Submitted by Melva Taylor
The Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois
June 3. 1920 - Friday, pg. 2, col. 4
RUBY M. WINCHELL & JAMES E. HURBUL
MARRIED AT HOME OF OFFICIATING MINISTER HERE
A pretty wedding ceremony was performed at five o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the parsonage of the First Christian church of Sterling, when Miss Ruby M. Winchell, of Tampico, was united in marriage to James E. Hurbul, of Galesburg. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Ralph M. Callaway of the Christian church, who used the ring service.
At the wedding service were the bride's father and mother and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pfulb, of Rock Falls. Mrs. Pfulb is a cousin of the bride's father and Mrs. R. V. Callaway.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Winchell, of Tampico. She was prettily gowned in white satin and carried a bride's bouquet of pink roses.
The groom is a locomotive engineer on the Burlington railroad. He enlisted in the army Sept. 21, 1917, and was in the service overeseas a year and a day, being a member of the 132nd Infantry of the 33rd Division, and was discharged from the service in May, 1919. He is a member of the American Legion.
The young couple have gone to Chicago to spend their honeymoon. They will be at home after June 15th in Galesburg, residing at 673 East Third St.
June 4, 1920 - Friday, pg. 8, col. 1
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
Marriage licenses were issued on June 2 to James E. Hurbul, of Galesburg, and Ruby M. Winchell, of Tampico.