Far Eastern Academy - Coral Cadence Yearbook (Singapore, Asia)

 - Class of 1968

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» ) V b 1 -) ' iJ i . JKmjK S B HII Wt. flU - ' - - A PwTllMMi »i ■■r- - M ■ . ' - ' M M S| 9m: ' M V S H V ■■■-S ij rP : % r V ' ■ ■ ' ■ 9 m •X- , T..- V- CADENCE M.C. (P) 0421 J COR A L s s s r o s a d r n P e r t d e a a o 1 g u m d d P r i a d i s e s t 8 n e n 1 c s s i i z n t i a o a s s t n t i o n s «v t r a t i o i o n 8 7 7 6 3 I n 5 t 5 9 7 5 9 8 this is the story o{ FEA ' 68 but what is FEA? FEA isn ' t just: Buildings ike the Ad building FEA is: the Orien where our parents work Singapore jQismb . t m the republic we live in INi at i Studies vhat we ' re mainly here for Activities tke life ofFEA Us in any number this is FEA d e d i c a t i o n a man with an exceptional taste for the finer things of life a friend who is ready to help in an unclear situation a musician ready to share his talents with others a worker, always looking for better ways to do the job a teacher, who has shared in the joys, sorrows, rewards and dis- appointments of five years here at F.E.A. to you, Mr. Keyes, for your unstinting help your ever-ready sense of humor your value as a true friend, wise counselor and good example we dedicate this 1968 Coral Cadence ' jjf H i :1 Ar Elder G. D. Thompson Principal lti 10 Mr. J. G. Keyes i English I - IV Registrar mma - Mr. R. R. Greve Maths and Sciences Mrs. Greve Accountant 11 Mis ' j Bev Paulson Girl ' s Dean Shorthand Typing Mrs. Lee R N Nurse JuPWcn i] f% Mr. Fred Lee Boy ' s Dean History P. E. Photography 12 mm Mrs. Huq French II Mrs. Krogstad Home Ec Mrs. Lyon Library Laundry Mrs. Brodeur Matron Sk| RT 1 i Mrs. R. S. Watts, piano r. B. C. Kuist, music organizations w» i Mrs. Kuist, organ, piano Mrs. Aaby, library, german 14 fea t Bonnie Ekvail Vice President Darrel Bedwell Treasurer Gary Watts President Cheryl Ortner Secretary 17 Ed Jensen Pastor Bill Bertochini John Anholm Genene Guild Bonnie Munson 18 ■ .- i -.- A ' JX Linda VanArsdale Kent Runyan Myla Williams 19 this year the senior boys, remembering the fun they hnd on lost year ' s boy ' s club trip, persuaded the girls to go to an island off Mersing, neighboring the Breakers ' island, for their annual trip, and this is where they stranded themselves for four luxurious days. • s e i o r t r i V Genene and micurichrome 20 the kitchen offer-swim shower D.E.W. tree 21 mm mmMmmM ,:Mm: ' " ' ' %. Kathy Brown , Secretary-Treasurer jitit ' i t Linda Ludden Vice President Dwight Nelson President i Johnette Aaby Doug Clark Pastor Vonnie Bullock Darrell Genstler Leroy Curry ■ftV ' fcaagaws ' frjffjiilyf rfjkwW Riki Hall Claudia Johnson Jeanne Hardinge Judy Kuester Sid Kuester 25 Lynn Ludden Lorry McGill Becky Runyan Beverly Spurgeon 26 V 1 C n t c s e n I o r I u II I o r f eating in the cracker factory super supper at McGili ' s flick: " The Silent World " catching the morning train to Johore Kota Tinggi cool-in 27 Judy Bruce Earl Allen Cyndee Crawford Rosanne Guild Janice Hall 29 Lolly Nelson Rick Olson Yvonne Jensen Renee Novak Debbie Ortner Dave Roth 30 Andrea Thrasher Steve Shipowick Jim VanArsdale Joanell Watts A „ .. A :l Bruce Aaby Brant Bartlett Gary Barber Steve Brown 33 Lyn Crider Curtis Genstler Mike Crawford Dave Clark Barbie Milliard f ' ' ' ' .