Lifesaving Class

I should have run these photos when it was unseasonably warm back in Cape a couple of weeks ago. They’ll have to serve as reminders of warmer days now that smoke is coming out of Cape Girardeau chimneys.

I’m assuming that it was a lifesaving class at Capaha Park Pool in 1964. I see some faces that look familiar, but I’ll let you put names to them.

Other pool photos

Lifesaving photo gallery

Click on any photo to make it larger, then click on the left or right side of the image to move through the gallery. Name guesses are encouraged.

11 Replies to “Lifesaving Class”

  1. looking at the photo.they must have been sitting underneath that huge treee that shaded that large area closest to the train. i remember the staff complaining about the leaves that would fall into the pool

  2. The guy in the t-shirt on the right side in #4 is Joe Lynch and Randy Stahly is looking down and towards the camera. I don’t think Larry McLaird is in any of the pics. Larry and I used to hang out and I don’t remember him being a swimmer.

  3. It’s unfortunate that the masters of television production can’t come up with a modern-day “Name That Tune” centered around old photographs, perhaps something like “Identify the Geezer When He Was Young”. I choose Mark Stuart as my partner.

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