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Lehi 0 Jeep Hostess Continued from page 12 on the restored jeep, j "It mkkes my jeep a little more unique," said Meb, "because it has the same numbers as the outfit that I served in during the war." "The (AACS) (Army Airways Com- a car show at the Rotary Park and Meb had been encouraged by a few people to put the jeep in the. show, as he finally did. One evening as he and Joyce were sitting at the car show, a gentleman approached them and introduced himself. He was munication System), 56th and proup the 109th Joyce decided to let BYU put their jeep on exhibit. The exhibition will display about 20 cars, selected for their beauty and design influence, together with many photographs and other information about automobile design. No doubt, the Anderson jeep will be in elite company. Though Meb and Joyce are extremely honored to have their jeep on display for the next six months the main reason for their joy in their hard work, time and effort was in remembrance of their son Meb Jr. who loved the jeep. And what better way to honor their son than by restoring something that he loved so from Brigham Young University and said BYU was putting on an exhibit of cars portraying the Squadron."; The restoration presented some challenges. automobile industry through the Twentieth Century. There was a period of time when the United States made no automobiles for civilians but only made military equipment; the Anderson jeep would fill that period of time perfectly. The gentleman asked if they would be willing to loan it to BYU for six months. Meb and "Parts were not easy to come explained, "Every day I was running to Salt Lake for something. Sometimes I could find things here in Utah County and other times I would have to go looking. 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