Mr. Webb enters and offers information on the political and social side of Grover’s Corners. The town is 86% Republican and 85% Protestant. Ninety percent of high school graduates settle in Grover’s Corners.
Mr. Webb nags Emily to walk more simply when she saunters like royalty. After Emily teasingly talks back, she kisses her father.
Mr. Webb and Constable Warren discuss Simon’s drunkenness outside.
Mr. Webb tries to converse with Simon when he stumbles by. He offers to walk with him.
Mr. Webb talks George through his cold feet. Mr. Webb also asks George about chickens on his future farm. Mr. Webb is excited about putting an incubator in his cellar.
Mr. Webb reminds Mrs. Webb how awkward it can be for a father to be left alone with his only daughter’s future husband.
When Emily demonstrates doubt at her wedding, Mr. Webb jumps in to mollify her worries. He brings Emily and George together, and walks them to the altar.
Mr. Webb presumably attends Emily’s funeral in 1913.
Emily’s Visit to her Birthday: Mr. Webb eats breakfast and tells Mrs. Webb that he has remembered to get Emily a present.