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COLLIER'S Magazine; 1907-1957 (the American Vintage illustrated Oversized Magazine; Fiction, Fact, Humor, News, Investigative 

photo journalism, Serialized Novels, the Short-Short Story & Cartoons)


1907

DECEMBER 28 (FRONT COVER = "The Sewing Lesson" by Jessie Willcox Smith; BACK COVER AD = J.R. Williams; SHORT STORY = "The Great Find" by Pael E. Triem; ARTICLES = The Storm Fighters of Sandy Hook; Tied to the Grind - the Girls Who Work in the Big Stores; "The All American Football Team" by Walter Camp; Off for the Pacific - Sixteen Battleships leaving from Hampton Roads; What the World is Doing - a Record of Current Events; "Letters of a Japanese Schoolboy - Education in American Language" by Hashimura Togo)

1908

MARCH 7 (FRONT COVER = This Number Contains the $1,000 Prize Story; BACK COVER AD = The Thomas Town Car; SHORT STORY = "The Old Woman's Story" by Harvey J. O'Higgins; ARTICLES = Portugal's Royal Funeral - King Carlos and Prince Luiz Filippe; "Senate Undesirables - Albert J. Hopkins" by A.S. Henning; Benito Perino, Migrator;"Letters of a Japanese Schoolboy - Lady Suffergettes and How they Do It" by Hashimura Togo; What the World is Doing - a Record of Current Events)

1927

MARCH 5 (FRONT COVER = "Man Holding a Woman" by Karl Johnson; BACK COVER AD = Frigidaire; SERIAL = "Caste" part 1 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Jim the Conqueror" part 3 by Peter B. Kyne; SHORT STORY = "The Elk of the Overhills" by Herbert Ravenel Sass - "Like Father, Like Daughter" by George Pepper - "Right From Paris" by Blanche Smith Ferguson - "The Hustler" by Octavus Roy Cohen; ARTICLES = "Marse Robert - General Robert E. Lees servant Remembers" part 1 by James C. Young; "Who'll Ride the Donkey ? - Democrat Fight" by Mark Sullivan; Interview - John D. Rockefeller Jr. "My Father Never said Don't"; "The Ghost Catchers" by John T. Flynn; Sure Fire Stuff - That which makes you feel Willy Nilly; The Cook's Day Out - Rosa Lewis; "Rocks in the Glory Path - Heavyweight Boxers" by Grantland Rice;)

MARCH 12 (FRONT COVER = Woman Holding a Fan; BACK COVER AD - Say it With Flowers; SERIAL = "Jim the Conqueror" conclusion by Peter B. Kyne - "Caste" part 2 by Cosmo Hamilton; SHORT STORY = "Jewelry" by Will Payne - "A Pair of Socks" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "Boppo and the Awful Whiffs" by James Warner Bellah - "Lady Katherine's Better Nature" by E. Phillips OppenHeim; ARTICLES = "Mexico's New Dictator - The Dollar" by Owen P. White; "John Drew, Mummer's Boy" by John B. Kennedy; Act Your Age - Photo Essay; "Born to the Purple - Athletics" by Grantland Rice; "Marse Roberts - General Robert E. Lee's servant Remembers" by James C. Young; "The Cosmetic Urge" by Rose Feld;)

MARCH 19 (FRONT COVER = "Teen Boy practicing the Sax with a Dog Howling Along" by Phil Cook; BACK COVER AD = The General Tire; SERIAL - "Caste" part 3 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Dogged Does It" part 1 by William Almon Wolff; SHORT STORY = "The Finest Lie in the World" by Harford Powel Jr. - "The Plot Shop" by Justin Sturm - "Woman's Work is Never Done" by George F. Worts - "The Room of the Golden Lovers" by Emma-Lindsay Squier; ARTICLES = "What are you Scared Of ?" by Uncle Henry; Interview - Curtis D. Wilbur the Secretary of the Navy; Gilded Youth - Photo Essay; "We're All Hicks" by John B. Kennedy; "Seeing's not Believing - Sports" by Grantland Rice; "Make Your Home Safe" by Roger B. Whitman; POEM = "Down by the Mill" by A.A. Milne)

MARCH 26 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Singing along with a Gramaphone doing Dishes" by Sam Brown: BACK COVER AD = "70" Willys-Knight Six; SERIAL = "Caste" part 4 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Dogged Does It" part 2 by Willian Almon Wolff; SHORT STORY = "The Missing Hour" by E. Phillips Oppenheim - "Forever After - and After" by Stephen Morehouse Avery - "The Big Man" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "Captain" by Albert Richard Wetjen - "Beloved Wife" by Sophie Kerr; ARTICLES = "If I can Come Back Anybody Can" says Babe Ruth; "Everything's Not All Right with our Navy" says a High Ranking Naval Officer; "Pike's Peak or Bust" by Robert L. Duffus; "A Princess Looks Backward - August Wilhelm" by Walter Davenport;)

APRIL 2 (FRONT COVER = "Indian Warrior outline and filled in all Red and Beautiful Indian Woman" by W.T. Benda; BACK COVER AD =  Frigidaire; SERIAL = "Caste" part 5 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Dogged Does It" part 3 by William Almon Wolff; SHORT STORY = "The Spy" by LLewellyn Hughes - "The Poacher and the Egg" by Frank Condon - "When I'm Rich Enough" by Richard Washburn Child - "Miss Miranda's Romeo" by John Farrar; ARTICLES = "Good Roads in the Air - Aviationin America" by William G. Shepherd; New Roles for Old - Photo Essay; "The Spring Song - Baseball" by Grantland Rice; "The Painted Age - Girls Make-up" by Blanche Bates Creel; "Butcher, Baker, Fortune Maker - John Jacob Astor" by Meade Minnigerode;)

APRIL 9 (FRONT COVER = "The First Sacrifice" by Skidmore; BACK COVER AD = Gillette; SERIAL = "Caste" part 6 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Dogged Does It" conclusion by William Almon Wolff; SHORT STORY = "The Silly Major" by James Warner Bellah - "The Constant Light" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "Twin Divorces" by E. Phillips Oppenheim - "Midsummer Night" by Lucian Cary; ARTICLES = "Should Religion be Abolished ?" by Bruce Barton; Interview - Geraldine Farrar "I Have Lived as I Liked"; "Right or Wrong - It Goes ! - Umpires" - Grantland Rice; Souvenirs - Photo Essay; "The Poor Fish - American Submarine" by Fitzhugh Green; "Many are Called - Movie Extras" by Hugh Leamy;"Dirt Cheap" by Uncle Henry;)

APRIL 23 (FRONT COVER = "Man in Nightshirt coming Down the Stairs with Pistol in Hand" by Phil Cook; BACK COVER AD = "70" Willys-Knight Six; SERIAL = "Caste" part 8 by Cosmo Hamilton - "Stars of Steel" part 2 by R.G. Kirk; SHORT STORY = "Married Men" by Agnes Burke Hale - "A Kiss in Time" by William Almon Wolff - "The Trouper" by John Peter Toohey - "Let's See it Through" by Richard Washburn Child; ARTICLES = "Our Delivery Boy turns over a New Leaf - Modern Railroads" by William G. Shepherd; "Has the Church done more Harm than Good ?" by Bruce Barton; "A Pair of Queens - Tennis Helen Wills and Golfer Glenna Collett" by Grantland Rice; "I'd Rather have Friends than Fame - Ramsay MacDonald" by John B. Kennedy; Pets of the Prominent - Photo Essay;)

APRIL 30 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in a Red Dress with Hand on Doorknob" by Ruth Eastman; BACK COVER AD = Frigidaire; SERIAL = "Caste" conclusion by Cosmo Hamilton - "The Horseshoe Nails" part 1 by George Weston; SHORT STORY = "Classics in Slang - Ivanhoe" by H.C. Witwer - "The Partition" by May Stanley - "Victory" by Ben Ames Williams - "The Decent Thing to Do" by Oscar Graeve - "The Ninety-ninth Thread" by E. Phillips Oppenheim; ARTICLES = "The Holy Revolt - Mexican Government vs the Church" by Owen P. White; "The Reign of Error" by Uncle Henry; "The Hed Behind the Wheel - Auto Accidents" by W.F. Currington; Interview - Feodor Chaliapin "Against the Wind"; A Job's a Job for a That ! - Photo Essay;)

1928

MARCH 3 (FRONT COVER = "Brunette Women Head" by Frank Godwin; BACK COVER AD = Frigidaire; SERIAL = "Free, White and Female" part ? by Clarence Budington Kelland - "The Woman Hunters" part ? by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORY = "The Lady Assists" by Laurie York Erskine - "Double Double" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "The Green Periwig" by Lois Seyster Montross - "A Bungalow by Mail" by H. Thompson Rich - "The Red Room" by Mark O'Neil; ARTICLES - "A Good Look at Al Smith - Presidential Hopeful" by Frank R. Kent; "Beating the Odds - Harris Turner and Eddie Hart" by Grantland Rice; Here Comes a Big One - Photo Essay on Various Forms of Sailing; "Doctor's Must Tell" by Dr. Ruth F. Wadsworth; Interview - Ed Wynn "The Perfect Fool";)

MARCH 10 (FRONT COVER = "Young Boy with Black Eye in Fighter Pose" by Phil Cook; BACK COVER AD = Walter J. Black Inc.; SERIAL = "Free, White and Female" part ? by Clarence Budington Kelland - "The Woman Hunters" part ? by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORY = "Jock of the Dumbartons" by Guy Gilpatric - "Daniels and the Lion" by H.C. Witwer - "Milk-Fed" by George F. Worts - "A Million in Gold" by Alfred Lester - "Blood Money" by LLewellyn Hughes; ARTICLES = "Somewhere the Sun is Shinig" by economist Roger W. Babson; Women's Fashion - "And That's Hat" by Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne; "The Old Familiar Faces - Baseball" by Grantland Rice; Broadway's "Cautious Cinderella" by Polly Walker; Legging It - Photo Essay; "The Nickel Shocker - George Wilkes and The Police Gazette" by Walter Davenport;)

1930

JANUARY 11 (FRONT COVER = "Young Woman Trying to Learn to Ski" by James Trembath; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury; SERIAL = "Uncle Sam" part 1 by John Erskine - "The Lamb and the Lion" part 6 by E. Phillips Oppenheim - "The Age of Youth" part 9 by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORY = "Walk along Broadway" by Frank Condon - "Hell Gate to Paradise" by Lawrence Saunders - "At the Palace da Nostra" by Sax Rohmer - "Sunrise" by Octavus Roy Cohen; ARTICLES = Lend Me Your Ears - The Talking Films Come of Age; Home Fashion - Framing the Furniture; "Contests of Beauty - Sporting Events" by Grantland Rice; "The Big Bank Round-Up" by John T. Flynn; "Cross-Country - Early Aviation" by Brigadier General Benjamin D. Foulois)

APRIL 12 (FRONT COVER = "Three Women sitting around a Table" by Herbert Paus; BACK COVER AD = Frigidaire; SERIAL = "Reckless Cinderella" part 3 by May Edginton - "Fu Manchu's Daughter" part 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = "Men are that Way" by Arthur Somers Roche - "Kick" by Hugh MacNair Kahler - "Frogs don't grow Feathers" by B.L. Jacot - "The Belle of Calomega" by James Aswell - "Spring Song" by W.D. Edmonds; ARTICLES = "Grandeur and Misery of Victory" by Georges Clemenceau; "The Winded City - Chicago" by William G. Shepherd; "Grudge Bandits" by Owen P. White; "The Flying Dutchman - Honus Wagner" by John B. Kennedy; "Chivalry has Limits - Working Women" by Walter Davenport; "The Winning Hand - Left Hand in Sports" by Grantland Rice)

APRIL 26 (FRONT COVER = "Baseball Player dropping bat and Starting to Run" by Adolph Treidler; BACK COVER AD = General Tire; SERIAL = "Fu Manchu's Daughter" part 8 by Sax Rohmer - "Reckless Cinderella" part 5 by May Edginton; SHORT STORY = "The Great Whiskerino" by Guy Gilpatric - "Won't you br William ?" by Dana Burnet - "Leading to Marriage" by Arnold Bennett - "The Diamond Cleek" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "The Battle of Gunsmoke Lode" by Alan LeMay; ARTICLES = "Oats for the Iron Horse - Railroad Business" by John T. Flynn; "Not My Business" by Golfer turned Lawyer Bobby Jones; "Lily of the Ballet - Lily Damita" by John B. Kennedy; "The Flag Rush - Baseball Prediction" by Grantland Rice; "Be Guyed or Guided - Travelling Europe" by William Francis;)

1931

MAY 2 (FRONT COVER = "Clockface with Ropes around the Hour Hand and People Pulling on Them" by George de Zayas; BACK COVER AD = Ipana Toothpaste; SERIAL = "Protection" part 1 by W.R. Burnett - "Yu'an Hee See Laughs" part 10 by Sax Rohmer - "Gunsight Trail" conclusion by Alan LeMay; SHORT STORY = "Sailor, Beware !" by Corey Ford - "A Party in the Park" by B.L. Jacot - "Bay Window" by Dana Burnet - "And Cheap Enough" by George S. Brooks; ARTICLES = "Not Guilty - Imprisoned Innocents" by W.B. Courtney - "Shrinking Star - Walter Huston" by John B. Kennedy; "What was the Shooting About ? - South America Revolutions" by Edward Tomlinson; "Looking for a Fight - Boxing" by Grantland Rice;)

JUNE 27 (FRONT COVER = "Babe in Short Skirt Walking past Three Old Women" by Walter Beach Humphrey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Wrong Wife" part 3 by Arthur Somers Roche - "Protection" part 9 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "The Mark of the Monkey" by Sax Rohmer - "Somebody Higher" by Courtney Ryley Cooper - "The Blonde Hussy" by John Peter Toohey - "Mules" by Alan LeMay - "It's Harder to Start from the Top" by Stephan Morehouse Avery; ARTICLES = "Unlucky Alfonso - Spain's Monarch" by Winston Churchill; "Drilling for Trouble - Oil Stike in Texas" by Owen P. White; "How to be Happy though Vacationing; "Open Heir - the National Open" by Grantland Rice; "Four Legged Midgets - Animal Kingdom" by Frank Buck and Edward Anthony;)

AUGUST 15 (FRONT COVER = "Two Bear Cubs with a Jar of Honey" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Wrong Wife" part 10 by Arthur Somers Roche - "Irish Eyes" part 3 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "The Squirrel Man" by Sax Rohmer - "Nevertheless She'll Sing" by Stephen Morehouse Avery - "Once for Love" by Herbert Ravenel Sass - "That De Witt Girl !" by Mary Heaton Vorse"Dynamite" by Hagar Wilde; ARTICLES = Interview - Thomas L. Chadbourne "We're Grown-Ups Now"; "From Slags to Pitches - Golfer Billy Burke" by Grantland Rice; "Does the Wrestler Feel Pain ?" by Don Marquis;)

1932

APRIL 2 (FRONT COVER = "Boy Holding a Kite for Launching" by Earl Oliver Hurst; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "A Man Must Fight" conclusion by Gene Tunney - "The Unguarded Queen" part 6 by Arthur Train - "The Gracious Lady" part 8 by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORY = "Shanghai Madness" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Not too Had Boiled" by M.C. Blackman - "They're all that Way" by Lucian Cary - "The Seeing Eye" by Robert McBlair; ARTICLES = "As Advertised" by Roger W. Babson; "Brazil Bucks Up" by Edward Tomlinson; "Mammoth Cave Ins - Heavy Boxers" by Grantland Rice;)

APRIL 16 (FRONT COVER = "Politician throwing Out the First Pitch" by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Camels; SERIALS = "The Unguarded Queen" part 8 by Arthur Train - "The Gracious Lady" part 10 by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORIES = "No Hits - No Runs" byTalbert Josselyn - "Thanks to a Girl in Love" by Alan LeMay - "Old Enough" by Murney Mintzer - "In Pursuit of an Actor" by Louise Kennedy Mabie - "Star Witness" by John B. Kennedy: ARTICLES = "Bearing Down on Short Selling" by John T. Flynn; "Diamond Dust - Baseball" by Grantland Rice; "Money Madness - Inflation and the Government" by Clinton W. Gilbert; "Pick-up - Olympic Sprinter" by Charley Paddock;)

1933

AUGUST 12 (FRONT COVER = "Policeman stopping Trolley for People to Cross" by Anthony Fraioli; BACK COVER AD = Budweiser; SERIAL = "Manhattan Love Song" part 5 by Kathleen Norris - "Starlight Rider" part 7 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Pay-Off" by Lucian Cary - "They Will Never Die" by S.B.H. Hurst - "The Way of the Girl" by Harold Lamb - "Leave Me Alone" by Hilda Mauck; ARTICLES = "America Flies Ahead - Aviation" by W.B. Courtney; "Strictly in Confidence - Baseball" by Billy Evans; "Teamster for the Iron Horse - Joe Eastman" by George Creel;)

1934

MARCH 31 (FRONT COVER = "Workman Lounging in front of Woman's Head on Billboard" by Earl Oliver Hurst; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury; SERIAL = "The Case against Mrs. Ames" part 4 by Arthur Somers Roche - ""Rough Air" part 7 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Silver Moon" by Sidney Herschel Small - "Bachelor Dinner" by Matt Taylor - "She Brought him Luck" by Jerome Beatty - "It Comes but Once" by A.W. Somerville - "The Right Tickets" by William MacHarg; ARTICLES = "Revive Us Again - the NRA and the AAA" by Walter Davenport; "Bet you a Hat - New York Giants Manager Bill Terry" by Quentin Reynolds; "Me for Rio - Brazil" by T.R. Ybarra; The Kid from the Ukraine - Actress Anna Sten;)

MAY 5 (FRONT COVER = "Girl with Two Dogs - Half in Rain Half in Sun" by George de Zayas; BACK COVER AD = Old Dutch Cleanser; SERIAL = "The Trail of Fu Manchu" part 2 by Sax Rohmer - "The Case against Mrs. Ames" part 9 by Arthur Somers Roche; SHORT STORY = "Show Business" by Arthur "Bugs" Baer - "Center Court" by Stanley Paul - "Desperate Character" by Elmer Davis - "Nature's Wise Plan" by Bernard De Voto - "Madam is Right" by George S. Brooks; ARTICLES = "Recovery Throws away a Crutch - the CWA" by Walter Davenport; "The Story of Lal - Young Hindu Boy" by Frank Buck; "The Star Test - America's Walker Cup Team" by Quentin Reynolds;)

1935

JANUARY 5 (FRONT COVER = "New Year's Springing out of a Cuckoo Clock" by Frank Owen and C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Old Dutch Cleanser; SERIAL = "Shadow of Doubt" conclusion by Arthur Somers Roche - "Woman of the Family" part 2 by May Edgington; SHORT STORY = "Award of Honor" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "A Very Dangerous Girl" by Duncan Norton Taylor - The Right to Command" by Jacland Marmur - "Her Egg Beau" by Homer Croy - "High Wind" by Ernest Haycox; ARTICLES = "The Railroads Wake Up" by George Creel; "Up Above the World so High - Eleven Miles Up" by Chester L. Fordney; "A Regular Guy - The Story of Guy Standing" by Walter Davenport; "A Master for the House - 74th Congress Speakership" by Ray Tucker; "Too Much Gold - $100 Million Dollar Gold Envoy from San Francisco to Denver" by Frank J. Taylor;)

FEBRUARY 2 (FRONT COVER = "Four Bobsledders Thrown from Sled" by Arthur Crouch; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury; SERIAL = "The Smoky Years" part 4 by Alan LeMay - "Woman of the Family" part 6 by May Edgington; SHORT STORY = "Love on Ice" by Blake Cabot - "Fifty-Fifty or Quit" by Ernest Haycox - "The Vanishing Wolf" by H.L. Davis - "The Caretaker's Daughter" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Here's Your Man" by Walter Davenport; ARTICLES = "America - Recluse or Trader ?" by Henry A. Wallace; "Meet an Actor - Charles Laughton" by Quentin Reynolds; Famous Thirsts - An Interview with bartender Anthony Weir;)

FEBRUARY 16 (FRONT COVER = "Young Girl Looking Mad Carrying a Valentine Card" by Robert O. Reid; BACK COVER AD = Camel Cigarettes with Champion Skater Jack Shea; SERIAL = "Woman of the Family" part 8 by May Edginton - "The Smoky Years" part 6 by Alan LeMay: SHORT STORY = "Sailors Forget" by Roland Pertwee - "The Angels ride with Mosby" by MacKinlay Kantor - "Very Civil Service" by George S. Brooks - "Final Event" by Anthony Veiller: ARTICLES = "Why Not Dictatorship ?" by Winston Churchill; "Singing Merman - Ethel Merman" by Kyle Crichton; "Picking 'em off the Ice - Goalie Roy Worters" by Quentin Reynolds;)

MAY 18 (FRONT COVER = Woman with Luggage Complaining about Train Service" by Harry Beckhoff; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield: SERIAL = "The Brass Gong Tree" part 4 by James Warner Bellah - "The Bat Flies Low" part 8 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = "The Beautiful Lilli" by Lucian Cary - "The Junk with One Eye" by Sidney Herschel Small - "Trial Marriage" by George F. Worts - "The Silent Act" by Richard Matthews Hallet - "First Flight" by Arthur Tuckerman; ARTICLES = "The New America" by H.G. Wells; "Putt and Take" by Quentin Reynolds; "Choice Locations - Director  W.S. Van Dyke" by Frank Condon;"Bonus Bill Patman" by George Creel;"What, No Trumps ? - Bridge" by Shepard Barclay;)

JULY 20 (FRONT COVER = "Sailor Getting Ready to eat a Hot Dog" by E.M. Jackson; BACK COVER AD = Old Dutch Cleanser; SERIAL = "Secret Marriage" part 4 by Kathleen Norris - "Poor Man's Gold" part 5 by Courtney Ryley Cooper; SHORT STORY = "Twenty-Four Hours" by Lucian Cary - "Romance Deferred" by Jean Francis Webb - "Bringing Home the Bride" by Don Marquis - "Jaybird's Chance" by Hugh Wiley - "And with the Glory" by Edward Shenton; ARTICLES = "From Whom all Bessings Flow - National Relief" by Walter Davenport; "Swin to Beauty" by Ruth Seinfel; "Broadway Rose - Billy Rose" by James Cannon; "Fast Company - Speed Predictions for 1945" by Quentin Reynolds;)

AUGUST 24 (FRONT COVER = "Bear and Monkey sitting on a Branch Fishing" by Lawson Wood: BACK COVER AD = Old Dutch Cleanser: SERIAL = "Secret Marriage" part 9 by Kathleen Norris - "The Silver Desert" part 2 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Girl at Lucio's" by Elmer Davis - "Weeping Wilma of Old Shanghai" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Apple Dumpling's" by James B. Connolly - The Sign of the Bull" by Thomas McMorrow - "Rogue's Gallery" by MacKinlay Kantor; ARTICLES = "All Lit Up and Going Places - Rural Electrification Program" by John T. Flynn; "Grandstand Grandee - Boston Red Sox Melo Almada" by Bill Cunningham; "Sales Manager - Secretary of State Cordell Hull;)

SEPTEMBER 7 (FRONT COVER = "Young Girl with a Dog on a Leash Chasing a Cat and Tripping a Doorman" by Jay Hyde Barnum; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike: SERIAL = "Secret Marriage" part 11 by Kathleen Norris - "The Silver Desert" part 4 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "Conquering Heroine" by Stanley Paul - "The Phantom Ship" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Sign of the Fishes" by Thomas McMorrow - "Be Thou my Good" by Thomas Beer - "The General's Orders" by Gregorio Somers; ARTICLES = "Looking Ahead with Roosevelt" by George Creel; "About to Shine - Future Baseball Stars" by Quentin Reynolds; "More Red than Black at Monte Carlo" by T.R. Ybarra;)

OCTOBER 19 (FRONT COVER = "Young Boy Beating Older Man at Chess" by D.B. Holcomb; BACK COVER AD = Ovaltine with Salesman Joe Comic Strip; SERIAL = "Deepwater Island" part 5 by Alan LeMay - "The Silver Desert" conclusion by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Policeman's Hat" by Frank Condon - "The Sign of the Twins" by Thomas McMorrow - "Great Scout" by W.B. Courtney - "Glory in his Head" by James Aswell - "A Fool and his Honey" by Kyle Crichton - "Corporal King's Stripe" by Robert Buckner - "Railroad Beef" by H.L. Davis; ARTICLES = "The Passing Show - Football" by Alabama Coach Frank Thomas;; "The White Peril - Modernization of Japanese Americans" by Jim Marshall; "Peanut Vendor - Harry Stevens" by Quentin Reynolds;)

OCTOBER 26 (FRONT COVER = "Orangutangs with Makeship Golf Clubs" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Odds against Honor" part 1 by Francis Wallace - "Deepwater Island" part 6 by lan LeMay; SHORT STORY = "Shadowed" by William MacHarg - "The Amsterdam Maid" by Jacland Marmur - "Big Shotgun Wedding" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Girl Guesses" by Matt Taylor - "The Swords of Justice" by R.G. Kirk; ARTICLES = "High Tension Jitters - Maine's Quoddy Project" by Walter Davenport; "Everybody's Language" by Winston Churchill; "City of Clash - Buenos Aires" by T.R. Ybarra; "Look at the Glass - Inovations" by Ruth Seinfel and Avery Strakosch;)


1936

MARCH 14 (FRONT COVER = "Couple on Hands and Knees Looking for Pingpong Ball" by Howard Butler; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Invisible President" part 3 by Sax Rohmer - "Life Begins so Soon" part 7 Bernard DeVoto; SHORT STORY = "High Dive" by Leland Jamieson - "The Lotus and the Rose" by Sidney Herschel Small - "Loser's Choice" by Stanley Paul - "The Hat Test" by Henri Duvernois; ARTICLES = "How's your Father ? How's your Mother ? - Francis E. Townsend" by Walter Davenport; "Southerners Build the Bridges" by Frank J. Taylor; "Open Wide - Children's Teeth" by Dr. William C. Miller; "Man of War - Luke Short" by Owen P. White;)

APRIL 11 (FRONT COVER = "Baseball Player Slinding to Home with Umpire Calling him Out" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Under Pressure" part 1 by George Agnew Chamberlain - "The INvisible President" part 7 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = "The Tap-Dancer's Husband" by Brassil Fitzgerald - "Kiss Me, My Fool !" by Frank Leon Smith - "In the Blockhouse" by Mary Louise Mabie - "There's Always Penelope" by Josephine Bentham - "The Green Parakeet" by Valentin Kataieff - "Boys will Steal Apples" by Lucian Cary - "The Jonah" by Jacland Marmur; ARTICLES = "Mussolini's Unhappy Warrior - Pietro Badoglio" by W.B. Courtney; "What's a Garden For ?" by Ruth Carson;)

JUNE 20 (FRONT COVER = "Young Woman Accepting College Diploma" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Trouble Shooter" part 1 by Ernest Haycox - "The Prodigal Nurse" part 5 by Teresa Hyde Phillips; SHORT STORIES =  "You've got to be Sensible" by Alec Rackowe - "Pleasant Party" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "No Clues" by William MacHarg - "In Tight Water" by Frank Leon Smith - "Backwash" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain - "Double Sentence" by Henry LaCossitt; ARTICLES ="Too Easy to Live - The Philippines" by Jim Marshall; "Soap Box Messiahs" by Winston Churchill; "Star Without Limousine - Fred MacMurray" by Kyle Crichton; ":Pitch Man - Professor Jeff Tesreau of Dartmouth" by Bill Cunningham;)

JULY 4 (FRONT COVER = "Four Men and a Girl under an Awning in the Rain" by Harry Beckhoff; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Trouble Shooter" part 3 by Ernest Haycox - "The Prodigal Nurse" part 7 by Teresa Hyde Phillips; SHORT STORY =  "Suspect" by W.R. Burnett - "The Girl Who Learned" by Newlin B. Wildes - "Too Much Sin" by Roark Bradford - "Fair Haired Boy" by Jacland Marmur - "Super Special" by Nard Jones; ARTICLES = "The Next War" by H.G. Wells; "Some People's Pets" by Quentin Reynolds; "Douglas Nets the Earth - Air Flight" by W.B. Courtney; "Deepwater President - Phillipines First President Manuel Luis" by Jim Marshall;)

SEPTEMBER 12 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in Bathing Suit carrying a Small Dog" by Paul Shively; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Dumb God Speaks" part 3 by E. Phillips OppenHeim - "Bread into Roses" part 7 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "West Side Romance" by Quentin Reynolds - "Both Were Dumb" by Frank Leon Smith - "The Perfect Convert" by Gouverneur Morris - "The Return" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Behind the Boss Back" by Frank Condon; ARTICLES = "Heading Back to Prohibition" by Walter Davenport; "Local Boy Makes Good - American Legion Junior Baseball League" by Bill Cunningham; "Certified Czech - Eduard Benes" by T.R. Ybarra;)

SEPTEMBER 26 (FRONT COVER = "Man Noticing Woman Wearing the Same Hat as he Is" by Howard Butler; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Sir Hubert Wilkins; SERIAL = "The Dumb God Speaks" part 5 by E. Phillips Oppenheim - "Bread into Roses" part 9 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "Out of the Woods" by Leons Dalrymple - "Not in the Book" by H. Vernor Dixon - "He Didn't Know a Story" by Arthur "Bugs" Baer - "Lucky Break" by Will F. Jenkins; ARTICLES = "The Doubtless Democrats" by Walter Davenport; "Hot Lettuce - The Pickers" by Frank J. Taylor; "Leave Your Brains at Home" by golfer Tommy Armour; "Top Heavy - Actor Edward Arnold" by Kyle Crichton;)

OCTOBER 10 (FRONT COVER = "Man and Woman Playing Crocket" modeled in Clay by Alan Foster; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury; SERIAL = "Bread into Roses" part 11 by Kathleen Norris - "The Dumb God Speaks" part 7 by E. Phillips Oppenheim; SHORT STORY = "Scoring Play" by Lucian Cary - "Good Until Monday" by Frank Leon Smith - "The Checkered Suit" by William MacHarg - "The Big Un" by Courtney Ryley Cooper - "The Hour of the Ghosts" by Harold Lamb; ARTICLES = "Hit the Road ! - Roosevelt Raceway" by Quentin Reynolds; "The Complete Boss - Frank Hague ruler of Jersey City" by George Creel - "Do Like de Man Says - Louisiana Negro Farmers" by Roark Bradford; "We are What we Eat" by Dr. Victor G. Heiser; "From Reef to Reef - the Career of Errol Flynn" by Kyle Crichton;)

1937

JANUARY 30 (FRONT COVER = "Man Popping out of a Basket of Flowers to Surprise a Woman" by Jaro Fabry; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury; SERIAL = "I Love You Again" part 1 by Octavus Roy Cohen - "Deep West" part 5 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "Sea Lawyer" by Kenneth Perkins - "Russian Roulette" by Georges Surdez - "The Luck Card" by Heywood Broun - "Best Man" by Malcolm Reiss - "Jungle War" by Albert Richard Wetjen; ARTICLES = "Sock Brothers - College Boxing" by Kyle Crichton; "Rules for Suckers - Wall Street" by John T. Flynn; "Feathered Dynamite - Quail Hunting in North Carolina" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Hamlet in High - John Gielgud;)

MARCH 27 (FRONT COVER = "Girl Lounging Reading a Magazine Eyeing a Box of Chocolates" by Paul Shively; BACK COVER AD = Pillsbury: SERIAL = "Alma Mater Song" conclusion by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Castle Key" part 5 by Dwight Mitchell Wiley - "I Love You Again" PART 9 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "Life Crazy" by Mildred Cram - "Marked Shirt" by William MacHarg - "24 Hours to Live" by Quentin Reynolds - "Wedding Present" by Mary C. McCall Jr. - "Unfinished Symphony" by Elsie Singmaster; ARTICLES = "Leg Work - Shorter Skirts" by Germaine Green Marcus; "The New Oregon Trail - The Dust Bowl" by Richard L. Neuberger; "Pet Volcanoes - Dr. Jaggar" by Jim Marshall; "The First Ten in Contract Bridge" by Shepard Barclay; "Third Time Up - Outfielder Frank McGowan" by Bill Cunningham;)

SEPTEMBER 25 (FRONT COVER = "Couple Dressed all Up" by Jaro Fabry; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sundown Jim" part 1 by Ernest Haycox - "Appointment with Death" part 5 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "Too Much Texas" by Roark Bradford - "Affair of Honor" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "A Man Rides East" by Talbert Josselyn - "The Fixer" by Allan Seager - "Siberian Express" by Henry Wales; ARTICLES = "Forgive Us Our Debts" by John T. Flynn; "Life by the Pint - Hospital Drama" by Hannah Lees; "La Belle Lamour - Dorothy Lamour" by Henry F. Pringle; "Pet Shopping - The Dope on Dogs" by Alastair MacBain; "First Family - The Turnesas Seven Champion Golfers" by Quentin Reynolds;)

1938

FEBRUARY 12 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Covering Man's Eyes on Two Man Bobsled" by Arthur Crouch; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Castle Sinister" part 1 by J.P. Marquand - "East of Broadway" part 8 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "Big Thrill" by W.T. Bissell - "Message from the Countess" by Will F. Jenkins - "The Port of Pilgrims" by Jacland Marmur - "Too Clever" by William MacHarg - "Heads Make Brains" by Walter Duranty; ARTICLES = "Jim Felt Lucky - The Panay" by Norman Alley - "It's Been a Great Show - Parades" by William Allen White; "The Lone Ranger - Frankie Boucher" by Quentin Reynolds; "Young and Lively - the Lane Sisters at Home" by Kyle Crichton; "Minds that Came Back - Insulin to the Rescue" by J.D. Ratcliff; "What are you Mad About?" by Janet Lane;)

FEBRUARY 26 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Singing into a Mircophone" by Jaro Fabry; BACK COVER AD = Ovaltine; SERIAL = "Sunset Voyage" part 1 by Lawrence G. Blochman - "Castle Sinister" part 3 by J.P. Marquand; SHORT STORY = "Love is Elected" by John Hawkins - "River Pride" by Will F. Jenkins - "Mr. Jurda Lays an Egg" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Ogre's Wall" by Edwin Muller - "Pinto York" by Alan LeMay; ARTICLES = "Cold Comfort - The War on Sneezes" by J.D. Ratcliff; "No Place to Land - American Aviation" by W.B. Courtney; "Marse Jeff Davis - part 2" by Harris Dickson; "Screwball Bill - Director William Wellman" by Henry F. Pringle;)

APRIL 23 (FRONT COVER = "Three Mannequin Heads with Hats" by Nell Spots; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Sunset Voyage" part 9 by Lawrence G. Blochman - "Man in the Saddle" part 4 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "No Such Person" by Corey Ford - "Saturday Night" by Libbie Block - Gentleman from Barbados" by Roark Bradford - "First Blood" by W.R. Burnett - "No Suspects" by William MacHarg - "Such a Nice Spring Day" by Daniel Fuchs; ARTICLES =  "Collier's Weekend House" by Ruth Carson; "That New Suit - Contract Bridge" by Oswald Jacoby; "The Making of a Hero - Formula for a Baseball Player" by Quentin Reynolds; "The Lord Has Risen - Moravian Easter" by C.M. Black;)

SEPTEMBER 3 (FRONT COVER = "Young Woman trying to Bait a Hook with a Worm" by Douglas H. Hillaker; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Spymaster" part 3 by E. Phillips Oppenhein - "Troubled Star" part 1 by John August; SHORT STORY = "Sailor's Tale" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "Seeds of Discord" by Sidney Herschel Small - "Bad Scout" by Thomas B. Costain - "The Adventureer" by Richard Hoffman; ARTICLES = Behind the Marble Mask - Squalor in Washington; "Dictator's on Dynamite - Europe's Jittery Strong Men" by Winston Churchill; "Tennis Money - The Amateur Racket" by George Lott; "Drummer Boy - The Story of Gene Krupa" by Jack Mosher;)

SEPTEMBER 24 (FRONT COVER = "Monkeys Trying to get a Frog to Jump Thru a Hoop" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Spymaster" part 6 by E. Phillips Oppenheim - "Troubled Star" part 4 by John August; SHORT STORY = "Hot Piano" by Richard English - "Yellow for Caution" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain - "Dumb Witness" by William MacHarg - "The Opposition" by William Cole - "Turn Left on Thursday" by Quentin Reynolds; ARTICLES = "And May God have Mercy on Your Soul" part 1 by Executioner Robert G. Elliott; "England Learns about Labor" by Winston Churchill; "Collier Trophy Award Winner - The U.S. Army Air Corps" by Theon Wright; Women's Fashion - Color Mix-up for Fall;)

NOVEMBER 5 (FRONT COVER = "Football Water Boy keeping Pace with Player" by Alan Foster; BACK COVER AD = Old Dutch Cleanser; SERIAL = "Troubled Star" conclusion by John August - ""None but the Brave" part 2 by Humphrey Cobb; SHORT STORY = "The Girl who got There" by James Hilton - "Money Player" by John Hawkis - "Out of Alcatraz" by Charles L. Hubbard - "In the Shade" by Stewart Robertson; ARTICLES = "Escape to Hollywood - Miss Hedy Lamar; "What's Wrong with Roosevelt" by Congressman Bruce Barton; Women's Fashion - Bulky Winter Furs; "Pass Master - Washington Redskins quarterback Sammy Baugh;)

1940

JUNE 15 (FRONT COVER =  "Animals made from Fruits and Vegtables" by Carl Burger; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Secret of the Marshbanks" part 10 bt Kathleen Norris - "Rain Before Seven" part 4 by John August; SHORT STORY = "England is my Village" by John Llewelyn Rhys - "Tony's Girl" by Robert McLaughlin - "Land of Milk and Honey" by Frank Condon - "Some Were Brave" by Ernest Haycox - "Curtain Call' by Richard English; ARTICLES = "Dad has His Day - Father's Day" by Henry L. Jackson; "Collier's House of Ideas" by Ruth Carson; "Palestine - Much Promised Land" by Frank Gervasi; "We're Losing no Time Here - Army Pilot Training" by W.B. Courtney; "Change for the Better - the Vanishing Bookmaker" by Dan Parker; "Insuring Democracy" by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt;)

JULY 13 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Sitting Beside Rural Mailbox" by Robert O. Reid; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston with Dumb Dora Comic Strip; SERIAL = "Rain Before Seven" part 8 by John August - "Occupation; Widow" part 2 William C. White; SHORT STORY = "The Gag Man" by Michael Foster - "Dusk to Daybreak" by Will F. Jenkins - "Girl From Home" by Henry Meade Williams - "Light in the Window" by Octavus Roy Cohen; ARTICLES = "The Wounded Don't Cry - France" by Quentin Reynolds; "Nickel Empire - Coney Island Boardwalk; "Comeback - Baseball catcher Bill DeLancey; "Caught with Our Guard Dowm - National Defense" by Walter Davenport; "These Our Rulers - Corruption in Chicago" by John T. Flynn;)

AUGUST 10 (FRONT COVER = "Baseball Pitcher" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD =  Lucky Strike: SERIAL = "Occupation; Widow" by William C. White - "The Patriotic Murders" part 2 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "My Friend, Kerry Boyne" by Jack Macmurragh - "Autograph" by Ethel Loban - "Friends Needed" by Thomas McMorrow - "One Thunderous Night" by bSidney Herschel Small - ""Sharp Traders" by Louis C. Goldsmith; ARTICLES = "The Man who didn't Quit - France's General Charles - de Gaulle; "Collier's House of Ideas - We Furnish the Home" by Ruth Carson; "Pride Pitching" by pitcher Tex Carleton; Don James - Professor of Ballyhoo; "Tropic Killer - Quinine from Java" by J.D. Ratcliff;)

SEPTEMBER 14 (FRONT COVER = "Girl Falling while Playing Badminton": by E.M. Jackson; BACK COVER = Missing: SERIAL = "Traitor's Purse" part 2 by Margery Allingham - "The Patriotic Murders" part 7 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORIES = "All the Tricks" by Dan Fuchs - "Waikiki Mirage" by Hagar Wilde - "Somebody's Waiting for You" by Stanley Paul - "That Sort of Thing" by Margaret Lee Runbech; ARTICLES = "What Happened in France" by Andre Maurois; "Collier's House of Ideas - Lights On !" by Ruth Carson; ""Big Girl - Ingrid Bergman" by Kyle Crichton; "All Aircraft Returned Safely - British Bombers" by Quentin Reynolds; "Air Power - Politicians and the Radio" by Sherman H. Dryer;)

DECEMBER 21 (FRONT COVER = "Girl Skier with her Pants Caught in a Tree" by Robert O. Reid; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield Christmas Gift Carton; SERIAL = "Evil Under the Sun" part 2 by Agatha Christie - "Kid Tinsel" part 6 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "The Queen of Tijuana" by Guy Gilpatric - "High Spot" by Will F. Jenkins - "Windward Passage" by William A. Krauss - "A Little Imagination" by Fleta Campbell Springer - "One Piece too Many" by Hugh MacNair Kahler; ARTICLES = "A Plane is Born - British Aircraft Factory" by Quentin  Reynolds; "What Makes you Tired - Science and Fatigue" by J.D. Ratcliff; "Sleeping Beauty - Ruth Hussey" by Kyle Crichton; "The Hard Way - Beryllium" by Frank Gervasi; "Fight Talk - Announcer Harry Balogh" by Dan Parker;)

1941

JANUARY 11 (FRONT COVER = "Boy and Girl Ten Pin Bowling" by Vernon Grant; BACK COVER AD = Camel Cigarettes with Boston Bruins Dit Clapper; SERIAL = "Evil Under the Sun" part 5 by Agatha Christie - "Kid Tinsel" part 9 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY =  "Silently the Conquered" by Hamlen Hunt - "Lighted Windows" by Henry Meade Williams - "Miss Rear Admiral" by Jan Fortune - "Over Night" by Nancy Hale - "Loved I not Honor More" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan; ARTICLES = "Our Designs on Martinique" by Frank Gervasi; "Out of the Blue - the U.S.Army Parachute Corps" by Jim Marshall; "Partly Primitive - Katherine Dunham" by Luther Davis and John Cleveland; "Soose is no Goose - Boxer Billy Soose" by Bob Considine;)

AUGUST 23 (FRONT COVER = "Brunette Woman in a Sun Bonnet" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Dina Cashman" part 10 by Kathleen Norris - "Advance Agent" part 8 by John August; SHORT STORY = "Pool o' the Moon" by Sax Rohmer - "Not Quite the End" by Philip Clark - "A Heron Flying West" by Mona Gardner - "Bride in Transit" by L.L. Foreman; ARTICLES = ""Hands Off Navy Planes" by Frank Knox; "Twinkle, Twinkle, Aquastar - Bill Smith Jr." by Alexander MacDonald; "Generals Never Learn - a Look at the U.S. Army" by General Johnson Hagood; Our New Army; "Lord Hush-Hush - Censorship in England" by Quentin Reynolds; "Turkish Toss-up - In the Middle of Two Wars" by Frank Gervasi;)

SEPTEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Red Haired Girl Surrounded by Sailors" by Henry Sutter; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = ""Murder in Retrospect" part 1 by Agatha Christie - "Mercator Island" part 3 by John P. Marquand; SHORT STORY = "Time Exposure" by William E. Barrett - "Fritter-Minded" by Kermit Shelby - "Moment of Destiny" by Holmes Alexander - "There'll Come a Day" by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = "Dinner with Winston Churchill" by Quentin Reynolds; "The Fight Goes On - Supreme Court Reform" part 2 by Franklin D. Roosevelt; "Gentle Monster - Boris Karloff" by Henry F. Pringle; "I Want to do Something - American Women and the Red Cross" by Ruth Carson; "Three for the Money - Houston Buffaloes pitchers Ted Wilks, Fred Martin and Howard Pollet; A Ray of Hope - The Cyclotron Fight against Leukemia;)

OCTOBER 25 (FRONT COVER = "Pensive Looking Blonde Woman" by Al Moore; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Mercator Island" conclusion by John P. Marquand - "Murder in Retrospect" part 6 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "Old Mustache" by Guy Gilpatric - "Satan's Blacksmith Shop" by Roark Bradford - "The Witness Wouldn't Look" by William MachHarg - "You got to use Diplomacy" by Hurd Barrett - "Sales Talk" by Horatio Winslow; ARTICLES = "With British in the African Desrert - Hellfire Pass" by Frank Gervasi; "The American Miracle - Industrial War Effoer" by Walter Davenport; "Man in Motion - Chicago Bears coach George Halas; "Up from the Rank - Abbott and Costello" by Kyle CrichtonTo Vegas - Darling - Weddings While you Wait:)

1942

JANUARY 3 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in a Mask and Veil" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Pied Piper" conclusion by Neville Shute - "Alder Gulch" part 6 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Prize" by Hans Ruesch - "Hypocrit Bait" by Roark Bradford - "A Brace of Ducks" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Kid Stuff" by Hurd Barrett - "Working on the Railroad" by Kyle Crichton; ARTICLES = "Thunder over the Atlantic - How the Philippines Prepaired for War" by Frank Gervasi; ""He Who got Slapped - Russia's Mr. Litvinoff" by Walter Durant; "Desert Tank Battle - the British in Libya" by Quentin Reynolds; "Atlanta Belle - Evelyn Keyes" by Kate Holliday; "This Babe, Ruth - World Champion Table Tennis Champion Ruth Hughes Aarons" by Bill Davidson;)

JANUARY 31 (fRONT COVER = "Woman in a Car with a Soldier standing on one side and a Sailor on the Other" by Henry B. Sutter; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Alder Gulch" conclusion by Ernest Haycox - "Masquerade in Miami" part 4 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = ""Fitten to Fight" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Great Big-Hearted People" by Frederick Nebel - " Boiling Point" by Samuel W. Taylor - "Court Tactics" by Arthur Mann; ARTICLES = "This man MacArthur - General Douglas MacArthur; "Just a Gesture - Harpo Marx" by Francis Hayes; Galloping Goldmine - Race Horse Alsab; "The Voice - American soprano Helen Traubel" by Kyle Crichton;)

FEBRUARY 28 (FRONT COVER = Sailor Playing a Tuba; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Masquerade in Miami" part 8 by Octavus Roy Cohen - "China Gold" part 4 by Pearl S. Buck; SHORT STORY = "Cossack Wolf" by Harold Lamb - "Sin for your Supper" by Roark Bradford - "Time to Go" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Romance for Molly" by Lucian Cary; ARTICLES = "How Red is Ruassia ?" by Walter Duranty; "Cathay Hey Hey ! - San Francisco's Chinatown" by JJim Marshall; "A Shark for Vitamins" by Jack Pollexfen; "Keaney's Couriers - Rhode Island State Basketball Team" by Kyle Crichton;)

MARCH 7 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in Ski Clothes" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "China Gold" part 5 by Pearl S. Buck - "Miami Masquerade" part 9 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "The Rotten Apple" by Walter Duranty - "Pilot's Choice" by C.F. Kearns - "The Ace of Saps" by Eddy Orcutt - "I Knew her like a Book" by James Aswell; ARTICLES = "Be Yourself Girlie - Beauty Tips" by Jim Marshall; "How Strong is Japan's Navy ?"by John Maloney; "Sugar Boy - Boxer Ray Robinson" by Stanley Frank; "I Don't Like to Travel" by Quentin Reynolds; "First in the Sky - The Constellation Passenger Plane" by Denver Lindley; "The Prophet Ezequiel - Mexico's Ezequiel Padilla;)

APRIL 25 (FRONT COVER = North American Indian Getting into a Fighter Plane: BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield Cigarettes with Rita Hayworth; SERIAL = "Trial by Marriage" part 1 by Vereen Bell - "Moving Finger" part 5 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "The Baby of Bosco the Bum" by Jack Macmurraugh - ""None but the Brave" by Thomas McMorrow - "Hunter's Moon" by Edmund Gilligan - "Especially a Sergeant" by William J. Breslow; ARTICLES = "Sourdough Army - Alaska's Ready to Fight" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Fly for Your Lives - America's Lack of Pilots" by Robert H. Hinckley; "Leaping Lester - High Jumper Les Steers" by Arthur J. Daley; The Personality Kid - Dona Drake; "Russia Uncensored" by Alice Leone Moats; "Wine of the Country - California" by Jim Marshall;)

MAY 16 (FRONT COVER = "Man Trying to Buy an Inner Tube from a Boy at the Beach" by Hal Rasmusson; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Moving Finger" conclusion by Agatha Christie - "Trial by Marriage" part 4 by Vereen Bell; SHORT STORIES = "South of the Moon" by Octavus Roy Cohen - "Escapade in Martinique" by William A. Krause - "Channel Man" by James Norman - "The Man who Hated the British" by Jack Macmurragh; ARTICLES = "Take 'er Down - Submarine Commander Wreford Goss Chapple" by Cecil Brown; "Joe Louis Named the War" by Carl Byoir; Hillybilly Judy Canova; "New War Horses - The Calvary makes a Comeback" by Richard L. Neuberger; "Panama Patrol - Bomber Mission" by Walter Davenport; "The Great Exhumation - Baseball Old Timers" by Fred Lieb; "Magic Mud - Gramicidin" by J.D. Ratcliff;)

MAY 30 (FRONT COVER = WAC with Flag; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Trial by Marriage" part 6 by Vereen Bell - "Flight to the Sun" part 2 by James Aldridge; SHORT STORY = "Lucky in Love" by Ernest Haycox - "Sergeant Daru settles an Account" by Stanley F. Donath - "Day-Off" by Erskine Caldwell - "Turkey-Neck Pitcher" by Arthur Mann; ARTICLES = "Deep in the Heart - America's Indifference to the War Effort" by Quentin Reynolds; "New Northwest Passage - U.S. Army Engineers" by Robert Thompson; "Air Line to Everywhere - United States Army Air Forces Ferrying Command" by Denver Lindley; "More Meat per Acre - Fish Farming" by L.O. Brackeen; "The Pride of Possum Hollow - Congressman Albert Gore" by George Morris; "Durable Dai Dollings - Athletic Trainer;")

JUNE 6 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Working on a Lathe" by Al Moore; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Trial by Marriage" conclusion by Vereen Bell - "Flight to the Sun" part 3 by James Aldridge; SHORT STORY = "Unity or Else" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Sweet Indulgence" by Mona Gardner - "There'll Never be Another" by Richard English; ARTICLES = "To Tokyo, Dammit ! - Our Air Force in India" by John R. Morris; "Maps for a New World - Political Geography" by George T. Renner; "Eat and Look Young" by Henry Schacht; "Drive Does It" by Golf Champion Craig Wood; The Army Needs Your Skill; A Foal and his Mommy - Photo Essay; "Water Witchery - 1942 Official Women's All-America Swimming Team" by Bud Sawin;)

JULY 4 (FRONT COVER = "Pilot Gazing Skyward" by C. Chickering; BACK COVER AD = Cessna Aircraft; SERIAL = "Flight to the Sun" part 7 by James Aldridge - "It's Loaded, Mr. Bauer" by John P. Marquand; SHORT STORY = "Always Remember" by Ernest Haycox - "American in Paris" by Peter Kalischer - "The Yanks were Coming" by James Street - "Doctor's Dilemma" by Hannah Lees - "Waiting for Charlotte" by Arthur Mann; ARTICLES = "Marines have Landed" by Frank D. Morris; "Buggy Ride - Horse and Buggies Making a Comeback" by Ted Shane; "How Chennault Kills Japs" by William Clemmens; "There's only one Moore - Cardinals Terry Moore" Stanley Frank; "Comeback in Comedy - Joe Lewis" by Quentin Reynolds; Our Fighting Men - Hot Air Balloons; "No Illusions - Broadway Producer Cheryl Crawford;"Watch them Roll -the Army on the Move" by J.D. Ratcliff;)

AUGUST 22 (FRONT COVER = American Indian on a Carousel; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Action by Night" part 3 by Ernest Haycox - "An Apple for Eve" part 4 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "He Had Four Sisters" by Dorothy Speare - ""The Right Man" by Mona Gardner - "Out of the Jungle" by Leane Zugsmith - "No Shadow of Doubt" Frederick Nebel - "Pittsburgh Papers" by John Durant; ARTICLES = ""What's Wrong with the British Army ?" by Lord Strabolgi; "They Wouldn't Wait - R.A.F.'s Eagle Squadron" by Quentin Reynolds; "Swing it, Swing Shift ! - Aircraft Workers" by Walter Davenport; "The Boom Came Back - Las Vegas" by Richard English; "Fruits of War - Spain's Deep Wounds" by Therese Bonney; "Change Here for Freedom - Japan and America Exchange Nationals" by Frank Gervasi;)

OCTOBER 3 (FRONT COVER = "Young Boy Trying on Dad's Navy Uniform while he Sleeps" by Henry R. Sutter; BACK COVER AD - Camel; SERIAL = "Action by Night" part 9 by Ernest Haycox - "An Apple for Eve" part 10 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "Dancing Feat" by Walter Duranty and Mary Loos - "Mars and the Bright Blue Stallion" by Robert Richards - "The Lady and the Artists" by Michael Foster - "The Distant Glory" by Kyle Crichton - "Hot at Paramount" by Milt Gross; ARTICLES = "How Anti-British Tales Start" by Colonel Demas T. Craw; "The Magic Marines" by Richard English; "First Lap on Tokyo - The Soloman Islands" part 1 by Frank D. Morris; "Up Ship ! - Salvaging the Normandie" by Clarence H. Roy; The Boy who didn't like Music - Shostakovich; "The Barrymore Brat - Diana Barrymore; "Coast Defender - General John L. DeWitt" by Jim Marshall;"The Trail of Bambi - Walt Disney" by Richard Hallet;)

