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[Newspaper Clipping Entitled "Haslet to Honor Prodding Grandma for Contest Help"]

Description: Newspaper clipping with a an article entitled "Haslet to Honor Prodding Grandma for Contest Help." The author of this article, Jim W. Jones, says that the grandma will be honored for "prodding that town into taking first in the district and fourth in the state in a community self-betterment contest." The woman's name is Lallie Lewis and she is receiving her own appreciation day.
Date: May 26, 1969
Creator: Jones, Jim W.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Article Saying Haslet was Buying a Pumper Truck]

Description: Newspaper article saying Haslet, Texas was buying a new pumper truck; there are three photographs on the paper that depict the volunteers of the department, the hose brigade, and the Haslet Fire Hall. The text in the article describes the formation of the department and a short paragraph about the Newark Volunteer Fire Department.
Date: May 15, 1969
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, March 21, 1974]

Description: Newspaper clipping with an article entitled "Woman Angry Aout Haslet No-Water Bill." The article goes on to describe Mrs. Alice Laird and her anger over being charged "a minimum water bill of $12.50 a month on each of two rent houses that aren't using any water."
Date: March 21, 1974
Creator: Jones, Jim W.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping from the North County Messenger, June 25, 1981]

Description: Newspaper clippings from the North County Messenger with a photograph of Betty Young standing in front of "Haslet's new Community Center." The note below the photograph says the center had been funded through federal funds which also funded road construction nearby. There is another photograph on the reverse side showing a woman pointing something out to three children. The second clipping has an article entitled "Multi-purpose Community Center" describing the newly built community center in Haslet, Texas.
Date: June 25, 1981
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Two Newspaper Clippings Regarding Haslet, Texas]

Description: Two newspaper clippings discussing recent events in Haslet, Texas during 1968; the photograph on the first clipping shows Mrs. E. R. Lewis and Harry King checking "the new marker identifying Haslet in the Texas Community Improvement Program." The longer clipping discusses the event, and explains the contest at hand: "They entered the Texas Community Improvement Program, and were busy preparing to accept judges who will take a look Friday at progress..." According to a later paragraph, Haslet was the only "organized community in Tarrant County" involved in the program.
Date: 1968
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Article Entitled "Haslet Improved Group Wins Second Place"]

Description: Newspaper clipping of an article entitled: "Haslet Improvement Group Wins Second Place." This article describes the placements of different groups in Haslet in the community improvement contest: "Graves presented a plaque to the president in commemoration of our achievement of being second place winner in the district." The article on the reverse side is entitled "Watauga Acts to Seek Larger Line" and discusses the city's attempt to "install a larger trunk line as part of the city's water supply."
Date: June 20, 1968
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping with Two Articles from February 4, 1971]

Description: Newspaper clipping with two articles one entitled "Haslet Has First Garbage Service" and the other "U.S. Messes Up Haslet Census." The article on the left discusses the implementation of Haslet's first garbage collection service; the article on the right says that the "U.S. Census Bureau announced in Washington that Haslet's population is 2,276."
Date: February 4, 1971
Partner: Haslet Public Library

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

Description: 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.
Date: July 30, 1976
Creator: Murphy, Jack & Godbey, Mrs. H. W.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Article Entitled "Tarrant's Own Podunk (Haslet Among Top 4 in Improvement"]

Description: Newspaper clipping with an article entitled "Tarrant's Own Podunk (Haslet) Among Top 4 in Improvements." This article goes through the improvements that Haslet made during the competition different communities entered into to see who could improve their towns the most. Mrs. E. R. Lewis is the main spokeswoman in this article and she says that "families are starting to move back to Haslet," after the community got smaller due to Fort Worth's growth.
Date: 1968?
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Article Entitled "Haslet Puts On Sunday Best"]