- ' ' Wlltf Mark Johnson Del Johnson Nancy Jensen Kimber Lantry Orly Nelson ). Cindy Novak 36 A sa Gary Watts, president Sid Kuester, pastor Linda Ludden, vice-president John Anholm, treasurer Lolly Nelson, secretary id the privilege of trying ratified at the end of last year, ii pr oe better than v»ihal most had thought it A . _ il won over the old constitution by dividing the responsibilities of the executive com- mittee into sub-committees, eocb heoded by on execu- tive officer. 1st S E M E S T E R Mrs. Ekvall, advisor 38 I I o w e e n eyeballs in the soup Adam ' s apple spook house n o e 1 walking in the rain fhe chipmunks 40 " chicken poxes " " winter wonderland ' ' 41 " sleighbells ringing " IJ t V f c ft c lObe-OM-ilic-uuf (fiU the popular pastime € r p p 1 e s Bonnie Ekvall, Andrea Thrasher, Linda VanArsdale, Joanell Watts, Jim VanArsdale, reporters Genene Guild, editor Rick Olson, artist Vonnie Bullock, co-editor James Anholm, circulation manager Judy Bruce, Steve Shipowick, Judy Kuester, typists 43 Ed Jensen, editor c c s t a £ f Earl Allen, photo editor Sid Kuester, photographer Fred Lee, advisor Dave Roth, lay-out editor 44 : »! ' ifcl Dwight Nelson, artist i Becky Runyan, secretary Rick Olsen, b.c. leader Steve Shipowick, circulation manager Kent Runyan, business manager Cyndee Crawford, peanuts leader B C t ii V s a m n PEANUTS peanuts looses to b.c. 46 s V r f e s t i V a 1 orbiting space capsule principal gets " dunked " this history making event for Coral Cadence benefit was enjoyed by many, in addition to the above booths there were: magic show, freak house, mini golf, and spook house. 47 " my tan i " Eiiiiiiiiiiiinii liiiltti illlllllfftlillls h r e a fc e r . at the national theatre n i h t o u t coming out the first Saturday night M. ' M ft inside looking out of a boat going to the islands Larry McGili, pastor Dwight Nelson, secretary-treasurer Kent Runyon, president Ed Jensen, parliamentarian Cyndee Crawford, devotional secretary Vaida Falconbridge, pianist Jean Hardinge, secretary-treasurer Bonnie Ekvall, president Christmas caroling Herman wins the bench slave doy k 50 t h e y e a r of t h e d u c h P " -?-- " - chauffeur peddled Chinese waycsng satire 51 ■ th in the new feeling of it, othly. in the evisions, the John Anholm, president ' V ' 7 Vonnie Bullock, Ripples editor Ed Jensen, C. C. editor Mrs. Ekvall, advisor 52 V a I e s ft €( s liftUsii ' -J W%i 53 Renee dramatizes " waiting for a date s t r e e t s Japanese gypsies sing again, this time in western territory f 1 a r e d o unsung heros 54 Rusty and Slim tell of ChowTex and of the Gary-Roy p.e.-canteen runs. a f r ■r saw and guitar duet Dave Clark and Cheryl Ortner are crowned as courtesy king and queen. 55 finding something = nothing ■ f ' i .■ " UStDlSB, matching thoughts u n stressing an unstressoble point in student faculty meeting. t a c h e r s the day we took over it was rough, especially with the side-show. 56 57 afternoon at Hontu Vonnie Bullock, edilor Sid Kuester, lay-out editor, photographer Andrea Thrasher, co-editor Yvonne Jensen, circulation manager Rick Olson, Riki Hall, Lolly Nelson, Rosanne Guild, Del Johnson, Dwight Nelson, Renee Novak, Danny Smith, reporters Wendy Wilcox, Judy Kuester, typists 58 h r e a k e r s c 1 u b lynn ludden, treasurer darrell genstler, parliamentarian bob bretsch, president ed Jensen, pastor truth or consequences club outing to the islands 59 three seconds till date time! Mazda flip Foley, " fastest man in a mini " he Lola T 70 (7) and the Lotus 47 A7 } take 3rd and 2nd. Seow takes first in a Elva Mk. 7s m m S 1 fl a P o r 8 r a n d r i % . 