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But the merchants, in a single flash of financial wizardry, conceived a scheme to draw great numbers of people to shop in Pine Cone. A ticket is given for each dollar's worth of merchandise purchased in every store in the downtown area, and the customer fills out his name and address on the scrap of cardboard, and then deposits it in a great barrel that stands out in front of the city hall, in a specially constructed shelter which is locked up every night. Each Saturday afternoon at three o'clock, the drum is spun around by the head majorette of the county high school, and a ticket is drawn.
Cheap housing for workers had been recently erected up to the parking lot of the plant, and for many people, the Pine Cone Munitions Factory, in the very corner of Pine Cone, is its centre. The people of Pine Cone recognise one principal division of themselves: black and white. Other divisions can be seen, but they don't matter as much. All the black people in the town, about thirty per cent of the population, are descended from slaves who had worked the plantations in the Black Belt, only a few miles to the north.
But Becca Blair was a good friend to Sarah Howell, and with her good humour and unfailing spirit, had pretty much talked Sarah out of her depression about being left alone with Dean's mother. Becca said all the things about Jo Howell that Sarah thought but did not dare say herself. 'That old woman', Becca Blair would exclaim to Sarah on their way to work every morning, 'mean as the hell that's prepared for her, with a rear end like the side of a Mack diesel, making you wait on her. Sarah, I don't see how you put up with it, making you wait on her like you was paid forty dollars a week to do it, and she don't do a thing all day long while you and me are twisting our fingers off at the plant.