Captured on Film #18
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 email@example.com.
Published Oct. 8, 1979.
St. Vincent's Grade School pupils got a lesson in fire prevention as part of Fire Prevention Week in Cape Girardeau. Far above the ground, Fireman Charles Brawley demonstrated the use of a ladder truck, while the pupils gathered around to watch. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Aug. 26, 1967.
Nobody loafed when it came to raising dough for Cape Girardeau's Teen Age Club. Not even street sweepers were safe from the enterprising salesmen. Jane Loghman, left, Pandora Reitzel and LeVonda Baker explained to Jim Arthur that they and 200 other youths hoped to sell 7,000 to 10,000 loaves of bread today to raise money to keep TAC open. (Kenneth Steinhoff ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published June 12, 1971.
John Webb, left, Doug Renfrow and Darryl Wagoner packed their instruments after one of the Central High School Stage Band's last rehearsals before leaving for Europe June 24. The boys got plenty of practice unloading and loading their musical cargo during the 32-day junket. (Steve Robertson ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Dec. 2, 1978.
Three characters for Central High School's Madrigal Feaste modeled some of the lavish costumes that were worn during the entertainment-filled dinner. They were Andy Limbaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Limbaugh; Donna Sue McNeely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. McNeely, and Doug Cannon, son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Cannon. (Southeast Missourian archive photo)
An unidentified woman prepares to bake cookies in this undated photograph. (G.D. Fronabarger ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
The cast of "Nunsense" rehearsed in July 1993 in the cafeteria of old Notre Dame High School. The show was presented as a fund raiser for the school, the money raised going to make stage and sound improvements. Playing the Little Sisters of Hoboken were, from left, Teresa Seyer, Kathy Welker, Debbie Jansen, Ellen Seyer, and Kara Cracraft. (Don Shrubshell ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published June 8, 1979.
A trio of young skateboarders utilized a concrete drainway at Edgewood and Route K for their sport. From left were Ken Shandy, Chip Haring and Scott Gum. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)