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Sheridan Crow & Alice Richardson Griffith Newspaper Tidbits

Newspaper Tidbits
Dr. Sheridan Crow Griffith
&
Alice Richardson Griffith




Our school is flourishing under the supervision of Jas Goddard, as principal, and S. Schoolcraft and Miss Alice Richardson, as assistants.
Spirit of Democracy, February 7, 1889

Miss Alice Richardson returned from Wheeling, W. Va., last week, where she has been visiting.
Monroe Gazette, July 3, 1890

School begins Monday, October 6. The teachers are L.A. Witten, E.J. Graham of Woodsfield, and Alice Richardson.
Monroe Gazette, October 2, 1890

Miss Alice Richardson is visiting in Padena Valley.
Monroe Gazette, May 7, 1891

Alice Richardson has returned home.
Monroe Gazette, August 13, 1891

School begun last Monday with Prof. L.A. Witten, Dennis and Alice Richardson as teachers.
Monroe Gazette, October 22, 1891

The school seems to be doing well under the superintendency of Profs. Witten, Dennis and Alice Richardson.
Monroe Gazette, December 10, 1891

Miss Alice Richardson of the Woodsfield schools is spending her vacation here with her friends.
Spirit of Democracy, January 4, 1894

Dr. Griffith is "shut in" with a case of mumps, which he brought with him from Woodsfield last week.
Spirit of Democracy, April 5, 1894

Miss Maggie Work of Wheeling is spending the summer with Alice Richardson.
Spirit of Democracy August 2, 1894

Miss Alice Richardson spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Monroe Gazette, October 11, 1894

Mr. S. C. Griffith and Miss Alice Richardson were quietly married last Tuesday at Woodsfield.
Spirit of Democracy, November 8, 1894

Dr. S.C. Griffith was at Woodsfield Tuesday.
Monroe Gazette, November 8, 1894 :written Nov. 5)

Mrs. Dr. Griffith, nee Richardson, whose marriage was so romantic a few weeks ago, resigns her school this week.
Wheeling Register, November 11, 1894

Mrs. Dr. Griffith came home Thursday.
Spirit of Democracy, December 6, 1894

Mrs. Dr. S.C. Griffith returned home from Woodsfield Thanksgiving.
Monroe Gazette, December 6, 1894

Dr. S. C. Griffith returned home Sunday morning.
Monroe Gazette, January 3, 1895

E. B. Griffith was the guest of his brother a few days this week.
Monroe Gazette, May 23, 1895

John Griffith was the guest of his brother, Dr. S. C. Griffith, Sunday.
Monroe Gazette, August 22, 1895

Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Griffith are the happy parents of a lovely little girl.
Spirit of Democracy, October 3, 1895

Dr. Griffith is busy vaccinating.
Spirit of Democracy, January 16, 1896

Mrs. S. C. Griffith and daughter Lucille spent a few days with Wheeling friends the past week.
Monroe Gazette, April 30, 1896

Dr. Griffith, wife and little daughter and Miss Maggie Work returned Friday from visiting Beallsville friends.
Monroe Gazette, September 3, 1896

Dr. Griffith and W. A. Humphrey were at Clarington one day last week.
Monroe Gazette, September 17, 1896

Dr. S.C. Griffith and Ort. Cunningham were at Woodsfield Tuesday.
Monroe Gazette, September 24, 1896

Mr. Griffith of Jerusalem was visiting his son, Dr. S.C. Griffith, a few days.
Monroe Gazette, October 1, 1896

Dr. S. C. Griffith was at Wheeling Saturday.
Monroe Gazette, October 29, 1896

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith and Miss Adda Knight spent Monday at Wheeling.
Monroe Gazette, February 25, 1897

Dr. S. C. Griffith was at Woodsfield a few days the past week.
Monroe Gazette, March 11, 1897

Mrs. Alice Griffith and daughter Lucille were at Jerusalem the past week.
Spirit of Democracy, July 8, 1897

