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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB ! At EVANSVILLE the meeting last Friday at the clubrooms, the following officers were installed, Mrs Eva Gay Goldman, president; Mrs. Lena Baker vice pres dent; Mrs. Beatrice Baker, se cretary-treasurer; and Mrs Helen Davis, reporter. Mrs. Bcrnice Weaver, retiring president, asked members to iring laprobes made from nur sing homes to the next regula meeting. Mrs. Peary McRey nolds gave devotions, and tin program was on "nutrition." i Refreshments of cookies an cold drinks were served b Mrs. Doris Denton and he daughter, Mrs. Jackie Gold man, to the nine members pre sent. ' Mrs. John C. Davis, Reporte OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mrs. Cunningham notes birthday with dinner and family reunion. Birthday Noted At Dinner Party A family reunion and dinner party observed the 71st birthday of Mrs. Lucy Cunningham at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pennington recently. Mrs. Cunningham's five children, Frank and Gene Cunningham of Fayetteville, E f f i e Pennington of Ruth Kezele of Fayetteville Rogers and Pearl Osburn of Corona, Calif., were present. Also attending were 14 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osburn and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carlton.of Fay- elteville. Here for ; the event from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Osburn and children of Corona, Calif., ,Mr. and Mrs Vernon Lockstein of Fort Hooc Tex., and Jack Keener and son Bart, of i Bentonville. Disabled Veterans Sponsor Float In Rodeo Parade Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary of. Springdale, Chapter 16, observed July 4 by entering a float in the Rodeo of the Ozarks Parade in down- MOUNT COMFORT A demonstration on chise pictures was given by Mr? Katherine Skeltoh at the Jul meeting held in the club house The 13 members present ans wered roll call by describin fourth of July celebrations the remembered. Mrs. Mae Weir conducted program on health tips for th summer. Mrs. Essie Weir, an Mrs. Sora Sidler were hoste ses. Mrs. Julia S. Hee town Springdale. Mr. Warfareii of Driven Lowell, Announcements float was decorated with red, white and blue streamers and the DAV emblem. Representing the DAV were Roy Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvls of Huntsville, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Dean of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker of Springdale. The tenth annual Faubus R union will be held on July at the Fayetteville Holiday In Luncheon will be served at p.'m. and all members of t Faubus and allied families are invited to attend. Children's Photos en Child Comfortable EASTON, Pa. (AP) -- "What id the photographer do when ou had your portrait taken?" "He tickled Mommy." ·That is how one small tot de- p Petunia Garden Club will lave a picnic luncheon at City Park at noon Thursday. qr' ib ed f or' ·His fa We r'the'lliif. of ein'g photographed; by Herb nyder, owner and operator of local studio. While it is Mom- ny who gets tickled, the os- rich feather also sets off the iggles and invariably produces smile on the child's face. In 23 years' of business, Sny- Jer has photographed more han 53,000 children and has eputation for capturing the essence of .his small subjects; success he.attributes in part to he V measure '-''of .child', ^p chology he employs.'..;' .-'. - 'v,... Young children may be feluc- ant to smile for a stranger, especially in new surroundings, says Snyder, .who takes time to make his small customers fep at home. Youngsters relax i he reception room where a )eyy of toys, a slide and even a swing are available. When it's time for the por .rait sitting, Snyder urges par ents and even grandparents ti accompany the child into the camera room where he chatf with the young children abpu their favorite TV characters.o sports team. For the 'pre schooler, he may operate the "tickle machine," an ostrid feather which descends frorr the ceiling and can be manipu latcd by the photographer. 'When parents come to u they are looking for a livel and informal, but artistic por trait of their child," comment Snyder, who heads the Jac and Jill studios. "With mode: studio lighting, natural colo film and a little bit of psj chology, we've been able t meet the challenge." For the. best portrait of you newborn, Snyder suggests wai ing 'until the baby, is at leas four months old. "We find th child responds well after th: ieir child, includes the follow- n'g. li'lj's.; ? -- Think less. The younger child, the less clothing is ecessary. Babies under six months old look charming with ust a diaper; toddlers from six lonlhs to one year old photo raph well in short pants, 01 resses, and bare feel. INFORMAL ATTIRE --; Select informal atlire. Casualjstyles are ; popular today o th'e're's no need to dress your hild 'in an uncomfortable form a 1: out f i t .