Virginia Moore Tretsven performs, from Las Cruces Sun-News, 28 Oct 1948
No. MRT. variable be Lunch made 163 ext. are AM Students In Church Program The First Christian Church of Las Cruccs had many members of tile AM student holly on Its pro;ram pro;ram last Sunday. At the moiling moiling service Mrs. Watne Tretsven rang "A Prayer" by David Guion. icr accompanist was Miss Maur- cc Mount. A t the Sunday evening service liss Mount piesentecl the AM College Chorus. The Girl's Choir sang "Now the Day is Over" by Barney as arranged by Fred Waring. Waring. The second number was "The Cheruuim Song" by Bornoskl as arranged by Tschaikowsky. The hird number was "Bless This louse" by Taylor and Brane as arranged by Janssen. Miss Rita Calcote was the accompanist. Other college students in the Chorus were: Josephine Klier. Jer- Â·y Cole, Fred Ewing. Virginia Tretsven, B e r n i e Piotrowski, Frank Greeri, and Miss Lillian Rolfe. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, also students at the college, directed the dramatization of the Parable of the Good Samaritan, with the following boys having parts; Gary Perkins Don Miller, Gordon Roe- tierer, Johnnie Towne, Jack Towne, Carl Lovelady, Ralph Early, and Homer Heinzman.