Clipped From Iola Daily Register And Evening News
ROey Prine and Dorothy Reynolds Plead Guilty Riley Prine faces a sentence of from 10 to 21 years In the state penitentiary today as a result of his plea of guilty to a charge of first degree robbery made yesterday before District Judge W. H. Anderson. At the same time, Dorothy Rey- noids, an alleged accomplice of Prine. pleaded guilty, to immoral conduct and adultery and was .sentenced to one year at Lansing. Prine and the Reynolds woman were charged originally with the holdup of the Stephenson filling station June 29. The latter's plea tQ:^the 'altered counts followed es- taiblishmeht of the fact that, although married to another man, she registered at the Stephenson, cabin camp as the wife of Prine. -The two pleas cleared all but one case from the assignment for which the jury was originally called September 28. Subsequently the entire assignment was postponed a day, biit with disposal of the two cases, the remaining one. the action of the state against Doris Butler, will be tried September 28, iand the jiiry will be called to report on that date,.