How are you all doing? Don’t you love fall?The fall foliage map was right! The leaves are looking so pretty right now!

Last night was the big rivalry game between Marietta and Warren! Many people braved the chilly temps and the off and on drizzle to cheer on either the Tigers or the Warriors at Don Drumm Stadium! What a great game! It was tied 14-14 at halftime, and After a hard fought battle on the gridiron, the Tigers are on top this year with a score of 28-24! Great game!

The Zimmerview Beef and Freezer raffle sponsored by the Marietta Tigers Athletic Boosters was drawn last night at halftime. And the winner is……….Peter Tome! Congratulations! You will get a phone call today to get all the details of getting your meat and freezer! Thanks everyone for supporting this fundraiser!

There are a couple of fun trunk or treat events to tell you about for tomorrow evening (October 22nd). The Marietta First Church of the Nazarene is sponsoring a trunk or treat from 6-8 pm. There will be balloon animals, kettle corn popcorn, a fire, and of course of candy! Up the hill you can trunk or treat with a Tiger at Marietta High School! Some of the Tiger sports teams are decorating trunks and passing out candy!

Audrey joined 87 of her 8th grade classmates for an amazing trip to Gettysburg, PA the last few days! She had the best time and learned a lot! Thank you to all the teachers and the administration for making this trip so special for those kids. I know that’s a lot of work to get a trip like that planned! Those are great memories to make with your classmates!

Here’s our update for outside the market….

Jim’s still blowing leaves. Ha!

We got a new shipment of pumpkins! You should see the size of some of these beauties! I took some pictures, but it’s hard to see the size of them. Cam, Izzy, and Syd carved a few of them at home, and Jim’s going to carve some pumpkins for outside at Huck’s!

Here’s the history behind the Jack-o-lantern! It comes from an old Irish myth about a man named Jack. He tricked the devil and was condemned to walk the earth at night with a turnip lantern. Irish families originally carved turnips and placed them on their windowsills to prevent “Jack of the lantern” and other creepy ghouls from going into their homes at night. Irish immigrants in America switched from turnips to pumpkins, and that’s how this age old tradition of carving Jack-o-lanterns began! (

If you are planning a bonfire, grab a few bales of straw to sit on! That sounds like a fun night doesn’t it?!

Here are the prices for outside:

XXL pumpkins $7.99

Gourds $0.50-$1.49

Pie Pumpkins $1.99

Straw bales $9.99

Halloween Fun Day for Kids on Saturday, October 27th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.! Looking for something fun to do on Trick-or-Treat during the afternoon? Huck’s will be hosting some fun activities on the side porch! Lots of times the kids are so excited for trick-or-treat, and they get bored in the afternoon waiting…..and parents don’t know what to do with them. We will have lots of different stations and activities for the kids to do. Here’s our plan so far: friendship bracelets, coloring contest, mini pumpkin painting, cookie decorating, Halloween slime, a couple of fun games, and a Halloween craft. Activities will be for kids Preschool-6th grade. Also, you don’t have to stay the whole time! It’s also free!

Here’s what’s happening inside at the market……

New crafts have arrived! Yay!! There are things for fall and things for Christmas! It’s funny how trends come and go! Last year at Christmas it was all about the old pick up trucks, Buffalo checks, and bows. This year the trend has shifted to vintage Santas and a woodland theme. I saw lots of reindeer, wooden snowflakes, and it was much more simplistic. I was able to find some beautiful things! I bought more than we could fit, so look for some new things to keep coming out!

I love the Smith Redware Pottery! It’s made in Ohio. This type of pottery is all handmade, and it’s hard to find! I was able to get some small little plates, plenty of ornaments , and one large holly berry plate. These are great collector items, and they are heirlooms! Check out their website. What a talented couple!

Yummy caramel apples are here as long as we’ve got delicious, local Ohio apples. With nuts seems to be your all’s favorite, but we always make some plain ones as well!

From scratch pumpkin cookies with cream cheese frosting have been a hit!

We always have some from scratch cupcakes from Beth Huck! This week we’ve had Carrot Cake and Chocolate Wedding Cake. Divine! You know……she makes custom made cakes as well!

Check out the beautiful Amish sweet peppers! There are also red, yellow, and green bell peppers too! They are only $1.49 lb. I’m thinking I’ll make Seth’s favorite this week….stuffed peppers!

Here’s next week’s soup schedule!

Monday: Chicken Noodle, Soup Beans with Ham
Tuesday: Creamy Potato, White Chicken Chili
Wednesday: Stuffed Pepper, Cream of Mushroom
Thursday: Chicken Noodle, Grandma’s Tomato Soup
Friday: Cheesy Broccoli, Creamy Potato with Ham

We have been giving out cider samples. Be sure to try a little swig! There are individual pints of cider in the cooler which would be perfect if you don’t want a gallon. They are only $2.49.

Forever Caroline has brought in some adorable tote bags. These are the perfect size for carrying all sorts of things! Check them out!

We are beginning to get calls for Christmas gift and fruit baskets. We will start to post a flyer next week. We can custom make these to fit your budget and needs. We work with businesses as well as individuals! We can deliver or ship USPS to anywhere in the US.

If you haven’t tried Florence Creamery’s milk yet, you are in for a real treat. Once you try it, you will be hooked on the richness and freshness of this great product! We are so blessed to have such a high end quality milk in our area! Yum yum!

Huck’s carries 5 different types of dried beans. You can find black, pinto, green split, great northern, and one more that I can’t remember! It’s definitely time for soup beans, so pick up your choice!

Huck’s can do all sorts of custom made meat, cheese, veggie, fruit, cookie, and sandwich trays. These are perfect for meetings, parties, get togethers, reunions, funerals, etc. You can call us at 740-374-2484, message us on Facebook, email us at, or send us a fax at 740-373-0024.

Proud to sell products from the following local small businesses:

*Blue Heat *Bracelets by Audrey *Cornerstone Homestead *Duck Creek Candle Co. *Duffy’s Designs *Florence Creamery *Forever Caroline *Hein-Alsbach Gardens Farm *Hot Chocolate Bombs and More *Inspired Creations *Jose Madrid Salsa *Peck’s Farm *Sew Cute Scrunchies *Zimmerview Meats and Market

Deli Specials this Week: coming shortly



Online ordering for the Sandwich Shop is available. Lunch delivery to businesses 11-1 daily.

M-F 9-6:30 Sat 9-5 Sun 11-5

Thanks for all of your support! We hope you have a wonderful week!

Jim and Kirsten Goeller