Citizens of Pine Ridge, Arkansas

  • Abernathy, Clave
  • Abernathy, Widder (Lydia or Ione or Beulah, different names at different times)
  • Abernathy, Kenneth (Widder's son)
  • Abernathy, Ronald (Widder's son)
  • Abernathy, Clarence (Widder's son)
  • Abernathy, Roscoe (Widder's son)
  • Abernathy, 5 other young'uns
  • Abernathy, Sude (in prison in Oklahoma)
  • Ackerman, Jud
  • Adams, Buford
  • Adams, Gilroy (nice fellow, always says "hi")
  • Amity, Old Uncle Bob
  • Anderson, Alf (died in spring of 1940)
  • Arrington, Newt (known for horse trading)
  • Arrington, Hazel (Newt's woman)
  • Atkins, Rad
  • Atkins, Rad's boys
  • Bailey, Jack
  • Bailey, Wes
  • Barns, Aint Bessie
  • Barton, Mr.
  • Barton, Mrs. (neighbor of the Quincys)
  • Barton, Sibyl (went to nursing school with Little Pearl)
  • Barton, Helen (went to nursing school with Little Pearl)
  • Bates, Albert
  • Bates, Beulah
  • Bates, Gomer (Cedric's buddy)
  • Bates, Grandpa
  • Bates, Grandma
  • Bates, Jim
  • Bates, Little Clarence
  • Bates, Little Doodie
  • Bates, Louella (or Emma?) (Walt's woman)
  • Bates, Mildred (married Ernest McMillan)
  • Bates, Near-eyes
  • Bates, Orville
  • Bates, Shorty (Cedric's buddy)
  • Bates, Walt (ran the sawmill and defense plant)
  • Beason, Ed (and his folks, from Correnth)
  • Beaumont, Widder (came to Pine Ridge to meet Lum)
  • Beaumont, 7 young'uns
  • Beavers, Elmer
  • Beckley, Ed (runs the drug store and soda fountain)
  • Beckley, Mrs. (Ed's woman)
  • Beckley, Emory (Ed's oldest boy)
  • Bedford, Slick
  • Benson, Tom
  • Biddle, Aggie
  • Bjornson, Gustave (unsure of spelling, worker at Walt Bates' saw mill, wanted a personalized mug at Lum's barber shop)
  • Blake, Jim (Abner once arrested Caleb Weehunt for shooting at him)
  • Bledsoe, Ol' Man (depositor of $12 in Lum & Abner's bank)
  • Blevins, Bernie (girl)
  • Blevins, Bessie (Tom's woman)
  • Blevins, Clarence (one of Cedric's pals)
  • Blevins, Eugene (carpenter)
  • Blevins, Florrie (Lucy's mama)
  • Blevins, Herman
  • Blevins, Lucy (in the 4th Reader with Cedric)
  • Blevins, Luther
  • Blevins, Mildred
  • Blevins, Robert (killed in the war)
  • Blevins, Tom
  • Bradford, little girls (friends of Little Pearl)
  • Bradley, Phineas
  • Brooks, Mr.
  • Brooks, Mrs.
  • Brooks, Maudie
  • Burton, Ernest
  • Burl, Willard
  • Calvin, Blake
  • Carter, Old Man Cull
  • Chester, Bashful Dave (married one of the Haskin girls)
  • Childers, Foster
  • Childers, Mrs. Foster
  • Childers, Little Caldwell
  • Childers, Hortense
  • Childers, Homer (twin to Hortense)
  • Clancy, Frank (one of Cedric's buddies)
  • Clark, Agatha (Dave's woman, a de-fense worker)
  • Clark, Dave
  • Clark, Lucy Belle (Shad's oldest girl)
  • Clark, Shad
  • Cobb, Widder
  • Collins, Cal
  • Collins, Jim
  • Collins, Uncle Newt
  • Connors, Ellie (aka Mary Ed'ards, Lum's adopted niece)
  • Cook, Doc (mentioned in 1933)
  • Crawford, Frank
  • Crockett, Dad (proprietor of the pool hall)
  • Crockett, Barrell Legs (Dad Crockett's son)
  • Crosby, Clayton Curly
  • Dalton, Old Man
  • Davis, Dan
  • Davis, Slim
  • Davis, Marty
  • Davis, Mrs. Slim
  • Davis, Little Boy
  • Degutrie, Clealfiel (unsure of spelling, worker at Walt Bates' saw mill, wanted a personalized mug at Lum's barber shop)
  • DeWitt, PeeWee (a little bitty skinny young'un, an awful cry-baby)
  • DeWitt, Ol' Frank (PeeWee's papa)
  • DeWitt, 3 girls
  • Dilbeck, Charlie
  • Dilbeck, Mrs. Charlie
  • Dillihoney, Mrs.
