Naracoorte of yesteryear I GALLERY Dec. 30, 2013, 1 p.m. Photographs, adverts and other historic items published throughout 2013. Naracoorte of yesteryear I GALLERY Article in the Herald in October, 1959: "Marching Girls at Naracoorte Show - members of the Kincraig Royals."Advertisement in the Herald in September, 1971: "Hains Hunkin's spring fashion lounge suites" - where Proud Services is now, with Davisons Fruiterers and Confectioners on the left hand side.Advertisement in the Herald in January, 1966: "C Day is...14.2.66."Article in the Herald in September, 1962: "Gloria Jarvis Modelling and Improvement School."Photograph taken in the late 1920s: "A view looking down Smith St with Mehaffey's Naracoorte Supply Stores and the Soldiers Memorial in the distance."Article in the Herald in April, 1960: "Basketball Premiers for 1960 - Convent 'A' team".Advertisement in the Herald in August, 1961: "Announcing the new V8 Chevrolet". The American cars cost only 2080 pounds.Advertisement in the Herald in September, 1959: "Vawser and Son move to spacious new premises", where pop and classical recordings were available from the modern record bar.Photo taken in 1958 at a salt lake near Naracoorte, showing a group of children gathered around a "Micro Midget". (Adrian Van Leuven Snr was the pioneer and designer of these race cars and formed Australia's first micro-car racing club).TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe Naracoorte Herald has run a regular series of photographs, advertisements and other historic items provided by Naracoorte Lucindale Council's heritage committee throughout 2013.These are some of the highlights.