December 9th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 50

  • Heart’s Desire, by Beth B. Gilchrist, drawings by May Aiken
  • The Fighting Visitor, by Hugh F. Grinstead, drawn by R.L. Lambdin
  • The Outwitting of Mrs. Wiersema, by J. Grace Walker, drawn by F. Strothmann
  • Economic Freedom, by Logan G. McPherson
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 4, Things appear and vanish, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The Partition of Turkey, Fiume, Drudgery, The “Solid South”, Seven New “Immortals”
  • Current Events
  • The Hill of Yesterday, by Gertrude West
  • The Cricket in New York, Silent Service, Inside “Old Mose’s” Trap, “Positive” Bill Heaton’s Chink, The First Oval Lathe, “Plenty, Thank You!” (Arthur Watss in London Opinion), Situations Wanted by Our Dumb Pets, An Artist’s Bank Account, A Costly Coat
  • A Ringster, by W.E. Nesom
  • Full-page Ad for The Youth’s Companion Home Calendar and Subscription Renewal
  • Family Page for December, Choosing Garments, II. Fabrics, A Sharp Razor, The Road to Fortune
  • Full-page ad for Kodak Cameras, “Among the Christmas Gifts”
  • Girl’s Page for December, Christmas Candlelight, The Gift You Have Forgotten, Distinctive Hair Ornaments, No More “Appropriate” Christmas Gifts, An Easy Way to Bind Magazines, Special Days, Other Ideas for Christmas
  • Boy’s Page for December, Profitable Trapping, III. Beaver and Otter, Developing Your Upper Arm, The Game of Checkers, A Comeback, The Expunged Figure, A Peep-Show Fox, Tiddeldywinks Baseball
  • Shock, “Tain’tasif”
  • Full-page Ad, Ivory Soap Flakes, “The safe way to wash colored blouses”

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

October 28th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 44

  • Talents By Agnes Mary Brownell, Drawings by May Aiken
  • What Killed Plato, by C.A. Stephens, Drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • The New Baltic Republics — Lithuania and Finland, by Samuel Eliot Morison, Ph.D
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 8, The Mandans sing their victory song, by James Willard Schultz, Drawings by George Varian
  • The Day the Killers Came, by Alice Stevens Carter, Drawings by Harold Anderson
  • Fact and Comment, President vs. Congress Again, Clean Sport, The Vote of the Women, The Italian Settlement, Studying the Sea
  • Current Events, 1/2 page Westclox ad
  • Saturday, by Gertrude West
  • Unknown by Name, The Way Back, Afire in Mid-Air, Cyrus and Hiram, A Hedgehog Road, Juno’s Parish, Over the River in a Leather Ball, Reason or Instinct, Hugo’s Self-Appreciation, Crossing on the Wires, It Was a New Word to Her
  • October, by Pauline Frances Camp
  • Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater, by Roger Wingfield, Drawn by Nana French Bickford
  • Tam-O’-Shanter, by Alice Ayr Noyes
  • Kitty Wakes Up, by Ethel Bowen White
  • Fiddle-cum-ree, by Louise A. Garnett, Drawn by Mary T. Ayer
  • Stamps to Stick
  • Infantile Scurvy, Beating the Game, How a Fox Showed His Affection, Unappreciated Neighborliness, He Wrote on Inspiration, Anticipating the Speller
  • Cream of Wheat Ad, “The Blocks Tell The Story”, Otto Schneider

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 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

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