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A8 THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 14, 2021 - On Oct. 19,1796, a writer, mysteriously named “Pho- cion,” slyly attacks presi; dential candidate Thomas Jefferson an essay pub— lished in the Gazette of the United States. Phocion turnedrout'to be former Treasury Secretary Alex- ander Hamilton, who would write 25 essays lambasting Jefferson. ' On Oct. 18,1867,the U.S. formally takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for $7.2 million, or less than 2 cents an acre. Russia sold its Alaska territory to the US. rather than risk losing it in battle with a rival such as Great Britain. 0 On Oct.'24, 1931, New York Gov. Franklin Roos— evelt dedicates the George Washington Bridge over the Hudson River. The 4,760—foot—long suspension bridge, the longest in the world at the time , connected New Jersey with Manhattan in New York City. On Oct ., 23 , 1942 , Michael Crichton is born in Chicago. During his final year of medical school, Crichton published “The Andromeda Strain” (1969) and decided Moments in time THEHISTORYCHANNEL to write full time instead of practicing medicine. . - On Oct. 21 , 1959,0n New York City’s Fifth Avenue, thousands of people line up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled a giant upside- down cupcake. It was open- ‘ ing day at the new Guggen- heim Museum, home to one of the world’s top collec- tions of contemporary art. On Oct. 20, 1962, Presi- dent John F. Kennedy holds secret meetings with advis- ers on the eve of ordering a blockade of Cuba. Ken- nedy had seen photographic proof that the SOviets were building 40 ballistic mis- sile sites on the island within striking distance of I the United States. 0 On Oct. 22, 2012, Lance Armstrong is formally stripped of the seven Tour de France titles he won from 1999 to 2005 and banned for life from competitive cycling after being charged with using illicit perfor- mance—enhancing drugs and blood transfusions to help him win races. (0) 2021 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved , ' RE CLINIC In the 19303, milking machines began to be used in Oklahoma. I am going to guess that the Gaylord Dairy near Oklahoma City started using milking machines back then. ‘ E.K. Gaylord owned Okla- homa Publishing Company. He published The Daily Oklahoman, the Oklahoma City Times, and the Farm- er—Stockman‘ magazine. His radio station was WKY. Later his TV station was WKY—TV, channel 4. The Gaylord Family also started the Lazy E Arena, northeast of Edmond. -E.K. Gaylord had a dairy. His cows were registered purebred Guemseys. In the 1920s, several companies, made and sold milking machines. Many of them worked satisfactorily. Some companies that made cream separators got into the milking machine business. It was logical for the DeLaval Separator Company to make milking machines, and they made good ones. r The McCormick-Deering Company, which manu- factured tractors and farm equipment, even got into the milking machine act for a few years. The John Deere Company m»W-m -Repalm 215 E Hert - Perkins Cal (405) Glz-mmw Prescri and so more! N0 appointment necessary! PERKINS DRUG 8” N. MAIN SIC, PERKINS. OK 74059 I (405) 5474414 bought out the Waterloo Boy engine company to get the Waterloo tractor. The Waterloo Boy com- pany also made a milking machine, but John Deere did not continue that prod— uct line. ' The Babson Brothers Company had an early model milker named a Pine Tree model milker in the 19205. Then in the 19305, they changed to a new model, the Surge milker. The Surge milker bucket was a flatter design than other brands of milkers. The milker bucket hung on a strap that went over the back of the cow. Back Page The idea behind this design was that as the cow is being milked, more milk ' is going into the bucket. It is heavier and pulls down more on the teats. It helps finish the milking process. The Babson Company called this “tug and pull”. Their advertising said, “No calf, no man, no machine can do a satisfactory job of milking without ing and pull.” The purpose of théinilking machine was to duplicate the action of a young calf nursing a cow or person milking a cow by. hand. It takes about five minutes to machine milk a cow. When