Things to remember in "Old Corbin"
Tiger woods

Tucker, GA

#692 Jul 22, 2013
The EZ Mart. IGA. East Ward School. The Butternut bread store.
smokey joe

Dayton, OH

#693 Jul 25, 2013
5 cent pinball at the fad pool hall , playin pinball at the bus station ,marlon sams worked there back then ,cristal kitchen 15 cent burgers ,going sled riding all nite, hangin at the wall......,shootin b-ball at eastward ,go greenwaves, goin fishin and huntin up on the hill ,or the bottom .

Chicago, IL

#694 Jul 27, 2013
Basketball in Central Baptist parking lot

Leeds, UK

#695 Aug 5, 2013
I remember visiting my gramma who lived in Corbin, and every morning we had to listen to the obituaries on the radio. They always played the most mournful version of When They Ring Those Golden Bells before they were read. My gramma lived so far out in the country that her newspaper came in the mail so you were always reading yesterday's paper.
married me a corbin boy

Garland, TX

#697 Sep 12, 2013
Can you share some memories of David Meadors?
horseman wrote:
Belks had the elevator--Mr Ashby ran it-- Mr Godby ran Newberry's Distads Jewelry across the street Mrs Meadors had a clothing store down from it. Joe Moore-----hey you married?-- John the city cop walk the beat---Jack Thurston hung around Newberrys to flirt with the girls. Best of all was my friends who helped me out when I had my own sleeping room--David and Jimmy meadors--Kenny Moberly--Jimmy malone--Danny Hill--Tommy and brother mike and even Jesse and Ed came to help. Many more and I have never forgotten. Love from me to you all and a special love and thank you to Blanch Hill--Dannys mother.

Williamsburg, KY

#698 Sep 13, 2013
married me a corbin boy wrote:
Can you share some memories of David Meadors?
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If it's the same David that I knew it was short sleeves the year round, a great big tuba and a "Merry Christmas" wish to you almost every day.

Williamsburg, KY

#699 Sep 13, 2013
GJMc wrote:
<quoted text>Sure do, I worked there when I was about 16.
I had lunch there almost every day when I was in High School. A bunch of us would pre-order on the day before so it would be ready when we got there. That saved time to play a game or 2 of pool at the Fad, Palace or Mico before lunch was over. Bo Eubank's dad usually worked the register and Bo's future with (one of the Sturgil twins worked there too.
Diner Fan

Bedford, NH

#701 Oct 8, 2013
I'm looking for some information. I have a 1949 Silk City Diner that was in London KY run by John & Mae Evans from 1977-2005. Their nephew mentioned to me that it my have been going to Tombstone Junction for a 50's theme park. Is there any chance here that someone may know something. A realtor by the name Ray Ream's owned it. Please contact me if you can help I don't know where the diner was before London, KY.
Diner Fan

Bedford, NH

#702 Oct 8, 2013
p.s I forgot to clarify. Prior to 1977 is was suppose to go to the park.... but the deal fell through.
3 Step

Winchester, KY

#703 Oct 9, 2013
married me a corbin boy wrote:
Can you share some memories of David Meadors?
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David died tragically in an accident at the rail yard. Big dude, could whip three men at once, and did so. Great guy!

Winchester, KY

#704 Oct 9, 2013
Remember..... Food Fair, Whistle Pig, CB Radios in cars while cruising Trademart, candy counter @ Davis Grocery, Black's Barn, Ice cream truck, snow cone truck, church softball league, Louise & Darrell for booze, Dan The Shoe Man, little short preacher man at the old bowling alley, D & W Cafeteria after church, take report cards to Burger Queen, swish & spit fluoride @ school, Lee Majors & Farah Fawcett @ Corbin - M'boro football game, Slush Puppy baseball hat/cups @ Convenient Stores.

