Thur Sept 15, 2011
Mister Ron's Basement No. 1994
Charles Heber Clark was wildly popular as a humorist using the name Max Adeler. But before adopting that name, he wrote for years using the pen name of ‘John Quill.’ This week we offer some of his early Quill tales.
In today’s 1868 story, a husband tears into his wife about joining ‘The Hop-Scotch Club.’
Time: approx eight minutes
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