  • Dixon, Elbert
  • Dixon, Frog
  • Donnely, Pete
  • Doolittles, The
  • Douglas, Mr. (runs the garage back of Frank Foster's place)
  • Douglas, Ham
  • Duncan, Mr. (ex-serviceman)
  • Duncan, Mrs.
  • Edwards, Lum (Columbus)
  • Eberts, Whitey (Cedric's pal)
  • Elkins, Frank (the photographer)
  • Evans, Ira
  • Farnsworth, Buddy (married Boss Simmons' girl)
  • Farnsworth, Maudie
  • Faulk, Dad
  • Ferguson, Cannonball
  • Fields, Oscar
  • Foss, Dan
  • Foster, Frank (ran the filling station)
  • Foster, Mrs. Frank
  • Foster, Frank's little girl
  • Foster, Melvin
  • Foster, Skinny (Cedric's buddy)
  • Foster, Shorty (Cedric's buddy)
  • Foster, Wimpy (Cedric's buddy)
  • Foster, Tom
  • Foster, Rube
  • Foster, Rube's boy (serving time in Alcatrez for selling dogs through the mail)
  • Friar, Whistlin' Bill
  • Fried, Uncle Benson (ran away with a widder woman to live in Montgomery County)
  • Gaddis, Jim
  • Gandel, "Spud" (Real name: Irving Filmore Gandel, married Miss Evalena, the school teacher)
  • Gantlin, Bessie
  • Garland, Old Man Bud
  • Garland, 8 boys (sons of Bud)
  • Garrett, Hugh
  • Gaston, Violet
  • Gates, Tuffy
  • Gilbert, Mrs.
  • Gilbert, boy in the service
  • Goshen, Emmett
  • Goshen, Mrs. Emmett
  • Gray, Mousey (Lewellyn Snavely)
  • Gray, Gussie Hogan (Mousey's wife, just like a mother to him)
  • Green, Judge (took dinner with the Peabodys once)
  • Green, Turkey (a half-blood Cherokee Indian)
  • Harrison, Mickey (has more political buttons on his hat than Cedric does)
  • Haskin, Girls
  • Hataway, Homer
  • Hatstaff, Al
  • Hatten, Alice (lives down there in Shady)
  • Hausner, Jerry (actually a character actor on the show, but Lum once referred to him as a resident of Pine Ridge!)
  • Hawkins, Vesper
  • Hazard, Hap
  • Herman, Charles (alias Okie Herman, bank robber along with the Waldern Boys)
  • Hilton, Shorty
  • Hobbs, Big Oversized Girl
  • Hodgkins, Ira
  • Hodgkins, Josie (Ira's woman)
  • Hodgkins, Dillard
  • Hodgkins, Grandpa
  • Hogan, Snake (Gussie Gray's brother)
  • Hogan, Mrs. (Snake's woman)
  • Hogan, Robert (one of Snake's boys)
  • Hoskins, Harry (disappeared about 1925)
  • Huddleston, Dick (J. Richard, the postmaster)
  • Huddleston, Mrs. Dick
  • Huddleston, Ethel (Dick's girl)
  • Hudgins, Charley
  • Hughes, Charlie
  • Hutton, Howard
  • Jackson, Corny
  • Jeff the Butcher
  • Jenkins, Homer
  • Jenkins, Lije
  • Jessup, Widder (Abner let her move into Lum's house when he thought Lum had "suicided hisself.")
  • Jessup, young'uns
  • Johnson, Gus (Abner and 'Lizabeth were quarantined at the Johnson farm with the measles.)
  • Johnson, Mrs.
  • Johnson, Jackie (The littlest Johnson young'un)
  • Johnson, young'uns
  • Johnson, Uncle Earl
  • Johnson, Bertha
  • Jones, Jim
  • Karney, Stingy Steve
  • Kilgore, Homer (Mousey's partner in the three-legged race at the 4th of July picnic.)
