October 12, 1984
MONTREAT - AN D E R'oON'
Volume 8, Number 2
And the 1984 Homecoming Queen Is...
The 1984 Homecoming Court: Top, Maid of Honor candidates: Michelle Foster, Wendy Triplett, Lorie Hightower, Amy Tomion. Bottom,
Queen candidates: Mary Bishop, Dorinda Claus, Jan Davis, Carla Newman.
It is that time of year again.
Homecoming. Aiong with ail the
other festivities, the 1984
Homecoming Queen and Maid of
Honor will be crowned.
The ladies were nominated by
the men on campus. A speciai
dorm meeting was calied to make
the nominations. Later the entire
student body voted for their choice
for queen. The sophomore women
that were chosen by the guys to
run for Queen are Mary Bishop,
Dorinda Claus, Carla Newman, and
Jan Davis. Amy Tomion, Wendy
Triplett, Michelle Foster, and Lori
Hightower are freshman can
didates for Maid of Honor.
Being selected to Homecoming
Court is a speciai honor. Ail the
candidates were excited about
their nomination. Jan Davis said,
“I give full credit to Jesus.” Amy
Tomion said, ‘‘I think it will be a lot
of fun.’’ Wendy Triplett com
mented, “I was surprised. At first I
thought it was a joke. This is the
first time I’ve been on a Homcom-
On Saturday, October 13th. dur
ing the evening dance, two of the
lucky nominees will be named
ing Queen, and Maid of Honor.
Students Come From Far and
Wide to Attend Montreat
Montreat received into its stu
dent body nine new international
students this semester. They each
have a rare courage and strong will
to come into a new culture, leaving
behind families and loved ones in
their own country. Hearing of Mon
treat from different sources, they
view the United States in several
different ways, and have establish
ed for themselves different goals.
Gelila Dimetros was born in
Ethiopia, but has spent most of her
life in Israel. Her brother Naod, a
former student of Montreat, in
fluenced her to attend Montreat.
She sees the United States as be
ing much larger, hke “another
world.” Both, to her, are “beautiful
See “Students,” P. 4
William Shu Ping Hong ■ Taiwan
Kazadi Sangai ■ Zaire
Chinh Nguyen ■ Vietnam