Jim Andrews

THE WAY WE WERE – May 2019

THE WAY WE WERE - May 2019

A resident purchased a new milking machine; civil war veteran was found dead; May 6 designated as clean-up day and other news.

 THE WAY WE WERE – April 2019

 THE WAY WE WERE - April 2019

An interesting highlight: Shavertown had a little excitement Saturday evening in which a woman, two State troopers, three men and hard cider were the prominent figures.

THE WAY WE WERE — March 2019

THE WAY WE WERE — March 2019

A bit of trivia: The most effective glue yet discovered for fastening aeroplane parts has been made from milk -……………………….. and additional 1919 news.

“HUGGING THE STOVE” IN ANDES – JANUARY 2019

“HUGGING THE STOVE” IN ANDES - JANUARY 2019

By Jim Andrews When I came home from work tonight and opened the kitchen door, I heard the oil burner running in the cellar and felt the warmth that it produced from my 90-year-old radiators. A glance at the thermometer on the back porch verified that it was cold. 10 degrees cold! As much as…

THE WAY WE WERE – September 2018

THE WAY WE WERE - September 2018

While drivers of autos on Sunday are disapproved of by the editors, cars were considered important contributors to patriotic parade in town.

The Way We Were — August 2018

Dave Ballantine sold his banking business in Andes…..