaching Sabbath and partially
to suggest a moment's pause for
reflection in a troubled world. It is
a preliminary call to church, and

■i ren ler thai in lands that are

free, the people may still worship
in the church of their own choice.

Here in Princeton, the plan for
community- wide bell ringing has
had Its start through Mrs. Harry L.
Bush of 125 Cedar Lane, who has
in turn received the support of the
!;■ v Dr. William L. Tucker, pas-
tor of the Second Presbyterian
Church, and the Rev. Charles W.
Marker, pastor of the Methodist
Church. Young people's. groups are
sponsoring the project, which has
tli' 1 support of both the National
Council of Churches and the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews. Hopes are that Princeton's
three largest educational institu-
tions, the University, the Theologi-
cal Seminary and the Choir Col-
lege, will lend both support and
the move.



Open Houses. Three Princeton
institutions will invite residents of
the community to inspect their
facilities next week, each one hold-
ing an "open house" at which the
pubVc is welcome.

The Valley Road School will
place its new building officially on
display from 8 to 9 o'clock Tuesday

w library, the
art and music rooms, the indus-
trial arts section, the medical and
dental unit, community recreation
room, gymnasium, shower and
locker rooms and the new cafeteria.
Visitors will be greeted by teach-
ers and room mothers, with stu-
dents in the higher grades acting as
guides. An information booklet and
guide map to the school will be
distributed.

The school's board of education
and parent-teacher association are
sponsoring the affair, with the lat-
ter planning its regular October
meeting for Tuesday night at 7:30
to coincide with the occasion. The
meeting will be featured by an out-
line of plans for the school's future
development, to be given by the
board president, Dr. Rudolf A.
Clemen.



Our Prices Are the
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Refreshments will be served,
with proceeds benefiting the stu-
dent welfare fund's program for
the coming year. Parking

noil Street
the s.l I \ isil.us may en-
ter from either that side or from
Valley Road.

The Princeton Nursery School.

Id opi n

hoi ■

to i .' 10 nexl week Mi s
Smith, chairman of thi
board of trustees has In

resident - of lh.- r, immunity to in-
S"'<t its daily ni'it\iti.- s „,

foi some 40 children ol

1 y the Community Chest
Another Chesl a

Bureau, will also entei tain
i tie public w. dn

from 3 to 6 A motion | on

welfare work «ii! he si,...
workers w 111 describe theii duties
briefly and refreshments will be
erved I he bun au - hi tdquai tei -
are in the Dorothea House, L20
John Sir. i

Skirmishing Starts, With just

ovei .i month to o then were in-
— Continued on Page 3



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-Town Topics, October 7- 13, 1951-



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TOPICS OF THE TOW.S

-Continued from Page 2

campaJgi would stir up
hen and there brio
vemter «1 Tht- Republican * this
auultd a rallying i

readying plans ■

hirst meeting to be announced
gather-



a lull ahare ol fln rvorl
■ ■
Howell J

,i [on ' III! Robb

Wilson I

I,, dull d i" 1 '■'■• ■■"■ da) . Octo-
■ i i School.

am it candidate* runnui

flee ■' thi i " ■'! am <"unt> levels
i A qtnV-

tlon-and-an ■ ■ i i I will folldw

obtem Facing the

citizen today.
Mi Benton Si hi adei an
Poul Rudnfck are co-chairmen oi

i i. nmll tee In ■ tun :■ ' >i hi i

memb< i ■ are Mrs. John v. A. Pine,
Epstein, Mr - Leonard

■i D M. -
■ I Miiifiii.-lli. Mis.

ran RaJ< hi ifi Warvei Bern-

i. In and Mh M an Williams,



Fashions and Prizes. A gala Fall

Fashion Parade will be held Wed-

,..- da) nl hi al 9 in thi Pj Im eton

in 't. Ii i i audi) with the

Business .iri'l I'lui'- ii'ii.il Women's

i he sponsor, Audience par-
ticipation will include voting Eoi

i qi ..i |fj modi i ■■■ "Quei n ol the

I .." With the winn.-

'■'■■■ i (i su pj la ■ and an op-
portunity to hold the winning share

III .1 li<<l|. Ill , ,ml.n ship llltl'l

rhe holder oi ih. i. hi-, av ard

wl reive $50 in merchandise

which ma) i> i Iw ti d al any ol
the simps participating in the t a ;h-
lon Parade Bert-Aim, Mary GUI,
Ellse < ioupll, the Knltl ing Shop and
i ii. . lothi ■ i,iii. Loaves in the
lurui nr.il tickets toi the show may
in ibtained ri mi anj member ol

iii' l.N.i. .in' 1 i 'i ..i ■ -innal Club.



