[The News-Tribune Newspaper Clipping from July 30, 1976]

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Newspaper clipping from The News-Tribune with an article written by Mrs. H. W. Godbey; on the reverse side there is a sports article written by Jack Murphy. Godbey's article describes the history of Haslet, Texas and says the last cotton gin in town had been sold and how the state of the town had worsened since 1936 when it had "two grocery stores, one notion store, two or three cafes, two filling stations, two cotton gins, three churches, one drug store and a high school." Murphy's article talks mostly about statistics in the National Football League.

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1 clipping : ill. ; 28 x 18 cm.

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Murphy, Jack & Godbey, Mrs. H. W. July 30, 1976.

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Newspaper clipping from The News-Tribune with an article written by Mrs. H. W. Godbey; on the reverse side there is a sports article written by Jack Murphy. Godbey's article describes the history of Haslet, Texas and says the last cotton gin in town had been sold and how the state of the town had worsened since 1936 when it had "two grocery stores, one notion store, two or three cafes, two filling stations, two cotton gins, three churches, one drug store and a high school." Murphy's article talks mostly about statistics in the National Football League.

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1 clipping : ill. ; 28 x 18 cm.

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  • July 30, 1976

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Murphy, Jack & Godbey, Mrs. H. W. [The News-Tribune Newspaper Clipping from July 30, 1976], clipping, July 30, 1976; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth744024/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Haslet Public Library.