“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #108

FREE! Lum and Abner fans: The Jot ‘Em Down Journal #108, June 2002, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!

Cover photo: Elizabeth Goff 1910-2002, Elmore Vincent 1908-2000.
“In Memory of Elizabeth Goff by Tim Hollis.
“In Memory of Elmore Vincent by Tim Hollis.
“Lum and Abner in the News” “The Amazing Lum and Abner” from Movie Life magazine, August 1942.
“The 2002 NLAS Convention” promo announcing guests Ginny Tyler, Dal McKennon, Nancy Wible.
“Lum and Abner and the Great American Roadside” “Dee-Lux Accommodations, or 20 Rooms 20” by Tim Hollis.
And more!

The Jot ‘Em Down Journal was edited by Tim Hollis.
The Audio Journal was read by Sam Brown.

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.

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11 thoughts on ““The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #108

      1. That was it, an’ sounded somep’n wonderful! Thankee kindly, awful thoughty of you! They said it was the 17th. anniversary, but I reckon they let Cedric do the cipherin’!

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      2. Glad I finally found the right one! If the sound was good and clean, it may be one I transferred from the original disc. I wish I could get this audio problem fixed on my PC. Yes, I remember them getting the date confused. I think Gene Baker corrected it on the next episode.


  1. Maybe that was not the right episode. I will have to listen via my cell phone. The disc I have here contains a total disruption of the body of the episode and several celebrities stream in and take over the broadcast. Was that not in the one on Retro Radio Podcast? I can’t hear it on my PC due to an audio outage. I’ll check the cell phone to see,


    1. Robert, I found out what this is. This is not the actual broadcast, it is the rehearsal! I’m wondering if ABC recorded the rehearsal, secretly knowing the live performance would be disrupted, as a “just in case” measure. If the party got too wild, they could roll the recording. That’s just a theory! I used the “disrupted” live one on my 90th anniversary “Lum and Abner” show on YUSA on April 26, 2021. I’ll try to send a link if I can locate it before I have to leave for church duty.


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