OCTOBER 10 (FRONT COVER = "Woman on the Ground after Falling from her Bicycle" by William S. Gilles; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Action by Night" conclusion by Ernest Haycox - "An Apple for Eve" part 11 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "Jumping-Horse Man" by Vereen Bell - "This Wonderous Symbol" by Mona Gardner - "It Ain't gonna Rain ni More" by Edwin Lanham - "Lawd ! Lawd !" by John Faulkner - "Credentials" by Richard English; ARTICLES = "Letter to a Man with a Boy in Ireland" by Quentin Reynolds; "Axis Stooges in South Africa" by Frank Gervasi; "First Lap on Tokyo - The Solomon Islands" part 2 by Frank D. Morris; "Game Hunting - Fun at Home" by Gurney Williams; "You can Beat the System" by All American Quarterback Benny Friedman; "The Lady's a Soldier" by Octavus Roy Cohen; "Take it, Mister ! - Flight Instructors" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Caribbean Casualty - Submarines Sinking Ships" by Captain Roger O'Sullivan;"King Cotten - Joseph Cotten" bu Kyle Crichton;)

1943

JANUARY 9 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier in Train Car Door Kissing Girl" by Frederic Mizen; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Hunters" part 6 by Mary Hastings Bradley - "Five Who Vanished" part 3 by George F. Worts; SHORT STORY = "The Golden Age" by Thomas H. Raddall - "The Stars came Down" by Mosser Mauger - "Something Specific" by Victoria Lincoln - "Flingding" by Philip Wylie - "Miracle Come to Pass" by Roark Bradford - "The Outsider" by Elizabeth Foster; ARTICLES = "He Makes them Over - Don Loper makes Women Perfect" by Dorothy Kilgallen; "The Sky's the Limit - General Henry Harley Arnold; "Thieves with Union Cards" by Westbrook Pegler; "One Man's Dogs - Hunting Dogs" by Vereen Bell; "Complete, Absolute Victory ! - General Montgomery on Crushing the Afrika Korps" by Chester Morrison; "Hollywood gets its Teeth Kicked In - Good Ones go to War" by Kyle Crichton; "The Three Droll Dukes - New York Boxing Commission" by Dan Parker;)

JANUARY 16 (FRONT COVER = 'American Soldier with a Japanese Flag and Samurai Sword" by E. Franklin Wittmack; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Hunters" part 7 by Mary Hastings Bradley - "Five Who Vanished" part 4 by George F. Worts; SHORT STORY = "Miracle of the Fifteen Murderers" by Ben Hecht - "When the Music Stopped" by Leonora Kaghan - "Marriage Isn't Easy" by Nancy Titus - "The Dark Road" by Elizabeth Foster - "Air Intelligence" by Jack Leonard; ARTICLES = "Congress can Save Itself" by Albert Gore; "Pal of the Puppets - George Pal" by Frank J. Taylor; "King of the Navy - Commander in Chief of the United States Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King; The Roughest thing Afloat - The Corvettes; "Constant Champion - Billiard's Willie Hoppe; the Flying Hawks - Howard Hawks movie "Air Force"; "Muscles for Victory" by Charles R. Walker;)

FEBRUARY 13 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier with Rifle and Hammer" by Jes W. Schlaikjer; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "China Flight" part 2 by Pearl S. Buck - "Five Who Vanished" part 8 by George F. Worts; SHORT STORY = "The Man who Killed Blackbirds" by Sax Rohmer - "Virgie Shanghaies Wainwright" by Frank X. Tolbert - "I'll be for You" by Nancy Titus - "The Forgotten Governor" by Wells Lewis - "Ivy and the Figurin' Man" by Putnam Fennell Jones - "The Semaphore" by Robert S. Mansfield; ARTICLES = "Why Meat Must be Rationed" by Quentin Reynolds; "Where There's a Way - Wooden Boats"; "Oil for the Planes of China -Burma" by Daniel de Luce; "Mission over Kiska" by Corey Ford; Mike Moran's Men - The Cruiser "Boise";)

MARCH 6 (FRONT COVER = "A Blonde and Brunette Women in Uniform" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = China Flight" part 5 by Pearl S. Buck - "Double, Double, Toil and Trouble" part 1 by Lion Feuchtwanger; SHORT STORY = "The Distances of the World" by Michael Foster - "Follow the Leader" by H. Vernor Dixon - "Paycheck" by Ernest Haycox - "Treasure Trail" by John Faulkner - "Safety Shower" by Hugh Pentacost; ARTICLES = "Pay-as-you-go Beardsly Ruml" by Amy Porter; "Underground to Freedom - The French Resistance" by Walter Davenport; "What Happened to Leon Henderson" by George Creel; "Singing Pinch Hitter - The Mets new Soprano Astrid Varnay" by Howard Taubman; What's Cooking in Hollywood - Movie Stars and Their Favorite Recipes;)

MARCH 27 (FRONT COVER = Lieutenant Louise Stewart Marine Corps Woman's Reserve" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "China Flight" part 8 by Pearl S. Buck - "Double, Double, Toil and Trouble" part 4 by Lion Feuchtwanger; SHORT STORY = "Concerning a Woman of Sin" by Ben Hecht - "Those Beautiful Beginnings" by Josephine Bentham - "One Flash of It" by Dorothee Carousso -"A Ship in Norfolk" by Mary Freels Rosborough - "A Hero in the Family" by Robert Shaplen; ARTICLES = "Greek Tragedy -1943" by Nikol Pappas; "Weekend in New York" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Forgotten Front - The Aleutians; "Confessions of a Sourpuss" by Harold L. Ickes; "Globaloney Girl - Clare Boothe Luce" by Frank Gervasi; "Uncle ! Uncle ! - British War Orphans taken care of by Americans" by Walter Davenport;)

MAY 15 (FRONT COVER = Red Cross Nurse; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sound of Revelry" part 3 by Octavus Roy Cohen - "The Girl Left Behind" part 5 by Margaret Culkin Banning; SHORT STORY = "The Noble Fool" by William J. Makin - "The Sometimes Dog" by Vereen Bell - "Geranium Fever" by Michael Drury - "Eighteen in August" by Roma Rose; ARTICLES = "Marriage Under the Microscope" by Gretta Palmer; "Park on a Cloud - Sikorsky and his Helicopter" by Gurney Williams; "These are Your Sons - How they Live Now" by Quentin Reynolds; The Gown Goes to Town - Fashion Designer Rene Hubert; "How We can Help China Fight" by Donald R. Stevenson; "Civil Service Wonderland - Nothing to Do" by Robert Ramspeck; "Fishing with Feathered Lightning - Pato Buso" by Daniel P. Mannix;Great Dane - Victor Borge;"Rebirth of the French Warship - Richelieu" by Frank Gervasi;)

MAY 29 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier with a Monkey on his Shoulder Singing and Playing a Squeezebox" by Jack Sheridan; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sound of Revelry" part 5 by Octavus Roy Cohen - "The Girl Left Behind" part 7 by Margaret Culkin Banning; SHORT STORY = "A House in Barbary Square" by D.K. Findlay - "Sweet and Low Down" by George F. Worts - "My Brother Jake" by Eustace Cockrell - "The Song of Michael Shawn" by Jack Macmurragh; - "The Collaborationist" by Stanislas Brown; ARTICLES = "Thirty Seconds over Tokyo" by Captain Ted W. Lawson; "Municipal Love Affair - The WAAC in Daytona Beach" by Octavus Roy Cohen; "Beware the Black Market - Poison Meat" by Alan Hynd; "Report from Finland" by Therese Bonney; "Acreep in the Deep - The Merchant Marines" by Captain Barbe; "The Ghost of Shakespeare - John Carradine" by Kyle Crichton;)

JUNE 26 (FRONT COVER = Dad showing a Baby his Medal; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sound of Revelry" conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen - "You Can't Escape" part 3 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Sailor, Come Home" by Henry Meade Williams - "Wigwam Blues" by Richard English - "722" by Sam Farnsworth - "Passage to Cathay" by Harold Lamb - "By Bread Alone" by Owen Cameron; ARTICLES = "Children of Mars - Russia's Teenage Fighters" by Quentin Reynolds; "Horne Solo - Lena Horne" by Kyle Crichton; "The Husband Shortage" by Amram Scheinfeld; "I Still Believe in Non-Violence" by Mahatma Ghandi; "Ballots for Britain - British By-Election" by Walter Davenport; "Thirty Seconds over Tokyo" conclusion by Captain Ted W. Lawson; "Everything is Jake - Jake Devers the Commander of the European Theater of Operations; "New Approach to Lasting Peace" conclusion by Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gibson;)

JULY 10 (FRONT COVER = "P.O.W. Lt. Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "Seven Sins" part 2 by Sax Rohmer - "You Can't Escape" part 5 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "The Winners" by Ira Wolfert - "Fate, or Destiny, or Something" by Albert Halper - "The Silver Cross" by Betty de Sherbinin - "Long Arm of the Law" by Michael Drury - "Present for Peggy" by Czenzi Ormonde; ARTICLES = "Presidential Predictions for '44" by George Creel; "Horses don't Stay Home - Gambling Industry" by Kyle Crichton; "Stuttern' Sam - Showgirl Mary Dowell; "The Telltale Eye - Curing Fatigue with Riboflavin; "Japan's Opium Boats" by Robert Bellaire; "Out of Darkness - LaDean Sage' Eyesight Restored" by William F. McDermott; "Behind the Barbed Wire - Treatment of P.O.W.'s" by Jim Marshall;)

JULY 17 (FRONT COVER = American Tank and it's Crew; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Seven Sins" part 3 by Sax Rohmer - "You Can't Escape" part 6 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Shadow of the Gods" Louis Kaye - "The Homecomers" by Ben T. Young - "A Time for Lovers" by Mona Williams - "Don't Say Goodbye" by Leane Zugsmith - "The Eve of Tomorrow" by Octavus Roy Cohen; ARTICLES = "Here Comes Gabriel - Fighting with a Yank Tank Crew" by Frederick C. Painton; "Traitor's Must Die !"  by J. Edgar Hoover and Frederick L. Collins; "Fighters of the Sahara" by Robert Capa; "Microbe Zoo - Nature at Work" by J.D. Ratcliff; "Food for a Ravaged World" by George Creel; "Marriage in a Hurry - How To" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Genleman of Japan - Fifth Columnist Jim Saito" Clark Lee; "The Bronx Express - Yankees Snuffy Stirnweiss;"Why They Hate Washington" by Helena Huntington Smith;)

AUGUST 7 (FRONT COVER = "Girl Taking off her Shoes to Wade in a Fountain" byFrancis Tipton Hunter; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Seven Sins" part 6 by Sax Rohmer - ""Corner of Heaven" part 1 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = "A Left Hand like Charley White" by Robert Griffith - "It's the American's" by dorothy Black - "Officers Ball" by Ernest Haycox - "No Defeat" by Arndt Giusti; ARTICLES = "We Man the Deck Guns" by Ensign Robert C. Ruark; "Our New Weapon - Speaking Japanese" by Roscoe Fleming; "Secretary of War - Henry L. Stimson" by George Creel; "We are Ready with Gas - If the Germans Want to Play that Way" by Jim Marshall; "Wartime Joy Riders - Hazards of Travel" by William F. McDermott; "A Russian Family - Not tthat Different" by Quentin Reynolds; "The New Penny - and How it Grew" by Kyle Crichton;)

AUGUST 14 (FRONT COVER = "Navy Cross Winner Chief Shipfitter George D. Etcell" by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Seven Sins" part 7 by Sax Rohmer - ""Corner of Heaven" part 2 by Kathleen Norris; SHORT STORY = ""It isn't Just Us" by Victoria Lincoln - "Reno Interlude" byEthel Loban - "Like a Soldier" by John Wells - "Going Up ?" by Seth Babits; ARTICLES = "Unite for Peace Now !" by Carl A. Hatch; "The Americas - Partners in Enterprise" by Eric A. Johnston; "Blasting a Road to Rome" by Frank Gervasi; "Our Ariel Spies - Britain's Focus Cat" by Captain Arthur Gordon of the Eighth U.S. Air Force; "How to Force a Beachhead" by Hanson W. Baldwin; "The Swedes Make the Best of It" by Therese Bonney; "Front and Center - Medals Ceremony" by Frank D. Morris; "Murder she Says - Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison" by Jerry D. Lewis;)

AUGUST 28 (FRONT COVER = "American Sargeant in Front of a Bullet Riddled Poster of Duce" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Corner of Heaven" part 4 by Kathleen Norris - "The Wild Bunch" part 1 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = ""Never Trust a Shy Man" by Elsie Taye - "Four Brothers" by Walter HavigHurst - "The Phantom Butler" by Isabel Scott Rorick - "The Time Eddie Talked" by Edmund S. Fish; ARTICLES = "While Rome Burned" by Quentin Reynolds; "They Didn't know What hit Them - Skip Bombing" by Henry F. Pringle; "A Ship is Born - The Liberty Ship Robert J. Collier" by Josef Israels ll; "Doctors at Sea" by Rear Admiral Charles M. Oman; "Ladies of Congress" by Amy Porter; "Fifteen Hours with Winston Churchill" by Clare Sheridan; "Dig the Grave Deep - Planned Butchery in the Balkans" by Frank Gervasi;)

SEPTEMBER 4 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier in the Middle of the Chaos of War" by Jes Schlaikjer; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Corner of Heaven" part 5 by Kathleen Norris - "The Wild Bunch" part 2 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "It Takes Two to make a Hero" by Francis Iles - "Pickle Lugger" by Richard Sale - "I Love my Draft Board" by Barbara Dickinson - "A Lass and a Lack" by Octavus Roy Cohen; ARTICLES = "Three Seconds to Fight in P-38s" by Captain Newell O Roberts; "Welles Wonderland - Orson Welles and The Mercury Wonder Show" James F. Denton and Kyle Crichton; "Crisis in Coal" by Harold L. Ickes; "The Great American Succor - Twenty Years ago Helping Japan after an Earthquake" by Walter Davenport; "One Wing and a Prayer - One Armed Fielder Pete Gray" by William A. Jones and Harman W. Nichols; "Flu is Through - Navt Developes Flu Serum" by John Moreland;)

SEPTEMBER 18 (FRONT COVER = "American Sargeant smoking a Hooka Pipe" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Corner of Heaven" part 7 by Kathleen Norris - "The Wild Bunch" part 4 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "Heel of Honesty" by Stanley Frank - "Herman the Sherman" by Ben Merson - "Hurry-Up Charlie" by Kathryn Forbes - "Not to Forget" by Edward and Rose Price - "Hero's Son" by Jacland Marmur; ARTICLES = "Race Riots Coming - and Nothing Being Done" by Walter Davenport; "They Saw Hamburg Dir" by Walter Taub; "How Equal are Women ?" by Amram Scheinfeld; "Paratroopers behind Nazi Lines - Sicilian Offensive" by Robert Devore; "The Dean Murder Case - Dizzy Dean Murders the English Language" by Bill McGoonan and Kyle Crichton; "Invasion Gun - The Sten" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw:)

SEPTEMBER 25 (FRONT COVER = "General Dwight D. Eisenhower" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike: SERIAL = "Corner of Heaven" part 8 by Kathleen Norris - "The Wild Buch" part 5 by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "The Pink Hussar" by Ben Hecht - "Fisherman's Luck" by Jacland Marmur - "Married Ones are Best" by Eleanor Kelly Sellars - "Revenge" by John O'Hara; ARTICLES = "With Eisenhower in Sicily" by John Gunther; "The Destruction of Germany - U.S. Air Force and the R.A.F." by W.B. Courtney; Miss Subways - New York Beauty Contest; "Nichevo means "So What !" in Russian" by Quentin Reynolds; "Eve Curie - Daughter of One of the World's Immortals" by Amy Porter; "Transatlantic Call" by Carl Sandburg;)

OCTOBER 2 (FRONT COVER = "Coporal Edward B. Malinay rescuing Corporal Donald Kearns" by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Corner of Heaven" conclusion by Kathleen Norris - "The Wild Bunch" conclusion by Ernest Haycox; SHORT STORY = "No Enemy But Time" by Victoria Lincoln - "By Tellygraft" by Thomas H. Raddall - "The Light Duty Marine" byFrank X. Tolbert - "Loser takes All" by M.J. Gaffney - "Crazy Marriage" by Will F. Jenkins; ARTICLES = "Flying Through Hell - Raid Against Ploesti" by Frank Gervasi; "This Is Sicily" by Quentin Reynolds; "How to Treat Defeated Germany" by Emil Ludwig; "War Prophet  - Max Werner" by Amy Porter; General Motors Musical Revue "It's Only the Beginning; "Border to Border on Bootleg Gas - Mexico to Canada" by Mark Miller;)

OCTOBER 9 (FRONT COVER = "Young Woman Leaning to Can Tomatoes" by Henry Sutter; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Nobody Lives Forever" part 1 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "Crusader" by Stuart Cloete - "Reading from Left to Right" by Elsie Taye - "Feather Merchant" by Harry Sylvester - "Lay Your Bibles Down" by James Street - "There's Only One Man" by Leslie Gordon Barnard; ARTICLES = "Young Salts, Ahoy ! - Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, Long Island" by Jim Marshall; "The Luftwaffe's Last Stand" by Frank Gervasi; "Minutemen against Infantile Paralysis" by J.D. Ratcliff; "Baseball's Billy the Kid - St. Louis Cardinals Billy Southworth" by Charles Dexter; "Fitting All Figures - Women's Clothing Industry" by Harry Henderson and San Shaw; "Flycatcher - Signal Officer Johnny Clarke bringing Planes to Aircraft Carrier Flight Deck" by Frank D. Morris;)

OCTOBER 23 (FRONT COVER = "Vice Rear Admiral John Sidney McCain" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Nobody Lives Forever" part 3 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "The Halls of Montezuma" by Harry Sylvester - "Lafe and the Gentle Bull" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Orange Blossoms in Springfirld" by PVT. Jerry Davis - "The Return of John" by Mary Garrison; ARTICLES = "With Montgomery in Italy" by Frank Gervasi; "Action This Day" part 2 by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman; Terpsichore and Old Lace - Broadway Play "The Merry Widow"; "Bloody Salerno" by Quentin Reynolds; "Navy Air Boss - Admiral John Sidney McCain" by Kyle Crichton; Rome's Black Monday - Visit from Pope Pius the Twelfth;)

OCTOBER 30 (FRONT COVER = "American Sargeant trying to eat Rice with Chopsticks" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Nobody Lives Forever" conclusion by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "People like Jo" by Mosser Mauger - "Lady Square" by Richard English - "Mountain in the Sun" by Michael Foster - "Final Letter" by John Wells; ARTICLES = "Revenge in Poland" by Mr. B. as told to George Creel; "Surprise Party" - Bombing the Japs on Marcus Island; "The Fascist Way in Argentina" by Edward Tomlinson; WACS in Africa - a Photo Essay; "Action This Day" part 3 by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman; "Wet and Dry School - Discussions about Alcohol at Yale;)

NOVEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Soldiers Ready to Jump from Airplane; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Hotel Berlin - 1943" part 3 by Vicki Baum; SHORT STORY = "She Looked like an Angel" by Margaret widdemer - "Word from Sicily" by Walter Havighurst - "Home Again" by Lucian Cary - "A Killer at Two Trees" by Kenneth Gilbert - "George is a Noble Guy" Will F. Jenkins; ARTICLES = "Debut in Battle - New Aircraft Carrier and Crew on Their First Hot Mission" by Frank D. Morris; "Gunners Green Pastures - U.S. Fortress Crews in a Manor on the Thames" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Rumba One Man - Xavier Cugat" by Dorothy Kilgallen; "Christianity Must Go ! says Japan" by Robert Bellaire; "Action This Day" conclusion by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman; "New Frontier - The Pacific Northwest" by Lawrence Drake;)

DECEMBER 4 (FRONT COVER = "Lt. General Mark W. Clark" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Hotel Berlin - 1943" conclusion by Vicki Baum; SHORT STORY = "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean" by Charles Robbins - "Another Woman" by Dorothy Black; "Widow's Mite" by Jack Macmurraugh - "The Statue in the Fog" by Stanley F. Donath - "Messina" byPhilip Talt; ARTICLES = "G.I. Babies -Boom in Births" by Helena Huntington Smith; Letters from a General - Lt. General Clark writes to his Wife; "Oil from Coal - A Must for America" by Harold L. Ickes; "They Brought me back Alive - Wild Animals from Mexico" by Jule Mannix; "Kate the Great - Katherine Hepburn" by Kyle Crichton; "Army by Airmail" by George Johnston;)

1944

JANUARY 1 (FRONT COVER = Blonde Woman with Baubles in her Hair; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Romance in the First Degree" conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "A is for Annabelle" by Norbert Davis - "The Lend Lease Christmas Tree" by James Atlee Phillips - "Bomber's Moon" by Mona Williams - "Rendezvous" by C.S. Forester - "Hash Mark" by John McNulty; ARTICLES = "Hitler's Bomed-Outers" by Ernest Zaugg; "One World - One Market" by Maxwell S. Stewart; "Bendix the Magnificent - William Bendix" by Dugal O'liam; "Our Unsung Admiral - Raymond A. Spruance" by Frank D. Morris; "Women's Fashion - Hair Baubles" by Anne Sinclair; "Murder Inc. - Training at Camp Lee" by J.d. Ratcliff;)

JANUARY 22 (FRONT COVER = Woman with Red Head Scarf being Snowed On; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Woman in the Picture" part 3 by John August; SHORT STORY = "Alex in Wonderland" by M.J. Gaffney - "The Empress was a Lady" by Albert Richard Wetjen - "Shivaree before Breakfast" by Jessamyn West - "No Seperate Piece" by Louis Redfield Peattie - "Four Words" by Norma Bicknell Mansfield; ARTICLES = "Death before Life - The Abortion Racket" by Vera Connolly; "Balkan Time Bomb" by Frank Gervasi; "The Rise of the Rocket" by G. Edward Pendray and Jacques Martial; "This is Cheesecake" by Kyle Crichton; "Convoy Away ! - Miracle of EfficientOrganization" by Walter Davenport; The Bazooka's Home Town - Dixon Illinois; "Song in her Heart - Jane Frman" by Arthur Mann; "Slaughter on Eighth Avenue - Stillman's Gym" by Dan Parker;)

FEBRUARY 12 (FRONT COVER = Brunette in a Halter Top; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "War Wedding" by Margaret Culkin Banning - SHORT STORY = "The Lacework Kid" by Damon Runyon - "When you come Home" by Ware Torrey Budlong - "A Boy ain't a Man" by John Randolph Phillips - "The Crazy McCaffreys" by M.J. Gaffney - "Paul's Present" by Kurt Steel; ARTICLES = "Alexander the Modest - General Sir Harold Alexander" by Frank Gervasi; "Why I am for MacArthur" by Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg; "Women's Fashion - More Halters" by Ruth Carson; "The Face of Lincoln - with 2-pages of Photos" by Carl Sandburg; "Go Get a Jap for Me ! - Home Town Folks Have Changed" by Corey Ford;)

FEBRUARY 26 (FRONT COVER = Joan Leslie as a U.S. Cadet Nurse; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "War Wedding" conclusion by Margaret Culkin Banning; SHORT STORY = "Beyond Price" by Grace Flandrau - "Pinch Me if I'm Dreaming" by Frederick Laing - "Easy Does It" by Everrett and Olga Webber - "Hello, Darling" by James Ramsey Ullman - "The Old Sarge" by Lucy C. Bush; ARTICLES = "Miracle Ship - Story of the Unsinkable 'New Orleans'" by Jim Marshall; "War Below Zero - Battle for Greenland" part 2 by Bernt Balchen and Corey Ford; "The French Fight for Rome" by Frank Gervasi; "Just Look at Agnes - dancer Agnes de Mille" by Amy Porter; "Captain Bong comes Home - Small Town Hero from Superior, Wisconsin" by Kyle Crichton; "Calamity from Kentucky - Basketball Coach Edgar A. Diddle" by Robert Andrews;)

MARCH 4 (FRONT COVER = Lt. General Alexander A. Vandegrift; BACK COVER AD = Camels; SERIAL = "I Hate Actors" part 1 by Ben Hecht; SHORT STORY = ""Bad Dream" by Isabel Scott Rorick - "The Prize" by Edwin Lanham - "Partners in Blue" by George Harmon Coxe - "Comeback" by David Vern; ARTICLES = "The Mysterious Gerald Smith - Rabble Rousing Reverend" by Walter Davenport; "Skyway Markers for You - Plans to Make Flying as Simple as Driving" Robert De Vore; "Women's Fashion - Black Market as in Lingerie" by Ruth Carson; "Children are Soldiers, Too - London's Heroic Kids" by Martha Gellhorn; "Your Change Madam ! - Hard to Produce Food Tokens" by Henry F. Pringle; "War Below Zero - Battle for Greenland" conclusion by Bernt Balchen and Corey Ford; 'Little No-Shirt - 10-year old Beatien Yazz a Navajo Artist;)

MARCH 11 (FRONT COVER = Cordell Hull; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "I Hate Actors" part 2 by Ben Hecht: SHORT STORY = "The Prophet of Lake Street" by Albert Halper - "Going to Run All Night" by Harry Sylvester - "The Hill of Beans" by Louise Kennedy Marie - "And Call to Luck" by L.L. Foreman; ARTICLES = "The War on Cordell Hull" by George Creel; "Allied Military Government's Italian Headache" by Frank Gervasi; "The Superbug - Cockroach" byEdwin Way Teale; "New Orleans Cleans House - Spread of Venereal Disease" by J.D. Ratcliff; "Lawrence inAmerica - Gertrude Lawrence" by Dorothy Kilgallen;)

MARCH 25 (FRONT COVER = Canadian WAC in Front of a Maple Leaf; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "I Hate Actors" part 4 by Ben Hecht; SHORT STORY = The Whistle in the Hills" by Edwin Lanham - "The Goose with the Golden Eyes" by Eli Waldron - "Well, Forget It" by William Porter - "Change for Twenty" by Kurt Steel - "The Temple Thing" William B. Barrett; ARTICLES = "Invasion Lies - A Warning for Americans" by Sigrid Schultz; "Bull Ballet - Alberto Torres at New York's Havana-Madrid Night Club"; "The First American Saint - Mother Cabrini" by Jim Marshall; "Recipe for Survival - When you have to Abandon Ship" by Commander William C. Chambliss;"Hatchet Day for the Dutch - Ready to Rise against the Nazis" by Martha Gellhorn;)

APRIL 1 (FRONT COVER = Sailor Looking at a Baby in a Nurses Arms; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "I Hate Actors" conclusion by Ben Hecht; SHORT STORY = "He set the Horns Ablowing" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts - "A Date in Bethesda" by Pat Frank - "A Man of Twelve" by W.G. Hardy - "The Call of the Soil" by Albert Halper - "A Favor for a Friend" by Roma Rose; ARTICLES = "Report from Germany - The Nazis Prepare for Civil War" by Oscar Jacobi; "There's Another War - Army Medics Fight Disease" by Alfred Toombs; "Balkan Escape - 30 Americans Escape the Nazis Hunting Them" by Amy Porter; "Homemade Legs - Cheesecake Artist Zoe Mozert uses Herself as Model" by Kyle Crichton; "Hallelujah in Boom Town - Detroit's Evangelists" by Brewster Campbell and James Pooler;)

APRIL 8 (FRONT COVER = Woman in a Easter Hat; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Escape from Beauty" part 1 by Peter Paul O'mara; SHORT STORY = "Naval Engagement" by Royal Brown - "Once and for All" by L.L. Foreman - "Night Call" by Mildred Walker - "On Time" John O'Hara; ARTICLES = "MIssion for Miss Stark - Britain's Ambassador to the Arabs" by Amy Porter; "Invasion - What it was Like to Invade Europe" by Quentin Reynolds; Women's Fashion - Blossoming Out Easter Hats; "Sepia St. George - New York's new Boxing Commisssioner" by Dan Parker; "The Golden Sky Hook - United States Army World Airways" by Jim Bishop; "The Man Germany Hates the Most - R.A.F. Bomber Force Commander Sir Arthur Harris" by W.B. Courtney;)

APRIL 22 (FRONT COVER = Ziegfield Follies Girl - Felice Ingersoll; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Escape from Beauty" part 3 by Peter Paul O'Mara; SHORT STORY = "Tomorrow is a Lovely Day" Alec Rackowe - "A Present from K.O. Scott - "Robert Griffith - "Appointment in Khartoum" by Beryl Markham - "And on the Double" by Meyer Levin; ARTICLES = "The Jew as a Soldier" by Frank Gervasi; "Higher and Faster - Jet Propulsion Airplane of the Future" by Robert DeVore; "Gover for President - Mr. Bowen Gover" by Walter Davenport; "Let's go Fishin'" by Herbert Hoover; "Beautiful Ballerina - Irina Baronova" by Kyle Crichton; "Nurses with Wings - In Combat Zones in South Pacific" by Marion Porter; "Are We Losing the Peace ?" by Joseph H. Ball;)

APRIL 29 (FRONT COVER = "General henry H. Arnold" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Escape fron Beauty" conclusion by Peter Paul O'Mara; SHORT STORY = "The Voice of the Turtle" by John van Druten - "My Cousin Louie, the Explorer" by Albert Halper - "One by Land" by Eustace Cockrell - "Beyond the Call of Duty" by Rose Ruch; ARTICLES = "Let's Train our Youth Now" by Frank Knox the Sercetary of the Navy; "Why our Ships go Through" by Henry F. Pringle; "Don't Call "em Hoss Oprys - Western Movie Producer Harry Sherman; "Barnum and Brady - Photographer for Barnum Side Show in the 1860's - 3-pages of Photos";)

MAY 6 (FRONT COVER = Tamara Toumanovain a Russian Sniper Uniforn; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Come and be Hanged !" part 1 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "The Question" by Henry Meade Williams - "The Girl for Him" by Dorothea Malm - "The Mirror" by Gladys Schmitt - "No Sentiment in the Army" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; ARTICLES = "When will Rationing End ?" by Chester Bowles - "Rescue at 61' 30' by Navy and Army -Downed Navy Bomber in Quebec" by Major Thomas H. Moriarty; "Helping Hands and Feet - St. Albans Naval Hospital on Long Island" by Stanley Frank; "The Ordeal of Lenengrad" by Vera Inber; "Ten-Percenter - Show Business Agent William Shiffrin" by Amy Porter; "Visit Italy - Mountain Fighting" by Martha Gellhorn;)

MAY 13 (FRONT COVER = Major Juanita Redmond; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = ""Come and be Hanged !" part 2 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "The Comb" by Helen Hedrick - "What Mad Pursuit" by W.K. Knickmeyer - "The Prodigy" by Geodge - "Take Me Back" by Fane Merriman Horton - "The Devil with Harry" by Ernest Lehman; ARTICLES = "Rescue from Truk" by Lt. Robert Giroux; "Get Out and Stay Out ! - Breaking Nazi grip on South American Aviation" by Edward Tomlinson; "Invasion Weather - Navy Aerologists" by Commander Howard T. Orville; "Inside Stuff - Artist Daisy Stilwell poking Fun at the Medical Profession"; "Free for All - New York Public Library's Room 118 for Scholars" by David O. Woodbury and R.R. Hawkins; "Everybody's Night Club - The Hollywwod Palladium" by Jim Marshall;)

MAY 20 (FRONT COVER = "Two Female Coast Guard in Uniform" by John J. Floherty Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Come and be Hanged !" conclusion by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORIE = "Mama is not Herself" by D.V. Fahey - "The Cencho" by George C. Appell - "Lonesome Man" by Fred Gipson - "The Call" by Zachary Gold - ""soldier's Son" by Duane Decker; ARTICLES = "Why I Support Roosevelt" by Senator Alben W. Barkley; "Casey Jones goes to War - U.S. Military Railway Service" by Amy Porter; "It's in the Cards - the U.S. Census Bureau" by Amram Scheinfeld; "Joe and Uta - Jose Ferrerand Uta Hagen in Broadway's "Othello" with Paul Robeson"; "Peace Comes to Uman" by David M. Nichol;)

MAY 27 (FRONT COVER = Young Couple in Bathing Suits Pulling a Net Filled with Fish; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Change of Heart" part 1 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Straight Answer" by Hope Hale - "Horsemen Never Smoke" by George S. Brooks - "Young Man in a Hurry" by Thomas Bell - "Runaway Home" by Owen Cameron - "Better then a Carnation" by Irene Kittle; ARTICLES = "Here we go Again ! - Bootleggers, Highjacking and Moonshine" by Herbert Asbury; "Missing" part 1 by Lt. Tom Harmon; "Guns for Invasion - Weapons will Win the War" by Quentin Reynolds - "The Army Changes Men" by Leo Cherne; "Pretty Kitty - Skunks as Pets" by Jule Junker Mannix;)

JUNE 3 (FRONT COVER = Nurses Memorial in Arlington National Cemetary; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Change of Heart" part 2 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Two of a Kind" by H. Vernor Dixon - "The Little More" by Katharine Dunlap - "Blueprint of Love" by Richard Stern - "Yellow Color Suit" by Bernice Kelly Harris - "Mr. Wilcox takes a Walk" by Dan Wickenden; ARTICLES = "Free Speech and Mr. Davis - The Office of War Information" by Walter Davenport; "Doomsday in Hungary" by Aldo Forte; "Silent Invasion - Gliders of the Army Air Forces" by Frederick R. Neely; Show Girl Show Off - Broadway Costume Designer Miles White; "King of the Keglers - Ned Day the National Match Champion" by Herbert Asbury; "Missing" part 2 by Lt. Tom Harmon;)

JUNE 10 (FRONT COVER = Mei-Ling Foo in a Chinese Army Private Uniform; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Change of Heart" part 3 by Faith Bladwin; SHORT STORY = "Born to Lead" by John Reese - "Asphodel"by Edwin Lanham - "Flower of Love" by Helen Hedrick - "The Heart is a Muscle" by Virginia Lee - "Music of Little Bells" by Eli Waldron; ARTICLE = "Inside Germany Today" by Ralph Heinzen; "We Need More Airships" by Rear Admiral C.E. Rosendahl as told to Kyle Crichton; "Gorgeous Okie - Celeste Holm" by George Armstrong; "Job for a Lady - Detroit's Women Police Battle Girl Delinquency" by Vera Connolly; "Where Invasions are Born" by Jim Marshall; "The Frustrated Engineer - Philip K. Wrigley" by Jim Bishop; "Ralph Hanks Day - Carrier Pilot Brought Down Five Jap Zero's in his First Combat Action" by Frank D. Morris;)

JUNE 17(FRONT COVER = Kay Guier of the Diamond Horseshoe Chorus; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Change of Heart" part 4 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Parson Sand's Miracle" by Barbara Webb - "The Bright Land" by Walter Havighurst - "Courage isn't Everything" by George Harmon Coxe - "The Malignant Matress" by Hilda Cole Espy - "For Some We Loved" by Owen Cameron; ARTICLES = "Wallace Rides Again - Vice President Linig up Votes" by George Creel; "The Voice of China - Chungking Radio" by Harrison Forman; "Star Merchants - Show Business Talent Scouts" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Chicken Wire Chemistry - Natural Gas" by J.D. Ratcliff; "The Bomber Boys - R.A.F. Lancaster Crews" by Martha Gellhorn;)

JUNE 24 (FRONT COVER = Sgt. John Basilone - Congressional Medal of Honor; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Change of Heart" conclusion by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Kentucky Code" by Nick Boddie Williams - "In Joy and in Sorrow" by Norma Bicknell Mansfield - "The Whip Hand" by Raoul Shumacher - "Payment Overdue" by Mitchell Wilson - "The Warrior" - Charles Trieschmann; ARTICLES = "My Friend Tom Dewey" by Hickman Powell; "A Million Starve - South China" by George E. Adams; "Stretching our Rubber - Amazon Valley" by Edward Tomlinson; "Cave-in - Pittston, Pennslyvania is Sinking"; "Women's Fashion - Beauty on the Beach" by Ruth Carson; "Help for Hero Wings - Safety Measures" by W.B. Courtney; "Languages are War Weapons" by Forbes Parkhill;)

JULY 1 (FRONT COVER = A WAVE Blowing a Kiss; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Wings of Fear" part 1 by Mignon G. Eberhart; SHORT STORY = "The Flight" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts - "The Magnolia Tree" by Lael Laird - "The Right Age" by Elsie Taye - "Thank You for Waiting" by Hilda Sidney; ARTICLES =  "Puppets in Politics - Bill and Cora Baird bring their Puppetry to the Movies" by Amy Porter; "Gingenuity - U.S. Superweapon" by W.B. Courtney; WAVE Workout - Navy Figure Fixers; "Can the G.O.P. Win ?" by Elmo Roper and Walter Davenport; "Henrici's the Famed Eating Place in the Chicago Loop"; "Postcards from Italy - Life for our Soldiers in Italy" by Martha Gellhorn; "The Filipinos Fight On" by Royal Arch Gunnison;)

JULY 29 (FRONT COVER = Aina Constant in the Uniform of a WREN Officer ; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Danger in Paradise" part 1 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "Artist's Muddle" by Robert Carson - "Heat Wave" by Mona Williams - "One Hand for Beginners" by Paul Gallico - "The Horse Next Door" by Cleve Cartmill - "The Waqy it Is" by Morton Thompson; ARTICLES = "Hell for Hirohito - B-29 Pilot on the Bombing of Yawata" by Captain Robert Copley; "On the Victory Tide - Flood of Supplies and Men to Europe from England" by W.B. Courtney; "Mr. Roosevelt's friend Sidney Hillman" by Walter Davenport; "Country Auction - Rice Brothers Farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvannia" by Kyle Crichton; "Hangdog Herrenvolk - Too Young or to Old Nazis" by Martha Gekkhorn; "The Strange Case of Paul McNutt the Head of the War Manpower Commission" by George Creel; "I Rode a German Raider - My Time in a German POW Camp" by Frank Vicovari as told to Lucian Cary; "Nifty Naiad - Champion Swimmer Brenda Helser" by Dugal O'Liam;)

AUGUST 12 (FRONT COVER = Man playing a Drum for a Girl in a Bikini on the Beach; BACK COVER AD - Chesterfield Cigarettes with Carole Landis; SERIAL = "Danger in Paradise" part 3 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "All the Other Things" by Elsie Taye - "A Child Shall Lead" by Charles O. Gorhan - " Melody in G.I." by Richard English - "Old Butch" by Nick Boddie Williams - "A Kind of Love Story" by Zachary Gold; ARTICLES = "The 100 Hours - The Beachhead at Normandy" by W.B. Courtney; "Arctic Rendezvous - Pilot Heroes of the Soviet Union" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "The Case for Poland" by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk - Prime Minister of Poland; "Battle at Saipan" by Frank D. Morris; "The Batter Half - Women's Champion Softball" by Aaron Davidson; "A Princess gets them Jobs - Viola Ilma gets Troubled Youths Jobs"; "The Man Stands Firm ! - War Labor Boss Bill Davis"; "They're Off ! - World Famous Harness Race the Hambletonian";)

SEPTEMBER 16 (FRONT COVER = "Woman with arms Around a Navy Pilot" by Lt. Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Earth and High Heaven" conclusion by Gwethalyn Graham; SHORT STORY = "Corsair - Win, Place or Show" by Howard Breslin - "On Borrowed Youth" by Mary Lowry Ross - "The Beautiful Burial of Uncle Joe" by Eli Waldron - "So Right for Laura" by George Harmon Coxe - "Maybe Tomorrow" by Lucy C. Bush; ARTICLES = "Cowardice at Chicago - Both Parties Prepare for WOrld War lll' by Wendell L. Willkie; "The Actor who doesn't Care - Barry Fitzgerald"; "Break Through for Paris - American Blitzkreig" by W.B. Courtney; "At Last you Have Come !" - the U.S. Army in the Riviera" by Frank Gervasi; "Global Gazette - G.I.'s magazine Yank" by Ashton Reid; "All American Mermaids - Future Female Olympic Stars"; "The Private Life of the Arctic Tern" by Niska Elwell; "Guerrilla Girl - One Greek Girl with 2,000 Greek Guerrilla Fighters" by Charles Lanius;Condition; Very Good; Price = $20.00)

OCTOBER 21 (FRONT COVER = " American G.I. riding a Decked Out Elephant" by Arthur Smith; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Perilous Holiday" part 1 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = "The Night of Pentagon" by Ruth Hamilton - "Over the Top of the World" by Hans Ruesch - "Teeky and the Dog Days" by Alberts Pierson Hannum - "Like in a Dream" by Robert Griffith - "Letter of Reference" by Anne Homer Warner; ARTICLES = "G.I. Divorce Dangers" by Harold M. Wayne; "Japs don't Want to Die" by John Beaufort and Clinton Green; "They'll Fight Again - Wounded Air Force Men" by Quentin Reynolds; "Thunder Bums - Thunderbolts rip up German Tiger Tanks" by W.B. Courtney; "Baruch on Postwar Prospects" by George Creel; "Swamp Angels - They Patrol the Grand Chenier, Louisiana; "Watch for Bacall - Lauren Bacall" by Kyle Crichton;)

1945

FEBRUARY 3 (FRONT COVER = Joy Flower in the Uniform of the Australian Women's Field Service; BACK  COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Maiden with Butterflies" part 2 by Tim Powers; SHORT STORY = "The House in the Woods" by Rachel Maddux - "A Thousand Songs of Love" by George Weston - "The Wonderful Dream of Sergeant O'Neil" by William L. Worden - "The Mayor and the Peasant" by Emmanuel Winters - "Johnny's Gal" by Jean Kinkead; ARTICLES = "The Battle for Spain - Civil War still Ongoing" by Ted Allan; "Can China Unite ?" by Mark Gayn; "The President and the Press" by Walter Davenport; Women's Fashion - California Open Work; "Wild Boar Hunt - the Great Smokies";)

FEBRUARY 17 (FRONT COVER = "Abraham Lincoln" by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Story of Jenny Wingate" part 1 by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "The Answer" by Zachary Gold - "Love in his Pocket" by Ware Torrey Budlong - "Easy Street" by Eileen Davis - "The Barrier" by Francis Malm - "Home Town Decision" by Robert Griffith; ARTICLES = "You too can Capture a Jap" by Quentin Reynolds; "Russia VS Britain in the Mediterranean" by Frank Gervasi; "Journey into France" by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman; "Somewhere We'll Find You - Downed Pilots in the Himalayas" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain;)

MARCH 10 (FRONT COVER = Mary Elliott with a Husky; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Story of Jenny Wingate" conclusion by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "The Cancellation" by Betty Smith - "God to the Ants" by Sylvia Jacobs - ""There was a Princess" by Owen Cameron - "Something on Account" by Fane Merriman Horton - "A Present for Miguel" by Mary Lee Emerson; ARTICLES = "Shi Boom - North Conway, New Hampshire" by Andre Fontaine; "Stalin's Plans for Germany" by Ella Winter; "Weather out of a Box - Radiosonde"; "Our Second Chance for Peace" by Joseph H. Ball; "We Lived to Tell - POW's in Davao" by Captains Gene Dale, John Morrett and Bert Schwarz; "Life Begins in a Test Tube - Hope for Childless Couples" by Joan Younger;)

MARCH 24 (FRONT COVER = "WAVE on the arm of an Officer" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Love has no Alibi" part 2 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "Elephants with Skirts" by Sarah Litsey - "Go to Sleep" by Edwin Lanham - "Hi ! Sarge !" by Georges Carousso - "Gentleman's Town" by Felix Noland - "White Man's Burden" by Robert Carson; ARTICLES = "Flight to Freedom - Winter Walk to Sweden"; "G.I. Hamlet - Shakespeare for Soldier Boys with Maurice Evans" by Quentin Reynolds; "Liberation at Amiens" by W.B. Courtney and Betty Winkler; "The Farmers they Fly High - Oklahoma Farmers take to the Sky" by Elizabeth Coulson; "England and the Boys" by Archbishop Frances J. Spellman;)

MARCH 31 (FRONT COVER = Young Girl telling a Young Boys Fortune; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Figure Skater Donna Atwood; SERIAL = "Love has no Alibi" part 3 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "The Sound of Applause" by Ernest Lehman - "Person to Person" by Nancy Lyon - "The Nephew" by Eli Waldron - "Home is the Sailor" by Harry Sylvester - "Leave in London" by Lt. Commander McClain; ARTICLES = "I Meet the Front Line Russians" by Lillian Hellman; "Men and Guns at Iwo Jima" by Walter Davenport; "Brithers of the Broom - Curling" by Don Dornbrook; "Storm over Alaska - Government Accused of Giving it back to the Indians" by Kyle Crichton; "Jungle Express - U.S. Army in Bengal and Assam fixing Railroads" by Ralph Coniston; "Battle of the Airports in America" by Robert Bellaire;)

APRIL 7 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier and Family in Church" by Elmore Brown; BACK COVER AD - Coke; SERIAL = "Love has no Alibi" conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "I'll Wear my Yellow Dress" by Willard H. Temple - "The Welsh are Like That" by Emmanuel Winters - "Only Yesterday" by Nancy Pope - ""Earlier than she Thought" by Mosser Mauger - "First Job" by Zachary Gold; ARTICLES = "Repelled at Miami Beachhead - Gold Coast Real Estate Racketeers" by John Maloney; "Export or Die ! - We Need to keep Great Britain Strong" by Edward P. Morgan; "The Voice of the Martyrs - Europe in Ashes" by Reverend A Livingston Warnshuis; "No Hook, Line or Sinker - Natures Fishermen" by Bill Wolf; "The Burning of Manila" by Royal Arch Gunnison; "Sing out, Sweet Land - Broadway Show" by Ulrich Calvosa; "Push Button Heat - Controlled Heat Need not be a Dream";)

APRIL 21 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier at Rest with Coffee and Doughnuts on his Bayonet" by E.M. Jackson; BACK COVER = Missing: Serial = "Darling, This is Death" part 2 by Dana Chambers; SHORT STORY = Clemetina" by Edwin Lanham - "Gangway for Gabriel" by Ed Zern - "The Monument" by Eli Waldron - "Orders from Hollywood" by Isabella Taves - "A Long Wat to Go" by Richard B. Gehman; ARTICLES = "The Cost of Lasting Peace" by Harold E. Stassen; "Nazi Nest Eggs in Argentina" by Stanley Ross; "San Francisco's Pride and Joy - Cable Cars" by Dugal O'liam; "Life with Oscar - Oscar Serlin the Movie Producer" by Arthur Mann; "When the Girls Come Home - Armed Service Women" by Ruth Carson; "Readin', Writin' and No Strikin' - National Maritime Union school for Members" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw;)

MAY 12 (FRONT COVER = Secretary of State Edward R. Stettinius Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Camel with 5-panel Comic Strip; SERIAL = "Sentimental Weekend" part 1 by Elizabeth Dunn; SHORT STORY = "When Leo came Marching Home" by S.L. Gomberg - "The Trout" by Sean O'Faolain - "As Good as Joe" by Georges Carousso - "The Gaucho Proud" by Mary Main - "A Penny Saved is not Much" by Norbert Davis; ARTICLES = "Why you don't get Meat - Rationing" by W.B. Courtney; "China can also Help Us - Industrialization" by Donald M. Nelson; "How Superman Died - The Smashed Cities Show How" by Robert Richards; "Platinum Plated Pitchman - Mike Todd" by John Chapman; "Dream Weapon - Electric Brain For Guns" by J.D. Ratcliff;)

JUNE 23 (FRONT COVER = Young Girl Holding a Trophy beside her Horse; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Woman at Bay" conclusion by George Harmon Coxe; SHORT STORY = "The Hero and the Heroine" by Robert Carson - ""Fan's Daughter" by Norma Bicknell Mansfiels - "In the Neighborhood" by Edwin Lanham - "Checher Playing Fool" by Dave Grubb - "Goodbye, Gertrude" by Owen Cameron; ARTICLES = "Chaplin Courageous - Padre O'Callahan and his Faith saved the Carrier Franklin" by Quentin Reynolds; "Dachau - Experimental Murder" by Martha Gellhorn; ""Swamis Beside the Potomac - Washington Fortune Tellers" by Mona Gardner; "God's Angry Woman - Columnist Dorothy Thompson";)

JULY 7 (FRONT COVER = "Various Arms of the Armed Forces marching under the American Flag" by Charles Hawes; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "Odds Against the Girl" part 2 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "First Blood" by James Atlee Phillips - "Part in a Play" by Irwin Shaw - "Garden Party" by Richard Stern - "Evie" by Edwin Lanham - "McMichael and the Wee Folk" by Charles O. Gorham; ARTICLES = "Germany our Greatest Gamble - Need for a Philosophy of Conquest" by Russell W. Davenport; "Dawn Over Denmark - Freedom Fighters Saw their Duty and Did It" by Walter Taub; "Self Made Starlet - Julie Gibson" by Henry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Don't Count China Out" by Lt. General Albert C. Wedemeyer; "This Peace Must Last" by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman; "Better than the Best - Baseball's Bill Lange" by Talbert Josselyn;)

JULY 14 (FRONT COVER = "Carole Landis" by Seymour Thompson; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfields; SERIAL = " Odds Against the Girl" part 3 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = "Reception" by Starr Paret - "Weejie, Roscoe and Bud" by Philip Wylie - "Love Happens" by Norma Bicknell Mansfield - "The White Horse" by Grace Flandrau - "Dr. Sze's Buddha" by Paul Hughes; ARTICLES = "Mac Arthur - the Story of a Great American Soldier" by Herbert Asbury and Frank Gervasi; "Victory in Burma - Kachin Rangers" by Martha Sawyers; "New Hope for the Deaf Child - John Tracy Clinic" by Eva Yates; "Big Freeze Coming - Developments in the Frozen Food Industry" by Ruth Carson; "Norway Out from Under" by Walter Taub; "Messmore's Monsters - George Harold Messmore's New York City West Side Dinosaur Factory";)

JULY 28 (FRONT COVER = A Pair of Clowns; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Expendable Heart" part 1 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY= "Back from Somewhere" by Ernest Haycox - "Golden Wedding" by Mosser Mauger - "Somebody for You" by Irene Kittle - "New Beginning" by Mary Hood Chapman - "It's Uo to You" by Walt Grove; ARTICLES = "Heroes Rising from the Sea - U.S. Scouts Travelled Underwater to Attu" by Stan Hasrato; "Revolution Down South" by Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall; "Europe's Hangover - 5,000,000 Displaced People in Germany" by W.B. Courtney; "Blood in Buenos Aires - Fascism in Argentina" by Joseph Newman; "Fool School - Rosalie School for Clowns in Chicago";)

AUGUST 11 (FRONT COVER = General Joseph W. Stilwell; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Expendable Heart" part 3 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "The House on Cherry Creek" by Wallace Stegner - "Bertram the Beachcomber" by Willard H. Temple - "The Gift" by Dave Grubb - "The Pacing Goose" by Jessamyn West - "Somebody Called Her Ginny" by Charlotte Edwards; ARTICLES = "Streetcar Revolution - Liberation for the People of Prague" by Joseph Wechsberg; "From Here to There Postwar - Transportation in a Postwar World" by Jim Marshall; "They're Coming Home - Our Honored Dead" by Quentin Reynolds; " 'Mister Bee' goes to Town - The Story of the B-29 Bomber" part 1 by Frank D. Morris; "The Taming of the Tennessee - The Tennessee Valley Authority" by William L. Chenery; "Terror in Palestine - The Stern Gang VS NMO" by Frank Gervasi; "And his Golf is getting Better all the Time - John Byron Nelson" by Arthur Mann;)

AUGUST 25 (FRONT COVER = "Dropped Ball of Wool Getting Tangled Around Peoples Ankles on the Street" by Vance Locke; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog" part 1 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Ghost Rider" by Ladie Fonville - "Witness for the Defense" by Frank O'Rourke - "Mama's Boy" by Norman Katkov - "Not so Simple" by Hope Hale - "Wanton Fate" by C.S. Forester; ARTICLES = "The Last Days of Berlin" part 1 of 2 by Jack Fleischer and Seymour Freidin; ""I'll See You Soon - Getting the Wounded Home" by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "You've Gotta be a Boss - Chicago's Ed Kelly" by Victor Rubin; "D-Day in Japan - Beyond a Japan Beachhead" by Quentin Reynolds; "Treat me in St. Louis - Dr. Robert F. Hyland treats Thousands of Ballplayers; "False Dawn in Holland - No Freedom After Liberation" by W.W. Chaplin;)

SEPTEMBER 1 (FRONT COVER = "Troop Transport used to Ferry Beach Goers" by Lt. Hugh Laidman; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog" part 2 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Maybe Tomorrow" by Sarah Litsey - "The Rule of the Order" by Howard Breslin - "Squatter's Rights" by Kyle Crichton - "The Matchmaking" by Gladys Schmitt - "Joey's Ball" by Norman Katkov; ARTICLES = "The Last Days of Berlin" part 2 of 2 by Jack Fleischer and Seymour Freidin; ""What about the League of Nations ?" by George Creel; "Germany Waits to be Saved - by The Americans" by Joe Alex Morris; John Groth's Drawings on the "Last Red Mile" - Russian troops Entering Berlin; "Detroit's Rear Engine Dream - and Other Plans for Post-War Cars" by Walter Davenport; "Food and Drug Cop - The Food and Drug Administration"; "Durable Detective - Sherlock Holmes" by Jim Marshall; "Churchill - Dead or Alive !" by L.D. de Haas;)

SEPTEMBER 15 (FRONT COVER = General Omar Bradley; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Arch of Triumph" PART 1 by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = "A Pair of Spectacles" by Dave Grubb - "The Last Stand of Felicity Jones" by Arthur Gordon - "Minstel Boy" by Kathryn Forbes - "Bring Them Back" by Mark Schorer - "Sailor, Take Warning" by William L. Worden; ARTICLES = "Coal or Chaos in Europe" by Harold L. Ickes; "Brooklyn's Sturdy Branch - Boss of the Dodgers Branch Rickey" by Charles Dexter; "Light's Out at God's Lake - a Northern Eclipse"; "The Great Nazi Gold Rush - Where and Who has It" by Sylvia Porter; "Sex in the Classroom - University of California course on Sex and Marriage" by Dean Jennings; "Air Power Today and Tomorrow" by W.B. Courtney; "Bye Bye Bushido - Japanese Warrior's Code" by Mac R. Johnson;)

SEPTEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = "Junior Officer Saluting a Senior Officer while Hiding an Ice Cream Cone behind his Back" by Karl Milroy; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Arch of Triumph" part 2 by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = "You Remember Gloria" by Louella MacFarlane - ""Change of Tune" by Norma Bicknell Mansfield - "His Feet on the Ground" by Barbara Dickinson - "The Admiral is Lonesome" by William L. Worden - "The Salute" by Peter Packer; ARTICLES = "Unemployment is Here Again" by Lester Velie; "Tomorrow the Moon - Atomic Power for Rockets" by G. Edward Pendray; "That's How it is - War Hero Lt. Carlton R. Rouh" by Ira Wolfert; "Socialism, British Brand" by Harold J. Laski; "You're on Your way Home - in a Transport Plane with Wounded Soldiers" by Martha Gellhorn; "Doomsday for the Guilty - Nazi War Criminals turn Coward" by George Tucker;)

OCTOBER 13 (FRONT COVER = "American Soldier riding a Bicycle wearing a Kimona over his Uniform" by Gilbert Darling; BACK COVER AD - Camel with Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Aerialist - Ernestine Clarke; SERIAL = "Arch of Triumph" part 5 by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = "Elmira Forever" by Eli Waldron - "Going Home" by Jean Kincaid - "The Piper's Son" by Howard Breslin - "Manpower Problem" by Robert Carson - "Golden Monday" by Alberta Pierson Hannum; ARTICLES = "War Crimes Punishment for Today - Precedent for Tomorrow" by Jerome Frank; "The Man who Made Manhattan - Major General Leslie Richard Groves - The Atomic Bomb Project" by Robert de Vove; "He Talked to Japan - America's Radio Official Spokesman Captain Zach"; "Cloak and Dagger - The O.S.S." part 2 by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Triple Threat Man - Composer Leonard Bernstein;"Labor Answers the G.I." by Stanley Frank; "Views Coming Up - Television" by Harriet Van Horne; "Nobody Kissed the Ground - Back from the Pacific War" by Pfc. Amos Landman;)

SEPTEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Filipino Brigadier General Carlos P. Romulo; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Arch of Triumph" conclusion by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = "I Didn't cost Anything" by Robert Fontaine - "Ambassador of Love" by Richard Stern - "The Icebox Stops on Fridays" by Betty Byrd - "Fraulein" by Edwin Lanham - "The Grenadier" by John Cashman; ARTICLES = "Asia Must be Free - The Malay Federation" by Filipino Brigadier General Carlos P. Romulo; "New Statesmen - New World" by Frank Gervasi; "Cloak and Dagger - The O.S.S." part 3 by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; "Ex G.I." by Bill Mauldin; "Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax - Government Surplus for Sale";"Star without Glamour - Anne Revere" by Hyatt Downing;)

NOVEMBER 10 (FRONT COVER = "Newlywed G.I. and Bride Sleeping on a Train" by Leon Gregori; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Give Us Tomorrow" part 3 by Margaret Culkin Banning; SHORT STORY = "Come a Little Closer" by Bernard Victor Dryer - "Black Eve" by Nick Boddie Williams - "Double Date" by Corey Ford - "Two for Five" by Frank O'Rourke - "Sucker for a Trade" by Raoul Schumacher; ARTICLES = "Diplomatic Dynamite - Argentine Dictator Spruille Braden" by Joseph Newman; "{The Golden Octopus - One Phase of I.G. Farbenindustrie Chemical Cartel" by Paul Winkler; "Should Greenland be American ?" by Charles J. Hubbard; "The French Fight to Live - One More Winter" by Quentin Reynolds; "At Home in the Jungle - Venezuela Insects and Animals" photos by Jocelyn Crane; "Lady with a Present - Laurette Taylor;)

NOVEMBER 17 (FRONT COVER = Philip Condax: BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Give Us Tomorrow" Conclusion by Margaret Culkin Banning; SHORT STORY = "The Enchanted Garden" by Peter Paul O'Mara - "Hooley's Fixation" by Betty Baur - "The Cage" by Lawrence Williams - "Two of a Kind" by Corey Ford - "Sister Knows Best" by Nancy Titus; ARTICLES = "Next Door to Russia - Poland and Czechoslovakia" by Richard C. Hottelet; "The New White House Boys" by Walter Davenport; "Death Rides the Highways" by Pyke Johnson; "The Return of Miss Harvey - Judy Garland and Angela Lansbury"; "Book Learning in Britain - U.S. Army University Center No.1" by Edward P. Morgan; "DDT is no Cure All - The Danger of Insecticides" by Sidney Margolius; "Anti-Riot Squad - New York fights Against Racial Intolerance"; "The Whambam Man - Philadelphia Running Back Steve Van Buren";)

1945; DECEMBER 1 (FRONT COVER = "Toy Arrow Whizzing Past a Women Wearing a Feathered Hat" by Walter Bomar; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Bitter Harvest" part 2 by Ramona Stewart; SHORT STORY = "Secret Attack" by Frank O'Rourke // The STRANGER by J.D. Salinger (early Pre-Catcher in the Rye) = Two page story = approx. 4000 Words by Salinger; // "Orchids to You" by Lawrence Williams - "Chicken Business" by Hyatt Downing - "Blow Devil" by Wilbur S. Peacock; ARTICLES = "That Poor Man in the White House - President Truman's Salary" by Jonathan Daniels; "They've Had It - Germany's Total Defeat" by Quentin Reynolds; "The Case of the Cut Rate Dream - New York City Center for the Arts" by Joan Younger; "Small Town Does Big Job - Brainerd, Minnesota makes Jobs for Veterans" by Lester Velie; "Seventy Million Problem Children - Japanese People Learning about Democracy" by Frank D. Morris; "Sailors Ashore - The Shore Patrol Protects Sailors"; "Store Business is Show Business - The Hypermodern Fred Harvey"; Has some Magic Tape & Glue Repairs inside Spine to Cover, Mailing Label at lower right cover  corner, still decent Good = $69.00):


DECEMBER 8 (FRONT COVER = General Carl A. Spaatz; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Roller Skating Star Gloria Nord; SERIAL = Bitter Harvest" conclusion by Ramona Stewart; SHORT STORY = "The Black Nightie" by Willard H. Temple - "Fall From Grace" by Brendan Gill - "The Waqy Men Are" by Ernest Lehman - "One More River" by Margaret McDonnell - "Signature" by Curlin Reed; ARTICLES = "Air Power in the Atomic Age" by General Carl A. Spaatz; "Christmas in the Window - Window Display's by Cecilia Staples" by Ruth Carson; "Europe's Hungry Winter" part 1 0f 2 by W.B. Courtney; "Emporium of Exhibitionism - Lindy's of New York City"; "Westerns are Back in the West - Movie Making in the Desert" by Jim Marshall; "Yours Truly Mr. Williams - Yours Truly Boston Book Store" by Jack Stenbuck"; "Sick of What ? - the Mind and Emotions Effect the Health";)

DECEMBER 15 (FRONT COVER = "Boy and Girl Primping in Front of a Mirror" by Dick Williams; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Santa Claus; SERIAL = "The Sea Shell" part 1 by Nancy Lyon; SHORT STORY = "A Better Neighborhood" by Roma Rose - "Chip on his Shoulder" by Robert Faber - "Live the Freedom !" by Guy T. Nunn - "Steps going Down Stairs" by Robert M. Coates - "The Red Sleigh" by George H. Freitag; ARTICLES = "The All America Football Team" by Grantland Rice; "What Goes Up - Juggler Lew Folds" by Daniel P. Mannix; "The Case against Franco" by Frank Gervasi; "Mr. Peck's Good Boy - Gregory Peck" by Amy Porter; "Europe's Hungry Winter" part 2 of 2 by W.B. Courtney; "Back to the Windjammer" by Captain Robert V. Owen; "One up on Narcotics - Public Health Sevice's New Approach;)

DECEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = "Woman with arms Full of Presents being Pulled in Two Directions by Children" by Gilbert Darling; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Sea Shell" part 2 by Nancy Lyon; SHORT STORY = "The Dress of Lights" by harry Sylvester - "Beauty Treatment" by Dave Grubb - "Decision at Midnight" by Bernard Victor Dryer - "I'm Crazy" by J.D. Salinger - "She'll be Along" by Garth R. Spencer; ARTICLES = "Billions for Britain - Handout or Sound Business Investment ?" by Frank Gervasi; "The United States of Europe - European Federation" by George Creel; "The Customer is Always Wrong - Ben Ruben's Cresent Heights Market in Hollywood" ;The Trip Home - 15,000 G.I.'s aboard the Queen Elizabeth" by Quentin Reynolds; "A Lovely Tune in his Head - British blind boy Composer Jimmy Osborn";)

1946

JANUARY 12 (FRONT COVER = General Dwight D. Eisenhower; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Murder Haunts the Ship" part 2 by Mignon G. Eberhart; SHORT STORY = "Blunder" by Philip Wylie - "The Gentle Wolf" by Nancy Shores - "The Painted Lace" by Jean E. Turnley - "Hit Me !" by Robert Griffth - "For Heroism" by Frank Richardson Pierce; ARTICLES = "Eisenhower's African Gamble" part 1 by Brigadier General Julius C. Holmes; "Million Dollar Sharecropper - Sam Taloe of Rio Farms in Texas" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Boy Wonder - San Francisco Chronicle editor Paul Smith; "No Peace in Palenstine" by Frank Gervasi; "Show Girl Chaperon - Miss Abbott"; "Sinews for Sale - Cardinals Pitching Staff" by Kyle Crichton; "The Screamy Weamies - Horror Movies" by Oden and Olivia Meeker;)

JANUARY 19 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in a Fur Coat in the Snow Eyeing Swimsuits in a Store Window Display" by Vance Locke; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Murder Haunts the Ship" part 3 by Mignon G. Eberhart; SHORT STORY = "The Way to the Heart" by Elizabeth Borton de Travino - "The Traitor" by Walter Duranty - "Welcome Stranger" by William A. Krauss - "You First, Son" by Richard Stern - "The Counselor" by Edwin Lanham; ARTICLES = "Women have no Manners" by Paul Galico; "Crisis in Clothes - Shortage of Material" by Chester Bowles; "Jap Underground in China" by David Chandler and Robert Parker; "How we Bought the United States" by Felix S. Cohen; "Eisenhower's African Gamble" part 2 by Brigadier General Julius C. Holmes; "This Week - Clark Gable"; "Harry the Reach - Basketball player Harry Boykoff" by Milton Gross;)

JANUARY 26 (FRONT COVER = "Rabbits Watching Skiers" by Francis Chase; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Murder Haunts the Ship" conclusion by Mignon G. Eberhart; SHORT STORY = "Chicago Stopover" by James Edward Grant - "Challenge to Romance" by William A. Krauss - "Reprieve" by Frank O'Rourke - "Make Way for Uncle Freem !" by David Grubb - "The Secret" by Louis Kemp; ARTICLES = "Uneasy Ireland" by William L. Chenery; "The Great Landlord Racket" by Walter Davenport; "U.S.A. Peacemaker among the Powers" by Walter Lippmann; "Whoop and Holler Opera - Hillbilly Music" by Doron K. Antrim; "There's Money in the River - Shipping on the Mississippi"; "Time Bomb in Asia - Indonesia" by Ralph A. Coniston; "Luck Guides the Puck - Hockey Goalies" by Arthur Daley;)

FEBRUARY 2 (FRONT COVER = "Soldier Going Home in a Jeep being Driven Recklessly" by Wilson Cutler; SERIAL = "Mountain Time" part 1 by Bernard De Voto - "End and Beginning" by Ernest Haycox - "A Very Valuable Quality" by Naomi John White - "The Bugling Troop" by Grove Cullem - "Vicious Circle" by Mina Lewiton - "The Moving Mirror" by Felicia Gizycka; ARTICLES = "Are You With It ? - New York Musical" by Kyle Crichton; "Justice Comes to Nuremberg" by W.B. Courtney; "Unconquerable Spirit - Franklin Roosevelt's Personal Courage" by Vice-Admiral Ross T. McIntire; "Suffer Little Children - The Plight of Europe's Children" by Jacqueline de Mauduit; "Out of this World - Occupation Deep Sea Diver" by Thomas J. Griffin;)

FEBRUARY 9 (FRONT COVER = "Young Blonde Woman Reading Postcards" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Claudette Colbert; SERIAL ="Mountain Time" part 2 by Bernard De Voto; SHORT STORY = "All in a Moment" by Jean Kinkead - "Hunting Weather" by Walter Havighurst - "A Fine Start" by Brendan Gill - "Senor Doormat" by Max Shulman - "Hello, Darling" by Robert Wallace: ARTICLES = "Failure in Germany - Sober Account of the United States Stewardship" by Drew Middleton; "Stalin is Gray - Changing of Leadership" by Harrison E. Salisbury; "Sleeping Giant - The Coal Industry" by J.D. Ratcliff; "America's Richest Woman - Sylvia Wilks; "World of Dreams - an Artist Depiction" by Jim Bishop and Illustrations by Ray Jay Ashdown; ""Old Man Jiver - Trumpet Player Bunk Johnson;)

FEBRUARY 16 (FRONT COVER = "Abraham Lincoln Election Poster" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Mountain Time" part 3 by Bernard De Voto; SHORT STORY = "Still Waters" by Edwin Lanham - "Wait Till the Sun Shines, Kelly" by William Fay - "Preacher's Creek" by Nancy Lyon - "The Guinea Hen Type" by Nancy Shores - "Not so Different" by Frank O'Rourke; ARTICLES = "Lindbergh in Battle" part 1 of 2 by Colonel Charles MacDonald; "Women's Fashion - Paris Model 1946" by Ulrich Calvosa; "China's Mystery Man - Head of Secret Police Lt. General Tai Li" by Lt. Commander Charles D. Dobbins; "No Place to Live - Returning Servicemen with no Place to Live" by Frank Gervasi; "Women in Seclusion - Women's Hospital in India" by Martha Sawyers; "Cities of Chaos - Europe" by Josef Israels ll; "Wild Man from Hoboken - Basketball Referee Pat Kennedy" by Kyle Crichton;)

FEBRUARY 23 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Walking Thru the Snow in a Dress and High Heels" by Bill Gillies; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Mountain Time" part 4 by Bernard De Voto; SHORT STORY = "The Terrible Morning" by Nick Boddie Williams - "The Pond" by Edward S. Fox - "A Serious Study of Love" by Ware Torrey Budlong - "A Man Needs a Horse" by Hyatt Downing - "The Importance of Being Kissed" by Frances Lanahan; ARTICLES = "All out Against Cancer" by Hannah Lees; "Little Miss Innocent - Marie Wilson" by Jim Marshall; "America in Germany" by Julian Bach Jr.; "Lindbergh in Battle" part 2 of 2 by Colonel Charles MacDonald; "Bad Neighbor Policy - How We are with South America" by Edward Tomlinson;)

MARCH 2 (FRONT COVER = "My beloved country...Abraham Lincoln" by Francis Chase; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Mountain Time" conclusion by Bernard De Voto; SHORT STORY = "The Beezlebub Blast" by Norbert Davis - "Have Fun, Baby" by Ruth Lyons - "Kiona" by Walter Havighurst - "In Her Own Way" by Jean E. Turnley - "Looking for the Sky" by Charles Roe; ARTICLES = "Industrial Warfare - A Review of Labor and Management Relations" by Lester Velie; "Mary had a Little Talent - Mary Martin on Broadway"; "What the Atomic Bomb Really Did" by Rober De Vore; "Airplane on a String - Flying Model Airplanes" by Doris and Ed Yulke; "Names we give our Children" by Greer Williams;)

MARCH 9 (FRONT COVER = "Blonde Girl putting Together a Jigsaw Puzzle" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Dasngerous Lady" part 1 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "P.O. Box 63" by Mignon G. Eberhart - "Hello, Beethoven" by William Porter - "Departure" by Ernest Haycox - "Money Rider" by Todhunter Ballard - "Greater Love Hath No Man" by Ernest Lehman; ARTICLES = "Our Secret War in Scandinavia" part 1of 2 by Colonel Bernt Balchen; "World Changer - The Seadrome" by Francis Chase Jr.; "G.I. Family at Yale - The Sears Family" by WilliamR. Sears; "Gateway to Glamour - The Studio Club" by Bradley Smith; "I Couldn't afford to be a Congressman" by Robert Ramspeck; "The Unbowed Head - Walter Head of St. Louis is a Do Gooder" by Kyle Crichton;)

MARCH 16 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Getting her Seed Cataloge from her Rural Mailbox in the Snow" by Garrett Price; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "Dangerous Lady" part 2 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "The Assassin" by William Fay - "The Wink" by Tom Hamlin - "Trouble in B-Flat" by Richard English - "The Crooked Stick" by Dorothy Staley - "The Rampage" by Kenneth Perkins; ARTICLES = "Our Secret War in Scandanavia" part 2 of 2 by Colonel Bernt Balchen; "Picket Lines in Politics - Republican and Democrats" by Walter Davenport "Shrimp Town - Morgan City, Louisiana"; "Cradle of Free Enterprise - LIttle Business Must be Helped" by Frank Gervasi; "Toys for Tomorrow - Advances in the Toy Industry"; "The Marx Menace - Marx Brothers New Movie 'A Night in Casablanca'";"Billions from Millions - War Bonds";)

MARCH 23 (FRONT COVER = "Young Blonde Woman Editing 35mm Film" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD Coke; SERIAL = "Dangerous Lady" part 3 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "A Present for the Countess" by Alec Rackowe - "The Sporting Life" byOwen Cameron - "Never Trust a Murderer" by Quentin Reynolds - "The Old Fashioned Snow" by May Sarton - "Cut Me In" by Don Tracy; ARTICLES = "Our Balance Sheet in Japan" by Mark Gayn; "Disease - Shadow over Europe" by Edward P. Morgan; "Keep them Working - America Plans for Year Round Employment" by Howard Whitman; "Gamble with Music - Hollywood Musicals" by director Norman Z. McLeod;)

MARCH 30 (FRONT COVER = "A Tucan and a Parrot making Music Together" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Dangerous Lady" conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = "The Lady on Battle Monument" by Frances Minturn Howard - "Come Home with Me" by Matt Taylor - "How does it Feel ?" by Robert Griffith - "The Face on the Barroom Ceiling" by Ernest Haycox - "The Money Pull" by Dick Pierce; ARTICLES = "70,000 to 1 ! - American Flyer against New Britain Jungle and Japs" part 1 of 2 by Lt. Gordon Manuel; ""Weep no More Kentucky - Ways to Improve it's Social and Economic Status" by Amy Porter; "Early Birds - Prehistoric" by Frank Dufresne and illustrated by Lynd Ward; "The Golden Mile - Prospecting in Canada's North" by Bertram B. Fowler; "You're on a List - Mail Order Business" by Stanley Frank; "Gertie Buries the Torch - Gertrude Niesen the Star of Broadway's "Follow the Girls";)

APRIL 6 (FRONT COVER = "Circus Sideshow" by Garrett Price; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Jealousy" part 1 by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "That Samba Dress" by Frederick Laing - "The Pawn" by William Martin - "The Music Stops" by Ramona Stewart - "The Pipe" by James Merrian Moore; - "Navy Gal" by F.H. Bohne; ARTICLES = "President Truman's Troubled First Year" by Frank Gervasi; "India's Crisis - Famine and a 100,000,000 Moslems" by Robert Aura Smith; "70,000 to 1 ! - American Flyer against New Britain Jungle and Japs" part 2 of 2 by Lt. Gordon Manuel; "A Gift of Life - Surgical Cure for Blue Babies" by Lawrence Drake; "Glamour Guy - Guy Madison"; Women's Fashion - Something for a Rainy Day;)

APRIL 13 (FRONT COVER = "Woman Hopscotching while Children Stare" by Leon Gregori; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Jealousy" part 2 by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "One Timeless Spring" by Ray Bradbury - "Medal from Jerusalem" by Irwin Shaw - "One Package" by William Martin - "Peaceful in the Country" by Thomas Walsh - "The Magic Guitar" by Edward Lanham; ARTICLES = ""Politics is People" by Chicago Mayor Edward J. Kelly; "Weaver of Dreams - the Fabrics of Dorothy Liebes" by Ruth Carson; "Freedom came Slowly - Last 5 days in a German POW Camp" by Guy T. Nunn; "Washington Playground - Fun and Festivities" by Jane Eads; "Thunder in the Middle East - Oil Fields and Powerful Countries Interests" by Clifton Daniels; "Our Schools are a Scandal" by Kyle Crichton; "Hardest and Fastest and Loudest - Pianist Vladimir Horowitz;)

APRIL 20 (FRONT COVER = "Giraffe eating a Woman's Hat at the Zoo" by Frank Golden; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Jealousy" part 3 by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "Let 'em Eat Frosting" by Lawrence Williams - "Little Miracle" by Thelma Peters - "Honeymoon for Three" by Isabella Taves - "I Give and Bequeath" by Elizabeth Gregg Patterson - "The Loneiest Island" by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = "The Decline and Fall of Edda Ciano" part 1 of 2 by Andrea Niccoletti; "Oberammergau, Okla. - Easter Pageant in Lawton, Oklahoma" by Francis Borden; "England Still Takes It - Cold, Shabby and Hungry is the Cost Of Victory" by Mollie Panter-Downes; "'For Distinguished Congressional Service - Arthur H. Vandenberg - A.S. Mike Monroney - Owen D. Young"; "The Warrior at - Siamese" by Nina Wilcox Putnam; "White Hope of Housing - Wilson Wyatt"; "The Wailing Syrian - Danny Thomas" by Lloyd Lewis;)

APRIL 27 (FRONT COVER = "Sunrise Easter Service in the Garden of the Gods" by Francis Chase; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Jealousy" conclusion by Zenith Brown; SHORT STORY = "Junior Genius" by Max Shulman - "The Cub" by H. Vernor Dixon - "Flash Flood" by Frank O'Rourke - "The Wasp's Nesr" by Marion Fradin - "April Showers" by Herbert Gutterson; ARTICLES = "Babes in Wall Street - Playing the Cheap Stocks" By Lester Velie; "Billion Dollar Dam Builder - Jack Savage and the Yangtze River Project" "How to Annoy an Umpire" by Stanley Frank; "The Decline and Fall of Edda Ciano" part 2 of 2 by Andrea Niccoletti; ""The Vets Best Bet - Major General Graves B. Erskine; "Dairen - Secret Soviet Base" by Dick Wilson;)

MAY 4 (FRONT COVER = "Scenes on a Park Bench" by Barney Tobey; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Outraged Heart" part 1 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "Bide Your Time" by Elsie Taye; "Check... and Mate" by Jay Wilson - "A Friend in the Barbanca" by John Burgan - "Last Revelle" by Knox Burger - "Just Remember That" by Irene Kittle Kamp; ARTICLES = "This was Hitler's Mind - X-rays and Doctor's Analysis" by Major Cortez F. Enloe and Dr. Hans H. Reese; "Stassen's Political Gamble - Seeking the G.O.P. Presidential Nomination" by Walter Davenport; Women's Fashion - It's in the Bag Fashions from Feed and Flour Sacks; "Our Army is Undemocratic - and Needs to be So" by Joel W. Westbrook; "Haiti Hoedown - Picture Story of Voodoo Ceremony"; "They Seek a Promised Land - The Jews of Europe" by Edward P. Morgan;)

MAY 11 (FRONT COVER = "Girl Studying in her Messy Bedroom" by Fredric Varady; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Outraged Heart" part 2 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "There'll Come a Day" by Jessamyn West - "Escape at Noon" by Harry Perowne - "Everything Shipshape" byRichard Stern - "Two of a Kind" by Norman Katkov - "The Happy Chance" by William A. Krauss; ARTICLES = "Atomic Age Navy - Submarine Fleet" by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz; "A Challenge to American Women - Standing at the Crossroads" by Agnes E. Meyer; ""The Doctors Run the Show - Michigan Plan for Veterans" by Bill Davidson; "You too can Drink Vodka - Russian Capacity for Drink" by Gladwin Hill; "Champagne Shower - Broadway's Joan Roberts" by James L. Darling; "Running from Death - Decathlon Champion Charles Beaudry" by Charles Dexter; "Goodbye, Berlin ! - Leave it in Ruins" by Allen W. Dulles;)

MAY 18 (FRONT COVER = "Midway at a Fair" by Hugh Laidman; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Outraged Heart" part 3 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "See you in the Movies" by Walter Roeber Schmidt - "The Black Devil" by Neil Patterson - "Papa Played the Cello" by Ray and Agnes Nafziger - "Bright Message" by Raymond Z. Gallun - "A Drive Through nthe Country" by Nick Boddie Williams; ARTICLES = "Trieste - Battleground for Peace" by Arthur Gaeth; "Message to Americans" by the Earl of Halifax; "One Hungry World - Worst World Wide Food Shortage" by Clinton P. Anderson; "I am a Spastic" by Charles Baugh as told to Greer Williams; "Broadway Show "Call Me Mister"; "Brass Hats and Blue Pencils - The Story of the Army Newspaper the Stars and Stripes";)

MAY 25 (FRONT COVER = "Busy Dockside" by Vernon Grant; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Outraged Heart" conclusion by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = "Echo of an Old Refrain" by Isabel Moore - "A Gift from France" by Lael Tucker - "Home is the Hero" by Jerome Weidman - The Horsehair Trunk" by Dave Grubb - "Moment of Truth" by P.J. Alexander; ARTICLES = "Experiment in Democracy - We Gamble on Germany's Future" by Quentin Reynolds; "Misdeal at Monte Carlo - Trying a Post War Comeback" by George Axelsson; "Peggy in Amberland - Peggy Cummins to Star as 'Amber' in the Movie" by Ashton Reid; "Pooches on Parade - The Morris and Essex Dog Show"; "Britain's Hot Spot Man - Archibald John Kerr Clark Kerr" by Harrison E. Salisbury;)

JUNE 8 (FRONT COVER = "Couple at Niagra Falls by the Moonlight" by Frances Crane; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Long Denial" part 2 by Vicki Baum; SHORT STORY = "June the Giant Killer" by Richard Stern - "Thanks for the Party" by Philip Dunnington - "The Way it Ended" by Jean Kinkead - "This Character, Sawyer" by Alex Gaby - "Penitence" by John Tait; ARTICLES = "Atomic Test Casr - Bikini Atoll" by Vice Admiral Blandy; "The Dry's try Again - Temperance Crusaders" by Herbert Asbury; "Queen of the Quickies - Ann Corio makes a Movie a Week" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "California's Elephant Boy - Earl Warren" by George Creel; "The World's Greatest Splash - Niagra Falls"; "The Young Idea in Art - Collier's Awards for High School Art" by Carl French;)

JUNE 15 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in a Flower Hat with Hummingbirds Feeding" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Long Denial" part 3 by Vicki Baum; SHORT STORY = "The Fugatives" by Ernest Haycox - "He Loves Me" by Neill C. Wilson - "Take Care whe you Say Hello" by Mosser Mauger - "When the Lilacs Bloomed" by Nolan Miller - "Mr. Digney has a Dream" by Duane Decker; ARTICLES = "The Deadliest War - Science Plan Invasion by Disease" by Sidney Shalett; "It's a Living - JUdy Holliday and Paul Douglas star in the Broadway Play "Born Yesterday"; "D-Day on Capitol Hill - Abuse of Power in Congress" by Wayne L. Morse; "Mr. Charm of Washington - W. Stuart Symington" by Bill Davidson; "How to Run a Prize Fight" by Barney Nagler;)

JUNE 22 (FRONT COVER = "Cat Stealing the Dogs Bone while he Sleeps" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Long Denial" conclusion by Vicki Baum; SHORT STORY = "Target; Treason" by Pat Frank - "Give me that Sympathetic Understanding" by Irving Gaynor Neiman - "Earth and Sun" by Mary Deasy - "A House with a Palor" by Wyatt Blassingame - "Wizard's Wife" by Owen Cameron; ARTICLES = "What's Russia up To ?" part 1 of 2 by Frank Gervasi; "Hot Tamale Circuit - Mexican Baseball League" part 1 of 2 by Kyle Crichton; "Studio Under Water - First Color Pictures with the Navy New Camera - Kaluge" by Robert de Vore; "For Damages Rendered - Army Claim Services" by Ruth Sheldon; "He Lost 10,000 Years" - Primitive painter Uncle Bill Traylor;)

JUNE 29 (FRONT COVER = "Woman in a Hat and Veil eating a Hotdog" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Slug it Slay !" part 1 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Mamma's Gift" by Harriet Hester - "A Friend of Colin's" by Elsie Taye - "The Shiftless Man" by Owen Cameron - "Young Doc" by George A. Shaftel - "Cipriano" by Czenzi Ormonde; ARTICLES = "What's Russia up To ?" part 2 of 2 by Frank Gervasi; "Mice or Men - Animal Testing" by Norman T. Kirk; "Television will Cost Big Money" by E.F. McDonald Jr.; "Dance of Triumph - Returning Indian Vets Tribal Victory Dance" by George W. Churchill; "Hot Tamale Circuit - Mexican Baseball League" part 2 of2 by Kyle Crichton; "China's Top Star - Valentine Chao;)

JULY 6 (FRONT COVER = Statue of Liberty; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "Slug it Slay !" part 2 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Local Cat makes Good" by Richard Stern - "Sukey and the King's English" by Constance Wagner - "The Butter Paddle" by Roark Bradford - "The Lucky Bells" by Walt Grove - "Final Rite" by Raymond Z. Gallun; ARTICLES = "The Brave Beginning - In 1787 Selfless Men Framed the Constitution" by Frank Gervasi; "Rainbow Over the World - A Flag for the United Nations" by Jack H. Pollack; "Bilbo - When Theodore Bilbo makes a Speech you won't Believe what he Says" by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; "Home for the Fourth - the First Post War Celebration" by Norman Corwin; "Democracy's Child is 21 - Philippines is now Independent" by Paul V. McNutt; "Mexican Choice - Election Time in Mexico" by Edward Tomlinson; "The Perils of Pearl White - Celebrating a Hollywood Serial Queen" by Jim Marshall;)

JULY 13 (FRONT COVER = Nipper the Cocker Spaniel; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Slay it Slug !" part 3 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Two for a Nickle" by Irving Gaynor Neiman - "The Marrying Kind" by David Chandler - "Free Choice" by Norma Bicknell Mansfield - "Home fron the Sea" by Chetwood Schwarzkopf - "Summer Silence" by Dale Clark; ARTICLES = "Austria's in the Middle - Caught between Russia and the West" by Edward P. Morgan; "Headache down South - Mechanicalization and Industrialization" by Walter Davenport; "The Daring Old Man - Trapeze Artist 67 year old Frank Otaris; "Mightier than the Atom - Earthquakes" by Kurt Steel; "How to Baffle a Bug - Advances in Bug Repellents"; "Before you Pack your Bags - Post War Travel Tips";)

AUGUST 3 (FRONT COVER = Ann Curtis girl swimmer; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Sleep, My Love" part 2 by Leonard Q. Ross; SHORT STORY = "Straw Hat Circuit" by Edwin Lanham - "A Little Fire" by Abraham Polonshy - "The Wonderful Rane at Rimrock" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Come Back, Come Back" by Bernard Victor Dryer; ARTICLES = "Who is a Negro ? - The Problem of White Skinned Colored Folk who Pass for White" by Herbert Asbury; "St. Geaorge and the Marxian Dragon - One Year of British Socialism" by Herbert L. Matthews; "All-American Water Quees - 1946 All American Team Selection"; ""What George Bernard Shaw thinks at Ninety"; "The Truth about Henry Kaiser" part 2 of 3 by Lester Velie;)

AUGUST 10 (FRONT COVER = Arline Cruz wearing White Orchids; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "Sleep, My Love" part 3 by Leonard Q. Ross; SHORT STORY = "The Captain's Cap" by Walter Havighurst - "I Want you to Meet my Sister" by Barbara Dickinson - "Mother Loved Father" by Henry Steig - "The Leopard" by Robert Richards - "A Day on the Ocean" by Edwin Lanham; ARTICLES = "Cinderella Sport - Harness Racing" by Gene McHugh and Joe David Brown; "Trouble in Paradise - The Communist Party in America" by Walter Davenport; "Sureshot Merman - Ethyel Merman as Annie Oakley on Broadway"; The Truth about Henry Kaiser" part 3 of 3 bt Lester Velie; ""Boston's Incredible Curley - No Matter the Scandal they support Mayor James Michael Curley"; "Catastrophe Maker - Movie Special Effects by Breezy Eason;)

AUGUST 17 (FRONT COVER = Jill Darnley in a Goldenrod Patch; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sleep, My Love" part 4 by Leonard Q. Ross; SHORT STORY = "The Warning Bell" by Hamlen Hunt - "Bachelor Apartment" by Albert N. Williams - "The Watchers" by Virginia Douglas Dawson - "The Dory" by Edmund Gilligan - "Alone" by Alwyn W. Knight; ARTICLES = "The Battle of the Bench - Conflict in the U.S. Supreme Court" by Jonathan Daniels; "Guam, Sweet Guam - Servicemen's Wive'smake the Best of it" by Fred Sparks; "The Superhorses are Ours - Army Brought home the Best of the German Horses" by Daniel P. Mannix; "Hard Luck Kid - Tennis player Jack Kramer; "Rio Grande the River of Death - Hepless Mexicans are easy Targets" by Don Hinga;)

AUGUST 24 (FRONT COVER = Pretty Blonde in Red Shorts Bending Over; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Slee, My Love" conclusion by Leonard Q. Ross - "The Senator was Indiscreet" part 1 of 3 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Leader of the Band" by John Bender - "The Other Woman" by Jean Potts - "The Reformer" by Wyatt Blassingame - "Callaghan's Miracle" by A.E. Martin; ARTICLES = "The Roosevelt I KInew" part 1 by Francis Perkins; "No War with Russia" by Anthony Eden; "Just Swing the Club Head - Golf Pro Ernest Jones"; "Why Teachers Quit School" by Elizabeth Irwin; "Wish You were Here - Bermuda" by Gurney Williams; "Dowager Queen - Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly" by Helen Worden;)

AUGUST 31 (FRONT COVER = "Blonde Crying as Her Hair is Cut" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD - Camel; SERIAL = "The Senator was Indiscreet" part 2 of 3 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "Big Marty" by Helen J. Kamaroski - "Twenty to One it's Love" by William A. Krauss - "A Deal with the Devil" by Lord Dunsany - "Strange Woman" by William Holder - "I Like your Nirvana" by Ed McNamara; ARTICLES = "Squeal, Nazi, Squeal ! - A Report on the Minds of the Hitler Gang at the Nuremberg Trials" by Dr. Douglas M. Kelley; "Papa's Dream Girl - Betty Field stars in her Husband's Play "Dream Girl"; "The Roosevelt I Knew - The Making of a Politician" part 2 by Frances Perkins; "The Navy at it's Worst - Tyranny on Guam and Samoa" by Harold L. Ickes; ""Heroines on Horseback - Nurses in Kentucky Mountainsides" by Dorothy Miles; "Indiana's Bo - Football Coach Bo McMillin" by Ashton Reid;)

SEPTEMBER 7 (FRONT COVER = "General Douglas MacArthur" by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with New York Yankees Manager Bill Dickey and New York Giants Manager Mel Ott; SERIAL = "The Senator was Indiscreet" part 3 of 3 conclusion by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "You Amaze Me" by Eustace Cockrell - "Can you Coffeepot on Skates ?" by Lawrence Williams - "Survival" by Georges Carousso - "Guys from Anzio" by D.H. Johnson - "The Love Story of Katherine Hayes; ARTICLES = ""Next Stop the Moon - Rockets to the Moon Sooner than you Think" by G. Edward Pendray; "Cloud of Doom - Atomic Explosion on Bikini Atoll" by Frank D. Morris; The Caulfield System - Stage and Screen's Joan Caulfield; "Bullies in the Balkans - Russia" by Reuben H. Markham; "Singing in the Zoo - Cincinnati Summer Opera" by Amy Porter; "The Roosevelt I Knew - The Great Experimenter" part 3 by Francis Perkins;"Congress Caused the Surplus Muddle" by General Edmund B. Gregory;)

SEPTEMBER 14 (FRONT COVER = "Young Couple Golfing" by John J. Floherty Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Stranger than Truth" part 1 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = "Get a House, Get a Gal" by Irving Gaynor Neiman - "Stairs to a Sunny Room" by Sarah Litsey - "Ill Wind" by Pat Frank - "The Tribute" by Walter Haydock - "Wedding Moon" by Frances Gott; ARTICLES = "Roundup at Sea - Collectors for Marine Studios off Florida Coast" by John Maloney; "Afraid of Love - Group Therapy to Help Save Marriages" by Ruth Carson; "This is Your Business - The Economy a Year after the War" by Frank Gervasi; "The Wheels go Round and Round - Carnivel Fun"; "The Roosevelt I Knew - Family Man" part 4 by Francis Perkins; "The Grid is Hot - New All American League threatens Monopoly" by Stanley Frank;)

SEPTEMBER 28 (FRONT COVER = Girl on a New York Roof at Night; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Stranger than Truth" part 3 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = "Roman Mosaic" by George H. Johnson - "Old Sorority Sister" by William March - "Tiger Swamp Campaign" by William Fuller - "Faster than a Mule" by Everett and Olga Webber; ARTICLES = "Program for Progress" by Harold E. Stassen; "And They call it Peace Street ! - Paris Rue de la Paix the Fashion Capitol" by W.B. Courtney; "Billions in the Mud - Japanese Pacific Bases" by Robert Trumbull; "Brains in the Ballet - New type of Chorus Girls" by Andrew Roberts; "Ted Williams, the Series and Me" by Kyle Crichton; "Poison for Polio - South America's Curare" by J.D. Ratcliff;)

OCTOBER 5 (FRONT COVER = "Pair of Swans Landing" by Lemuel Palmer; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Strander than Truth" part 4 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = "Take Me with You" by John and Ward Hawkins - "A Little Nest for Junior" by James Charles Lynch - "Quick, the Needle !" by Kyle Crichton - "Four O'Clock Tea" by Ramona Stewart - "Sweet Beulah Land" by Meridel le Sueur; ARTICLES = "Montgomery's Quarrel with Eisenhower" by Alan Moorehead; "Red Skies over the Water Front - Armies of Organized Labor" by Matthew Josephson; ""The Legion Eats 'em Alive - American Legions Political Power" by Amy Porter; "Song of the Cuckoo - Craze for Looney Songs" by Ted Shane; "Cowboys are Crazy - the Rodeo" by Ullrich Calvosa; ""Jungle Fever - Philippines Huks Clash with Government" by Weldon James;)

OCTOBER 19 (FRONT COVER = English Setters; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Clock without Hands" part 2 by Gerald Kersh; SHORT STORY = "The Hard Way Home" by Frank O'Rourke - "A Sense of Echelon" by Jerome Weidman - "What a Man Wants" by Gertrude Schweitzer - "Love is Kind of Fragile" by Robert M. Ross - "Trouble on the Autobahn" by A.E. Hotchner; ARTICLES = "Rampageous Reuther - Boss of the United Auto Workers Walter Reuther" by Lester Velie; "Heels among the Heroes - American G.I.'s in Germany" by Edward P. Morgan; "Stop, Look and Live ! - Detroit's Road Safety Plans"; "Lady Killers - Women's Roller Derby" by Ted Shane; "Circus Opera - Alfredo Salmaggi's La Traviata"; "Lethal Lullaby - Danger of Sleeping Pills" by Vera Connolly;)

OCTOBER 26 (FRONT COVER = South Central Ohio in the Fall; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Clock without Hands" conclusion by Gerald Kersh - "Storm before Daybreak" by Marian Sims; SHORT STORY = "Caravan to Tarim" by David Goodis - "The Genius" by Barbara Dickinson - "Admiral Eddie" by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = "They'll Never Run away Again - the Jews in Palestine" by Bernard Waldman; "Housing the Chicago Racket" by Lester Velie; "Mr. O'Neill and the Iceman - Playwright Eugene O'neill returns to Broadway; ""One Man Team - University of Georgia's Charlie Trippi; "The Kids come First - Improved Schools in New Castle, Indiana; ""Clinic of the Forest - Francis Bartlett doctors Trees" by Rita Halle Kleeman; "Portia from Pittsburgh - City Solicitor Anne X. Alpern" by Victor Rubin;)

NOVEMBER 2 (FRONT COVER = "Boy ang Girl Biting an Apple on a String" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer Pens; SERIAL = "Storm before Daybreak" part 2 by Marian Sims; SHORT STORY = "Wait till you Hear" by Irene and Louis Kamp - "The Victor" by Dick Strouse - "When I was Seventeen" by Charlotte Edwards - "Like the Movies" by Virginia Douglas Dawson - "The Lie" by Richard Carlson; ARTICLES = "Jehovah's Traveling Salesmen - the Jehovah's Witness Sect" by Bill Davidson; "Forever Linda - Linda Darnell chosen to play Amber" by Amy Porter; ""The Forgotten Boy - Waiting to be Drafted into the Forces" by Howard Whitman; "What are you Scared Of ? - Fears and Phobias" by Betsy Emmons; "Practice isn't Play - Notre Dame Football Practice" by John Groth;)

NOVEMBER 9 (FRONT COVER = "Model Beal Baldwin" by Ward Brackett; BACK COVER AD = "Camel; SERIAL = "Storm before Daybreak" part 3 by Marian Sims; SHORT STORY = "Now about old Bill Williams" by William Brandon - "At the Junction" by Lula Vollmer - "The Medallion" by Frank O'Rourke - "Angel Face" by Gerald Kersh - "Banjo Twichell and the Democratic Dogs" by David Grubb; ARTICLES = "Arctic Giant Killers - Whaling with the Eskimo" by Charles Lanius; "Mary and her Mail - Advice Columnist Mary Haworth" by Maxime Davis; ""You've got to Make a Profit" by Charles E. Wilson the President of General Motors; "The Paths of Glory - High and Low Points of the Nuremberg Trials" by Martha Gellhorn; "Revolution with a Camera - New Technique for the movie"Lady in the Lake" by Herb A. Lightman;)

DECEMBER 21 (FRONT COVER = Frances Westcott now Mrs. Edgar Bergen; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Santa Claus; SERIAL = "Sleeping Beauty" part 1 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "A Fate Worse than Death" by Ruth McKenney - "Sit Down, Miss Young" by L.A. Campbell - "The Laughing Thief" by Howard Rodman - "The Unpredictable Contraption" by Paschal N. Strong - "We'll Kick it Around" by James A. Kirch; ARTICLES = "Smorgasbord CXircuit - Sweden's Royal Dramatic Training Academy" by Irving Wallace; "1947 College Basketball Forecast" by Henry P. Iba; "Housing- - NBo Home in the West" by Lester Velie; "Russia's Reconversion Jitters" by Harrison E. Salisbury; "Women's Fashion - Fun with Furs by Designer Esther Dorothy";)

DECEMBER 28 (FRONT COVER = "Hands Clasped in Prayer" by Robert Frankenberg; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Sleeping Beauty" part 2 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "The Bosom of me Family" by Louis Paul - "Cocktails for One" by Maurice J. Phillips - "Life, Liberty and Orrin Dooley" by William Fuller v- "The Host" by Gerald Kersh - "The Bell of San Anselmo" by Walter Havighurst; ARTICLES = "The Swaatest Town on Earth - Perfume Capitol in Grasse, France; "The Railroads Fight Back - Taking Freight and Passengers from Bus and Airlines" by Kyle Crichton; "The Flapper's Children - Today's Ex-G.I. and the First World War" by Robert C. Ruark; "Who's Kilroy ? - Elusive Turns Up Everywhere" by Bill Davidson; "The Songs Roll By - Life of Jerome Kern in "Till the Clouds Roll By" by Amy Porter;)

1947

JANUARY 4 (FRONT COVER = New Year with Girl standing with Outstretched Arms; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Sleeping Beauty" part 3 by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = ""Your Move, Sheik" by Neill C. Wilson - "The Black Box" by Eugene L. Burdick - "Young Armour" by Elsie Taye - "Think Big, Act Big" by Nick Boddie Williams - "Conspiracy" by Gordon Fletcher; ARTICLES = "The Highroad of the Future" by Winston Churchill; ""The Bowmen get the Game - Hunting with Bow and Arrows" by Harold Titus; "The Bruins that Bert Built - Coach LaBrucherie and his UCLA Bruins" by Scoop Conlon; " Corn Doctor - Nick Kenny's Songs Make the Hit Parade" by Dan Parker; "The Antickity Man - George Campbell's Collection of Early American Relics"; "Challenge to the G.O.P." by Thomas L. Stokes; "The Uprising of El Indio - Mexican Movie Director Emilio Fernandez"; "Boom, Boom on the Range - Prairie Chicken Mating Dance";)

JANUARY 11 (FRONT COVER = Two Basketball Players; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Perry Como and Jo Stafford; SERIAL = "Sleeping Beauty" part 4 conclusion by Faith Baldwin; SHORT STORY = "Revenge" by Samuel Blas - "I'm Taking an Apple a Day" by Irving Gaynor Neiman" - "Lovely to Look At" by Frederick Borg - "Hair on a Billiard Ball" by Mervyn Wall - "Men of Impulse" by James A. Lindsay; ARTICLES = "Big Bore - Building the Brooklyn to Battery Tunnel in New York" by Allan Keller; "Housing - No Answer in San Francisco" by Lester Velie; "The Arabs Mobilize - In Palenstine" by Edward P. Morgan; "Hoop Happy Town - Iowa City home of the Hawkeyes" by William Otto; "More Fun than A Circus - Child's Birthday Party in Hollywood"; "Monsters in Miniature - Mexico's Vampire Bats" by Daniel P. Mannix;)

JANUARY 18 (FRONT COVER = "Ski Girl" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Brick Wall" part 1 of 2 by Louis Kamp; SHORT STORY = "Chestnuts in Blossom" by Evelyn Martine - "Never Look Back" by Jean Jorgensen - "The Old Men running from the Park" by Philip Dunnington - "Thank You Letter" by Charles Carver - "You Make me Laugh" by Benjamin Siegel; ARTICLES = "What to do about Strikes" by Peter F. Drucker; "High Flyers - Bird Farm on Santa Catalina Island" by Cy La Tour; "Baseball's Whodunit - What's Happened to Baseball at New York's Polo Grounds ?" by Charles Dexter; "Brother Act - The Lodge Brothers in New England Politics" by Bill Davidson; ""Housing tomorrow's Answer - Prefab Construction" by Frank Gervasi; ""Sun Suit Strip - Women's Californis Sportswear" by Amy Porter;)

JANUARY 25 (FRONT COVER = "Monkeys and an Elephant playing Teetertotter" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Brick Wall" part 2 conclusion by Louis Kamp; SHORT STORY = ""Jocko Lover Music" by Walter Reber Schmidt - "The Phonograph Murder" by Helen Reilly - "The Comdemned" by P.J. Alexander - "It's a Symptom" by Robert Zachs - "The Hunting Horn" by Paul Annixter; ARTICLES = "Will Russia Rule the Air ?" part 1 of 2 by W.B. Courtney; "A Nice Clean Story - Worst of the Soap Shortage is Over" by Ruth Carson; "Diamonds in the Rough - New York's Bowery Diamonmd Merchants" by Geri Trotta; ""Democracy; So Sorry - The Village of Minakami in Japan" by Weldon James; "Live a Little Longer - Why People Grow Old ?" by Hannah Lees; "Frozen Assets - Sonla Henie and her Hollywood Ice Revue" by Amy Porter;)

FEBRUARY 1 (FRONT COVER = New York Ranger and a Boston Bruin after the Puck; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Dark Device" part 1 of 5 by Hannah Lees; SHORT STORY = "One Shoe Off" by Albert Pope Hinckley - "Incident at Wehrdelberg" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - ""Indian Giver" by Matt Roberts - "Everything Happens to Ralph" by W.F. Sawyer - "Escape from Hollywood" by Florence Cummings; ARTICLES = "No Substitute for Freedom" by Robert A. Taft; "Army Anonymous - The French Foreign Legion" by Irving Wallace; "Will Russia Rule the Air ?" part 2 of 2 conclusion by W.B. Courtney; "Four Cinderellas - Hollywood's Vanessa Brown, Janet Leigh, Brbara Hale and Dorothy Hart" by Amy Porter; "Eclipses While you Wait - The Coronagraph"; "Sharp as a Skate - Boston Bruins Babe Pratt" by Trent Frayne;)

FEBRUARY 8 (FRONT COVER = Montgomery Ward models Mary James and Phyllis Warren; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Ann Sheridan; SERIAL = "The Dark Device" part 2 of 5 by Hannah Lees; SHORT STORY = "The Perfect Bride" by Faith Reyher Cook - "A Mother for Maxim" by Libby Benedict - "American Underground" by Constance Wagner - "It Takes a Thief" by Arthur Miller - "The Ice Pick" by Billy Rose; ARTICLES = "Housing - the Solution" by Lester Velie and Frank Gervasi; "Steam Heated Soubrette - Miss Beatrice Kay" by Ted Shane; "Fashions for Fifty Million - Women's Mail Order Fashion" by Ulrich Calvosa; "Turn the Light on Communism" by Robert M. La Follette Jr.; "Factories are Fortresses - Russian Industrialization" by Drew Middleton; "Red Heads, You Kill Me ! - Women's Basketball touring Team" by John Kord Lagemann;)

FEBRUARY 15 (FRONT COVER = Young Boy mailing a Valentine; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = The Dark Device" part 3 of 5 by Hannah Lees; SHORT STORY = "A Joke is a Joke" by Richard Malkin - "Mister Lincoln" by Howard Fast - "No Emergency" by Harry Middleton Jr. - "Hollywood, I Love You" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - "The Oak and the Scythe" by Lloyd Eric Reeve; ARTICLES = "The Fabulous Billy Rose" part 1 of 4 by Maurice Zolotow; "Home Again - After 3 Years Behind Barbed Wire the Japanese American Family of Henry Suezaki" by Frank J. Taylor; "Red Star Rising in the South - Communism in South America" by Edward Tomlinson; "Old Man on a Mountain - Skier Alf Engen" byMontgomery M. Atwater; "The Biggest Taboo - How to Treat Sex Offenders" by Howard Whitman; ""Mennonite Menus - Recipe's from Pennsylvania Dutch";)

FEBRUARY 22 (FRONT COVER = "George Washington with an Axe Next to a Broken Bed" by Earl Blossom; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Dark Device" part 4 of 5 by Hannah Lees; SHORT STORT; "A Heart of Gold" by Hyde Partnow - "How can I leave You ?" by Hamlen Hunt - "The Horse that made Rain" by Frank X. Tolbert - "Nickel's worth of Trouble" by Henry Steig - "Because of Gemini" by James Charles Lynch; ARTICLES = "His Eyes have Seen the Glory - Robert A. Taft" by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.; "Handle Bar Derby - Motorcycle Racing on Daytone Beach" by Frank L. Harvey; " "Bedlam in the Boudoir - Snoring" by James Dugan; "The Fabulous Billy Rose" part 2 of 4 by Maurice Zolotow; "Isle of Exiles - Gavdos the Greek Island of Political Exiles" by Myron Ehrenberg; "Father Nature - J. Otis Smith of Maine";)

MARCH 1 (FRONT COVER = Two Persian Kittens; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Dark Device" part 5 of 5 Conclusion by Hannah Lees; SHORT STORY = "This Complicated Courtship" by Mack J. Matthews - "The Prince of Mystery" by Lawrence Williams - "The Brothers" by Robert Gibbons - "The Faint Heart of Dusik" by Victor Ullman - "The Red Satin Trunks" by Robert Griffith; ARTICLES = "The World's Craziest Sailors - Larchmont Yacht Club on Long Island Sound" by Ted Shane; "Million Acre Boom - Columbia River Basin" by Rafe Gibbs; "But There'll Always be an England - The Lean Years Ahead" by Harold Hutchinson; "Open Air Scholars - Public School Children of Battle Creek, Michigan" by Amy Porter; ""Higher Wages from Lower Taxes" by James D. Mooney; "Annie, the Poor Man's Judge - New York Judge Anna Kross" by Howard Whitman; "The Fabulous Billy Rose" part 3 of 4 bu Maurice Zolotow;)

MARCH 8 (FRONT COVER = Marjorie Slawson and Horse in the San Fernando Valley; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Virginia Mayo; SERIAL = "The Rat Race" part 1 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = "A Taste of Freedom" by Allan Paris - "Spirit of Hattie" by Jacland Marmur - "The Kiss Off" by James Gooding - "Color Slides" by Dale Clark - "The Big Little Man" by Willard H. Temple; ARTICLES = "Democracy in Our Town - Cornish, New Hampshire" by John Kord Lagemann; "Santa Claus with a Horn - President of the American Federation of Musicians James Caesar Petrillko" by George Frazier; "Moscow Payoff on Peace - the Fate of Germany is Coming" by Samuel Lubell; ""Skating Baby - 7-year old Ellie Sonneman" by Amy Porter; "The Fabulous Billy Rose" part 4 of 4 conclusion by Maurice Zolotow;)

MARCH 15 (FRONT COVER = "Sun Burnt Blonde in a Bare Back Dress" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "The Rat Race" part 2 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORT = "To the Victors" by Harry Sylvester - "The Stars were Steadfast" by Josephine Pearson - "One Bitter Day" by Norman Katkov - "Somebody with Muscles" by William Porter - "The Two Thonged Whip by Jacland Marmur; ARTICLES = "Princess Elizabeth - An Intimate Portrait" part 1 of 2 by Irving Wallace; "Slump in the Sun - Florida Gold Coast" by Kyle Crichton; "Tex Knows the Pitch - Boston Red Sox pitcher Tex Hughson" by Milton Gross; "Ivan is Tired - Privation and Shortages" by Richard C. Hottelet; "Block that Stroke - New Use for the Drug Rutin" by J.D. Ratcliff;"Women's Fashion - Fancies for Spring Hats";)

