Here, Lizabeth is mocking & making fun of Miss Lottie with her younger brother, Joey. You can see that see was trying to fit in with her little brothers & his friends so that is why she went on and destroyed some of Miss Lottie's marigolds.
Here, you see Lizabeth's parents talking. You can see her dad crying because he has nothing to give his wife & family. The wife is trying to comfort him and say things will be okay. Here, this is where Lizabeth truly saw how the Great Depression & poverty was affecting her family This is were Lizabeth also believes everything is out of order.
Here, Lizabeth is destroying Miss Lottie's marigolds out of frustration for her problems & struggles. In the novel, she says that here is where her adulthood began & her innocence was gone. Instead of seeing a witch when she was younger, Lizabeth now sees Miss Lottie as a sad, broken, old women.