Captured on Film #159
Captured on Film galleries feature Southeast Missourian photographs taken mainly in the 1960s through the 1990s, before the age of digital photography. Comments or questions about these images should be directed to librarian Sharon Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published March 1, 1993.
Julia Jorgensen points out stories of special interest in the Southeast Missourian newspaper for her students at Cape Girardeau Central High School, one of 60 schools in four counties that use the newspaper in the classroom. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast MIssourian archive)
Published March 21, 1993.
Jess Bolen will continue to service customers of the former A.E. Birk and Son plumbing firm. Bolen has over 32 years of experience in the plumbing business. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published March 14, 1993.
U.S. Senator John Danforth, right, talks with Jack Sterrett, left, and Bob Hemperey prior to the Lincoln Day dinner Saturday night at the A.C. Brase Arena Building. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive)
Published March 13, 1983.
Rust and Martin, Inc., a "homegrown" business, is now observing 50 years of steady growth. Shown here are, seated, Eva and Wayne Rust, founders, and standing are staff members of their Cape Girardeau stores, from the left, Barbara Rust, Tennie Rust, Michael Rust, Ruth Ann Vangilder, Marilyn Kinsey, Belle Litzelfelner, Delia Pope, Fern Hubbard, Terry Sidener, Harry Rust, president; Robyn Welker and Carolyn Moore. (Southeast Misourian archive)
Published Jan. 17, 1993.
Southeast Missouri State's Luther Bonds works his way inside for a layup against Murray State Saturday. The Indians suffered a 111-95 setback to the Racers. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive)
Published March 4, 1993.
Don Cox of the American Heritage Agricultural Museum on Old Highway 61 in Scott City stands next to one of the few surviving Freeze threshing machines that were built in Cape Girardeau in the early 1900s by the Freeze Threshing Machine Company. (Don Shrubshell ~ Southeast Missourian archive)
These students of Cape Catholic High School are having a tug of war at Capaha Park in this picture taken in the late 1950s. Cape Girardeau Catholic High School opened in 1954. The name of the school was changed to Notre Dame High School in 1960. The current Notre Dame Regional High School opened in 1998. (G.D. Fronabarger ~ Southeast Missourian archive)