Captured on Film #58
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 April 10, 1991.
John Blue, left, declined to rebut the "charges" brought against him by fellow members of the Cape Girardeau Rotary Club who "roasted" him and presented him with the quarterly Outstanding Rotarian Award. With him was Moe Sandfort, club president.
Published July 10, 1975.
When Mrs. A.M. Spradling III, left, became Cape Girardeau's summer recreation program director in June 1975, she was given the old, red car formerly used by the fire chief. Here she conversed with the program's executive secretary, Dana Kaiser. (Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published May 24, 1991.
Bob Thompson with the Cape Girardeau Fire Department helped Thorngate employee Marty Lemons operate a fire extinguisher to put out a container fire. The exercise, conducted in the Thorngate parking lot, was periodic training on the proper use of fire extinguishers for Thorngate supervisors and management. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published May 28, 1991.
Tom Giles, right, presents a certificate for 50 years of service to the American Legion to Elvis Goodman, 97, of Scott City. The presentation was made during a Memorial Day service at Cape Girardeau County Park. Goodman was a resident of the Missouri Veterans Home. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published April 4, 1979.
An old school bus at Kelso was converted into a club room for a group of local men, who met there daily to play cards. Ed Martin was one of the card players. (Phil Nash ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published Oct. 2, 1988.
Ronald and Carolyn waited for their turns at the table as they participated in a new Busch Pool League at Brothers Lounge. (Mark Sterkel ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)
Published May 12, 1991.
Blair Hinkebein, 8, of Jackson, spun one of the windmills, made by the Cedar Shop of Farmington, Missouri, during the arts and crafts fair at Capaha Park. The two-day fair featured about 25 arts and crafts booths. (Mark Sterkel ~ Southeast Missourian archive photo)