This photo — of the 1950s Naples baseball team — was published in 2005 in our Perspective section and we wondered if readers would know any of their names. Ivie Weeks of Naples knows all of them. Her husband, David, was on the team. From left, front row, they are: Coach George Smith Sr., Pat Hodges, Larry Ledbetter, David Weeks and Norman Weeks; middle row, from left: Manager B.D. Hyder, John Ledbetter, David Parker, Wesley Briggs, Bill Parker, Tommy Lacey and Jack Mills; top, row, from left: Huge Riner (umpire), Ken Hogue, Herb Henning, George O'Green and John E. Hogue. Teams from Immokalee, Fort Myers, Estero, LaBelle, Moore Haven and Citrus Center — a prison — provided competition. Home games were Sunday afternoons in Cambier Park. David Weeks, then a pitcher, recalls the whole town turned out to watch. The season was in summer, and the uniforms were of wool flannel. The Weeks' great-grandfather, Madison Weeks, came to Naples for the first time with his family in 1873. The pioneering Weeks clan sold its Gordon Pass homestead for $450 and moved on in 1855 because the area was getting too crowded. George Smith Jr., a son of Coach Smith, reports it was the second time the Daily News showed his dad in a Looking Back feature.