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Remembering Arthur Lee and the family Jeep

2019-01-12 - Adair County, KY - Photo by innocent bystander.
Ralph writes, "Arthur Lee Waggener is pictured standing beside our Dad, E.P. Waggener's, Willis Jeep. I believe this photo was made on Hwy. 206 just off of Hwy 55 with the big Aubrey sign in the background, could be wrong, not positive! A lot of young men had Jeeps around this time. Charles Sandusky had one, as did several others. The word I heard growing up was that Arthur made a sound like a siren with his mouth and was pulled over by local police officers, who spent quite a bit of time trying to find the siren, but, of course, did not find it!" - RRW

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