  • Koskioskus, Ignious (unsure of spelling, worker at Walt Bates' saw mill, wanted a personalized mug at Lum's barber shop)
  • Littletton, Manny
  • Lubbock, Ned (farmer who was having to move out of Pine Ridge when the truck route changed)
  • Ludlow, Grimey (a friend of Grandpap)
  • Lunsford, Uncle Henry (town marshal)
  • Lunsford, Aunt Kit (Uncle Henry's woman)
  • Lunsford, Sylvia (Uncle Henry's old maid sister)
  • Lunsford, Berthy (married the Farnsworth boy over at Cherry Hill)
  • Lunsford, Bular (Uncle Henry's daughter)
  • Lurch, Frank (a friend of Grandpap's)
  • Lutrow, Charlie
  • McCloud, Red
  • McDannel, Aint Phebe
  • McGillacuddy, Peter
  • McGuire, Arnold (one of Cedric's buddies)
  • McMillan, Old Man
  • McMillan, Mrs.
  • McMillan, Ernest (buddy of Cedric's, fought in the War)
  • McMillan, other boys
  • McMillan, Rad
  • Maddix, Lonzo
  • Madison, Buford
  • Madison, Whitey
  • Mail Carrier
  • Mail Carrier's wife
  • Mail Carrier's child
  • Martin, Sid
  • Masters, Grandpa (Otis)
  • Masters, Grandma (Clementine)
  • Masters, Wilbur (Grandpa & Grandpa's boy in the Navy)
  • Maxwell, Onnie
  • Medford, Alf
  • Medford, Bob
  • Medford, Jim
  • Medford, Lonnie
  • Medford, Tommy (Alf's little boy)
  • Meeks, Grandma
  • Mallard, Dick
  • Miller, Bernie
  • Miller, Doc (Cyrus W.)
  • Miller, Frederick (defense worker from Germany)
  • Miller, Odie
  • Monroe, Tom
  • Monroe, Mrs. Tom
  • Moots, Mose (the barber)
  • Moots, Melvie (Mose's woman)
  • Moots, Little Mose
  • Mullins, Mrs.
  • Nunley, Ira (works at saw mill)
  • Oliver, Agatha (a boarder at Sister Simpson's boarding house)
  • Osaskiwach, Gladinski (unsure of spelling, worker at Walt Bates' saw mill, wanted a personalized mug at Lum's barber shop)
  • Overturf, Bessie
  • Parish, Brother (kin to Medfords, as is Grandpap)
  • Parks, Lester
  • Peabody, Abner
  • Peabody, 'Lizabeth (Abner's woman)
  • Peabody, Little Pearl (Abner's girl)
  • Peabody, Phineas Stonewall (Abner's papa)
  • Pitts, Beulah (a schoolgirl who sits next to Kenny Pomeroy)
  • Phillips, Luther
  • Phillips, Maudie (Luther's woman)
  • Phillips, Essie (the self-proclaimed fattest woman in the county)
  • Phillips, Bertha
  • Phillips, Beulah
  • Phillips, Maimie
  • Phillips, Maimie's little boy
  • Phillips, Oscar (Luther's little boy)
  • Phillips, Rex
  • Pomeroy, Earl
  • Pomeroy, Elsie (Earl's woman)
  • Pomeroy, Cyclone
  • Pomeroy, Kenny (Ellie Connor's beau)
  • Pomeroy, Maudie
  • Potter, Beanpole
  • Polk, Howard
  • Powers, Uncle Zeke (was hung for horse stealing)
  • Ralston, Lefty
  • Rankins, Obie
  • Rankins, Rufe
  • Rankins, Rufe's family
  • Rankins, Grandma (Rufe's mother)
  • Redfield, Charlie
  • Redfield, Mrs. Charlie
  • Redfield, Winnifred (Charlie's daughter with the big teeth)
  • Reynolds, Alvy
  • Reynolds, Ike (works at the saw mill)
  • Reynolds, Mrs. Ike
  • Reynolds, Uncle Luke (Walter's uncle, passed on to his re-ward in 1934)
  • Reynolds, Walter
  • Ridgeway, Blair
  • Riggens, Brother (the circuit rider)
  • Riley, Gidcum (Cedric's pal)
  • Rollins, Bob (aspires to be a railroad man, if the railroad ever comes to Pine Ridge)
  • Rollins, Mrs. Bob (who has to support the family in the meantime)
  • Rollins, Les
  • Rollins, young'uns
  • Quincy, Ulysses S.
