Though Squire had tried to help identify the baby by sending a copy of the coat of arms insignia to a genealogy bureau, Lum and Abner are upset over the intrusion. We find them in the Jot ‘Em Down store discussing the royal background they have imagined for the baby left in their care. Will their efforts go rewarded in helping the baby get the king job?
Word comes from the Salisbury genealogical agency, and Squire shares what the crest may mean.
The family history may not tie into royalty, but it leads to a family of the founding 13 colonies, and the Worthington family.
The boy is connected to a family gold mine. Few remaining family members can be found, other than the Guthries from Kansas City.
Is there danger in store for the boy? Will Squire want to get his finger into a possibility of a gold mine?