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In Years Past

March 18, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, Orrin Kelley of Ellery Center narrowly escaped serious injury Tuesday. He was at work in Ernest Caskey's saw mill in Earl Hall's woods at Driftwood and while adjusting a belt to machinery in operation, his clothing was caught in the shaft. In an instant he was stripped to his waist and the only covering left on his arms was the wristbands of his shirt. Mr. Kelley suffered from the wrenching he received and was taken home, but it was believed that he did not sustain permanent injuries.

 
 

 

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