Dr. S. C. Griffith returned from Chicago Wednesday where he has been attending college.
Spirit of Democracy, July 27, 1899

The Ladies' Aid were very pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith Thursday afternoon.
New Martinsville News, November 28, 1902 (Sardis column)

Dr. S. C. Griffith, was at New Martinsville Friday.
Evening Dispatch, New Martinsville, May 20, 1903

Mrs. Griffith and children, left for Beallsville, Saturday for a few weeks visit.
Evening Dispatch, New Martinsville, August 24, 1903 {Sardis column}

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a business caller at Paden's City Tuesday.
Evening Dispatch, New Martinsville, August 31, 1903

Mrs. Griffith, of Jerusalem, Ohio, and Mrs. McCarty, of Moundsville, W.Va., are guests this week of Dr. S. C. Griffith and family.
Evening Dispatch, New Martinsville, August 17, 1904 {Sardis column}

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith and Mrs. John P. Goodwin spent Friday with Mrs. D. Hissom at Wittens.
Spirit of Democracy, August 30, 1906

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Sistersville Monday.
Spirit of Democracy, August 30, 1906

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Tuesday.
Spirit of Democracy, November 1, 1906

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Friday and Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, November 22, 1906

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, November 29, 1906

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, January 3, 1907

The Ladies Aid Societ was very pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. Dr. Griffith Thursday afternoon. An elegant lunch was served.
Sentinel, January 10, 1907

Dr. Samuel Griffith of Jerusalem visited his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith of this place Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, April 18, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Sistersville Monday.
Spirit of Democracy, April 18, 1907

Joseph Griffith of Jerusalem was the guest of his son Dr. S. C. Griffith several days the past week.
Spirit of Democracy, April 25, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith was called to Moundsville Thursday on business.
Spirit of Democracy, April 25, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a business caller in Woodsfield Thursday.
Spirit of Democracy, May 2, 1907

Mrs. B. G. McCarty of Moundsville is visiting at the home of Dr. S. C. Griffith
Spirit of Democracy, May 16, 1907

Mrs. B. G. McCarty of Moundsville is visiting at the home of Dr. S. C. Griffith
Spirit of Democracy, May 16, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith made a professional trip to Moundsville Sunday.
Spirit of Democracy, May 16, 1907

Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Griffith were at New Martinsville Saturday afternoon.
Spirit of Democracy, June 13, 1907

Mrs. Alice C. Griffith and daughter Lucile were shopping at Sistersville Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, June 27, 1907


Dr. S. C. Griffith and Fred Griffon were business callers at Round Bottom Monday.
Spirit of Democracy, June 27, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a caller at New Martinsville Tuesday.
Sentinel, uly 11, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at Sistersville Tuesday.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, August 1, 1907

Mrs. Sarah Richardson of Wheeling is visiting at the home of Dr. S.C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, August 29, 1907

Dr. S. D. Griffith and wife of Jerusalem spent Sunday here wth his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith and family.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, September 14, 1907

Miss Lucille Griffith returned home Thursday from a five weeks visit with her aunt in Chicago.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, September 19, 1907

Mrs. Ella Griffith of Jerusalem was the guest of Dr. S. C. Griffith and family the latter part of the week.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, October 24, 1907

Dr. S. C. Griffith and Professor John V. Nelson were New Martinsville callers Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, November 14, 1907

Dr. S. D. Griffith of Shadyside spent last Sunday with his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, Sardis, November 28, 1907

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith entertained the ladies' Aid society at her home on Mound street Thursday afternoon. A dainty luncheon was served after the usual afternoon's work and election of officers for year 1909.Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at New Martinsville Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, January 21, 1909

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at New Martinsville Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, January 21, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith had a beautiful new sign put up on the post office last week.
Spirit of Democracy, January 28, 1909

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith left first of the week for a visit with relatives at Shadyside and Wheeling.
Spirit of Democracy, March 4, 1909

