THE EGG'S HAVE IT

Quincy Daily Journal
Saturday, February 24, 1917 - Pg 8

NEBO GIRL WRITES NAME ON EGG: MAN GETS EGG: GOING TO GET THE GIRL

Pittsfield, February 24, 1917, - One day last summer Miss Ina Ruble of Nebo wrote her name on an egg. The egg found its way into the possession of a young man from New London, Conneticut, and from the present indications Miss Ruble will shortly find herself in the same plight.

A correspondence sprung up between the two and one day last week the young man in the case dropped off the train at Nebo for a visit. He has since been in the home of Ed Ruble, father of the young lady, and it is rumored that the couple expect to come to Pittsfield, Saturday the 24th, on a matter of great importance. Miss Ruble is a sister of Lawrence Ruble of Pittsfield.

Quincy Daily Journal
Saturday, March 17, 1917, Pg 6

Licensed to Wed - County Clerk W. S. Binns has issued a license to marry to Cyrus A. Stecker of New London, Conneticut, and Miss Ina Belle Ruble of Nebo. The couple will reside at Nebo.


Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 17631900
STECKER, CYRUS A RUBLE, INA BELLE 1917-03-10 4 /241 1833 PIKE



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