“Voices”? Why “Voices”? Well, the ironic quotation mark hadn’t been invented yet; here it’s used to set something off, apparently. Al pulls lots of duty - show here with the on-air boys, and then with his family; they must have done a show together.
Jolly Joe moved around, as radio men are wont to do; this 1952 Billboard story says he’s the night editor at WOW, and was previous with KMMJ in Grand Island, Nebraska. I’m guessing he made a substantial impression - this story about an old Omaha hotel bar says “perhaps the ghosts of Jolly Joe Martin and Al Lamb still haunt” the piano bar. By 1977 a newspaper in Columbus could say “Jolly Joe” without specifying anything more.