There will be a Fourth of July celebration in Andes next Monday with the usual sports and ball game between Andes and Delhi. In the evening there will be special movies and a big dance. [Jim Andrews: Andes routinely celebrated the Fourth in a big way with parades, ball games, community picnics and “the big dance.”]
The Way We Were
News culled from The Andes Recorder – 100 years ago
There is still no clue to the yeggs who burglarized the Andes National Bank on the morning of May 16, and probably never will be. That morning about 4 o’clock a car with four or five men in it passed the laundry in Delhi and turned down Elm street.
A tribute to John Burroughs, naturalist of world renown and a native of Roxbury, who died suddenly on March 29
Milk prices, a plan to harness the Delaware river, rape, prostitutes and other tidbits from 100 years ago.
Some interesting facts from January 1920: Andes has only one physician, a barn burning, and so much more.
A gang was out Saturday night destroying property under the guise of Hollowe’en [sic]. The gang was not made up of boys but of men, who should know better, and perhaps would if they had not been imbibing too freely.