1-. 349cf . os BSA 346cc at devil ' s bend and places 2nd. it had to come out sometime. 60 s e a s I d t r o P t c a n lapanese gypsies ' " tamborine man " 61 long walk off a short pier loin the serenity of the little island e invosion of ose thi spot on - X.. just I recouperation from IMC I w 1 - : -t V. t, ' see the boat, see the big crack that is letting in all of the water 62 eafin ' outa the can is easier land ho! ■ mt cr r morning worship 63 inflight supper on the way to . . . wtfet-. I the movie, " born to sing " 64 c o r a I e t t e s anti - chatter box day Cheryl Ortner, president Bev Spurgeon, treasurer Lolly Nelson, devotional secretary Yvonne Jensen, pianist 65 fashion show premier u s 1 G Mr. B. C. Kuisf, director jrM ' i ' " Christmas concert, Raffles Square downtown Singapore this year the far eastern academy wind ensemble put on a total of ten public appearances, several at the request of the Singapore government. afternoon concert at McRitchie reservoir 66 long practicing periods in the chapel 67 . . . earns a fabulous public performance, this time for the crusade in a combined church choir. catty trio our advertisers emcee Lee " kitchen gymnastics " Rene and Cindy win the novelty prize t a I e n t n 8 h t " carnival of venice " Kimber wins the light section " grande valse brilliant " Curtis takes the serious section. 68 don jacobsen w e e k of P r a y e r 70 ted jones 71 bus battle the favorite angle V o r t a f C It S O ft a.m. worship ' impending conflict " lectures in session Eider D. A. Delafield lecture homework f.e.Q.fiame BM •■re ' -w. ■ 5- " -.Try I7 ' : M V sabbat h afternoon Action at Toa Poyoh flats i Dave counseling . . . J at the Word of Life Crusade 74 M ' iiiar:- Christmas football playoff s p o r t s beginning a tournament game ANNUAL RECORDS r e c o r d s Bicycle once around compound— Sid Kuester— 1 min. 36.5 sec. ' 67 50 yd. - Darrell Genstler-5.9 sec. ' 67 100 yd. - Darrell Genstler-1 1 .2 sec. ' 68 220 yd. - Larry McGIII-26.3 sec. ' 68 440 yd. - Larry McGill-57.8 sec. ' 68 1 mile — Dave Clark— 5 min. 31 sec. ' 68 2 mile — John Anholm— 12 min. 38 sec. ' 66 3 mile — Bobby Steele— 26 min. 9 sec. ' 66 High— jump Merlin Ekvall— 4 ' 9 " ' 66 Running Broad jump- Wayne Barber— 16 ' 8 " ' 66 Standing broad jump- Bill Bertochini— 9 ' 3 " ' 67 Push— ups— Merlin Ekvall— 60 ' 66 Pull— ups— John Anholm— 15 ' 67 Sit— ups in 2 min.— John Anholm— 71 ' 67 Handstand duration— Bobby Steele— 71 sec. ' 66 Headstand— handstand push— ups— Bobby Steele— 22 ' 66 Basketball freethrow— Merlin Ekvall— 21 out of 30 ' 66 Softball throw-Nelson Thoresen-232 ft. ' 66 Shot put-Don Bretsch-39 ft. ' 67 100 yd. Freestyle— Merlin Ekvall— 1 min. 12 sec. ' 66 100 yd. Backstroke-Merlin Ekvall-1 min. 28.5 sec. ' 66 100 yd. Breaststroke— John Webster— 1 min. 35 sec. ' 66 Underv ater sv im— Delbert Johnson— 50 yd. ' 68 77 Bev and precious water . after 78 " holy cow " the girl ' s " greaseiess " decree r ♦tv In. r 3 xi commuter 80 f W ' S ' % duds shampoo did it! no! limburger! = Hi (in winks!) N V r Sr. Pres. soap + blade = smooth 3 M • : t t I ithy Bretsch, Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Lyon, V. President David Shipowick, President ;■ ' I John Bertochini Jon Olson, Parliamentarian Marlin Williams, Pastor ? « . .