John Faulkner

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the not town the not In par child and contributing free to last the during to open? all principals years old. Seiucitoca Aug:, so. Bound together by tho bonds of matrimony placed upon them In the Jail at Potosi. tho couple entered the big, grim prison bound together by another type of bonds—steel handcuffs handcuffs of the law. They were sentenced sentenced August 29. Pi-lson officials said that so far as is known, Mr. and Mrs. Fann are the first man and wife to spend concurrent concurrent sentences In the penltentl.ary. They said farewell before being checked Into receiving colls, for 11 Is doubtful If they will meet again until until they are released. There is no bridal suite In the prison, and the newlyweds will have to spend their honeymoon apart. Tho groom wl'il be confined In tho pri.ion proper while the hrldo will be kept In the woman's department. Tho wedding party was accompanied accompanied into tho penitentiary by three men. John Faulkner, Herman Smith and Charles Clark, all of Washington county. The first two also were sentenced for manufacturing manufacturing corn whisky, while Clark was given four years for hurglnry. It Is unlawful for women to set

Clipped from Joplin Globe06 Sep 1925, SunPage 4

Joplin Globe (Joplin, Missouri)06 Sep 1925, SunPage 4
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