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith has returned from a few days visit with relatives at Shadyside and Jerusalem.
Spirit of Democracy, March 11, 1909

Miss Lou Wiley of Wheeling is spending a few days at the home of her aunt Mrs. D. S.C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, March 11, 1909

Dr. S. C. Griffith and wife were callers in Sistersville Thursday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, March 25, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith was a business caller at New Martinsville Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, March 25, 1909

Mrs. Ida Bowen will entertain at her home in New Martinsville Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Lucy Powell a returned missionary from Japan, Mrs. A. C. Vetter, Mrs. Dr. S.C. Griffith, Mrs. John C. Goodwin, Mrs. S. V. Williamson and Miss Maud Ryne from here are honored with invitations.
Spirit of Democracy, April 1, 1909

Miss Lucile Griffith entertained the Musical Society. (organized a few months ago) Friday evening at her home on Mound Street; dainty lunch was served.
Spirit of Democracy, April 1, 1909
Dr. S. C. Grffith returned Saturday evening from a few days business trip at Jerusalem.
Spirit of Democracy, April 1, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith was a professional caller at Paden City Saturday morning.
Spirit of Democracy, April 29, 1909

Dr. S. C. Griffith and A.B. Schoonover attended K. of P. lodge at New Martinsville Wednesday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, May 20, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith and W.L. Winland were at New Martinsville Saturday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, Thursday, June 3, 1909

Lester Griffith and sister Miss Lucille are visiting the Kloetzely home in the country.
Spirit of Democracy, June 24, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith is treating his residence and the post office to a new coat of paint which adds much to the appearance.
Spirit of Democracy, June 24, 1909

Dr. S.C. Griffith and A.B. Schoonover attended lodge at New Martinsville Sunday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, June 24, 1909

Mrs. Dr. S.C. Griffith left Monday for a months visit with friends at Xenia, Ohio, and her sister Mrs. William Maloney at Chicago, Illinois.
Spirit of Democracy, July 15, 1909

E. B. Griffith of Jerusalem is visiting his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, July 15, 1909

E. B. Griffith returned to Jerusalem Saturday noon from weeks visit here with his brother.
Spirit of Democracy, July 22, 1909

Misses Lucile and Mary Griffith spent Saturday and Sunday at Kloetzly's in the country.
Spirit of Democracy, July 29, 1909

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith is expected home the latter part of this week from a months visit with her sister at Chicago.
Spirit of Democracy, August 12, 1909

Mrs. Dr. S. C. Griffith and son Lester returned Wednesday evening from a month's visit at Xenia Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, and Montpelier, Indiana.
Spirit of Democracy, August 12, 1909

E. B. Griffith and wife of Guymon, Okla., arrived Sunday evening for a visit with his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith and family.
Spirit of Democracy, August 26, 1909

Dr. and Mrs. S.C. Griffith were called to Moundsville Sunday on account of the death of Arthur Farnsworth. Mrs. Griffith remained for the funeral, which took place Monday afternoon.
Spirit of Democracy, August 26, 1909

E.B. Griffith and wife of Guymon, Okla., arrived Sunday evening for a visit with his brother Dr. S.C. Griffith and family.
Spirit of Democracy, August 26, 1909

The Knights of Pythias held their annual picnic Saturday in Nesbitt's orchard, a short distance below town. Rev. Harry Scott of Clarington was the speaker of the day and was listened to by a large and attentive audience. The music was furnished by the New Martinsville band. The "fat ladies" race was won by Mrs. Ida Bowen of New Martinsville. The "sack race" by Ida Ratcliffe. The "three legged" race by Misses Lucile Griffith and Lillian Case of Parkersburg. The "running race" by Miss Lucile Griffith, and the "fat mans race" by John Nieman. The committee in charge expected to have a "grand march" but could not find enough young ladies willing to take part.
Spirit of Democracy, August 26, 1909

