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Friday, May 3, I%3 THE PROGRESS--7 Luncheons, Dinners, Sales In The News Fatima Parish Luncheon Set ALL READY for the annual spring hmcheon and style show of the Francisco Section of Our Lady of Fatima Parish Tuesday, May 7, are (from the left) Mesdames John Mc- Fadden, Albert T. Walker and John Klinkham. Mrs. Walker is chairman of the event which will be held at the Windjammer Restaurant at 12 Noon. Spring and summer styles will be modeled by members of the group. Miss Ann Carey will be the commentator. (Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) Bellevue Sacred Heart Parish -- St. Theresa's Guild will sponsor a bridge h,ncheon at the home of Mrs. Gerald A. Jordan Wed- nesday, May 8, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon of Italian food will be served at 12:30. Mrs. William Phillips is guild president and she will be as- sisted by Mesdames William Michael Jr., Robert Price, Har- vey Navarre and CarrOll Coombs. Everett Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women -- The Everett City chapter will meet today at the home of Mrs. William Weyhing, Davies Road, Lake Stevens, for a report on the recent conven- tion is be given by the respec- tive chairmen. A new vice presi- dent and treasurer will be elected. The nominating com- mittee includes Mesdames Ir- win Gentz, Harry Deasy and John Mitchke. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- St. Anne's Guild will meet Wednesday, May 8, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rite Ry- ler, 31250 8th Ave. S.W.; St. Theresa's Guild meets Tues- day, May 7, at 12:30 p.m. at Mrs. John Lang's, 611 S. 301st St.; St. Louise de Marillac Guild meets at Mrs. Edwin Gamon's, Route Five, Box 474D, Tacoma, Thursday, May 9 at 7:30 p.m. This Sunday, May 5, is Altar Society Communion Sunday. The religious vacation school will be held the week imme- diately following the comple- tion of the regular school year. First Communion will be on the Sunday following the end of vacation religious classes. There will be no vacation re. ligion classes for senior high students, but those completing the eighth grade are expected to attend. Olympia Providence Auxiliary--An an- nual reunion dinner will be held tomorrow evening, May 4, in St. Michael School. All former teachers and students and friends of St. Michael's 'are In- vited. A social hour will begin at 5:30 and proceeds will go to Providence Heights Academy. Junior Theatre Guild Plays Slated The Rev William Treacy will be the principal speaker. Mike CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S THEATRE, a unit of the Junior Theatre Guild of Everett and Snoh,mish C,mnty, and sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, will present two ays and several dance numbers Thursday and Friday, ay 9 and 10 at Floral Hall at 7:0 p,m, The children in the program include (from the left) Susan Knehr, Mary Lou Jorgcnsen, Joan Wlepert, and Terry Bennett. (Photo courtesy Everett Daily Herald.) Traveling Exhibitions On Display At Frye Two traveling exhibitions are currently being shown at the Frye Art Museum. "01d Master Drawings" is an exhibition of 71 works loaned by 28 museums and college departments in the United States. Included are works by such artists as Rubens, Delac- roix, Aldegrever, Constable, Rowlandson, Turner and Cop- The exhibition continues through May g, "As Artists See Artists" is an exhibition of 24 paintings, ten drawings and four sculptures. Included are self portraits and portraits of fellow artists such as Walter Greaves' portrait of Holy Name Reviews Future Programs Two programs on the Holy Name calendar will be dis. cussed Thursday, May 9, in St. Cabrini Hospital by the society's Archdiocesan Union Cabinet, Joe Wilson will report on" the third annual Italian din- ner in June and Lou Brls- lawn will speak on lhe fourth annual Archdiocesan Holy Name convention in Septem. ber, Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. The meeting will follow at 7. Contris will be master of cere- monies. St. Placid School--The Bene- dictine Boosters will sponsor the