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Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6: The Old Rugged Cross Church Picnic Summary

Bette Greene
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Chapter 6: The Old Rugged Cross Church Picnic Summary

August: It takes quite a bit of coaxing by Beth to finally wake Annie up for the church bus that will take the family to the picnic. Finally, everyone is ready and they walk together to the blacktop, joining the other families, including the Halls, who are waiting at the bus stop. Reverend Ross personally welcomes each person aboard. The Pretty Pennies, with their newly embroidered shirts from Logan's Store, sit in the back together.

The Pretty Pennies and Tiger Hunters get into a shouting match about who will win the race. Beth and Philip agree that if the Pennies win, the Tigers have to act as their personal slaves for a week and if the Tigers win, the Pennies have to hand over their new shirts. Later, Beth worries about the deal she made...

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