In October 1967, portable typewriters were the next big thing and kitchenware could be bought for less than two bucks.October 15, 2012 2:20pm
Times have changed but some things have stayed the same - 45 years on F.C. Johns are still one of the big jewellers in Shepparton.
Technology, however, has moved on a bit - while we're all gushing over the latest iPad or Samsung phone in 2012, back in 1967 it was the portable typewriter that was making waves at Goulburn Valley Office Supplies ad Machines.
We also loved the Woolworths ad from 1967, which boasted a stock clearance and urged customers to "Hurry to Woolies today!"
If you were lucky enough to make it to the sale, you could pick up slips, pantyhose (of the non-run variety, apparently), bedspreads and even car head rests.
Fashionable ladies could also get their hands on a lamb's wool hat for only $1.25.
Mayor joins campaign to encourage residents to attend public transport forum tomorrow.
Yarrawonga’s Bre Elliott played the most “consistent golf of her life” over three days to win the Fuccillo Kia Championship at Capital Hills by carding a 2-under 69 on the final day.
Chelsea Campbell is excited with her new business venture, after purchasing Carol Taylor’s hairdressing salon in Hogan St.
Police are preparing a report for the Coroner after a woman’s body was found near the Campaspe River in Runnymede yesterday afternoon.
ELMORE Primary school students and teachers were joined by Elmore RSL sub-branch representatives on Saturday for the planting of a Gallipoli oak.
Community workshop to consider issues to help form Campaspe digital strategy
Nagambie winery takes out the top gong at the annual James Halliday awards - and plans to make the most of it.
Berrigan Shire Council have approved a development application for six more independent living units to add to Berrigan’s Amaroo Self Care Unit block.
HEATHCOTE’S senior citizens are celebrating the completion of renovations on the Senior Citizen’s Hall in High St.
Christmas came early for more than 150 people as the Cobram Football Netball Club hosted Christmas in July on Saturday night.
A pilot is believed to have been killed in a crash 40km from Deniliquin.
Riverine Plains is set to hold the first in its series of farm walks for the 2015 season as part of its research into stubble retained cropping systems.
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