C.O. Turner -1-

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last take on minutes result to a for led N. bill so in TURNER ANNOUNCES FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE C. O. TURNER Pupils Promoted To High School Are Named Former Prosecutor Runs For Office Held by Daugherty BY s. v. cox C. O. Turner, former prosecuting attorney. Saturday announced that he would be a candidate the office of common pleas judge to succeed Judge J. C. Daugherty, who is closing 12 years of service on the Coshocton county bench. Judge Daugherty previously an- i nounced that he would be a ! date to succeed himself. A native of Monroe county, Turner came to Coshocton to establish the practice of law in He attended Ohio State university and was admitted to the bar in 1906, entering an office in his county after his admittance to bar before coming to this county. An active member of the Republican party since his first year here, Mr. Turner twice served county as prosecuting attorney in his announcement points to record as an assurance to citizens of the county that he will the duties of his office without or favor if elected. Indicating that he will make active campaign for the office, Mr. Turner said: "It is high time that men are elected to office that will preserve the legal and constitutional rights of our people and if I am elected A complete list of eighth grade pupils in county rural and village schools promoted to high school (Continued on Page Twelve)

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 29 May 1938, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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