  • Quincy, Carrie (Ulysses' woman)
  • Quincy, Little Ellery (age 6 and can already say "patty cake"!)
  • Quincy, Fred
  • Saxon, Verbena (9-year-old schoolgirl whose name Cedric drew for Valentines)
  • Saxon, Mrs. (Verbena's mama)
  • Saxon, Lucy (went with Frank Foster for awhile)
  • Seestrunk, Ezra
  • Seestrunk, Maimie (Ezra's woman, the telephone operator)
  • Seestrunk, Ezra Jr.
  • Seestrunk, Clarabelle (Cedric's sweetheart)
  • Seestrunk, Desdemony (Ezra's old maid sister)
  • Seestrunk, Gertrude
  • Seestrunk, Geraldine
  • Seestrunk, Little Herman
  • Seestrunk, Tommy
  • Seestrunk, Ben (hid out in Greasy Cove during the war because he was a "slacker")
  • Sheldon, Charlie (won 1st place in the potato race at the Old Settler's Picnin in 1912)
  • Simmons, Boss
  • Simmons, Boss' girl (married Buddy Farnsworth)
  • Simpson, Sister (Ella, runs the boarding house)
  • Skimp, "Squire" Maynard K.
  • Skimp, Cora (Squire's woman)
  • Skimp, Bertha
  • Skimp, Beulah
  • Skinner, Bertha
  • Smith, Charlie
  • Smith, Mattie
  • Smith, Rufe
  • Smith, Riley
  • Smith, Uncle John (Rufe's brother)
  • Spears, "Grandpap" Milford Avery (His hated childhood nickname was "Dimples Sissybritches"!)
  • Spears, Aunt Charity (Grandpap's woman)
  • Spears, Luke (Grandpap's nephew, runs the Lunchroom)
  • Spears, Mrs. Luke
  • Spears, Luke's passel of young'uns
  • Spencer, Will (the printer)
  • Spinks, Loren (had one web foot, could only swim in circles)
  • Standridge, Olen (caught a 40 pound catfish in the Eddy)
  • Stetaninus, Gasperry (unsure of spelling, worker at Walt Bates' saw mill, wanted a personalized mug at Lum's barber shop)
  • Stroobin, Corny
  • Tarkum, Mrs. (Ira Hodgkins' mother-in-law)
  • Terry, Brother (the preacher)
  • Tewks, Maude
  • Thacker, Arch
  • Thatcher, Mr.
  • Thatcher, Mrs. (Eli White's sister-in-law)
  • Thatcher, Silly
  • Tilford, Mr.
  • Tilford, Mrs.
  • Toliver, Old Man
  • Tucker, Gidcum
  • Waldern, Roy (bank robber along with brother Tom, and Charles Herman, captured by 'Lizabeth Peabody)
  • Waldern, Tom (bank robber)
  • Warner, Paul
  • Watkins, Homer
  • Watkins, Rufe
  • Watson, Stingy Jim
  • Watson, Whiney Bill
  • Watson, Mrs.
  • Webb, Old Man
  • Weehunt, Caleb (Cedric's papa, the blacksmith)
  • Weehunt, Mrs. (Cedric's mama)
  • Weehunt, Cedric Wolfgang
  • Weehunt, Louella (Cedric's little sister)
  • Weehunt, Jim
  • White, Eli
  • White, Mrs.Eli
  • White, Eli's boy
  • Whitten, Riley
  • Wilkerson, Rufe
  • Wilkerson, Mrs. Rufe
  • Wilkerson, fine baby boy
  • Wilkerson, other young'ns
  • Wilkins, Grandma
  • Wilkins, Dulcy
  • Williams, Whistlin' Jim
  • Willis, George
  • Willis, Mrs. George
  • Wilson, Luke
  • Withers, Ben (for awhile the town vet)
  • Withers, Charlie
  • Withers, Old Whinin' Jim
  • Withers, Mrs. Jim
  • Withers, Ruthie (Jim's little girl)
  • Wormly, Orlo (says "hello" to Grandpap every time he comes to town)
  • Willie the Boodler (tramp who often sleeps at the jail)
  • Ziegler, Ollie
Citizens of Out-lying Areas
  • Adams, Courtney (Buford's brother, lives south of Oden)
  • Barnes, Ezra (lives down in Opal)
  • Bonner, Blackie ("murderer" who was in jail with Lum & Abner at Cherry Hill - actually a deputy sheriff in disguise)
