Captured on Film #10
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 Feb. 27, 1989.
Kids and snow just go together. At Washington School, several students made the most of the opportunity on the playground before classes began, including Marcus Lowe, left, and Bryan McDowell, right. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published March 2, 1990.
Cheryl Hillman of Disc Jockey Records held a rap music compact disc with a warning label attached to alert the buyer of possible objectionable material on the album. Such labels weren't really new, but some labels poked fun at those wanting the warnings on the albums. This one read: "Parents strongly cautioned. X rated. Some materials may be X-tra hype and inappropriate for squares and suckers." (Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Sept. 27, 1988.
Cape Girardeau high school teacher Terry Kitchen gave instructions to Rex Crosnoe, one of his driver education students. In addition to his teaching duties, Kitchen enjoyed his close work with students as a baseball coach. (Mark Sterkel ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published March 8, 1987.
Matt Petzoldt jazzed it up along with fellow members of the Jackson High School jazz band during its performance at the eighth annual Jazz Festival hosted by the Cape Girardeau Public Schools. Sixteen area junior high and high school jazz bands participated along with a band of area professionals and festival judges. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Nov. 4, 1977.
Members of the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee reported for KP duty at the Arena Building in preparation for the annual Area Appreciation Night dinner. Members of the potato-peeling detail were, from left, foreground clockwise: Ed Blumenburg, Kevin Gerlach, Martin W. Loos, Weldon Macke, Earl W. James and W.A. Boitnott. (Phil Nash ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published March 7, 1990.
Responsibility for the operations and maintenance of the Scott City Parks and Recreation Department rested with Penny Wingerter, right, parks director, and William "Bud" Holder, parks superintendent. Behind them was the partially-enclosed Scott City Horseshoe Pavilion, the largest structure of its type between St. Louis and Memphis. Besides the Scott City Community Park Complex, the department also operated a smaller park and a baseball and softball complex. ( Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Sept. 11, 1978.
While a large crowd took advantage of the variety of activities at the 14th annual St. Vincent's College Fall Festival, Sister Mary, a sixth-grade English teacher at St. Mary's Grade School, became a temporary plant, pot and hanger salesman at one of the carnival booths. (Southeast Missourian archive photo)