When seatbelts were not mandatory. Photographer George Meeres snapped this photograph of the Gleneden softball team and their fans as they headed to Mara on July 4,1937. The driver is believed to be Bruce Aten. Image from the Denis Marshall collection and courtesy the Salmon Arm Museum at R.J. Haney Heritage Village When seatbelts were not mandatory. Photographer George Meeres snapped this photograph of the Gleneden softball team and their fans as they headed to Mara on July 4,1937. The driver is believed to be Bruce Aten. Image from the Denis Marshall collection and courtesy the Salmon Arm Museum at R.J. Haney Heritage Village

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When seatbelts were not mandatory. Photographer George Meeres snapped this photograph of the Gleneden softball team and their fans as they headed to Mara on July 4,1937. The driver is believed to be Bruce Aten. Image from the Denis Marshall collection and courtesy the Salmon Arm Museum at R.J. Haney Heritage Village.

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