November 25th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 48

  • Western Railrod Historic Milestones Jacket
  • Wilson Ham Ad
  • The Widened Hearth, by Fannie Kilbourne, drawn by Thomas Fogarty
  • Jimmy’s Job, by Edward P. Hendrick, drawn by Rodney Thomson
  • Tales of the Big Woods, By E.E. Harriman, drawn by O.F. Howard
  • A Home For Jack-O’-Lantern, by Edna Tucker Muth, drawings by A.C. Williamson
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 2, The crew tie a coat to an oar, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The Election, A Solemn Responsibility, Compliment, The Economic Future of Germany, The Grafters
  • Thanksgiving and Wild Game, Current Events, The Converse “Big Nine”
  • The Old Garden, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • A True Bibliophile, by W.E. Nesom
  • Paying the Price, Aunt Sabina Speaks, The “Lost” Portrait of Lincoln, Butter in a Bag, A Savage Duel, The Witty Prince, The Responsibility For the War, A Wonderful Opportunity, Not Excessive Cleanliness
  • Thanksgiving in Bunnytown, verses and drawing by L.J. Bridgman
  • Birch Tree, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • The Wonder Nut, by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
  • Autumn Song, by Virginia Stanard, drawings by Decie Merwin
  • The Jewelweed, by Alice W. Hamilton
  • The Companion Receipts [Recipes]
  • A Game of Proverbs
  • Convulsions in Children, Gifts and — Gifts, “Californiacs”, When Buffalo Bill Rode to Hounds, Self-Confident Young America, A Diligent Novice, Commercial Candor
  • Books That are Talked About
  • “Kodak as you go.” Full page Eastman Kodak Ad.

November 18th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 47

  • American Landmarks Jacket, “The Old Missions of the South West” (exact location not stated)
  • P and G – The White Naphtha Soap, “Egg Beater or Fork?” Full Page Ad
  • Holbrook, “Johnny”, by Edwin Cole, drawn by Lee Townsend
  • The Barrel Trap, by E.E. Harriman, drawings by F. Strothmann
  • The Little Heaven, by John H. Finley, painting by Tompkins Harrison Matteson
  • “Thriends”, by Gardner Hunting, drawn by George Avison
  • A Night in the Ark, by Roe L. Hendrick, drawn by G.A. Harker
  • The Inefficiency of Ellen, by Winifred Kirkland, drawings by May Aiken
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 1, The lifeboats are launched, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The International Court, The Possibilites of Oil Shale, Thanksgiving, The St. Lawrence Project, Disagreements, New European Alliances
  • Current Events
  • The Last Hunt, by Gertrude West
  • The Kingmakers, Giving Cynthia Good Times, Tsung’s Strange Weapon, The Battle of the Mothers, Our Grandmothers’ Pie Wheels, The “Monkey’s” Gibe, Prophetic Archaeology, The Origin of “Two Bits”, Just Where He Had Left It, Rescued — In What Condition?
  • The Cruise of The Mary Lou, by Nancy Byrd Turner, drawn by Gluyas Williams
  • Paper Magic, by Margaret Ely Webb
  • Whistlebreeches, by Strickland Gillilan, drawn by Mary T. Ayer
  • The Foolish Young Mouse
  • A Forest Combat, A War – The Medical Board
  • Stamps to Stick
  • What They Did Not Know About Crape, Preserving Eggs Without Water Glass, Old-Fashioned Armor, Caw! Caw! Caw! Caw!, Historic Libels, As Meek As a Lion Cub
  • Eye Symptoms of General Diseases, Changing Fashions, A Wise German, Not the Seven-Hour Season, The Confidence of Two Robins, A Metaphorical Orgy, Clever Johnny
  • “Skookum Apples Make Skookum Smiles”, Full Page Ad, Northwestern Fruit Exchange, Seattle, Wash. [Ed: Um, OK…]
  • “The Great American Daily”, Full Page Ad, Cream of Wheat

