The Indianapolis Star
Mrs. John Hack and
Mrs. Frederick Hack of Boggstown, Ind., spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hack, 2339 Broadway. Mrs. John Hack is the
mother of Mr. Oran Hack and Frederick Hack.
January 18, 1911
The Shelbyville Republican
Charles Hack was cleaning his chain on his automobile at his home
today and was using a rag, when a small screw on the chain caught the rag
and drew his left hand into the sprocket where it caught the first finger on the
hand and tore the flesh off on portions of it.
Tuesday, September 15, 1908
SPROCKET CAUGHT FINGER
Charles Hack Injured While
Cleaning His Automobile
The machinery was in
motion at the time and Mrs. Hack, who had been watching her
husband, started back to the house, when he said "Wait just a minute,
something might happen."
Hardly had the last word
been uttered when the accident happened.
A physician was called
and the wound dressed. It will be several days before Mr. Hack can go
without a bandage on the hand.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming