A Look in the Past
The next meeting of the Huntsburg Historical Society will be held in the museum inside the Huntsburg Community Center, 12406 Madison Road, on Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in Huntsburg history is welcome to attend. The museum is available to visit by appointment. Call 440-636-5820. We are sharing some of the articles from the Geauga Republican Records posted by Judi Maloney who does the research. More articles and photos from the past can be found on Huntsburg Historical Society Facebook.
1927 10 5 Geauga Republican Record: Huntsburg Schools Have 282 Students. Enrollment of Huntsburg schools is 282 divided into high school, 42; seventh and eighth grades, 32; fifth and sixth, 35; third and fourth, 29; second, 26; first 30; Culbertson corners district 26; Clay street, 34; Damon, 28.
1925 10 14 Geauga Republican Records: Cars Wrecked On Huntsburg Road. Saturday night about midnight H. A. Pinney and wife were awakened by a loud crash. They found that three Warren men in a Hudson sedan, had bounded up the bank from the paved road in front of their home, about 4 1/2 feet, struck a tree and turned over, demolishing the car. Somewhere in the mix-up they ran into another auto. The driver and his wife and two small children were going to Windsor from Cleveland. It was necessary for Mr. Pinney to hitch a team to his car to get it out of the road. Apparently no one was injured. The three men in the sedan were reported intoxicated, and taken to Chardon by Sheriff Hotchkiss, but later released. The wrecked car is at Miller’s garage in Chardon.