Miss Ethel Page, a representative of the State Library was here Tuesday on matters relating to the establishing of a public library in Andes. The trustees of the library are, Dr. Jay D. Frisbee, Chas. B. Johnson, Mrs. W. C. Oliver, Mrs. Walter Pattberg and Miss Lillian F. Dowie.
The Way We Were
News culled from The Andes Recorder – 100 years ago
There was a wreck on the Delaware & Northern just as the train was leaving Andes station Monday morning, and if there is such a thing as a lucky accident this was certainly one.
Andes stores are donning their holiday attire and present a very attractive appearance….. and much, much more.
Henry Ford Buys Woodchuck Lodge
Henry Ford, long time friend and companion of the late John Burroughs, has purchased Woodchuck lodge, the old homestead of Burroughs near Roxbury, which late in life he restored and where he spent his summers.
Culled by Judy Garrison With commentary by Jim Andrews From October 1921 issues of The Andes Recorder 100 Years Ago WEEK IN AND ABOUT ANDES Events of a week as chronicled by the Man on the Street Fifty years ago September 20, snow fell in the Catskill Mountains. ———————————————————————- W.C. Oliver, W. J. Howland, Geo.