“José, can you see?” about José, a new immigrant, who goes to a baseball game and in order to get a good view climbs the flagpole. Just before the game began everyone stood up, turned to him—perched on the flagpole—and sang out, “José, can you see?”
Obvious a number of these skits would be politically incorrect today (what isn't?) but being white I found them to be funny and still do. They certainly are more funny to me then the black comedian today who begins each line of their skit with mother fucker.
Another comedian on records played on radio was Brother Dave Gardner. He had several routines such as "The Motorcycle Story" and "When John Gets Here." He stressed a southern comic style and faded from the scene by the end of the 1960's. I am sure somewhere on you tube are a number of his shows.