Judge Llbha Saihui. only \
|udge in the state, will bo the guest
..I hoaac and conunentatoi toi the
evening Several specie*!
numbers will be staged bv the

Bi rt) ECl hoi Pan. i Stn, In,

Mini. -I- i,, i i he affaii include I he

POUJ ia i l i Cynthia
idargarel Turney, Bettj
I ilrou ■ ii. ten Bin h Doris Klink,
eajn iamuel Gi ace Whiteman,
Pati Ii La Walcolm, Mai tha Hoffman,
Adele Smith, Carol Sean h Helen

I iuhlrri, M.'imar.'lUi Kuhlthau, Vic-
toi ia Sallies, Ji rem Vandenberg,

Pi Poarl i ' ii fu ) n Ki m

m ■•". Mi s Benjamin Hei man,
Mis Fred Van Deventei . Mrs. War-
ren Kauffman, Mrs Walter Ktm-
chlck, Mi - i ;i offre) Sage, Mrs.
Herbert Davison. Mrs Mary Slckel,
Mrs, Ruth Madden, Mrs Donald

Shaw. Jr . Mrs Nm Sniilli. Mi -

i la li.n i Webei Mi s Sdmund
ti i ■ ■ to*,' j. p

Ki II) Mis Thomas Hai-h V.] ]

Gloria Ferrara, Mrs. Russell Carter,
Wi I- i .mi. Clark, Mrs, Rli hard

I i r-OB Ml ■ 1' S I

Bturaei Mm Mabel Bightmire
mia Wilson and Mi W U

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Aid for Animals. The Puno-ioii

Small toi ■ w . fotm-

1 i '■■ ■■ a to i eplace the

P.C a ,. ooi i, constanl w imh

hi n earn months on ben-all of dogs,

i other onadi'upeds that

i .hi imi.'d on Page 5



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Open for Business, Monday — Friday
Selling and Receiving: 10-12, 2-4
We will accept fall and winter slothing for re-sale week-
day mornings and afternoons until further notice. All
articles are priced by the Shop, with consignor receiving
one-half retail price.

We want freshly laundered, or dry-cleaned, clothing for
adults and children. Sorry, no hats, shoes or evening
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AH merchandise guaranteed at Lowest prices. Here are

just a few of the many, many bargains —

Drapery Goods, florals, stripes,- plaids or plain colors.

3fr-m., 48 to 50 inches wide. Regular value $1 to $2.98.

OPENING SPECIAL 69c to $1.79 a Yard.



Merchandise From Famous Mills
Decorating Advice Free

We also make slip covers. Cut and fitted m your home.

Curtains and draperies made to order, workmanship
guaranteed.

Plastic curtains ready-made or by the yard. Figured
tablecloths or all white. Cotton damask or pure linen,
with or without napkins.

Special crash dishtoweling, 25c a yard. Dish cloths,
while they last 7c each. Many, many other opening
bargains.

Remember the Address— 11 Witherspoon St.



-TblM Topics. fh-tol»-r 7-13, IVS1-



It's New to Us



(UNDERCOVER WORK)

Here — shaping up for fall, new
substructure for the new fashions
—the full circle of skirt . . . the
nipped-to-the-nines waist . . . the
peplumed pouf, plus a few grace
notes on how to look fashionable
"at home" when the fire is lighted
and you're brightening the corner

Highland Fling Down Under. Un-
derskirts stiffened and starched
like an ante-bellum belle's . . .
many of them ingenious enough to
go their own way as cocktail skirts.
Our favorite: a highland fling of
heavy taffeta completely lined with
crinoline to give it the new body.

