remembering The CB'ers of channel 12 in lewisburg
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#1 Jan 5, 2011
This is a tribute to the old Cb'ers (Citizen band radio)I remember who talked for years on channel 12 around lewisburg Kentucky and surrounding Areas up until around 1994 when I moved away.
The list is in no way complete. Many have passed away, id appreciate anyone who can fill in the blanks with the names, and if I have missed some handles, please write me, and if you know if they are still living. I plan to put this on a web site or facebook when the blanks can be filled in.
These are great people, And I had great memories on the radio.
Formerly Roscoe on the hill. Andrew Taylor. [email protected]
Junk box - JC hammers
Sodbuster _ Glenn Porter
Outlaw- Mike Pursley
Snagpole- Eugene 'Tip” Young
Roscoe- Andy Taylor
Trade Man- quality
Jody Blonde - Goodman
Groundhog -Waylon Harper(deseased)
White cloud -Carlos English
Bartender-- Pete Goodman
Spud, Potato-Peeler Billy Reeves (deceased)
Roe-Hoe - Ronald Latham.
Powder-Puff- Lynn Willowby
Little Richard/Blue Angel- Tim Hudson And Wife
Reckless/Lady Reckless- Phillip and Gale Long
Bean Flopper -Arie Greene (deceased)
Bluebird- Carlie Christmas(deceased)
Country Boy-Berkley Campbell
Hammertoe- Danny Ray Pogue(deceased)
Night Owl -Greg Lack
Moose/ Lady Moose
Rusty Goodman(forgot his handle)
Big Red/Hosebag Red & Donna Horton
Poor Boy- Jimmy Henderson
Bear Skinner-Darrell ?
Greywolf- Clifton Carver (deceased)
Clyde Gorum (deceased)
Woodstock/Little_bit Darrel Skipworth & wife
Peace Maker-Junior Haley
Joe Mcurdy(forgot handle)
Maverick/lady Maverick- Joe & Susie Buchanan
Fish-hook-Danny Oneal(deceased)​ ​??
Robin Roland Oneal
Honey-crust (married to Mr. Roland Oneal (deceased)
Maverick man Aka-Joe Gunn Five (also a brother,with stack pdl2's cant remember name or handle)
JJ -Leslie Buchanan
Redbird/ lady redbird William and Becky (Callahan ) Buchanan
One Side'-Lenard Sorrels
Mule Skinner-Thomas (Tommy) Neal Blake
Golden Nickel -Latham (deceased)
Pokey -Wanda Belcher
Rambling Rose- Girdie latham
Tweety Bird- Mary Hendrix (deceased)
Wanda Woman -Wanda Hendrix (deceased)
Guitar Picker- Jack hunt
Dutch Baby (deceased)
Slugger/Lady Slugger Ray & Diane Hunt
Snake AKA Crow -Darrel Blake (deceased)
Slim-jim Tootsie roll Wayne and Debbie Callahan
Bad Cat-Kristie Gains
#2 Jan 5, 2011
wm buchanan from jockey holler deceased junior haley from clifty deceased
#3 Jan 5, 2011
weldon harper....ground hog r.i.p pat harper....steam lady
#4 Jan 5, 2011
#5 Jan 5, 2011
Thats right! steam lady...could not think of the handle! thank you. I really liked the groundhog. what was horse traders name?
#6 Jan 5, 2011
Im sorry! that was a long time ago...it was weldon, not waylon thanks :)
#7 Jan 5, 2011
Ah yes, wm buchanan, Redbird. I used to laugh when Mule skinner would tease him. saying he was too tight to buy a telephone. redbird would get mad and cuss him. funny stuff.
Junior Haley...peasemaker, Once threatened to ""slap dutch baby on her bonEy ass" LOL! ah the memories!
#8 Jan 6, 2011
(also a brother,with stack pdl2's cant remember name or handle)....
Midnight man,,,,just remembered
some old crazy guy in russelville Limey was his handel.
Lazy boy, dunmore....Chris Buchanan
#9 Jan 6, 2011
im not 100% sure bot i think eugene young has passed away.
#10 Jan 6, 2011
I will verify this tomorrow.
#11 Jan 6, 2011
tip is still tip.living in russellville. 1oo% sure!
#12 Jan 6, 2011
Hate to tell it but been married to Tip 9years!
#13 Jan 8, 2011
Tip and Bubby was the best neighbors anyone could ask for.
ask tip about the chain saw.....hehehehehe
Robert Taylor's son
#14 Jan 8, 2011
just thought of a few others
Old Silver (deceased)
Midnight Lady (Big Red's mom)
roadrunner...some old one legged fellow that always ripped people off, using hid handicap for leverage.(cant remember his name)
Hard Times (Jimmy ?, deceased)
Don Tomes also had a CB radio.
Vernon Hammond and His dad had a radio, cant remember his handel.
#15 Jan 8, 2011
Blue jean baby....Quality
Joe Mccurdy...jay Halker
Slim Jim... talma morre
#16 Jan 8, 2011
I was wondering if you can remember, old man river and skysville lady? haha.. and snagpole remembers the chainsaw very well, but how many fences can one go through in two seconds?
#17 Jan 9, 2011
yes I do, I believe they were Tip's folks? I will include them in the list, In fact, Tip gave me old man river's old caddy, I pulled the motor and put it into that old Checker and drove it for years after that.
For those of you wondering about the chain saw, when Tip first moved in next to us, I though i'd walk down there and meet our new neighbors. Tip was cutting wood. he took one look at me, and took off after me, with that chain saw running! I thought he was joking, be he had a very serious look on his face....I didnt come around after that for a long time...
but how many fences can one go through in two seconds? the answer is this......depends on what's after you!
Bubby and I tore those river bottoms up with those old trucks. he had a 1954 Chevrolet, and I had a 1960 Chevy, until Dad caught us.....he he he.
I was in that area last spring. nothing is the same. tip's house is gone. Dad's old farm has changed so much....I could hardly recognize it.
I'd give anything to go home...but it's not home anymore. Dad is gone. but I still have the farmall super c. it's now painted, and I take it to shows.
#18 Jan 9, 2011
Do you remember Beechcreek hethern
#19 Jan 9, 2011
.No, but i remember tips station...Dak mark 9. pride 300 (i think) driving a heathkit sb220, to a set of shooting stars. D104 with a space bird (Ive looked everywhere for one of those space birds)
I have a similar heathkit. it's deady.
#20 Jan 9, 2011
Anyone remember Butcher Man?
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