This box has cards with jokes on them. A good 1960s housewife would be expected to entertain, after all.
I guess this qualifies, sort of.
From a box sold in Chicago, Illinois.
A German, an Englishman and an American were exchanging stories.
The German began, “One day I was walking down the street in Berlin. Someone stopped me and said, ‘Are you the Kaiser Wilhelm?'”
He was obviously pleased by the suggestion, but the Englishman did not want to be outdone.
“Well, one day, I was walking down the street in London and someone stopped me and said, ‘Are you Disraeli?’ He actually thought I was Disraeli.”
The American thought for a moment, then not wanting someone to get ahead of him, replied:
“That’s nothing–one day I was walking down the street in New York and someone stopped me and said, ‘Holy Moses! Is that you?'”