Looking For Salvation at the Dairy Queen - Part IV: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Susan Gregg Gilmore
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Catherine Grace leads the other 3 ladies up the main aisle of the church at her father's funeral. A ripple of shock goes through the congregation as they see both Lena Mae and Miss Raines, and Gloria Jean makes a big show of hugging them both. Catherine takes her father's place at the pulpit, envisioning the many times she'd seen him there as a girl. She begins the eulogy with discussing the Parable of the Weeds, relating it to the strong amount of gardeners in her father's family. She tells a story from her Grandfather about a Cherokee Indian that came out of the mountains and gave her grandfather a purple tomato plant. He planted it in his garden, but soon it was covered in weeds that tried to strangle it.

She compares that garden to Ringgold. Some of them were trying to...

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