There's some folks who don't eat like us, but you ain't called on to contradict 'em at the table when don't. That boy's yo comp'ny and if he wants to eat up the table cloth you let him, you hear?
Scout is contradicting Walter Cunningham's choice on the way he eats his dinner.
I don't know what we could do, Scout. Who'd we give 'em back to?
Calpurnia is explaing the error of Scout's ways (Contradicting Walter's choice of food).
Tell you what, We'll keep 'em till school starts, then go around and ask everybodyif they're theirss
Atticus is giving an example of GRACE By treating Walter as an eqaul and having an educated converstion abount farming, and farming equipment.
I dont know Scout. But these are important to somebody....
Hows that Jem?
Jem and Scout find Indian head pennies in a small small hole in a tree, and wonder who thay would give them to since they dont know who owns them.
Jem then brings the idea up to save them until school starts in order to try and find who owns the pennies, suspecting that someone at school owns them.(This scene shows GRACE because insted of keeping them Jem wants to save them, and see if anyone lost these pennies)
Jem explains to Scout why these Indian head pennies are so important.
Well, Indian-heads--well, they come from Indians. They're real strong, magic, they make you have good luck