Bio: Ayer, Jonas (Injured - Jun 1941)

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Surnames: Ayer, Callaghan

----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 06/11/1942


Jonas Ayer Injured At Home Sunday
Was Taken to Marshfield Hospital, where He Is Now Receiving Treatment for Broken Ribs and Bruises

Jonas Ayer, well known resident of Spencer, was seriously injured early Sunday morning when he fell down the stairway at his home and suffered broken ribs and bruises. He was taken to St. Joseph hospital in the ambulance shortly after the accident where he is receiving treatment. Mr. Ayer closed his tavern Sunday morning at 1:00 o’clock and went to his home. He had gone to his room and retired when he heard a noise in the rear of his tavern, believing someone was trying to start his car which was parked in the yard. He did not turn on the lights in the home and some way stumbled and fell down 10 steps of the stairway when he went to investigate. Dr. Callahan was called, and it was found he had broken all the ribs on one side of his body, and had received bruises. Report from the hospital shows that Mr. Ayer is resting as well as can be expected, considering the nature of his injury.

 

 

 

 

 


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