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A Look in the Past

The next meeting of the Huntsburg Historical Society will be held on Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the museum inside the Huntsburg Community Center, 12406 Madison Road in Huntsburg. Anyone interested in Huntsburg history is welcome to attend. The museum is available to visit by appointment by calling 440-636-5820. Thanks to Judi Maloney, the following articles from the Geauga Republican Record can be found on the Huntsburg Historical Society Facebook.  

1927 11 23 Geauga Republican Record: Huntsburg School Fair Opens Today. Agricultural Class Arranges Farm Products Display, Pet Stock Show.The annual school fair opens in the gymnasium here Wednesday evening. Agricultural products and baked goods will compete for ribbons. Classes for grain, fruit and garden products have been arranged by the students of the vocational agricultural department under supervision of James Ellis, instructor. A pet stock show will be held. The P.T.A. is sponsoring the baked good display. Entries in this class will be sold at auction to form the nucleus of a fund for bleachers in the gymnasium. Each room in the grade and high school will exhibit class work, posters, maps and drawings. A program of music, readings and motion pictures has been scheduled to be followed by a basketball game. Community singing is the opening number on the evening program which begins at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lana Stanton of Chardon will give two readings. Mrs. Mabel Webster and Clyde Myers are to furnish musical numbers. Mrs. Warren Ellis will give a reading. A motion picture comedy and auction close the fair. good display. Entries in this class will be sold at auction to form the nucleus of a fund for bleachers in the gymnasium. Each room in the grade and high school will exhibit class work, posters, maps and drawings. A program of music, readings and motion pictures has been scheduled to be followed by a basketball game. Community singing is the opening number on the evening program which begins at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lana Stanton of Chardon will give two readings. Mrs. Mabel Webster and Clyde Myers are to furnish musical numbers. Mrs. Warren Ellis will give a reading. A motion picture comedy and auction close the fair.

1927 11 23 Geauga Republican Record good display. Entries in this class will be sold at auction to form the nucleus of a fund for bleachers in the gymnasium. Each room in the grade and high school will exhibit class work, posters, maps and drawings. A program of music, readings and motion pictures has been scheduled to be followed by a basketball game. Community singing is the opening number on the evening program which begins at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lana Stanton of Chardon will give two readings. Mrs. Mabel Webster and Clyde Myers are to furnish musical numbers. Mrs. Warren Ellis will give a reading. A motion picture comedy and auction close the fair.

1927 11 23 Geauga Republican Record good display. Entries in this class will be sold at auction to form the nucleus of a fund for bleachers in the gymnasium. Each room in the grade and high school will exhibit class work, posters, maps and drawings. A program of music, readings and motion pictures has been scheduled to be followed by a basketball game. Community singing is the opening number on the evening program which 1927 11 9 Geauga Republican Record: Rev. and Mrs. G. M. B. Taylor attended L. A. S. meeting at the home of W. W. Chaffee last Thursday. Rev. Taylor entertained with stereopticon views of Geauga County. L. D. Clark, Paul and Keith Clark and Charles Judd attended a meeting at the Co-operative Milk association plant in Cleveland last Friday. The children of John White have chicken pox.

1927 11 9 Geauga Republican Record: These officers were elected at the P.T.A. meeting Thursday evening; Orren Barnes, president; Mrs. Frank Holmes, vice president; Mrs. Ellis, secretary; Harry Smith, treasurer. It was decided by vote to meet the first and third Tuesdays in each month. At the next meeting arrangements will be made for a fair to be held at the schoolhouse. Alberta Barnes is ill with chicken pox. Bruce and Mary White are recovering from chicken pox.  from here attended the ball game between Chardon and Chester, 42 – 0 in favor of Chardon. Clifton Moss of Huntsburg is a member of the Chardon team.

1927 11 9 Geauga Republican Record: While drilling a well at the Frank Frederick new home, two veins of gas were struck, also some oil found. Stanley Rhodes broke his arm while cranking his auto. Stuart Rhodes is hauling the mail for him. The congregational Sunday school contest closed last Sunday with a victory for the Blues, Joe Pecsok and Robert Perry leaders. A banquet will be served by the losing side on Friday evening. Kenneth Grace is captain and will be in charge of dinner and games to be played in the gymnasium.

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