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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - "The Decision -- Pulaski, Wisconsin" through "Long Beach, California" (Pages 231 through 266) Summary & Analysis

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In “The Decision,” Sophie considered the letter Fritzi sent her, but she really wanted to help in the war. She knew she was a good pilot, and she had heard bad language from Fritzi and guys at the filling station made passes at her. She decided she could handle the job, so she applied. Momma was happy that Tula hated flying or she would have probably gone, too. Gertrude was happy to see her arrive at the barracks, even though it meant she would have to start going to mass every Sunday again.

In “Lenore’s at It Again – Point Clear, Alabama,” Lenore became riled up by a late-night news show and called Netta to gripe. Lenore was convinced the U.S. needed to return to monarchy. She told Netta she was thinking about...

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