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Huntsburg Historical Society’s Look to the Past

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A collection of Huntsburg News by Mrs. Allen Harrington was published in the Geauga Republican Record in the 1930s. Visit the Huntsburg Historical Society Facebook page for more looks to the past. 

1933: 09/27 Officers of Huntsburg Grange (#2541) attended a Grange meeting in Munson, Friday evening. Huntsburg Grange will observe booster night Wednesday evening, Sept. 27, at the gymnasium. There will be a program, games and dancing. All welcome. No admission. Members of the Huntsburg Methodist church and many other friends were glad to learn that Rev. W. E. Speaker was returned to the Middlefield – Huntsburg charge for another year.  Services every Sunday at 2 p.m., Sunday school at 3 o’clock.

There was a large gathering of city friends at the Stanley Klukan cottage Sunday afternoon and evening. Burt Beardsley and family were out from Cleveland to their home here Sunday. Several of our young people attended the ice cream social at East Claridon last Friday evening. Stanley Rhodes, Raymond Beardsley and Kenneth Millard have returned from a trip to Canada, and tell of the big fish they caught.

1933: 09/20 One of Joe Kves’ farm horses died recently after eating wild apples in the pasture. Harry Sheptak, who was choked and robbed a few days ago, is still unable to talk much, but he is improving. Jimmie, the welfare boy, who has lived with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Moss for three years, has returned to Cleveland. Ray Wager is shingling the exterior of his residence. 

1933: 09/13 Carl and Henry Hofstetter of Middlefield, visited their parents here Sunday. Henry will teach in the district southwest of Middlefield. Huntsburg schools opened Monday. Frank Tucker is janitor again, and John White, Barney Faulkner and Orren Barnes are bus drivers. Lynn Young, son of Mrs. Clifford Burton of Huntsburg and Miss Alma Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson of Bloomfield, were married at the Warren Methodist church by Rev. Kirby. The bride was dressed in blue gray silk crepe, with gray accessories. A wedding supper was served to members of the family at the bride’s home. Mrs. Young will reside there, and will continue her work at the bank.  Mr. Young will continue his work in Cleveland for the present.

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