appearance of Rabbi Ra- phael Levine, Roy. William Treacy and Dr. Lynn Corses of the television series "Chal- lenge" Wednesday, May 15, at a dinner at 6:15 p.m. at St. Michael School. The dinner and program are open to the public. Tickets may be purchased at local stores or by calling Mrs, Robert Engel at Olympia 357-4256. Port Angeles Queen of Angels Parish--The Altar Society will hold a spring rummage sale Friday and Sat- urday, May 10 and 11 in the gymnasium. SI. Gerard's Guild will also hold a bake sale at that time. Mrs. Stanley Gallagher ts the newly-elected president of the Altar Society and aiding her will be Mesdames Leonard Sloey, Horace Denser, Jerald Page, Dalton Thorns, Jack Lit- tle, George Heckman and Bene- Seattle Chareso Club -- The third an- niversary of the group will be celebrated with a M a y p o I e Dance tomorrow, May 4, at the Plymouth Room of the May- flower Hotel from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Admission is $2.25 for mem- bers and $2.50 for non-members. The price includes a midnight buffet. Co-chairmen are Kath- ryn Hertz and Gloria DeGab. rials. "/'he Chareso Club is a Catholic group of unmarried adults, 28 years of age and over. St. Catherine Parish -- The Mothers Club is sponsoring a Kiddie Karnival Friday, May 10, from I} a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the new gymnasium. W h it e elephants, plants, jewelry, books, cake walk, candy, and cookies will be of- fered. Mrs. John Jordan is chairman. Pre-school children are invited accompanied by their parents. St. Paul Parish--An Italian dinner will be held Sunday, May lg, at 6 !5.m. in the parish hall, 57th S. and S. Victor. Sponsored by the Women's Club, it will be a one-seating only and no tickets will be sold at the door. All must be purchased in advance. For the $2.50 tickets, call Mrs. John Miranti, PA 2-2836, or Mrs. Sandy Merlino, PA 5-2021. The chef will be Frank Or- rico assisted by his wife and son, Eugene. The chairman is Mrs. Bernarde Sails. St, John Parish--"Fun for Everyone" ts the theme of the BRke-Fun.O-Rama to be held tomorrow, May 4, at St. John's School hall, 79th and 1st N.Y. All types of home-made baked goods Including cookies, pies, bread, cakes, rolls and candies will be for sale. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls will bake cakes for prizes. Pizzas and pop will be served from 7 to 10 p.m. and a bacon and egg breakfast will be served for S0 cents from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday. All proceeds will be used to furnish and equip the new school gymnasium and attdilo- rium which are in the final stages of construction. Skykomlsh Sunday Mass At 10 A.M. SKYKOMISH -- Begin- fling this Sunday, May 5, Mass at Our Lady of the Snows Mission will be at 10 a.m. Eveninl Mass will not be resumes until No- vember. The Rev. James J. Me- Creel is the pastor. St, Luke Partsh-,The parish hall will resemble a tropical isle when Immaculate Concep- tion Circle presents "Polyne- sian Holiday" Saturday, May 18, from 7:30 p,m. to I a,m, A full.course dinner will be served at 8:30 with authentic entertainment and dancing for guests following. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Irvtn L. Heric, LI 6.2069, or Mrs. Fred R. Hundertmark, LI 2-8746. The donation is $5 per couple, At- tire will be muumuus, sport Whistler, Kenneth Miller's per- trait of Albert P. Ryder, an impressionistic bronze head of John Marin by Gaston Lach- else, a portrait of Maurice Prendergast by George Luks, a self portrait.of Reginald Marsh and a portrait of George Luks by Robert Henri. This show continues through May i4. Both exhibitions are circu- lated by The American Federa- tion of Arts. Admission to the Frye Art Museum is free. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- day through Saturday. Sundays noon to 8 p.m. FOR HOME FREEZERS WE ALSO CATER TO hot*is, hospitals, Institutions, restaurants, schools arid ooll*qil. A .... dicta Cavanaugh shirts and surfers IDey Apiary " One of the world's greatest authorities on bees is himself II FOR THI: I:NGAt;I;MEIql' [I an O,S.B,: Benedictine Brother II ....................... II Adam of Buckfast abbey, ,, Devon England, the Catholic I "Get the BEST. at the LOWEST PRICE I Dtgest notes ,, ,, " II Sn.cut "VIRGIN'-- II II Diamonds which we buy direct II FEET HURT? III fromthe cutters -- II 'BARff00TFREEDON" II1 _ . 