MARCH 22 (FRONT COVER = Ballerina Alicia Markova; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Rat Race" part 3 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = "Fortune Hunter" by Robert Carson - "The Shrimp" by Sy Gomberg - "The Blank Page" by Pol Quentin and Jacques Baif - "Out of Town Visitor" by Walter Weir - "Shubert Alley Serenade" by Billy Rose; ARTICLES = "The Ballet hits high Cotton - Ballet Russe in Oxford, Mississippi" by John Kord Lagemann; "Crossroad in Palenstine - British and American Dealings" by Bartley C. Crum; "Tycoons of the Turntable - Radio Disc Jockeys" by Stanley Frank; "Princess Elizabeth - An Intimate Portrait" part 2 of 2 conclusion by Irving Wallace; "Here's Where your Money Goes ! - The Government and Tax Dollars" by Margot Grubb;)

MARCH 29 (FRONT COVER = June Kirby on a Bicycle; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "The Rat Race" part 4 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY ="Hearno, Seeno, Speakno" by D.H. Johnson - "Fight No.25" by Jesse Stuart - "The Stubborn Heart" by Mona Williams - "My Eyes are Open" by Frank O'Rourke - "Bonds of Matrimony" by S. Kryvicky; ARTICLES = "Mr. Secretary Marshall - Secretary of State George Marshall" part 1 of 3 by John Hersey; "Little Man, Big Splash - Ohio State Swimming Coach Mike Peppe"; "Mexican Sunday" by Amy Vanderbilt; "Let's Talk Business - Chances of a Recession" by Beardsley Ruml; "Life Begins at Sixty - in Florida" by Kyle Crichton; "A Robin is a Thrush" by Bill Wol;f;)

APRIL 5 (FRONT COVER = "Blonde in an Easter Bonnet" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "The Rat Race" part 5 of 5 conclusion by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = "The Wooing of Yeoman Webster" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan - " 'Gator Boy" by Zachary Ball - "Manhattan Idyl " by Jack Finney - "Stricktly for the Birds" by William Milhon - "Thursday is for Love" by Harlan Ware; ARTICLES = "Target Hollywood - Jimmy Stewart back Making Movies" by Joseph Wechsberg; "Souped Up Speed - Hot Rod Craze in California" by Wessel Smitter; " Mr. Secretary Marshall - Secretary of State George Marshall" part 2 of 3 by John Hersey; "Oil Troubles Iran's Waters - A Pawn in Power Politics" by Edward P. Morgan and Harrison E. Salisbury; "Beware the Dog Racketeer - Puppy Mills" by Bill Davidson; "State of the Unions - Labor becoming a Target for Public AQbuse" by Lester Velie;

APRIL 12 (FRONT COVER = "Easter Sunrise Service" by Francis Chase; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "The Blast" part 1 of 2 by Stuart Cloete; SHORT STORY = "The Blonde Hairpin" by Ramona Stuart - "Promise in the Earth" by William Milhon - "The Flexible Mind" by Jay Wilson - "The Curse of the Krebils" by Samuel W. Taylor - "White Man in the White Land" by Hans Ruesch; ARTICLES = "From Rags to Riches - Charlie Chaplin New Movie Roles" by Philip K. Scheuer; "America's Number One Mystery Man - Frank Costello" part 1 of 2 by Herbert Asbury; "John Bull sees Red, White and Blue - What England Thinks of United States Today" by Herbert L. Matthews; "Dem Bums Abroad - Brooklyn Dodgers in Havana" by John Groth; "Mr. Secretary Marshall - Secretary of State George Marshall" part 3 of 3 conclusion by John Hersey; "The Happy Gentleman - Frank Crowninshield" by Dickson Hartwell;)

APRIL 19 (FRONT COVER = Fishing in the Sparkling Palisade Creek; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = "The Blast" part 2 of 2 conclusion by Stuart Cloete; SHORT STORY = "Why not live Sweetly ?" by Rumer Godden - "Player's Wife" by Elsie Taye - "The Trap" by Howard Bloomfield - "You Tell 'em Kid" by Henry Steig - "Love is a Brass Knuckle" by Mort M. Horowitz; ARTICLES = "Vermont goes Radical - Progressive Republicans" by William Gilman; "Was Nuremberg Justified ?' by William Eldred Jackson; "Mrs. Bonanza - Mrs. John W. Mackay" by Helen Worden; "Fishermen are Crazy Too" by Georges Carousso; "It's a Clowns Life" text and Drawing by William Ballantine;'America's Number One Mystery Man - Frank Costello" part 2 of 2 conclusion by Herbert Asbury;)

APRIL 26 (FRONT COVER = Ballerina Kate Friedlich; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Flight from Fear" part 1 of 5 by Ketti Frings; SHORT STORY = "Taber's Daughter" by John Richard Humphreys - "Write to me of the Black Glass Mountains" by William L. Worden - "The Day they Robbed Father's Bank" by Nord Riley - "Basebal;l Bill" by J.F. Powers - "A Turtle for my Love" by Charles Fichte; ARTICLES = "For Distinguished Congressional Service - Collier's 1946 Awards"; "Undercover Man - He Trapped Capone" by Frank J. Wilson; "Russia Reaches for the Sky - Control of Air Space" by W.B. Courtney; "Daredevils on Horseback - Maryland Hunt Club" by Tom O'Reilly; "Tallulah to You - Happy History of Tallulah Bankhead" by Ted Shane; "Pipe Lines to the Heavens - New Methods and Instruments in Astromony" by G. Edward Pendray;)

MAY 3 (FRONT COVER = Ex-Victory Lifeboats tied up in Astoria, New York; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Baseball's Stan Musial and Ted Williams; SERIAL = "Flight from Fear" part 2 of 5 by Ketti Frings; SHORT STORY = "What for, Al ?" by Harry Sylvester - "The Great Confession"{ by Donald Hough - "Girl in the Darkroom" by Willard H. Temple - "Saturday Night" by Benjamin Siegel - "Their Skirts are made from Gingham" by Patrick Breckenridge; ARTICLES = "Man and the Atom - The Atomic Adventure - Inertia U.S.A. - Medical Dividend - Passport to Golden Age"; "The Baseball Brain - New York Yankees Coach Charlie Dressen" by Charles Dexter; "Honey from the B's - Anne Jeffreys goes from B-Movies to Broadway" by Jim Marshall;)

MAY 10 (FRONT COVER = Sabina watching Horse Race; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Flight from Fear" part 3 of 5 by Ketti Frings; SHORT STORY = "Proud Lady" by Richard Stern - "Friend of the Great Zacchetti" by Mort Friedlander - "Rabbity Boy" by William Fuller - "The Way I heard It" by Mack J. Matthewa - "Murder Number One" by Mary L. Ray; ARTICLES = "The Veteran Says 'Aw, Nuts' - G.I.'s into Civilian Life" by Robert C. Ruark; "Undercover Man - Inside the Lindbergh Kidnaping" by Frank J. Wilson; "Dither at the Dardanelles - Russia and Turkey Wage a War of Nerves" by Edward P. Morgan; "Why Housewives have no Whiskers" by Alfred Toombs;)

MAY 17 (FRONT COVER = Larkspur, California Fire Engine on the way to a Grass Fire: BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Flight from Fear" part 4 of 5 by Ketti Frings; SHORT STORY = "Blind Man's Island" by William Fuller - "That Man was Here" by William Chamberlain - "Dust and Ashes" by W.L. Knickmeyer - "A Long Time, A Long Distance" by Thomas W. Duncan - "Half a Gift" by Robert Zacks; ARTICLES = "Taken to the Cleaners - What Happens at the Dry Cleaners" by Ruth Carson; "So you can't get a Doctor ! - Reason for the Shortage" by Albert Q. Maisel; "M'Sieu Bwa Yea - Charles Boyer the star of 'Arch of Triumph' " by Amy Porter; "Firemen have Fun - Larkspur, California" by Grady Johnson; "King of Swing - Philadelphia Phillies Del Ennis; "Undercove5 Man - The Kingfish gets Hooked" by Frank J. Wilson;)

MAY 24 (FRONT COVER = Woman with an Armful of Parcels trying to use a Pay Phone; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Flight from Fear" part 5 of 5 conclusion by Ketti Frings; SHORT STORY = "Come into the Garden, Mrs. Broshotsky" by Lester Atwell - "The Stranger on Horseback" by James A. Kirch - "The Widow of Wagon Gao" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Rising Curtain" by Sylvia Shirley - "Beastly Night on Madison Avenue" by Sy Gomberg; ARTICLES = "A president grows Up - Harry Truman" by Frank Gervasi; "The Masses go for Music - Americans More into Music" by Dickson Hartwell; "The Husband Really Pays - Men Accept Guilt in Divorces" by Dr. Ralph S. Banay; "Terror in Tel Aviv - Jewish Underground" by Edward P. Morgan; "Heavy, Heavy Over Head - York, Pennsylvania the Weight Lifting Capitol" by Kyle Crichton; "Undercover Man - Smashing the Phony Money Rings" by Frank J. Wilson;)

MAY 31 (FRONT COVER = Madeleine Mason beside the Eagle in front of Grant's Tomb; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Politics is Murder" part 1 of 5 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = " "Tearing Out the Wilderness" by William Lindsay Gresham - "Once More to the Stars" by William Brandon - "The Biggest Trout in the World" by Don Tracy - "Man in the House" by Gwennie James; ARTICLES = "Young Masters - Outstanding High School Artists" by Carl French; "THe Customer is Right Again" by Lester Velie; "It all adds Up - Machines that Think" by John Kord Lagemann; "Murder on the Hoof - Argentine Pato" by William R. Mizelle; "Don't Curse the Nurse - Over Worked and Under Paided" by Howard Whitman and Douglas J. Ingells; "Undercover Man - The Case of the King's Hat" by Frank J. Wilson;)

JUNE 7 (FRONT COVER = "Monkey Fishing while Geese eat his Bait" by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Politics is Murder" part 2 of 5 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "The Way Joe got Married" by S. Kryvicky - "Breakdown" by Louis Pollock - "Night in Dakota" by Guy Emery - "You've got to be Tough" by Robert Turner - "A Flea off Pepe" by Anthony Steven; ARTICLES = "Dunkirk - One World Town" by Quentin Reynolds; "Ash Can to Museum - Steuben Glass" by Lloyd Mann; "They Live Again - New Treatment for Leprosy" by Elsie McCormick; "Where's Grandma's Airplane ? - Why it isn't Mass Produced Yet"; "Oh, How they Harmonize ! - The Excelsior Four" by Art Smith; "Wall Street Sex Appeal - Sylvia F. Porter only Female Finacial Writer" by Jack Sher; "Ivan gets an Earfull - American Daily News Broadcast to Russia" by Edward P. Morgan;)

JUNE 14 (FRONT COVER = 16-year old Elma Corinne Pellew with three Puppies in her Arms; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Gregory Peck; SERIAL = "Politics is Murder" part 3 of 5 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "White Violets" by James Gooding - "Symbiosis" by Will F. Jenkins - "Belle of the Belt Line" by Philip Clark - "The Simple Case" by Frank O' Rourke - "The Great American Game" by James A. Kirch; ARTICLES = "The Icebergs Bear Down - Task Force 68's Battle with Antarctic Ice" by Fred Sparks; "Main Street moves to Japan - Occupation Forces and Civillian workers in Japan" by Weldon James; "Those Rowdy Regattas - Historic Poughkeepsie" by Leonard Maar; "Beauty in the Bull Ring - Latin American Matador Conchita Citron"; "The Plight of Coal - Shortages to Come" by Andrew B. Crichton;)

JUNE 21 (FRONT COVER = "Three Boys on a Rural Road with Camping Gear" by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Politics is Murder" part 4 of 5 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "The Inspector is Discreet" by Charles B. Child - "Boy Gets..." by Virginia Myers - "Retiring Lady" by Frances Malm - "Misfortune's Favorite" by Billy Rose - "Out of Bondage" by Nick Boddie Williams; ARTICLES = "Why I Broke with Roosevelt" part 1 of 5 by James A. Farley; "Fat Heads of Europe - Not all of Europe is Starving" by W.B. Courtney; "Double Trouble - Baseball's Double Play in Pictures"; "Buttering the Navy Brass - Low Down on the Gold Braid" by Lewis B. Conarroe; "King of the Jukes - Perry Como";)

JUNE 28 (FRONT COVER = "Rabbits Looking at a Scarecrow in a Garden" by Francis Chase; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = Politics is Murder" part 5 of 5 conclusion by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = "The Bride Wore Tears" by William H. Temple - "Hello, Beautiful" by Louis Paul - Blue Norther" by Allan R. Bosworth - "Ticket for a Redhead" by Mike Detzer - "The Brigands of Termani" by Hans Ruesch; ARTICLES = "The Strange Embarrassment of Madame Aumont - Maria Montez and her husband Jean Pierre Aumont" by Jim Marshall; "Dreams Unlimited - Car Designs for the Next 50 Years" by Bernard W. Crandell; ""Spear that Tiger ! - Brazil's Mato Grosso" by Sasha Siemel; "Why I Broke with Roosevelt - Revolt in the Party" part 2 of 5 by James A. Farley; "MacArthur's Democracy - Two Years of Rule in Japan" by Weldon James; "The Merry Wives of Congress" by Genevieve Reynolds;)

JULY 5 (FRONT COVER = "Giant American Flag being Carried in a Parade" by Ronald McLeod; BACK COVER AD = Shredded Ralston; SERIAL = "Merchant of Valor" part 1 of 5 by Clarence Budington Kelland; SHORT STORY = The Grand March of the United States of America" by Dana Burnet - "Little Hickory Nut" by Virginia Hanson - "A House Absolutely Free" by Henrietta Port Holland - "The Golden Mesh" by Kenneth Perkins; ARTICLES = "The Public Life of Walter Mitty - Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo in the Movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"; "Why I Broke with Roosevelt - The Big Build Up" part 3 of 5 by James A. Farley; "Olympic Fever - Chances in 1948" by Bill Davidson; "Do as You're Told - Hypnotism as Medical Aid" by Daniel P. Mannix; "The Man who made Franco - Johannes Bernhardt;)

JULY 12 (FRONT COVER = Betty Metcalf in a Bikini; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Bob Hope; SERIAL - "Merchant of Valor" part 2 of 5 by Clarence Budington Kelland; SHORT STORY = "The Feeling is Mutual" by Irving Gaynor Neiman - "The Nuclear Fisson of Edward Angus Gilmartin" by Angus Pope Hinckley - "Strangler Fig" by William Fuller - "The Unknown" by Georges Surdez - "Crater Queen" by Vic Spies; ARTICLES = "Washington Side Show - Many Attractions other than Politics" by Howard Whitman; "The Sun Tan Myth - Not a Way to get Healthy"; "How are Things on Okinawa ?" by Weldon James; "Why I Broke with Roosevelt - Showdown with the Boss" part 4 of 5 by James A. Farley; "Hollywood's Million Dollar Shoestrings - Independent Movie Producers" by Cameron Shipp; "Television gets a Box Office - Extra on Your Phone Bill" by Herbert Asbury;)

JULY 19 (FRONT COVER = Detroit Tigers Pitcher Harold New houser; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Merchant of Valor" part 3 of 5 by Clarence Budington Kelland; SHORT STORY = "Inspector Chafik Closes the Case" by Charles B. Child - "Dark Horse to Ride" by Andrew Geer - "Two Kinds of People" by Ramona Stewart - "Too Late for Love" by Thomas W. Phipps - "Beyond All Doubt" by Billy Rose; ARTICLES = "City without Secrets - Columbia home of Missouri's School of Journalism"; "The Newhouser Nuisance - Pitch who Lowers Batting Averages"; 'Stay East, Young Man, Stay East - Housing and Employment in Los Angeles" by Andrew Roberts; "Plastic Age - Manufactoring Now and in the Future" by Ruth Carson; "Sheridan's Ride - Wild, Free and Texan, Ann Sheridan" by Jim Marshall; "Why I Broke with Roosevelt - The Parting of the Ways" part 5 of 5 conclusion by James A. Farley;)

JULY 26 (FRONT COVER = Young Couple sitting on a Diving Board; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = "Merchant of Valor" part 4 of 5 by Clarence Budington Kelland; SHORT STORY = "Genius Working" by Henry Norton - "A Thing called Heart" by Robert Gibbons - "A Game for Two" by Catherine Hubbell - "The Autograph" by Don Pope - "Gardenia" by Kathryn Grondahl; ARTICLES = "Boy vs. Bass - Spear Fishing off the Coast of Tahiti" by Warwick M. Tompkins; "Rah ! Rah ! Radio - Intercollegiate Broadcasting System" by Rafe Gibbs; "Doing What comes Naturally - Aptitude Testing" by Hannah Lees; "They Kicked us off our Land - Ranchers getting Public Land out West" part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; "Coney Island is a Howl - Seaside Playground for the Masses"; "He Wants to be Italy's Duce - Giannini" by Barrett McGurn;)
AUGUST 2 (FRONT COVER = "9-month old Marion Meltzer and Fuzzy the Chow Puppy"; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Merchant of Valor" part 5 of 5 conclusion by Clarence Budington Kelland; SHORT STORY = "Roots" by Hamlen Hunt - "The Chained Gate" by John Richard Humphreys - "The Study of Man" by Henry Beetle Hough - "Gunner's Goodby" by Allan R. Bosworth - "The Price of Power" by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = "Spare the Child - Southland School for Brats in Kansas" by Howard Whitman; "Finian's Angels - Broadway Play "Finian's Rainbow" the Backers"; "The End of the World Strikes Oil - The Tip of South America" by Carleton Beals; "Yankee Gadfly - Senator Charles Tobey of New Hampshire" by Frank Gervasi; "Japan's at Batto Again - Baseball Booming in Japan Again" by Weldon James;)

AUGUST 9 (FRONT COVER = "Boy at Window" by James Chapin' BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Charles Boyer; SERIAL = "Man Running" part 1 of 6 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = "We Know Something the Others Don't" by W.L. Knickmeyer - "The Lady was a Tramp" byWilliam H. Temple - "The Witch" by William Moriarty - "The Acacias" by John Barrett - "The Third Kiss" by Marlise Johnston; ARTICLES = "The Kids get a Night Out - Rochester Teens get and Run their own Club" byRichard Guylay; "The A-Bombs Invisible Offspring - Mutations" by Edward P. Morgan; "The Balkan Follies - Americans Treated like Enemies" by W.B. Courtney; "Little Man on a Horse - Jockeys " paintings and Text by John Groth; "They Kicked us off our Land - Ranchers getting Public Land Out West" part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie;)

AUGUST 16 (FRONT COVER = Women on a Beach Putting on Make-up; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = "Man Running" part 2 of 6 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORIES = "Peace and Quiet" by Frank O'Rourke - "Strong Boy" by D.D. Beauchamp - "Signed by Joe Cradle" by Robert Richards - "No Sum too Small" by Murray Hoyt - "The Long, Hard Grind" by Dale Clark; ARTICLES = "The Nation's Brain - The Library of Congress" by Stanley Frank; "The Coast Demands Long Pants - West Coast wants into Major League Baseball" by Kyle Crichton; "Relax ! You May not be Nuts" by Albert Q. Maisel; "School for Charm - St. Petersberg Charm School" by Carl French; "Life with Mr. Powell - William Powell" by Jim Marshall; " At Home with the Jungle Giants - Visit with Brazil's Indians of the Mato Grosso" by Sasha Siemel;)

AUGUST 23 (FRONT COVER = "Young Couple Dancing to a Portable Radio" by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = "Man Running" part 3 of 6 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORIES = "Affair's End" by Ernest Haycox - "Fever" by Samuel W. Taylor - "The Five Dresden Angels" by Ernest L. Meyer - "A Good Whipping" by John Randolph Phillips - "Smiling Girl" by Peggy Mann; ARTICLES = "Brother Jazz - The Story of Eddie Condon" part 1 of 3 by Eddie Condon and Thomas Sugrue; ""How to Have Ancestors" by James Dugan; "They're Still Expenable - G.I.'s Lack of Work" by John Kord Lagemann; "He Clicked for 50 Years - Photographer George Williams Harris" by Harry Edward Neal; "Demon from the Doldrums - Hurricanes" by Frank L. Harvey;)

AUGUST 30 (FRONT COVER = "Northbrook, Illinoise Railway Station" by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Bronc Riding Star Jerry Ambler; SERIAL = "Man Running" part 4 of 6 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = "Old Snake in the Grass" by Jay Wilson - "Stormy Weather" by Ann Maulsby - "Man to Man" by Julian Ward – "The Gray Hair” by Louise Lee Outlaw - “The Great Experience” by William Fuller; ARTICLES = “Can General Bredley win this One ? - Boss of the Veterans Administration” by Dickson Hartwell; “Who Tied a Kite to Food Prices ?” by Lester Velie; “Flight into the Future – Space Ships to Patrol the Earth” by Lt. Robert A. Heinlein and Captain Caleb E. Laning; “Brother Jazz – The Story of Eddie Condon” part 2 of 3 by Eddie Condon and Thomas Segrue;)

SEPTEMBER 6 (FRONT COVER = Martha Vicars in a Bathing Suit being Tossed in the Air; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Ted Williams, Stan Musial and other Athletes; SERIAL = “Man Running” part 5 of 6 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “The Farmer Seeks a Wife” by Murray Hoyt - “The Devil is a Gentleman” by Charles B. Charles - “You too can be a Genius” by W.L. Knickmeyer - “Man Hunt in Mopang” by Edmund Ware - “Don't Let the Right Hand Know” by Leslie Gordon Bernard; ARTICLES = “Too Much Brass – Army and Navy Officers talking out of Turn” by Robert S. Allen; “Brother Jazz – The Story of Eddie Condon” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Eddie Condon and Thomas Segrue; “The Voic of Albany's Silent Man – Senator Irving M. Ives” by Bill Davidson; “Golf's Bad Boy – Frank Stranahan” by Tom Siler;)

SEPTEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = Four College Girls on a Picnic they Flew To; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Table Tennis Star Mary Reilly; SERIAL = “Man Running” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “War Bride” by Quentin Reynolds - “The Hulk” by Edwin Lanham - “The Ghost of the Sixth Avenue El” by Irving Gaynor Nieman - “Mr. Machine” by John and Ward Hawkins - “A Slight Penalty” by Andrew Geer; ARTICLES = “The Prexy Plan of General Ike – Eisenhower as President of Columbia University” by Alden Hatch; “Ace in the Hole – Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals” by Kyle Crichton; “Styled by Students – Girls of Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri” by Ulrich Calvosa; “Heartless Harvest – Woes of the Migrant Workers” part 1 of 2 by Howard Whitman; “Red Shadow over the Pacific – Russia's Aims in the East” by William L. Chenery;)

SEPTEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Western Outfits made by Rodeo Ben of Philadelphia modelled by Mrs. Fred W. Marble Jr. - Liz Wilson – Mrs. Bob Connaghan – Lindell Storey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL - “Sweet Water” part 1 of 5 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Charlie Squires and the Seven Marchettis” by Harlan Ware - “Banner over First” by Joel Reeve - “The Split Hickory” by Jane Rice - “A Wonderful Mixer” by Dunlea Hurley - “Wait and See” by Ramona Stewart; ARTICLES = “Wanted – a Miracle in Greece” by Paul A. Porter; “Hollywood Headache – Confused and Apprehensive Movie Makers” by Kyle Crichton; “Tuned In on the Surgeon – Veiwing Surgery by Television” by Elizabeth Treadway; “The Abundant Mr. Wallace – 1948 Election Hopeful Henry Wallace” by Dickson Hartwell; “Hearless Harvest – Woes of the Migrant Workers” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Howard Whitman; “Young Man of Fashion – Dress Deigns of Charlie James;)

SEPTEMBER 27 (FRONT COVER = Ballerina Olga Suarez; BACK COVER AD = Camel with trapeze star Rose Gould; SERIAL = “Sweet Water” part 2 of 5 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Jungle Lord” by Johan Fabricius - “Those Things Don't Happen” by Mack J. Matthews - “Nothing or Nobody” by George Zuckerman - “Stage Door Girl” by Josephine Pearson - “All Squared Away” by Mort Green; ARTICLES = “The Morgenthau Diaries – The Fight to Balance the Budget” part 1 by Henry Morgenthau Jr.; “Out of this World – the Spirits in Lily Dale, New York” by John Kord Lagemann; “Indonesia – Problem Child of the U.N.” by Weldon James; “Touchdowns are Big Business – Mickey McBride and the Cleveland Browns” by Ed Prell; “Fifty Miles of Bleachers – Watching Sports on TV in Bars”; “Women's Fashion – Fashion at Your Price” by Ruth Carson;)

OCTOBER 4 (FRONT COVER = Boy”s Life – Edmond Abel holding two Kittens and Harold Stone with dog Whitey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Sweet Water” part 3 of 5 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Young Man with an Idea” by James Charles Lynch - “Desk Job” by James A. Kirch - “Wallflower” by Edwin Lanham - “The False Heart” by Eli Waldron - “Rural Champion” by Georges Surdez; ARTICLES = “These are the Yankees – Under New Manager Bucky Harris” by Quentin Reynolds; “Ghosts for Sale – Bob Nelson makes them to Order” by Jule Mannix; “The Morgenthau Diaries – The Struggle for a Program” part 2 by Henry Morenthau Jr.; “The Boys they Left Behind – Whatever Happened to the Europe Boys the Soldiers made Mascots” by W.B. Courtney; “The Huckster's Lady – Deborah Kerr”;)

OCTOBER 11 (FRONT COVER = “Pat Burrage putting a White Streak in her Hair” by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Horse Show Jumper Pat Hackett; SERIAL = “Sweet Water” part 4 of 5 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Salt in the Air” by Josephina Niggli - “The Slowpoke” by Henry Beetle Hough - “Flaherty's Decline and Fall” by Nord Riley - “A Rag, a Bone, a Hank of Hair” by Lee Russell - “All Honor to Old Appleby” by Harry Sylvester; ARTICLES = “Here is America – Coast to Coast Opinion Poll on a Bus Journey” part 1 of 2 by Thomas H. Wolf; “Little Mel, the Deb's Delight – Mel Torme” by James Dugan; “The Morgenthau Diaries – How F.D.R. Fought the Axis” part 3 by Henry Morgenthau Jr.; “The Baronial Blues – The Changing Lives of the British Aristocracy” by Gwyn Barker;)

OCTOBER 18 (FRONT COVER = Notre Dame vs. Illinoise Football; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Sweet Water” part 5 of 5 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Look, Stephanie” by Nancy Rutledge - “But the Patient Died” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “The Outcasts” by B.J. Chute - “Lease on Life” by Elizabeth Metcxalf - “Love, Honor and Betray” by William Schoen; ARTICLES = “The G.I. Villagers – Married Vets at College” by Amy Porter; “The Morgenthau Diaries – The Story Behind Lend Lease” part 4 by Henry Morgenthau Jr.; “The Gospel according to Charlie – University of Alabama Tackle Charlie Compton” by Kyle Crichton; “Here is America – Coast to Coast Opinion Poll on a Bus Journey” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Thomas H. Wolf; “Stalemate in Korea – Trying to Set Up a Independent Government” by William L. Chenery; “His Hard Rock Mayor – George Watson the Mayor and only Resident of Romantic Alta, Utah” by Jim Marshall;)

OCTOBER 25 (FRONT COVER = Broadway actress Roberta Jonay; BACK COVER AD = “Camel with Dog Handler Johnny Murphy; SERIAL = “My Love Wears Black” part 1 of 4 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “Bernie and Me” by William Fuller - “The Green Bough” by Felicia Gizycka - “The Other Mind Reader” by Ogden Nash - “Pipe Duh Mary” by Henry Steig - “The Lynching” by Paul Annixter; ARTICLES = “Your Child's Pictures can Talk – Making Sense of the Pictures Meanings” by Julian Bach Jr.; “What's Wrong with the U.N. ?” by Frank Gervasi; “”Broadway Sortie – Rodgers and Hammerstein New Musical 'Allegro' “ by Kyle Crichton; “The Morgenthau Diaries – The Paradox of Poverty and Plenty” part 5 by Henry Morgenthau Jr.; “Convoy to Cambodia – Journey into War Ravaged French Indo-China” by Weldon James; “”The Brain of the Bookies – Leo Hirschfield”;)

NOVEMBER 8 (FRONT COVER = “Dejected young Football Fan in an Empty Stadium” by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “My Love Wears Black” part 3 of 4 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “Baby in the Backfield” by Willard H. Temple - “The Home Coming of Henry” by Gertrude Schweitzer - “The Inspector Picks the Winner” by Charles B. Child - “The Tie that Binds” byRobert Zacks - “A Song for It” by Nick Boddie Williams; ARTICLES = “Germany's Underground Wants War – Between Russia and the U.S.” by Sigrid Schultz; “Animal Kingdon – Kruger National Park in South Africa” by Victor and Betty Jorgensen; “”Football is Passing – the Recievers Deserve Most of the Credit” by Paul Christman; “Low Down on the Slowdown – Reasons for Lack of Housing” by Dickson Hartwell; “Gold Plated Corn – Abbott and Costello” by Stanley Frank;)

NOVEMBER 15 (FRONT COVER = Cocker Spaniels Taffy and Tuffy; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Perry Como, Jo Stafford and Arthur Godfrey; SERIAL = “My Love Wears Black” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “Golf is a Game” by Quentin Reynolds - “Man of Genius” by Harry Steig - “True Love on my Mind” by Rosalie Bodrero - “Strike it Rich” by Jim Kjelgaard - “The Rooster Egg” by Sylvia Shirley; ARTICLES = “Let's Rebuild our Building Codes” by Edward Angly; “Main Line Football – University of Pennsylvania Football Coach George Munger” by Stanley Frank; “Revolution on the Rouge – Henry Ford ll Revolutionary Methods” by Andre Fontaine; “”Grease Paint and Gongs – New York's Chinese Opera” by Wilfred Weiss; “Germany, Russia and the U.S.A. - Occupation in Germany” by Sigrid Schultz;)

NOVEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = “Teenage Girl holding a Party Dress up in a Mirror” by Gilbert Darling; BACK COVER AD – Camel with Figure Skater June Arnold; SERIAL = “Try to Forget” part 1 of 4 by Allene Corliss; SHORT STORY = “The Pigskin Heart” by Joel Reeve - “A Big Day for Mulvey” by William Holder - “First Choice” by Ramona Stewart and Allen Marple - “The Rival” by Irene Kittle Kamp - “Water Hole” by Hal G. Evarts; ARTICLES = “Rogues Rodeo – Texas State Prison Inmates Rodeo” by William T. Rives; “Garden of Allah I Love You – Hollywood Hotel” by Amy Porter; “Sidetrack to Pelestine – Cyprus and it's Displaced Jews” by Ruth Gruber; “Will the Negro Elect our Next President ?” by Walter White; “Crime at Your Front Door – Stolen and Forged Checks” by Stanley Frank;)

NOVEMBER 29 (FRONT COVER = “Woman with Thanksgiving Mess to Cleanup” by Martha Sawyers; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Try to Forget” part 2 of 4 by Allene Corliss; SHORT STORY = “On the Tip of my Tngue” by Samuel W. Taylor - “A Taste of old Gabriel” by Mark Hager - “The Girl he Brought Home” by Hortense Lion - “The Tea Party” by John Moore - “With Maybe a nice Wreath” by Bennett Foster; ARTICLES = “Greenwich Village – Tourist Trap” part 1 of 2 by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; “Say the Word, Ike ! - Presidential Election Dark Horse” by Frank Gervasi; “U.S.S.R. Worker's Inferno – Difference in Working Conditions There and in the U.S.A.” by John K. Leino; “The Big Eye – Palomar Telescope almost Ready to Search the Heavens” by Jim Marshall;)

DECEMBER 6 (FRONT COVER = “Monkey Trying on Hats” by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ski Star Blanche Christian; SERIAL = “Try to Forget” part 3 of 4 by Allene Corliss; SHORT STORY = “The Tin Star” by John M. Cunningham - “The Marriage Price” by Brian O'Brien - “I'm Mad at You” by Jack Finney - “Build me a Bungalow Small” by Norbert Davis - “Alfred and the Staff of Life” by Frank Laskier; ARTICLES = “Greenwich Village – Tourist Trap” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; “How France Evaded Stalin's Grasp” by O. Henry Brandon; “Can Soldiers be Gentlemen ? - Fort Knox is Training Soldiers in a New Way” by David Landman; “The Sinking of the Poelau Bras – Dutch Steamship” by W.H. McDougall Jr.; “Mr. Boxing – Historian Nat Fleischer” by Kyle Crichton; “King of Melodrama – Broadway Plays Road Company of E.J. Carpenter” by Irving Wallace;)

DECEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = “Nancy Wicks with a Dog in her arms Holding an Umbrella Over the Both of Them” by Ren Wicks; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Alan Hale as Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Try to Forget” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Allene Corliss; SHORT STORY = “Black-Tie Cowboy” by Robert Carson - “The Birds” by Harry Sylvester - “The Stella Maris by Edmund Gilligan - “Riding High” by Nick Boddie Williams - “Tough Guy” by Norman Katkov; ARTICLES = “The Truth Shall set you Free – Anti American Feelings in Europe” by Henry Lodge Cabot Jr.; “Collier's 58th Annual All America Football Team” by Grantland Rice; “Britain's Fascist Phoenix – Empty Allure of Fascism” by Peter Packer; “Vocal Boy Makes Good – Record Business's Joe Kapp”; “Uncle Sam's Gate Crashers – Border Patrol's Fight Against Human Trafficking” by John Maloney;)

DECEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = “Girl Skier Soaking her Feet in Hot Water still in Ski Clothes” by Martha Sawyers; BACK COVER AD = Camel and Prince Albert with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Virgil Oliphant's Christmas Present” part 1 of 2 by Lawrence Williams; SHORT STORY = “Incident on the Bridge at Enna” by Pat Frank - “Relic of Fort Tejon” by Kenneth Perkins - “Big Deal” by Louis Kamp - “Emergency” by Charles Carver - “A Dish of Apples” by Walter C. Brown; ARTICLES = “Politics on the Campus” by Dickson Hartwell; “Pleasure before Business – Businessmen Wooing Customer” by Lester Velie; “”Every Little Movement – Jerome Robbins new Ballet 'In High Button Shoes' “ by Amy Porter; “Open House in Canada – Welcoming European Immigrants” by Edward P. Morgan; “The Winner of the Collier Trophy – Lewis A. Rodert” by Frederick R. Neely; “India's Agony – Hindu and Moslems on Verge of Civil War” by Weldon James;)

DECEMBER 27 (FRONT COVER = “Mom and Dad and Son Unwrapping Christmas Presents” by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Coke with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Virgil Oliphant's Christmas Present” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lawrence Williams; SHORT STORY = “The Next Hill” John C. Neff - “The Housebroke Hog” by Wyatt Blassingame - “Clean Blood” by Robert E. Pinkerton - “I Told You So” by Dick Friendlich - “The Last Word” by Morton Thompson; ARTICLES = “A Star to Live By – Veteran Seeks Out Wartime Chaplin for Help” by Howard Whitman; “We are Plowing a new Dustbowl – Grain Farming Practices” by Wessel Smitter; “The Polish Dream – Land Wrested from Germany” by Erika Mann; “Young Notes in New Carols – Five New Christmas Carols written by Children”; “Adventure in the South – Newspaperman from India tours Dixie” by A.N. Sivaraman; “The Reasonable Miss Young – Loretta Young” by Jim Marshall;)

1948

JANUARY 3 (FRONT COVER = Miss 1948 Patty Valentine; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ballet Star Kathryn Lee; SERIAL = “Cocktail's at Blindman's Lake” part 1 of 3 by Lawrence G. Blochman; SHORT STORY = “This is the Night” by Baird Hall - “Four Alarm” by D.D. Beauchamp - “Oh, Lovely Land” by Ernest Haycox - “Previous Date” by Oviatt McConnell - “The First Foot” by Allan R. Bosworth; ARTICLES = “Designs for Touring – Part 1 Salt Water, Salubrity and Sin – Mississippi Gulf Coast”; “Strife Among the Roses – The Rose Bowl and Cost” by Hannibal Coons; “For Landings Sake – Airline Safety and Dependability yet to be Had” by Frederick R. Neely; “The Truth in Russian Eyes – The Newspaper 'Pravda' “ by O. Henry Brandon; “The People's Life Preservers – The F.D.A.” by Robert F. Loftus and Ronald G. Van Tine; “Veni, Vidi Valli – Italian actress Valli;)

JANUARY 10 (FRONT COVER = Cypress Gardens Aquamaids Barbara Deniston and Martha Mitchell; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Gary Cooper; SERIAL = “Cocktails at Blindman's Lake” part 2 of 3 by Lawrence G. Blochman; SHORT STORY = “The Girl Next Door” by Corey Ford - “The Last Fox Hunt” by Eric Hatch - “The Bull Salesman” by Pendleton Hogan - “Hole in the Ground” by SamuelW. Taylor - “It Isn't Just saying 'NO' “by John Jefferson; ARTICLES = “Clubs are Trumps – Growing Members of Service Clubs” by Oren Arnold; “Congress Conscience is Six foot Six – Christian A. Herter” by Bill Davidson; “A Night at the Uproar – Spike Jones” by Jim Marshall; “Steel in the Surf – Sport Harpooning” by Daniel P. Mannix; “Ladies in Wading – 1948 Swimsuits” by Barbara Banks; “Hong Kong Boom Town – New Pearl of the Orient” by Weldon James;)

JANUARY 17 (FRONT COVER = Young Snow Sledders – Eleanor and Earlene Ferguson of Sun Valley, Idaho; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Cocktails at Blindman's Lake” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Lawrence G. Blochman - “The Third Monkey” part 1 of 4 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “Snow in the Canyon” by Ernest Haycox - “The Kissing of Patricia” by Henry Beetle Hough - “One More River to Cross” by Philip Clark - “The Bedspread” by George Bradshaw; ARTICLES = “Your Ice Age Ancestor – Prehistoric Fossil Remains from Mexico” by Helmut de Terra; “Under a Red Thumb – Finland's Russian Neighbor” by Collie Small; “”Civil Rights Mean Good Business” by Charles Luckman; “Human Eagles – Fraternal Order of Eagles” by Wade H. Nichols and Ike Vern; “The Coiffures are not Comis – Women's Hair Styles from Comic Strips”; “The Flying Bietilas – Skiing's Most Famous Family” by Phil Drotning;)

JANUARY 24 (FRONT COVER = “Big Red Riding Hood” by Earl Oliver Hurst; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Third Monkey” part 2 of 4 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “The Hippopotamus and a Girl named Sheilagh” by William Chapman White - “Satan had Another Name” by Charles B. Child - “Sweet Youth” by Jacland Marmur - “The Toto and his Toe” by Laurence Kirk - “Westward the Road” by Lynn Montross; ARTICLES = “The G.O.P.'s Off Stage Prompter – Speaker of the House Joe Martin” by Frank Gervasi; “This will Tax your Credulity – Long Range Tax Solution to U.S. Business Woes” by Leon Henderson; “”The Emperor Waltz – Bing Crosby and Joan Fontaine in this Hollywood Epic”; “Iceman – Toronto Maple Leafs Coach Conn Smythe” by Trent Frayn;)

JANUARY 31 (FRONT COVER = Norma Miller sitting in the Surf; BACK COVER AD = Camel with New York Rangers Cal Gardner; SERIAL = “The Third Monkey” part 3 of 4 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “The Tarpon” by Cyril Hume - “Four is a Crowd” by Nard Jones - “The Stuffed Shirt and the Lady” by Struthers Burt - “The Man who Moved Rocks” by Nicholas Breckenridge - “2 Martinis” by Elizabeth Reeves; ARTICLES = “The End of Romantic Marriage – Love Alone is not Enough” by Ernest W. Burgess; “Designs for Touring – Part 2 Beauty on a Bend – Big Bend country of Texas”; “It Looks so Easy – Ballroom Dancers the De Marcos” by Kyle Crichton; “Each Game he Dies – North Caroline State basketball coach Everett Case” by Furman Bisher; “The Miracles of Dr. Spies – Work on Starvation Sickness” by Dickson Hartwell;)

FEBRUARY 7 (FRONT COVER = “Pink Ice Queen” by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Rise Stevens; SERIAL = “The Third Monkey” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Adela Rogers St. Johns - “The Mysterious Way” part 1 of 6 by Samuel W. Taylor; SHORT STORY = “The Peculiar Quest of Danny O'Hare” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Rum for Dinner” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “- Where you Find It” by Morton Thompson - “The Beast in Mr. Cardigan” by Joe Coogan; ARTICLES = “Around the World with the Flivver Fliers – Cliff Evans and George Truman in Piper Cubs” part 1 of 2 by Clifford Evans and George Truman; “The Providential Provident – New York's the Provident Loan” by Caroline Bird; “Twilight on the Navajo Trail – Beaurocracy and the Indians” by Jim Marshall; “Ghost Town on Skis – Aspen, Colorado” by Evan M. Wylie;)

FEBRUARY 14 (FRONT COVER = “Photographer Mathew B. Brady getting Abraham Lincoln posed for a Photo” by C.C. Beall; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Mysterious Way” part 2 of 6 by Samuel W. Taylor; SHORT STORY = “The Owl Hoots Twice” by Sax Rohmer - “Flag of Truce” by Robert Lewis Taylor - “ The Indisposition of Mister MacDougal” by Frank Laskier - “Teacher's Pet” by William Porter - “The Statue” by Corey Ford; ARTICLES = “Three Million Woman Power – The General Federation of Women's Clubs” by Wade H. Nichols and Ike Vern; “City to Order – Chicago's Park Forest” by Harry Henderson ans Sam Shaw; “The Luck of the British – Gambling still Going On” by Peter Packer; “Boston Beanery – Eatery Durgin-Park”; “Around the World with the Flivver Fliers – Cliff Evans and George Truma in Piper Cubs” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Clifford Evans and George Truman; “Mr. Lincoln's Beard – An 11-year old Girl Suggested he Grow a Beard” by Ann Cutler;)

FEBRUARY 21 (FRONT COVER = “Rosemary Whiting holding a Locket” by Earl Cordrey; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Mysterious Way” part 3 of 6 by Samuel W. Taylor; SHORT STORY = “The Natural Selection of Einar O'Rourke” by Nord Riley - “The Busybody” by Arthur “bugs” Baer - “Come to the Fair” by Thomas Rourke - “Years of Bounty” by Harlan Ware - “Remember When...” by Jeffers Godfrey; ARTICLES = “John N. Garner's Story” part 1 of 5 by Bascom N. Timmons; “Movie Menace – The Sinister Charms of Robert Mitchum; “Berlin's Winter of Fear – The Battle for Survival” by Collie Small; “”Flip Flap Champ – JoAnn Matthews is Queen of the Tumbling Pad” by William T. Rives; “Designs for Touring – Part 3 Desert Empire – Death Valley” by Jim Marshall; “Brownsfield's Still Here – A Maine Town Reborn after Forest Fire”;)

FEBRUARY 28 (FRONT COVER = Amy Richards sliding Down a Bannister; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Mysterious Way” part 4 of 6 by Samuel W. Taylor; SHORT STORY = “Jason Hazard's Swim” by Walter Havighurst - “The Female Circumstance” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “Cupid up the Bayou” by Roark Bradford - “The Farmer's Face” by Guy Nunn - “Interuptions, Interuptions” by Edgar Brooke; ARTICLES = “How to Beat the Communists” by Walter P. Reuther; “Walter Winchell – An American Phenomenon” by Dickson Hartwell; “Our Lights are Going Out – Electrical Power Shortages” by A.G. Mezerik; “John E. Garner's Story” part 2 of 5 by Bascom N. Timmons; “Hot Sun Hockey – Pacific Coast Hockey League” by Hannibal Coons; “Boys at Work – Variety Clubs Boys Ranch for Delinquents in Texas” by Hermann B. Deutsch and Paul Short;)

MARCH 6 (FRONT COVER = New York Yankees Pitcher – Frank Shea; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Gregory Peck – Valli – Louis Jordan – Ethel Barrymore – Charles Coburn – Ann Todd; SERIAL = “The Mysterious Way” part 5 of 6 by Samuel W. Taylor; SHORT STORY = “Jeff Coongate and the Stolen Crony” by Edmund Ware - “The Day before Sunday” by Eli Waldron - “Blessed are the Merciful” by Charles B. Child - “Dark Red for Love” by Jack Sher - “Meet My Family” by William L. Worden; ARTICLES = “Between the Bear and the Dragon – China Fighting Communist Takeover” by Christopher Rand; “Sports in the Spring – Collier's New Sports Authority Bill Fay”; “Hollywood Goes to Rome – Making of the Movie 'Cagliostro' by Gregory Ratoff” by Carl; French; “Toward Peace in Labor” by Robert A. Taft; “John N. Garner's Story” part 3 of 5 by Bascom N. Timmons; “Whether Man – New York City Blizzard of 1947” by Kyle Crichton; “Hard Times come to Wall Street” bt Lester Velie;)

MARCH 13 (FRONT COVER = “Flossie Whitcomb applying Eye Shadow” by Jon Whitcomb; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer's Pens; SERIAL = “The Mysterious Way” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Samuel W. Taylor - “Madame President” part 1 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = “The Long View” by D.D. Beauchamp - “Falling Star” by William Lindsay Gresham - “Grandma Wooten and the Witch” by Michael Fessier - “Heads I Win” by Francis Whiting; ARTICLES = “Collier's Sports – Hitting the Crystal Ball – 1948 Baseball Pennant Races” by Bill Fay; “The Track that Doc Built – Doc Strub's Sanita Anita Park” by Cameron Shipp; “Russia's Best Known Secret – Head of the Secret Police Beria” by Craig Thompson; “John N. Garner's Story” part 4 of 5 by Bascom N. Timmons; “Designs for Touring – Part 4 The Mermaid in a Bottle – Charleston, South Carolina”; “The Fallacies of Palestine – The Creation of a Jewish State” by Lessing J. Rosenwald;)

MARCH 20 (FRONT COVER = Ann Blythe with Dalmation named Spotty; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Madame President” part 2 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = “Lord and Master” by Richard Stern - “Mrs. Benson” by Ernest Haycox - “Full Blooded Indian” by William Fuller - “Beware of the Baby” by Corey Ford - “The Ruaways” by Roderick Lull; ARTICLES = “John Garner's Story” part 5 of 5 conclusion Bascom N. Timmins; “What We're Afraid Of – Looming Fear of Another World War” by Howard Whitman; “And Now we go Bebop ! - Great Jazz Controversy” by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; “The Politicians Speak out on War, Taxes and the High Cost of Living – Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. - Thomas E. Dewey – Robert A. Taft – Harry Truman – Joseph W. Martin Jr. - Harold E. Stassen – Henry A. Wallace – Earl Warren”; “Food for Speculation – Grain Brokers” by Lester Velie;)

MARCH 27 (FRONT COVER = 4-year old Sherry Schwankovsky and 6-year old Judy Maldewin; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Madame President” part 3 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = “The Phantom Crybaby” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “The Roller-in-the-Aisle” by Donald Hough - “In a Pig's Eye” by Nancy Shores - “Papa was a Simple Man” by Henry Steig - “Hard Money” by Robert Ormond Case; ARTICLES = “De Gaulle, Horseman of Disillusion – Least of all Evils in France” by Charles Wertenbaker; “Democratic Repairman – James Howard McGrath” by Alden Hatch; “Horror in the Nursery – Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency” by Judith Crist; “Power and Glory on Wings – Definition of Truw Military Air Power” by W.B. Courtney; “The Girl We'd Most – Miss Janis Paige ot Tacoma;)

APRIL 3 (FRONT COVER = “Joan Vohs in the Rain with a Pot of Tulips” by Michael; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Madame President” part 4 of 5 by Jay Franklin; SHORT STORY = “A Crodd for Urdia” by C. Vernon Frost - “Fair Exchange” by Mort Green - “A Penny for your Thoughts” by Laurence Kirk - “The April Road” by Faith Prior - “The Gracious Senor” by Robert Zacks; ARTICLES = “Campus Crusader – Harold Taylor of Sarah Lawrence College” by Bill Gottlieb; “Designs for Touring – Part 5 Detour to a Paradise Lost – New York's Finger Lakes”; “No Miracle in the Marshall Plan” by Brien McMahon; “High Prices make Cheap Living – Inflation and the Middle Class” by Lester Velie; “Brothers in Crime – The Renos were Train Robbers of the 1860's” by David Dressler;)

APRIL 10 (FRONT COVER = 5-year old Barbara McMillan with Baby Chicks; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “”Madame President” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Jay Franklin - “I'm a Stranger in Town Myself” part 1 of 3 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “The Half Shot Hereford” by Nord Riley - “A Very Funny Guy” by Jack Sher - “Bride and Room” by D.H. Johnson - “A Sure Thing” by I.J. Kapstein; ARTICLES = “The House at Hyde Park – The Home President Roosevelt Loved” by Milton Lehman; “Spare Time Statesman – President of General Electric Charles Wilson” by Bill Davidson - “Does the Army want the Reserves ?” by Donald Robinson; “Sketches in Sawdust – Circus Artist Walt Kuhn”; “Why Atoms don't Fly – thr Trouble with Atomic Powered Flight” by Frederickl R. Neely;)

APRIL 17 (FRONT COVER = Fly Fisherwoman Jo Ann Barbier; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Claudette Colbert; SERIAL = “I'm a Stranger in Town Myself” part 2 of 3 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “Hunsecker Fights the World” by Ernest Lehman - “A Cree could say Goodbye” by Joseph Kinsey Howard - “In this Corner – Mary Ann” by Arthur 'Bugs' Baer - “The Best Laid Plans” by Andrew Geer - “Yes, Sir !” by Louis Kamp; ARTICLES = “Men, Mikes and Money – Early Efforts of NBC to Win a Place in the Entertainment Industry” part 1 of 4 by Merlin H. Aylesworth; “Fisherman's Prof – Penn State Professor of Trout Fishing is George Harvey” by Russ Davis; “Escape from Austerity – British Dominions Luring Britisher's” by Collie Small; “Tandy Arrives on a Streetcar – Jessica Tandy” by Amy Porter; “”It's Hard to be Your Age – Even for Grownups” by Hannah Lees; “Beating the Arctic Bush – Alaska's Bush Pilots” by Richard L. Neuberger;)

APRIL 24 (FRONT COVER = Mary Ann Atkins of Duke University; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Champion Water Skier Nancy Stilley; SERIAL = “I'm a Stranger in Town Myself” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “I Have a Wallet” by Roderick Lull - “The Shearing at Nello” by Richard Wilcox - “The Horse Latitudes” by Ernest K. Gann - “Violet” by Francis Towers - “My Sister Mary” by Keith Edgar; ARTICLES = “So You Want to be President ! - The Rugged Aspects of the Job” by Merriman Smith; “The Farmer's Best Friend – The National Grange” by Wade H. Nichols and Ike Vern; “Designs for Touring – Part 6 Out Where the West Ends – Western Oregon”; “Men Mikes and Money – As Radio Grew so did Radio City Music Hall” part 2 of 4 by Merlin H. Aylesworth; “Who Will Run the Red Sox ? - New Coach Joe McCarthy”;)

MAY 1 (FRONT COVER = “Jungle Jim or Athletes Brain” by Lawson Wood; BACK COVER AD = “Chesterfield with Joe DiMaggio – Stan Musial – Ted Williams – Ewell Blackwell – Bob Elliott – Bucky Harris; SERIAL = “My Friend Joseph” part 1 of 2 by Neil Paterson; SHORT STORY = “The Day's Work” by Owen Cameron - “It Used to be an Old Barn” by Corey Ford - “The Price” by Harry Sylvester - “Renaissance” by Lucy Salamanca - “The Pearl Handled Humbug” by Roark Bradford; ARTICLES = “Men, Mikes and Money – NBC had Many Dark Hours at First” by part 3 of 4 by Merlin H. Aylesworth; “The Vanishing Bee – Her Importance to the National Economy” by Robert B. Willson and D.E. Wheeler; “”Governor Dewey on the Problems Facing America” by John Kord Lagemann; “The Walker Brat – Broadway Star Nancy Walker” by Ted Shane; “What's Wrong with Veteran's Schools ? - Waste” by Albert Q. Maisel;)

MAY 8 (FRONT COVER = “Mystery Girl – posed by Lillian Brokal” byVincent Guise; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Motorcycle Hill Climbing Champion Glen Murdaugh; SERIAL = “My Friend Joseph” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Neil Paterson - “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 1 of 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “The Man who went Back” by Robert Easton - “Who'll Sit with the Baby Sitter ?” by Everett M. Weber - “Code of the West” by Eustace Cockrell - “Clear Havana Filler” by Ernest Lehman; ARTICLES = “Men, Mikes and Money – Politicians and Movie Stars take to the Airwaves” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Merlin H. Alesworth; “Low Man on the Wallace Poll – Senator Glen Taylor” by Frank Gervas; “Hate with Russian Dressing – U.S.S.R. And their Reaction to the Marshall Plan” by Alexander Kendrick; “Women's Fashion – Cotton gewts a Beauty Treatment” by Ruth Carson; “Let's Stop Abuses in Veteran's Schools – Need to Amend the G.I. Bill of Rights” by Homer E Ramey; “Fish Pond Sailors – Model Yacht Racing Clubs” by Grady Johnson;)

MAY 15 (FRONT COVER = “Little Girl Blowing Dandelion” by Ariane Beigneux; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 2 of 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “Breakfast in Bed” by Jack Finney - “The Flight” by William Brandon - “Sleepwalker” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “Not so Young” by Robert Fontaine - “River Screamer” by Zachary Ball; ARTICLES = “Are We Short of Water ?” by Lester Velie; “General MacArthur – His Stewardship in Japan” by George Creel; “Collier's Awards for Distinguished Congressional Service – Alben W. Barkley and Christian A. Herter”; “Lillies in the U.S.A. - Broadway Musical Comedy 'Inside U.S.A.' by Arthur Schwartz” by James Poling; “Lou is Cleveland's Business – St. Louis Browns Lou Boudreau” by Kyle Crichton; “Cancer, the Child Killer” by Lawrence Galton; “Designs for Touring – Part 7You'll be Comin' Round the Mountain – The Great Smokies”;)

