Ponyboy wakes up to find himself alone in the church. The text states, "Suddenly Irealized that Johnny wasn't there."
Bored, bored, and more bored.
Johnny comes back from getting supplies and brings Pony something special. The text states, "'Wheee!' I sat down on a dusty chair and stared. 'A paperback copy of Gone with the Wind! How'd you know I always wanted one?'"
After cutting their hair and bleaching Pony's, they talk about last night. The text states, "'Stop it!' Johnny gasped from between clenched teeth. 'Shut up about last night! I killed a kid last night. He couldn't of been over seventeen or eighteen, and I killed him. How'd you like to live with that?' He was crying."
For the next few days, the boys had to entertain themselves. The text states, "We killed time by reading Gone with the Wind and playing poker."
Dally comes like he said he would and he has a note for Pony. The text states, "I never thought I'd live to see the day when I would be so glad to see Dally Winston, but right then he meant one thing: contact with the outside world. . . . 'Hey, Ponyboy'--- he fumbled with a piece of paper in his back pocket--- 'I gotta letter for you.' . . . 'It's from Soda.'"
And finally the boys took Dally's car and went to go get food. The text states, "We stopped at a Dairy Queen and the first thing I got was a Pepsi. Johnny and I gorged on barbecue sandwiches and banana splits.