The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1956 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1956 BLYTHEVILtE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN 1. Up bright and early, Joni gets ready for a busy day of posing MODEL M T aking care of a family, a home, and even taking on such side interests as painting and making her own clothes, doesn't seem to interfere one bit with the modeling career of 22- year-old, Cincinnati-bom Joni Chapin, mother of a year-old baby, and wife of a TV executive. In fact, Stevie, the baby, is a model in his own right, and the two will often pose together. Joni concentrates on TV commercials; Stevie keeps looking his tiny best for baby foods, baby clothes and accessories. Ever since Joni came to New York from Cincinnati some six months ago she has b6en kept hopping with her hat-box, at times alone, other times with Stevie, from one assignment to another. Joni's thrilled about her work. Stevie doesn't talk yet, but he seems happy. "An outside Interest helps marriage," opines Joni, when asked if her job interfered with her home life. Mama Joni and baby Stevie are pictured here on their modeling jobs. On the job, Stevie,' like his mother, is an easy, pleasing subject for cameraman Morris Kaplan. 2. "Come now, Stevie!' says Mama. "We have a big day ahead of us." 3. A few moments of fun before Mama and baby leave for their day's work. They're just like the other New Yorkers' who ride the subway to work each clay. 5. Arriving at the modeling agency, Joni checks her personal assignment book. Joni designs anil sews her own clothes, Here's her latest. Painting is her main hobby. Her bright canvases are quite modern. This Week's Piolnrc Show by Al 1 St;ilf rhoKifiraphcr Daniel Gross I

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