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Gerber's Stralned BABY FOODS 10 '1 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 3- 4 i i, i  i ,  FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA. 7-3151 Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service Mark Dolliver, President / / Seattle St. Peter Parish--The Altar Society will hold their annual spring luncheon Wednesday, May 8, at noon in the parish hall. The price of admission is $1.25. For reservations, call Mrs. Ed Donahue, EA 4-4973. Association for Catholic Child- hood--The St. Louise de Maril- lac Circle will present a hair- style show by Mr. Frank of Coiff Salons Thursday. May 9, at 8 p.m. at Christ the King Parish hall, N. t17th and Day- ton N. A complimentary haircut cer- tificate will be given to all in attendance. For tickets, call Mrs. Bruce Hawkins, LA 4-3275, or Mrs. Robert Brown, LI 8-1865. Xavier Club-Meeting will be Tuesday, May 7. Members will attend Mass at 8:15 a.m. at St. Joseph Church and breakfast and business meeting will fol- low. II I III IIII i liliil -- I J_ Peronteau Club-A buffet din- ner is slated this Sunday, May 5, Rt the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lavelle, under the direc- tion of Rev. Michael Toulouse, club moderator. All members and guests are invited. Benefits will go toward the new Seattle University li- brary. Highlight of the after- noon will be a sun fashion show featuring" swim suits and sun wear. Lucy Zahren and Helen Thompson are co-ordi- natlng the show: Mrs, L. E. Flahart and Mrs. D. G. Coffield are co.chair- men, Marian Club -- P. Daniel Rooney will speak on "Serra International" at the meeting of the club Wednesday, May 8, at the St Peter Claver Center beginning at 1 p,m. The public is invited. St. Benedict Parish--"Fab- rics of I:ashlon" 1. the theme of the Mothers Club fashion show to be held Monday night, May 6 at 8 p.m. In the school auditorium. The Mothers Club members will model the clothes designed from fabrics supplied by a lo- cal department store. Admis- sion will be 1.25 a person and Joann Dickinson is the chair- man assisted by Julia Paulette and Donna Gregory. Christ the King Parish -- The Sodality will sponsor its annual luncheon and day of recollection tomorrow, May 4. The guest speaker will be Roy, John P. Mitchell, New Sodality officers to be installed during the luncheon are: Mesdames Paul Duncan, Stanley Strtckland, David An- derson and David Sceeles. Seattle St. Joseph Parish -- The last meeting of the season for the parish guild was held April 23. Prof. Marian G. Gallagher, law librarian at the University of Washington was the guest speaker. The Rev. Leo Eckstein, S.J., pastor and moderator, outlined the program for the coming year and officers were elected. Mrs. Arthur H, Wicks is the president, assisted by Mes- dames Gerald Gribble, James Hough, William Mathias. St. Bonaventure Circle hosted the evening. "]'he next meeting will be September 10. St. Teresa Study Club-Meet- ing will be Monday, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. J. Swoeney of Kirkland. Mrs. Harry Ashmore will lead the Christian Culture Series Discussion; MI'. Mar- garet Killen will give the cur- rent events and there will be election of officers. National Catholic A I u m n i Club, Seattle Chapter -- An- nual Communion Sunday will be May 5. Mass will be at the Carmelite Monastery, 18th and Denny. followed by brunch in the Cloud Room of the Camlin Hotel. The guest speaker will be John J. Eckhart, book reviewer for The Progress. His topic will be "The Liberal Writer in the Church." For information or trans- portation call Larry Byington, LA 2-7383. Tacoma Bellarmlne H t g h School -- Philomathea Club is holding its annual May Day observance today, May 3. Mass was cele- brated at g:15 a.m. by Very Roy. Joseph P. Logan, rector, and breakfast followed. Special honor