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be in the left-hand column. The right-hand column will
contain related photos or graphics. Browse and meet
some of our friends. Want a link on this page? Click
CONTACT and write to us. Your site must be rated G and
you must be willing to post a link for the National Lum
and Abner Society.

Lum and Abner
links:
To read a special announcement for blind
fans of old time radio, we invite you to
click this link!

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
was very important to Mr. Fred Foy, 1999 NLAS
Convention Guest of Honor.
If you would like to honor his memory,
please make a donation to this worthy cause.
Please click here to visit their website.

The NLAS does not sell Lum and Abner movies. For the
only authorized DVDs of these films, contact
Lum and Abner Associates
Chet Lauck
135 Circle Drive
Hot Springs, AR 71901
Or click here for more information.

Every fan of Lum and Abner needs to visit The Lum and
Abner Museum located in the REAL Pine Ridge,
Arkansas!  Lon and Kathryn Stucker will be happy to
meet you and show you around the original Dick
Huddleston Store and Lum and Abner Museum. Click the
link that follows to learn more!
LUM AND ABNER MUSEUM

Want to read the new Lum and Abner strip? You can also
listen to it! Each strip has an audio version with voices,
sound effects and music. Here it is!
LUM AND ABNER COMIC STRIP

NLAS Member Edward Hutchison has his own tribute to
Lum and Abner
with interesting photos.
Give his page a visit by clicking the link that follows:
LUM AND ABNER

Our friend Alan Johns has all kinds of Old Time Radio
and Lum and Abner stuff you will enjoy. Visit his site here:
ALANBAMA

If you'd like to "Share the Comedy Genius of Lum and
Abner" with other fans, try this group!
YAHOO

If you enjoy Old Time Radio, you'll enjoy "Jimbo" Mason's
OTR BUFFET
and as a Lum and Abner fan, you'll find his
LUM AND ABNER DICTIONARY
very entertaining!

NLAS member Keith Heltsley is a fan of
Lum and
Abner
as well as all types of OTR! You're invited to
check out his podcasts and other entertaining offerings.
Try these three links:
RETRO OTR SITE
L&A CHANNEL


Check out
Ed Clark’s American Old Time Radio
Podcasts
website!  Ed writes, "There is much to hear
on AOTR and I have a great deal of pleasure in bringing
you some of the best from a bygone era of Radio. An era
perhaps gone, but not forgotten, and an era of a certain
style and glamour."
AOTR PODCASTS


This is a great site for fans of both The Andy Griffith Show
and Lum and Abner!
TWO CHAIRS NO WAITING

This fine organization does much to keep Old Time Radio
alive!  Additionally, it provides services for blind people.  
Find out more about
HELPING HANDS FOR THE BLIND

Here's a website and organization providing fine Old
Time Radio for your listening pleasure:
RADIO OUT OF THE PAST

Remember the time Jack Benny visited Lum and Abner?  
Or the time Phil Harris showed up in a Lum and Abner
movie?  Or how about the fact that both shows featured
Andy Devine?  Want to learn more about Jack Benny?  
Well, here is the club for you, going strong for 30 years:
INTERNATIONAL JACK BENNY FAN
CLUB


What does Popeye have to do with Lum and Abner?
We've heard that before!  For many years, the founders
and members of the Official Popeye Fanclub assisted
with the NLAS Conventions, and we've returned the favor
in Chester, Illinois at their annual Popeye Picnic
Banquets.  Check out this fun club here:
OFFICIAL POPEYE FANCLUB


Cartoonist George Wildman (1927-2016) was a great
friend to the NLAS. His son Karl keeps his legacy alive
here:
WILDTOONZ LINK


Like comic books? Characters like Popeye, Snuffy Smith,
Phantom, Fred Flintstone, Captain Atom, Blue Beetle,
Tarzan, Flash Gordon? You should check out a great
magazine,
Charlton Spotlight! Ol' Uncle Donnie Pitchford
has done gone an' drawed up a kiver for th' one, an'
colored up some comic book stories, an' he even writ
some illun-strated by the great George "Popeye"
Wildman!  
Click for more information on new and back issues!
CHARLTON SPOTLIGHT


Tell fokes ya heered about
these places from this site!  
We'd shore 'preciate it.
NLAS "ZECKATIF OSSIFERS":
"Uncle Donnie" Pitchford, President
"Singin' Sam" Brown, Vice-President
Tim Hollis, Executive Secretary
Related images:
Jot 'Em Down Journal masthead by Donnie Pitchford
Photo of Mr. Fred Foy at the NLAS microphone.
Photo of the Lum and Abner Museum.
Lum and Abner comic strip images.
Alan Johns' logo,
Lum and Abner, on the movie set, pretend to broadcast a radio show.
1935 publicity composite of Lauck and Goff, Lum and Abner.
Ed Clark's logo, American OTR Podcasts.
Radio Out of the Past logo.
Jack Benny Fan Club logo.
Popeye the Sailor bust by George Wildman.
Wildman Creative Studios logo.
Charlton Spotlight #7 cover, painting by Donnie Pitchford.
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