Captured on Film #62
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 May 9, 1991.
The Cape Girardeau Lions Club honored the Southeast Missouri State University Otahkians basketball team at a luncheon meeting at the Holiday Inn. From left were Michael Richey, president; Jerri Wiley, Sarita Wesley and head coach Ed Arnzen. (Southeast Missouri archive)
Published March 9, 1980.
Kent Cargle, left, president of the Cape Girardeau Board of Education, and Mayor Paul W. Stehr shared in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new $1.1 million city-school swimming pool. The 50-meter indoor pool, on the campus of Central High School, opened to the public March 9, 1980. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published April 29, 1991.
Chris Johnston of Cape Girardeau admired the bluegill that he caught at Capaha Park Lagoon. He used corn for bait. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published May 14, 1991.
Peter Hilty, professor of English at Southeast Missouri State University, talked with student Therese Gunawardena from Sri Lanka in his office in the Grauel Building. Hilty, who had taught at Southeast for 29 years, was one of 14 university faculty who retired that year. (Southeast Missouri archive)
Published April 1, 1991.
Carrol Schaefer of the Cape Girardeau Fire Department checked over the diesel engine in one of the departmentís trucks at Fire Station No. 1. Schaefer retired after 33 years with the department, 27 years as its mechanic. (Mark Sterkel ~ Southeast Missouri 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. Frank Glueck was one of the card players. (Phil Nash ~ Southeast Missourian archive)
Published March 21, 1970.
High school pupils from the area were in abundance in Cape Girardeau to compete in their areas of interest. Among the young musicians in town for competition were these four girls from Charleston, Missouri. The trumpet trio, from left, was made up of Jan Huffstutter, Brenda Coffer and Lisa Fox. The pianist was Mary Ann Clark. (Southeast Missourian archive)