-- TTTrgrg; Diane Roth Kenneth McGill ' ■ ' - - jeanie Bruce n Marcia Watts Sheryl Williams Janelle Thompson Ted Webster Jerry Jacobsen Bobby Olson Debbie Greve Mary Jane Lyon Teacher, Miss Naomi Zaiabak Grades 5 - 8 87 Cindy Peterson Terry Williams Kathie McGill Brice Shipowick Aria Jean Genst Ron Johnson Brenda Rau Steve Warts Kevin Lantry Valerie Greve Jennifer Frank Jon Frank TT t t Ronnie Thompson Lyndon Shipowick Danny Roth 88 Miss Eggers Grades 1-4 George Webster Lori Greve Johnny Rau " i Billy Olson Darlene Williams Lori Watts 89 Teddy Jones this year ' s " coral cadence " was produced by more than just a small group of people, everyone had a part in it from campaigning to layout work. the staff I had this year did a very good job. Dave, Kent, and Dwight were willing to help in late night sessions, Sid and Earl provided excellent pictures, Becky and Linda, set the captions, Steve, Rick, and Cyndee started and kept the campaign going. and then there were others, Mr. Lee who helped us when we were in a pinch, the photography class that took all the pictures, everyone that helped us in the Festival and the sub-campaign. Tang Lup Seng and Tan Pak Ann at the Malaysian Signs Press who did the graphic arts work, and Mr. Lin who did the characters used on the pages. and of course all of those who just helped when they could. Thank you. F Ed Jensen WELCOME BIENNIAL COUNCIL— FAR EASTERN DIVISION, GENERAL C SeVENTH-DAYADVENTJSTS •lyae ' TWAS A BUSY YEAR FOR THE FAR EASTERN DIVISION 91 CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1968 FAR EASTERN DIVISION OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE BOX 226 SINGAPORE LIEN WAH WATCHES CAMERAS 108 MOKTll BK1L)(;E ROAU, SUNGAPOKE 6 TEE: 3S229 28S32 ONE Of- THE BIGGEST WHOLESALERS OF WATCHES, CAMERAS. 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Youngberg Memorial Hospital A .SI VINIH DAY ADVKNTIST INSTITUTION 3(W IPPf R SfRVNCrOON ROAD. SINCAPORT T[:-L:89-271 (I IVC LINliS) student roster 1967 68 Aaby, Bruce, pg. 33 Aaby, Johnette, pg. 23 309 Upper Serangoon Rood Singapore 13 Allen, Earl, pg. 29 Allen, Edward pg. 33 P. O. Box 1772 Manila, Philippines Anholm, James, pg. 24 Anholm, John, pg. 18 4515 Sunnyside Road Salem, Oregon, U. S. A. Barber, Gary, pg. 33 Box 85 Bandung, Java Indonesia Bartlett, Brant, pg. 33 Djl. Kalabat 153 Menado, Celebes Indonesia Bedwell, Darrel, pg. 17 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Bertochini, Bill, pg. 18 P. O, Box 226 Singapore Bretsch, Bob, pg. 24 251 Upper Serangoon Rood Singapore 13 Brown, Kathy, pg. 23 Brown, Steve, pg. 33 Mountain View College Malaybalay, Bukidnon Philippines Bruce, Judy, pg. 29 c o H. C. Kephart 1043 South Third St. Calimesa, California, 92320 Bullock, Vonnie, pg. 24 Garland Apartments Berrien Springs, Michigan U. S. A. 49104 Burgess, Beth, pg. 