Calpurina takes Scout and Jem to First Purchase African M.E. Church because Atticus was in an emergency session at the state legislator. (12)
Jem and Scout learn that not all black people can read like Calpurnia, so their alternatives to hymn-books is linin, which means that Zeebo reads the lyrics and the church sings it back. (12)
I am not getting rid of Calpurina, she has raised the children better than a mother could.
Aunt Alexandria comes for a visit to help Atticus since he will not be home as much because of the case, and she hopes to help Scout become more lady like. (13)
Atticus is becoming stressed from the difficult case that he is working, and the kids take notice in his change of attitude. He is trying to be convinced from his sister to make the kids more proper, but he doesn't agree with the request. (13)
Aunt Alexandria is trying to tell Atticus to get rid of Calpurina, but Atticus says no. Calpurina has always been there for the children as their mother figure, and they love her, he was not going to take away that from them. (14)
Dill runs away from home because his parents neglect him, Jem breaks his last strain of childhood when he tells Atticus that Dill had run away. Atticus is not mad and he lets him stay a night. Dill sneaks to Scout's room and tells her why he ran away. (14)