November 11th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 46

  • In The Absence of Mary Hortick, by J. Grace Walker, drawings by Harold Anderson
  • Norah’s Bright Idea, by Marguerite Aspinwall, drawn by C. Williamson
  • When I Acted a Mute, by E.B. Dirking, drawings by Harold Sichel
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 10, The river takes its toll, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • The Snowslide, by W.A. Bartlett, drawings by W.F. Stecher
  • Fact and Comment, The British Coal Strike, Our Protectorates, The Business Woman, The Russo-Polish Treaty, Hunger Striking, Testing the Breeds
  • Current Events
  • Memorial Trees, by Jeannie Pendleton Hall
  • Lost Opportunity, Transfer Patterns, Curtsy and Kiss, Mr. Peaslee on Heroism, An Adventuring Weasel, The Wrong Kingdom (George Belcher Cartoon), A Victorious King in Exile, The Whole Case For the Birds (from poems by Ralph Hodgson), A Test of Nerve, He Wanted a Full Trip
  • The Face of the Waters, by Louise Ayres Garnett
  • How Indian Summer Came, by Ellen Miller Donaldson
  • A Chord of Wood, by Celia Thornton
  • The Piggish Pig, by Abigail Burton
  • Those Pilgrim Children, by Arthur Guiterman, drawn by Wuanita Smith
  • “I’m patriotic as can be”, cartoon by Walter Wellman [Ed: I really don’t get what this is supposed to be!?]
  • Boys’ Page for November: Profitable Trapping (II. Skunk, Civet Cat, Opossum, Weasel and Ermine), His Recommendation, Tying a String Round a Package, A Way to Copy Prints, How to Develop Your Chest, A Moving Match Trick, The Game of Checkers (New Series)
  • Girls’ Page for November: A Puritan Party, The Hospitable Hour, Christmas Cards That Will Pay, Skiing for Girls, Then-and-There Thrift
  • Family Page for November: Choosing Garments (I. Textiles), Training Children to Obey, Cleaning a Clock at Home, A New Kind of Christmas Giving, Long Division By Addition, An Honest Exchange, The Useful Tin Steamer, How to Make a Doll House, The Godfrey Calla, The Farmer’s Girls, Fun For the Child Who is Getting Well, I-Me-Or-Mine, An Old-Time Game, City-Broke, How to Be An Invalid, A Place For the Children’s Rubbers
  • Lem, (by staff?), drawn by W.F. Stechen
  • Marasmus, The Talisman, Marquis Wheat, An Affectionate Jackdaw, Writing Himself Down an Ass, Poor Shooting!
  • Ivory Soap Flakes Full Page Ad, “Safe for Silks and All Fine Fabrics”

November 4th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 45

  • “Announcement Number” – Describing Notable Stories and Articles for 1921
  • “The Family is the Strength of the Nation” cover jacket
  • Tam O’ Shanter Believes in Safety First, by Mabel L. Robinson, drawn by Charles M. Relyea
  • Dawn, by Lena Cagnetta, drawings by J. Scott Williams
  • The Pilgrim Adventurers, by Abbie Farwell Brown, decorations by Robert Martin
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 9, Big Lake calls a council, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • Kiting a Caquot, by Oran L. Raber, drawn by H.C. Edwards
  • Fact and Comment, Russia and Communism, British Liberals on Ireland, Hatred of Work, The Census, Magellan, Automobile Accidents
  • Current Events
  • November (Football), by Arthur Guiterman
  • The Root of Courage (The Story of a Corporal’s Discovery), In the Shadow, Big Betsey, A Parliament of Women, Russian Noblemen Turned Farmers, The Dowager in Cheyenne, This Must Have Been Grisi’s Company, But They Probably Were Not Linen, It Did Not Help Auntie’s Nerves
  • The Goosey Girl, by Isabel Jamison, drawn by Gertrude Koch
  • The Little Brown People, by Katherine Pope
  • Emily Speak a Piece, by Leila M. Walters
  • The Pantry Race, Verses and Drawings by L.J. Bridgman
  • The Squirrels’ Ball, by Elizabeth Heath Olmstead
  • Splendor and Tragedy, Out of Their Own Mouths, Nuts to Crack
  • Fastrunner, by Maxine Marshton, drawn by Robert Martin
  • Wasting Palsy, Snell’s Theory, Little Bards and British Bays, A Quail’s Queer Family, With Care — This Side Up, He Had All He Needed, Rebuking Childishness
  • Announcement for 1921 The Youth’s Companion, “The list of articles on this page is intended to give readers some indication of the quality and the scope of the material that The Companion plans to publish in 1921.”
  • Borden’s Eagle Brand Advertisement, “More than all other Infant foods combined”