100 Years Ago

Man Severed Three Fingers


September 22, 2022

Herald of Sept. 29, 1922

On Saturday Dr. and Mrs. J.S. Bonebreak and son Keim left for Pittsburgh where the latter entered the University of Pittsburgh Dental College.

While operating a circular saw driven by a steam engine, Samuel Tetwiler had his right hand caught by the saw and severed three fingers. Mr. Tetwiler had the same hand caught several years previous and had the other two fingers cut off.

On Monday afternoon an aeroplane flew by Henrietta, headed west. They are getting numerous. One passed by last week.

David Willets, Ralph Anders, Harry Cummings and Joseph Blackburn were tra...

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