Las Vegas, NV

#705 Oct 12, 2013
Ga Peach wrote:
I remember alot of these places but not all. I would love to have a CLANCY burger and a vanilla shake.I loved going there as a kid , I dont live in the area anymore but if Clancys came back to corbin I would drive all the way from GA to eat there.
I remember Clancy's...loved it!

Las Vegas, NV

#706 Oct 12, 2013
Quess Who wrote:
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Tke Lunch Queen
Dick Vermillion's Army-Navy Store
The Hungry Hound
Corbin 10 - Highlands 0 1962
Triplett's Super Market (corner of S. Main and 18th)
Courtesy (on S Main around 16th or 17th st.)
Good memories

Pikeville, KY

#707 Oct 12, 2013
remember wrote:
Litton's Grocery
Putt Putt Golf at the Convenient store that now has motorcycles sold out of it.
Tombstone Junction
Motocross races behind Mutual Federal Bank at Trademart, which is now where Big Lots is.
Airfield on the road by Wendys, now it's a trailer park. Still has a hangar on one of the drives.
Miss all the fun things they had at the Civic Center, mule pulling, motorcycle jumps, races, wheelies etc, greased pig contest
Howard Brothers
JC's annual Haunted House on Truck Route
Easter egg hunts at Trademart, David Ashley use to have something to do with it, would get all the stores in Trademart to donate things, was AWESOME!
Big O (Oscar Davenport) riding a wheelie down main street before the NIBROC parade.
Johns or Pauls discount, can't remember which one we had down by Howard Brothers.
A1 Fence Company, had birds and a deer or bear out back.
Luther Wallens old garage where Hart Funeral Home is now. Loved going there and looking at the dogs he had for sale. My family bought two Saint Bernards off him.
Flatbed Trailers pulled in to Trademart and the singings they had on them.
Dr Pepper Jeep that was given away by WYGO.
Western Auto
JC Penneys downtown. Remember seeing a little short man that worked there, ran up and down the elevator with boxes.
NEWBERRYS! loved going in there. Loved the fountain drinks. They had a video game in the back that had a rifle that you shot jungle animals as they jumped out on you. Anyone remember this?
That little man you speak of is now in his 70,s and drives a school bus,is still is a very nice hard working man! When he retired from there he started driving.
Millie Ledford Lee

Portland, OR

#708 Oct 12, 2013
Jennifer wrote:
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Triplett's Super Market (corner of S. Main and 18th)
Courtesy (on S Main around 16th or 17th st.)
I remember Triplett's Supermarket. Mr. Triplett always wore an apron, and he used to plug a watermelon so we could sample it before buying. And my mom used to get my back to school sweaters in their dry good section.

Las Vegas, NV

#709 Oct 12, 2013
Millie Ledford Lee wrote:
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I remember Triplett's Supermarket. Mr. Triplett always wore an apron, and he used to plug a watermelon so we could sample it before buying. And my mom used to get my back to school sweaters in their dry good section.
Yes, she did. Triplett's sold just about everything. I used to love going in Courtesy Drug Store just to look around too. It was a block or two from Triplett's. I just found this site today and reading some of the posts really jars some good memories.
born here

United States

#710 Oct 12, 2013
I remember most of these old places. Had forgotten about a few of them. I remember the first movie I watched at the hippodrome was bambi(made be cry lol) I think I was about 5yrs old. My first job was at roses then later I worked at druthers (which was burger queen before that). It is sad that most of these places are just history now. I too am family of the Cobbs that had the little grocery store. That store actually started out up on gordon hill, later moved down to main street.
born here

United States

#711 Oct 12, 2013
The Cobbs market that was on gordon hill was located just about across the street from circle k. That was in the 1930s. Obviously the one on main street was their descendants. Thought I would post that fact, as most people would not know that. The people other than family that would know this have probably been gone for years.

Sarasota, FL

#712 Jan 15, 2014
South Ward football city champs 1953

Middlesboro, KY

#713 Jan 16, 2014
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