Remember these Bulldog football coaches from 1976? These familiar faces are, from left, front row, Jack Diltz, David Brown and Bob Hart; and in the back row are Dick Coates, Bill Dalke and James Herron.


Remember the Model-T Clothing Company? It stood at 120 E. Bradford Ave. where A-Maytag is now. There was originally a Sears department store next door as well.


Remember when video games had to be played on these Commodore systems and came on tapes or cartridges? You could find them at Zinn’s Electric Hi-Fi Room at 216 N. Main St. next to where Main Street Altus is today. These systems were originally released in 1981 and discontinued in 1985.


Remember Bill Conrad? He starred as television’s famous detective Frank Cannon from 1971-1976 and he also narrated the animated adventures of “Rocky and Bullwinkle.” Conrad grew up in Olustee with his parents who operated a movie theater at the time. Here his return to the town in 1974 as he was reminiscing with residents G.T. Simmons and Frank Carrell.


Remember these Bulldog football coaches from 1976? These familiar faces are, from left, front row, Jack Diltz, David Brown and Bob Hart; and in the back row are Dick Coates, Bill Dalke and James Herron.

Remember the Model-T Clothing Company? It stood at 120 E. Bradford Ave. where A-Maytag is now. There was originally a Sears department store next door as well.

Remember when video games had to be played on these Commodore systems and came on tapes or cartridges? You could find them at Zinn’s Electric Hi-Fi Room at 216 N. Main St. next to where Main Street Altus is today. These systems were originally released in 1981 and discontinued in 1985.

Remember Bill Conrad? He starred as television’s famous detective Frank Cannon from 1971-1976 and he also narrated the animated adventures of “Rocky and Bullwinkle.” Conrad grew up in Olustee with his parents who operated a movie theater at the time. Here his return to the town in 1974 as he was reminiscing with residents G.T. Simmons and Frank Carrell.

Remember these Bulldog football coaches from 1976? These familiar faces are, from left, front row, Jack Diltz, David Brown and Bob Hart; and in the back row are Dick Coates, Bill Dalke and James Herron.
http://www.altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_1.jpgRemember these Bulldog football coaches from 1976? These familiar faces are, from left, front row, Jack Diltz, David Brown and Bob Hart; and in the back row are Dick Coates, Bill Dalke and James Herron.

Remember the Model-T Clothing Company? It stood at 120 E. Bradford Ave. where A-Maytag is now. There was originally a Sears department store next door as well.
http://www.altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_2.jpgRemember the Model-T Clothing Company? It stood at 120 E. Bradford Ave. where A-Maytag is now. There was originally a Sears department store next door as well.

Remember when video games had to be played on these Commodore systems and came on tapes or cartridges? You could find them at Zinn’s Electric Hi-Fi Room at 216 N. Main St. next to where Main Street Altus is today. These systems were originally released in 1981 and discontinued in 1985.
http://www.altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_3.jpgRemember when video games had to be played on these Commodore systems and came on tapes or cartridges? You could find them at Zinn’s Electric Hi-Fi Room at 216 N. Main St. next to where Main Street Altus is today. These systems were originally released in 1981 and discontinued in 1985.

Remember Bill Conrad? He starred as television’s famous detective Frank Cannon from 1971-1976 and he also narrated the animated adventures of “Rocky and Bullwinkle.” Conrad grew up in Olustee with his parents who operated a movie theater at the time. Here his return to the town in 1974 as he was reminiscing with residents G.T. Simmons and Frank Carrell.
http://www.altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_4.jpgRemember Bill Conrad? He starred as television’s famous detective Frank Cannon from 1971-1976 and he also narrated the animated adventures of “Rocky and Bullwinkle.” Conrad grew up in Olustee with his parents who operated a movie theater at the time. Here his return to the town in 1974 as he was reminiscing with residents G.T. Simmons and Frank Carrell.

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