  • Branley, Dr. Henry W. (dentist in Little Rock that Grandpap met once)
  • Calkins, Mr. (over at Cherry Hill)
  • Chase, Les (from Oden)
  • Chase, Les' pa
  • Clardy, Myra (Tom Blevan's sister-in-law in Oden)
  • Medford, Dalt (the sheriff's brother-in-law, lives in Cherry Hill)
  • Dilbeck, Mr. (banker at the county seat)
  • Farnsworth, Louella and family (acquaintances of 'Lizabeth Peabody, moved from Pine Ridge to Greasy Cove)
  • Finks, Mr. (vice-president of Union Bank in Mena)
  • Ferrell, Clyde (from Mt. Ida, shot a man around 1934)
  • Goff's Drummer (salesman from the wholesale house at the county seat)
  • Newton, Mary (lives south of Oden)
  • Norton, Mr. (lawyer from Mena who defended L&A when they were arrested for robbing the Cherry Hill post office) Polk, Howard (mayor of Pine Ridge who moved to Oklahoma)
  • Priddle, Penelope (librarian at the county seat that Lum falls for)
  • Putnam, Mr. (from Oden)
  • Radford, Mr. (banker at Mt. Ida)
  • Tate, Professor (schoolteacher from Oden)
  • Watts, Pack Rat (a resident of Cherry Hill, a cleptomaniac known by Grandpap)
  • West, Jim (over at Cherry Hill)
Schoolteachers (at various times)
  • Professor Marion Sloane
  • Professor Harrison (Miss Frederick's predecessor)
  • Professor Webster (once boarded with the Peabodys)
  • Miss Frediericks
  • Miss Mary Evalena Schultz (married Spud Gandel)
  • Miss Emaline Platt (Lum was sweet on her for the longest time)
  • Miss Katherine Colvert (followed Evalena Schultz)
Out-of-area Relatives
  • Edwards, Uncle Lije (Lum's uncle prospecting for silver in Colorado)
  • Grump, Ol' Man (Abner's father-in-law)
  • Grump, Ol' Lady (Abner's mother-in-law)
  • Grump, Fred (Abner's brother-in-law who lives in Minniola, Texas)
  • Grump, Ed (another of Abner's brothers-in-law, or possibly another name for Fred?)
  • Grump, Uncle Jake ('Lizabeth's brother, deceased)
  • Grump, Kate (Fred's woman)
  • Grump, Erma (also named as Fred's woman, or maybe this is Ed's woman?)
  • Grump, Vernon (another of 'Lizabeth's brothers)
  • Powell, Uncle Zeke's boy (in the penitentary)
  • Spears, Cecil (Grandpap's son who lives in Oklahoma)
  • Spears, Hillary (Grandpap's other son)
  • Spears, Grandpap's daughter who lives in Kansas City
  • Grandpap's Uncle Frank from Hannibal, Missouri
  • 'Lizabeth's Aunt Agatha
  • 'Lizabeth's Cousin Homer
  • 'Lizabeth's niece, Dulcy
  • 'Lizabeth's uncle who was lynched
  • Cedric's uncle in Fort Smith
  • Cedric's Uncle Dave
  • Cedric's Uncle Ervin
  • Lum's Uncle Zurney in Wisconsin
Animals and Other Non-Human Characters
  • Ol' Blue (Abner's dog)
  • Ol' Lead (Lum's dog)
  • Ol' Trump (Ezra Seestrunk's dog)
  • Avery the Talkin' Donkey (Granpap told Abner that he once heard this donkey talk with his own two ears)
  • Clyde the Ghost (Charlie Redfield used to converse with him accordin' to Granpap)
  • Clyde the Mouse
  • Robert the Robot
  • Mr. Dilbeck (the Jot 'Em Down Store mannequin, named after the banker at the county seat)
  • Geraldine and her kittens (the Jot 'Em Down Store cat)
  • Pinky Winky (a storybook character of which Cedric is a big fan)
  • General the Parrot (can say "The Marines are coming!")
