Three sons of LeRoy Weeber detailed (Monroe Co. News 15 Jan. 1962)
PÂ«oplt Wt Know class 19 p.m. W. S. Club in 1 of and Mr. Oskaloosa, Mrs. and from Life in Mexico Rewording For George D. Miller III Life in Mexico City has been very rewarding for Photographer George D. Miller III, former Albia Albia resident. Since 1950 he has had a number of interesting jobs ill Mexico, one of which enabled him to travel through the northern northern part of the country. ' Miller graduated from Albia High School and attended the State University of Iowa before going into service during World War n. Due to an injury he received received during the war, Miller was in and out of hospitals across the United States for nearly two years. Several years after his release from the hospitals he was graduated graduated from the American Institute for Foreign Trade at Phoenix, Ariz. He then was granted a drug assignment in northern Mexico through the Sterling Drug Co\ New York. He and a brother-in-law at one time were in the aluminum furniture furniture manufacturing business (the firm still carries his ,name) and at present he is a successful photographer in the large American American colony in Mexico City, specializing specializing in children's pictures. He.does his developing.^in his home, where he and his wife and four chidlren live, but does all the work in homes, for he likes to take the pictures in familiar and natural surroundings. Photography has always" been more or less a hobby with Miller, Miller, having always had a dark room in his home to develop his own pictures. Then, about two years ago, he decided to go into business for himself. His work, however, does not entirely revolve revolve around the taking of children's children's pictures, for many business business firms engage him for promotional promotional advertising deals. Miller has taken an active part in civic affairs. He is a past commander commander of the Mexico City American American Legion post and at present present is adjutant of the Mexico City area Legion organization. He is als'o a member of the Episcopal Episcopal Church there, where he teaches a Sunday school class. Since being in Mexico City, he has attended the university there. He is the son of Mrs. George Miller of Albia and the late Mr. Miller, former Albia druggist. Did you ever stop , to think about how doctors and attorneys seem to run in some families? Take for instance the family of _Dr. G. A. Jenkins. His son Dewayne Dewayne is a urologist in Burlington Burlington and recently was elected to the executive council of the American American Urological Society; his youngest daughter, Zoe, is married married to Dr. Verne Heimann, an ophthalmologist, in Sioux City; smother daughter, Margaret, is married to Dr. D. O. Bovenmyer, an ophthalmologist in Ottumwa; and his daughter, Aileen, is married married to Alfred Pabst, an Albia attorney. The Pabsts' son, Mark, is a medical student at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City; the Bovenmeyers' son, Dan, is a resident in dermatology at the Iowa Medical School, State University University of Iowa, and son, Sam, is also a medical student at the State University of Iowa. Then we don't want to forget James Jenkins, Monroe county attorney who is the son of Dr. Dewayne Jenkins. The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weeber are all traveling approximately the same path as far as professions are concerned. Dr. Wyman Weeber, the oldest. is an osteopath in Durante. Iowa; Elliott is a pediatrician in. a clinic clinic at Salem, Ore.; and Dr. Jerry Weeber, the youngest, is specializing specializing in urology at the State University University of Iowa, Iowa City. While in service Jerry served as a flight surgeon, and his duties took him to every country on the globe with the exception of two in Africa. One of our local dentists, Dr. J. J. Bates, has two*brothers are also doctors. They are Dr. Morris Bates, who is a surgeon in Des Moines. and Dr. Bill a dentist at Remsen, Iowa. Bill's son, Bill Jr., is in pre-medical school at Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., and Dr. J. J. son Jim is a senior in dental school at Creighton. Dr. G. A. Hannum, Albia optometrist, optometrist, has a son Jack of LeClaire, LeClaire, who is an osteopath in Davenport hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fitzsimmons Fitzsimmons returned Saturday evening from several weeks vacation in California. First Lt. and Mrs. Arncy Westphal Westphal left Wednesday for Camp Pendleton, Calif., after visiting at the home of Mrs. Westphal's parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mclnncs and family of Centerville, Dr. and Mrs. Max Smith and family of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith were Sunday dinner I Almanac- --Continued from Page 1 Mrs. Ruben Shelford, all of Lovilia. Lovilia. i DEATHS-Harry DEATHS-Harry Bragg Jr., 43, Elkhart, Ind., formerly of Albia Jan. 11 at Elkhart. George Jurjevich, Lincoln, 11., formerly of Monroe county. Mrs. Bernice Weeks, 54, Starke, Fla., a native of Monroe county, Dec. 31 in Florida Mrs. Mary Ann Haycock, 72, Hamilton, Jan. 13 at her home. Elvie G. Hawk, 77, Moravia, Jan. 12 at Laughlin Hospital in Kirksville. Mo. Mrs. Grace Dalby, 75, Albia, Jan. 12 at her home. JUSTICE COURTS-- Justice Tommy Perry Jan. 14 Elmer R. Jones, DCS Moincs, failure to yield one-half of roadway, roadway, information filed by Iowa Highway Patrol, fined $10 and costs. Mayor Guy Moser Dave ,McGrath, Melrose; Edward Edward Kelleher, Albia; and Carl Edward Hughes, Mt. Pleasant, all illegal parking, each fined $2. AUCTION SALES-Jan. SALES-Jan. 24--Closing out sale, livestock, livestock, machinery, milking equipment, equipment, household, 10:30 a.m., 4 miles west of Shaul cemetery, west of Ottumwa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knight, owners. MARRIAGE LICENSES-W. LICENSES-W. H. Van Dorin, 69, Albia, and Ethel Johnson, 58, Albia. REAL ESTATE-R. ESTATE-R. E. Canning and wife to John H. Goodc, part of Lot 11, Block 7, Survey 1, City of Albia. Robert L. Kaldenberg and wife to Walter A. Peterson and wife, Lot 2, Kaldenberg's Second Addition Addition to the City of Albia. Charles Brandon to Leonard Hofer, .part of Lot 8, Mason's Second Second Subdivision of SW'/i SW'A, Sec. 22, Troy township. Entertainer Has guests last week at the Robert Smith home. Mrs. J. Harvey Littrell of Manhattan, Kan., spent last week with her mother, Mrs. George Miller. Also visiting on Sunday was Mrs. Lester E. Ose of Mrs. John Bolts was in Des Moincs Monday and Tuesday last week attending meetings o'f the State Board of the Iowa Society of Christian Curchcs, and the Executive Committee of the State Board. Mrs. Robert Matthews has returned returned from California where she attended the funeral of her brother-.n-la\\. Keith Hetherington. Hetherington. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bates were in Omaha, Neb., over the week end visiting their son Jim. Mrs. John Shehan and son Tim and Mrs. Howard Johnson and children were m Ottumwa Saturday. Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Verne Heimanri of Sioux City spent the week at the parental Dr. G. A. Jenkins and Joe Heimann homes. Mrs. Merle Illingworth Jr. and Mrs. Kenneth Akins spent today _ in Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley family of Iowa City spent the week end at the parental Joseph Mosley and Eugene Stanley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arnold of Loviha have gone south to spend a few weeks in Florida and Mrs. Don Barnes of Lovilia has returned to her home from Monroe Monroe County Hospital, where she underwent surgery Jan. 2. Mrs. John Nedderman of Lovilia Lovilia underwent surgery at the Collins Hospital in Knoxville Thursday. Mrs. Mattie Loeb returned Sunday Sunday after spending some time with her son Max m Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Guy Moser were in Ottumwa Friday attending the funeral of Mr. Mos.er's aunt, .Mrs. Carrie Wynn. Also attending the funeral were Mrs. Isabella Stevenson Stevenson of Chariton, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hersman and Gretchen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jeffries of Iowa City, all former , Albia residents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Galliers returned Saturday from Iowa City after spending several days with Mrs. Galliers' father, James McGee McGee of Oskaloosa, who underwent surgery Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. John Patterson spent Saturday visiting friends in Iowa City. HY-VEE ARMOUR CAMPFIRE Bacon .