These are minor characters in the Molly stories.
One of the campers at Camp Gowonagin.
A student at Montgomery High School and the senior football star. He is adored by Jill McIntire and Dolores.
Helen's and Eleanor's father, as well as Molly's grandfather. He owns a farm with his wife Grammy, though he does not grow crops anymore. He does not like changes and pretends that the war doesn't exist.
Mary Lou Dobbs
Alison Hargate is a classmate of Molly McIntire, Linda Rinaldi, and Susan Shapiro. Her family is rich and Alison is an only child, meaning she gets a lot of items her classmates don't get. Although she doesn't try to show off, simply telling the truth can lead to others resenting her.
She was played by Josette Halpert in the film. She appears as a slightly snobby girl.
The mother of Alison Hargate.
One of the campers at Camp Gowonigin. She was only seen in Molly Marches On.
The manager at the Weston airfield, seen only in A Spy on the Home Front.
A woman who teaches tap dancing.
She was portrayed by Eliza Jane Scott in the film.
One of the campers at Camp Gowonagin. Marie was placed on the Blue Team during the camp's Color War.
A film actress helping to rally support during World War II.
One of the campers at Camp Gowonagin. Patty is friends with Dorinda Brassy and was placed on the Red Team during the camp's Color War.
Emily's aunt. She becomes ill with pneumonia when Emily arrives to America and has asked Mrs. McIntire to take Emily in while she recovers from her illness.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schulz and a friend of Molly McIntire's. Anna is considered as being Molly's "best summertime friend".
Fritz and Heidi Schulz
The parents of Max and Anna Schulz. The Schulzes reside on a farm next to the Culvers, and Mr. Schulz works as both a farmer and at a garage in Weston, Illinois.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Schulz. Max works at the Weston airfield, checking tires and filling the planes with gas.
One of the campers at Camp Gowonagin. Shirley was placed on the Blue Team during the camp's Color War.