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trovi‘rwat.»i :A8 THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 15, 2020 ‘ Back Page newbqoec'b §0n Oct. 24, 1775, a British naval fleet of six ships sails 9p the James River to destroy the town of Norfolk, Virginia. Expecting the Patriots and local militia to come charging and to engage in open combat, the British were surprised to come under fire from expert riflemen, who began striking down Brit- ish troops at a distance. §0n Oct. 19,1781,hopelessly trapped at Yorktown, Virginia, British Gen. Lord Comwallis sunenders,effectively bringing an end to the American Revo- lution. He surrendered 7,087 Qfficers and men, 900 seamen, 144 cannons, 15 galleys, a frigate and 30 transport ships. Pleading illness, he did not attend the surrender ceremony. - On Oct. 23, 1921, in France, American Sgt. Edward- Younger selects from four caskets the body of the first “Unknown Soldier’ ’ to be hon- ored among the approximately 77,000 US. servicemen killed during World War I. - On Oct. 22, 1934, Charles “Pretty Boy” Floyd is shot by FBI agents in Ohio. Floyd, ' who had been hunted for four years, used his last breath to Moments ' in time Triame deny his involvement in the infamous Kansas City Massa- cre, in which four officers were shot to death at a train station. On Oct. 20, 1947, the noto- rious Red Scare kicksinto. high gear in Washington, as a Congressional committee begins investigating Commie 'nist influence in Hollywood. Some witnesses including studio honcho Walt Disney gave the committee names of colleagues they suspected of being communists. ' On Oct. 25, 1973, Presi- dent Richard Nixon vetoes the War Powers Resolution, which would limit presidential power to commit armed forces abroad without Congressional approval. Congress passed the law over Nixon’s veto. 0 On Oct. 21, 1988, “Mystic aromantic comedy star- ring Julia Roberts, Annabeth Gish and Lili Taylor as three young women who work at a pizza parlor in Mystic, Con- necticut,opens in theaters. Matt Damon made his big-screen debut in the film. (c) 2020 Hearst Comirumications. Inc. All Rights Reserved In the 19405, we would often grind feed with a hammer mill feed grinder. Some livestock chew up their feed better than others. Hogs chew up kernels of 'corn. Young cattle chew up better than older cattle. Sheep chew their feed sat- . isfactorily. Chickens grind their feed in their gizzards. Mature cows chew hay well, but don’t chew whole-grain well. An animal with poor teeth would do better if its feed were ground which is the purpose for grinding. If grain is mixed with protein and mineral supple- ments, grinding the grain makes the grain blend easier with the other ingredients. If an ingredient happens to be unpalatable, it sometimes helps to grind the ingredients and blend a palatable ingredi- ent in. Then the whole ration will become palatable. We had three screens for our feed grinder. Each screen had a different size hole. The size of the hole determines thesizeof the particles of the grain that was ground. Before we started grinding, we w0uld choose which screen to use. It was easy to Fbfldrrs—Tryon lr-H and FFAAg Booster Cid) Students of the Week WWW may-inn m WIS—H Online Local Show Award Auction Only Anion Open Number 7tl1-llsth Uriuhillbeposteddosertoauction The Benefits Of Banking With Us n a world Of financial mergers, buyouts and takeovers, it’s good to know we’re still an Independent Community Bank. The money you save here is reinvested here. And, when you come in to apply for a loan, you’re able to talk to someone who has the authority to make a decision. Our bank is run by local people who are dedicated to serving the financial needs of this area. Perkins Branch Calumet-Oaths (405) 547-11 99 ' : ® BAN KING 011A First Name Basis Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am. to 4 pm. Friday 8 am. to 4:30 pm. Saturday 8 am. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 am. to 5 pm. Friday 7:30 am. to 6 pm. Saturday 7:30 am. to Noon hams-manure.- FDIé WMWW M isfaléfla? Calumet change screens. The screen with the large holes would crack the corn kernels. It was also used in grinding ear corn or grind- ing hay. We often ground car com on the cob. It made good dairy cow feed. Alfalfa hay or grass hay, could be ground with the screen with the big holes. Grinding hay is a slower process than grinding grain. Another screen had medium sized holes. It was used for much of the grind- ing. The grinder had a tray through which we could I pour or scoop the grain into the grinder. The third screen had very small holes. It made finely ground feed suitable for Public Records Marriage License William Randall Craw- ford and Taryn Elizabeth Little - Sarmeen Farooque Shaikh I and Shahir Shaikh April Dawn Roland and Tenisha Charolette Bruce Stephen Dwayne Ventris and Catherine C’ann