“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #124

FREE! Lum and Abner fans: The Jot ‘Em Down Journal #124, Spring 2005, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!

Cover photo: Norris Goff & Chet Lauck sampling Horlick’s Tablets in a 1935 publicity photo.
“The Return of The Pine Ridge Newsby Randal Hall & Tim Hollis.
“70 Years of Lum and Abner” by Tim Hollis.
“Sunday Night by the Philco” by Donnie Pitchford.
“CHS-TV’s Golden Age of Radio by Ratson Shlopler.

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.


For the rest of the issues, we continue to present the original production PDF files of each page! By that I mean these are the master files sent to the printer in 2005! The link below takes you to a folder instead of a multipage PDF. You will need to open and/or download each page. The plus side of this is you get the very best quality that exists! Many thanks to Tim Hollis who preserved these files!

This is the first quarterly issue of The Jot ‘Em Down Journal and the final one of Volume 21.

Click here for the PDF folder!

Click here for the MP3!

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Published by lumandabner

Lum and Abner cartoonist

5 thoughts on ““The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #124

      1. Am using outdated Firefox browser & something changed in the last week. Had to switch to another browser to see the MP3 download button. Thanks.

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  1. Very good. I hope it works. I created these pages a year or more ago, and I did them in big bunches, so there’s always a chance of an error due to fatigue, so thanks for checking with me on this.


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