guest is Mrs. Pearl Gaul, secretary and reg- istrar at Bellarmine. Mrs. John C, Endrees is the new president and assisting her will be Mes- dames Arthur Russell, J. F. Rederich, Martin EItrich, Jo- seph Kiley and Peter Vale. SS. Peter and Paul Parish-- The Young Adults Club is pre- senting a variety show, "Good Olde Daze" Sunday, May 5, at 7 p.m. in the parish hall. The melodrama, "The Villain Still Pursued Her" will be the main attraction. Tickets which may be obtained at the door are 50 cents for adults, 25 cents for children or $1 for the whole family. The meeting of the CYO of the parish will be Wednesday. May 8, at 8 p.m, In the parish hall. Walt Powloski will be the host. , J i THERE S A WHALE OF A DIFFERENCE There is a whale of a difference in having },our money in s Securiw Ssveoco Account . , . as against an account paying lesser interest. The difference is in onstant growth. The dif- ference is in freedom from worry about your money. The dif- ference is in receiving a full |ivi percent interest, compounded or paid to you each quarter, You may open an account with as little as $1 or as much as $25,000, and you may add to it at any time in any amount, large or small. Use the coupon below; we invite your inulry in person, by telephone or mail. Switch to Security: there s really a whale of a difference. IN EXCESS OF $4,ZS0,000.00 ASSETS ....... iml " i I .TISR S t F Ol?l I II ECURITY AVESO0 S I I I IIII II S INCORPORATED 1312 SECOND AVE,, MA, 4-O6S6 1100 Market Itrsat 19934 Aurora N, 4824 011if0rnia Ave. S,W; VANCOUVER, WASH., 1210 MAIN ST. i I i i Iei ie m m e i i i m . in Is N m I I-] Enclosed my hKqc t olin my nw acounl. n Send security brochurt by luI-rl mall, NAME ........................... , ..... ,+ ...... ,.+.... ADDRESS .,. ,..; .................................. , .... CITY .............................. ZONE ....... WASH. For Washington Reslnts Only Q 60 Tacoma Sacred Heart Parish--The Altar Society dessert luncheon and meeting will be held Tues- day, May ,, at 12:30 p.m. in the rectory room. Mrs. Adrian Luchino, president, will give a report on the ACCW conven- tion. St. Leo Parish--Newly elected grade school Mothers Club offi- cers will be installed at the meeting set Friday, May 10, at 12:15 p.m. in the Marian Room. Sixth grade mothers will be hostesses with Mrs. Robert McEaffrey in charge. Sixth graders will present a program under the direction of Sister Mildred Patricia. Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica-The annual Communion breakfast will be held Sunday, May 5. Mass will be at 8 a.m. at St. John of the Woods Church with breakfast to fol- low at Stove's. The regular meeting will be Monday, May 6, at 7:45 p.m. at the Mayfair Room of the Winthrop Hotel. Election of of- ricers will be held. The pro- gram on social welfare will be presented by Mrs. H. H. Reise and the report on the CDA conveaation given by Mrs. Laur- ence Cleary and Mrs. James H. Egan. Mrs. Mark Dolliver will give a report of the Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women convention. Catholic Woman's Club- Meeting will be Wednesday, May 8, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frost Snydr, 8102 Thorns Lane S.W. Plans for the annual spring luncheon May 16 will be discussed and Mrs. Paul Narigi will give the pro- gram. Vancouver Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica-In honor of the 60th anni- Yersary of the CDA, Our Lady of Lourdes Court is sponsoring a banquet at the Quay Sunday, May 5. The Rev. Thomas Pitsch will be the principal speaker and Mayor Rudolph Luepke will give the civic welcome. Paul Mylan, representing the Knights o[ Columbus, will recall early Vancouver it was known as the Daughters Of Isabella and was affiliated with the KC's. