Myrtie Moore Scrapbook Part 3  
Myrtie Moore Smith's Scrapbook
Part 3

Pam Davis has graciously agreed to share the contents of her Grandmother's scrapbook with us. There is a lot of information on Casnovia Township and its other residents to be found here. You may find a reference to your own family, and if not still gain knowledge of what life was like in the area for our ancestors. If you find a link to one of Pam's relatives, or just want to thank her for sharing, you can email her here-Pam Davis.
You can find more information on Pam's family here.


 

Myrtie Moore Smith and Franklin B. Smith- 40th Wedding Anniversary taken April
1937. 

Assorted Newspaper Clippings 

Most of the clippings in the scrapbook do not include dates or reference what paper they had appeared in. They are still interesting and include information about the area in which they lived as well as the residents of the area. 






Elder E. E. Loomis Is Given Surprise on Birthday Anniversary
    Elder E. E. Loomis, pastor of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints, was given a pleasant birthday anniversary surprise Monday night at his home at 972 Apple avenue, and was presented with a number of gifts. A buffet supper was served to nearly 75.
    Elder Loomis served as assistant to Elder Archibald Whitehead and at his death four years ago, took over the pastorate of the church, which has prospered under his leadership.

Mrs. E. E. Loomis Is Honored on Birthday

    Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Marks, Grand Haven road, entertained at their home Saturday evening, honoring Mrs. E. E. Loomis on her birthday anniversary. Games were enjoyed. Table decorations included a large birthday cake, occupying the center of the table. Lunch was served to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Comstock of Fruitport, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Babcock, Mr. Mrs. William Farwig and sons, Earl, William and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cooper, the Misses Karleen and Norene Loomis, Willard Gannon, the honor guest, host and hostess. Mrs. Loomis was presented with many gifts.

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From Pam-"I just came across a group picture taken in Muskegon...looks like 1935.
There is no writing on the back of photo to tell who the participates are.
The photo was in the funeral book of my uncle  Cedric (Ted) Thompson who
died at age 21 in 1936."


 
 
 
 


 

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