Confirmed bachelor Lum Edwards is an earnest entrepreneur - stable, yet stumbling. Forever jumping to conclusions, Abner Peabody tends to act first and ask questions later. Together, these silly silver-haired citizens of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, are the proprietors of the Jot 'Em Down Store. This good-hearted, if somewhat misguided, pair have such a slow and easy way about them that folks might assume their lives are uneventful - but, nothing could be farther from the truth!
It's time for Lum 'n' Abner! Chester Lauck and Norris Goff are doin' the talkin' as Lum Edwards and Abner Peabody in 36 more digitally restored and remastered episodes. Their continuing escapades find friends getting cultured, getting sued, and getting drafted! How will the fellers pay the bills from their failed rocket project? Who did Cedric get himself engaged to? What is the Golden Era Discussion Club? Why are so many people leaving town? Come find out. Let's see what's going on down in Pine Ridge.
And now, let's see what's going on down in Pine Ridge: A winner is declared in the war bond contest to become Lum's bride! And that's not all. The community is exposed to surrealist painting, Mousey returns from the war, and a runaway girl seeks protection in the Jot 'Em Down Store. Come hear Chester Lauck and Norris Goff as they star in 36 consecutive episodes from the summer of 1943.
This episode of Bob Hope's classic NBC radio show originally aired on February 29, 1944.
The Jot 'Em Down store is jumping! Lum is called upon to arrest the town's new dentist...and himself. Grandpap fixes to marry his own wife while every eligible gal in Pine Ridge is fixing to marry one Mr. Edwards. Fortunes are told, war bonds are sold, and Barbara Stanwyck pays a visit! Come hear Chester Lauck and Norris Goff as they star in 36 consecutive episodes from the spring of 1943.
The proprietors of the Jot 'Em Down Store and Library are looking after a runaway girl, or is it the other way around? As if that weren't enough to keep them on their toes, Lum and Abner have to contend with a measles epidemic, a new round of school board elections, and unwanted attention from Squire Skimp and Uncle Henry Lunceford! Chester Lauck and Norris Goff take you deep into the Arkansas Ozarks in 36 consecutive episodes from the summer of 1943.