Description: Newspaper clipping with an article entitled "Haslet Puts On Sunday Best." The article goes on to explain the judging taking place in Haslet, Texas as part of the Texas Community Improvement Program: "Haslet is one of four finalists of 303 entries in the program sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service." The photograph in the corner shows Mrs. Maud Anna Ritchey presenting flowers to the three judges of the competition.
Date: 1968?
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Star-Telegram Newspaper Clipping from May 15, 1975]

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram with an article entitled "Couple Escape Injury in Haslet Tornado." The article says that "Mr. and Mrs. Earl McMillan said they were lucky to be alive after escaping injury when a tornado hopscotched through here yesterday."
Date: May 15, 1975
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping from Haslet's Carnival]

Description: Newspaper clipping with a photograph of two children in fake crowns; the caption on the bottom reads: "Haslet's Carnival king and queen, Pam Lewallen and Danny Tollett were crowned Saturday night during the annual PTO Halloween Carnival."
Date: October 27, 1973
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Two Newspaper Clippings from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram]

Description: Two newspaper clippings from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, one with a photograph of a run-down building with the title "Haslet: Home on the county line" printed above in bold and the other with two photographs and a short article. The article describes the history of Haslet, Texas and saying what the town is like at the present time; one photograph shows a man working with large bags of chow, and the other photograph shows a railroad crossing.
Date: 1983
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper clipping: Bittersweet]

Description: A newspaper clipping from The Dallas Morning News discussing Bill Nelson struggling with AIDS and an AIDS research clinic being named after Nelson and his late partner, Terry Tebedo.
Date: March 3, 1989
Creator: The Dallas Morning News
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Article from the Brady Standard]

Description: Two clippings from The Brady Standard newspaper; an article giving details about the historical marker dedication ceremonies and identifying the individuals who attended.
Date: September 30, 1988
Creator: The Brady Standard
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Excerpt from the Brady Herald, Letters to the Editor]

Description: A clipping from The Brady Herald newspaper; an article titled, "Letters to the Editor." The article provides details about the lives of five individuals buried in the East Sweden Cemetery, including the circumstances of two of their deaths.
Date: August 9, 1977
Creator: The Brady Herald
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Article from The Brady Herald]

Description: A clipping from The Brady Herald which reports that the Evangelical Free Church of Melvin will "be the first church in McCulloch County to receive an historical marker" in upcoming historical marker dedication ceremonies with excerpts from greetings sent to the church from the superintendent of the South Central District of the Evangelical Free Church of America in which he expresses the hope that "the day will be both a day of remembrance and a day of rejoicing in what this church has meant and continues to mean..."
Date: September 20, 1988
Creator: The Brady Herald
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Newspaper Article Concerning the Construction of a New School]

Description: Newspaper article concerning the plans for the construction of a new high school near Justin, Texas, specifically a "mile west of the intersection of State Highway 114 and Farm Road 156." There is already a "deep water well which will give the school an abundant supply," and there will be the latest technology in the science rooms and home economics classes.
Date: 1950
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Article Describing Dr. J. H. Gammill's Tax Aid]

Description: Newspaper clipping of an article describing the helpful actions of Dr. J. H. Gammill; he says that taxes "are a solemn obligation." Dr. Gammill had done a lot for Haslet and the people in it, one story in the article says that he occasionally "pays a neighbor's tax bill himself."
Date: 194u
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping Advertising the Haslet High School Homecoming]

Description: Newspaper clipping of an article advertising a homecoming celebration for all "former graduates and teachers of Haslet High School." The last sentence says that the following school year "the school will become part of a consolidated district with Justin and Rhome."
Date: 1947
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Headline for a Soldier Receiving a Medal]

Description: Newspaper clipping of an article entitled: "Bronze Star is Awarded to Vet for War Exploits." The article says that Hewitt C. Laird won the Bronze Star for "heroic achievement" during World War II in Germany. The photograph shows Captain John R. Beneventi attaching the medal to Laird's chest.
Date: 1945
Partner: Haslet Public Library