Mrs. S.C. Griffith and Mrs. William Webb attended the funeral of Miss Eloise McCormick at Sistersville Wednesday afternoon.
Spirit of Democracy, October 28, 1909

Misses Lucile Griffith and Ida Ratcliffe spent Saturday and Sunday with Kleotzlys in the country.
Spirit of Democracy, November 25, 1909

Miss Lucile Griffith returned home Tuesday morning from Wheeling where she spent the holidays.
Spirit of Democracy, December 16, 1909 {deferred}

Miss Lucile Griffith returned home Tuesday morning from Wheeling where she spent the holidays.
Spirit of Democracy, January 12, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at Woodland, W.Va., Wednesday.
Spirit of Democracy, February 2, 1911

Mrs. Dr. Griffith very pleasantly entertained the Ladies' Aid Society at her home on Mound street Thursday afternoon. After the usual work of the afternoon a very elaborate lunch was served.
Spirit of Democracy, February, 9, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith is ill at his home on Mound street.
Spirit of Democracy, February 9, 1911

Supt. J. V. Nelson and Dr. S. C. Griffith were at Sistersville Monday evening to hear a lecture given by Lon Beauchamp on "Take the Sunny Side."
Spirit of Democracy, February 16, 1911

Miss Lou Wiley of Wheeling arrived Saturday noon for a visit with her aunt Mrs. Dr. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, February 23, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at Woodland, W. Va., Sunday.
Spirit of Democracy, March 23, 1911

Miss Lucile Griffith spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ida Ratcliffe at New Martinsville.
Spirit of Democracy, April 20, 1911 {crowded out of last week}

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, May 4, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller at Wheeling Monday.
Spirit of Democracy, May 18, 1911 {deferred}

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Bellaire Sunday.
Spirit of Democracy, June 1, 1911

Mrs. S. C. Griffith and daughter Lucile were shopping in Sistersville Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, June 1, 1911

The following young people from here attended the picnic at Fraley's grove Saturday: Misses Elizabeth Garden, Marie Hissom, Hazel Bowen, Ethel Thompson, Silvia Smittle, Delia Smittle, Erma Vetter, Neva Gano, Ethel Winland, Golia Farmer, Hattie Thompson, Mrs. D.J. Martin, Clara Hess and Messrs. Charles Hess, Vaine Smittle, Albert Boetticher, Vernon Mercer, George Theiss, Martin Hissom, Henry Garden, Jerry Witten, Herbert Wolff, Webster Hissom, Lester Griffith and Roy Rist.
Spirit of Democracy, July 27, 1911

J. A. White, general agent for the Union Central Life Insurance company spent Saturday and Sunday here at the home of Dr. S.C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, July 27, 1911

Dr. S.C. Griffith was called to Jerusalem Sunday on account of the illness of his father.
Spirit of Democracy, August 10, 1911

Dr. C. S. Griffith and wife and children left Saturday for Jerusalem to attend the funeral of his father Joseph Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, August 17, 1911

Dr. S.C. Griffith was a business caller in Woodsfield Friday.
Spirit of Democracy, August 17, 1911

Misses Flora Frey and Lucille Griffith arrive home Thursday from Wooster where they attended school.
Spirit of Democracy, August 24, 1911

Miss Mary Griffith left Monday for Parkersburg where she will visit with Mrs. M.E. Flaherty.
Spirit of Democracy, August 31, 1911 Sardis

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional visitor at Hannibal Thursday afternoon.
Spirit of Democracy, September 21, 1911