Bewitching enough by itself, but
what a giddy mood it could create
under a black velveteen jumper
dress, for instance. This plus a taf-
feta bell that clings thru the hips,
arcs out from there in a pouf, are
all the. knack of Bert-Ann. 188 Nas-
sau Street and start for as little
as S4.95.

Sweet Dreams. A posy for your
dreams: new rayon challis series
done up in a pretty flower print.
Coordinated to make a bouquet of
nostalgia. Coordinated in pajamas
. . . nightgowns and bedjackets
with all the nostalgic charm of an
old-fashioned bouquet. From $3.95
in maize, blue or white at Bert
Ann's.

Nyfonizing — What a Breeze. A
new finishing process for nylon
yarn devised by the swim-people,
Jantzen, to make your next-to-
nothings in that miracle stuff more
absorbent and silkier to the touch.
Really, the only complaint that
we've ever had about nylon was its
lack of porousness.

This new texture finish is sup-
posed to beat all that. Jantzen
gives the treatment to all its girdles
and bras which may be found, by
the way, at Clayton's, Palmer
Sq

Angel's Brush-Off. Another Clay-
ton coup: Munsingwear's downy-
soft, brushed rayon gowns and bed
jackets that people who like to
keep warm without looking wooly
swear by. These look new in aqua
and maize, as well as the usual pink
a flaked
touches of angora around the col-
lars and yokes.

There are three styles of gowns
them fitted, the other
straight — from-a-yoke like a night-
shirt, and the drop-shoulder bed-
jackets close cardigan-fashion with
cat's whiskery angora bows. Three
dollars and 98
series, and that's heartwarming.



blue rayon crepe bolero with a
tiny Peter Pan collar satin ap-
pliqued to put a shine in your eyes.

The applique is hand-detailed and
the personal property of Clayton's.
which keeps coming up with all
sorts of pieces of this hand-done
lingerie of little price. This partic-
ular prop to your ego is $5.95.

Another jacket, this time in nylon
tricot, has tiny lace insertions on
the yoke and sleeves, is long on
femininity, short on price for $8.95.
This is nt The French Shop, 20
Nassau Street.

Bride-Like Bride-White. Armour
. . . amour — we've in love with
these beautiful things. Cobwebby,
opalescent white nylon worked in-
to dream softness. Combinations
that fairly make your mouth water.
The negligee or peignoir coat with
it's own matching gown. The slip
—Continued on Page 11



Birds and Tropical Fish

Princeton Pet Shop

(Formerly "The Hydrant, Inc."

6 Chambers St. Tel. 2298

JOHN ARNOTT. Prop.



THE TOWN SHOP

12 Nassau Street




LINENS — GIFTS

DECORATIVS ACCESSORIES

"A Shop of Choice Things"



BAMMANS

BAMMAN DISTRIBUTORS INC.
"Al the Head of the Town"



PAPER DEPARTMENT
FEATURES




CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup, 3 35c Case of 48, $5.50
CAMPBELL'S Vegetable Soup, All Types, 13c ea.

Case of 48, $6.15
CAMPBELL'S Meat and Chicken Soups,

All Types, 17c ea. Case of 48, $8.00

CAMPBELL'S V-8 Cocktail, 46 oz., 38c ea.

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pnwriptions

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20 nciisou street

telephone 255




Interiors



Smort Fall Fobrics
and Wallpapers

Princeton Decorating Shop



Dr. Nathan Katret

OPTOMETRIST

Eye Examinations

Office Hours: 9 ■ 5:30
Open Eves, by Appointment

130 NASSAU STREET
Tel. 3667



Shop at Bailey's

for nice things to wear
NYLON SWEATERS,

NYLON HOSE, 79c Pr.

SKIRTS, $3.88 loSftM

CORDlUcov suits.

$14.95

Headquarters for

• Blue • White

• Black

Uniforms $2.98 up

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MILL




Loaves are picked up, ground to
.in.- link t-s and returned to the
lawn where they form an organic
mulch All you do Is guide the
Leaf Mill. The Jacobsen Engine
does the work.

Leal Mill is quickly inter-
changeable with 20-inch Uwn
niovvt-i and 36-inch sickle mower
attachments to give you three
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Come in and see this three-way
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TOPICS OF THE 7 Oil ^

—Continued from Page 3

.

vond medical aid, human

al leas!

