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What is Mrs. Sumpkins' ulterior motive for wanting to walk with Phoeby to take dinner to Janie?
Mrs. Sumpkins is afraid of what might happen to a woman walking alone at night.
Mrs. Sumpkins wants Phoeby to share some of the food she made.
Mrs. Sumpkins wants to go and show her support for Janie, but she doesn't want the other townspeople to know.
Mrs. Sumpkins wants to find out if there is any gossip to be had about Janie.
Mrs. Sumpkins has some information about Phoeby's husband.