MonCoNews; Jan. 15. 1962

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MonCoNews; Jan. 15. 1962 - from Did you ever stop , to think about how...
from 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 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 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 Leroy Weeber are all traveling approximately the same path as far as professions are concerned. Dr. Wyman Weeber, the oldest.

Clipped from The Monroe County News15 Jan 1962, MonPage 3

The Monroe County News (Albia, Iowa)15 Jan 1962, MonPage 3
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