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Caycegirl

Richmond, KY

#1 Dec 4, 2009
Anyone reading this forum attend Cayce School? Any good memories to share? Does anyone remember Cayce Junction, Corky's Shell Station, Simpson Store, Fowler's Grocery, the post office, Sloan's Barber Shop, when trains ran thru Cayce, Lou Barnes Cafe, Wade's Beauty Shop?
CayceMan

United States

#2 Dec 4, 2009
Can't say I remember all of those places but I love the small town of Cayce as it is now. Got a nice country cafe, Gary Tuckers service station where you can get a quick oil change anytime, and of course CJ's Liquor. Some people might not like a liquor store being there but I think it's very nice having it. Not only can you get your beer, different liquors and lotto, but you can also pick up regular sodas and snacks. They also cook food there which I recommend, really nice when you want something quick.
slappy

Owensboro, KY

#3 Dec 4, 2009
I remember some of those things.....Fowler's and Simpson's grocery stores; the restaurant; Charlie Sloan's barber shop; Corky's Shell, Blocky Bellew's Texaco; and John Brown's Phillips 66. There was a beauty parlor in the building with Fowler's store.
Caycegirl

Richmond, KY

#4 Dec 5, 2009
That beauty parlor in the building with Fowler's was (?) Wade's Beauty Shop......she fixed my hair for prom and senior pictures at FCHS. Remember the old Methodist Church, i believe there were 2 before the present one, the Pentecostal church down behind Fowler's? Back in the day, the young boys "jumped" a train and rode it to Moscow on Saturday night to dances or went south to Jordan to dances at the school there. Later on, at Cayce School each grade would put on a play one night a year that everyone attended.
Cayce also

Arlington, TN

#5 Dec 5, 2009
I remember Cayce. Went to school there K thru 8. I have many good memlories there.
K teacher was Banette (sp?) Atwill (remember naps)
1st grade Ms. Balance (everyone got licks everyday it seemed)
2nd Christine Jones ?
3rd Gertrude Veatch
4th Louella Jamison
5th Ted Isbell...sweetest man...taught us to play chess and read from the Bible everyday.
6th Jane McMinn (sp?...witch...slapped my bro and called him stupid in front of whole class)
7th Coach Sam Miller
8th Mickie Hammock
Library Mrs. Chambers nice lady
Principle Mr. Bobby McCord
Secretary Mrs. Workman
Cayce also

Arlington, TN

#6 Dec 5, 2009
also remember that every year we would have a beauty review to raise money for PTA? Each class would choose a girl from their grade and the class who raised the most money won. I won when I was in 4th grade and Mark Cobb was my escort.
Cayce also

Arlington, TN

#7 Dec 5, 2009
oh oh oh and remember summers and softball games. that was the thing to do. i don't remember playing much but my mom did. still has the glove with a burned looking spot from hindcatching for Ann Fleming.
howdy

Martin, TN

#8 Dec 5, 2009
Yes I attended Cayce School 2 years before they closed the doors. I loved it there even though I only attended the school for only 1 year, but all my friends moved to my school after they closed the doors and we still remained friends it was so awesome. We used to get in that big tire that sat there in the front lawn up the hill and we stood it up and got in there and our friends would roll us down the hill towards 94 hwy. Ms. Ann was my 1st grade teacher at the time. She would always wear those silk scarfs around here neck. Troy Watts was my closest friend at that school. I haven't seen or heard from him since I left that school. What are they doing with the school now?
Caycegirl

Utica, KY

#9 Dec 5, 2009
During the late 50's and early 60's, some of the teachers at Cayce were:

1st - Wilma Shuff
2nd - Christine Jones
3rd - Gertrude Veatch
4th - Opal Weatherspoon
5th - Margaret Shuck
6th - Leatha Mae Luten
7th - Avery Hancock
8th - Sue Shuff
Principal - Harold Garrison
Cafeteria Workers - Ms. Effie Roper and Ms. Mayme Scearce
rhonda

Benton, KY

#10 Dec 9, 2009
Cayce also wrote:
oh oh oh and remember summers and softball games. that was the thing to do. i don't remember playing much but my mom did. still has the glove with a burned looking spot from hindcatching for Ann Fleming.
i remember the baseball games thats where i met william playing baseball back in the late 70;'s those where the days the summers were awesome there wish they still had the ballgames there... them where the best years of my life other than marrying william .....
Caycegirl

Utica, KY

#11 Dec 9, 2009
Even back in the 60's, they had summer baseball at Cayce. Families turned out to support the Cayce players just as they did during basketball season. The gym was always full and men sit on the stage.

It was a wonderful time and a great place to grow up.
Rexall

Wingo, KY

#12 Dec 9, 2009
Caycegirl wrote:
Even back in the 60's, they had summer baseball at Cayce. Families turned out to support the Cayce players just as they did during basketball season. The gym was always full and men sit on the stage.
It was a wonderful time and a great place to grow up.
Cayce sounds as nice as Hickman.
not from hickman

Owensboro, KY

#14 Dec 10, 2009
I love playing baseball and basketball at cayce. Great place to grow up and just have fun.I went there 1 thur 8 grade just love it. Coach Miller was great coach .We had a great team there my 8 grade year lost the finals in triple overtime.
Well

Madisonville, KY

#16 Dec 29, 2009
How patronizing! I went to school with Cayce students who were intelligent and very much engaged.
just me

New Orleans, LA

#17 Dec 29, 2009
Jack Handy wrote:
When did the imbreds from Cayce get so immersed in local government & law enforcement? They always acted/conducted themselves like a herd of sheep plunging over the cliff when they entered high school! Scared, shy, stand-offish, & mostly insignificant for four years.
I have you know that I am not inbred. I went on to cheer in high school and had high grades as well. I also attended college at UTM and have a great job at the same place for over 20 years.
just me

New Orleans, LA

#18 Dec 29, 2009
Jack Handy wrote:
When did the imbreds from Cayce get so immersed in local government & law enforcement? They always acted/conducted themselves like a herd of sheep plunging over the cliff when they entered high school! Scared, shy, stand-offish, & mostly insignificant for four years.
I am not inbred. I went on to cheer in high school and was in Beta Club. I attended UTM and have a great job at the same place for over 20 years.
junior

Martin, TN

#19 Dec 30, 2009
Jack Handy wrote:
When did the imbreds from Cayce get so immersed in local government & law enforcement? They always acted/conducted themselves like a herd of sheep plunging over the cliff when they entered high school! Scared, shy, stand-offish, & mostly insignificant for four years.
Just ignore this idiot. He gets on topix with his putdowns just to stir up trouble. He has multiple names always using the name "hand" in it someway or other. Guess this losers hand is his/hers only companion.
OLD BOYFRIEND

United States

#20 Oct 10, 2010
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE CHRISTY MCCLANAHAN IS?
JIM MC NEILL JR

Granbury, TX

#21 Oct 13, 2010
I WENT TO SCHOOL IN CAYCE,THE 1ST GRADE IN 1953.I WENT TO CAYCE A FEW WEEKS A GO,CAYCE WAS STILL THERE,HICKMAN WAS GONE.
fromCayce

Port Orange, FL

#22 Oct 17, 2010
People come and go but Cayce is still here and still a nice place to call home.

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