A chapter closes, and the end of a brief era arrives when the Meadowlark Restaurant closes it’s doors. The equipment has all been sold to Ben Withers to use in the jail. After being used to do weeks worth of chores in the store, Abner has wised up to Lum’s hypnotism techniques, but Mose Moots thinks it ought to be a good idea for a radio format.
Squire Skimp pops in to learn about the new hypnotic shows. Will he volunteer to be a subject on a show? He may have an ulterior motive.
Cedric enters for a practice hypnotic session, and Squire gets hypnotized as well. What if Lum had them switch personalities? What if they liked it, and didn’t want to switch their personalities back?
Note: Speaking of closing an era, no more Lum and Abner for a while. That’s all the shows I have, and for now, we may ne ver know what becomes of Squire and Cedric. I’m sure there’s plenty of crazy happenings before it is all set straight.
If all goes well, Maybe in July I can bring the show back. For now, you can get that daily visit to Pine Ridge by checking out Banjovy | Old Time Radio
and subscribe to the feed there. Browse the site, and you’ll find Lum and Abner, Box 13, Fort Laramie, Nero Wolfe, Philip Marlowe, Philo Vance, Sam Spade, Sherlock Holmes, Tales Of The Texas Rangers, The Falcon, The Saint, The Six Shooter, and a little more.