· Wrinkle-proof Ibthes ''that lit: snugly photograph best. Looste clothing has a tendency ' ;eated child. Je, can raise himself up and as control over his head," he plains. Snyder.'s advice to parents a portrait of to bunch on a -- Pick a hat. Babies and ,'oung girls look attractive with lonnets. If your, child has one, ring it to the studio with you. -- Bring a selection of clothes with you to the studio and dress your child there. If four child is involved in an br- 'anized activity, he may wish :o wear his uniform for the photograph. -- Plan to have the portrait sitting when your child will be most relaxed and alert -- usually morning, before an active child has had a chance to tire. Also, mornings are best in warm weather. -- Schedule a portrait sitting Large Group Attends Dinner By Amaranth Order Happiness is. being a friend was noted when more than 100 friends attended a dinner sponsored by Fayetteville , Court No, 13. Order of the Amaranth last veek at Ozark Electric Cooperative Hospilality Room. 'Happiness is being a friend," s the Court's theme for the year. Invocation was'given*'by Ar nold Flotlman. and Mrs. Nel Lehman, royal matron, intro duced Mrs. Elizabeth .French state DeMolay Mon and he son, David French, state ritua director of North Little Rock who gave the Demolay flowe talk: Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Free* of Dallas, Tex., Mr. and Mrs John Rounds of , Fort SmitV Mrs. Mabel Maddox of Fayetlc ville, and Mr. and Mrs._ Jc Yell of Bentonville, past gran royal patron and matron; a special guests. Ray Ricketts of Fayetteyill entertained with a variety o iiusical numbers, a vocal num. ler "Happiness" followed b lumbers on the hand saw an Tnmpet, accompanied by h: after nap and' meal- wife. Barbara. Mrs. Lehman- introduced 11: speaker Ralph Conway, execi live secretary of the Scottis Rite bodies, Western Arkansa Consistory, Fort Smith-, wh spoke on Masonic heritage: for baby time. -- Bring a couple of familiar toys with you if you are having a baby photographed. For the yoiuig infant, it is wise to have a bottle of milk on hand in case he gets restless or hungry. "I've photographed so many children over the past 23 years, that I've probably had to meet every creaive challenge imagi- nabl," says Snydr, who is now photographing the second generation of his clients.. New President VIENNA, Austria (AP) -Austria has its first non-Socia ist president since World VVa II. Rudolf Kirchschlaeger, E was sworn in Monday as tl Austrian head of state. A though he was the Socialist pa ty candidate, he is not a mei ber of the party and said in h inaugural he would follow party line in the presidency. EXPERT WATCH REPACK SWIFTS W North Wlnrfc S«. Dally Calendar of Events Tonight ," · ' Fayetteville Garden Club, Mrs. Matfie Cal Maxted, 6 p.m. . Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Picnic, Mrs. BillUnderwpod, 6 : 30 p.m. : John Marsh, Fayetteville Public Library, 7:15 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Lalli, Arts Center Theatre, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way ra'dJo headquaitera it eftctronlo line* 1K» 530 N. College 443-232 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Cejoter -- MJ-«« City Parking Lot In Rear Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Petunia Garden Club, City Park, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.rii. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. ·, Community Appearance Committee, City HalT,'. 4 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt't, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7;30 p.m. University-North Arkansas Symphony, Arkansas Union, 3 p.m. ' . · : ' . 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Famous labels you know and wear consistently . · . now at once-a-year savings! · Villager · Vivo · Jr. House · Thermo Jac i JL JL Reductions 41 3| 2 and more Don't miss il! [ama Wales Frozen Italian foods . . . they're just pl lain better! I Prepared from the same recipes that Mama has I served for nearly 40 years at the famous Vitale family restaurant. Your family will enjoy Mama Vitale's authentic old world flavor. Look for Mama Vitale's Italian Foods in your grocer's frozen food case. 115-volt, 3-Speed Cooling, Automatic: Thermostat, Exhaust, AdjuHabl* ATr Direction, Push-Button r Ptrmantnt Filter, fnitant Installation* «·« Central Syiltm pow«r lha! Sii in your win- dowl AdjujlobU 'Cool Swaep' Air Flow-Powerful 3-Sp*ed Operation--Automatic Thsrmoifat--Air Exhamt--Corctaled Con- -Irols--Built-in Mounting Kit. «-n7 Southwest Corner of Square Faycltevillc, Ark.--Phone '1I2-73B1 Introductory offer: Buy one and we'll give you your second package FREE. Italian Foods ., ltxwje t/HMie iuAtftttiw fatten. Mama Vitale's Italian Foods P.O. Box 17128, Rice St. Station St. Paul, MN 55117 I am enclosing the product name and picture of Mama I clipped from the front panel of a package of Mama Vitale's Frozen food. Please send me a coupon good for a/rce package of the same delicious product. Limit: One free package per family or address. Void where taxed or prohibited.Offer expires Aug 31,1974.

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