pipeline milkers began to be used about 1957, milking machine buckets were no longer used. The Babson Company added Weight to the Surge milker claw to simulate the weight of the milker bucket which was no longer used. I started helping milk by hand in 1943. We were milking eight cows. My parents both milked. I was slow and only milked one cow— Daisy. She was easy to milk and gentle. My dad bought our first milking machine in 1944. One reason he bought it Was so that on evenings he was working in the fields, I could do all the milking. Our first milker was made by the McConnick-Deerin g Company. The vacuum pump was powered by an electric motor. A few years later my dad changed to a Surge milker. In 1949, we started milk- ing in our Grade A barn. In 1954, we started using a bulk milk tank instead of shipping our milk in ten gallon cans. Public Records Marriage License Andrew Charles Stine- brickner and Jacqueline Gatoc Davis J Matthew Mohsen Nogh- abai and Stephanie Alison Collins Elizabeth Grace Smith and Justin Daniel Williams Derrick Frank Kaiser and Amy Lynn Speaker Matthew Zane Little and Rebekah Elizabeth Urban Dominic Emil Winn H and ' Audrey Elizabeth Firth Mohogany Kayla Ramey and Emmanuel Afolabi Adedayo Harshini Ashar and Heman Fernandez Barriales Lopez Kendra Alayne Ferree and Austin Holt Miller Tiffany Dawn Howell and John Nicholas Mock Kyndall Marie Shrum and Guthrie Lynn Meyer Divorces Asked Angulo, Perla Karina v. Madrigal, Antonio T Smith, Britny Ann v. Smith, Bruce Dean Campbell, Ida Louise v. Campbell, Nathan Dwight Wall, Randall Jay v. Wall, Wynter Marie Alsip, Crystal v. Ward, Bryan ’ Small Claims Court Fair Manor Apartments v. Roberts, Pamela Ann, forc- ible entry & detainer SCI Parkwest MHP Llc v. Botsfield, Adam and all occupants, forcible entry & detainer Courtesy Loans v. Frantz, Elizabeth, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Spataro, J immy Junior, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Ride- nour, Ryan Lee, indebted— ness Courtesy Loans v. Julian, Christopher, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Vaughn, Martin Paul, indebtedness Zhao Guang Llc v. Bet- tergrow Green Llc, forcible entry & detainer Bowman, Martina v. Hedge, Michael, forcible entry & detainer Living Oasis Extended Stay/ J aycee Everett v. Suarez-Lo- pez, Obeth and Hachtel, Quintina, forcible entry & detainer Red River Credit v. Goforth, Steven, indebt— edness Courtesy Loans v. Lemons, Roger Dale, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Graham, Brandy Lynn, indebtedness Carnes, Gary v. Graham, Paulette Victoria and Holman, Junior, forcible entry & detainer ‘Chehrehgosha, Ray v. Coon, Todd, and Coon, Angel, and All Occupants, forcible entry & detainer Campbell Property Man- agement v. From, Amanda D, forcible entry & detainer Devereaux, Cody Lee v. Dobson, John Raymond, forcible entry & detainer Sun Loan Company v. Lemons, Roger Dale, indebtedness Moore, William v. Barber, Terry, forcible entry & detainer A22ed Llc v. Aaliya Wright and Christian Wright, forc- ible entry & detainer District Attorney’s g Charges Battershell, Tyler Sean, 33, Feloniously Pointing a Firearm Brotherton, Phillip Andrew, 37, Obtaining Property by False Pretense‘ Thomas, Kerrincy Marie, 22, Assault with a Danger— ous Weapon Webb, Mark Allen 11, 46, Child Endangerment, AFCF,; Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor; Operating a Motor Vehicle While Driver’s License has been Sus— pended; Obstructing an Officer; Public Intoxication Gambler, Joshua Drew, 40, Burglary in The Second Degree Fox, Beverley Joyce, 38, Carrying Contraband into Prison v Briscoe, Patrick Don, 51, Two counts Assault & Bat- tery on Police Officer; Neal, Jerod Marshall, 29, Attempting to Elude, AFCF; Domestic Assault & Battery Bennett, Jerry Dale, 29,Larceny of Motor Vehi- cle McDonald, Curtis Joseph, 28, Fraudulently Obtaining Personal Identity of Other Persons Berg, Brandon Lee, 35, Violation Of Protective Order, Second and Subse- quent Offense Carpenter, Ashton Scott, 24, Domestic Assault & Battery by Strangulation Perkins-Tryon 4-H and FFAA'g’ Booster Club Students of the Week Willa/5+1 Satay MOI-Mia W Milo-H Annual Pork Chop Dinner and Auction Sat urday, November 13th ‘1 Meal 5 pm-Auctim 6:30 pm