But remember not to trust the date given by Google Books AT ALL. It’s not that there are a few unavoidable errors (but 99% are right): they’re all over the map, on any type of periodical USUALLY FAR off. I think what happens is they digitize say 100 years of Such-and-Such Journal, and put the date of the first issue (or the first issue which comes to hand) on all of them. At least some of these government publications are similarly badly wrong in my experience. Books are more often correctly dated, but still it’s not nearly reliable.
One can trust only a date which actually appears within the reproduced item.
In the on-line newspapers, at a glance, I find this “honey do” [… project, ... job, etc.] ("honey, do this”, “honey, do that") from 1972. With “list”, from 1978.