Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 164
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 164

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. fAVORITE jokes by lou TONy AdAMS ; EDITOR'S NOTE: Here are Marsh and Adams telling you about I themselves: "Our names are Lou Marsh and Tony Adams. These names probably don't mean much to you, but they ; have kept us out of the big time... We've been a comedy team for 20 years [more or less] doing our act at such places : as the Sands and Sahara, Las Vegas; Cal-Neva Lodge, Lake Tahoe- the Fonlainebleau, Americana and Barcelona hotels in Miami Beach, and we are now in our third year there at the Montmartre Hotel." Here then are Marsh and Adams: Lou: My son is on a Little League team. One day I was : watching the kids practice. The new center fielder was dropping balls all over the place, error after error. Finally the coach sent in my son to play. Well, my son did worse, but before the coach could say a word, my son said: "Coach, that kid's got the outfield in such a mess, nobody can play it now!" · Four golfers on the first tee of a new country club. First · golfer addresses the ball, swings and completely misses it. He swings again and again and keeps missing the ball. He looks at the other three golfers and says: "You know, this is a real tough course." · Every American has the chance to become President. That's one of the risks we have to take. · We overheard one Congressman say to another: "I'd hate to have to make a living under the laws we just passed." · One year the President was receiving a businessman at the White House. "You know," said the President, "if I weren't President, I'd be buying stocks right now." "If you weren't President, I'd be buying them,too," said the businessman. · Father to teen-age son: "Mind if I use the car tonighl?l'm taking your mother out, nnd I'd like to impress her." · This year we saved our money to pay our income tax. Now all we have to do is borrow some to live on. · A family we knew that had been living in cramped quarters bought a bigger house. Last week we saw the 12-year-old son and asked: "How do you like your new house?" He said: "Oh, we like it a lot. I have my own room; my sisters have rooms of their own; but poor Mom, she's still in with Dad." · A man takes a small dog to a theatrical agent's office, says to the agent: "This dog can do a sensational act." The agent, humoring him, says: "Let's see what the dog can do." With this the dog goes into singing and dancing to "Tea for Two." Then he goes to the piano and plays Chopin's Polonaise. The agent goes wild and says: "I'll call Vegas right away. I know we can get $100,000 a week for the act." Suddenly the office door swings open. In walks a big dog, picks the little dog up by the nape of the neck and walks out. The agent says to the man: "What was that?" The man answers: "That's the only drawback. That's the dog's mother and she wants him to be a doctor." ^« m LEMON i Waxed Beat Ins As You pr .,SSsi§ / Now there's a \ liquid Pledge in a pump I spray bottle. / Now you can get Pledge's famous waxed beauty shine in a new, easy-to-use pump spray bottle. New liquid Pledge works just like aerosol Pledge, .lust spray and then dust. Liquid Pledge i n s t a n t l y brings out the natural beauty ol your wood and leaves a glowing shine. And all you did was d u s t . New liquid Pledge in a pump spray bottle joins the Pledge f a m i l y to give you waxed beauty i n s t a n t l y every time you dust.

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