It all began back in the '30s, in the tiny village of Waters, Arkansas. But soon the village changed the name, in their honor, to Pine Ridge and so it is today. For many years, when I was a child I loved to listen to these two old men, and still do. You may still purchase old cassette tapes etc, and make believe you are in yesteryear. During the World War II, the Army broadcast the program far and wide. Several movies were made over those years, ...."I grannies, Abner, I beleve that's our ring." So be brave and tune in to the little goin's on down at the Jot 'em Down Store, sit a spell and relive the golden days of radio. For more information go to www.lumandabner.net
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