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  • Chapter 12
  • It's time you started bein' a girl and acting right!
  • Don't you fret too much over Mister Jem
  • From Dill: Dear Scout, I have a new father see picture inside, and i have to stay in Median because we to build a fishing boat, he's a lawyer. i will love you forever and dont worry, i will come and marry you as soon as i get my  money together. please write
  • Lula, They's my company
  • I wants to know why you bringin' white chillin to nigger church, You aint got no business bringin' white chillun here they got their church and we got ours
  • By this time, Jem has reached the age of twelve, and he begins to demand that Scout “stop pestering him” and act more like a girl. 
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  • Will the music supertendent lead us in the first hymn
  • There's a land beyod the river
  • Scout becomes upset and looks forward desperately to Dill’s arrival in the summer. To Scout’s disappointment, however, Dill does not come to Maycomb this year. He sends a letter saying that he has a new father (presumably, his mother has remarried) and will stay with his family in Meridian. 
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  • This is not enough we must have ten dollars, you all know its for helen can't leave those children to work
  • Calpurnia decides to take the children to her church, a “colored” church, that Sunday. Maycomb’s black church is an old building, called First Purchase because it was bought with the first earnings of freed slaves. One woman, Lula, criticizes Calpurnia for bringing white children to church, 
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  •  but the congregation is generally friendly, and Reverend Sykes welcomes them, saying that everyone knows their father. The church has no money for hymnals, and few of the parishioners can read, so they sing by echoing the words that Zeebo, Calpurnia’s eldest son and the town garbage collector, reads from their only hymnal.
  • During the service, Reverend Sykes takes up a collection for Tom Robinson’s wife, Helen, who cannot find work now that her husband has been accused of rape. After the service, Scout learns that Tom Robinson has been accused by Bob Ewell and cannot understand why anyone would believe the Ewells’ word
  • Helen
  • When the children return home, they find Aunt Alexandra waiting for them.
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