Fargo man makes a 68-year habit of getting his hair cut at Graver barbershop
FARGO – In 1946, Harry Truman was president. Ted Williams was the American League’s MVP. And Goodwin Hoff was a college kid in need of a haircut.
A Fargo native attending Concordia at the time, Hoff heard that his friend’s father had a barbershop in the Graver building in downtown Fargo, and he figured why not go there for a trim.
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