One of the most enjoyable social affairs that has been of late in Sardis, was a house picnic given Wednesday evening at the home of the Misses Lena and Clara Hess in honor of Ralph and Paul Goodwin, who leave shortly for their new home in California. Music and games were the chief diversions of the evening and the bountiful feast that has been prepared for refreshments could not have been surpassed, and to say that the Misses Hess were ideal hostesses would be putting it very mildly. All regret very much to lose the Goodwin boys, but the best wishes of all go with them to their new home. Those present: Miss Ruth Case and Russell Paden of Parkersburg, W.Va., Dr. Melvin Paden of New Mexico, Carl Denbow of Woodsfield, Herbert K. Litten of Martins Ferry, Jerry Witten of Wittens, the Misses Maude Ryan, Ethel Winland, Margaret Dunn, Lucile Griffith, Flora Frey, Hazel Bowen, Elizabeth Garden, Mable Rist, Jennie Litten, Marie Hissom, Hattie Thompson, Lena and Clara Hess, Messrs. Ralph and Paul Goodwin, Frank Paden, Everett Busche, Webster Hissom, Vaine Smittle and Henry Garden.
Spirit of Democracy, September 21, 1911

Misses Flora Frey and Lucile Griffith spent Sunday with Miss Winifred Voegtley at Hannibal.
Spirit of Democracy, October 5, 1911

Misses Flora Frey and Lucille Griffith returned Sunday from a short visit at Hannibal.
October 19, 1911, (crowded out of last week}

John Griffith of Moundsville is the guest of his brother Dr. S. C. Griffith.
Spirit of Democracy, November 2, 1911 (crowded out of last week)

Dr. S. C. Griffith and brother were county seat visitors Tuesday.
Spirit of Democracy, November 2, 1911

Miss Lucile Griffith was at New Martinsville Saturday.
November 16, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Sistersville Thursday.
Spirit of Democracy, November 23, 1911

Lester Griffith and sister Lucille spent Thursday evening in Hannibal.
Spirit of Democracy, November 23, 1911

Dr. S. C. Griffith and son Lester were Sistersville callers Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, December 14, 1911

The reception by the high School alumni association of Sardis which was held Tuesday night was one of the most auspicious events ever held here. 52 guests were in attendance. The event was held at the K. of P. Hall which was prettily decorated with pennants of the various colleges represented, and also with the High School colors, red and black. The following graduates and their guests were present: Hattie Thompson, Frank Bachman; Fred Lemmon, Mrs.George Towle; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Martin; Ethel Winland, Ethel Thompson; Mrs. Charles Sole, Frank Culp; Harry Winland, Lucille Griffith; Clyde Paden, Mattie Dunn; Frank Paden, Winifred Voegtly; Flora Frey, Joe O'Neill; Mabel Rist, Earle Gano; Clara Hess, Charles Hess; Margaret Dunn, Elizabeth Garden; Hazel Bowen, Albert Boetticher; Vaine Smittle, Henry Garden; Mary Farmer, Webster Hissom; Erna Litten, James Litten; Ethel Rush, Clara Rush; Evert Busche, Charles Busche; Brady Winland, John Griffon; Lena Hess, Ruth Hess; Maude R! yne, Grace Bowery; Adda Knight, Mrs. Ella Vetter; Erma Vetter, Dr. F. W. Sharpley; Howard Shook, Harry Busche; Prof. and Mrs. P.E. Fraley; Prof. and Mrs. H.G. Hesson.
Spirit of Democracy, January 11, 1912}

Miss Winifred Voegtley of Hannibal was the guest of Lucile Griffith last week.
Spirit of Democracy, January 11, 1912

John Griffith of Moundsville is visiting at the home of his brother C. S. Griffith at this place.
Spirit of Democracy, January 25, 1912

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a business caller at Moundsville Friday and Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, January 25, 1912

A jolly crowd of girls took a sleigh ride Friday night, going to the home of Miss Elizabeth Nieman where they spent the evening in a very delightful manner. Those enjoying the hospitality of the Nieman home were Mrs. George H. Martin, Misses Evalyn Nesbitt, Maude Ryne, Hattie Thompson, Erma Vetter, Flora Frey, Grace Bowery, Lucille Griffith, Phebe Merckle, Elizabeth Garden, Mable Rist, Ina Dunn, Jeannie Litten, Sylvia Smittle, Margaret Hedinger, Ella Hossman, Lillian Klotzley, Margaret Dunn, Ethel Winland and Messrs. Alex Hedinger and Carl Denbow.
Spirit of Democracy, January 25, 1912

