Man in Doorway:
Mr. C. J. Jackson.
Top Row L to R:
Pat Gerber, Kenneth McNeal, Jim Trimble, B.E. Dailey,
Billy Hall, Billy Ralph Shipp, Tommy Lane,
James Manley, Joe Kaufman, James Moore.
Middle Row L to R:
Alton Rodgers, Jimmy Evans, Charles Monk, Eugene
McGee, Eugene Mathews, Phillip Oliver,
Donald Bodine, Richard Campbell.
Front Row L to R:
Mr. C.K. Bender, Norvell Courtney, Howard Smith,
Buddy Greenwood, Jay Riley, Ray Fricks,
Carl Martindale, Henry Smith, Darryl Bodine, Mr. C.A.
I have info on most of the people in this photo, here
are a few: C.K. Bender was Principal of Liberty School.
C.A. Shipp was Math Teacher & Sports Coach of Liberty
School. C.J. Jackson was Teacher & Junior Coach
of Liberty School.
As you can see, all were Scout Masters.
Jimmy Evans Invented & Manufactured the Evans Amplifier,
used by most Nashville Players of the day.
Buddy Greenwood had a short stint with Professional Baseball,
being a Southpaw Pitcher.
Richard Campbell ran Raney's Flowers for years.
Billy Ralph Shipp married Tally's Cafe Owner's daughter.
Norvell Courtney owned a Brake Repair Shop on third street
with his brother Oneal.
Joe Kaufman's Parents owned the Kaufman Store on Hiway
59 in Eylau