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The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Thursday July 6, 1905
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          Vina May Little  was today granted a divorce from her husband  William H. Little, of east end fame.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Tuesday March 28, 1905
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          Vina May Little  has filed suit for divorce from her husband  William H. Little.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Friday, September 22, 1899
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          Last evening the Young Women's Christian Temperance Union was entertained at a home where young people always love to go,  Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Little's.  Mrs. Little served refreshments during the evening, assisted by her little daughter, Josephine, and niece, Rehne RobinsonEmma Spragg  had charge of the meeting, at the close of which  Mrs. VanPelt  spoke of the fact that for the first time since its organizaton the Y number was to be broken by the removal of  Mrs. Kate Pierson  to New York to make her future home.  In the name of the Y's a beautiful book of poems was presented to Mrs. Pierson.  As a fitting close, a very pretty duett was sang by  Misses Dugan  and  Dicks,  "God be with you all the way."
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Daily  Evening  Democrat
April 18, 1882
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THE  MARRIAGE
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Of Mr. Albert Griffey and Miss Lizzie Little
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          A large number of the relatives and friends of  Mr. Albert Griffey  and  Miss Lizzie Little met at the latter’s home last night to witness their marriage, and the occasion was a most happy one.  Besides congratulations the happy pair received the following substantial tokens of friendship:
Mr. and Mrs. P. Griffey, check for $45;  Mr. and Mrs. John Michelson, silver butter dish;  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griffey, China fruit set and knife;  William Little, silver tea set;  Miss Maggie Little,  set pillow cases and bolster sham;  Harry B. Griffey, silver sugar spoon;  Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Griffey, cake basket;  Wm. Bryan, Clint and Cliff Williamson, Harry and Ed. Shelk, Flem Thompson, set towels and napkins;  George Michelson, comb case;  Miss Annie Michelson, silver butter knife;  J. B. Griffey & Co., silver tea and table spoons;  Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Slocum, fine bed spread;  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pierson, cut glass pitcher;  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O’Connor, fine table linen;  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleming, fine table linen;  Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Powell, fine table linen;  Will Little, elegant black silk suit;  Miss Carrie Swain, fancy tidy;  Miss Josie Robertson, linen towels;  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Neighbors, linen towels; unknown friend, fancy basket;  Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Powell, cut flowers;  Ed. Shelk, fancy paper holder;  Mrs. Rena Elder, Greensburg, fancy stand cover.
The Democrat congratulates Albert in securing such a handsome little wife, and joins in with his hosts of friends in wishing him a long and prosperous life.
Contributed by Darlene Palmer

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