Yes, Frank listened to this as well. Noses held some fascination for him.
One time, I learned from my science readings (as my sister was studying anatomy then in preparation for her new career as a dental hygienist) that while the human body is usually asymmetrical (one foot, the dominant foot, is usually larger than the other ... and so on), most people's noses measure not much more than 2-1/4" long, usually no more than 2-1/2". So of course the tape measure came out. My father had a big nose because he had his nose broken prize fighting. His fell between the standard measurement, much to my surprise. As was everyone within reach of the tape measure, even my own. We had four broken noses in our family, counting my grandmother's, and when measured, they all fell within the standard. I did not break my nose until later, when I was surfing one day. I finally felt that I finally had something in common with my immediate family. Frank's nose, though it appeared larger than it actually was likely did not fall too far afield from the 2-1/2" outer standard, but truth is he declined measured verification.
Frank was the eventual recipient of all the nose jokes my family members had collected through the course of many many years, but he didn't hear those all at once. As to all that nose measuring, there really was not too much to do in town.