September 30th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 40

In this weeks edition:

  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 4, The steamboat refuses to stop, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • Dust and Ashes, by W.F. Skerrye, drawing by W.D. Eaton
  • Our Need of the African Tropics, by Sir Frederick Dealtry Lugard
  • The Affair of the Eggs, by Clara Constance Curtiss, drawing by Ernest Fuhr
  • A Flight From Petrograd, Ch. 7, in which Lexy waves a white flag, by C.A. Stephens, drawing by G.A. Harker
  • Fact and Comment: Christian Reunion, Mountains and Sea, Training for Citizenship, Justice and a Troubled Conscience, Looking Into the Future, The Farmer’s Vacation
  • Current Events
  • From Mallard Pond, by Gertrude West
  • The Things of Caesar, Surrounded by Elephants, The Latest Excuse, The Oyster Tree
  • Two Kinds of Post, by Lucy F. Mallory
  • Miss Mouse in the Meadow, by Daisy D. Stephenson, drawings by George Varian
  • The Enchanted Thimble, by John Ruse Woodward
  • Progress, written and drawn by Margaret Ely Webb
  • Full-page Ad for “The New Companion” sewing machine
  • Protein Idiosyncrasy, Young America Reads Milton, Snowshoeing on Bering Strait, French Thrift, Nantucket Idioms

September 23rd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 39

This time around….

  • Historic Milestones Cover, DeSoto’s Discovery of the Mississippi
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch 3, Far Thunder rids the plains of a rascal, by James Willard Schultz
  • The New Dietetics, by Dr. C.W. Saleeby, F.R.S.Edin.,F.Z.S.
  • As Told by Mr. Tubbs, by May Kelsey Champion, drawings by R.L. Lambdin
  • A Little More, by Eleanor Ford Hay
  • A Flight From Petrograd, Ch. 6, in which the anarchists use a powerful weapon, by C.A. Stephens, drawing by G.A. Harker
  • The League of Nations, Wanted – A New English Grammar
  • Current Events
  • The Warning, by Grace Agnes Timmerman
  • Out of Setting, His Glasses Saved Him, Japanese Dress, A Family Almost Wiped Out
  • Weeding, by Isabel Jamison
  • Susie’s First Party, by Frances McKinnon Morton, drawing by Margaret Ely Webb
  • The Little Rill, by Edith Ludwell Laurence, drawing by Elizabeth C. Bower
  • The Canny Wee Scone, by Jane M. Miller
  • The Ink Well, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • Nuts to Crack, ad for Daisy “Liquid Pistol”, The Hold-up (squirt gun!)
  • Steve Rodman’s Ordeal, uncredited
  • Typhus Fever, The White of the Egg, A Grateful Wren
  • Full-page “Instant Postum” ad

September 16th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 38

  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 2, A hostile tribe leaves footprints, by James Willard Schultz
  • Ma Becomes a Socialist, by Mary Starck
  • King Solomon’s Mines, by John Hays Hammond
  • The Armor of Curtius, by Helen Ward Banks
  • A Flight From Petrograd, Ch. 5, in which anarchists visit camp and Lexy is troubled, by C.A. Stephens
  • American Policy Toward Russia, Votes For Women, The Olympic Games
  • Current Events
  • A Garden Philospher, by William Hervey Woods
  • Buffalo Bill’s Night Ride, The Invention of the Blackboard
  • A Scientific Parable, by Berton Braley
  • A Song of Summer Time, by Richard J. Brown, Drawings by Eleanor Weeden
  • The King, The Queen and the Clown, by Virginia Stanard
  • The Explanation, by Harrison Long
  • The Legend of the Clover, by Alice W. Hamilton
  • Cartoon by Elisabeth B. Warren
  • The Wonderful Woodchucking Woodchuck, by Strickland Gillilan
  • Scouts of the Plains, by Gen. Charles King
  • Nature & Science
  • President Lincoln’s Kindness, by Abby G. Baker

September 9th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 37

In today’s Youth’s Companion:

  • The War-Trail Fort, Chapter One, by James Willard Schultz
  • The Profiteers, by Mary M. Parks
  • Wages and Prices, by J. Laurence Laughlin
  • “Pink Peps”, by Grace T. Davis
  • A Flight From Petrograd, Chapter Four, by C.A. Stephens
  • Anti-Semitism, Overworked Congress, The Okefenokee
  • Current Events: Including “Woman Suffrage”,”Olympic Games”,”Russo-Polish War”
  • Valuation, by Gertrude West
  • Along the Highways, by Helen Kent Denslow
  • The Pig That Wouldn’t Laugh, by Elizabeth Thornton Turner
  • Randall’s Adventure, by Minnie Leona Upton
  • The Rainbow, by Annette Wynne
  • The Girls’ Page for September, “Bead Embroidery”
  • The Family Page for September, “A Folding Kitchen Table”
  • The Boys’ Page for September, “Football in 1920”
  • Ivory Soap Flakes Ad

