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September 26, 1985

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Page 6A Cheney Free Press Thursday, Sept. 26, 1985 Cheney's Golden Days Professional auctioneer Max Reinland, Spokane, held court Saturday at the Cheney Chamber of Commerce's Golden Harvest Auction. Reinland's ex- pertise at setting bids and noticing the different bidding techniques of customers helped keep traffic moving, as an estimated 700 people came to examine the merchandise. Eight cars and trucks, including a school bus, were sold, as well as household furniture, nursery products, and a good variety of plain old junk. I The Cheney Chamber of Commerce's auction Saturday brought more than 700 people-many from out of town--to the Farmers & Merchants Center in Cheney to sort through a substantial collection of interesting goods. i:. i i , ..... These Cheney children stare entranced at "Arvel the Marvel" Hemenway, who provided a magic show at the Friends of the Library celebration in Cheney's Sutton Park Saturday. Not all the action at the auction came from those bidding. Several high school groups provided food and refreshments for the auction.goers. ii o ii! Cheney High School's Trojan Singers prepare to launch into their rendition of "Only You" at the gazebo in Sutton Park Saturday. The lingers were among several music groups that performed as part of the Friends of the Library's kickoff ot their fall membership drive. photos by Doreen Bienz and Robert Slier EWU senior Brat Wengeier, right, performs an intricate juggling the balls from Cheney juggler Liza Gibbs, 9. Both were in Cheney's Sutton park Friends of the Library celebration. Gibbs has been juggling for about two weeks,