MAY 22 (FRONT COVER = Tarpon Fishing in Florida; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Roller Skater Raven Malone; SERIAL = “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 3 of 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “The Storm” by Laurence Critchell - “For Business Reasons” by Robert Carson - “Chief of the Utals” by Edward Rohrbough - “The Time, the Place, the Man” by James A. Kirch - “The Bugler and Gideon Lee” by Neill C. Wilson; ARTICLES = “Crazy Like a Box Top – Commercial Contests are Big Business” by Edward P. Morgan; “How America will Defend Herself – Carry the Fight to the Enemy” by Paul Schubert; “Silver Scrapper – Tarpon Fishing in Florida” by Rube Allyn; “Doodles International – What's in a Diplomat's Idle Doodling” by O. Henry Brandon; “Behind the Pelestine Reversal” by Jorge Garcia-Granados; “Jaunt with Janie – Jane Greer” by Jim Marshall;)

MAY 29 (FRONT COVER = “Flower Hat on Model – Hat Designed by Keneth Hopkins of Beverly Hills” by Earl Cordrey; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 4 of 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “Custom of the Country” by Ernest Haycox - “Rich Girl, Poor Man” by Peter B. Kyne - “The Far Off Bugle” by Constance Wagner - “Shakespeare Should Drop Dead” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “Ham on Cheese on Rye” by Frederic Sinclair; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – He Wanted to be President” part 1 by Robert E. Sherwood; “God's Underground in Russia” by Father George; “Open Letter to Jimmie Fidler – He Tells Hollywood how to Behave” by George Frazier; “Teenage Talent – Collier's Fourth Annual High School Art Contest Winners” by Leonard A. Paris; “Go to Sleep – Theories on Sommolence and Insomnia” by James Dugan;)

JUNE 5 (FRONT COVER = Model Airplane and Douglass Morgan and Paula Turner of the Snafu Club; BACK COVER AD = Gillette; SERIAL “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 5 of 6 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “The Third Accident” by Edward Ronns - “Person-To-Person” by Robert Carse - “G.A.R.” by Eric Hatch - “A Slight Case of Connectticut” by Dana Burnet - “Step Lively” by Burton Benjamin; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – The Former Naval Person” part 2 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Circles of our Defense – Plan of Global Strategy to SafeGuard against Attack” by Paul Schubert; “End of a Beautiful Fued – Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons” by Dickson Hartwell; “Figurin' Frank – Sports Statistics and Facts by Frank Menke” by Dan Parker;)

JUNE 12 (FRONT COVER = “Cocker Spaniel chasing a Black Cat past a Woman Kneeling in her Garden” by Warren Baumgartner; BACK COVER AD = “Chesterfield with Alan Ladd; SERIAL = “Shadow of Fu Manchu” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Sax Rohmer - “The Bramble Bush” part 1 of 5 by David Duncah; SHORT STORY = “Dear Miss Phillips” by Louis Paul - “Once to Every Woman” by Frederick Borg - “Important to a Man” by Nick Boddie Williams - “It All Came Out” by Philip Dunnington; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – The Common-Law Marriage” part 3 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Out of this World – The Palomar Telescope is Completed” by Jim Marshall; “Fashion High Command – How Experts choose Clothes for American Women” by Ruth Carson; “Can We Guarantee a Free Europe ?” by John Foster Dulles; “Two Party Gal – Washington Hostess Mrs. Perle Mesta wines and dines Democrats and Republicans” by Eulalie McDowell; “ Saint Lo Fights another Battle – Rebuilding” by Stanley Frank;)

JUNE 19 (FRONT COVER = Champion Swimmer Suzanne Zimmerman; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Rodeo Champion Ken Roberts; SERIAL = “The Bramble Bush” part 2 of 5 by David Duncan; SHORT STORY = “Along Came Mary” by William A. Krauss - “Marabou for Mama” by Arthur Mayse - “Even Up” by Ray P. Holland - “The Makings” by Norman A. Fox - “Hannigan” by George S. Brooks; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Stalin Spoke of Morals” part 4 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Designs for Touring – Part 8 They Cut Down the old Pine Tree – Northern Michigan”; “The Two Mr. Vandenbergs – Senator Arthur Vendenberg” by Bill Davidson; “Calico Swing – Square Dance Attire” by Barbara Banks; Homemade Boom in Dixie – Arkansas and Mississippi” by Lester Velie; “Hunting of the Swede – Marta Toren” by Kyle Crichton;)

JUNE 26 (FRONT COVER = “Blonde Wearing Cancan Swimsuit” by Earl Oliver Hurst; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike: SERIAL = “The Bramble Bush” part 3 of 5 by David Duncan; SHORT STORY = “Ring Shy” by Hal Masson and Richard Stroup - “Death had a Voice” by Charles B. Child - “The Man who Painted himself Blue” by Kermit Rolland - “What Would You Do ?” by Russell V. Ritchey - “The General was a Honest Man” by Will F. Jenkins; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Pressure of War” part 5 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Chislers Holiday – Bogus Unemployment Insurance Claims” by Howard Whitman; “Our Job in Italy – Beating the Communist in Elections” by Charles Wertenbaker; “Dancing School Bonanza – Fred Astaire with Marion Murray” by Sylvia Brooks; “”Joan od Arc – Ingrid Bergman” by Elizabeth Treadway; “Warren Warmup – California Governor Earl Warren” by George Creel;)

JULY 3 (FRONT COVER = 4-year old Bobby Diamond feeding his 3-month old brother Gary; BACK COVER AD = Milky Way Chocolate Bar; SERIAL = “The Bramble Bush” part 4 of 5 by David Duncan; SHORT STORY = “Cupid with Celluloid Wings” by William Chapman White - “Girls Like Me” by Hilda Cole Espy - “Squaw Medicine” by Bennett Foster - “Sweet Revenge” by Ralph Nelson - “Errors od Judgment” by Alfred F. Loomis; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Roosevelt's Greatest Dilemma” part 6 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Scandals in Veterans Housing” part 1 of 2 by Albert Q. Maisel; “Six Artists and a Model – Model Edith Franklin” by Leonard A. Paris; “Good Time Street – Manhattan's 52nd Street” by Bill Gottleib; “Truman's Trouble” by Frank Gervasi; “The Hot Potato Olympics – 1948 Olympics in London” by Collie Small;)

JULY 10 (FRONT COVER = 6-year old Lorna Gail Gillam stepping in a Brook in Maplecrest, New York; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Rosalind Russell; SERIAL = “The Bramble Bush” part 6 of 6 conclusion by David Duncan - “More Beautiful than Murder” part 1 of 5 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “Mr. Spofford isn't In” by Darby St. John - “The Undefeated Heart” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Pianissimo” by Robert Fontaine - “The Dear, Dead Past” by A.A. Milne; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – The Great Coalition” part 7 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Inhuman Nature – The War against Bugs” by Ted Shane; “Barry Go Braugh – Barry Fitzgerald” by Irving Wallace; “Ostriches aren't so Dumb” by Daniel P. Mannix; “Scandals in Verterans Housing” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Albert Q. Maisel;)

JULY 17 (FRONT COVER = Arline Daucett and Stan Robins at the Rockport Lobster Fishery in Maine; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “More Beautiful than Murder” part 2 of 5 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “One Day, One Life” by Frederick Borg - “Are You Sure ?” by Samuel W. Taylor - “On Bakeoven Grade” by Ernest Haycox - “Laughter Must be Shared” by William Chadwick; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – We Prepare for a Second Front” part 8 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Designs for Touring – Part 9 Trail of the Leaning S – Yellowstone and Grand Teton Country; “The Blooming of Margaret Rose – Close-up of the 17-year old Princess Margaret” by Collie Small; 'Travelling Companion – The American Express Company” by Eleanor Harris; “Unwanted – Europe's Displaced Persons” by W.B. Courtney;)

JULY 24 (FRONT COVER = 4-year old Janet White sleeping with her Doll; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “More Beautiful than Murder” part 3 of 5 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “The Small Time” by Max Schulman - “You'll Find Out” by Chester L. Smith Jr. - “The Emir's Fountain Pen” by Alan Jenkins - “A Beast for the Temple” by Richard Wilcox - “The Lodge Brother” by Dave Grubb; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Molotov Demands and Gets an Answer” part 9 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Does your Job make you Sick ? - Round Pegs in Square Holes” by Lester Velie; “Window to the Universe – How the Palomar Telescope Works” by Ira S. Bowen; “Royality Under Wraps – They Dream of Returning to a World that has Crumbled” by Igor Cassini; “Hero on Horseback – Roy Rogers an Idol to the World's Youth” by Ashton Reid;)

JULY 31 (FRONT COVER = Janet Abel; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “More Beautiful than Murder” part 4 of 5 by Octavus Roy Cohen; SHORT STORY = “The Chousey Man” by James Atlee Phillips - “Flannagan's Last Resort” by Nord Riley - “For Divers Reasons” by Eustace Cockrell and Daniel Gordon - “Monkey's Uncle” by Richard Stern - “The High Hip Rider” by Roark Bradford; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – The Soft Underbelly” part 10 by Robert E. Sherwood; “The War against Dope Runners – U.S. Operating with the Mexican Government” by Peter Packer; “Designs for Touring – Part 10 Mountain Mutton – The old Ute Trail in the Colorado Rockies”; “Assassin of the Dance – Iva Kitchell” by Kyle Crichton; “”Pell-Mel Patton – Sprinter Mel Patton” by Andrew Roberts;)

AUGUST 7 (FRONT COVER = 13-year old Wallace Dobler of Flint, Michigan; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with William Bendix; SERIAL = “More Beautiful than Murder” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Octavus Roy Cohen - “An Affair of State” part I of 4 by Pat Frank; SHORT STORY = “The High Cost of Collette” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “But Not Necessarily Sweet” by Jay Wilson - “Good Morning” by Mark Hager - “Mrs. O'brien Holds that Tiger” by Joe McCarthy; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Climax at Casablanca” part 11 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Philadelphia – Corrupt and not Contented” by Dickson Hartwell; “Bendix Bats for Ruth – William Bendix plays Babe Ruth in the movie'The Babe Ruth Story” by Kyle Crichton; “Judge Goldsborough takes the Stand” by Bill Davidson; “A Sucker don't want to be Told – Gambling on the Horses” by Robert Sylvester;)

AUGUST 14 (FRONT COVER = Joan Crouch of Westwood, California drinking from a Hose; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “An Affair of State” part 2 of 4 by Pat Frank; SHORT STORY = “Gentleman George” by R.R. Doister - “Stars in his Hair” by Russell Beggs - “A Lady for Ballarol” by Garald Lagard - “The Half Naked Truth” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “Where There's Smoke” by Edgar Brooke; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Italy Down for the Count” part 12 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Designs for Touring – Part 11 Playground in the Sky – Jasper National Park”; “What Every New Draftee Should Know” by Howard Whitman; “Ryder of the Comic Page – Fred Harman the Creator” by James Poling; “Road to the 19th Hole – Golfing with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby” by Ted Shane;)

AUGUST 21 (FRONT COVER = Smiling Boys in a Towel after a Swim are 7-year old Paul and 5-year old Philip Arsenault; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “An Affair of State” part 3 of 4 by Pat Frank; SHORT STORY = “Plenty of Time for Love” by louis Paul - “The Inspector had a Wife” by Charles B. Child - “The Fugative” by Val Duncan - “The Logger and the Lady” by Arthur Mayse - “River Crossing” by Lester Dent; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – From Cairo to Teheran” part 13 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Traffic Traps for Tourists” by Jack Harrison Pollack; “Red Clouds over Olympus – Greece Village of Magoula” by Quentin Reynolds; “Sunday Dinner” a 1-page Comic Strip by Hank Ketcham; “There Goes Rusty ! - Greyhound Racing” by Kyle Crichton;)

AUGUST 28 (FRONT COVER = “Billie Darling knitting Argyle Sock with the Help of a Kitten” by Wilson Cutler; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Diving Star Miss Jim Fairbrother; SERIAL = “An Affair of State” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Pat Frank - “Second Man on the Ticket” part 1 of 4 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “Someone to Watch over Katie” by W.L. Knickmeyer - “Boy's Best Friend” by Robert Carson - “It Wouldn't be Fair” by Jack Finney - “Rain in August” by Anthony Steven; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Three Titans Spin the World” part 14 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Kansas Staggers to the Polls – Will They Vote to Stay a Dry State ?” by Collie Small; “Why Ike Said No – Presidential Nomination” by Marquis W. Childs; “Carelessness – the Child Killer” part 1 of 2 by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; 'Air Transport the Answer to Air Power” by W.B. Courtney;)

SEPTEMBER 4 (FRONT COVER = 12-year old Gordon Stewart Brown having an Ice Cream Cone; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Susan Hayward; SERIAL = “Second Man on the Ticket” part 2 of 4 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “Passport to Missouri” by Laurence Critchell - “Collector's Item” by Roald Dahl - “Broadway Doll” by Gordon Malherbe Hillman - “The Win to go Home” W.C. Heinz - “The Unchained” by Robert Zacks; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – The Rising Tide of Dissension” part 15 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Miracles Made to Order – Modern Chemical Research” by Lester Velie; “State Department Quarterback – Charles Eustis Bohlen” by Robert S. Allen; “Very Tired Lady – Queen Wilhelmina of Holland” by Quentin Reynolds;)

SEPTEMBER 11 (FRONT COVER = Lynne Bau with Great Pyrenees Ronnie; BACK COVER = Camel with Precision Flyer Betty Skelton; SERIAL = “Second Man on the Ticket” part 3 of 4 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “Pardon My Symptoms” by Nard Jones - “The Girl who was Nobody's Daughter” by Margaret Chase - “He had no Reservations” by Michael Fessier - “The Shanahan Strad” by Paul Jones - “The One-Eyed Poacher and the Long Night” by Edmund Ware; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Triumph, Disillusionment and Death” part 16 by Robert E. Sherwood; “Carelessness – the Child Killer” part 2 of 2 by Harry Henderson and Sam Shaw; “Bread Within the Waters – Fissioned Atomic Sea Farming to Come” by Lester Velie; “”How to Get Whistled At – It's Ann Delafield's Job to Help You” by Ruth Carson; “Rifle Arm Sammy – Sammy Baugh the Quarterback of the Washington Redskins” by Frank L. Dennis;)

SEPTEMBER 18 (FRONT COVER = “Doing the Splits in Mid-Air is Drum Majorette Muriel Marshall; BACK COVER AD – Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Second Man on the Ticket” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Edwin Lanham - “Marriage '48” part 1 of 5 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = “The Wedding Present” by Stuart Cloete - “She's a Big Girl Now” by Josephine Bentham - “The Glass Cornet” by Kingsley Tufts - “Duffy Takes a Hand” by Jerone Brondfield; ARTICLES = “The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins – Last Mission to Moscow” part 17 conclusion by Robert E. Sherwood; “How the Reds Snatched Henry Wallace” by Louis Frances Budenz; “The World's Biggest Store – Macy's in New York City” by Dickson Hartwell; “Nancy and Me – Comic Strip” by Ernie Bushmiller; “A Princess Sells her Sarong” by Bill Davidson; “Has Polio Met it's Match ? - New Drug Darvisul” by J. D. Ratcliff;)

SEPTEMBER 25 (FRONT COVER = 8-year old Carol Nugent caught Drawing Teacher on the Blackboard; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Marriage '48” part 2 of 5 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = “Of Mice and Molly” by John Bailey - “Death Had Strange Hands” by Charles B. Child - “It Happened to a Dog” by Alastair MacBain - “The Tree of Heaven” by Elizabeth Enright - “Chez Fleurette” by Edwin Rutt - “Silent Witness” by Harold Goldman; ARTICLES = “Billie Burke – Her Story” part 1 of 3 by Billie Burke; “Confessions of a Railroad Cop” by lt. James R. Thompson; “Rainbow Route to Berlin – Air Lift of Flour and Coal” by Quentin Reynolds; “Oil Below the Rio Grande – Mexican Oil Fields” by Frank Gervasi; “How to Keep Out of Trouble” by Howard Whitman;)

OCTOBER 2 (FRONT COVER = Frank Weed Sr. and Frank Weed Jr. with pointer Frankie; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Jane Wyman; SERIAL = “Marriage '48” part 3 of 5 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = “The Balance of Virtue” by George Bradshaw - “His Brother-in-Law's Keeper” by Max Shulman - “Episode” by Bel Kaufman - “Hold Fast, My Love” by Eric Hatch - “Man-Eater from Snohomish” by Warren Anderson; ARTICLES = “Billie Burke – Her Story” part 2 of 3 by Billie Burke; “Death in the Classroom – Unsafe Schools” part 1 of 2 by Amy Porter; “ Godmother to Little Yanks – Mary Rizzotto of the World Children's Foundation” by Sigmund Sameth; “Hawkshaws in Skirts – Women Private Detectives” by Harmon and Elsie Tupper; “The Campaign Trains Roll Again – Rail Campaigns and the History of the Movement” by Collie Small; “Smithson's House of Wonders – The Smithsonian Institution” by Frank Gervasi;)

OCTOBER 9 (FRONT COVER = Young Boy Watching the World Series; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Tightrope Walker Harold Alzana; SERIAL = “Marriage '48” part 4 of 5 by Vera Caspary; SHORT STORY = “Come Home... Not Marching” by Richard Wormser - “The Forage Cap” by Harry Sylvester - “O'Connor and the Blue Eyed Felon” by Nord Riley - “Murder in Szechwan” by Robert Branson - “Tomorrow or the Next Day” by John Randolph Phillips; ARTICLES = “Billie Burke – Her Story” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Billie Burke; “Death in the Classroom – Unsafe Schools” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Amy Porter; “The Klan Rides the South Again - Klu Klux Klan” by Lester Velie; “Watchdog in the White House – Fleet Admiral William Leahy” by Frank Gervasi; “The Big Series Scramble – Tightest Race Ever” by Kyle Crichton;)

OCTOBER 16 (FRONT COVER = Mr. W.E. Harper showing young Peter Alling the Wonders of the Pacific; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Marriage '48” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Vera Caspary - “The Impudent Rifle” part 1 of 6 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “A Nice New Pair of Wings” by Ernest K. Gann - “Saturday Fever” by James Atlee Phillips - “A Man for Dalphine” by James J. Simonds - “Good-by, Good-by” by Eden Vale; ARTICLES = “Headline Heaven – The National Press Club Building in Washington” by Frank Gervasi; “Our Poisoned Water – Pollution Problems” by Bill Davidson; “How Boss Crump was Licked” by Estes Kefauver; “She Dies for Old Columbia – Wife of Coach Lou Little – Loretta Little” by Quentin Reynolds; “Joe Palooka and Me – Comic Strip” by Ham Fisher; “Amos 'n' Andy – Ain't dat Sumpin' “by John Crosby; “Bright Kids can Fail” by Hannah Lees;)

OCTOBER 23 (FRONT COVER = University of Miami cheerleaders Jack Schroedel and Joan Georgitson; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Bobbie Steele; SERIAL = “The Impudent Rifle” part 2 of 6 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “The Trip” by Elizabeth Hayward - “Crying is for Squares” by Lawrence Williams - “Cayetano the Perfect” by Barnaby Conrad - “Big Lumber Deal” by Martin Cohen - “Mr. Bottle Lives Here” by Corey Ford; ARTICLES = “The Red Web in U.S. Labor” by Louis Francis Budenz; “”Speaking for the Democrats” by Kentucky Senator Alben W. Barkley; “Speaking for the Republicans” by California Governor Earl Warren; “The Fortune a Piano Built – Steinway” by Robert Sellmer; “Rocket Blitz from the Moon” by Robert S. Richardson; “The Debutante Industry” by Vivian Leigh; “Our Poisoned Air – Pollution” by Bill Davidson;)

OCTOBER 30 (FRONT COVER = Sprout and Pup; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer's Pens; SERIAL = “The Impudent Rifle” part 3 of 6 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Beauty and the Drop Kick” by Eustace Cockrell - “You Can get Just so much Justice” by John Andrew Rice - “The Luckiest Guy in Town” by Willard H. Temple - “Traffic Jam” by Lee Rogow; ARTICLES = “A Million Words a Minute – New Era of Communication” by Lester Velie; “From Piggly Wiggly to Keedoozle – Clarence Saunders” by John Kord Lagemann; “Mister Tobacco – President of American Tobacco Vincent Riggio” by Collie Small; “Europe's Battle Cry of Freedom” by Quentin Reynolds; “A Sucker's Best Friend – The Better Business Bureau” by Dickson Hartwell; “Girl with a Poetic Touch – Cathy O'donnell” by Kyle Crichton;)

NOVEMBER 6 (FRONT COVER = The SMU 1948 Backfield; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Zoo Curator Clyde Gordon; SERIAL = “The Impudent Rifle” part 4 of 6 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Long Distance Call” by Jack Finney - “The Egg Shaped kid” by Michael Fessier - “The Hour for Heartache” by Henry Steig - “The Trick” by E.R. Stuart - “Faro” by Robert Easton; ARTICLES = “What's Wrong with Our Spy System ?” by Frank Gervasi; “Country Unafraid – Norway they Expect a War with Russia” by Quentin Reynolds; “Opera Through Rose Colored Glasses” by Billy Rose; “Grow Your Own Gold – Gourd Seeds” by Lester Velie; “How I Got the Business in Government” by A.L.M. Wiggins;)

NOVEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = Debbie Reynolds with Lassie; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Tyrone Power; SERIAL = “The Impudent Rifle” part 5 of 6 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “The Great Macleod” by Hyatt Downing - “Final Bell” by James Atlee Phillips - “Rich Man, Rich Man” by Roark Bradford - “Command Performance” by Morton Thompson; ARTICLES = “The White House Shudders – Years of Decay” by Milton Lehman; “Through Hell and High Brass – The Story of Jimmy Doolittle” part 1 of 6 byW.B. Courtney; “The Shape of Cars to Come” by Howard Whitman; “Having Your Baby the New Way – Natural Child Birth” by Gretta Palmer; “Broadway's Country Store – Dazian” by Ted Shane;)

NOVEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Pat Holland at a Dancing Lesson; BACK COVER AD = Camel; serial = “The Impudent Rifle” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Dick Pearce - “Passage to Panama” part 1 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “Security” by Kathleen Norris - “Cry Deep, Cry Well” by Ernest Haycox - “Riviera Renegade” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “Jack Pot” by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = “”Through Hell and High Brass – the Story of Jimmy Doolittle” part 2 of 6 by W.B. Courtney; “I Catch Bank Embezzlers” by Lester A. Pratt; “The Red Plan for S-Day – the Day the Soviet takes Over the United States” by Louis Francis Budenz; “I'm a Sucker for Screwballs” by Billy Rose;)

NOVEMBER 27 (FRONT COVER = Jo Ann Joyce of Kansas City, Missouri; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 2 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “Leo the Terror” by Mervyn Wall - “Follow the Storm” by Frederick Howard - “I'm Sorry, Thereis no Answer” by Corey Ford - “Double or Nothing” by Harry Sylvester - “Way Down South” by Baird Hall; ARTICLES = “Through Hell and High Brass – The Story of Jimmy Doolittle” part 3 of 6 by W.B. Courtney; “The Private Lif of Bernard Baruch” by Virginia Leigh; “Main Street on a Flattop – Aircraft Carrier as a World's Fair” by Pat Frank; “America, Thank God !” by Francis Cardinal Spellman; “Colorado's Mountain of Oil – Green Valley shale Formation” by J.D. Ratcliff; “Capture of the Innocents – Communist Trap” by Louis Francis Budenz;)

DECEMBER 4 (FRONT COVER = Donna Atwood and Bobby Specht of the Ice Capades; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 3 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “The Lovely for Instance” by Russell Beggs - “The Eyes of the World” by Richard Mealand - “Teacher's Pet Hate” by William Porter - “Willie Dooley, Destiny's Pawn” by Joe Coogan - “Girls will Fool You” by Rixie Hunter; ARTICLES = “Through Hell and High Brass – The Sory of Jimmy Doolittle” part 4 of 6 by W.B. Courtney - “Sex in our High Schools” by Amy Porter; “Beauty Tycoon – Helena Rubinstein; “Wings on Their Feet – The Ice Capades on Tour”; “The French have a Phrase for It – Dial SVP for all the Answers” by George Kent; “Christmas Tree Capitol – Eureka, Montana” by Rafe Gibbs; “His Brother's Keeper – Eddie Cantor” by Vivian Bowes;)

DECEMBER 11 (FRONT COVER = Running Back Charlie Justice of the University of North Carolina; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Arthur Godfrey; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 4 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “The Yellow Door” by Kate Thompson - “Father was a Talent Scout” by Harrison Kinney - “The Sheik it was who Died” by Charles B. Child - “Sharp Right Turn” by Max Murray; ARTICLES = “Through Hell and High Brass – The Story of Jimmy Doolittle” part 5 of 6 by W.B. Courtney; “The 59th All America Football Team” by Bill Fay; “The Meanest Crooks on Earth – Fake Charities” by Morton Sontheimer; “History on the Auction Block – C.G. Sloan and Company in Washington” by Harry Edward Neal; “Charley's Sweetheart – Allyn McLerie” by Bruce Downes; “The Private Life of a Pied Piper – Mary Margaret McBride” by Collie Small; “Alcoholism can Begin at Home” by Ralph S. Banay;)

DECEMBER 18 (FRONT COVER = Nancy Liljenstein with a Kitten; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 5 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “Sheboygan ? Cheyenne ? Topeka ?” by William Porter; “Steerageway” by Ben Ames William; “High Pressure in the Congo” by Richard Wilcox; “Husband's Day” by Sidney Herschel Small; ARTICLES = “Through Hell and High Brass – The Story of Jimmy Doolittle” part 6 of 6 conclusion by W.B. Courtney; “The Russian's Knock on Alaska's Door” by Frank Kluckhohn; “The Eisenhowers of Kansas” by Quentin Reynolds; “Our not so Innocents in Paris” by Eugene Burdick; “Case of the Missing Stockholders – Owners of Forgotten Stocks” by Paul Green and Sidney Fields; “New Jersey's Amazing Powder Puff Farmer – George Scheufele raises Geese” by Ken Jones;)

DECEMBER 25 (FRONT COVER = “The Wright Brothers” by Arthur Lidov; BACK COVER AD = Coke with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 6 of 7 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “You can't Win 'em All” by Margaret Chase - “Girl with a Horse for Sale” by William Brandon - “The Miracle of Tepayac” by John Steinbeck - “Make Something Happen” by Eve Merriam; ARTICLES = “How Truman did It – The Presidential Secretary Analyzes the Campaign” by Charles G. Ross; “Face of the U.S.A. Part 1 – Niagra Falls; “The Barbizon – For Women Only” by Harmon and Elsie Tupper; “Dogs are Big Business” by Dickson Hartwell and Dr. Leon F. Whitney; “My Story of the Wright Brothers” by Charles E. Taylor; “The Collier Trophy – For Flight beyond the Speed of Sound”; “Our Arial Arsenal”; “The World the Kitty Hawk Made” by Lester D. Gardner; “I Saw the Reds Taste Freedom – Soldiers in Bucharest” by Col. Robert Bishop; “My Life in a Cooking School” by Stanley Frank;)

1949

JANUARY 1 (FRONT COVER = “Young Christmas Carolers – Boyd and Judy Maldewin; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Passage to Panama” part 7 of 7 conclusion by Robert Carson - “Ringside Maiden” part 1 of 8 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “Practically Christmas” by Joseph Petracca - “A Date with 406” by Richard English - “Open Season on George” by Irene Kittle Kamp - “Sweet Interlude” by F Hugh Herbert; ARTICLES = “Russia's Children from Cradle to College – 16-page Picture Story” by Arthur Goodfriend and Mr. Z; “How to be a Saloon Keeper” by James Dugan; “Let's Give the Postman a Break” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “Grand Old Lady of Johnstown – Rose Knox” by Edith Asbury; “Toughest Cop in Berlin – Ray Carlucci the head of the U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Division” by Quentin Reynolds; “Nine Wise Men and You – The Supreme Court” by Bill Davidson; “Design for Victory” by Thomas J. Hargrave;)

JANUARY 8 (FRONT COVER = The Martha-Mary Chapel in South Sudbury Mass.; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Dana Andrews; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 2 of 8 by Edwin Lanham - “Father of the Bride” part 1 of 3 by Edward Streeter; SHORT STORY = “Jizzle” by John Beynon - “Pal that I Loathe” by Michael Fessier - “Ebb Tide” by Paul Ernst - “Doxie and the Average Man” by Pendleton Hogan - “The Last Game” by Bootn Herndon - “Bless this House” by Jerome Barry; ARTICLES = “The College Fraternity Crisis – part 1 Bigotry on the Campus” by Howard Whitman; “I Surrendered Corregidor” by Brigdier General Charles C. Drake; “How to Dance Like Four Antelopes – Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers” by Cameron Shipp; “Mr. and Mrs. Peron Slug it Out – Control of Argentina” by Ray Josephs; “Confessions of a Bill Collector – Saul W. Kleinman; “Face of the U.S. A. part 2 – Bingham Canyon, Utah”; “Has the Toothache been Stopped” by J.D. Ratcliff; “The Emerald Wizard – Carroll Chatham makes his Own” by Wayne Snowden; “Let's Give the Postman a Break” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie;”Mary Worth and Us – Comic Strip” by Ken Ernst and Allen Saunders;)

JANUARY 15 (FRONT COVER = Pro Basketball Players in Action – Tommy Byrnes and Bones McKinney; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Ringside Maidens” part 3 of 8 by Edwin Lanham - “Father of the Bride” part 2 of 3 by Edward Streeter; SHORT STORY = “Another Land, Another Love” by Howard La Fey - “Pilot's Choice” by Donald Hough - “The Taming of Superwoman” by Isabella Taves - “You can't Lick the City Hall” by Samuel W. Taylor; ARTICLES = “The College Fraternity Crisis – part 2 Democracy in Action” by Howard Whitman; “Admiral Moran's Private Navy – The Moran Towing And Transportation Company” by Bill Davidson; “California's new Fashioned Religion – West Coast Airwaves are Noisy” by Cameron Shipp and Frank J. Taylor; “Return of the Numbers Racket” by Albert Q. Maisel; “Singing Shrew – Patricia Morison in Cole Porter's new Broadway Show 'Kiss Me, Kate'” by Bruce Downes; “Dale Carnegie – A Man with a Message” by Collie Small; “Introductions from the Lyons Den” by Leonard Lyons;)

JANUARY 22 (FRONT COVER = President Harry S. Truman; BACK COVER AD =Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 4 of 8 by Edwin Lanham - “Father of the Bride” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Edward Streeter; SHORT STORY = “Colonel Jone's Private Enterprise” by John Brooks - “Roll Me Over Gently” by Burt Sims - “Deadly Backfire” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “Understudy” by Bennett Foster; ARTICLES = “The Shame of our Local Health Departments” by Jack Harrison Pollack; “New Bones for Old – New Orthopedic Techniques and Bone Banks” by Miriam Zeller Gross; “The Truth about Truman” by Frank Gervasi; “Face of the U.S.A. Part 3 – The Statue of Liberty”; Arequipa, I Love You – Paradise in Peru” by David Dodge; “”Now You're Cooking with Beer – Recipies” by Charlotte Adams;)

JANUARY 29 (FRONT COVER = Three Children on a Toboggan; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 5 of 8 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “The Lives of Martin” by Mignon McLaughlin - “The Man of the House” by Willard F. Temple - “Three Little Girls Wore Blue” by Matt Taylor - “The River” by Robert Easton - “Martha and her Dream Man” by Rosalie Packard; ARTICLES = “Sex and the Love of God” by Monsignor Fulton J. Sheen; “I Had Polio” by Harriet Ford Griswold; “Princess Margaret of Hollywood – Margaret O'Brien” by George Frazier; “The House that Dimes Built – Woolworth Stores” by Dickson Hartwell; “They call him Mr. Baffle – Secretaery of the Senate Les Biffle” by Ernest Barcella; “”Down in the Arctic – Rescued” by Captain Ben Scott Custer;)

FEBRUARY 5 (FRONT COVER = 17-year old Nancy Liljenstein; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Joan Fontaine; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 6 of 8 by Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “The Girl who wasn't For Sale” by Louis Paul - “Tiger, Tiger” by John Moore - “A Time to Mourn” by Faith Baldwin - :The Three Cornored Heart” by Joe F. Worts - “Mrs. O'Brien Cures the Seven Year Itch” by Joe McCrthy; ARTICLES = “I Stole a Million – Insurance Fraud” by David Schiffer; “Hell on Ice – Boating” by James Dugan; “It's Smart to be Stupid – Less to Worry About” by John E. Gibson; “Penny and Me – Comic Strip” by Harry Haeninsen; “Face of the U.S.A. Part 4 – Tulsa, Oklahoma”; “The Greatest Drug Since Penicillin – Chloromycetin” by J.D. Ratcliff; “A Murder a Minute – The Lure of Mystery Stories” by Thomas Whiteside; “Nightmare in Santo Tomas – Hellhole of a P.O.W. Camp” by Robert Yelton Robb;)

FEBRUARY 12 (FRONT COVER = Ski Patrolman Albin P. Pugel; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 7 of 8 Edwin Lanham; SHORT STORY = “White Wedding” by Eileen Tighe - “Creative in California” by Russell Beggs - “X the Unknown” by Edwin P. Hicks - “The Best Boy with a Horse” by Jack Weeks; ARTICLES = “I Stole a Million – Insurance Fraud” part 2 of 2 conclusion by David Schiffer; “Danger in Darkness – Poorly Lighted Streets a Hazard to Drivers and Pedestrians” by J.C. Furnas; “Meet Harry's Boss, Bess – First Lady Bess Truman” by Edith Asbury; “Erin goes Briny – The Irish Navy” by Burke Wilkinson; “The Man behind the Gable Fable – Clark Gable” by George Frazier; “Freezing for Freedom – U.S. And Canadian Forces in Churchill, Manitoba” by John Kord Lagemann; “Women's Fashion – Stand by for Spring” by Tobe;)

FEBRUARY 19 (FRONT COVER = 18-year old Shauna Wood; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Ringside Maiden” part 8 of 8 conclusion by Edwin Lanham - “Hangover House” part 1 of 5 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “The Woman Question” by W.L. Knickmeyer - “Silver Dollars” by George P. Morrill - “Man's Tears” by Brenda Ueland - “Landmark” by Samuel W. Taylor; ARTICLES = “Look Out for thee Tax Cops” by Harold Wolff; “Korea; Ireland of the Orient” by Stanley Rich; “The Big Slot Machine Swindle” by Norman and Madelyn Carlisle; “Taming Chemistries Hellcat – Flourine” by Milton Silverman; “King of the Midway – George Hamid” by Marin Abramson;)

FEBRUARY 26 (FRONT COVER = Mr. and Mrs. Fred Iselin skiing at Aspen; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Hangover House” part 2 of 5 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “Low-Down Cotton” by Bredford Roark - “Everybody's Businesws” by John Reid Byers - “In Place of Pity” by Jack Sher - “O'Hars's Way with Babes” by Nord Riley - “Things Remembered” by Ernest Haycox; ARTICLES = “What You Owe Your Country” by General Omar N. Bredley; “He Figures to Save you Millions – Help with income Tax by J.K. Lasser” by Bill Davidson; “The Magic of Lilly Dache – Women's Fashionable Hats” by Hambla Bauer; “London's Mighty Crook Trap – Scotland Yard” by Collie Small; “The Hell Raisin' Beaver” by Edwin Way Teale; “California Calls the Doctor – Prepaid Medical Plan” by George Creel;)

MARCH 12 (FRONT COVER = “Saturday Matinee” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer's Pens; SERIAL = “Hangover House” part 4 of 5 by Sax Rohmer; SHORT STORY = “Best Man” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “Gems from Garcia” by Patterson Greene - “My Private Bear” by Herbert Coggins - “Born Yankee” by Hal and Barbara Borland - “Farewell. My Own” by Corey Ford; ARTICLES = “Handsome Joan from San Antone – Joan Crawford” by George Frazier; “Jimmy Jones – At Your Service” by Dean Jennings; “Our Shocking Accident Wards” part 1 of 2 by Patricia Lochridge; “At Last, Houses that Fit People – Apartment Dwellings” by Howard Whitman - “What I've Learnede about the Russians” John Foster Dulles; “King Cottob gets a Hotfoot – Inventor Price McLemore and his Cotton Flame Cultivator” by Allen Rankin; “Fishing for the Fighting Sturgeon – Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin” by Byron W. Dalrymple;)

MARCH 19 (FRONT COVER = “St. Louis University Basketball Star – Ed Macauley” by John Cullen Murphy; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Hangover House” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Sax Rohmer - “Pride's Castle” part 1 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “Day of Glory” by Jack Weeks - “The Green Tie” by Jeffers Godfrey - “Veni, Vidi, Video” by Willard H. Temple - “Dinner for Monsieur Martin” by Georges Surdez; ARTICLES = “The Great White Death – Winter Blizzards” by Quentin Reynolds; “My Wild Irish Downey – Morton Downey” by Collie Small; “Our Shocking Accident Wards” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Patricia Lochridge; “The Menace of Red China” by Louis Francis Budenz; “Alley Oop and Me” by V.T. Hamlin; “My Car was Stolen – Important Facts for Every Car Owner” by E. John Long; “Collier's !st Annual All America College Basketball Team” by Bill Fay;)

MARCH 26 (FRONT COVER = Michigan Farmer – Russell Calkins; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Gladys Swarthout and Virginis MacWatters; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 2 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “The Inspector had a Habit” by Charles B. Child - “The Green Fields Beyond” by Manning Long - “Move Over, Please” by Eustace L. Adams - “Dead Giveaway” by Irving Gaynor Neiman; ARTICLES = “Churchill's New Battle for Britain – New Bid for Power” by Lester Velie; “The Glory Road – An Unposed Picture of America” part 1 of 2 by John Kord Lagemann; “Barrymore the Lionhearted – Lionel Barrymore” by Kyle Crichton; “It Pays to be Old in California – New Pension Law” by Jim Marshall; “God, Make Us Forget – Displaced Ella and Nora Reisinger” by Quentin Reynolds; “What You Don't Know About the South” by John C. Stennis;)

APRIL 2 (FRONT COVER = Aviatrix – Ann Hamilton; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 3 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “There are Older things than War” by Benjamin Siegel - “Brood of Evil” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “Set in Concrete” by George Mitchell and Kartherine Squire - “Willow Woman” by Bennett Foster - “No Sentiment” by Hannibal Coons; ARTICLES = “Battleship Killers – The War's Strangest Story” by Burke Wilkinson; “Our Reeking Halls of Justice” part 1 of 2 by Morton Sontheimer; “The Glory Road – An Unposed Picture of America” part 2 of 2 conclusion by John Kord Lagemann; “Stampede in Stamps – Gold Mine in Stamp Collecting” by Frank D. Morris; “Oh, You Beautiful Blonde ! - Marie Wilson” by Kyle Crichton; “Is the Witch Doctor Helping You ?” by Harold Wolff;)

APRIL 9 (FRONT COVER = Circus Clown – Bill Ballantine; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 4 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “Gaffney the Accused” by James Robbins Miller - “The Paper Trail” by Corey Ford - “Truth or Consequences” by Harriet Frank Jr.; ARTICLES = “Jap Kids are Our Job” by Betty Betz; “Trouble is my Middle Name” part 1 of 3 by Rocky Graziano; “Mickey Mouse and How He Grew” by Irving Wallace; “Face of the U.S.A. Part 7 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania”; “Iron Man Barkley – Alben William Barkley” by Frank Gervasi; “Our Reeking Halls of Justice” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Morton Sontheimer; “Let's Eat with the Harvey Boys – Great American Success Story” by Dickson Hartwell;)

APRIL 16 (FRONT COVER = “Afternoon at the Zoo” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Joan Crawford; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 5 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “You Haven't Changed a Bit” by Jack Finney - “Last Kiss” by F. Scott Fitzgerald - “The Stolen Countess” by Harold Lamb - “The Spell of the Jade Goddess” by J.G. Clark Jr.; ARTICLES = “My Hop Around the World – First Nonstop Flight” by Captain James Gallagher; “101 Answer to Cancer”; “Baseball Winner's of 1949” by Bill Fay; “Young Man with a Sneer – Richard Widmark” by Kyle Crichton; “Hot Fashions by Hattie – Designer Hattie Carnegie; “Trouble is my Middle Name” part 2 of 3 by Rocky Graziano;)

APRIL 23 (FRONT COVER = Joseph Brooks Dodge fishing in the Androscoggin River, New Hampshire; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 6 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “The Lollipop Tree” by Dave Grubb - “Arabella and the Susquehanna” by Hannibal Coons - “A Wife Walks Out” by Roderick Lull - “For Every Man there's a Woman” by Arnold B. Horwitt - “The Rain Maker” by D.D. Beauchamp; ARTICLES = “My Friend Miss Barrymore – Ethel Barrymore” by Tallulah Bankhead; “Trouble is my Middle Name” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Rocky Graziano; “Why You Haven't Got a House” by Milton Lehman; “Fishing is Fun – Fast Water Game Fish and Still Water Game Fish” by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain; “Thrill Pills can Ruin You – Barbiturates” by Norman and Madelyn Carlisle; “The Strange Case of the Dionne Quints; “Fox of the Indies – Matthew Fox” by Bill Davidson;)

APRIL 30 (FRONT COVER = Mrs. Frank Vanore of New Yorki City amongst Apple Blossoms; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with John Lund; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 7 of 8 by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “I Never Dream” by D.K. Findlay - “The Conquest of Jan” by Laurence Critchell - “The Queen Maker” by William L. Worden - “A Sitter for Mother” by Faith Baldwin; ARTICLES = “Robert Sherwood – King of English” by Collie Small; “I Flew for Israel” by Julian Swing as told to Quentin Reynolds; “Face of the U.S.A. Part 8 Grand Canyon, Arizona”; “The Truth about Mail Order Marriage” by Frank Rasky; “New Jobs for Liberty Ships” by Pat Frank; “John Bull in Search of a Future - Britain on it's way to Recovery” by Lester Velie; “White Brother of the Navajo – Roman Hubbell” by Dickson Hartwell; “Tennis Town Tempest – Santa Monica, California;)

MAY 7 (FRONT COVER = “ThePalomar Telescope” by Chelsey Benestell; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Baseball's Gene Bearden and Johnny Vander Meer; SERIAL = “Pride's Castle” part 8 of 8 conclusion by Frank Yerby; SHORT STORY = “The Paragon” by Oscar Schisgall - “Man of Means” by John Seymour Sharnik - “The Saga of Split Fin” by Kenneth Gilbert - “The Gilded Cage” by Francis Fike Burton; ARTICLES = “Thank God for my nHeart Attack !” by Charles Yale Harrison; “The Maestro from Penn State – Fred Waring” by Allen Churchill; “Nine Years in a Traffic Jam” by Chicago cop Officer Ray McNally; “First Photos though Palomar's Giant Eye – Behold the Universe ! - The Men of Palomar”; “Bombers over Bunker Hill – Air National Guard” by Frank D. Morris; “Tom Cook's Magic Carpet – Thos. Cook and Son” by Josef Israels ll;)

MAY 14 (FRONT COVER = Ballerina Bambi Linn of Brooklyn; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 1 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “No Match for Her” by Gertrude Schweitzer - “Easy as She Goes” by Pat E. O'Neill - “Shoot the Moon” by Pat Frank - “Lonely Boy” by Hugh Pentecost - “The Week of the Purple Turtle” by Mary Jane Waldo - “The Late Lou Reardon” by James Robbins Miller; ARTICLE = “Collier's Congressional Awards – Sam Rayburn and Arthur H. Vandenberg” by James C. Derieux; “Why Congress acts that Way” by Bill Davidson; “Doctors in an Uproar – The Inside Story of the A.M.A.” PART 1 OF 2 by Harold Whitman; “He Makes the Merry-go-Rounds Go Round – John Wendler” by Thomas Whiteside; “I Drive a Stanley Steamer” by George Woodbury; “Broadway to Ballet – Bambi Linn” by Bruce Downes; “Once I was a Toomler” by Danny Kaye;)

MAY 21 (FRONT COVER = “Birthday Party foa a Child” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Fencers – Hugo Castello and Jane Gilbert; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 2 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “The Fairest of them All” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “The Killarney Collie” by Eric Hatch - “Visa for X” by Barry Perowne - “Trouble with Girls” by William Francis - “Big Red” by Owen Cameron - “Exit Cue” by Ida Lupino; ARTICLES = 'Doctors in an Uproar – The Inside Story of the A.M.A.” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Harold Whitman; “I Was King of the Safecrackers” part 1 of 5 by Herbert Emerson Wilson; “”After the Marshall Plan – What ?” by Eric Johnston; “Man with the Million Dollar Glitter – Gem dealer Harry Winston” by Harmon and Elsie Tupper; “Confucius in Louisville – Mayor Charles Farnsley” by Richard B. Gehman;)

MAY 28 (FRONT COVER = “Country Auction” by David Shaw; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 3 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “A Young Man Marred” by Ben Ames Williams - “One Day when I was Lost” by Sam Elkin - “How are you in Trunks” by Darby St. John - “Lionheart” by Harold Lamb - “The Parked Car” by Homer McKee; ARTICLES = “Kid Killers at the Wheel – Teenagers and Aotu Accidents” by Ralph Wallace; “New York's biggest Attic – Manhattan Warehouse and Storage Company” by Francis Sill Wickware; “The 25 Men who Rule the World” by George Kent; “The Great Larynx – Art Linkletter” by Robert Southern; “I was King of the Safecrackers” part 2 of 5 by Herbert Emerson Wilson;)

JUNE 4 (FRONT COVER = “Main Street Parade” by Fred Irvin; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 4 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “The Seven Days of the Fisherman” by William Lindsay Gresham - “Justice MacGruder Presides” by Louis Paul - “The Runaways” by Oliver La Farge - “Transfer at Khartoum” by Lawrence Kirk - “Deciding Score” by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = “The Lady who Licked John L. Lewis – Ruth Boyd” by Sam Stavisky; “The Indianapolis 500” by Bill Fay; “Hank Meyers – Pilot to the Big Brass” by Dickson Hartwell; “Geniuses Have it Tough Too – Behind the Chaste Facade of Classical Music” by Stanley Frank; “Nobody Pushes Bob Around – Robert Montgomery” by George Frazier; “The Crazy Dreamers – Marijuanna Users” by Earl Wilson; “I Was King of the Safecrackers” part 3 of 5 by Herbert Emerson Wilson;)

JUNE 11 (FRONT COVER = “Too Many People Fishing in One Boat” by Gregory D'Alessio; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Bob Hope; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart part 5 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “The Unexpected Nude” by Dana Burnet - “Memory Test” by Peter B. Kyne - “The Opal Ring” by Hamilton Benz - “Letters from Cairo” by James Robbins Miller - “Sparrow Song” by Irwin Stark; ARTICLES = “Ralph Bunche – American Peacemaker” by Richard B. Gehman; “What Good is the Atom ?” by David Lilienthal; “My Child is a Diabetic” by Camille Macaulay; “I Was King of the Safecrackers” part 4 of 5 by Herbert Emerson Wilson; “Start Your Vacation Here – Travel Agents” by Norman and Madelyn Carlisle; “The Herb Hunters” by Daniel P. Mannix;)

JUNE 18 (FRONT COVER = “High School Graduation” by Katherines Wiggins; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Pro Golfers – Lew Worsham and Gene Sarazen; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 6 of 8 by Selwyn Jepson; SHORT STORY = “Know Your True Love by his Hat” by Elsie Taye; “The Farmer Takes a Chance” by William R. Scott - “The Cool One” by Pat Frank - “The Faraway Girl” by Willard H. Temple - “Bargain Hunters” by W.L. Heath; ARTICLES = “Blueprint for Disaster – Washington Versus the Armed Services” by Walter Winchell; “Nice Kid in the Big Leagues – Detroit Tigers Johnny Groth” by Satanley Frank; “A Professor's Widow Speaks – What Price on American Education ?” by Grace Stewart; “Why I Climb Mountains” by Paul Petzoldt; “I Was King of the Safecrackers” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Herbert Emerson Wilson; “Woman's Fashion – Ermine is for Bathrobes” by Allen Churchill;)

JULY 2 (FRONT COVER = The George Washington Bridge in New York City; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Golden Dart” part 8 of 8 conclusion by Selwyn Jepson - “The Iron Butterfly” part 1 of 4 by Jan Fortune and Wells Root; SHORT STORY = “Very Unusual in California” by Willard H. Temple - “Freddy Fowler and the Ace” by Melvin P. Levy - “My Birthday's in July” by Robert MacLeod - “Morning After” by James A. Kirch; ARTICLES = “Charlie Brannan and his Wonderful World – The Secretary of Agriculture” by Frank Holeman and Charles Dexter Morris; “Who Said PROMISED LAND ?” by Helena Huntington Smith; “The Actor who won't Stay Dead – Rudolph Valentino” by Dean Jennings; “Broadway Ticket Scandal – Scalpers” by Robert Sylvester; “The Old Home Town Fights to Live” by Alfred H. Sinks; “A One Shot Cure for Syphilis – Procaine Penicillin” by Morton Sontheimer;)

JULY 9 (FRONT COVER = Blonde in a Bikini on a Beach; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Anne Baxter; SERIAL = “The Iron Butterfly” part 2 of 4 by Jan Fortune and Wells Root; SHORT STORY = “With Love and Best Wishes” by Zoa Sherburne - “Queen Size” by Richard Stern - “Counterblow” by Walt Sheldon - “Two Across” by Patterson McNutt - “The Execution” by Albert S. Wilson; ARTICLES = “New Rebel Yell in Dixie – Fight for Effective Democracy” by Hodding Carter; “The U.N. Is Doing a Job” by A.M. Rosenthal; “Democracy Can't Live in these Houses – Slums Across America” by Paul H. Douglas; “Tales of Hoffman – Movie and Play critic Irving Hoffman” by Jules Levine; “Around the Young World” by Betty Betz; “Indestructible Shortstop – Chicago White Sox Luke Appling” by Frank Graham;)

JULY 16 (FRONT COVER = “Cape Cod” by Maxwell Mays; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Cole Porter and Patricia Morison; SERIAL = “The Iron Butterfly” part 3 of 4 by Jan Fortune and Wells Root; SHORT STORY = “The Girls of Laurel Court” by Lester Atwell - “Use no Hooks” by Gordon Ramsey - “Mr. Dilsey's Magic Lure” by Wyatt Blassingame - “The Combination” by Robert Alan Arthur - “Eyewitness” by Jeanne Barry; ARTICLES = “The Facts about Business” by the Secretary of the Treasury Snyder; “Governor Going Places – Alfred Driscoll of New Jersey” by Walter Davenport; “Stop Terror in the Streets – Put Cops back on the Beat” by Howard Whitman; “The Stars are Dave's Dish – Dave Chasen” by Corey Ford; “Animals Own Me” by Alfred Toombs; “Dartmouth's Streamlined Mr. Chips – Professor Harry Wellman” by Richard B. Gehman; “Our Kids with Crippled Mouths” by Clarence Woodbury;)

JULY 23 (FRONT COVER = Two Women Swimming; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Iron Butterfly” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Jan Fortune and Wells Root - “Just Like I Hate Money” part 1 of 2 by James Atlee Phillips; SHORT STORY = “Sister Act” by Ruth Adams Knight - “The Feast of Saint Restituta” by Joseph C. Franks - “The Eyes of Mr. Lovides” by Joseph Godey - “Ethel's Magid Doggerel” by W.J. Lederer; ARTICLES = “Arvey of Illinois – New Style Political Boss” by Stanley Frankel and Holmes Alexander; “Our Shameful Record in Veterans Housing” by Frank D. Morris; “Voyage of the Pagan – One Man's Struggle with the Sea” by John Caldwell; “”After Pensions – The Bonus ?” by Sam Stavisky; “Johnny's Our Boy – Johnny Lund” by Collie Small; “The Navy's Uncle Louie – Admiral Louis Denfeld the Chief of Naval Operations” by Robert S. Allen; “Autopsy – A Shocking Subject” by Margaret Blake Ewing; “Dick Cooley's Comeback – Squash Player with One Arm” by John Stuart Martin;)

JULY 30 (FRONT COVER = Little Girl with a Bucket and Watering Can; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Just Like I Hate Money” part 2 of 2 conclusion by James Atlee Phillips - “The Legal Bride” part 1 of 6 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “Bitter Honey” by Sheila Spencer - “Everyone Needs a Pet” by Roderick Lull - “Zone of Interior” by James Ross - “The Bells of St. Pierre” by Eric Hatch; ARTICLES = “My Pal, Drew Pearson” by Robert S. Allen; “Richest Man in the Cemetary – Working Themselves to Death” by Howard Whitman; “It Happened in Mississippi – Sharecroppers Buying their Own Land” by Quentin Reynolds; “Voyagew of the Pagan – One Man's Struggle with the Sea” part 2 of 3 by John Cldwell; “I Cover the Animals – New York Herald Tribune's Nature Writer” by John O'Reilly; “The Surprising Mr. Jessup – Ambassador at Large Philip Jessup” by Bill Davidson; “Green Eyed Movie Madcap – Shelley Winters” by Collie Small;)

AUGUST 6 (FRONT COVER = “Man Resting Head on a Woman's Shoulder as She Beams at her Prizes” by Leonard Dove; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Yvonne De Carlo; SERIAL = “The Legal Bride” part 2 of 6 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “Attractive Nuisance” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “The Drunkard's Wife” by Allan Seager - “A Horse I Like” by Robert Griffith - “Then There Was Light” by Charles B. Child - “Moment of Doubt” by Adeline Rumsey; ARTICLES = “How We Won – New York Congressman F.D.R. Jr.” by Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr.; “Cool Reading for August” by George Kent; “The Biggest Blast of them All and the Untold Secrets Behind It – Atomic Bomb” part 1 of 2 by Collie Small; “Hoyt of the Hambletonian – Sulky Driver Harrison R. Hoyt” by Dan Parker; “They They Were ! - Jet Hop to Europe” by Lt. Col. Clarke Newlon; “Charmer for a Nice Fee – Charlie Feldman of Feldman's Famous Artists Agency” by Willard L. Wiener; “Voyage of the Pagan – One Man's Struggle with the Sea” part 3 of 3 conclusion by John Caldwell;)