Power Kevin Ray Kemper and Robin Jean Phillips Alexandra ChristinefMeis- ner and Skyler Alexander Prater Eugene Derrick Davie Jr and Nekesha Diane Bolden Michael Anthony Walk and Crystal Renee Houston Colton Levi Anderson and Tiffany Renee Steakley Ryan Shane Vier and Rebecca Ann Gass Katherine Lynn Suther- land and Aaron Vincent ' Bean Jeremy William McFar- land and Storrnmie Nickole Teter Sean Michael Chitwood and Mackenzie Ruth Jen— nings ‘ Paige Alese Platt and James Ralph Loveday III Christopher David Teston and Melissa Kaye Chestnut Jeremy Michael Hamen and Latisha Lanee Ger- many Dennis Edward Griffith II and Kathryn Renee Scott Daniel Alfonso Valdez and Nancy F Valdez Nicole Ashtin Jarvis and Colton Ross Alan Ebers ORTHQ)KLAHOMA A nrvrsron or Stilhivater Medical SPINE & SPECIALTY CLINIC young baby chicks. One time we ground some shelled com to make cornmeal for our family to eat. We ran that through the grinder twice, and it made good cornmeal. That screen would also make wheat or rye flour. The seed grinder was loud and dusty. It had a cone— shaped dust separator with two outlets where burlap feed sacks could be hung to sack the ground feed. If sacks were not used, a low container or a tank could be placed'under the outlets. My dad, Ephraim, made a concrete floor in the barn. The feed ingredients could be mixed on the floor by shoveling it twice with the scoop shovel. Since the feed was inside the barn it was protected from wind and rain. We milked eight cows in that barn. Each cowl knew her own stanchion. The amount of mixed feed each Mason Lee Gillion and Patience Array Young Molly Elizabeth Jackson and Nicholas Allan Payne Lauren Ashley Baker and Jeremy Ryan Real Kyle Lee Belveal and Brieanne Nicole Evans Misti Dawn Overfelt and Steele Montana Wall Heather Ammie Col- lins and Deshawn Dominic Bates Divorces Asked Smith, Ronald Sebastian v. Smith, Katelyn Leeann Cuskey, Jamie Michelle v. Cuskey, Justin Ray 'Karki, Ashika v. Asad, Muhammad Saad Lane, Deborah Lynn v. Lane, Calvin Wesley Northern, Craig v. N orth— ern, Debrina ' Meeks, William Blake v. Meeks, Jessica NiCole Gibson, Lakeshia' Chantell v. Gibson, Douglas Lee Lewis, Ronald Eugene v. Lewis, Latonia Ann Martin ' Small Claims Court McFarlin, Wesley v. Oyler, Christy and Sjodin, Kirk, forcible entry & detainer ‘ Exchange Bank And Trust Company v. SteWart, Juliet, indebtedness - Wick And, Associates Realty v. Etheridge, Staci Nichole, forcible entry & detainer Tower Loans v. Wilks, Molly C, indebtedness Tower Loans v. Cunning— ham, Chris Anne, indebt- edness Tower Loans v. Ross‘iter, Watson Keith, indebted- ness Tower Loans V. Snell, cow received depended on how much milk she gave. Higher producers received more feed. The dairy cow feed included ear corn on i the cob meal, ground alfalfa hay, cottonseed meal, salt, and mineral. I Grandpa Fiala had a com- bination type of feed grinder in 1940. It would grind grain but also would chop green corn stalks or sorghum cane stalks and blow the material into an upright silo. His tractor was a John Deere AR. After 1950, there were other alternatives of ham- mermill feed grinders. One was a grinder — mixer that . hooked on the back of a tractor. Another type was a small grinder that was pow— ered with an electric motor. Still another type was a feed wagon with a grinder built in it. Feed wagons often ' had electronic scales built in so the ingredients could be weighed. Sherry Lynn, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Powell, Jason Lowell, indebtedness Courtesy Loans v. Stan—_ dage, Justin, indebtedness Apple Creek Apartments v. Purcell, Christopher and all occupants, forcible entry & detainer Hodges, Joel V.,Coney Island/John Bartley Reg. agent, indebtedness Erickson Property Man- agement Llc v. Redding, Britany and Wright, Terry, forcible entry & detainer District Attorney’s Charges Akins, Nancy Marie, 37, Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle; Unlawful Possession of Controlled Drug; Unlawful Possession 'of Drug Paraphernalia Young, Cash Cooper, 20, Burglary, First Degree Clement, John Christian, 36, Aggravated Assault & Battery Tofpi, Travis Clark, 35, Grand Larceny; Unautho- rized Use of Motor Vehicle; Domestic Assault & Battery Green, Shawn Allen, 31, Three counts Obtaining Property by False Pretense McFadden, Kelly Joyce, 55,’ Larceny of Merchandise from Retailer, Mauck, Robert Drake, 27 , Assault with a Dangerous Weapon, AFCF; Possession Of Firearm After Former Conviction of a Felony; Domestic Assault & Battery Martin, Jeffery Ronald, 59, Possession of Stolen Vehicle Grant, Della Alexander Dawn, 32, Larceny of Auto- mobile, Aircraft or Other Motor Vehicle CIMARRON VALLEY COOP PROPANE 247 s Main Street, Perkins -' (405) 547-2423 StillwaterMedical —————+—e—-WELCOM’ES ACCEPTING PATIENTS 405.707.0900 “1301 W. 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