Julius J. C. Jensen, of Casper, who has made for himself a creditable position at the bar, is a native son of Wisconsin. He was born at Lone Rock, October 31, 1883, a son of Laurits N. P. and Hansine (Hansen) Jensen, both of whom are natives of Denmark. They came to this country in 1878, locating in the state of Wisconsin, and later removed to South Dakota. In 1889 they became residents of Iowa and are now living at Sioux City, that state. They had a family of five children, of whom four are yet living.
    Julius J. C. Jensen was six years of age when the family home was established in Iowa, where he began his education, passing through consecutive grades in the common schools until he entered the Sioux City high school, from which he graduated in 1906. He then entered the State University of Iowa and after leaving that institution became connected with the weather bureau of the United States department of agriculture at Washington, D. C. While in that city he entered the law department of the George Washington University, being graduated therefrom in 1915. In 1916 he came to Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he was connected with the local office of the weather bureau for about a year. He then resigned his position to take up the profession of law and located at Casper, where he is now accorded a large and distinctively representative clientage. His political endorsement is given to the republican party. He is not anxious for office or public honors, preferring to concentrate his efforts and attention upon his professional interests.

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