- The Perfect Squelch. Jones, Franklin P. // Saturday Evening Post;6/4/1949, Vol. 221 Issue 49, p142
The article presents a joke about a plump matron who went inside a women's specialty shop in Dallas.
- Untitled. // New Yorker;3/18/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p35
The article presents a joke about a shop in New York City that has a sign saying that it fixes all kinds of repairs.
- THE TALK OF THE TOWN. // New Yorker;6/12/1965, Vol. 41 Issue 17, p32
The article presents a joke about the notice posted by a paint store in selling paint and wallpaper to a husband.
- THE TALK OF THE TOWN. // New Yorker;3/28/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p33
The article presents a joke about the Hidden Snack Shop that has gone out business in Winnetka, Illinois.
- Circularity Rap. Faith, Margaret // Saturday Evening Post;Dec1982, Vol. 254 Issue 9, p39
Presents a joke about a general store.
- Early Shopper. Hennelley, Mary // Saturday Evening Post;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 278 Issue 6, p112
This article presents a joke about a shopper who completed holiday shopping at a store before it opened.
- POST SCRIPTS. Lee, Kris; Kenney, K. W.; Beckman, Martha J.; Curnane, James; Carrier, Kathryn; Ghigna, Charles; Sands, Rose; Frazier, Oliver E.; Schoeder, Raymond A.; Neren, Elaine; Bader, B.; LaMance, Thomas; Lindal, Don; Ball, Ivern; Cannon, Maureen; Gramling, Jack; Shaffer, Ralph; Hall, Kenneth E.; Loveland, J. // Saturday Evening Post;Apr87, Vol. 259 Issue 3, p38
The article presents several jokes published in the April 1, 1987 issue of the periodical "The Saturday Evening Post." A woman noticed a hand-painted sign in a store window which read: "Hard Wear." She went in and gently informed the proprietor of the misspelling. After he thanked her, she...
- I'm Way Behind You. Kurtz, Vernon H. // Saturday Evening Post;11/26/1955, Vol. 228 Issue 22, p42
Presents a joke featuring incomplete statements about various issues. Reasons behind the refusal of a woman to sing at a bar; Factors that made a person an alleged murderer; Explanation made by a retailer about the forty-four cents deposit he received from a buyer purchasing new fruit drinks.
- THE MAN NEXT DOOR. Hillis, Burton // Better Homes & Gardens;Jul1985, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p142
The section presents humorous observations concerning various issues and topics. In one local stereo store, a warning sign was placed by the owner to one listening room that says "Blast Area." According to Ken Floyd, in professional baseball, millionaires usually make errors. One observation by...