29 1000 Chung Cheng Road Taipei, Taiwan Clark, Dave, pg. 34 Clork, Doug, pg. 23 Taipei, Taiwan 1000 Chung Cheng Road Crawford, Cyndee, pg. 29 Crawford, Mike, pg. 34 G. P. O. Box 613 Bangkok, Thailand Crider, Lyn, pg. 34 G. P. O. Box 613 Bangkok, Thailand Curry, Leroy, pg. 24 1000 Chung Cheng Road Taipei, Taiwan Ekvall, Betty Sue, pg. 34 Ekvall, Bonnie, pg. 17 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Falconbridge, Vaida, pg. 34 Garland Apartments Berrien Springs, Michigan U. S. A. 49104 Genstler, Curtis, pg. 34 Genstler, Dorrell, pg. 24 309 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 13 Hall, Janice, pg. 29 Hall, Riki, pg. 25 Rt. 1, Box 154-A Heyden Lake, Idaho U. S. A. Hardinge, Jeanne, pg. 25 25225 Huron Street Loma Linda, California U. S. A. Hilliard, Barbara, pg. 34 Garland Apartments Berrien Springs, Michigan U. S. A. 49104 Jensen, Ed, pg. 17 Jensen, Nancy, pg. 35 G. P. O. Box 613 Bangkok, Thailand Jensen, Yvonne, pg. 30 465 Burmah Road Penong, Malaysia Johnson, Claudia, pg. 25 Johnson, Mark, pg. 35 Vincent Hill School Mussoorie, U. P. India Johnson, Del, pg. 35 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Kuester, Judy, pg. 25 Kuester, Sid, pg. 25 Adventist Medical Center G. P. O. Box 148 Naha, Okinawa Lantry, Kimber, pg. 35 Lontry, Steve, pg. 30 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Ludden, Linda, pg. 23 Ludden, Lynn, pg. 26 P. O. Box 226 Singapore McGill, Larry, pg. 26 309 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 13 Munson, Bonnie, pg. 18 Box 34 Koto Kincbalu Sabah, Borneo Nelson, Dwight, pg. 23 P. O. Box EA Agana, Guam. 96910 Nelson, Lolly, pg. 30 Nelson, Orly, pg. 35 G. P. O. Box 613 Bangkok, Thailand Novak, Cindy, pg. 36 Novok, Renee, pg. 30 c o Rumah Sakit Advent Djl. Dr. Sam Ratulangi 139 Bandung, Java Indonesia Olson, Rick, pg. 30 Olson, Karen, pg. 36 309 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 13 Ortner, Cheryl, pg. 30 Ortner, Debbie, pg. 17 Box 2 Serian, Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia Peterson, Roy, pg. 26 Peterson, Steve, pg. 36 309 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 13 Roth, Dove, pg. 30 c o E. Runge 8102 Carroll Avenue Takoma Park 12, Maryland U. S. A. 20012 Runyan, Becky, pg. 26 Runyan, Kent, pg. 19 South China Union College Clear Water Boy Road Kowloon, Hong Kong Shipowick, Steve, pg. 31 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Smith, Danny, pg. 36 G. P. O. Box 613 Bangkok, Thailand Spurgeon, Beverlee, pg. 20 1 Stella Bel Air, Makati Manila, Philippines Thrasher, Andrea, pg. 31 c o Rumah Sakit Advent Djl. Dr. Sam Ratulangi 139 Bandung, Java Indonesia VanArsdole, James, pg. 31 VanArsdale, Linda, pg. 19 1000 Chung Cheng Road Taipei, Taiwan Watts, Edie, pg. 36 P. O. Box 226 Singapore Watts, Gary, pg. 17 c o Burns Watts P. O. Box 283 Angwin, California U. S. A. 94508 Watts, Joonell, pg. 31 251 Upper Serangoon Roac Singapore 13 Webster, Dick, pg. 36 102 Westloke Avenue Singapore 20 Wilcox, Wendy, pg. 31 669 Oakville Rood Napa, California U. S. A. 94558 Williams, Myla Roe, pg. 19 S. D. A. Mission Box 410 Naha, Okinawa 95 a moment to ponder the year that is past... and off into the unknown future . . ■t ' :M : ' :m M


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