September 2nd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 36

In this edition of The Youth’s Companion:

  • John Baring’s House (Ch. 9, Light is let in) by Elsie Singmaster
  • A Supplementary Vision, by Roe L. Hendrick
  • Tramp Days of Grizzly Cubs, by Enos A. Mills
  • The Milan Hat, by Ray Palmer Tracy
  • A Flight From Petrograd (Ch. 3, in which Dermot drives out of the distillery), by C.A. Stephens
  • The Victor in the War, Ireland Under Sinn Fein
  • Current Events
  • September Camping, by Arthur Guiterman
  • The Children’s Page
  • Automatic Aeroplanes, The Run Back
  • Stamps to Stick, How Foch Met the Germans
  • The Power of Plywood

August 26th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 35

Today’s Youth Companion includes:

  • John Baring’s House (Ch. 8, Elizabeth rides to Gettysburg), by Elsie Singmaster
  • Cap’n Coalhod’s Folly, by David A. Wasson
  • How New Zealand Was Saved, by Richard C. Maclaurin
  • Glare Ice, by Marjorie Hill Allee
  • A Flight From Petrograd (Ch. 2, in which a contribution box is passed), by C.A. Stephens
  • Lincoln in England, Churchmen on the Steel Strike
  • To Each His Own (A Philosophy of the Road), by Minnie Leona Upton
  • The Human-Seeming Baboon, A School Ship For Street Urchins
  • The Children’s Page
  • Embolism and Thrombosis, Suggestions For Keeping Warm

August 19th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 34

Another “Special Jacket” edition of The Youth’s Companion, this week:

  • Jacket Cover with Engraving of “The Old Gates of St. Augustine”
  • Briggs-Stratton Motor Wheel Advertisement
  • John Baring’s House (Ch. 7, Herbert refuses to write), by Elsie Singmaster
  • A Quarrel and a Tornado, by Elmer C. Adams
  • My Vocation, by Samuel S. Drury
  • Tam O’Shanter Enters College, by Mabel L. Robinson
  • A Flight From Petrograd, (Ch. 1, in which the Reds rise and Comstock is perplexed), by C.A. Stephens
  • German Interest in War Books, The Water-Power Bill
  • Aprons, by Gertrude West
  • “Accepting the Universe”
  • The Children’s Page
  • The Companion Receipts (Ed: Actually *Recipes*, have to look into that one)
  • Nature & Science

August 5th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 32

  • New Tales of Ajumba, by Thomas S. Miller, Ch. VI, Dream Soul
  • The Queen Elizabeth Quotation, by Mary Foot Lord
  • How Uncle Sam Makes Our Money, by Aaron Hardy Ulm
  • John Baring’s House, by Elsie Singmaster, Ch. 5
  • A Fracas With Manchurian Bandits, by John F. Bennett
  • The War in Asia Minor, Bringing Back the Dead
  • Current Events
  • Pros and Cons of Sheep Raising
  • The Children’s Page, Nuts to Crack

July 22nd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 30

  • New Tales of Ajumba, By Thomas S. Miller, Ch. V, Contraband
  • A Paxville Parallel, by David H. Talmadge
  • The Importance of the Infinitely Small, by Dr. Alexander Findlay, Professor of Chemistry, University of Aberdeen
  • John Baring’s House, by Elsie Singmaster, Ch. 3
  • Bogardus, The Weasel, by Clayton H. Ernst
  • The 1920 Democratic Convention
  • The Cardiff Giant Hoax
  • Stamps to Stick
  • Briggs-Stratton Motor Wheel Advertisement

July 8th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 28

  • John Baring’s House by Elsie Singmaster (Ch. 1)
  • The Unpardonable Sin by C.A. Stephens
  • Working Your Way Through College by Frederick Paul Keppel (Ch. 2 of 2)
  • New Tales of Ajumba by Thomas S. Miller (Ch. IV?)
  • Down Hazel Hill by Hugh F. Grinstead
  • a couple of articles about the 1920 Presidential elections
  • Baseball for All the Family, A Window Sleeping Tent
  • The Girls’ and Boys’ pages for July