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Fred Lynch

Cape Frozen Foods

Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2012, at 12:00 AM

Cape Frozen Foods was established by W.H. "Bill" Daniels in 1945 and operated until 1971. This photo at 207 Broadway was likely taken before 1956, the year the granite cobblestones were removed. Note the remains of streetcar rails in the middle of Broadway hill. The dwelling at the right was the Daniels' residence. (G.D. Fronabarger photo)

March 31, 1945 Southeast Missourian

It is announced that Philips & Co. has purchased the former Park Hotel building and house and lot immediately to west at 207-209 Broadway; company will install modern frozen food locker plant, for which government priorities have been granted; it will require six to eight weeks to install plant and make other necessary improvements. The plant is to have 500 lockers.

Feb. 23, 1946 Southeast Missourian advertisements

Enjoy the delights of eating out-of-season fresh frozen foods. We offer you Birds-Eye Spinach, Asparagus Tips, Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, Golden Corn and garden fresh tender Peas. Cape Frozen Food Lockers, 207 Broadway.

Fresh frozen foods are our specialty. Chicken-a-la-king, Vegetable Chop-Suey, Crab Meat Cocktail, Shrimp Creole, Frozen Lake Trout, and Birds-Eye Cod Fillets are some of the very popular items in our complete stock of frozen foods. Cape Frozen Food Lockers, 207 Broadway, phone 53.

Aug. 5, 1948

6-cu.ft. lockers for zero storage now available to rent at $17.75 per year, at Cape Frozen Food Lockers, phone 53, and Jackson Frozen Food Lockers, phone 307.

Feb. 15, 1951

Smokehouse full of bacon -- between 300 and 400 pounds in all -- is destroyed by early morning fire at Cape Frozen Food Lockers, 207 Broadway; fire is confined to one smokehouse in basement of three-story, brick building, and damage to building itself is relatively minor.

Dec. 1, 1955

The Amana Plan -- Live better for less money. Cape Frozen Foods, 207 Broadway, dial 4-1353, Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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