■II call; an'l an

Dr. Russell S Edmonds ol Prov-







■i hi 1< i dat< in

|300„ It op on a vol-

untal i i> ndenl en-

im i upogi charitable eontrlbu-
i through

P BOT 2*M.

AllI'Mi

ha hi ■ i d by the

I lib," a group of

i John Km.' nf 4 Har-
ris Road ■ . members

■ I ■ I i lllvro, John

Martlnellt, Pal nod !ai ole Butter*

i, Thomas

! IheltOI i ' U -ii Smith.

Water Wanted. The Reyden
i ihemtcal < !ompan) ha
plans to .lions ol

■ : ,, i .. i , ■ , .
tan I lanal, b procedui e it ha ■
Indicated mi be followed for the


' of peni-

- 1 il iii.' Penns Neck plant.

Ion i>im

■ rtlj

n in*' plan is approved bj i he

tare i ifipai tmem ol Consei w

. ■ » i - 1 Eq il< i i«i ele| ii. pumi

■.i. il i .■ - Mi in Lmfealled at
cii hei the W b hftrgl m R.md canal
1. 1 mi,- oi H" Pennsj ivanla Rail-
in.ni bridge A hearing on the pro-
po l] v ii i" hi i i Hondaj in the
Office Kidman,

1 i ■ onomlc Development Com-
missioner.

Installation Planned. Princeton
Post No. 76, American Legion,
and Its auxiliary will install new
..iii. ei ■ Wednesday night at 8 in
the posl rooms, 55 Mercer Street.
Jlmes M Keels, a major In World
w n ii in i commander of Com-
pany i . i 'i in. I'll mi's National Guard
unit; and a member of the ad-
n strative staff ol the Univer-
sity will SUOtued Don D Richards .
:is commander.

Othen win. will take dH

Pom ler, Samuel * I I *i I

son and in .-'-it/" Venta, trice*

commandei »; Geoi ge F. Cohili,
adjutant , Everett S. Gould,
office. , Prank T. Bird, sergetmt-a*-
; u 1 1 1 , A 1 1 >n< >ns.> Robert iello, his-
torian: Peter .1. McCrohan. Bar-

\ ice office] ; John i-\ Mi i at bha
judge advocate, and the Rev, Dr.
Wiliinm L. Tucker, chaplain

Eileen Robertiello will rake

a it ' sldi ni "i the .hi ■ llfta j

Those to be installed wit* hei ai e
Mrv Mat > Dennett, Brsl t 1< i
dent ; Mrs Marjofie Wright, sec-
ond \ if. '-pi .'-id. ni ; Mi s. Mar\
i .<■■. l>.i 1 1 eaSUl -i Mi S KM/ah.-ili

i E thai Pai-

e ipondfiia secretary; Mis.

Rose Foley, chaplain; Mrs. Anne

Clayluii x,-i i;.','Hil-nt-arnis.

State Command.-! Edmund G.
Lynns will be the principal speait-
er, with county commander Henry
—Continued on Page 7



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Call Mrs. N. A. Webster. Chairman

Princeton 1937-j:5

if you wish to contribute or have

items called for



WHY PAY MORE?

. . . We continue to maintain our present cash prices

on coal. Fill your coal bin now at these low prices!

Stove $21.50 Ton

Chestnut 21.50 Ton

Pea 19.00 Ton

Buckwheat .... 15.00 Ton

Stoker Rice .... 13.00 Ton

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richly varied color tones or softly blended greys.
Proven through the years, Perma-Stone is an endur-
ing material, cast with moulds on walls of wood.
block, brick, stucco or tile — new or old.



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TWENTY-YEAR GUARANTEE

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Attractive, modern furniture . . .
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PREFAB FURNITURE

Mail address: 92 Nassau St.
Telephone 1487



News of the Theatres



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Slip Covers

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PLEASURE

of your parties on delightful
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Telephone 3568



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WHO COMES IN

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12-piece set of Hall's Ovcnware
and a Space Maker Lazy Susan
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THE McCARTER
"The Moon Is Blue", scheduled
for a weekend stay at the MeCar-
ter, will be presented here while
running simultaneously in New


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