AUGUST 13 (FRONT COVER = “Evening at a Country Fair” by Jean Simpson; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Legal Bride” part 3 of 6 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “The Two Loves of Victor Fenlon” by Allene Corliss - “How to Swap Horses” by James Ross - “Design for Vengeance” by Richard Stern - “The Merry Assassin” by Richard Macaulay - “Spelling Bee” by Laurene Chambers Chinnl ARTICLES = “The Secret boss of California – Artie Samish” by Lester Velie; “The Biggest Blast of them All and the Untold Secrets Behind It – Atomic Bomb” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Collie Small; “ 'Hurry' Cain out of the West – Washington Senator Harry Cain” by James C. Derieux; “Bringing up a Movie Moppet – 8-year old Gigi Perreau” by David Chandler; “Yankee Yogi 'I'm Human, ain't I ? - New York Yankees Yogi Berra” by Gordon Manning; “I Was Run Over by a Carrier” by Lt. Emil Skocpol, USMC; “Farewell to Benzedrine Benders” by Hannah Lees; “Belles of the Ball Game – Woman's Baseball” by Bill Fay;)

AUGUST 20 (FRONT COVER = Three Boys at a Swimming Hole; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Legal Bride” part 4 of 6 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “My Wife is a Liar” by George Sumner Albee - “Rosinback” by James Martin Young - “Matthew and the Lace Curtain” by Joseph Carroll - “The Tooth Fairy” by Lee Rogow; ARTICLES = “Are We Going Broke ? - No, says Beardsley Ruml” by Beardsley Ruml; “The Secret Boss of California – Artie Samish” part 2 of 2 Coclusion by Lester Velie; “Hits in the Tall Corn – Repertory Theater” by Vance Johnson; “150,000,000 Noses, Count 'Em – 1950 Census Coming Soon” by George Kent; “Crusade in Mexico – Fighting Hoof and Mouth Disease” by Francis Sill Wickware; “Voice with Muscles – Vaughn Monroe” by Bill Davidson;)

AUGUST 27 (FRONT COVER = “Skyline of St. Louis, Missouri” ny Thomas Fransioli Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Legal Bride” part 5 of 6 by Robert Carson; SHORT STORY = “The Bracelet and the Blade” by Robb White - “Private Office” by Donald Hough - “Looie Follows Me” by John D. MacDonald - “The Marksman” by Roland A. Martone; ARTICLES = “What Happened to thr Fair Deal” by Craig Thompson; “Power Hungry Men in Uniform” by Major General Merritt A. Edson; “1952 Buttons for Bowles ? - Governor of Connectticut Chester Bowles” by Walter Davenport; “Movie Maker in a Hurray – Producer Jerry Wald” by Dwight Whitney; “Skid Row U.S.A.” part 1 of 2 by William J. Slocum;)

SEPTEMBER 3 (FRONT COVER = Teenage Girl Driving an Outboard Boat; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Alexis Smith; SERIAL = “The Legal Bride” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Robert Carson - “Deadfall” part 1 of 3 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “A Young Man Trapped” by Willard H. Temple - “Monday Come Home” by John Andrew Rice - “The Has Been” by Joel Reeve - “The Auction” by Frank Rooney; ARTICLES = “Good Jobs for Good Girls” by Harford Powel; “Another Eisenhower – Milton Eisenhower” by Holmes Alexander; “A Russian to Keep your Eye On – Andrei Gromyko” by A.M. Rosenthal; “Skid Row U.S.A.” part 2 of 2 conclusion by William J. Slocum; “Good Gussy – Tennis player Gussy Moran” by John M. Ross; “Handsome Mario Lanza – Celluloid Caruso ?” by Dwight Whitney;)

SEPTEMBER 10 (Collie with Paws on top of Fence; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Deadfall” part 2 of 3 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “Renegade” by Steve Hail - “The Sleeper” by Charlotte Edwards - “Give Me my Golden Arm” by Margaret Chase - “The Red Dog” by Howard Maier - “The Heirs” by Bess Streeter Aldrich; ARTICLES = “”Why I am Becoming an American” by Stanley Anderson of Britain; “The Forty-niners Listen in the Hills – Prespecting for Urainium” by Collie Small; “Unholy Crusade – Communism vs. the Church” by Joseph Wechsberg; “”Psycho Ward No. 3 – Boston Psychopathic Hospital” by Lawrence Lader; “Young Profile – John Berrymore Jr.” by Bob Thomas; “No Business for Sissies – Wild Animal Dealer Henry Treffich; “Star without a Country – Tennis Player Jaroslav Drobny” by Bill Fay;)

SEPTEMBER 17 (FRONT COVER = “Boy Scouts Roasting Hotdogs over a Stove Element as it Rains Outside” by Perry Barlow; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Deadfall” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Donald Hamilton - “The Case of the Negligent Nymph” part 1 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Summer's Ending” by Jack Weeks - “Surprise” by Philip Dunnington - “Send me Home in a Barrel” by B.M. Atikinson Jr. - “Ott in the Cherry Tree” by John R. Humphreys; ARTICLES = “The A-Bomb won't do What you Think it Will !” by William H. Hessler; “The Wide Awake Business of Sleep – New Gadgets to Aid Sleep” by Jules Archer; “How a Movie Gets Made” part 1 of 2 by Cap Palmer; “Big Pickens Sister – Jane Pickens to Appear on Broadway” by Harriet Van Horne; “Kazak Spelled Backwards is Kazak – St. Louis Cardinals Eddie Kazak” by Gordon Manning;)

OCTOBER 1 (FRONT COVER = “{The Circle, Indianapolis” by Thomas Fransioli Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Glenn Ford; SERIAL = “The Case of the Negligent Nymph” part 3 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Any Friend of Sam's” by William R. Scott - “Man in the House” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Where Else in the World ?” by Lawrence Williams - “The Black Pearl” by Enid Sims Snow - “Cat's Cradle” by Bert K. Gilden; ARTICLES = “Troubles of College Deans” by Holmes Alexander; “The Germans Wait Only for a Leader” by Delbert Clark; “Lover with a Ball Bat – Paul Douglas” by Bob Ruark; “Gentleman of the Press – The Christian Science Monitor” part 2 of 3 by George Frazier; “Always Heading for Salt Water – Boat Builder Bob Lane” by Hodding Carter; “Women's Fashion – Fabulousr Jacques Fath” by Earl Wilson;)

OCTOBER 8 (FRONT COVER = A Pair of Basset Hounds; BACK COVER AD = “Camel; SERIAL = “The Case of the Negligent Nymph” part 4 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “The Barber who Played in the Series” by Robert Gibbons - “Bride of the Week” by Robert Carson - “Other Woman” bt Katharine Brush - “Sky Line Red” by Arthur Mayse - “Big Adventure – Small World” by Ralph Condon; ARTICLES = “Crack-up od an American Communist Family” by John Lear; “We Need Carriers and B-36 – Without Fighters our Bombers are Sitting Ducks” by Richard Tregaskis; “Have No Feah, Big Joe is Heah – Disc Jockey Joe Rosenfield Jr.” by Gordon Manning; “To the County House to Die” by Gordon Schendel; “The Marvelous Mounties as They Really Are” part 1 of 2 by Bill Davidson; “Gentlemen of the Press – The Christian Science Monitor” part 3 of 3 conclusion by George Frazier;)

OCTOBER 15 (FRONT COVER = “Watching Baseball from a Rooftop” by Barney Tobey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Case of the Negligent Nymph” part 5 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Battle of Calabash” by William Brandon - “Man's Game” by W.C. Heinz - “The Chimney of Holy John” by Jules Archer - “Last Days of Poncho Pete” by Dave Grubb - “The Picture and the Frame” by Richard Macauley; ARTICLES = “Tradition Can't Win Wars” by General H.H. Arnold; “Confessions of a Congressman's Son” by Anonymous; “Lincoln's Lost Speech – An American Psalm” by Carl Sandburg; “It's Ed Wynn Again – in Video” by Gladwyn Hill; “The Marvelous Mounties as They Really Are” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Bill Davidson; “Doc Dorton – He Makes our Hearts Gay at the County Fair” by William Lindsay Gresham; “Blood and Thunder – World's Best Collection of Penny Dreadfuls” by Richard B. Gehman; “Muggsy's Legacy” by Bill Fay;)

OCTOBER 22 (FRONT COVER = The Howard E. Arcularius family Ranch by Bishop, California; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Case of the Negligent Nymph” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Erle Stanley Gardner - “Bootlegger's Treasure” part 1 of 4 by Lawrence Williams and Nell O'Day; SHORT STORY = “Floodwater” by Robert Lowry - “O”Brien” by William Brandon - “Dumb Bunny” by B.M. Atkinson Jr.; ARTICLES = “How Much Government can Free Enterprise Stand ?” by Senator Robert A. Taft; “Report on the Far West – The Nation's New Empire” by Walter Davenport; “Lincoln Collector – Oliver Barrett” by Carl Sandburg; “Bashful Ben of the Bang Bangs – Cowboy Ben Johnson” by Grady Johnson; “Donora – The Case of the P{oisoned Air” by Bill Davidson; “Suppose he Had Two Eyes – Philadelphie Eagles quarterback Tommy Thompson” by Bill Fay;)

OCTOBER 29 (FRONT COVER = “A Children's Football Game” by Stanley and Janice Berebstain; BACK COVER AD = Schaeffer's Pens; SERIAL = “Bootlegger's Treasure” part 2 of 4 by Lawrence Williams and Nell O'Day; SHORT STORY = “One Came Back” by Charles B. Child - “A Dinner for Lily” byBarbara Corrigan - “Decorator's Helper” by Richard Stern - “Where they Make the Wine” by Matthew Peters - “No Need to Hustle” by Arthur Matse; ARTICLES = “New Menace in Missouri – Boss Binaggio” by Lester Velie; “Can the C.I.O. Get Rid of the Commies ?” by Sam Stavisky; “The Town the G.I.'s Called 'Smith' – They couldn't Pronounce 'Natchitoches' “ by James Aswell; “Pilotless Fighter Planes of Tomorrow” by Sam Boal; “What gives in Rasslin'” by C.L. 'Steve' McPherson; “Nicest guy in Washington – General Omar Bradley” by William S. White; “Strangest Garden in the World – The ArgonneNational Laboratory” by John W. White;)

NOVEMBER 5 (FRONT COVER = “The Beale family Watching Dad carve a Pumpkin” by David Mink; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Bootlegger's Treasure” part 3 of 4 by Lawrence Williams and Nell O'Day; SHORT STORY = “The Equatorial Man” by Frank Rooney - “The Difficult Age” by Willard H. Temple - “Saturday Date” by Bennett Foster - “Courtesy of the Road” by Mack Morriss; ARTICLES = “My 4-year War with the Reds” part 1 of 5 by Brigadier General Frank Howley; “The Girl who didn't go Hollywood – Jean Peters” by Eleanor Harris; “The Explosive Nobel Prizes” part 1 of 2 by Irving Wallace; “World's Most Robbed Bank – State Bank of Rangeville, Virginia” by Ken Jones; “Slide, Fujimura, Slide ! - Japanese Baseball” by Norman Cousins; “Lineman of the Year ? - Notre Dame's Leon Hart” by Bill Fay;)

NOVEMBER 12 (FRONT COVER = Spirit Lake with Mount St. Helens in the Background; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Barbara Stanwyck; SERIAL = “Bootlegger's Treasure” part 4 of 4 Conclusion by Lawrence Williams abd Nell O'Day - “Valley of the Tyrant” part 1 of 4 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “Big as He Feels” by Elliot Grennard - “The Funny Part is, She's Happy” by Budd Schulberg - “Out of this Nettle” by Constance Wagner - “Safe, Warm World” by Ross Kearney; ARTICLES = “Ingrid's Rossellini – Ingrid Bergman” by George Weller; “My 4-year War with the Reds” part 2 of 5 by Brigadier General Frank Howley; “Those Explosive Nobel Prizes” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Irving Wallace; “Report on the Midwest” by Walter Davenport; “We're Telling you Macy's – Bresee'sOneonta Department Store in upstate New York” by Gordon Manning; “How to Live 24 Hours a Day” by Karin Roon;)

NOVEMBER 19 (FRONT COVER = “Battered Football Players Ignored while Photographers take Pictures of the Drum Majorette” by Barney Tobey; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL - “Valley of the Tyrant” part 2 of 4 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “I Hate a Dumpy Womaqn” by Margaret Chase - “A Good Clean Cut American Boy” by Harlan Ware - “Owl, He Crow for Midnight” by Harry Sylvester - “Champion of Sonora” by Matt Roberts - “A Game of Skill” by Mack Morriss; ARTICLES = “Terror in our Cities No. 1 Detroit – Put the Cops back on the Beat” by Howard Whitman; “Carolina's Snavely – No 'T' for Me” by Gordon Manning; “The Schary Script – MGM's Dore Schary helping Hollywood to Grow Up” by Dwight Whitney; “Clowns After Hours” by John Kord Lagemann; “My 4-year War with the Reds” part 3 of 5 by Brigadier General Frank Howley;)

NOVEMBER 26 (FRONT COVER = “A Small Town in New England” by Charlotte Joan Sternberg; BACK COVER AD = World Book Encyclopedia; SERIAL = “Valley of the Tyrant” part 3 of 4 by Dick Pearce; SHORT STORY = “The Big Minnie” by Hannibal Coons - “Westward to Chadley” by Nard Jones - “Miss Strawberry and the Sergeant” by William A. Krauss - “Blake's Thanksgiving” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “The Man who had Influence” by Don Mankiewicz; ARTICLES = “Prohibition's Ghost Walks Again” by Virginius Dabney; “Our Daughter in an Epileptic” by Herbert and Dixie Yahraes; “Knight from Orchid Street – Sir Louis Sterling was Born on New York's Lower East Side” by Richard B. Gehman; “My 4-year War with the Reds” part 4 of 5 by Brigadier General Frank Howley; “Babies Mean Money in the Bank – Canada's Family Allowance Act” by Bill Davidson; “Are Football Coaches Worms ?” by Francis Wallace;)

DECEMBER 3 (FRONT COVER = “New Crowell-Collier's Building, Fifth Avenue, New York City” by Thonas Fransioli Jr.; BACK COVER AD = camel with Fred Astaire; SERIAL = “Valley of the Tyrant” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Dick Pearce - “Cinderella Rides Again” part 1 of 5 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “The Ward Heeler and the Lady” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “Shooting Party” by Robert Sellers - “Don't you Cry for Me” by John D. Weaver - “Fifty of the Blue” by Dave Grubb; ARTICLES = “Get Off Route 25 Young Man – Great Inventions to Come” by Charles F. Kettering; “The Fife and Times of Sears, Roebuck” part 1 of 4 by Francis Sill Wickware; “Collier's Sectional All Star Teams – Selected by the American Football Coaches Association”; “The King'd Man Charlie – Englishman named Charlie Campbell” by Vance Johnson; “West from Fifth Avenue – Inside Collier's New Manhattan Headquarters”; “My 4-year War with the Reds – Payoff in Berlin” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Brigadier General Frank Howley;)

DECEMBER 10 (FRONT COVER = Quarterback Doak Walker hugs girlfriend Norma Peterson; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Arthur Godfrey; SERIAL = “Cinderella Rides Again” part 2 of 5 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “For Love -” by Phillip Bonosky - “Kiss Her like you Meant It” by S.W.M. Humason - “Young Man with a Harpoon” by Georg Nelson Meyers - “Caesar Needed a Gun” by John Watson - “Indian Sign” by William Cunningham; ARTICLES = “The 60th All America Football Team” by Bill Fay; “Winter of Reckoning for Tito” by Seymour Freidin; “The Life and Times of Sears, Roebuck – We like Corn on or off theCob” part 2 of 4 by Frances Sill Wickware; “Dear Sir, You Cur... - Barney O'Donnell and his Radioland Mail Service” by John Crosby;)

DECEMBER 17 (FRONT COVER = “Pre-Christmas School Pageant Rehearesal” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Camel and Prince Albert with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Cinderella Rides Again” part 3 of 5 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “Sailor in the Rain” by Harlan Ware - “An Icicle Built for Two” by Nord Riley - “The Rise of Carthage” by Lawrence Williams - “Wolf !” by Owen Cameron - “Write Finis” by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = “Kingfish of the Dixiecrats” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “Terror in our Cities – Nobody's Safe in Philadelphia” by Howard Whitman; “They Whistle While they Work – Basketball Referee's” by Dan Parker; “Ben Loves Little Dolls – Benjamin Franklin Michtom of the Ideal Novelty and Toy Company” by Robert Froman; “The Life and Times of Sears, Roebuck – Please Rush the Gal in the Pink Corset” part 3 of 4 by Francis Sill Wickware;)
DECEMBER 24 (FRONT COVER = “Traditional Christmas Outdoor Scene” by John Pike; BACK COVER AD = “Chris Craft; SERIAL = “Cinderella Rides Again”part 4 of 5 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “ Diagnosis Deferred” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “A Matter of Principle” by John D. Weaver - “The Red Sweater” by Mark Hager; ARTICLES = “Kingfish of the Dixiecrats – Democracy in the Deep Delta” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie; “Year of Jubilee – Catholic Holy Year” by William Attwood and Seymour Freidin; “The Life and Times of Sears, Roebuck – Into the Towns and Across the Border” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Francis Sill Wickware; “The Christmas Plane – Chaplin Glenn Teska flying in to The Soldiers in the Arctic” by John Conner; TEN CHRISTMAS CLASSICS SPECIAL SECTION;)

DECEMBER 31 (FRONT COVER = Waits River, Vermont; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Cinderella Rides Again” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Adela Rogers St. Johns - “Hell Bent” part 1 of 3 by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “The Moulmein Star” by James Atlee Phillips - “Woods Full of Parsons” by William Fuller - “A Little Like Shirley Temple” by Zachary Gold - “First Date” by Dorothy M. Johnson - “Liberty Hound” by James Robbins Miller; ARTICLES = “The Story of Bernt Balchen's Arctic Airmen – Rescue Below Zero” part 1 of 3 by Bill Davdson; “A Protest against the Bowls – Postseason Football Games” by William S. Carlson; “That Wonderful Guy – Ezio Pinza” by Stanley Frank; “Happy Land of Teenagers – The George Junior Republic” by Henry La Cossitt; “The Unification Row – A Famous Plane Designer Speaks his Piece” by Ray Holland Jr.; “Intrusion into the Past – Ace Movie Cameraman Leon Shamroy filming the Movie 'Prince of Foxes' in Italy” by nJack Moffitt;)

1950

JANUARY 7 (FRONT COVER = Lee Henderson a Sun Valley, Idaho Waitress in Red Longjohns; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Bing Crosby; SERIAL = “Hell Bent” part 2 of 3 by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “Dames Cause all the Trouble” by Willard H. Temple - “Brothers Keeper” by Edwin Lanham - “The House that Foundered” by Harrison Kinney - “The Corpse in the “tween-Decks” by Steve Hail - “A Man Called Horse” by Dorothy M. Johnson - “The Voyagers” by Edward Harris Heth; ARTICLES = “We Republicans can Win If... We Fight to Save our Great Opportunity Society” by Philip Willkie; “She's a Real Warm Day – Doris Day” by Hoyt and Alice Barnett; “Never Pamper the Ladies – New York's S> Klein Store” by Murray Campbell; “Gently Raise the Sacred Strain – The Story of the Great Mormon Tabernacle Choir” by Evan M. Wylie; “The Story of Bernt Balchen's Arctic Airmen – Viking on the Ice Frontier” part 2 of 3 by Bill Davidson; “The Return of Lorelei Lee – Carol Channing” by John Keating; “To the Glory of Amos Fortune – Slave who Became a Great citizen of Little Jaffrey Center in New Hampshire” by Helen Worden;)

JANUARY 14 (FRONT COVER = “The Boat Show” by Gregory D'Alessio; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Hell Bent” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Walt Grove - “Shell Game” part 1 of 3 by Richard Powell; SHORT STORY = “You Got to Relax” by William R. Scott - “He had a Little Shadow” by Charles B. Child - “Accident at the Crossing” by John R. Humphreys - “Full of Confidence” by Robert Griffith - “Woman Business” by Bennett Foster; ARTICLES = “Was Joe Louis the Geatest ?: by Gene Tunney; “Pretty Good Politician – 24-year old Mary Shadow of Tennessee” by Helen Worden; “The Postal Inspectors – Nobody Beats the Law” part 1 of 5 by William J. Slocum; “Hunters Under the Sea – Harpoon Gun Fishing in the Mediterranean” by Si Podolin; “The Story of Bernt Balchen's Arctic Airmen – Mission to Frozen Nowhere” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Bill Davidson;)

JANUARY 21 (FRONT COVER = “Ice Cutting for Refrigerant in Iron Mountain, Michigan” by Herb Olsen; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Shell Game” part 2 of 3 by Richard Powell; SHORT STORY = “Tiki” by William Brandon - “Marriage is a Dangerous Sport” by D.K. Findlay - “The Challenge” by William R. Scott - “Man Enough for Millie” by Wallace Umphrey - “A Fox Hunt” by David Newton; ARTICLES = “If This Be Treason...” by Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery; “Terror in our Cities – St. Louis the City that does Something about Sex Crime” by Howard Whitman; “Reluctant Baseball Hero – East Texas League's George Washington” by Frank nX. Tolbert; “The Postal Inspectors – Corn Fed Oscar Slickest of the Con Men” part 2 of 5 by William J. Slocum; “It Pays to get Fired – Sally Forresy” by David Chandler;)

JANUARY 28 (FRONT COVER = Cyd Charisse; BACK COVER AD – Camel; SERIAL = “Shell Game” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Richard Powell - “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 1 of 6 by Lillian Janet; SHORT STORY = “Mister Million” by Hannibal Coons - “Vacancy in Goal” by Scott Young - “The Divided Heart” by Hamlen Hunt - “Hot Water” by A.C. Spectorsky; ARTICLES = “Are We going to Junk our Colleges ?” by Benjamin Fine; “Secret Photos – Russian War Maneuvers” by Garrett Underhill; “U.N.'s Merciful War – All Out Attack on Disease” by David Perlman; “We're Mighty Fond of our Miss Lil – Lillian Smith of Clayton, Georgia” by Sam Grafton; “Strike ! Battle of the Big Fish – Deep Sea Fishing in Hawaiian Waters” by Charles Dexter Morris; “The Law West of thE Trinity – Texas Judge Bill Richburg” by Frank X. Tolbert; “The Postal Inspectors – Sucker Traps Plain and Fancy” part 3 of 5 by William J. Slocum;)

FEBRUARY 4 (FRONT COVER = Carolyn Richards and Polly Gaines at Sarasota Beach, Florida; BACK COVER AD – Chesterfield with Barbara Hale; SERIAL = “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 2 of 6 by Lillian Janet; SHORT STORY = “Hope Chest” by Leon Ware - “The Evil Eye” by Joseph Petracca - “The Hourglass” by Frances K. Allan - “Kitty Cheever, Girl Pile Driver” by Robert Carson - “My Noble Friend” by Desmond Hall - “Peanut” by Joe Coogan; ARTICLES = “Mr. Welfare State Himself – Oscar R. Ewing” by Holmes Alexander and Joseph R. Slevin; “The Very Remarkable Amish” by Richard B. Gehman; “There's a Lion in the House – Happy Valley Ranch outside of Seattle” by Ray Felton; “Willy makes the Stars Tremble – Director William Wyler” by David Chandler; “Voice Behind the Curtain – Berlin Radio Station RIAS 100” by Ernest Leiser; “The Postal Inspectors – No Frauds are Crueler than These” part 4of 5 by William J. Slocum; “The Boss who didn't get Licked – Socialist Mayor Jasper McLevy of Bridgeport, Conn.” by Karl Schriftgiesser; “Everyone Waves at the Engineer – Three Cheers for the Railroad Dispatcher” by John Conner;)

February 11, 1950 (with Report on the Barnhouse Effect = FIRST ever professional published story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.)

 (FRONT COVER = Palace of the Gods in Tibet; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 3 of 6 by Lillian Janet; SHORT STORY = The FIRST published appearance of the story "Report on the Barnhouse Effect" by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. & illustrated by Glen Fleischmann; This story was later republished unaltered in Vonnegut's books Canary in a Cathouse and Welcome to the Monkey House. The FIRST ever professional published story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr, Published Two years before his first novel. ** SHORT STORY =  “A Wedding is a Beginning” by Hamlen Hunt - “We're Both from Biddeford” by Corey Ford - “Family Guardian” by Richard Stern - “Life in His Hands” by Benjamin Siegel; ARTICLES = “Out of this World; a Journey to Lhasa” part 1 of 6 by Lowell Thomas and Loweel Thomas Jr.; “Big Grab at Washington – Pressure Groups” by Senator Paul H. Douglas; “The Doctor Brushed off Utopia – British Physician Argues against Socialized Medicine” by Henry La Cossitt; “Danger; Broadway Beauty at Work – Nanette Fabray” by Maurice Zolotow; “Another Gomez ? - Boston Red Sox pitcher Maurie McDermott” by Holmes Alexander; “The Postal Inspectors – They're Sure to get Caught” part 5 of 5 conclusion by William J. Slocum; SCARCE due to High Demand; VG = $139.00)


FEBRUARY 18 (FRONT COVER = “Abraham Lincoln Portrait” by Walter Frank Bomar; BACK COVER AD = Coke with Edgar Bergman and Charlie McCarthy; SERIAL = “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 4 of 6 by Lillian Janet; SHORT STORY = “Lost, One Daughter” by Sophie Kerr - “Giant Killer” by Ryerson Johnson - “Unquiet Day” by Nelia Gardner White - “A Valentine for Mama” byMary Jane Waldo; ARTICLES = “Why I Had to Step Aside – President's Top Economic Adviser” by Dr. Edwin G. Nourse; “Out of this World; A Journey to Lhasa – On the Caravan Trail of the High Winds” part 2 of 6 by Lowell Thomas and Lowell Thomas Jr.; “Basketball's Nat Holman – Easy Doesn't Do It” by Stanley Frank; “The Happy Irishman of the French Quarter – New Orlean's Owen Edward Brennan” by Ken Gormin; “Secret Boss of the National Press Club – Mrs. Mae Howland Smith” by Walter Davenport; “It's a Sweetheart of a Town – Loveland, Colorado” by Oren Arnold;)

FEBRUARY 25 (FRONT COVER = “St. Thomas Episcopal and Rectory on Elm St. in New Haven, Conn.” by Charlotte Joan Sternberg; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Miss Rita Tennant; SERIAL = “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 5 of 6 by Lillian Janet; SHORT STORY = “Captain in Command” by Robert Dexter Neff - “The Man who Knew all the Angles” by Thomas Brian - “Second Table” by John D. Weaver - “The Earthquake Season” by Robert Molloy - “Patty-Cake” by Vera Henry; ARTICLES = “Rock of Hollywood – Cecil B. de Mille” part 1 of 2 by Collie Small; “Terror in our Cities – Cleveland's Thugs Crawl in the Cracks of Sidewalks” by Howard Whitman; “Out of this World; A Journey to Lhasa – Up in the Clouds the Capitol of the Lama” part 3 of 6 by Lowell Thomas and Lowell Thomas Jr.: “The Heavens Burst – Miracles Happen when Planets Collide” by Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky; “Village of All Mankind – Parkway Village, New York home of 51 U.N. Families” by Ruth Karpf and George Barrett; “That Lucky Fellow – Irish tenor Phil Regan” by Robert Froman;)

MARCH 4 (FRONT COVER = “Saturday Morning Dance Class” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Gregory Peck; SERIAL = “City Beyond Devil's Gate” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Lillian Janet - “The Prisoner” part 1 of 4 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “National Honeymoon” by Paul Horgan - “Ralph” by Faith Prior - “Burden of Guilt” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Mountain Choice” by Kenneth Gilbert; ARTICLES = “Crisis Government can Ruin Us” by James F. Byrnes; “Miami – How to Improve on a Boom” by John Kord Lagemann; “Out of this World; A Journey to Lhasa – A Beaker of Chang is Fun in Tibet” part 4 of 6 by Lowell Thomas and lowell Thomas Jr.; “Allison in Wonderland – Fran Allison with Kukla and Ollie” by Bill Fay; “Rock of Hollywood – Cecil B. de Mille – Man in the Middle of a Spectacle” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Collie Small; “No Alibis for Red – Detroit Tigers manager Red Rolfe;)

MARCH 11 (FRONT COVER = “Seattle, Washington as seen from Magnolia Bluff” by Thomas Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer's Pens; SERIAL = “The Prisoner” part 2 of 4 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “The Man who Flew into a Rage” by Walt Grove - “I Knoe there aren't any Ghosts” by Margaret Chase - “A Qquality of Mercy” by Charles B. Child - “The Younger Generation” by Mark Hager - “Gentlemen's Game” by Miller Harris and R.W. McLaughlin; ARTICLES = “Here's to Damon Runyon” by Gene Fowler; “Objective; To Elect and Elect – Bill Boyle The Welfare Deal and it's Candidates” by Lester Velie; “Out of this World; a Journey to Lhasa – Escape to Shangri-la” part 5 of 6” by Lowell Thomas and Lowell thomas Jr.; “Who's That at the Door ? - Phil Meyers with his Ideas about Selling Dresses” by John Conner; “55,000 for Breakfast – United Nations food boss Ed Dodd” by Vance Johnson; “The Brat's a Giant – New York Giants Eddie Stanky” by Tom Meany;)

MARCH 18 (FRONT COVER = Gathering Maple Sap on Harry Uihlein farm near Lake Placid, New York; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Prisoner” part 3 of 4 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “Lone Hand” by Tom W. Blackburn - “Callie and the Starving Silvas” by Edna H. Strachan - “Birthright” by Owen Cameron - “The Suitable Present” by Rachel Thornton - “Beached Blonde” by Irving Gaynor Neiman; ARTICLES = “Why I was Fired – Reprisal” part 1 of 3 by Admiral Louis E. Denfeld; “One Hundred Years of Happy Marriage – New York's Little Church Around the Corner” by Robert Stein; “Aerial Task Force Able – Jet Fighters Refueling over the Ocean can Strike Fast” by Michael Clarke; “Out of this World; A Journey to Lhasa – Dangerous Trail Homeward” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Lowell Thomas and Lowell Thomes Jr.; “What makes Alex go – Inventor Alex Lewyt” by Mort Wei8singer;)

MARCH 25 (FRONT COVER = “Coast Guard cutter Northwind” by Rolf Klep; BACK COVER AD = camel with Champion Bowler – Connie Schwoelger; SERIAL = “The Prisoner” part 4 of 4 Conclusion by A.J. Cronin - “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 1 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “One of Those Days” byHal and Barbara Borland - “Thousands of Beautiful Girls” by Murray Hoyt - “Jeff Coongate's Water Cure” by Edmund Ware - “The Rookie” by Jim Dailey; ARTICLES = “The All America in College Basketball” by Bill Fay; “Florida's Struggle with the Hoodlums – They Boss the Nation Wide Bookie Wire Service” part 1 of 2 by Pat Frank and Luther Voltz; “World on Fire” by Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky; “”Women's Fashion – Maternity can be Chic, My Dear” by Helen Worden; “Twelve Famous Artists C.O.D. - Anyone can get Advice of a Fabulous Faculty” by Arthur D. Morse; “Why I was Fired – The Only Carrier the Air Force ever Sank” part 1 of 3 by Admiral Louis E. Denfeld;)

APRIL 1 (FRONT COVER = “Robin in a hole inan Apple Tree with Snow Coming Down” by Norman Tate; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Ray Bolger; SERIAL = “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 2 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Heart of Stone” by David Duncan - “When in Rome” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “Early Rose and the High Sheriff” by William Fuller - “Beauty and the Beasts” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “The Broken Clock” by Charles Freeburn; ARTICLES = “The Americans Nobody Wants – Seasonal Farm Workers in California” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “Whose Voice in our Congress ? - Vito Marcantonio and His Communist Leanings” by Todd Wright; “Quick, Another Baby's Here ! - Premature Babies can be Saved” by Gledhill Cameron; “Florida's Struggle with the Hoodlums – Gamblers Siege” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Pat Frank and Luther Voltz; “Unfancy Dan – Dan Dailey” by Willard L. Wiener; “It's a Radio Program for Democracy – American Forum of the Air” by Ben Gross; “Why I was Fired – The Nation Needs the Navy” part 3 of 3 by Admiral Louis E. Denfeld;)

APRIL 8 (FRONT COVER = Barbara Wittlinger; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 3 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “The Lovely Night” by Shirley Jackson - “Sea Dog” by Edmund Gilligan - “Uncle Funzy and the Burning Tapers” by Joseph Petracca - “Mountain Crossing” by Tom W. Blackburn - “The Hollow of her Hand” by Marjorie Carter; ARTICLES = “Is President Truman taking us Down the British Road ?” by Robert A. Taft; “Don't Pity the Blind – Joe Clunk” part 1 of 3 by Herbert Yahraes; “New York fights the World's Worst Traffic Jam” by Bill Davidson; “The Met's Accent is American – Home Grown Opera Stars” by Herbert Kupferberg; “The Americans Nobody Wants – Home is a Dream” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie;)

APRIL 15 (FRONT COVER = 7-year old Madaline Belgard in an Easter Hat; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Kirk Douglas; SERIAL = “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 4 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “The Bad Time” by Allen Marple - “Contrivin' Woman” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Father Knows Best” by Eileen Tighe - “Jeff and the Overeducated Worm” by Walte Karig; ARTICLES = “Illinois Shakedown – The Little Guy Loses in Gambling” part 1 of 2 by Gordon Schendel; “The Mike Jacobs Story – Champions for Sale” part 1 of 5 by Budd Schulberg; “Is He a Big Laugh ! - Red Skelton” by Lloyd Shearer; “Don't Pity the Blind – The Perfect Blind Man” part 2 of 3 by Herbert Yahraes; “Miss Agnes Keeps Store – Guy Brothers General Store in Clements, Maryland” by Alfred Toombs; “Adventurer in Darkest Washington – Management Engineer Robert Heller” by Craig Thompson; “Boom on the Bottomless Sea – Zuider Zee Reclaimed Land by the Dutch” by David Perlman;)

APRIL 22 (FRONT COVER = Carl Lindberg fishing in a stream in Angeles National Forest; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Mel Parnell – Howard Pollet – Bob Lemon – Vic Raschi; SERIAL = “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 5 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “The Lanter” by J.H. Clagett - “Don't Beat Me !” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “Shock Treatment” by Marie de Nervaud - “The Sacrifice” by Lawrence Williams - “Day of the Dog” by Sidney Herschel Small; ARTICLES = “Euthanasia; To Be or Not To Be – The Right to Kill ?” by Dr. Foster Kennedy; “Illinois Shakedown – The D.A. Was Warned; We'll Bomb You” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Gordon Schendel; “Don't Pity the Blind – They are Happy Days” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Herbert Yahraes; “If You want to Catch Trout – Lures” by Raymond R. Camp; “Runyon's Last Story – By his Friends” by Albert Q. Maisel; “The Mike Jacobs Story – Win or Lose the Boss Never Cried” part 2 of 5 by Budd Schulberg;)

APRIL 29 (FRONT COVER = Rita Reich and clown Ernie Burch of Ringling Bros. And Barnum and Bailey; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Zachary Scott; SERIAL = “The Case of the Smuggler's Bell” part 6 of 6 by Erle Stanley Gardner - “When You Come Home” part 1 of 4 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “Sneak Preview” by Jack Finney - “Pilgrim's Progress” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “Head-on” by Richard R. Werry - “Captain Ollie and the Monster” by Gilbert Byron; ARTICLES = “Charlie McCarthy – The Double Life of Edgar Bergen” part 1 of 2 by Dean Jennings; “Teenage Punks – San Francisco Tries to Tame Them” by Howard Whitman; “Lonesomest Man in Town – Federal Judge Waring of Charleston” by Samuel Grafton; “The Mike Jacobs Story – Angel of Boyle's Thirty Acres” part 3 of 5 by Budd Schulberg; “Would you Enter a door marked Socialism ?” by Benjamin H. Namm;)

MAY 6 (FRONT COVER = “Dutchess County, New York” by Fred Eng; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Lanny Ross; SERIAL = “When You Come Home” part 2 of 4 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “Summer Night” by George Sumner Albee - “Seven Parts of a Ball Team” by Scott Young - “A Sucker for Babies” by Jack Weeks - “The Gorgeous Blonde Caper” by Robert Carson - “There Will Come Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury; ARTICLES = “You Can't See that Movie – Censorship in Action” by Lester Velie; “Kentucky Derby's Bill Corum” by Bob Considine; “As You Would Have Them Do … New York Community Welcomes a Woman who Had Leprosy” by Roger Butterfield; “Women Touble in Charlie McCarthy's Future – The Double Life of Edgar Bergen” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Dean Jennings; “Traffic Nightmare and a Promise of Dawn – Los Angeles” by Bill Davidson and Fronk D. Morris; “The Last Days of Tojo” by Dr. Shinsho Hanayama; “The Mike Jacobs Story – Uncle Mike and the Big Strike – Joe Louis” part 4 of 5 by Budd Schulberg;)

MAY 13 (FRONT COVER = “Brigantine using a Stunsail” by Jack Hearne; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Maurice Evans; SERIAL = “When You Come Home” part 3 of 4 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “To the Future” by Ray Bradbury - “Secret of Coon Castle” by Paul Annixter - “The Schoolmistress” by Alec Waugh - “The Last Souvenir” by Lester Atwell – “Maid's Service” by Nord Riley; ARTICLES = “Cheaper Food – Promise or Political Lure ?” by Allan B. Kline; “Last of the Great Mail Robbers – Gerald Chapman” by Alan Hynd; “Somebody Always going Away – Travellers Aid” by Marion Hargrove; “The Mike Jacobs Story – Fadeout” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Budd Schulberg; “The Man who Comes to Breakfast – Radio's Don McNeill; “Test Pilot for our New A-Bomb – General Pete Quesada” by Richard Witkin;)

MAY 20 (FRONT COVER = “Tulip Time Parade in Holland, Michigan” by Charlotte Sternberg; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Opera star Nadine Conner; SERIAL = “When You Come Home” part 4 of 4 by William R. Scott - “The Candy Kid” part 1 of 6 by Dorothy B. Hughes; SHORT STORY = “Killer Fish” by Chet Schwarzkopf - “Operation Reach” by Walt Sheldon - “Weekend Genius” by Jack Finney - “Life of the Party” by William Brandon; ARTICLES = “My Baseball Story – The Man who built the Yankees” part 1 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “Here Comes a Cop – Boston Puts Down Street Crime” by Howard Whitman; “Salvage – New Hope for the Insane” by Harry Henderson; “Radio's D.A. And hoe he Grew – Ed Byron” by Eleanor Harris; “Everthing's Made for Love – Alabama Congressman Frank Boykin” by Walter Davenportr; “The Yellowstone Tourists Never See – Photo Article”;)

MAY 27 (FRONT COVER = “The Opening Day of the Brooklyn Bridge on May 24, 1883” by William Kirtman Plummer; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Candy Kid” part 2 of 6 by Dorothy B. Hughes; SHORT STORY = “The Way I Feel” by Jeff Brown - “The Swallows” by James Martin Young - “My Father doesn't Like Me” by William R. Scott - “Multiple Mr. Maypole” George Sumner Albee - “Count Heads in the Land” by Dave Grubb; ARTICLES = “If Polio Strikes... is Your Town Ready ?” by Albert Q. Maisel; “My Baseball Story – The Dutchman... Greatest of them All” part 2 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “Birth of the Quints; The Untold Story – Dionne Quints” by Lillian Barker; “The Red Plot to Seize Berlin...and the Man Behind the Plot” by David Perlman, Seymour Freidin and Ernest Leiser; “Chicken a la Queen – Damon's Restaurrant in Cleveland” by Richard B. Gehman;)

JUNE 3 (FRONT COVER = 13-year old Burton Snow of St. George, Utah with a Calf; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Marlene Dietrich; SERIAL = “The Candy Kid” part 3 of 6 by Dorothy B. Hughes; SHORT STORY = “Showdown” by Morgan Lewis - “Home Town” by Michael Foster - “The Joyful Noise” by Mary Jane Waldo - “A Big day in St. Louis” by Corey Ford - “Poison” by Roald Dahl; ARTICLES = “Truman's New Romance – The Businessman” by Cabell Phillips; “Inside Women's Prison – Beyond Brutal” by Virginia Kellogg; “My Baseball Story – Challenge from the Outlaws” part 3 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “Can Humans be Rebuilt ? - A Progress Report” by Henry la Cossitt; “Wall Street has a Sense of Humor – Once a Year they Publish The Bawl Street Journal” by Murray Canpbell;)

JUNE 10 (FRONT COVER = “Lighthouse Keeper and Family Having a Picnic, Long Island Sound” by Homer Hill; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Ben Hogan and Ruth Roman; SERIAL = “The Candy Kid” part 4 of 6 by Dorothy B. Hughes; SHORT STORY = “No time to Waste” by William R. Scott - “The Magic Dark” by Jean Boley - “Harvard Square Student” by Joe McCarthy - “The Man whose Name was Lost” by Howard Maier - “The Old Lions” by John and Evelyn Humphreys; ARTICLES = “Vienna's Crimson Shadows – 'The Third Man' Story is True” by Collier's European Team; “Well Done Sir – Professor of Jewish Faith Gustave Kadysh Klausner at St. Louis University for 40 Years” by John Conner; “Guinea Pig for ACTH – A Struggle with Pain” by Dr. Morris Fishbein; “My Baseball Story – The Babe I knew was Like This” part 4 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “What a Character Actor ! - J. Carrol Naish” by Dwight Whitney; “It's Crowded where Sammy Is – Pro golfer Sam Snead” by Bill Fay;)

JUNE 17 (FRONT COVER = “Philadelphia as seen from the Steps of it's Museum of Art” by Thomas Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Camels; SERIAL = “The Candy Kid” part 5 of 6 by Dorothy B. Hughes; SHORT STORY = “The Big Build-Up” by Michael Foster - “All the Birds in the Air” by Charles B. Child - “I was Poor once Myself” by Margaret Chase - “Jeff and the Schizophrenic Turtle” by Walter Karig; ARTICLES = “Free the Atom – Industrial Application of Atomic Knowledge is Overdue” by David E. Lilienthal; “The Giant Job of Telling Time – The Watchmaker” by Robert Froman; “My Baseball Story – Tail End to Tiptop the Rise of the Yankees” part 5 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “Doctor Mary Sleeps Fast – Dr. Mary Townsend Glassen of Phillipsburg, Kansas” by Ruth Borden and Francis O'Brien; “Romance at 20 Paces – Hollywoopd's New French Bombshell is Micheline Prelle” by Bill Davidson; “The Kid Right Handed is thie His Year ? - Detroit Tigers pitcher Art Houtteman” by Tom Meany;)

JUNE 24 (FRONT COVER = “David F. Barry tending his Garden at the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad crossing at Meriden, Connecticut” by Charlotte Joan Sternberg; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Lilli Palmer; SERIAL = “The Candy Kid” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Dorothy B. Hughes - “Phipps to the Resue” part 1 of 5 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “How I got to Go to Camp” by Eloise Barrangon - “I like it this Way” by Jack Finney - “The Pest” by William R. Scott - “Giselle” by Mike Detzer; ARTICLES = “Everyman's Meat – The Heart of an Industry” part 1 of 3 by Henry la Cossitt; “Terror in Washington – Leads in Crimes of Violence” by Howard Whitman; “The Dodgers ain't no Accident – The Team to Beat” by Tom Meany; “My Baseball Story – The Greatest Manager... the All Time Team” part 6 of 6 by Edward G. Barrow; “Young Mr. San Francisco – Herb caen writes a Daily Column” by Gordon Manning; “Into the Mysteries of the Brain – Doctors at Northwestern University developed the Isotron to Detect Brain Tumors” by Hern Bailey;)

JULY 1 (FRONT COVER = “Molly Pitcher the Heroine of the Revolutionary War” by Frank Reilly; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Rex Harrison; SERIAL = “Phipps to the Rescue” part 2 of 5 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “The Kissing Kind” by Al Hine - “There goes Mac” by Elizabeth Starr Hill” - “The Treatment” by Joseph Carroll - “The Left Handed Curse” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “War Shirt” by Dorothy M. Johnson; ARTICLES = “New York, New York – It's a Wonderful Town !” by Karl Schriftgiesser; “Why I am Not a Democrat” Senator George D. Aiken; “You Tell Me How to Run a Railroad – Donald Gordon of Canadian National” by Leslie Roberts; “The Melody Must be Perfect – Maestro Don Voorhees” by Ben Gross; “Everyman's Meat – Beef, Billions and the Beginning” part 2 of 3 by Henry la Cossitt; “Untangling the Traffic Snarl – How it was done in Allentown, Pennsylvania and Kansas City, Kansas” by Bill Davidson;)

JULY 22 (FRONT COVER = “Loading the Car for a Family Vacation” by Dave Mink; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Janet Blair; SERIAL = “Phipps to the Rescue” part 5 of 5 conclusion by P.G. Wodehouse - “Waterfront” part 1 of 5 by Ferguson Findley; SHORT STORY = “Substitute” by James Atlee Phillips - “Wings for Little Bird” by Jessica Wellner - “On Edge” by Pat Frank - “Lost Illusion” by Gertrude Schweitzer; ARTICLES = “Great Heart of Cat Island, Bahamas – Father Jerome” by Bill Davidson; “War Without Casualties – Strenthing Countries Russia May Attack” by Clarke Newlon; “The Magnificent Watusi – Emperors of the Congo” by Richard Carkson; “The Sick Kids a Share and a Prayer – The Sick Children's Hospital of Toronto” by Leslie Velie; “Scout Trail Westward – Scouts Ranch near Cimarron, New Mexico” by Evan M. Wylie; “Stars in Flight – Czech Athletes Defecting to Freedom” by David Perlman;)

JULY 29 (FRONT COVER = Miss Kathleen Norris and Boyer a Russian Wolfhound; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Janet Blair; SERIAL = “Waterfront” part 2 of 5 by Ferguson Findley; SHORT STORY = “My Last Race” by Robert Alan Aurthur - “The Big Bed” by John D. Weaver - “The Rebellious Zoo Keeper” by Marlise Johnston - “Grandfather's Pal” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “The Most Tantalizing Disappearance of Our Time – Judge Joseph Force Crater” by Gordon Manning; “Our Busiest Emotion – Anxiety” by Murray Campbell; “Mrs. Smith Really goes to Town – Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith” by Lilian Rixley; “The Amazing Dr. Sperti – Cancer Research at Cincinnati's Institutum Divi Thomae” by Francis Sill Wickware; “Jet Propulsion Hollywood Type – Mel Ferrer” by Gladwin Hill; “Malzev's Mystery Mountains – Uranium to Power Russia's Atomic Bombs” by Ernest Leiser; “Talent Eye – Talent Scout Doris Sharp” by Joe Hyams;)

AUGUST 12 (FRONT COVER = “Harness Racing” by Fred Eng; BACK COVE AD = Camel with Fran Warren; SERIAL = “Waterfront” part 4 of 5 by Ferguson Findley; SHORT STORY = “The Exiles” by John D. Weaver - “No Punishment” by Helen Mitchell; “Smoke Jumper” by Harold Rogers; “His Kind of Woman” by Jean Kinkead - “Safe at Home” by Lee Rogow; ARTICLES = “Soviet Germany's Secret Army” by Collier's European Team; “It may be Murder – Dr. Thomas A. gonzales is New York City's Chief Medical Examiner” by M.R. Werner; “Arch Dreams up the Dream Games – Chicago Tribune's Arch Ward a Great Sports Promoter” by Tom Meany; “The Industry that Laid a Golden Egg – Florida's Frozen Orange Juice Concentrate” by John Connor; “That Lucky old Laine – Frankie Laine” by Dean Jennings; “It's Tanglewood Time Again - The Berkshire Music Festival”; “Treat them with Kindness – American Humane Association” by Oren Arnold; “Big Top – Pearly Leads the Parade the Dean of Tent Makers” by B.F. Sylvester;)

AUGUST 19 (FRONT COVER = 4 1/2-year old Ernest Harris Cockrell of Houston, Texas with his cat Cloudy; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Phil Harris and Alice Faye; SERIAL = “Waterfront” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Ferguson Findley - “To Live Again” part 1 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “Devil's Hat” by Libbie Block - “Straight life” by Joseph Petracca - “I Guess I Fixed Her” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “The Chinese Pheasant” by Norah Lofts; ARTICLES = “Korean Report – Mr. Pak is Worth Fighting For” by John Denson; “Michigan's Happy Convicts – They Improve the States Great Parks” by Harold Titus; “Just One Break for the Disabled – Jobs” by John Connor; “F.D.R.'s Republican Cousin in Congress – Katharine St. George” by Edward B. Lockett; “The Monacle from Georgia – Charles Coburn” by Gordon Manning; “Selling War Bonds – Red China Style”; “Here's to the Paste at Caproni's in Cincinnati” by Richard B. Gehman;)

AUGUST 26 (FRONT COVER = Roxanne Rosedale in a Bikini Sailing; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Vaughn Monroe; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 2 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “The Ultimate Swine” by James A. Michener - “Wayward Island” by Ealanor Gilchrist - “The Windmill Fixers” by Dillon Anderson - “Professional Husband” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “The Double Bladed Lie” by Mary Jane Waldo; ARTICLES = “The Brain of the U.S. Army – LT. General Alfred Gruenther” by Pat Frank; “Labor Isn't Waiting for November” by Sam Stavisky; “War's Tragedy in Korea – Photo Essay; “America's Bluest Blue Law Town – Ocean Grove New Jersey” by Hartzell Spence; “Santa Claus begins in August – Community Planning” by Frances Brentano;)

SEPTEMBER 9 (FRONT COVER = “New York State Fair at Syracuse” by Charlotta Joan Sternberg; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Nanette Fabray; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 4 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “The Woman Who Nagged” by Diana Sheehan - “Inside Hoopendyke” by Willard H. Temple - “Tennis Bum” by Matt Bryant - “The Return of Virtue” by Robert W. Krepps - “Last Spring” by Phyllis Lee Peterson; ARTICLES = “Miracle of Local 9 – Union Members at Wanamaker's Department Store in New York City” by Collie Small; “Must we Rearm Japan ?” by John Denson; “Tough as a Kitten – Mercedes McCambridge” by Gladwin Hill; “Do We Have Enough Strategic Materials for War ?” by John Connor; “Private Eye in the World of Words – Dr. Joseph Shipley tails Words to their Origin” by Will Oursler;)

SEPTEMBER 16 (FRONT COVER = Carolyn Bishop the Campus Queen of the University of North Carolina; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 5 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “The Long Thin Man” by Charles B. Child - “Innocent Rapture” by Ramona and Allen Marple - “The Faded Blue” by Newlin B. Wildes - “Jeff and the Grateful Mouse” by Walter Karig; ARTICLES = “How We Can Lick Stalin” by Brigadier General Bonner Fellers; “Francis Wallace's 11th Football Preview”; “Cotton calls on Clara Kitts – Employment Agency Brings Growers and Pickers Together” by Marie Wathen; “Genius on a Low Budget – Movie Producer Stanleu Kramer” by Collie Small; “Bonanza by Mail – Mail Order Business” by James Stewart Gordon; “Fabulous Flier – Marine Corps Test Pilot Marion Carl” by Lt. Col. Clarke Newlon;)

SEPTEMBER 23 (FRONT COVER = “Kindergarten Class” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 6 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “Partner's Choice” by Mary Poore - “The Secret Premiere” by Hannibal Coons - “Lean Shadows in the Valley” by Jesse Stuart - “Katy” by Mary Jane Waldo; ARTICLES = “War Adventure in Burme part 1 of 3 – They Called it Jungle Broadway” by Lowell Thomas; “The Women Behind MacArthur” by Cornelius Ryan and Frank Kelley; “Dixie's No.1 Gridnaper – Wildcat Coach Bear Bryant” by Bill Fay; “Korea – Tougher Nut to Crack than Okinawa” by Captain Walter Karig; “Loved, Feared and Followed – Mary McLeod Bethune” by Genevieve Forbes Herrick; “Daddy of the Small Time – Gus Sun recalling his 61 Years in the Theater” by Richard B. Gehman;)

SEPTEMBER 30 (FRONT COVER = June Bright on the Beach at Santa Barbara; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Broderick Crawford; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 7 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “My Cigarette Loves Your Cigarette” by Jack Finney - “The Robe and the Sword” by Major Melvin B. Voorhees = “To Give the Challenge” by Hal and Barbara Borland = “The Good Luck Hat” by William Lawton Maner; ARTICLES = “I Flew a Jet Strike over Korea” by Charlotte Knight; “The Capone Gang Muscles into Big Time Politics” by Llester Velie; “Always Something Doing at Boston's Old Howard” by Gordon Manning; “The New G.I. Joe 'He Never had it so Good' “ by Bill Davidson; “War Attack in Burma part 2 of 3 – Glider Attack” by Lowell Thomas; “Hopalong Abramowitz – Harry Abramowitz and His Stable of Horse Drawn Vehicles in the Bronx” by Arthur D. Morse; “What to do about an Ulcer” by Henry la Cossitt;)

