Remember this classic? Here is an NBC Bank ad from 1958 depicting the upcoming year’s Buick model.


Remember when you went to the movies to see more than just the feature of that night? Here is an ad from the 1950s depicting the main feature, The Curse of Frankenstein. In addition to that feature were a second feature, a color cartoon, and the news of the week which at that time was University of Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame.


Remember when the Sante Fe company used to send passenger trains through Altus? Here is then agent L. E. Meuschke waving farewell to the last Sante Fe passenger train to roll through Altus at 3:50 p.m. Sept. 20, 1958 after more than 50 years of continuous service. The train was headed to San Angelo, Texas.


Remember when the Altus Chamber of Commerce buried a time capsule for the Revolution Bicentennial in 1976? Here is a photo of the ceremonies held at the Museum of the Western Prairie. It may have been buried 40 years ago, but it is not planned to be seen again until July 4, 2076.


Remember Geo. C. Wright’s appliance store? It occupied the space in the late 1950s that is now Action Pawn.


Remember this classic? Here is an NBC Bank ad from 1958 depicting the upcoming year’s Buick model.

Remember when you went to the movies to see more than just the feature of that night? Here is an ad from the 1950s depicting the main feature, The Curse of Frankenstein. In addition to that feature were a second feature, a color cartoon, and the news of the week which at that time was University of Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame.

Remember when the Sante Fe company used to send passenger trains through Altus? Here is then agent L. E. Meuschke waving farewell to the last Sante Fe passenger train to roll through Altus at 3:50 p.m. Sept. 20, 1958 after more than 50 years of continuous service. The train was headed to San Angelo, Texas.

Remember when the Altus Chamber of Commerce buried a time capsule for the Revolution Bicentennial in 1976? Here is a photo of the ceremonies held at the Museum of the Western Prairie. It may have been buried 40 years ago, but it is not planned to be seen again until July 4, 2076.

Remember Geo. C. Wright’s appliance store? It occupied the space in the late 1950s that is now Action Pawn.

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Remember this classic? Here is an NBC Bank ad from 1958 depicting the upcoming year’s Buick model.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_buick.jpgRemember this classic? Here is an NBC Bank ad from 1958 depicting the upcoming year’s Buick model.

Remember when you went to the movies to see more than just the feature of that night? Here is an ad from the 1950s depicting the main feature, The Curse of Frankenstein. In addition to that feature were a second feature, a color cartoon, and the news of the week which at that time was University of Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_horror.jpgRemember when you went to the movies to see more than just the feature of that night? Here is an ad from the 1950s depicting the main feature, The Curse of Frankenstein. In addition to that feature were a second feature, a color cartoon, and the news of the week which at that time was University of Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame.

Remember when the Sante Fe company used to send passenger trains through Altus? Here is then agent L. E. Meuschke waving farewell to the last Sante Fe passenger train to roll through Altus at 3:50 p.m. Sept. 20, 1958 after more than 50 years of continuous service. The train was headed to San Angelo, Texas.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_train.jpgRemember when the Sante Fe company used to send passenger trains through Altus? Here is then agent L. E. Meuschke waving farewell to the last Sante Fe passenger train to roll through Altus at 3:50 p.m. Sept. 20, 1958 after more than 50 years of continuous service. The train was headed to San Angelo, Texas.

Remember when the Altus Chamber of Commerce buried a time capsule for the Revolution Bicentennial in 1976? Here is a photo of the ceremonies held at the Museum of the Western Prairie. It may have been buried 40 years ago, but it is not planned to be seen again until July 4, 2076.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_time-capsule.jpgRemember when the Altus Chamber of Commerce buried a time capsule for the Revolution Bicentennial in 1976? Here is a photo of the ceremonies held at the Museum of the Western Prairie. It may have been buried 40 years ago, but it is not planned to be seen again until July 4, 2076.

Remember Geo. C. Wright’s appliance store? It occupied the space in the late 1950s that is now Action Pawn.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_wrights.jpgRemember Geo. C. Wright’s appliance store? It occupied the space in the late 1950s that is now Action Pawn.
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