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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - “Wink’s Phillips 66, 1937” through “Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1938” (Pages 67 through 87) Summary & Analysis

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In “Wink’s Phillips 66, 1937,” the gas station was known for its spotless restrooms. Momma knew that the most important thing to women travelers was a safe, clean restroom. More women began driving cars, so this was important. The four girls took turns keeping the restrooms in perfect condition. Momma would not let the station employees use the customer restrooms because she did not want them getting greasy. After a random inspection, their public restroom was awarded the Phillips Certified Restroom emblem for a perfect score of 100. The nurse who inspected it, Nurse Dorothy, became a long-time friend of the family after that.

In “The Next Day – Saturday, June 11, 2005,” Sookie locked herself in the house and closed the blinds so she would not have to interact with her mother. Marvaleen stopped by and asked if she’d tried...

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