“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #46

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FREE! Lum and Abner fans: “The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #46, February 1992, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!

Cover: the classic photo of Chet Lauck & Tuffy Goff, Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll, and Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy!
“The NLAS Recommends Sons of the Desert” by Tim Hollis.
“Innocents Abroad” comparing and contrasting the last films by Laurel and Hardy and Lum and Abner, by Donnie Pitchford.
“Lum and Abner Go to War” Part 2 by Donnie Pitchford.
“And Now…” Rex Riffle resigns, Les Tremayne to the rescue, and Rev. Bobs Watson in Mature Years magazine, by Donnie Pitchford.
“Meet the Members” spotlights Dwain W. Smith and Ronnie Cramer.
“The Golden Era” comic panel by Gary Stivers.

Click the link below for your free PDF!

Click the link below for your free MP3!

The above is the final audio reading by “Uncle Donnie” Pitchford!
Yes, that’s me, folks, your Lum and Abner cartoonist!
In 2010, I started recording the issues of The Jot ‘Em Down Journal beginning with the very first one from 1984. This project was stalled a year or so later after, I think, the December 1989 issue. I resumed the recording in 2020 to complete them through the February 1992 issue because it was with the April 1992 Jot ‘Em Down Journal that NLAS Vice-President “Singin’ Sam” Brown officially started reading the issues onto cassette tape for our blind members of the National Lum and Abner Society. Beginning next time, you’ll be hearing Sam’s original recordings, just as he recorded and distributed them shortly after each JEDJ was published from April 1992 until Summer 2007!

“Uncle Donnie” Pitchford in his typical confused mode!

Published by lumandabner

Lum and Abner cartoonist

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