Miss Mary Griffith entertained at her home on Mound street Saturday night in honor of her eleventh birthday. Twenty two were present.
Spirit of Democracy, January 25, 1912

Miss Lucile Griffith spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Lillian Kloetzly at her home in the country.
Spirit of Democracy, January 25, 1912

Clyde Paden, Lester Griffith and Vaine Smittle were Hannibal callers Saturday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, February 15, 1912

Dr. C.S. Griffith was a professional caller in Wheeling Thursday.
Spirit of Democracy, February 15, 1912

Miss Lucile Griffith visited with Miss Winifred Voegtly at Hannibal Saturday.
Spirit of Democracy, February 15, 1912

Miss Lucille Griffith is at Wheeling visiting with Miss Ida Ratcliffe.
Spirit of Democracy, February 29, 1912

Miss Florence Frey entertained Winifred Voegtley and Joe O'Neill of Hannibal and Lucille Griffith with a six o'clock dinner Sunday.
Spirit of Democracy, February 29, 1912

Dr. S. C. Griffith spent Friday and Saturday in Moundsville with his mother.
Spirit of Democracy, February 29, 1912

Misses Florence Frey, Lucile Griffith and Mr. Lester Griffith attended the home talent play "Down in Maine" at Hannibal, Ohio, and were the guests of Miss Winifred Voegtly.
Wetzel Democrat, March 15, 1912 (Sardis column)

Misses Florence Frey and Lucille Griffith returned home last Thursday from Wheeling, where they were visiting Miss Ida Ratcliffe.
Wetzel Democrat, March 29, 1912 (Sardis Column)

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Sistersville, Monday.
Wetzel Democrat, March 29, 1912

Mrs. Dr. Griffith and daughter Mary, returned Monday from a ten days' visit with relatives and friends in Wheeling.
Wetzel Democrat,March 29, 1912 (Sardis column)

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Moundsville and Wheeling Saturday and Sunday.
Wetzel Democrat, April 5, 1912

Dr. S. C. Griffith was a professional caller in Moundsville, Monday.
Wetzel Democrat, April 12, 1912

Dr. S. C. Griffith and daughter, Lucile, were calling in Sistersville, Saturday.
Wetzel Democrat, April 12, 1912 (Sardis column)

Dr. S. C. Griffith of Sardis, was at Sistersville last Saturday on business.
Monroe County Republican, February 3, 1913

Dr. S.C. Griffith, of Sardis, was at Sistersville last Thursday.
Monroe County Republican, March 17, 1913

Miss Lou Wiley of Wheeling, was a guest last week at the home of Dr. S.C. Griffith, of Sardis.
Monroe County Republican, March 17, 1913

Dr. S. C. Griffith of Sardis, was at Sistersville last Saturday on business.
Monroe County Republican, June 9, 1913

Dr. S. C. Griffith and son, Lester, of Sardis, have returned from a short visit at Columbus.
Monroe County Republican, June 23, 1913

Mrs. Dr. Griffith and daughter Mary, of Sardis, were at Sistersville last Monday.
Monroe County Republican, June 23, 1913

Dr. S. C. Griffith and daughter Lucile left recently for their new home in Worthington, O. The other members of the family follow soon.
Sentinel, Thursday, May 7, 1914

Mrs. S. C. Griffith, of Worthington, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson.
Sentinel, Thursday, November 30, 1916

Mrs. Alice Griffith, who has spent the last two weeks here returned to her home in Worthington, Ohio.
Sentinel, Thursday, December 14, 1916

Mary Griffith, of Worthington, is spending her vacation among relatives here.
Sentinel, Monroe County, Ohio, August 30, 1917

