Wimpy’s and Other Prints

Wimpy composite 8x10If you were lucky or quick enough to get one of the 600 tickets to September 19th’s Wimpy’s Day at the Centenary United Methodist Church, look for me if you’d like a photo of what Cape’s iconic hangout looked like in the day and night of 1966. An 8-1/2 x 11″ print will go for $5 (with 10% of net going to the church).

Here’s one in the stack

Teen dance in bank lot 8-21-64I’ll also have a bunch of 11 x 17″ photos from Cape, Perry and New Madrid counties for you to look through. I know you’ll recognize SOMEBODY in at least one of them. I’m tired of hauling them around, so I’ll part with those for $10 each. Here’s where this photo was taken. Click on it to make it large enough to see if you were dancing in the bank lot.

Here’s my earlier post about the event.


2 Replies to “Wimpy’s and Other Prints”

  1. Would you or anyone you know happen to have a photo of my third great-grandmother, Cecelia Wilson. Cecelia was reported to be the oldest living resident of Cape when she died about 1911. There was a lengthy newspaper article about her life and death. I am the family genealogist and have been to Cape but so far have failed to find anyone with a photo of Grandmother Cecelia. She sold soda at her son’s (John Brown) corner store there in Cape.

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