When Jim Qwilleran is sent to 'Maus Haus' on a gastronomical quest, he takes Koko and Yum Yum along for company and steps into a house of curiosities. There's restaurateur Robert Maus, elbow-deep in saucepans; cuddly Hixie with her daily calorie count; and Joy Graham, the red-headed flame from...
Max Sorrel: Bald-headed owner of the elegant Golden Lamb Chop restaurant which is experiencing some difficulties. A Maus House resident.
Miss Inga Berry: Head of the pottery department at the Penniman Art School.
Joy Wheatley Graham: Petite, long chestnut haired, talented potter, married to cross-tempered Dan Graham, a less successful potter . They operate the old Penniman pottery at Mickey Maus. Joy was Qwill's girlfriend back in Chicago when they were growing up. Prefers her kick-wheel to electric ones.
Dan Graham: Joy's tall, uncouth husband who does ugly slab glop pottery in the Pottery behind Maus House
Charlotte Roop: Elderly, white-haired woman, who manages one of the Heavenly Hash House. Worked for Mr. Penniman before Mr. Hashman. Knits and does crossword puzzles, and seems to disapprove of everything at Maus House
Basil & Bailey Penniman: Paunchy, brothers, members of the Civic Arts Commission, Penniman money founded Morning Rampage - the Daily Fluction's competitor, endowed the Penniman Art School, and financed the city park system
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