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy of Ta- coma, State Grand Regent, will be present and Rev. Robert Dillon, chaplain of the local court, will be honored. Mrs. A. F. Carstens will be toast- mistress and other guests will include Mesdames Darkenwald of Olympia, district deputy; Ray Nelson, grand regent from Comas, as well as several of the clergy. Music will be provided by the PrOvidence Academy Choir. Recollection Day For Deaf Scheduled VANCOUVER -- A day of re c611ection for the students at- tending the Washington State School for the Deaf Will be given tomorrow, May 4, at St. Joseph Church. The Rev. John Marsh from St. Teresa Church, Seat- tie, will cn- duct the ser-- vices assisted by 12 semin- arians from S t. Thomas Seminary. Conferences will begin /t g: 30 a.m. Mass FATHER with a signed MARSH sermon w i 1 1 be at 11:15 and lunch will 'be served by the Confraternity of. Christian Doctrine of the Deaf and in the afternoon Benedic- tion will be at 2:30. All adults in tbe Vantouver area who are deaf or hard of hearing are welcome to attend. ' Pope Receives Soviet Composer VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) --His Holiness Pope John XXIII has received in audience the Soviet composer A r a m Kachaturian and presented him with a medal of the fourth year of his pontificate and a days of the organization when Rosary. Feature Films On Television Belltngham KING-TV (NBC) Channel 5 KVOS-TV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7 Tacoma Seattle KTNT-TV (CBS) Channel 11 KOMO-TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW-TV Channel 13 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATiONALI LEGION OF DECENCYt A-I--Morally .Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-IIMorally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C-Condemned; SC--Separate Classification; NR--No Rating Available. The ratings listed below were those given the (Note: original movies. 1Most-films beore bei,g shown on te/e. vision are #dited fo on/orm to the tdtvision code and tO the individ#M station's time schedule, For this re=son, objectionable parts contained in the orig/ 1 plot raay be deleted in the television version and t r the original Legion rating may not be entirely correct.) SATURDAY MAY 4 2'.00 p.m.--KINO,TV--Andy Hnrdy+s alonde Trouble ................ , ..... A-I 4:00 p,m,--KTNT.TVChernk0e Sfrlp .... ,..,+,, .... ,,, ................... A-I $:00 p,m.--KING-TV--JOll Ousters .................................. ,..;.A.II S:0 .m.--KTVW.TV--Rnnd Roner ............................. , .... A.I 9:00 p,m.--KtNO-TV--Nih| People ..... , ........... , .................... A-fl lO:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Clty for Conqu+st ................................... NR 11: p,m.--KVOS.TV--Cst Dive ................................. , ...... A.II 11:05 p,m.iKIN-TViLucy Gallant ....................................... A.I 11:05 p.m.--KtRO-TV--Frenchman's Creek .......................... ,, ....... S 11:05 p.m.--KOMO.TV--Glrl In Wffite.o............. .... , .... . .... ..........A-I SUNDAY, MAY S 12:00 NOOtl--KOMO-TV--DevWS gQuoBron ................ + ................. A-I :30 p,m,--KVO.TV--Too Mny Crodks..,,,,.,,,.,..,,,,,+.,.,+.,,.+ ..... NR 2:30 p.m.KIRO-TV--SulllVon*s Travels .............. , ............. ,., ..... S q:30 p.m.KIN@-TV--S,hIly Dnntlerous ...... ,,,, ........ ,, .... . .... ,..A-ti 4:20 p,m,KTVW.TV.-Ace of Acel,, ..... , ........ ,,, ..................... NR 4:30 p,m,--KTNT-TVerlpht EYes .......... . ..................... ,, ...... NR S:00 0,,--KVOg.TVJunple Monaters ..,,, .... , ............. , .......... A-I 7:30 p.m.--KTNT-TV--InspedOr Generat .................................. A.I g:00 p m,--KOMO.Tv--aotne Ctrcus .............................. ,,, ....... a !I:$$ p.m,KING.TVUp OOel Molsle ....... , ........................ , .... A-I MONDAY, MAY 9:Q m.--KOMO-TV--North to th Klondike,.,,,,., ...................... Ad 10:00 a,m,KTVW.TV--Annbel Takes O Tour .......... , ...... ,.,, ........ A.I 12:00 NOoSKTVW-TVToo Mny Girls ...................................... S 2:00 p,m.--KTNT-TVCalonet /:fflngham's Rlttl ............ ,,,,, ...... , .... Ad $:30 p.m,KtNG.TV--Stnmbl QuEst .................................... N $:I0pm.--KVOS.TVRlde 'era Cowboy ............ ,,., ................... A-I 7:30 p.m.KING-TV--Horry Stock and the TI0er,..,. ............. , .... A-HI 10:00 p,m,--KTVW-TV--Strnnge Bargain ................ , ................ A.I! 10',00 p,m,KTNT.TVLourn .... ................................ i,i ....... A-II 11:00 p.m,--KVO$-TV--AmSSndOr'S Oaught0r , ....... . .................. A.ll 11:0 p.m,--KOMO.TV--Onomfl attllon ................................. NR 1:0 n,m,KTVW.TV--Two Tickets to aroadwy,,,., .................... A-It TUESDAY, MAY 7 9:30 o.m,--KOMO-TV--SonI of the Sarong .................................. e 10:00 n,tI,KTVW-TVDouble DOnOer ........................... , ....... A-II 12t00 Noon--KTVW-TV--Woman on the aeoch ............................... a 2:00 Lm,--KTNT.TV--Laurn ................ , ............ , ................ A-If 3:30 ),m,--KING.TVThO Hole Town ...... ,, ..... , ....................... NR 5:30 ,.m,--KVOS-TV--God ts My Co-Pilot,, .......................... ...A-II 6:30 ,Wl.--KTVW.TV..aoy Staves ............ , ..... ,,,,., ..........  .... A.II 10:00 I.m,--KTVW,TV--ThI Lend IS Mine ................................ A-II 11:00 Lm,--KVO$,TV+The Corn IS Green .............................. a 11:30 ),m,KOM0-TVTropI: Fury ................. , ......... , ........ ,,,Ngt 11:30 ,.m.--KTNT-TV--Crack UP ......................... + ................ A.II 1:00 a,m.--KTVW-TV--Gongwny for TomorrOw ............................ A-tl WEDNESDAY, MAY I 9:30 a m,--KOMO.TV--Cgarette Girl .................................... A.II 10:00 a,m.--KTVW.TV--Glrt Ond the Oombler ...... , ....... ,., .... , ........ A,tl 12:00 NOOn--KTVW.TVFlnlshln SchOol ,,,, .................. , ........... NR 2:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Crark Up ......................................... A-II 3:30 p,m,--KIN@.TV--Prt,entlnl Lily Mors (Pnr I).,,, ............. ,..,,A.tl S:30 p,m.KVOS-TVAt Swords P01nt ..................................... A-H 6:30 p.m.--KTVW.TV--They Live By Nt0ht,., ..... , ................. , ..... NR 10:00 p.m,KTVW-TVMoCn0 ..,,, .... ,,,,,,,,.., ....... ,,,....,,.,,., ..... B 10:$0 p.m,+KTNT.TVm$1tm ........... ,, ..... ,,., ............... + .......... A-t 11:00 p.m.--KVOS.TV--BIg Street .......................................... A-TI 11:30 p.m.KOMO,TVLove Lotfery ...................................... NR 1:00 a.m.KTVW-TVEnchond Cottpe ............ , ................... A-I THURSDAY, MAY 9 9:30 o,m.--KOMO.TV--Ylt0wstone ..,..,,..,. .................. ,.,., ...... NR 10:00 o.m.--KTVW.TV--Leoptrd Mtt ...................................... A-H 12:00 Noon--KTVW.TV--Th0y Ltve ay Nloht ................................ NR 2:00 ,m,KTNT.TV--SlIm  ...... , .................................. A-I 3:30 s,m.KtNG.TVPreennn LIIv Mars SPort iii ...... ,.., ......... A-H $:30 ,.m,KVOS.TV--HeWs Horizon ..................................... A-II 6:30 Lm,KIRO.TV--Thls Stde of the Law .................... .,.,.. .... A+II 10:00 ,.m,KTVW-TVKIn0 KOa .................. , ...................... NR 10:00 ,.m.KTNT-TVGolng Plnc , ...... ..,..,.,,.,, ................... A-I 11:00 ,.m.KVOS.TVMoontlde ............................................ 13 11:30 ,m,KOMO-TVSahorn .., ................ ' .......................... A-I 1t:45 Lm,--KTVWTV$1x Gun Gold ........................................ A-I 1:00 o.m,--KTVW-TVGombllng HOUSe ........ ,..,,, ........ ,.+, .......... B FRIDAY, MAY 10 9:0 o.m.--KOMO-TV--Don't Get Personal ................................ A-I 10:00 o.m,KTVW.TVTh Witness Choir ......... , ........................ A-St 12:00 Noon--KTVW.TV--Next Time t Marry ............................... A-II 2:00 ),m,--KTNT,TV--Golo0 Ptoees ................. , ..................... A-t 3:30 ,.m.--KING.TV--See Here, Privet0 HatJrove ................. , ....... A-I 5;30 ,.m,KVOS-TV--Wild OIH Hckok Rides ............................. A-I 6:30 Lm,--KTVW-TV--Fighflng Father Dunne ............................. A-I 10:0{I ,,m,KTVW-TVWest of the Pcos ................... , ............... A-t 10:30 Lm.--KTNT.TVThe Mlohty Barnum .... , ............................ NR 11:00 ,.m,--KVOS-TVCry of the Cty ................................ A-It 11:30 Lm.KOMO-TVGood ale YOung .............................. ..... A-It 1"0 a,m.--KTVW-TVCr ossft re ........................... , .............. 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