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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - "War -- Pulaski, Wisconsin, Sunday, December 7, 1941" through "Pulaski, Wisconsin" (Pages 127 through 148) Summary & Analysis

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Father Sobieski asked Stanislaw to stand in as altar boy for one who did not show up for mass. It was a funny site to see him wear the altar boy robe, which fit the adult more like a blouse. After church, Sophie stayed to help the nuns clean the church like she always did. Later that day, Gertrude and Tula were practicing their roller skating routine while a pianist played their song. She stopped playing abruptly, though, and a loudspeaker announced that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. The pianist began playing “God Bless America.” Angie and her friend were at the theater when the movie was interrupted to make the announcement. A nun told Sophie to go home to her family right away. The whole Jurdabralinski family gathered in their kitchen as...

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