OCTOBER 7 (FRONT COVER = “The Golden Gate Bridge” by Tom Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ezio Pinza; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 8 of 9 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “The Nomad Woman” by Major Gordon B. Enders - “Commuter's War” by John H. Holland - “One Love Have I” by Owen Cameron - “The Third Level” by Jack Finney; ARTICLES = “The New Breed – Marines in Korea” by John Connor; “World Series 2000 A.D.” by Branch Rickey; “War in Burma part 3 of 3 conclusion – Wingate's Triumph after Death” by Lowell Thomas; “The Actress Nobody Knows – Jean Arthur” by Eleanor Harris; “Every Meal's a Production – Wilson's Sea Grill in New Haven, Connecticut” by Richard B. Gehman;)

OCTOBER 14 (FRONT COVER = Norma Eberhardt with a Sunflower; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “To Live Again” part 9 of 9 conclusion by A.J. Cronin - “The Fifty Mission Cap” part 1 of 4 by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “Son of the Coach” by William R. Scott - “The Five Alls” by Major Franklin M. Davis Jr. - Tender Heart” by Judith Carr - “The Expatriate” by Laurence Critchell; ARTICLES = “Captain Thach's Phantom Carrier – U.S.S. Sicily” by John Denson; “Next Targets for Stalin ? part 1 of 2 - Reports from Yugoslavia, Turkey and Iran” by Collier's European Team; “Pennsylvania's Rough, Tough Duff – GovernorJames Henderson Duff” by Walter Davenport; “My Life among the Comedians” by Gag Writer Hal Block; “Gridiron Galahad – Oklahoma Football coach Bud Wilkinson;)

OCTOBER 21 (FRONT COVER = “Logging in Washington” by Roy M. Mason; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Kyle MacDonnell; SERIAL = “Fifty Mission Cap” paert 2 of 4 by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “Not Heavy Enough” by Herbert Depew - “After Noon in Deer Meadow” by John Bell Clayton - “The Mimosa Blight” by Frances Gray Patton - “Big Moment” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “Pravda, U.S.A. - The American Tabloid'Daily Worker' Stalin's American Mouthpiese” by Frederick Woltman; “Torture Chambers of the Air Force – Testing Devices Needed to Fly Jets” by Bob Deindorfer; “Smile when you call Merman 'Madam' – Ethel Merman” by James Poling; “Korean Sketchbook” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie; “Next Targets for Stalin ? Part 2 of 2 conclusion by Collier's European Team; “Money Grows on Trees – More Trees for America Movement” by Alfred Toombs; “He Heckles the Lawyers – Chicago's Irving Goldstein” by Charles Komaiko; “Howdy Doody's Newest Pal – Princess Summerfall Winterspring;)

OCTOBER 28 (FRONT COVER = “U.N. Headquarters in New York City” by Bern Hill; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Fifty Mission Cap” part 3 of 4 by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “Make Like a Panther” by Irving Gaynor Neiman - “A Time for Innocence” by Ethel Edison Gordon - “Hunt Hard, Hunt Long” by Harry Sylvester - “The Parent Problem” by Betsy Corrigan; ARTICLES = “Blue Sharks off the Red Coast – Navy Bombers over Korea” by John Connor; “The Pro Game isn't Football – Says Army Coach Rad Blaik” by Stanley Woodward; “JCHEW GISEY PYMQP UQRPD – Translation 'How to Crack Enemy Codes' “ by John Kobler - “Great White Mother – Mrs. Lisbeth Bonnell Eubanks with the Navajo in Utah” by Oren Arnold; “Don't go out Alone at Night in L.A.” by Howard Whitman; “They're Fixing Up over at the Truman's – Whiye House Repairs” by Milton Lehman;)

NOVEMBER 4 (FRONT COVER = “Reconnaissance Sgt. James Jekins, 1st Calvary Division” by Howard Brodie; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Mario Lanza; SERIAL = “Fifty Mission Cap” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Walt Grove - “Play a Lone Hand” part 1 of 6 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “Most Guys Rake Lawns on Saturday” by William H. Temple - “Party” by Budd Schulberg - “Halloween was Father's Day” by Dolph Sharp - “The Curse of Silence” by Hal G. Evarts; ARTICLES = “Don't Smoke – Unless you Like it” by Albert Q. Maisel; “She-town – Women take over the Government in Washington, Virginia” by Edward B. Lockett; “Far Away, Far Away” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie; “Another Galloping Ghost at Illinois – Johnny Karrae” by Bill Fay; “The Bing who Doesn't Sing – Metropolitan Opera's new manager Rudolf Bing” by Herbert Kupferberg; “... and if We are Elected to Office...” by Senator Scott W. Lucas and Senator Robert A. Taft;)

NOVEMBER 11 (FRONT COVER = “U.S. Marines in Action against China's Rebellious Boxers” by John Clymer; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Alan Ladd; SERIAL = “Play a Lone Hand” part 2 of 6 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The One you said you Loved” by Decla Dunning - “Buck Lindsay and the Woman Scorned” by Dave Grubb - “The Boy” by Hal and Barbara Borland - “All the Girls were Dancing” by Shirley Jackson; ARTICLES = “Vishinsky – The Kremlin's Gremlin” by A.M. Rosenthal; “Something is Rotten in the Stae of Pennsylvania – Gambling Racket” by Gordon Schendel; “PALS – Cops and Kids” by Alan Hynd; “Hail Sid Carsar !” by Bill Davidson; “Prettiest Doctor in the Fleet – Dr. Bernice 'Burma' Walters” by Charlotte Knight; “If you Want to Hunt Quail” by Raymond R. Camp; “Sagebrush Rembrandt – William Robinson Leigh”;)

NOVEMBER 18 (FRONT COVER = “Hunting Geese” by Roy M. Mason; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Martha Tilton; SERIAL = “Play a Lone Hand” part 3 of 6 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The Wrong Dog” by John Savage - “Bewitched” by Michael Fesier - “Choice of Target” by John D. Weaver - “Accolad” by S.W.M. Hunason; ARTICLES = “If Red China Strikes” by Major General Claire L. Chennault; “Boston's Beloved Bistro Locke-Ober's Restaurant” by Richard B. Gehman; “How are your Children's Textbooks Selected ?” by Craig Thompson; “Justice on the Cuff – Ellery Cuff is the Los Angeles Public Defender; “Smugglers now Take to the Air” by Bill Davidson; “Dr. Billington's Fabulous Temple – Baptist Temple in Akron, Ohio” by Emerson L. Batdorff; “The Old Sergeant – West Point's Marty Maher” by Nardi Reeder Campion;)

NOVEMBER 25 (FRONT COVER = “Grand Champion Hereford steer Judge Roy Bean” by Charlotte Joan Sternberg: BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Play a Lone Hand” part 4 of 6 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “Season of Disbelief” by Ray Bradbury - “The Error of my Ways” by Walt and Wanda Grove - “Lester Wimpy” by John Masters - “Epicac” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - “The Speech” by Lord Dunsany; ARTICLES = “Sober Facts about Sex Crimes” by Albert Deutsch; “The Meanest Man in Football – Ed Sprinkle of the Chicago Bears” by Bill Fay; “The Nazis March Again – This Time for Stalin” by William Atwood and Seymour Freiden; “Incredible Inn – The Hotel Elysee in New York City” by Robert C. Ruark; “Wit, Wisdom and Weather” by James Poling; “They Always get Their Man – NBC's TV program'Leave it to the Girls' “by Eleanor Harris; “Faces in Victory” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie;)

DECEMBER 2 (FRONT COVER = “Loading Christmas Trees for Markets”{ by Harper Goff; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Peter Lind Hayes; SERIAL = “Play a Lone Hand” part 5 of 6 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “North Forks Folly” by Hannibal Coons - “Router of Dreams” by Richard Stern - “Let Nothing Come Betwenn Us” by William R. Scott - “Billy's Stampede” by Nord Riley; ARTICLES = “Laugh's from F.D.R.'s Letters”; “Russia's Busiest Spy Nest – Soviet Intelligence Agents in Japan” by Gordon Walker; “Santa Class – Santa Claus School in Albion, New York” by John O'Reilly; “Democracy Bets on the Soo – Great Lakes Soo Canal” by John Lear; “Collier's Sectional All Star Teams – Selected by the American Football Coaches Association”; “Unsung Song Writer – Harry Warren” by Lloyd Shearer: “She's got a Little List – Washington's Callie Shaw” by Hyman Goldberg;)

DECEMBER 9 (FRONT COVER = Charlotte Houston of the University of California; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Perry Como and Arthur Godfrey; SERIAL = “Play a Lone Hand” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Luke Short - “Racket Alley” part 1 of 5 parts by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = “Gold in Your Hair” by William Brandon - “The Testing of Joey” by Joseph Petracca - “Say Hello to Sally” by Charles Hoffman - “Banker Clayton's Interest” by Robert Easton; ARTICLES = “The 61st All America Football Team”; “Beauty and the Beasts – World's Top Animal Photographer Ylla” by Bill Davidson; “Something's Wrong with out Jury System” by Federal Judge Jerome Frank; “Thanks for the Memory” by Gene Fowler; “Maryland's Busiest Byrd – University of Maryland Pesident Curley Byrd” by Sidney Shalett; “From our Vines Fine Wines American Wine Industry is Booming” by Robert Froman;)

DECEMBER 16 (FRONT COVER = General Douglas MacArthur and Vice Admiral A.D. Struble; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Racket Alley” part 2 of 5 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = “Torist Rest” by HamlenHunt - “The Skinflint” by William R. Scott - “Double Exposure” by John D. Weaver - “Too Late to Lie” by Donald Mackenzie; ARTICLES = “MacArthur's Greatest Battle – The Inchon Invasion” by Bascom N. Timmons; “Our Alarming Doctor Shortage” by Albert Q. Maisel; “They Know What's Cooking – The Girls who Write the Food Columns for Daily Papers” by Jaqmes M. Kahn; “The St. Louis Post Dispatch – Pulitzer's Prize” part 1 of 2 by Roger Butterfield; “He's bee Working on the Toy Railroad – Joshua Lionel Cowen of Lionel Corporation” by Collie Small;)

DECEMBER 23 (FRONT COVER = “Christmas Carolers” by John Pike; BACK COVER AD = Coke with Santa Claus; SERIAL = “Racket Alley” part 3 of 5 by W.R. Burnett; SHORT STORY = “Distribution Problem” by S.W.M. Humason - “Miracle in the Heart” by Robert Dexter Neff - “Let Nothing you Dismay” by Ruth Harnden; ARTICLES = “Happy Talk on a Silent Campus – Gallaudet in Washington D.C. The World's Only College for the Deaf” by Gordon Schendel; “The Collier Trophy – William P. Lear and his Jet Plane Autopilot” by Bill Davidson; “The St. Louis Post Dispatch – Pulitzer's Prize – An Editor Must Have No Friends” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Roger Butterfield; “Brahms, Bratwurst and Bock Luchow's Restaurant in New York City” by Bob Considine; TEN CHRISTMAS CLASSICS SPECIAL SECTION;)

DECEMBER 30 (FRONT COVER = “Swimming Pool in the Winter” by Homer Hill; BACK COVER AD – Camel with Marguerite Piazza; SERIAL = “Racket Alley” part 4 of 5 by W.R> Burnett; SHORT STORY = “Long Charles has his Christmas” by Edmund Gilligan - “The Quarter-Deck Shell” by6 Elizabeth Enright - “The Cross Old Bear” by Claire Wallis - “Red Handle” by Walt Sheldon - “Little Bull of Bashan” by B.M. Atkinson Jr.; ARTICLES = “Russia Could Take Europe in Three Weeks” by Allan Michie; “How the Republican's can Win in '52” by Raymond A. McConnell Jr.; “Dollars and Sense Research – University of Illinois” by Donald Robinson; “Winged Work Horse – The DC-3” by James H. Winchester; “Mrs. Tilly's Crusade – Georgia Fighter for Human Rights is Dorothy Tilly” by Helena Huntington Smith; “The Happiest Man in Hollywood – King of the Cliff Hanger Serials Sam Katzman” Williard L. Wiener;)

1951

JANUARY 6 (FRONT COVER = “Dave Mink Family Sleeping in Front of Television except Mom on New Year's Eve” by Dave Mink; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Mona Freeman; SERIAL = “Racket Alley” part 5 of 5 Conclusion by W. R. Burnett - “Revolt of the Triffids” part 1 of 5 by John Wyndham; SHORT STORY = “On the Linger” by William Fuller - “Such Interesting Neighbors” by Jack Finney - “A Fine Wife” by Mariam Sims - “The Deserter” by Pat Frank; ARTICLES = “Gary Crosby and Friend – Bing Crosby's Son” by Lloyd Shearer; “When You're Old What Then ? - A Hopeful Report”{ part 1 of 3 by Dr. Louis I. Dublin and Herbert Yahraes; “Chicago's New Menace – Amatuer Hoodlums and Senseless Acts of Violence” by Howard Whitman; “Elliman's Elegant Eldorado – New York's Upper East Side realtor Douglas Elliman” by Robert Froman; “Emergency ! - When Telephones go out a Large Well Trained Servicemen Swing into Action” by Evan M. Wylie; “Uncle Sam goes to Press – The Government Printing Office” by J. Lacey Reynolds;)

JANUARY 13 (FRONT COVER = Cherry Blair the University of Texas Campus Queen; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Revolt of the Triffids” part 2 of 5 by John Wyndham; SHORT STORY = “Trick and Fancy” by James Atlee Phillips - “The Three Week Lesson” by Berenice Thorpe - “The One Behind Him” by Charles B. Child - “Gallagher's Redheaded Nemesis” by Nord Riley - “Please Don't Disturb” by Charles Hoffman; ARTICLES = “Fourth Squad, Third Platoon – Sergeant Arthur C. Dudley” by Bill Stapleton; “Olivia'a World is the Stage – Olivia de Havilland” by James Poling; “Dorcie Calhoun struck it Rich – Natural Gas on his Farm near Renova, Pa.” by Bill Davidson; “Education's New Boy Wonder – Paul A. Wagner of Rollins College” by Hartzell Spence; “When You're Old What Then ? - Adding Life to the Added Years” part 2 of 3 by Dr. Luois I' Dublin and Herbert Yahraes; “They're Balmy over Basketball – Bradley University Braves” by Bill Fay; “The Road of Death” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie; “The Great Brink's Robbery” by Joseph F. Dinneen;)

JANUARY 20 (FRONT COVER 'New England Town in Winter” by Maxwell Mays; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Revolt of the Triffids” part 3 of 5 by John Wyndham; SHORT STORY = “The Passionate Plowboy's Last Furrow” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “Just an Ignorant Foreigner” by Eustace Cockrell – Table for One” by Robert Molloy - “Player Deal” by Scott Young - “The Rich Old Man” by Mary Jane Waldo; ARTICLES = “The Panama Canal is Wide Open to Attack” by Lester Velie; “Mental Hospital with a Heart – St. Elizabeths in Washington” by Sam Stavisky; “The Louisiana Lottery – The Menace of Legalized Gambling” by James Aswell; “When You're Old What Then ? - Life can Begin at 65” part 3 0f 3 conclusion by Dr. Louis I. Dublin and Herbert Yahraes; “Six Snap Happy Brothers – News Photos by a Sarno” by Charles Samuels;)

JANUARY 27 (FRONT COVER = “Cleveland from across the Cuyahoga River” by Thomas Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Dick Powell; SERIAL - “Revolt of the Triffids” part 4 of 5 by John Wyndham; SHORT STORY = “Genuine Colonial” by Joan Vatsek - “Choirboy” by Paul Annixter - “The Auction” by Dillon Anderson - “Run No More” by Brenda Weisberg - “The Professor Awakes” by Isabel Langis; ARTICLES = “Bitter Week End in Seoul – Refugees from the North” by John Denson; “We're Building a Better Hemisphere – Boosted Living Standards in Latin America” part 1 of 2 by John W. White; “Why Russia Can't be Trustewd – Here's the Record” by the Editors; “The Doll in Guys and Dolls – Vivian Blaine” by Arthur D. Morse; “Ski Doctor – Dr. George Harold Shedd of North Conway, New Hampshire” by Hal Burton;)

FEBRUARY 3 (FRONT COVER = Cypress Gardens Aqua Maids – Jean Nathey – Mary Helen McCarty – Jeanne Shope; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Virginia Mayo; SERIAL = “Revolt of the Triffids” part 6 of 6 conclusion by John Wyndham - “Letter to a Child” part 1 of 5 by Karen McKinley; SHORT STORY = “The Retired Torpedo” by Hannibal Coons - “Where Love Begins” by John Andrew Rice - “The Second Pasture” by Christine Weston - “Bill for Damages” by Mitchell Wilson; ARTICLES = “Can the Atom Bomb Beat Communism ?” by David E. Lilienthal; “Jungle Jenny – Wild Animal Importer Genenieve Cuprys' by Ben Merson; “We're Building a Bettewr Hemisphere – Miracle on the Amazon” part 2 of 2 conclusion by John W. White; “America's Greatest Cop – August Vollmer of Berkeley, California” by Albert Deutsch;)

FEBRUARY 17 (FRONT COVER = Herbert Hoover; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Letter to a Child” part 3 of 5 by Karen McKinley; SHORT STORY = “Kiss of Kandahar” by Lawrence G. Blochman - “A Room for Butch” by Willard H. Temple - “The Ivy Covered Skyscraper” by Jane McClure - “Fighting Words” by Walter Bernstein; ARTICLES = “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – My Boyhood Days” part 1 of 6 by Herbert Hoover; “Murder is My Business – Writer for Radio and Television” by Frank Phares; “One Day at Gettysburg – Lincoln's Adress” by Robert S. Harper; “The Minister, the Rabbi and Their House of God – The Village Presbyterian Church and the Village Temple share the Same Building in New York City” by Ben Merson; “Anxious Hong Kong” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie; “The Whip from Texas – Senator Lyndon Johnson” by Leslie E. Carpenter;)

FEBRUARY 24 (FRONT COVER = “Washington Crossing the Delaware” by Tom Lovell; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Patrice Munsel; SERIAL = “Letter to a Child” part 4 of 5 by Karen McKinley; SHORT STORY = “The Professionals” by William Fay - “Never let Him Down” by Gertrude Schweitzer - “The New Man” by Frederick Laing - “Portrait” by Mary-Carter Roberts; ARTICLES = “How Truman Writes those Letters” by Jonathan Daniels; “Russia Oils up in the Arctic – Reds Plans fo Fuel Planes and Ships” by Leonid Smirnov; “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – Adventure Abroad” part 2 of 6 by Herbert Hoover; “Manhattan Tower – Television Tower atop the Empire State Building”; “Fur Coats for Five Dollars – Washington Day Sale in Washington” by Lafe F. Allen;)

MARCH 3 (FRONT COVER = “Mary Redbird of the Papago Reservation in Arizona sitting in Front of a Pueblo” by Roy Mason; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Donna Reed and John Derek; SERIAL = “Letter to a Child” part 5 of 5 by Karen McKinley - “The Corpse was in the Countinghouse” part 1 of 5 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Size 3 ½ Double A” by Eleanor Adams - “Love Among the Savages” by Paul Horgan - “A Picture for the Parlor” by John D. Weaver - “Success Story” by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = “The Girls get Ready to Serve – More Joining the Services Everyday” by Michael Clarke; “New York's Tin Sheilds become an Iron Curtain – Gotham's Finest may be the Nation's Worst” by Howard Whitman; “The Story of Carbine Williams – David Marshall Williams of North Carolina” by John Kobler; “He Gave a Namr to the World's Most Horrible Crime – Ralph Lemkin Called it 'Genocide' the Mass Killing af a People” by Herbert Yahraes; “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – Engineering's Golden Age” part 3 of 6 by Herbert Hoover; “Island that Time Forgot – Tiburon Island in the Gulf of California” Photo Essay;)

MARCH 10 (FRONT COVER = A Pair of Boston Terriers; BACK COVER AD = Old Gold Cigarettes; SERIAL = “The Corpse was in the Countinghouse” part 2 of 5 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “Hero's Holiday” by Harry Sylvester - “The Sky's for Birds” by Graham Doar - “Reverse Formation” by S.W.M. Hunason - “Dynamite !” by B.M. Atkinson Jr.; ARTICLES = “Yor May be Drafted to Give Blood” by John Lear; “Embassy Girl – Nancy Cunningham in Belgrade” by Seymour Freidin; “Are the Major Leagues Strangling Baseball ?” by Francis Wallace; “They're after Pirate Gold – Treasure Hunting in Florida” by Glynn Harvey; “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – I Never Wanted to see Europe Again” part 4 of 6 by Herbert Hoover; “When and Where do we Drop the A-Bomb ?” by David E. Lilienthal; “Military Miniature's” Photo Essay;

MARCH 17 (FRONT COVER = Little girl Jeanne Maloney; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “The Corpse was in the Countinghouse” part 3 of 5 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “A Lick for Brother Ed” by William Fuller - “What Girls are For” by Frank O'Connor - “The Promised Land” by Chet Schwarzkopf - “So Long, Dear Lady” by Elliott Merrick; ARTICLES = “Ireland Today – From Great Famine to Great Future” by Cornelius Ryan; “The All America – in College Basketball”; “Hollywood's Roman Candle – Ruth Roman” by Gladwin Hill; “Hill 233” by Collier's Combat Artist Howard Brodie; “Top TV Town – Chicago Turns out Quiet Casual Little Shows “ by Bill Fay; “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – Into the White House” part 5 of 6 by Herbert Hoover;)

MARCH 24 (FRONT COVER = “Oscar Night in Hollywood” by Thomas Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Camel with John Wayne; SERIAL = “The Corpse was in the Countinghouse” part 4 of 5 by Erle Stanley Gardner; SHORT STORY = “The Long Range Viewpoint” by Willard H. Temple - “Cold Day, Cold Fear” by Eugene Burdick - “Gentlemen's Award” by Richard Stern - “The Love Story of Dr. Poloski” by Wyatt Blassingame; ARTICLES = “From Vaudeo to Video via Radio” by Jack Benny; “Don't Count on Germany to Fight” by William Attwood; “Baseball's Hottest Seat – Manager of the Boston Red Sox Steve O'Neill” by Tom Meany; “All about Joe – Joseph Mankiewicz” by Frank S. Nugent; “The Personal Memoirs of Herbert Hoover – The Life of an Ex-President” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Herbert Hoover;)

MARCH 31 (FRONT COVER = “Little Girl kneeling Bedside saying Prayers” by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL - “The Corpse was in the Countinghouse” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Erle Stanley Gardner - “Stairway to an Empty Room” part 1 of 5 by Dolores Hitchens; SHORT STORY = “The Secret of Gandergoose Park” by Laurence Kirk - “Civilized People” by Brenda Weisberg - “Woman's Work” by John D. Weaver - “The Green One” by Ruth Harnden; ARTICLES = “A Reporter in Search of God” by Howard Whitman; “Russia Can't Take Alaska” by Father Bernard R. Hubbard and Bill Davidson; “Toscanini” by Howard Taubman; “Corned Beef Confucius – Max Asnas and his Broadway Deli” by Murray Robinson; “America's Ten Weirdest Animals' Photo Essay; “Umpire Bill Klem's Own Story – I Never Missed One in my Heart” part 1of 4 by William J. Klem with William J. Slocum;)

APRIL 7 (FRONT COVER = Pair of Young Arab Women Gypsies; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Stairway to an Empty Room” part 2 of 5 by Dolores Hitchens; SHORT STORY = “The Phantom of Walnut Spring” by John Bell Clayton - “Burridge Carries On” by Rose Heylbut - “The Little Things” by Florence Jane Soman - “Two Bouquets” by Herbert Gutterson; ARTICLES = “The Huks – Foe in the Philippines” by Robert Shaplen; “Lions 'n' Tigers 'n' Clyde Beatty – Animal Trainer” by Collie Small; “Exploring Queen of Sheba Land – Flavor of Romance and Spice of Danger” part 1 of 2 by Wendell Phillips; “Gertie and the King of Siam – Gertrude Lawrence” by James Poling; “Umpire Bill Klem's Own Story – Jousting with McGraw” part 2 of 4 by William J. Klem with William J. Slocum; “The Man who Runs New England's Tax Gestapo – Henry Long” by Walter Davenport;)

APRIL 14 (FRONT COVER = Sally Burden the University of Pennsylvania Campus Queen; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Bob Hope; SERIAL = “Stairway to an Empty Room” part 3 of 5 by Dolores Hitchens; SHORT STORY = “The Day of the Rose” by Ann Chidester - “Mrs. O'Brien enters High Society” by Joe McCarthy - “Total Recall” by James Helvick - “The Goo-Goo Tree” by Elliott Chaze; ARTICLES = “What Truman Would do to Congress” by Jonathan Daniels; “Most Exciting Voice in the World – Yma Sumac of Peru” by James Poling; “Exploring Queen of Sheba Land – World Under the Sand” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Wendell Phillips; “Fish the Fast Waters – Rainbow Trout” by Raymond R. Camp; “2,000 Years of Paris” Photo Essay; “Umpire Bill Klem's Own Story – Diamond Rhubarbs” part 3 of 4 by William J. Klem with William J. Slocum;)

APRIL 21 (FRONT COVER = “April 19, 1775 Paul Revere's Historical Ride” by Walter Bomar; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Anne Jeffreys; SERIAL = “Stairway to an Empty Room” part 4 of 5 by Dolores Hitchens; SHORT STORY = “Consolation Prize” by Elizabeth Wilson - “A Matter of Choice” by Frank O'Rourke - “Portrait of a Poacher” by George Byram - “The Closet” by Kenneth Lowe; ARTICLES = “Atomic Miracle – Science Explodes an Atom in a Woman's Brain” by John Lear; “Jo Stafford – Her Songs Upset Joe Stalin” by Bill Davidson; “In Defense of our Jury System” by Federal Judge Louis E. Goodman; “The New Air War – Sabres vs. MIGs” by Charlotte Knight; “Umpire Bill Klem's Own Story – My Last Big Leahue Game” part 4 of 4 conclusion by William J. Klem and William J. Slocum;)

MAY 5 (FRONT COVER = Jeanne Bresee the University of Illinois Campus Queen; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Bob Lemon, Vic Raschi, JimKonstanty and Ed Sawyer; SERIAL = “A Shot in the Dark” part 2 of 5 by Richard Powell; SHORT STORY = “The Screen Door” by Hamlen Hunt - “White Musky” by Scott Young - “The Big Idea” by John D. Weaver - “Dandawa's Message” by Larry Finn; ARTICLES = “Secret Mr. Big of Florida – Bill Johnston” by Lester Velie; “The Singingest Family in America – Paula Meehau and Children” by Helen Worden; “Can Russia's Economy Support a War ?” by Harry Schwartz and Herbert Yahraes; “The Rockefeller Foundation Story – Battling Diseas Around the World” part 2 by William S. Dutton; “Keep the People Nice – Movie Producer Joe Pasternak” by David Chandler; “Harvey Slocum builds our Mighty Dams” by Booton Herndon;)

JUNE 9 (FRONT COVER = Patti Manley having an Icr Cream Soda; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Dan Dailey; SERIAL = “The Love Man” part 3 of 4 by John D. Weaver; SHORT STORY = “Not so Victorian” by George Oppenheimer - “The Edge of Error” by Bill Brownell - “Talk their Ears Off” by Robert Griffith - “To Fit the Picture” by Jessica Wellner; ARTICLES = “Something is Rotten in the State of Texas – George B. Parr” by Gordon Schendel; “”Accustomed as I am to Public Speaking” by Vice-President Alben W. Barkley; “How to Catch the King of Fresh Water Fish – The Atlantic Salmon” by Raymond R. Camp; “The Jaycees – Too Young to Take No for an Answer” by Bill Davidson;)

JUNE 16 (FRONT COVER = Miss Margaret Shanks of Montclair, New Jersey; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Love Man” part 4 of 4 conclusion by John D. Weaver - “Mask for Danger” part 1 of 5 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “The Man in the Four Dollar Suit” by Willard H. Temple - “Sham Battle” by Walt Sheldon - “I Hear the Step of Shawnees” by John Bell Clayton - “Crusher Shea's Social Security” by Joe McCarthy; ARTICLES = “It's a Grand Alliance – Americans and the British” by J.B. Priestly; “One Touched with Genius – Broadway's Shirley Booth” by James Poling; “He Leads the Life He Loves – Philip Plaistridge” by John W. Randolph; “Dream Golf Course – Composite of the Toughest 18 Holes” by Bill Fay;)

JUNE 23 (FRONT COVER = Marine Recruiting Poster with 12-year old Richard Beattie Jr. in Front of It; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Mask for Danger” part 2 of 5 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “Mainly about Caroline” by Ethel Edison Gordon - “Thy Will be Done” by Jack Schaefer - “Uncle Stinky” by William R. Scott - “Anniversary” by Don Stanford; ARTICLES = “Are we Losing India ?” by David E. Lilienthal; “G.B. Shaw's Letters to Gene Tunney – Lasting Frienship between Playwright and Boxer” by Gene Tunney; “Weather and You – Or why June Rhymes with Spoon” by Jacqueline Berke and Vivian Wilson; “Away Out West in the Land of Cotton – California” by Richard Donovan and Dwight Whitney; “The Y.M.C.A. - A Century of Fellowship” by Jhan and June Roberts;)

JUNE 30 (FRONT COVER = Jimmy Durante; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Mask for Danger” part 3 of 5 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “Greater Love” by James Jones - “A Fruitful Youth” by John Steuart Wilson - “One Man Show” by Jack Finney - “But not Good-by” by Francis K. Allan; ARTICLES = “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story” part 1 of 6 by Gene Fowler; “Music in the Magnus Manner – Maker of Plastin Musical Instruments” by John O'Reilly; “Why Stalin Must be Tried for Murder” by William Attwood and Seymour Freidin; “Freindly Voice in the Rockies – Radio Station KVRH in Salida, Colorado” by Paul Marcus; “Leave it to Lovett – Man in Charge of American Military Build-up” by Edward B. Lockett;)

JULY 7 (FRONT COVER = “The Liberty Bell” by Fred Freeman; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Pro Golfer Ben Hogan; SERIAL = “Mask for Danger” part 4 of 5 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “Fish on Thursday” by Joseph Petracca - “The Pinch Hitter” by Scott Young - “Winter Sun” by C. Hall Thompson; ARTICLES = “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story – A Team is Born – Clayton, Jackson and Durante” part 2 of 6 by Gene Fowler; “I Predict for Yugoslavia” by Drew Pearson; “Crime Busting is Right up Hogan's Alley – New York's District Attorney” by Lester Velie; OUR 175TH YEAR OF FREEDOM – AN AMERICAN ALBUM;)

JULY 14 (FRONT COVER = “Jean Ekman in a Cowgirl Outfit on her 8th Birthday” by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Paul Lukas; SERIAL = “Mask for Danger” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Donald Hamilton - “Point Venus” part 1 of 6 by Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “The Bermuda Shorts” by Al Hine - “Parade Day” by Walter Macken - “Sergeant Houck” by Jack Sckaefer - “Swelled Head” by Jack Finney; ARTICLES = “General Ike's Miracle Man – Brigadier General Anthony Biddle” by William Attwood and Seymour Freidin; “Wisconsin Welcomes the Wanderers – Displaced Persons” by Roger Butterfield; “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story – Sprakeasy Days” part 3 of 6 by Gene Fowler; “Our Firetrap Hospitals” by Miriam Zeller Gross; “Reel Sport – Pike, Pickerel and Musky” by Raymond R. Camp;)

JULY 21 (FRONT COVER = “Family at a Popcorn Wagon” by David Mink; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Point Venus” part 2 of 6 by Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “The Sky Goddess” by Noel Houston - “The Master's Touch” by Herbert Warren Wind - “Allie's Birthday” by Dwight Hutchison - “Sporting Blood” by B.M. Atkinson Lr.; ARTICLES = “Guerrillas – Our Hope in Red China” by Robert Shaplen; “Miller's Million – Dr. George A. Miller” by Bill Fay; “What Color X-Rays can Do” by Sey Chassler; “Hollywoods Heavy Heartthrob – Kirk Douglas” by Gladwin Hill; “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story – But can Broadway do Without Me ?” part 4 of 6 by Gene Fowler; “The Vanishing Gondolier – Venice's Ancient Canals” by Joseph Wechsberg; “Artist in the Dark – Minna Blau was Blind before 57”;)

JULY 28 (FRONT COVER = General and Mrs. Eisenhower; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Point Venus” part 3 of 6 by Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “The Richest Vein” by Verne Athanas - “Country Wedding” by Edwin Lanham - “The Courtship of Jeff Coongate” by Edmund Ware - “Escape to Left Field” by Donald Hough; ARTICLES = “The Eisenhowers at Home Abroad” by John Denson; “I Remember Rita – Rita Hayworth” by Bob Landry; “Should the G.O.P. Merge with the Dixiecrats ?” by Karl E. Mundt and Clifford P. Case; “Little Red Caboose” by Collier's Color Camera; “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story” part 5 of 6 Gene FowlerLuck Bill keeps Pitching – Bill Bevens in the Minors” by Tom Meany; “Thar's Gold in Them Thar Hillbilly Tunes – Country Music Booming” by Bill Davidson;)

AUGUST 4 (FRONT COVER = “Detroit's 250th Anniversary Parade” by Thomas Fransioli; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Rhonda Fleming; SERIAL = “Point Venus” part 4 of 6 be Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “Quit Zoomin' those Hands Through the Air” by Jack Finney - “Last Day of Camp” by Charles Carver - “The Bridge Jumper” by Don M Mankiewicz - “He Did it for the little Woman” by Willard H. Temple; ARTICLES = “Polio is Losing Its Punch” by John Lear; “Volcanic is the Word for Valerie – Ballerina Valerie Bettis” by James Poling; “Another Korea in the Making ? - India and Pakistan both want Kashmir” by David E. Lilienthal; “Schnozzola ! Jimmy Durante's Life Story – Good Night, Mrs. Calabash Wherever You Are” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Gene Fowler; “Little Publisher, Big Empire – Newspaperman Sam Newhouse” by Collie Small; “Napalm – Canned Hell”;)

AUGUST 11 (FRONT COVER = “Herbert Hoover” by Richard Deane Taylor; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Rise Stevens; SERIAL = “Point Venus” part 5 of 6 by Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “The Sitter” by Hamlen Hunt - “The Fence around Murphy” by John Savage - “Chauncey, the Headless Horseman” by B.M. Atkinson - “You Take the High Road” by James Robbins Miller; ARTICLES = “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life” part 1 of 10 by Herbert Hoover; “U.S. Army Wives – The Big SNAFU in Europe” by Ernest Leiser; “Those who Cancan” Collier's Color Camera; “A Reporter in Search of God – What Scientist Believe” by Howard Whitman; “Their Harried Host is Huskey – William DeVaughn Huskey the Guardian and Guide for Foreign Dignitaries” by Ernest Barcella; “World's Most Shot at Airline – Civil Air Transport” by John Denson and Charlotte Knight;)

AUGUST 18 (FRONT COVER = “Penny Arcade” by Stanley and Janice Berenstain; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Point Venus” part 6 of 6 conclusion by Susanne McConnaughey; SHORT STORY = “The One Who Wouldn't Dance” by Paul Horgan - “The Last Maltby” by John Andrew Rice - “Chicago Safari” by Hannibal Coons - “Dedication” by Walter Haydock; ARTICLES = “This We Learned in Korea” by Briga dier General Mike Michaelis with Bill Davidson; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Battling the Early Black Markets” part 2 of 10 by Herbert Hoover; “Unlazy Susan – Susan Hayward” by Thomas Wood; “Can Man Foresee the Future ?” by Robert Musel; “For a Big Game Fishing Thrill – Tackle a Tuna” by Raymond R. Camp; “Square Dance Carnival in Springboat Springs, Colorado” Collier's Color Camera;)

AUGUST 25 (FRONT COVER = Army Rangers at Fort Benning; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Buddy Rogers; SERIAL = “If You Don't Get Caught” part 1 of 3 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “Point of View” by John D. Weaver - “The Worrier” by Elva Williams - “Big Time” by Newlin B. Wildes - “Hanging the Hangman” by B.M. Atkinson Jr.; ARTICLES = “The Man to See in New Jersey – Longie Zwillman” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “Jackie Gleason – Gleeful Goliath” by Murray Robinson; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Food for 10,000,000” part 3 of 10 by Herbert Hoover; “America's Only Diamond Mine – Arkansas Pasture” by Booton Herndon; “Rangers – Ready to Go !” by Collier's Color Camera;)

SEPTEMBER 1 (FRONT COVER = 8-year old Wendy Mechling eating Corn on the Cob; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Jan Sterling and Rhubarb the Cat; SERIAL = “If You Don't Get Caught” part 2 of 3 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “Another Song, Another Spring” by Lesley Merrill - “The Break” by Charles Jackson - “In a Pinch” by Virginia and Edwin Gilbert - “Music Hath Charms” by Ken Kolb; ARTICLES = “Has Science Found the Spark of Life ?” by John Lear; “Little Mo Watch her Go – Maureen Connolly” Collier's Color Camera; “The AFL will Absorb the CIO When...” by Edwin A. Lahey; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Working for Woodrow Wilson” part 4 of 10 by Herbert Hoover; “The Man to See in New Jersey – From Rackets to Riches” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie; “Push Button Farming is Here” by Arthur Bartlett;)

SEPTEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = “Winston Churchill” by Richard Deane Taylor; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Robert Merrill; SHORT STORY = “Flight to the Islands” by Elizabeth Enright - “The House Where My Heart Lives” by John Clare - “Monkey Business at Mers el Kebir” by Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery - “The Braggart” by Allan Vaughan Elston; ARTICLES = “Churchill and His Fighting Young Men” by John Denson; “Helen Hayes Picks the Ten Most Memorable Stage Performances”; “Circus Every Week – On Your Television”; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Power Politics at the Peace Table” part 7 of 10 by Herbert Hoover; “Doctor Commando – General Crawford F. Sams” by Peter Kalischer; “If You Want to Hunt Pheasant – Haunt the Swale and Meadow” by Raymond R. Camp;)

SEPTEMBER 29 (FRONT COVER = Rodeo Sisters – Sharon and Shirley Lucas; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Steve Cochran; SHORT STORY = “Pledge Brother Pig” by Walt and Wanda Grove - “A Funny Thing about Treasure” by Dillon Anderson - “There is a Man in Hiding” by Charles B. Child - “Affair of Honor” by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = “Epidemic at Sea” by A.J. Cronin; “Is Hollywood Through ? - Could TV Duplicate Movies ?” by Samuel Goldwyn; “:The Mountain Boys at Yale or Frank Merriwell Never had it so Good” by Red Smith; “A Reporter in Search of God – One Week with God at a Retreat” by Howard Whitman; “New Ginger on Broadway – Ginger Rogers”: by Noel Busch; “How Mobsters Grabbed a City's Transit Line – Minneapolis-St. Paul” by Gordon Schendel; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Inside Harding's Cabinet” part 8 of 10 by Herbert Hoover;)

OCTOBER 6 (FRONT COVER = Gaily the Weimaraner; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Vivian Blaine; SHORT STORY = “Get Up and Fight Again” by Jeremy H. Griffith - “Blonde Chaser” by Virginia Lee - “Pillar of the Community” by William Fuller - “Touches of Pink” by Speed Lamkin - “There's This Girl” by John Clare; ARTICLES = “Does Psychiatry Belong in our Courtrooms ?” by Lawrence Galton; “Operation Storm ! - Plot of Sabotage and Destruction by Top U.S. Reds” by Ralph de Toledano; “America's Happiest Family Reunion – The Williams meet in Florida” by Bill Weeks; “Nebraska's Mr. Touchdown – Bobby Reynolds” by Bill Fay; “Alan Young – Beloved Bungler” by Lloyd Shearer; “The Model Life” Collier's Color Camera; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Coolidge Prosperity” part 9 of 10 by Herbert Hoover;)

OCTOBER 13 (FRONT COVER = Marlene Dietrich's Daughter Maria Riva; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “Slide Rule Romance” by Willard H. Temple - “John Dingle and the Homing Cats” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “Little Woodrow” by John Bell Clayton - “The Gift” by Margaret Baumann; ARTICLES = “Groucho is my Father” by Arthur Marx; “Last of the Dedicated old Maids – Katharine Lenroot” by Vance Johnson; “Our First War with the Russians” by Major General Edward E. MacMorland; “Top Hatters Top Hats” Collier's Color Camera; “Herbert Hoover's Memoirs of Public Life – Running Against Al Smith” part 10 of 10 conclusion by Herbert Hoover; “Adventures of a Young Doctor – The Wonderful Sleep” part 2 by A.J. Cronin;)

OCTOBER 20 (FRONT COVER = “Stalin” by Frederick Siebel; BACK COVER AD = Camel with John Wayne, Dick Powell and Joan Crawford; SHORT STORY = “Run for the Money” by James Atlee Phillips - “Pride of Seven” by Robert W. Krepps - “The Unwilling Host” by Norman Katkov - “Olivia was Afraid” by Mary Jane Waldo; ARTICLES = “He'd Rather Write than be President – White House Secretary Bill Hassett” by Ernest Barcella; “Tyrannies Must Fall – Lessons from History” by Allan Nevins; “England's Next Queen – Princess Elizabeth” by J.L. Newman; “Mixing a Manhattan Musical – Paint Your Wagon” by James Poling; “A Brookly Bedtime Story” by Sam Levenson; “Triumph Over Darkness – Attorney General William E. Powers of Rhode Island” by Andre Fontaine; “Rainbow Hair” Collier's Color Camera;)

NOVEMBER 3 (FRONT COVER = “Statue of Liberty Unveiling, October 28 1886” by Leslie Saalburg; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ezio Pinza; SERIAL = “Reclining Figure” part 1 of 5 by Marco Page; SHORT STORY = “Cinderella from Cedar Rapids” by Ben Hecht - “Quiet, Praise the Lord” by Desmond Hall; ARTICLES = “Why Ike will Run” by Leonard V. Finder; “Sudden Death for Mr. Million – Millionth Highway Death in Half a Century” by J.C. Furnas; “Adventures of a Young Doctor – Dangerous Lunatic” part 3 by A.J. Cronin; “Preacher vs. Reformer – Philadelphia Mayor Candidates Reverend Dr. Daniel A. Poling vs. Joseph S. Clark Jr.” by John Denson; “Football is My Life” part 1 of 3 by Greasy Neale with Tom Meany; “Busy River – The Wisconsin” by Paul Marcus;)

NOVEMBER 10 (FRONT COVER = “Swallows with Colorful Corn” by John Sharp; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = “Reclining Figure” part 2 of 5 by Marco Page; SHORT STORY = “Money Rider” by Calvin J. Clements - “The Moon Maiden” by Hannibal Coons - “The Cadium Plated Nail” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “Men of the Mine Sweepers – 'Where the Fleet Goes, We've Been'” by Charlotte Knight; “Will Eva Cost Peron His Throne ?” by John Lear; “Skeet and Lovely – Top Skeet Shooter Mrs. Carola Panerai Mandel” Collier's Color Camera; “The Inspiring Story of Archbishop Cushing” by Joseph F. Dinneen; “I Crashed Stalin's Party – U.S. College Student George Goodman in East Berlin” by George Goodman; “Football is My Life – Coaching from Muskingum to Yale” part 2 of 3 by Greasy Neale with Tom Meany;)

NOVEMBER 17 (FRONT COVER = Bronx Zoo's Helen Martini with Baby Gorilla Mambo; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ann Southern; SERIAL = “Reclining Figure” part 3 of 5 by Marco Page; SHORT STORY = “The Day He Got Fired” by Robert Lowry - “Collective Bargaining” by Freeman Phillips - “Mullins and the Pretty Dumb Huntress” by Nord Riley - “Take Your Medicine” by Muriel Marshall; ARTICLES = “Let's Draw the Line Now – Adressing Russian Agression” by Lt. Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer; “Phantom of the Metropolitan Opera – Otello Ceroni” by Martin Abramson; “I See Them Kiss and Cry – Korea Vets at Seattle” by Sgt. Donald Stringfellow; “Football is My Life – The Best Pros I Ever Saw” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Greasy Neale with Tom Meany; “OH, to be Naked in Bergdorf's – with a Checkbook” by Booton Herndon;)

NOVENBER 24 (FRONT COVER “Five Girls Pushing a Jalopy to a Football Game with a Guy Steering” by Barney Toibey; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = 'Reclining Figure” part 4 of 5 by Marco Page; SHORT STORY = “Sounds in the Night” by Jack Finney - “A Thin Whisper of Smoke” John Bell Clayton - “The Greatest Invention” by Lord Dunsany; ARTICLES = “Livin' is Easy in the Okefenokee Swamp” by William A. Emerson Jr. - “What You Should Know about Women – Even if You're a Women” by Dr. Judson T. Landis and Mary G. Landis; “Building That Paratroop Punch” Collier's Color Camera; “Is this the Man to Beat McCarthy ? - Governor Walter J. Kohler Jr.” by Alfred Steinberg; “Adventures of a Young Doctor – Wuddy Houseboat Tam” part 4 by A.J. Cronin; “Pentagonese – New Military Jargon” by Lt. Col. Pendleton Hogan; “Harvard Fields its Best Team (Between Halves) ) by Herbert Warren Wind; “The Ruins of Angkor” by Bill Stapleton;)

DECEMBER 1 (FRONT COVER = Governor Dewey and Statesman Yu Yu-Jen on Formosa; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Reclining Figure” part 5 of 5 conclusion by Marco Page; SHORT STORY = “High Class” by Richard Bissell - “Killer in the Pass” by Hal G. Evarts - “The French Doll” by William Fuller – No Rain, Me Hungry” by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = “Pacific Report – Free China Must be Saved Now or Never” part 1 of 3 by Thomas E. Dewey; “M-M-M-Meet J-J-J-Joe F-F-F-Frisco” by Peter Lind Hayes; “How to Make Tanks in a Hurray” by Lt. Col. Clarke Newlon; “The Hospital Orderly they call Doctor – Adolph Watzka” by Joseph F. Dinneen; “Capitol Sundial” Collier's Color Camera; “Lady in a Lab – Research Chemist Evelyn Ellenson” by Lester David; AD = Chesterfield with Ronald Reagan;)

DECEMBER 8 (FRONT COVER = Good Ship 'Lethargia” with Crew; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SHORT STORY = “A Part of Town” by John Bell Clayton - “The Man who led a Dog's Life” by Nancy Shores - “It Had to Break” by Pamela Frankau - “The Ugly Maiden” by Larry Finn - “Invisible Killer” by Brune Skoggard; ARTICLES = “Raft of Fun – Pennsylvania to Louisiana in the Huck Finn way for Two Couples” by Bill Davidson; “Collier's Regional All Star Teams – Selected by the American Football Coaches Association”; “Ma and Pa Kettle – Hollywood Goldmine” by Liza Wilson and David McClure; “School for Survival” Collier's Color Camera; “Pacific Report – Can Japan Stay on Our Side ?” part 2 of 3 by Thomas E. Dewey; “Speaking of Unmentionables – History of Underclothes” by C. Willett Cunnington and Phillis Cunnington;)

DECEMBER 15 (FRONT COVER = Stanford's Bill McColland Coeds; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Santa Claus; SHORT STORY = “Open Sesame” by Ray Harris - “The Green Headed Hoot Nanny” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “First Passion” by Paul Horgan - “Farewell Symphony” by Paul Horgan - “Reverend Jerichy” by Elizabeth Starr Hill; ARTICLES = “The 62nd Annual All America – Selected by the American Football Coaches Association”; “The Men Who Put the Heart in Heartbreak Ridge – Korea” by Stan Carter; “Pacific Rep[ort – The War for the Rice Bowl” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Thomas E. Dewey; “Raft of Fun – Down the River, Down to New Orleans” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Bill Davidson; “Mr. Roberts is a Banker Now – Henry Fonda in a Broadway Play Based on J.P. Marquand's 'Point of No Return'”by James Poling;)

DECEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = “Village Green at Woodstock, New York” by John Pike; BACK COVER AD = Coke with Santa Claus; SHORT STORY = “More Stately Mansions” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - “Owner Must Sacrifice” by Mary Jane Waldo - “That Long First Look” by Mitchell Wilson – Star Witness” by Charles Carver; ARTICLES = “Cleopatra and Friends – Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier coming to Broadway” by J.L. Newman; “Journey to 4,000 B.C.” part 1 of 3 by Walter A. Fairservis Jr. with Bill Davidson; “The Flood Lands Fight Back – Missouri and Kansas Rivers Billion Dollar Rampage” by John Denson; “Santa's Showcases” Collier's Color Camera; “Helicopters Cop the Collier Trophy” by Willard B. Crosby and Todd Wright; TEN CHRISTMAS FAVORITES SPECIAL SECTION;)

DECEMBER 29 (FRONT COVER = “Princess Margaret and Margaret Truman” by Richard Deane Taylor; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Henry Fonda; SHORT STORY = “Christmas Doll” by B.J. Chute - “a Quilt for Claudie” by Dillon Anderson - “The Twisted Hand” by Lester Atwell – “Listen to Me, Michael” by Joan Adams - “The Soul of Joe Forsythe” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “King in Shag” by Robert W. Krepps; ARTICLES = “The Two Margarets I Know – England's Princess and the President's Daughter” by Elsa Maxwell; “Adventure's of a Young Doctor – A Cool Customer” part 5 by A.J. Cronin; “Our Fightingest Allies – Greeks and Turks stand between Russia and the Middle East Oilfields” by Seymour Freidin snf William Attwood; “Tops in Transportation – The Port of New York Authority” by George Frazier; “Journey to 4,000 B.C. - Christmas in Kabul” part 2 of 3 by Walter A. Fairservis Jr. with Bill Davidson; “How to Stop Those Basketball Scandals” by Yale Coach Howard Hobson; “Baltimore's Favorite Son – Thomas D'Alesandro” by Todd Wright; “”American Sketchbook – Hootin' Owl Holler” by Howard Brodie;)

1952

JANUARY 5 (FRONT COVER = West Point Cadet – James J. Waldeck Jr.; BACK COVER SD = Chesterfield with William Lundigan; SHORT STORY = “Stopover in Reno” by Jack Finney - “Animal Husbandry” by Robert Carson - “The Winner” by John Randolph Phillips - “Wizard of the Court” by William Heuman - “:The Waiting Room” by Edward Harris Heth - “Men are Maddening” by E.C. Keiffer; ARTICLES = “Last of America's Tooth-Plumbers – Painless Parker” part 1 of 3 by Richard Donovan and Dwight Whitney; “The 12 Who'll Rule our '52 Conventions – Presidential Nominee Power Structure” by Robert Bendiner; “Plebe at the Point – James J. Waldeck Jr.” cover Story by Sey Chassler; “Eve Arden – Teacher's Pet” by Thomas Carlile; “Rough on the Curves – Women's Roller Derby” Collier's Color Camera; “Our Friendliest Diplomat – Christian Ravndal our Minister to Hungary” by John Lear; “Planer Parenthood – TV Spacemen and the Younger Generation” by Murray Robinson; “Journey to 4,000 B.C. - Exploring the Desert of Death” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Walter A. Fairservis Jr. with Bill Davidson;)

JANUARY 12 (FRONT COVER = Quartet of Five-year old Dancers on Hawaiin Diamondhead Beach; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “Maxwell's Island” by Charles Mercer - “Come Back to Sorrento” by Joseph Petracca - “The Ruptered Duck” by Walt Grove - “The Victory” by James Robbins Miller - “Cooter James” by Jack Schaefer - “A Footnote to Sabotage” by John Savage; ARTICLES = “Russia's 'Eisenhower' is Preparing Too – Marshall Zhukov” by Hanson W. Baldwin; “The St. Louis Browns Stop Singin' the Blues” by Tom Meany; “Last of America's Tooth-Plumbers – Painless Parker Buys a Circus” part 2 of 3 by Richard Donovan and Dwight Whitney; “Nobody can Keep Up with this Jones – W. Alton Jones” by Ben Merson; “Fastest Woman in the World – Jet Pilot Jacqueline Auriol” by Helen Markel Herrmann; “Hula Kids” Collier's Color Camera;)

JANUARY 19 (FRONT COVER = Cartoonist George McManus; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SHORT STORY = “Spark of Life” by Erich Maria Remarque - “Any Reasonable Offer” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - “Otis Pulver's Hidden Power” by Lawrence Williams - “Capricorn Inn” by Don Tracy - “The Wicked Daughter” by Bentz Plagemann; ARTICLES = “Jiggs and I” part I of 3 by George McManus; “The Fertility of Hunger” by Josue de Castro; “Will Warren Pivot to the Presidency ? - Governor Earl Warren of California” by James C. Derieux; He Calls the Hit Tune – Mitch Miller” by Gilbert Millstein; “Mediterranean Rescue” by Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery; “Last of America's Tooth Plumbers – I got a Toothache Mister” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Richard Donovan and Dwight Whitney;)

JANUARY 26 (FRONT COVER = “Four Deer Running in a Forest” by Bob Kuhn; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Maureen O'Hara; SERIAL = “The Curve and the Tusk” part 1 of 2 by Stuart Cloete; SHORT STORY = “Miss Jeremy and the Bran Sergin” by Oliver Weld Bayer - “Not Captain Material” by Robert Dexter Neff - “I'll Never get Married Again” by William H. Temple - “The Empty Shrine” by Judith Carr; ARTICLES = “I'm Not Afraid of the A-Bomb” by Captain Richard P. Taffe; “The Best of Will Rogers Political Wisecracks”; “Dark Angel of Anatahan – Japanese Soldiers Finally Believe the War is Over and Surrender” by Peter and Gloria Kalischer; “Jiggs and I – Take Corned Beef and Cabbage” part 2 of 3 by George McManus; “Amanda of Mental Therapy” by Bob Elloiott and Ray Goulding; “Seattle's Friendly Market” Collier's Color Camera;)