  • Chester the Turkey (Lum fed him hot tamales to fatten him up for Thanksgiving)
  • Garfield (Grandpap's one-man dog who wouldn't let Grandpap in the yard)
  • Dixie Belle and Mary Jane (races horses at the county seat that Abner bet on once)
  • Ervin the Lion
  • Matildy (Grandpap's cat)
Guest Characters
  • Barbara Stanwyck (visited several times to help promote War Bonds)
  • Birdy Collins (from Coffeyville, Kansas; came with the intention of marrying Lum)
  • B.J. Webster (wanted to put in a health spa in Pine Ridge)
  • Bob Hope
  • Buster V. Davenport (AKA Grandpap with amensia)
  • D. Hempstead Dwyer (film company president)
  • Diogenes Smith (a counterfeiter who worked out of the feed room. Real name Roswell Graham.)
  • Dr. Fontaine Grill (left a box containing Robert the Robot in Lum & Abner's care)
  • Dr. Roller (the Pest Controller)
  • Dr. Samuel Snide (a dentist)
  • Duncan Hines (discovered the Lumburger)
  • FCC Man (played by Howard McNear)
  • Gregory W. W. Dobbs (posed as an architect in one of Squire's schemes)
  • Hisari of Tibet (wanted the Kunlan Diamond back from Lum & Abner)
  • Hortense Kelly
  • Iron Ike (a fighter)
  • J.W. Tiffin
  • Jack Benny
  • Jake (Abner's brother-in-law who worked very slowly at the store for awhile)
  • Jimmy Diamond (Bob Hope's agent)
  • John Devroe (left diamonds in Lum & Abner's bank)
  • Kay Kyser (came to Arkansas looking for a flower)
  • King Florida, Knight of the Road (tramp friend of Willie the Boodler)
  • Kitty (the lady barber who worked for Mose for awhile)
  • Knuckles Stroats
  • Lady Brilton (played by Edna Best)
  • Little Charlie/Little Lum (an abandoned baby left in Lum & Abner's care)
  • Llewellyn Edwards (Lum's mythical twin brother)
  • Lulu Watts (champion weightlifter)
  • Mabel Melrose (a candidate in the elect-a-wife-for-Lum contest)
  • Malcolm Kilgore (alias John Devroe)
  • Mort Hanson (the photographer who takes the giant picture of Lum & Abner for their re-opening sale)
  • Mr. Blair (Lum & Abner's lawyer in the abandoned baby case)
  • Mr. Carter (representative of Southwest Oil Co. from Tulsa)
  • Mr. Dennison (school official)
  • Mr. Frisby (agent for Farm & Needlework Weekly)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Findlay (parents of "Little Charlie"--Squire's niece & nephew)
  • Mr. Hatstaff (Bob Hope's advance publicity man)
  • Mr. Hedges (the drummer who sells Abner 10 cases of soap)
  • Mr. Sutton (played by Frank Graham)
  • Mr. Talbet (played by Howard McNear)
  • Mr. Talbet's father (played by Ken Christy)
  • Mr. Thorndyke
  • Mrs. J. Simpson Barrington
  • Neosho the Mystic (never showed up, Abner impersonated him)
  • Otis Bagley (played by Dink Trout)
  • Penelope Priddle (librarian from the county seat)
  • Prince Ali Kush (brought into town by Squire to heal Lum's fake broken leg)
  • Professor Crenshaw (genealogist)
  • Professor Hinkledorf
  • Professor & Mrs. Willowby (voice teacher and his woman)
  • Rowena (Ezra Seestrunk's cousin, played by Isabel Randolph)
  • Sgt. V.W. Hartford (played by Lurene Tuttle, comes to Pine Ridge to help run store)
  • Tom Breneman (held a funny hat contest in Hollywood)
  • Virgil Kleepsies (movie salesman)
  • W. J. Chancellor (wanted to write a book about Lum & Abner's adventures)
  • Zenora, the bareback rider (a circus performer whom Lum falls in love with)
Guests of the Mountain View Inn
  • Trixie Van Duzen from Chicago and her dog, Choo-Choo Pie (aka "Blondie")
  • Mr.& Mrs. John Smith & daughter, Little Gwendolyn (Mrs. Smith aka "Mame"... "Little Gwendolyn" is actually a midget)
  • Misses Sarah and Ella Mae Rogers (actually men dressed as ladies), from Gary, Indiana
  • 3 fellers from Chicago
  • Professor Collingmore
  • Detective Wilson
Characters from the 30-minute Run
  • Andy Devine
  • Frank W. Randolf (swindles Lum)
  • Miss Pitts (the county home-ec lady)
  • Opie Cates