by Janis E. Reynolds
The Village of Andes, in the 1930’s, was a very lively and delightful place to live. There were four general stores, Hilton Memorial School, two creameries, a hotel, two barber shops, two gas stations, a post office, a drug store, two restaurants, an ice cream parlor, a billiard room, a doctor, a lawyer, eight farms, a bank and two hardware stores as well as the old town hall and a fire department.
by George Calvert “How do we ‘Voice our Choice’ for electrical service?’ was the topic of the Chamber of Commerce meeting in November. Linda Jones told of her research with each of the five options facing current users of New York State Electric and Gas users: to switch to Amway, Mirabito, NYSEG Solutions, or ECONsystems,
Dear Subscribers, You have now been reading and enjoying the Andes Gazette for almost three and a half years, judging by your many encouraging letters. We are proud to announce that we now have 208 subscribers all over the country and in Germany and Mexico! As you know, the cost of a subscription during
The Andes Gazette is a not for profit corporation with a staff of volunteer writers, layout people, photographers, and other production people, but our printing costs and rental space are not free. Each copy of our newspaper costs sixty-one cents to reproduce! When we place copies of the Andes Gazette in locations around Andes, we
COMING SOON: A GREAT BOOKS CLUB FOR ANDES ARE YOU INTERESTED? by Alan Galowitz We are in the process of starting a Great Books Reading and Discussion Program at the Andes Library. Fifty years ago the University of Chicago, under Robert M. Hutchins, started this program and there are now about 800 such groups in
On Saturday, December 7th, 2002, the Tech building at ACS will be open from 9 AM to 6 PM to anyone who would like to choose some items to take home. In the week before December 7th, the building will be open during school hours for all those who would like to bring good clothing,