“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #43

FREE! Lum and Abner fans: “The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #43, August 1991, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!
Cover: Les Tremayne narrating a 1991 Lum and Abner multimedia presentation.
“What’s Cookin’? Department” “Aunt Bee’s Mayberry Cookbook” promotion.
“The Voice is Familiar… the Story of Les Tremayne,” by Tim Hollis.
“‘Lum’ Addresses the Legislature, 1951” transcript of Arkansas Legislature address.
“Lum and Abner and the Sponsors” Part 8: The Ford Dealers of America, by Tim Hollis.
“The Golden Era” comic strip by Gary Stivers.
“The 1991 NLAS Convention” by Donnie Pitchford
“Meet the Members” spotlights Don Potter and Col. Neal B. Whittaker.

The Jot ‘Em Down Journal was edited by Tim Hollis.
The Audio Journal was read by Donnie Pitchford.

The Jot ‘Em Down Journal is a production of
The National Lum and Abner Society.

“Lum and Abner” is a registered trademark, used by permission of the Estate of Chester H. Lauck Jr.

Volume 8 begins! Click for audio intro!

Click here for the PDF!

Click here for the MP3!

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Published by lumandabner

Lum and Abner cartoonist

10 thoughts on ““The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #43

    1. I clicked the link and it opened in a new tab. The Journal images show at the left and at the top right I see “Sign in,” “Sign up” (DropBox choices) and then a download button. When I click that, it gives me a choice of “Direct download” or “Save to my Dropbox.” I tried “Direct download” without signing in to DropBox and it seems to have worked. I am able to open the PDF I downloaded. Let me know if any of this works for you.


  1. Great! Maybe one day soon I can tackle the NLAS site and get it “unfrozen.” Right now, I just don’t have enough time to deal with it. Thank you for subscribing here!


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