Invitations are out for the marriage of Mary Marguerite, daughter of Mrs. S. C. Griffith, of Worthington, formerly of this place, to Dr. Jack Walace Ferguson, of Jenkins, Ky., on the 29th inst. They will probably make their home in Huntington, WVa.
Sentinel, December 28, 1922

Mrs. J. W. Ferguson (Marry Griffith) and daughter Ann f Kenova, W. Va., is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Griffith of Granby St.
Worthington News, May 28, 1925

Mrs. Alice C. Griffith has returned home after a three weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lucile Williams of Plainfield, N.J.
Worthington News, August 6, 1925

History of the Worthington Post Office
[picture of Alice at the beginning of the article]
this is a long article, quite a bit of Worthington history in it Lists Alice's tenure from August 15, 1921. Also says Mrs. Griffith is well qualified for the office, administers her duties in an excellent manner and is most accomodating to the public.
Worthington News, February 4, 1926

Mrs. Maud V. Maloney of Michigan City, Ind. arrived Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. S. C. Griffith.
Worthington New, July 29, 1929

Dr. and Mrs. S.C. Griffith and Ed Richardson of Worthington, Mrs. Maude Maloney of Chicago visited relatives and friends over Sunday.
Spirit of Democracy, July 31, 1929

Misses Adah and Louise Wiley of Wheeling are the guests of their neice, Mrs. S.C. Griffith.
Worthington News, August 22, 1929

Mrs. Alice C. Griffith Re-appointed Postmaster at Local Office
Mrs. Alice C. Griffith has been reappointed postmaster of the Worthington Office for another term of four years.
Mrs. Griffith has been faithful in her duties at the local office and her appointment will meet with popular approval here.
Worthington New, December 25, 1930

Former Clerk in Local P.O. Passes Away at Wheeling
Mrs. Alice Griffith spent a part of last week in Wheeling, West Virginia where she was called by the death of her aunt Miss Louise Wiley. Miss Wiley will be remembered by many people here having been engaged for two years as clerk in the Worthington Postoffice, several years ago.
Worthington News, March 31, 1931

Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Griffith received word Sunday of the birth of a son to Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ferguson at the Rife Ferguson Hospital in Kenova, West Virginia. Mrs. Ferguson was formerly Mary Griffith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Griffith.
Worthington News, May 21, 1931

Dr. S. C. Griffith, of Worthington, Ohio, and Mrs. Maude Maloney of Chicago, were visitors in town this past week.
Wetzel Democrat, June 30, 1932

Dr. S. C. Griffith, of Columbus, and daughter Lucille, of New Jersey, attended the funeral of Mrs. Lena Congrove here Thursday.
Wetzel Democrat, July 14, 1932 (Sardis column)

Mrs. Alice Griffith returned Monday from a week's visit with relatives and friends in Wheeling and Huntington, W. Virginia.
Worthington News, January 19, 1933

G. W. Johnson Names Local Postmaster
Will Succeed Mrs. Alice C. Griffith oat Close of Year
--very long article, mostly about the new man. At the end its ways Mr. Johnson will succeed Mrs. Alice C. Griffith, who has been postmaster at the local office forover 13 years, at the close of business on December 3.
Worthington News, December 20, 1934

A Faithful Servant A long article about the end of Alice's tenure at the Post office after 13 years of public service. The article is a personal trbute to her--but does not offer any other information.
Worthington News, January 3, 1935

Leave to Attend Funeral of Miss A. M. Wiley
Doctors S.C. and L. W Griffith left Tuesday morning for Wheeling, West Va., to attend the funeral of Miss A. M. Wiley, an aunt of Mrs. Alice Griffith who has been at her bedside for the past to weeks. Miss Wiley had visited the Griffiths' here many times.
Worthington News, August 20, 1936

Mrs. Mary Ferguson who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. S. C. Griffith has returned to her home at Ceredo, West Va. Mrs. Griffith accompanied her, for a few days visit there.
Worthington News, April 4, 1940