First, his name is Arthur. His father was so religious that he said all pleasure was a sin and didn't let any one around him be happy.
That's terrible! Of course it isn't!
Dill proposes to Scout, but still doesn't let her play with the boys, so Scout decides to go visit her neighbor Miss Maudie Atkinson.
I'm not sure this is a good idea.
Miss Maudie gardens a lot, so that's where Scout finds her. She asks about Boo Radley.
Watch out for Atticus!
Miss Maudie explains to scout that Nathan Radley, Arthur (boo) Radley's father was a 'foot-washing' baptist, and was so religious that he believed it a sin to be happy.
I don't want to be a lawyer!
Leave him alone!
Scout goes back home, and Jem and Dill tell her that they are going to put a note in the Radley's via fishing note asking Boo to come out for an ice cream. Scout is unsure, but after being teased she agrees to go.
We are leaving a note for Boo!
Jem tries to get the note in through a crack in the shutters and warns the other kids to keep a lookout for anyone, especially Atticus.
Atticus discovers them and tricks Jem into admitting his plan using a lawyer trick. Jem gets mad at him and says that he doesn't want to be anything like his father, or be a lawyer like him.