FEBRUARY 2 (FRONT COVER = “Bundled Up Couple with a Child Awaiting Oil Truck after Blizzard” by Alan Dunn; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Barbara Hale; SERIAL = “The Curve and the Tusk” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Stuart Cloete; SHORT STORY = “The Pickering Pickle” by Hannibal Coons - “The Good Trip” by Allen Marple and Leo Katcher - “Benjamin” by Faith Prior - “Obituary” by C.J. Durban and Jack Finney; ARTICLES = “Back to Queen of Sheba Land” by Wendell Phillips; “This I Saw in Korea” by Anna Rosenberg, Assistant Defense Secretary; “Let's go Sailfishing !” by Raymond R. Camp; “Jiggs and I – But Jiggs and Maggie are in Love” part 3 of 3 conclusion by George McManus; “You Know He's a Senator – North Carolina's Clyde Hoey” by James and Ann C. Free;)

FEBRUARY 9 (FRONT COVER = Lynda Munroe of Palm Beach, Florida with a Sea Shell to her Ear; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “Kittura Remsberg” by Jack Schaefer - “King Charles, Master Diver” by William Lindsay Gresham - “You Make Them out of People” by Molly Day Teacher - “There Comes a Time” by Eunice Lee Caesar - “Miracle at Sugar Creek” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “Lightning” by William Cunningham; ARTICLES = “The Riddle of Mrs. Truman” by Helen worden Erskine; “Sea Shell Island – Sanibel off the Florida Coast”; “Big Boss of the Big Port – New York City's William J. McCormack” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “Hollywood's Exclusive Comedians Club” by Arthur Marx; “Democracy's Best Salesmen in Germany – U.S. Resident Officers” by Robert Shaplen; “American Sketchbook – Chuck Wagon” by Howard Brodie;)

FEBRUARY 16 (FRONT COVER = Abraham Lincoln Bust in Newark, New Jersey with 11-year old Jane Fletcher and 10-year old Blanche Lawrence; BACK COVER AD = “Coke; SHORT STORY = “Treasures in the Attic” by Ann Chidester - “Boyhood Pal” by J.C. Furnas - “Westbound” by Michael Foster - “The Hand that Touched Lincoln” by Irwin Stark - “Gleason's Claendar” by Mary Elizabeth Couselman; ARTICLES = “50 Little Kinown Facts about the Atom” by Dr. Ralph E. Lapp; “Mitzi's a Merry Madcap – Mitzi Gaynor” by Ezra Goodman; “Big Boss of the Big Port – New York City's William J. McCormack – A Waterfront Preist Battles” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie; “Broadway After Dark” Collier's Color Camera; “MIGs are Down his Alley – Top Jet Ace in Korea Major George A Davis Jr.” by Walt Sheldon;)

FEBRUARY 23 (FRONT COVER = “Federated Church at Croton Falls, New York” by Charles Kinghan; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Eva Gabor; SHORT STORY = “You Can't Please Everyone” by Hamlen Hunt - “Half-pint Hercules” by William Lindsay Gresham - “The Greatest Gift” by Frank Pakit - “The Broken Seal” by Allan Vaughan Elston – “O'Doul takes a Sitter” by Nord Riley - “Peewee's my Buddy” by George P. Morrill; ARTICLES = “They're Sticking Stalin with a Pitchfork – Soviet Exiles Hoping for a New Russian Revolution” by Robert Shaplen; “The Favorite Bible Passages of 25 Famous Americans”; “Happy Under Two Flags – Three Villages, Vermont or Quebec” by Joseph P. Blank; “I 'Married' Somebogy Else's Husband” by Imogene Coca; “Chinchilla – Silver Hair turns into Gold” by Elizabeth Coulson; “Thurgood Marshall and the 14th Amendment” by James Poling;)

MARCH 1 (FRONT COVER = “Mardi Gras in New Orleans” by Chen-Chi; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfields with Dale Robertson and Stewardess Audrey Jones; SHORT STORY = “Hear the Wind Blow” by John D. Weaver - “The Brass Lullaby” by James Atlee Phillips - “Turret 22” by Charles Carver - “Veronica was Beautiful” by Barbara Corrigan; ARTICLES = “This is Garbo – Mysterious Greta Garbo” by Nathaniel Benchley; “What Ike Believes” by Allan Taylor; “Longest Toughest Truck Haul – Albert Herda's Duluth, Minnesota to Fairbanks, Alaska” by Leonard A. Stevens; “Tom Meany's 1952 Baseball Preview”; “Adventures of a Young Doctor – Thirty-eight Coffins” part 6 by A.J. Cronin; “American Sketchbook – One Room School” by Howard Brodie;)

MARCH 8 (FRONT COVER = New York Giants Leo Durocher with wife Laraine Day and children Chris and Michele; BACK COVER AD = Admiral Television; SHORT STORY = “A Taste for Lobster” by Arnold B. Horwitt - “Special Assembly” by George Sumner Albee - “Moses and Mr. Aiken” by Edward Thompson - “The Impatient Bridegroom” by Mitchell Wilson - “Pursuit” by Verne Athanas; ARTICLES = “Ridgway will he Succeed Ike ?” by Collier's Staff Members; “Pogo's Papa – Walt Kelly” by Murray Robinson; “Laraine taught Leo – Nice Guys Finish First” by Collie Small; “What you Don't Know about our Presidents” by George Stimpson; “Talented Hunter – Stage and Screen actress Kim Hunter” by Dee Lowrance Katcher;)

MARCH 15 (FRONT COVER = California Teenagers – Patricia Doll, Jean Durhan and Richard Haggard; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “My Brother's Widow” part 1 of 5 by John D. MacDonald; SHORT STORY = “In the Spring” by John Fante - “No Tax on Love” by Willard H. Temple - “Call it Even” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “Our Teenagers – How Good are Their Morals ?” by Dr. Judson T. and Mary Landis; “ 'Mr. X' goes to Moscow – Ambassador George F. Kennan” by Louis Cassels; “The All America in College Basketball” Selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches; “His Face is his Fortune – Character Actor Harry Wilson” by Fritz Goodwin; “The Generals call me Mom” by Rosemary E. Wright; “Girl Scouts are Good Scouts” Collier's Color Camera;)

MARCH 29 (FRONT COVER = Martha Boss – Glamorous Model; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “My Brother's Widow” part 3 of 5 by John D. MacDonald; SHORT STORY = “Last Time Around” by Frank O'rouke - “The Town that Remembered” by William R. Scott - “The Kremlin Walls” by W.L. Heath - “Someone Gay and Gallant” by Joan Aucourt; ARTICLES = “Stopover in Tokyo” by Bill Mauldin; “I am a Supermarket Detective” as told to Bill Fay; “Operation Bootstrap – Industrialization Program in Puerto Rico” by Howard Cohen; “Helter Skelton – Red Skelton” Collier's Color Camera; “She Spells Opportunity with Three R's – Miss Wil Lou Gray” by William A. Emerson Jr.; “Everybody calls him Cedric” by Mrs. Cedric Adams;)

APRIL 5 (FRONT COVER = American G.I.'s Working on an Antiaircraft Missle; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “My Brother's Widow” part 4 of 5 by John D MacDonald: SHORT STORY = “Think it Through, De Lucie” by Margaret Chase - “The Old Goat” by Allan Seager - “The Runaway” by Mark Hager - “Midnight Patrol” by Hal G. Evarts; ARTICLES = “Our Wonder Weapons – Radar Guided Rocket Missles” by Bill Davidson; “Comedians Comedian – Art Carney” Collier's Color Camera; “Barbarians in our Midst – How to Drive Hoodlums from Politics” by Virgil W. Peterson; “Cattle Rush Down South – Agriculteral Revolution in Dixie” by William A. Emerson Jr.; “The Kefauvers at Home” Picture Essay;)

APRIL 12 (FRONT COVER = Six Young Choir Members of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York City; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Lucille Norman; SERIAL = “My Brother's Widow” part 5 of 5 conclusion by John D. MacDonald; SHORT STORY = “A Spring Motif” by Frances Gray Patton - “Old Folks” by William Brandon - “The Bargain Ox” by John Patrick Gillese - “A Star for Jamie” by Faith McNulty; ARTICLES = “What I Believe” by Senator Robert A. Taft; “America's Happy Hospitol – California's City of Hope” by Joseph Stocker; “Uf Front in Korea” by Bill Mauldin; “County Judge – Joe Davis of Muncie, Indiana” by Charles W. White; “The Cereal Story” by Robert Froman;)

APRIL 19 (FRONT COVER = Twin Brother Jet Pilots Charles C. and Cuthbert A. Pattillo of the Air Forces Skyblazers; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Dick Hymes; SHORT STORY = “The Girl who Hated Brooklyn” by Patricia Gilmore - “The Extraordinary WAC” by Hannibal Coons - “Winners and Losers” by Paul Horgan - “Grandfather Jensen's Gift to the Bride” by P. Colt - “Death Danced in Baghdad” by Charles B. Child; ARTICLES = “My White House Years” part 1 of 8 by Herbert Hoover; “Rugged Romeo – Aldo Ray” by Robert Cahn; “Up Front in Korea – Chogies and Chow” by Bill Mauldin; “Belles on Their Toes – Philadelphia Turners” Collier's Color Camera; “Mr. Dixie – Radio Disc Jockey Grady Cole of Charlotte, North Carolina” by William A. Emerson Jr.; “Skyblazers – Five Daredevil U.S. Jet Pilots” by Seymour Freidin and Bill Richardson; “Democrats Darkhorse – Governor Adlai Stevenson of Illinois” by Howard Cohn;”Joe DiMaggio as I knew Him” by Tom Meany;)

APRIL 26 (FRONT COVER = Pier Angeli; BACK COVER AD = Black's Readers Service Company; SHORT STORY = “A Student of Women” by Fred Dickenson - “Cragar's Girl” by Tom W. Blackburn - “The Pink Umbrella” by William Holder - “Nomad of the Dusk” by Robert W. Krepps; ARTICLES = “Byrnes Answers Trum” by James F. Barnes; “Honkytonk U.S.A. - Low Dives” by William A. Slocum; “”Trout's World – Life from a Trout's View” by Professor William W. Michael and John Florea; “My Whgite House Years – Peace and Progress” part 2 of 8 by Herbert Hoover; “Truly a Trouper – Donald O'Connor” by Richard G. Hubler; “Up Front in Korea – Hostiles Ahead” by Bill Mauldin; “Hollywood Natural – Pier Angeli” by Theodore Strauss;)

MAY 3 (FRONT COVER = Sunnyside, Long Island baby Phillip Meltzer; BACK COVER AD = Camels with Baseball Stars – Ed Lopat – Early Wynn – Allie Reynolds – Preacher Roe; SHORT STORY = “Two of Us Together” by Newlin B. Wildes - “A Man of Peace” by Lawrence Williams - “Shape of Things to Come” by Lee Rogow - “The Dusty Drawer” by Harry Muheim; ARTICLES = “Babies are Big Business” by Bill Davidson; “My White House Years – The Great Depression” part 3 of 8 by Herbert Hoover; “The New Goldwyn Girl – Renee Jeanmaire” Collier's Color Camera; “Dinner in the Orange Room – Nedick's chain of Food Stands” by Murray Robinson; “Jet Genius – Ed Heinemann of Douglas Aviation” by Victor Boesen; “The American Who knows Stalin Best – W. Averell Harriman” by Ernest Barcella;)

JUNE 7 (FRONT COVER = Will Rogers Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 1 of 7 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The Reluctant inventor” by Scott Young - “Women and Love” by Ann Chidester - “Two Can Play” by Steve April - “Professional Courtesy” by A.R.M. Goodfield; ARTICLES = “Modern Chapel for Wayfarers by Lloyd Wright” Collier's Color Camera; “Will Rogers Jr. - Double for Dad” by Thomas Wood; “Up Front in Korea – This is the Navy and This is War” by Bill Mauldin; “Big Business for a Big Country – The New Competition” part 2 by David E. Lilienthal; “Teach Your Wife to be a Widow” by Donald I. Rogers; “Our Tiniest Ally – Luxembourg” by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson; “Marciano – Rock-A-Bye Rocky” Photo Essay; “My White House Years – Enter Roosevelt” part 8 of 8 conclusion by Herbert Hoover;)

JUNE 14 (FRONT COVER = Rainy Day in the Attic with Gwen Kessler and Guy Porter; BACK COVER AD = Camel and Prince Albert for Father's Day; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 2 of 7 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The Tender Fire” by Elizabeth Ellen Glancy - “Reflex Curve” by Charles Einstein - “Letter from Seoul” by Harry Middleton; ARTICLES = “On Guard at the Pole – New Bases in Greenland” part 1 of 3 by Bill Davidson; “Golf's New Hot Shot – Jack Burke Jr.” by Tom Meany; “Big Business for a Big Country – The Kind of Nation We Want” by David E. Lilienthal; “Sad and Successful – Danny Thomas” by Richard Donovan; “British Chorines Capture Paree...But – Paris Nightclubs” Photo Essay; “Rainy Day in the Attic” Collier's Color Camera;)

JUNE 21 (FRONT COVER = Jackie Jensen's All America Family; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 3 of 7 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “Mess with the Marshall” by William Fuller - “Dear Miss Lovelorn” by Fred Dichenson - “Winning Recipe” by Mildred Clingerman; ARTICLES = “A is for Atom – Indian Springs Public School in Nevada, 25-miles from Atomic Test Site” by Robert Cahn - “How True are Those Old Wives Tales about Pregnancy ?” by Dr. Alan F. Guttmacher with Mary Scott Welch; “The United States of Europe – A Hope for Peace” by Beardsley Ruml; “All America Family – Cover Story” Photo Essay; “On Guard at the Pole – Our Sub Zero Heroes” part 2 of 3 by Bill Davidson; “Big Business for a Big Country – The Hazards of Bigness” by David E. Lilienthal; “I'm Married to the Great Stone Face” by Mrs. Ed Sullivan;)

JUNE 28 (FRONT COVER = Arlene Dahl; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 4 of 7 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury - “It's a Woman's World” by Henry Frank - “McGrannity's Play” by Charles Einstein - “The Other One” by Hamlen Hunt; ARTICLES = “Inside Peron's Secret Torture Chambers” part 1 of 2 by Dr. Alberto Caride; “Big Business for a Big Country – Toward a New Policy of Bigness” by David E. Lilienthal; “On Guard at the Pole – Arctic outpost Alert at Alert” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Bill Davidson; “Slash Rash Cash Smash ?” Photo Essay;)

JULY 12 (FRONT COVER = “Herd of Thundering Elephants headed to the Republican National Convention” by Jack Lambert; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Linda Darnell; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 6 of 7 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The Sons of Cyrus Trask” by John Steinbeck - “A Confession. A Cat, and a Canary” by Joseph Petracca - “Wolf'e Clothing” by Allen Marple - “Vendetta” by James Atlee Phillips; ARTICLES = “How I Broke the Michigan Prison Riot” by Dr. Vernon Fox with Bill Fay; “Stanwuck – Barbara Stanwyck” by Frank S. Nugent; “Conventions – Party Time for Politicians” by Robert Trout; “Lopez and the Indian Signs – Cleveland Indians manager Al Lopez and his Signals” by Tom Meany; “Stalin's Hungarian Hatchet Man – Matyas Rakosi” by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson; “A Dance is Born – Marge and Gower Champion in the Musical 'Everything I Have is Yours' “ Photo Essay; “Painting the Town – San Francisco” by Chen-Chi;)

JULY 19 (FRONT COVER = Charlotte Payne in a Sequin Bathing Suit; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Saddle by Starlight” part 7 of 7 conclusion by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “For men Only” by Willard H. Temple - “Hot-Rock Pilot” by Robert Dexter Neff - “Elodia” by Mary Cooper - “The Quarter Pound Loss” by Hazel Heckman; ARTICLES = “Most Important Room in America – Air Force Command Post deep Underneath the Pentagon” by Clarke Newlon; “Why I'm for Kefauver” by Senator Paul Douglas; “The U.S. Male – Is he First Class ?” by Dr. Judson T. and Mary G. Landis; “How to Tie a Beau – Silly Summer Fashions” Collier's Color Camera; “10 Biggest Olympic Thrills” by Dean Cromwell with H. Archie Richardson; “Film Fun comes in Cannes – Cannes Film Festival” Photo Essay;)

JULY 26 (FRONT COVER = “Herd of Thundering Donkeys headed to the Democratic National Convention” by Jack Lambert; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “Sorry Spectacle” by Hannibal Coons - “The Package” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - “William at the Bridge” by Forrest Archer - “City Woman” by Bill Brownell - “The Lost Million” by Glenn F. Powers - “Love Set” by James Atlee Phillips; ARTICLES = “Summer Storm” Collier's Color Camera; “The Moslem Cresent – Middle East and Noth Africa Oil Vital to the West and Stalin Knows It” by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson; “Narcotics Ruined Me” by Lila Leeds with Bill Fay; “Guinness the Man of Many Faces – Alec Guinness” by Joseph Newman; “Where Wind Power Works for Air Power – Wind Tunnel at Langley”; “Gal in the G.I. Kitchen – Helen Cacheris” by Jean Drew;)

AUGUST 2 (FRONT COVER = 8-year old Joi Gee Holmquist and her 5-year old sidter Ingrid aloft in Rigging; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SHORT STORY = “Something Lost” by Jack Schaefer - “Witness of Happiness” by Hamlen Hunt - “A Caboose Named Martin” by Charles Einstein - “There Is a Tale” by Jack Finney - “ The Spartan Life” by Willard H. Temple - “The Big Hunger” by John Fante; ARTICLES = “Ever see a Red Elephant ? - Tsavo National Park in Africa” Collier's Color Camera; “Air Crash Detective at Work” by Richard Witkin; “Montana's Favorite Redhead – Sheep and Cattle rancher Susan Haughian” by Huntington Smith; “Ambitious Mothers – Hollywood Headache” by Arthur Marx; “He Changes the Face of the Earth – Harry W. Morrison of Dam Builderr's Morrison-Knudsen Company” by Robert de Roos; “Insurance Companies – What do They do with All that Money ?' by Ben Merson; “Their Playground is Aloft – Cover Story” Photo Essay; “Trieste – City without a Country” by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson;)

AUGUST 9 (FRONT COVER = Doris Day with Dyed Poodles; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Robert Young; SHORT STORY = “Who's the Blonde ?” by John D. MacDonald - “Late Honeymoon” by Harrison Kinney - “Decisions, Decisions !” by Elmer Roessner - “Thief of Time” by Margery Sharp - “Surrender” by Mary Verdich; ARTICLES = “All Eyes on Doris Day” Photo Essay; “When an A-Bomb Misfires – Dr. John C. Clark's Job to Personally Disarm It” by Robert Cahn; “All These People Help Cincinnati Play Ball” Collier's Color Camera; “You Can Tell How Tall Your Child Will Grow” by Andrew Hamilton; “Canada Today – Americans Need to Learn More About the Country” by John Lear;)

AUGUST 16 (FRONT COVER = Frank Tuma at Montauk Point, Long Island – Surf Fishing; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Pigs Have Wings” part 1 of 6 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “Virginia” by Gordon Forbes - “The Unbeliever” by Dorothy M. Johnson - “Inside Call” by Donald MacKenzie - “Debt of Honor” by John Savage - “A Place for a Beginning” by Valeria Winkler Griffith; ARTICLES = “Week End with Major Ike – Eisenhower's Son and his Family” Collier's Color Camera; “Antivivisectionists – Are They Finished ?” by Bill Davidson; “Surf Fishing – Cover Story” by Raymond R. Camp; “Beanie Takes a Look at the World” by Elizabeth Bean; “My Battle inside the Korea Truce Tent” part 1 by Vice Admiral Charles Turner Joy;)

AUGUST 23 (FRONT COVER = Patti Page; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Pigs Have Wings” part 2 of 6 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “Woman's Man” by Francis Ensign Greene - “The Hardhearted Kid” by Margaret Chase - “The Boy Who Wasn't Chicken” by William R. Scott - “Bianco” by Giovanni Guareschi - “A Fathom of Pearls” by F.H. Young and James Atlee Phillips; ARTICLES = “Some Pops Stay Tops – Jane Froman – Peggy Lee – Patti Page – Lisa kirk – Dinah Shore – Vivienne Segal” Collier's Color Camera; “Duel Without Pistols – Steinbeck vs. the Communists” by John Steinbeck; “Safer Highways the Massachusetts Way” by Joseph P. Dinneen; “Around the World on $80” by Robert Christopher; “My Battle inside the Korea Truce Tent – A Deadly Game of Tit-for-Tat” part 2 by Vice Admiral Charles Turner Joy; “The Rams Run on Crazy Legs – Elroy Hirsch” by Bill Fay;)

SEPTEMBER 6 (FRONT COVER = Zsa Zsa Gabor; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Patrice Munsel; SERIAL = “Pigs Have Wings” part 4 of 6 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “The Windfall” by John D. Weaver - “Blood Money” by Owen Cameron - “Ninety Saddles for Kengtu” by Edmund G. Love - “First or Nothing” by Carl D. Halbak; ARTICLES = “Lions Club Luncheon (Kenya Style)” Collier's Color Camera; “The Koje SNAFU” by Peter Kalischer; “What You don't know About your Eyes” by Carle Hodge; “14,000 Uses and 2 cents a Pound – Salt” by Robert Froman; “Gabbing with the Gabors” Photo Essay; “Baseball's Biggest Bargain – Brooklyn Dodgers” by Tom Meany; “History Hinges on These Two Rivers – The Yalu and the Rhine” ; “Ike is My Boy” by Sergeant Marty Maher;)

SEPTEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = “Ladies Day at a Baseball Game” by Stanley Ekman; BACK COVER AD = “Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Pigs Have Wings” part 5 of 6 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “Bodacious Blonde” by Robert Dexter Neff - “Elimination Race” by John D. MacDonald - “A Gift for Teresa” by Clara L. Parks - “Tobe” by William Kingsfield; ARTICLES = “Date with the Cubs – Cover Story” collier's Color Camera; “Why the Draft Makes Our Young Men Angry” by Howard Whitman; “He Likes to Give Money Away – A.N. Spanel; “The Voice of 'Hate America' – East Germany's Gerhart Eisler” by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson; “A Mink's Eye View of Hollywood” by Arthur Marx; “It's Hard Ridin' Two Gun Football Pardner – Pro Football's Dallas Texans” by Bill Fay;)

SEPTEMBER 20 (FRONT COVER = Nina Foch; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Richard Carlson; SERIAL = “Pigs Have Wings” part 6 of 6 conclusion by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “To the Victor” by Elizabeth Enright - “Shopping Night” by Ware Torrey Budlong - “Man of the Cocktail Hour” by Jack Finney - “Calendar Girl” by Lawrence G. Blochman; ARTICLES = “One Way to Act – Cover Story” Collier's Color Camera; “Madame Butterfly's Children – The Plight of G.I. Babies in Japan” by Peter Kalischer; “Mrs. North Pole – Alice Crowell”; “How Much Does Your Vote Cost ? - Ceilings on Political Spendings” by Robert Bediner; “Hollywood's Favorite Ladd – Alan Ladd” by Robert de Roos; “He Lives by His Own Lights – Harry Moss” by Ben Merson; “Pigskiin Patriarch – Susquehanna coach Amos Alonzo Stagg”;)

SEPTEMBER 27 (FRONT COVER = Women's College Hats in School Colors; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; Death in the Fourth Dimension” by Charles B. Child - “The Deer Hunter” by Dorothy M. Johnson - “Save Something for Tomorrow” by D.S. Halacy Jr. - “Born to Pick Cotton” by Dillon Anderson; ARTICLES = “Leatherneck Stevenson” Collier's Color Camera; “The Republican South” by Samuel Grafton; “Science May Give You a Second Heart” by John Lear; “King of the Football Forest – Biggie Munn coach of Michigan State” by Bill Fay; “Angelic Annie – Ann Blyth” by Richard D. Hubler; “Baseball's Answer to TV – New Covered Stadiums” by Tom Meany; “The Walls of Rome” Photo Essay; “There's Nothing Funny About Money” by Allen Funt;)

OCTOBER 4 (FRONT COVER = Alice Wallace with Mike Garrett measuring Hem Line; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Dorothy Kirsten; SHORT STORY = “Bigmouth Number Thirteen” by William R. Scott - “Hot Pepper” by Hazel Beckman - “The Way You Remember” by Hamlen Hunt - “A Tough Game to Beat” by William Holder - “The Draw at Arroyo Blanco” by Harry Sylvester: ARTICLES = “A New Bible for the 20th Century” by Herbert Yahraes; “Sea Power's Sunday Punch – Tomorrow's Atom Powered Carriers” by John F. Floberg; “Progress Report on the War Against Cancer” by Ben Merson; “Football Funnies” by Furman Bisher and Edwin Pope; “Call me Mamie – Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower” by Helen Worden Erskins; “How to Fly na Saucer – War of the Worlds” Collier's Color Camera; “Looks Easy on Sunday – San Diego Zoo Director Belle Benchley” by Elizabeth Coulson; “America Stops for the Coffee Hour” by Andrew Tully; “What Justice in a Damage Suit ?” by Bill Fay;)

OCTOBER 11 (FRONT COVER = “3 ½ year old Lee Burke in Cowbot Outfit Stealing Cookies” by Lee Burke; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SHORT STORY = “The Kidnaping” by William Fuller - “Love Me, Love My Cat” by Richard Stern - “Double Solitaire” by John Clare - “Halfback Hoodoo” by Willard H. Temple - “I Own this Dream” by John F. Wallace; ARTICLES = “Medical Atoms for Cancer – Tom Gilmore took the Atomic Cure” by John Lear; “Does Your City Suffer from Suburbanitis ?” by Thomas H. and Doris D. Reed with Murray Teigh Bloom; “Our Gilbralter in the Pacific – Okinawa” by Peter Kalischer; “The Gold Smuggling Racket” by Martin Abramson; “Smoke Eaters on the Railroad” Collier's Color Camer; “Shirley Temple's Favorite Role – Mother” Photo Essay;)

OCTOBER 18 (FRONT COVER = “Lunar Rocket Ship” by Chelsey Bonestall; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SHORT STORY = “The Merry Microwave” by Hannibal Coons - “The Pushover” by Matt Bryant - “Diagnosis Completed” by F.M. Barrett and Jack Finney - “Please Wait for Me” by Michael Foster - “Their Money's Worth” by Robert Molloy; ARTICLES = “What Those I Counsel don't Know about Sex” by Margaret Blair Johnstone; “Fair Today, December Cloudy – Weather Forecasting in the Future” by A.W. Martinez; “The Master and Master Leahy” Collier's Color Camer; “Funny Women -Good Year for Lady Comics – Lucille Ball – Alice Ghostley – Virginia de Luck – Martha Raye – Beatrice Lilly – Jean and Betty Kean; “Cartoonists Play Hamlet” Photo Essay; “Man on the Moon – The Journey” by Dr. Wernher von Braun - “Inside the Moon Ship” by Willy Ley;)

OCTOBER 25 (FRONT COVER = “Hunter in Dingy Smiling as a Pair of Ducks and Three Babies Swim Past” by Howard Forsberg; BACK COVER AD = Arvin Televisions; SERIAL = “The Silver Whip” part 1 of 2 by Jack Shaefer; SHORT STORY = “Poor Little Rich Town” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - The Genuine Article” by John Andrew Rice - “Peter Rabbit” by Paul Ernst - “Johnny Cinderella” by Joseph Petraaca; ARTICLES = “I Couldn't Make the Varsity Today” by Red Grange with Bill Fay; “Three Girls in a Tub” Collier's Color Camera; “Elect Eisenhower” by Thomas R. Dewey; “Elect Stevenson” by A.S. Mike Monroney; “Man on the Moon – The Exploration” by Dr. Fred L. Whipple and Dr. Werhner von Braun; “Inside the Lunar Base” by Willy Ley; “Don't Laugh at the Navajo Medicine Man” by Carle Hodge; “The Marines Remarkable Foreign Legion – First Marines Recon Company in Korea” by Peter Kalischer;)

NOVEMBER 1 (FRONT COVER = Mary Hartig; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Ruth Hussey; SERIAL = “The Sikver Whip” part 2 of 2 conclusion Jack Schaefer; SHORT STORY = “The Bowstring Murder” by Maurice Procter - “I'm a Snake” by B.M. Atkinson Jr. - “Best-hated Man in Town” by Joan Vatsek; ARTICLES = “The New President Will Need Big Bill – Bill Simmons” by Ernest Barcella; “Treat 'em Up Front and Treat 'em Early – Front Line Medics in Korea use Psychiatry for Shock Victims” by Michael Drury; “Here's Brando – Marlon Brando” Photo Essay; “Solving That !+%`*! Parking Problem” by Charles T. McGavin with Stacy V. Jones; “Fast as a Kansas Coyote – Using Greyhounds to Hunt Coyotes” Collier's Color Camera; “So He Took the Cobra Venom and Shot It in his Arm – Human Guinea Pigs” by Bill Davidson; “The Undecided Vote will Win the Election”;)

NOVEMBER 8 (FRONT COVER = “Cop Holding Crying Child While Mother Votes” by Birney Lettick; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “Special Deputy” by William Fuller - “The Mad Monarch” by Robert Yoder - “Code of the Underworld” by Robert Carson - “Dog Island Mission” by Jacob Hay - “The Blue Coast” by Ethel Edison Gordon - “Operation Bench” by William R. Scoll; ARTICLES = “The World's Most Important Mice – The Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory of Bar Harbor, Maine” by J.D. Ratcliff; “Why Half Our Combat Soldiers Fail to Shoot” by Bill Davidson; “Perry Como cuts a Disc” Collier's Color Camera; “Williamsburg of the West – Montana's Virginia City” by Huntington Smith; “Battle of the Bagpipes – State University Of Iowa”; “Catching Condors Barehanded” by Ken Krippene;)

NOVEMBER 15 (FRONT COVER = Rosemary Clooney; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Farley Granger; SHORT STORY = “The Pioneer” by Will Stanton - “A Nice Quiet Hobby” by Don Tracy - “Weep with Me” by John Clare - “The Silent Battle” by Michael Foster - “Gallagher's Wife” by Dorothy M. Johnson; ARTICLES = “There's a Great Day Coming – Queen Elizabeth to be Crowned” by Robert Musel and Bill Stapleton; “...and the Truck Driver Apologized” by Selwyn James; “Everything's Rosy for Clooney – Cover Story” by Evelyn Harvey; “We Can – and the Reds Can Not – Canned Food” by Robert Froman; “Uncle George and the Big Bad Bears – Lineman George Connor” by Bill Fay; “Is Your Personality Killing You ?” by Dickson Hartwell; “The Cats Whiskers” Collier's Color Camera;)

NOVEMBER 22 (FRONT COVER = “College Couple Dancing while he holds a Do-Not-Disturb Sign” by Lee Burke; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SHORT STORY = “Mr. Cornelius, I Love You” by Jessamyn West - “Home Economics” by Benjamin Siegel - “Duty” by Paul Horgan - “Riordan's Roistering Setter” by Nord Riley - “How Towson Passed Algebra” by Al Hine; ARTICLES = “America's Worst prison – Angola the Louisiana State Penitentiary” by Edward W. Stagg with John Lear; “Hollywood Cutups – Film Editors” by Cameron Shipp; “They Deliver at Home Safely – Chicago Maternity Center” by Otis Carney; “Gentleman Chuck Davey – Welterweight Class” by Tommy Devine; “We are Hit and Sinking !” Collier's Color Camera; “The Soviets and the Bobby Soxers” by Joseph Wechsberg; “Church Art in Haiti” by Dorothy Adlow;)

NOVEMBER 29 (FRONT COVER = “Boy Eyeing Turkey While Saying Prayers” by Stan Ekman; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Popular Stars; SHORT STORY = “Miss Phinney's Temptation” by Dwight Hutchison - “Dorose Comes Out” by Margaret Chase - “The Bell Rat” by E.C. Keiffer - “Man of Violence” by Owrn Cameron - “The Web Caught the Spider” by George Fielding Eliot; ARTICLES = “When 11 of 14 Children Were Hit with Polio – Joe Thiel's Iowa Farm” by Karl Schriftgiesser; “Bette goes Broadway – Bette Davis in 'Two's Company'” Collier's Color Camera; “Local TV Makes Good – WTTV of Bloomington, Indiana”;The New New Orleans” by William A. Emerson Jr.; “Where We're Losing to the Reds – The Budget Battle” by George Fielding Eliot;)

DECEMBER 6 (FRONT COVER = Don McAuliffe of Michigan State; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SHORT STORY = “The Second Grade Mind” by Frances Gray Patton - “Killer's Masquerade” by Robert Sheckley - “Lord and Lady” by Elva Williams - “Dear Mr. Trenholme” by Max Wilk; ARTICLES = “Thr 63rd All America Fooball Team' by Bill Fay; “John Brown's Body Hits the Road – Civil War Poem” by Evelyn Harvey; “Carolina Herb Woman – Lula Miller” by John Maloney; “Number 9843 – Ole Lindquist in Iowa State Prison” by Tom Runyon; “The Met on the Air – Opera on the Radio” Collier's Color Camera;)

DECEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = “Policeman Puts Coin in Meter for Pretty Blonde with an Arm Full of Presents” by Bill Randall; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Santa Claus; SHORT STORY = “Big Business” by P.G. Wodehouse - “Mrs. Lancaster's Motion” by Rachel Thornton - “Dishonor Roll” by Al Hine - “The Quarry” by Marc Brandel - “The Gold Watch” by Samuel Elkin; ARTICLES = “We're Asking the Reds to Surrender...Please ! - Propaganda War in Korea” by Peter Kalischer; “Have We Missed a Cure for Cancer ?” by Dr. Benjamin F. Miller; “Now Kaz Plays Touch Football – Dick Kazmaier” Collier's Color Camera; “I Was Marooned on an Arctis Icecap” by Captain Charles W. Stover with Bill Davidson; “Television Boners – Embarrassing Moments” by Philip Minoff; “Hollywood's Favorite Sweat Shop – Terry Hunt's Health Club” by Arthur Marx;)

DECEMBER 27 (FRONT COVER = “Christmas Guests Arriving in Woodstock, New York” by John Pike; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Vaughn Monroe; SHORT STORY = “A Light So Shinig” by T. Oliver Sickens - “Christmas Present” by Mark Hager - “Lesser Evil” by Robert Molloy - “The Plastic Jackass” by Bill Brownell - “The Girl with the Burgandy Lips” by Lawrence G. Blochman; ARTICLES = “Adventure in the Faraway Fijis” by Lowell Thomas Jr; “What's Wrong at the Pentagon ?” by Dr. Vannevar Bush; “What Shifts Will Eisenhower Make in Our Military Setup ?” by James C. Derieux; “The Flying Dions – Kid Ski Whixxers” Photo Essay; “There Were Three Kings” Collier's Color Camera; “The Coast Guard's Finest Hour – The Day the Pendleton and the Mercer broke in Two” by Timothy Fuller and Harry Friedenburg; “Bird Watching with an Electric Eye – Birds taking their Own Photos” by William S. Dutton; “Album of Christmas Favorites in Art”;)

1953

JANUARY 3 (FRONT COVER = “Two Little Girls Skating” by Cydney; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with tabacco farmer Pearsall L. Rogers; SHORT STORY = “The Beginning of Something New” by James Campbell Smith - “The Shoe Box” by Joan Aucourt - “Date for Another Spring” by Maurice Barrangon - “Celluoid Nude” by Hannibal Coons - “Favorite Son” by William R. Scott - “Water in the Wilderness” by Paul Horgan; ARTICLES = “African Safari – Ruark Shoots a Lion” by Robert C. Ruark; “Battle of the Bulge – German Field Marshall Von Rundstedt's own Story” by Guenther Blumentritt; “How to Spot a Bank Robber” by Robert de Roos; “The X-Ray Cannon and the Rotating Chair – New Weapons Against Cancer” by J.D. Ratcliff; “Washington's Third Party – The Cocktail Party” by Andrew F. Tully; “Where Have all the Handy Men Gone ?” by Carle Hodge; “Wally Cox is Televisions 'Mr. Pepper' “;)

JANUARY 10 (FRONT COVER = “Man Reading a Comic Book on a Couch between 2 Sleeping Children” by Bill Randall; BACK COVER AD = Chris Craft Boats; SHORT STORY = “Dark Hour” by Clara L. Parks - “The Dog that Travelled Incgnito” by Ludwig Bemelmans - “Old Pal, Old Teammate” by Matt Bryant - “The Kid's in Town” by Charles Einstein - “Ice Storm” by Jerome Barry - “Fighter” by James A. Maxwell; ARTICLES = “The Secret Weapon we were Afraid to Use” by John Steinbeck; “How we can have Safer Cars” by Herbert Yahraes; “Jane Wyman dances the Zambesi”; “De Havilland the Man Behind the Comet – First Jet Airliner” by Marjorie Earl; “What's Left in Uncle Sam's Pantry ? - Natural Resources Shortages” by J.D. Ratcliff; “African Safari – Ruark Shoots a Buffalo” by Robert C. Ruark; “The Listeners do all my Work – Radio Program 'Breakfast Club' “ by Don McNeill; “Flashy Bob Cousy – Boston Celtics” Collier's Color Camera;)

FEBRUARY 7 (FRONT COVER = “Man in Pajamas putting on Coat to Take Dog Out” by Ken Cowhey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike;SHORT STORY = “The Finger of God” by Stuart Cloete - “Just One of the Boys” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “The Iron Box” by John Savage - “Martin Taylor's Enterprise” by Merle Constiner - “The Time of Year” by Hamelin Hunt; ARTICLES = “What We've Learned about Winter Warfare” by Peter Kalischer; “Where are Baseball's .300 Hitters ?” by Tom Meany; “Your a Sucker if you Cash my Check” by Leonard Hart; “These Tools Help Keep Your Body in Repair – Surgeons Instuments” Photo Essay; “How to Smuggle a Cow” by Ben Merson;)

FEBRUARY 14 (FRONT COVER = “Woman with Full Shopping Cart and Two Young Children” by Lee Burke; BACK COVER AD = Admiral Televisions; SHORT STORY = “The Little Bride” by Ann Chidester - “Ladies Day” by John F. Wallace - “The Cub” by Lois Dykeman Kleihauer - “The Wine of the Country” by Mary-Carter Roberts - “My Father's Child” by Paul Horgan - “The Long Winter” by Walter Havighurst; ARTICLES = “Why Didn't You get that Raise ?” by Howard Whitman; “Broadway's Busiest Babe – Helen Gallagher” by James Poling; “Two New Lincoln Pictures – As You Never Saw Him Before” by Robert S. Harper; “We're Selling Out Our Disabled Veterans !” by Sam Stavisky; “Racial Prejudice – How San Francisco Squelched It” by John Gerrity; “Fain's on First – Philadelphia Athletics First Baseman Ferris Fain” by Ralph Bernstein; “Copter Commuting – You'll be Doing it Soon” by Frank Tinsley;)

APRIL 4 (FRONT COVER = “Father and Son with Wheelbarrow and Gardening Supplies” by Carol Johnson; BACK COVER AD = “Admiral Televisions; SHORT STORY = “People Will Talk” by Joe McCarthy - “Birds at Sunset” by Robert A. Knowlton - “The Yankee” by John Andrew Rice - “The Mastermind” by Scott Young - “Journey to the Fort” by Dorothy M. Johnson; ARTICLES = “Will They Climb Mt. Everest Now ?” by Eric Shipton; “H2 OHHH Jody ! - Swimmer Jody Alderson of Chicago” Collier's Color Camera; “Loneliest Man in Washington – Wayne Morse” by Samuel Grafton; “Can a Mechanical Brain Replace You” by John Lear; “The Sports Car Set Rides Again” by Murray Robinson;)

APRIL 11 (FRONT COVER = “Olga Nicholas trying to Make her Easter Hat” by Bill Randall; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Perry Como; SHORT STORY = “The Girl Who Said Yes on a Yacht” by Laurence Kirk - “The Bargain Wife” by Richard B. Eno - “The Wrong Way to Win a War” by John Godey - “I Missed You” by Philip Gould - “Voyage to the Mainland” by John Savage; ARTICLES = “How Collier's Grabbed 20 Acres of Valuable Public Land for $1.25” by Bill Davidson; “Shape Up or Ship Out !” by Private Bill Safire; “Everybody Wants to be Huck Finn – Rafting on the Mississippi” by Lydel Sims; “The Whole Blooming Valley – Puyallup Valley, Washington” Collier's Color Camera; “French Singer Patachou”; “The Arctic's Warming Up” by Jonas Williams;)

APRIL 25 (FRONT COVER = “Wife and Husband with Arms Full of Garden Tools as He Looks at Fishing Gear in Store Window” by C.C. Beall and Kenneth Davies; BACK COVER AD = “Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “A Doctor in the House” by Margaret Chase - “First Command” by Eugene Burdick - “The Throwing of the Bones” by Larry Finn - “Death and Aunt Fancy” by Edmund Crispin - “Miss Bridgman's Married Year” by Isabel Langis; ARTICLES = “We Bombed America – B-47 Stratojet Test Flight Across the States” by Bill Stapleton; “How Good are the Miracle Fibers ?” by Edmund L. Van Deusen; “Depression – Not in Your Lifetime” by Thurman Arnold; “New Top Lady of the Marines – Julia E. Hamblet” Collier's Color Camera; “Fishing with Collier's – Deep Sea”; But When Will We Have Banks for Those Human Parts ?” by Dr. Benjamin F. Miller;)

MAY 2 (FRONT COVER = “Arthur Godfrey” by Lowell Hess; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Charlton Heston; SERIAL = “The Case of the Killer Dogs” part of 2 by Hugh Pentecost; SHORT STORY = “Hat Trick” by Francis Steegmuller - “The Assassin” by Elliot West - “The Pretty Pink Wife” by Laura Austin - “A Man Who Caught Love Like a Cold” by Libbie Block; ARTICLES = “Arthur Godfrey and his Fan Mail” by Bill Davidson; “Behind the Kremlin Walls” by Frank W. Rounds Jr.; “Atlanta's Most Glamorous Women” Collier's Color Camera; “Punching Out a Living – Boxer Billy Graham at Training Camp” by W.C. Heinz; “How to Have Fun with 100 Million Dollars – Jim West” by James Aswell;)

MAY 9 (FRONT COVER = “Man and Woman in Evening Clothes Looking for Change for Gas” by Herbert Harrington; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Case of the Killer Dogs” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Hugh Pentecost; SHORT STORY = “The Strange Girl” by J.B. Priestley - “The Paris Money” by Lee Russell - “Alone in Shark Waters” by John Kruse; ARTICLES = “Should the Navy and the Air Force Merge ?” by Thomas K. Finletter; “Gene Woodling's Little Leaguers – Fair Lawn, New Jersey” Photo Essay; “Can Eisenhower End Segregation in Washington ?” by Howard Whitman; “High Style and Mrs. Murphy – Here comes Brooklyn” by Robert Froman; “He Tarzan – You Fan” by Thomas Wood; “A Nun's Story – I Was a Prisoner of the Chinese Reds” by Sister Mary Victoria;)

MAY 16 (FRONT COVER = “Mother being Served Breakfast in Bed by Husband and Children” by Roswell Keller; BACK COVER AD = “Camel with Jane Greer; SHORT STORY = “Anybody can go to Coney Island” by Charles Einstein - “Red Hot Rookie” by William E. Pettit - “A Priceless Gift” by Robert Paterson - “Ordeal of the White Whale” by Sally Carrighar - “In the Name of Justice” by William R. Scott; ARTICLES = “Let's Put the A-Bomb in Macy's Window – Because Government Secrecy is Carried to Ridiculous Extremes” by George Fielding Eliot; “It's Easy to Bluff Americans ! - Escaped German P.O.W. In the United States” by Reinhold Pabel with Bill Fay; “Pretty Penny Ridgway – The President's Lady” by Helen Worden Erskine; “My Friend Bertha, the Praying Mantis” by Robert Caryle Hermes;)

MAY 23 (FRONT COVER = “Air Force Pilot Trying to Put Boys Plane Together” by C.C. Beall and Kenneth Davies; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Black Baronet – The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr - “Natural Born Liar” by James Ross - “Too Young to Marry” by Lois Dykeman Kleihauer - “Down a Garden Path” by Richard Sullivan - “A Rose in Her Hair” by Ethel Edison Gordon; ARTICLES = “We Were Sealed in a Sub for 60 Days” by Lt. Cmdr. Ralph E. Faucett; “The Atom Liner – Planes Experts See in the Future for Us” by James J. Haggerty Jr.;Pills That Perform an Operation – New Drugs” by J.D. Ratcliff; “I, The Private Eye” by Irving Shumbord with Caroline Bird;)

MAY 30 (FRONT COVER = “Blonde Women Eating Ice Cream whike Weighing Herself” by Roswell Keller; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike: SERIAL = “Under the Burning Sky” part 1 of 2 by H.A. Derosso; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Gold Hunter – The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr - “Redhead on a Train” by Lee Russell - “De Lucie Joins the Club” by Margaret Chase; ARTICLES = “The Fabulous Satchel Paige” part 1 of 3 by Richard Donovan; “I Take the Girls to Prison – Deputy U.S. Marshall Lil McLaughlin” by Gledhill Cameron; “Safety Gadgets – They're Helping Our Fighter Pilots” by Lt. Gen. James H. Doolittle; “Is a Federal Sales Tax Coming ?” by Donald I. Rogers; “What You Don't Know About Mailing a Letter” by Margo Fischer; “The Wonderful Invention of Dr. Pravaz – Hypodermic Needle” by Dr. Paul H. Fluck; “You'd Never Know Pittsburgh – Urban Renewal” by Harry Henderson;)

JUNE 13 (FRONT COVER = “17-year old Arlene Ross doing a Headstand” by Alex Ross; BACK COVER AD = R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Father's Day Ad; NOVELETTE = “White Hunter, Black Heart” by Peter Viertel; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Sealed Room – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr - “A Private Night” by Walter Malday; ARTICLES = “Rodney Brodie – Happy and Healthy at 20 Months after Being Seperated from Siamese Twin” by Bill Fay; “Big Time Bootlegging is Back” by John B. Starr; “Chicago's Most Glamorous Women” Collier's Color Camera; “The Fabulous Satchel Paige – Time Ain't Gonna Mess with Me” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Richard Donovan; “One Man's Mambo – Yvonne DeCarlo and Alec Guiness”; “Jumpin' Jim is Ready – Major General James Gavin” by Seymour Friedin and William Richardson;)

JUNE 20 (FRONT COVER = “Ike and Mamie Eisenhower at Home Relaxing” by Annonymous; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Wax Gambler – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr - “Beware, My Love” by Hamlen Hunt - “The Last Inning” by Charles Einstein - “Talk to Home” by Jeff Brown - “Loan Shark” by Willard H. Temple; ARTICLES = “Ike and Mamie at Home” by Andrew F. Tully; “Sweet And Swedish – Lovely Women” Collier's Color Camera; “The Soldier Who Went AWOL – Pfc. Robert Von Kuznick U.S. To Korea” by Robert C. Goodman; “Baseball Needs Three Big Leagues to Survive” by Tom Meany; “Pretty Piper Picks Up a Peck of Pretty Profits – Piper Laurie” by Richard G. Hubler; “143 Strikes in 26 Months – The Scandal of the Paducah Atom Project” by Joseph F. Dinneen;)

JUNE 27 (FRONT COVER = “The Baby Space Station”; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Deadly Mermaid” part 1 of 3 bt James Atlee Phillips; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of Foulkes Rath – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle - “My Lady Wouldn't Wait” by Willard H. Temple - “One Summer Day” by Lucy Godolphin - “Six Greedy Loafers” by Frank O'Rourke; ARTICLES = “Do Umpires Have a Sense of Humor ?” by James M. Kahn; “Gentlemen Prefer Monroe – Marilyn Monroe” Collier's Color Camera; “A New Religion is Rising in Asia – Caodaism” by Peter Kalischer; “Baby Space Station – First Step in the Conquest of Space” by Wernher von Braun and Cornelius Ryan; “I Worked for Three Presidents – What F.D.R. Told MacArthur” part 1 by William Rigdon; “Now It's Eddieeeee ! - Eddie Fisher”; “Are You Afraid of Lawyers ?” by Phoebe Radcliffe;)

JULY 11 (FRONT COVER = “Wife Cleaning Windows with HIS Towel and Husband Polishing Car with HER Towel”; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Deadly Mermaid” part 3 of 3 conclusion by James Atlee Phillips; SHORT STORY = “Experiment in Love” by Hamlen Hunt - “Miss Fry's Ascent to Heaven” by Robert Fontaine - “Claudie's Fickle Heart” by Dillon Anderson - “My Brother's Killer” by Borden Deal; ARTICLES = “Here's Rita as 'Sadie' – Rita Hayworth as Sadie Thompson” by Evelyn Harvey; “I Scout for the Yankees – Paul Krichell” by W.C. Heinz; “How to Live With a Woman” by Margaret Blair Johnstone; “Always He is Alone – the Shepherd” by Eric Thane; “Mr. A-Bomb is Carroll L. Tyler” by Robert De Roos; “Disney's New One – Melody”;)

AUGUST 7 (FRONT COVER = “William O'Dwyer” by Miguel Covarrubias; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Charlton Heston, Eva Gabor, Tyrone Power... etc.: SERIAL = “Glory Girl” part 1 of 2 by Thelma Strabel; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Demon Angels – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle - “The Unwritten Rules” by Pearl S. Buck - “Too Good for this Town” by Herbert A. Francis - “The Dog That Caught a Husband” by Arthur Gordon - “Blood Money” by David Karp; ARTICLES = “William O'dwyer – The Man Who Won't Come Home” part 1 of 2 by Lester Velie; “From Here to Eternity – Frank Sinatra”; “Forest Fire” Collier's Color Camera; “Secrets of a Baseball Manager” by Chicago White Sox Manager – Paul Richards; “A Mighty Smith is She – Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith”; The Truth About TB Miracle Drugs” by Bill Davidson; “A Car that Drives Itself” by John Lear; “The Greatest Faith Ever Known – Saint Paul” by Fulton Oursler;)

AUGUST 21 (FRONT COVER = “Navy Frogman Outside a Midget Submarine” by Fred Freeman; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Glory Girl” Part 2 of 2 conclusion by Thelma Strabel - “Silver Rock” part 1 of 4 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure od the Abbas Ruby – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle - “A Horse Named Dopey” by Mel Heimer - “Loser Take All” by Frank Rooney - “The Devilish Dimension” by Hannibal Coons; ARTICLES = “William O'Dwyer – The Man Who Won't Come Home – How Does a Man Fall so Far so Fast ?” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Lester Velie; “All of Brooklyn Went to Bat for Him – Dodgers Gil Hodges” by Tom Meany; “Elizabeth Taylor's Baby” Collier's Color Camera; “Midget Subs – The Navy's New Sneak Punch” by Vice-Admiral Charles A. Lockwood with Cornelius Ryan; “The Park and I” by Frances Judge of Grand Teton National Park; “Is Germ Free Living Next ?” by Morton Sontheimer; “Ruark Reports on a Curious Community in Africa – Isiolo in Kenya” by Robert C. Ruark; “Panic – The Ultimate Weapon ?” by Val Peterson;)

SEPTEMBER 4 (“Dr. Kinsey” by Arthur Lidov; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Ben Hogan; SERIAL = “Silver Rock” part 2 of 4 by Luke Short; NOVELETTE = “Solo” by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Two Women – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle - “Judson Adjusts” by Gertrude Carrick - “The Devious Bachelor” by Roald Dahl - “The Blonde Who Attracted Baseballs” by Robert Meyer; ARTICLES = “Kinsey – On the Difference Between Men and Women” by Bill Davidson; “Will the Fans Go for One Platoon Football this Fall ?” by Bill Fay; “Margaret O'Brien Grows Up”; “Now Russia Threatens Our Sea Power” by George Fielding Eliot; “Gary Cooper – An American Tourist”; “Does Ike get Things Done ?” by Samuel Grafton; “The Ho-Ho and Ha-Ha Railroad – Mount Washington's Cog Railway” by Leonard A. Stevens; “Emotional Upsets are Good for You” by Howard Whitman; “Paper ? Paper Bathing Suits ?” Collier's Color Camera; “Pro Football's Brat – Norm Van Brocklin” by Melvin Durslag;)

OCTOBER 2 (FRONT COVER = “Great Canadian Uranium Rush” by Frederick Siebel; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Paul Douglas; SERIAL = “Silver Rock” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Luke Short - “The Shadows of the Images” part 1 of 5 by William E. Barrett; SHORT STORY = “The Adventure of the Red Widow – Exploits of Sherlock Holmes” by Adrian Conan Doyle - “The Husband Who Wouldn't Wake Up” by Lee Rogow - “Why Tell Your Wife” by Victor Wolfson - “The Long Out” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “The Soldier Who Married the Dictator – Madame Tito” by Helen Worden Erskine; “Anyone for Knuckle Balls ? - Baseball's Optical Illusion” by Tom Meany; “Canada's Great Uranium Rush” by Bill Stapleton; “What Do We Do Now About red China ?” by Ernest A. Gross; “The Engineers They Have No Fears – From School into High Paying Jobs” by Karl Schriftgiesser; “Mixing the Mambo – Gwen Verdon” Collier's Color Camera; “The Plight of the Honest Cop – It's Tough, Very Tough to Buck the System” part 2 By Albert Deutsch; “The Men Nobody Wanted – Detroit Lion's Castoff Champions” by Bill Fay;)

OCTOBER 16 (FRONT COVER = “Red Buttons” by Louis S. Glanzman; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Anne Jeffreys and Bob Sterling; SERIAL = “The Shadows of Images” part 2 of 5 by William E. Barrett; SHORT STORY = “A Fighting Chance” by Roderick Lull - “Too Close For Comfort” by Virginia and Edwin Gilbert - “Hong Kong Desicion” by William L. Worden - “Why the Earth was Not Invaded” by Henry Gregor Felson - “Mouse inti Man” by J. Malcolm Morris; ARTICLES = “Red Buttons – Him You Like” by Gilbert Millstein; “You'll be Hearing About Enzymes” by J.D. Ratcliff; “Special Report on U.S. Air Defense – Russian Planes are Raiding Canadian Skies” by William A. Ulman; “Marilyn Monroe on Location – Marilyn on the Rocks” by John Florea; “How to be a Wall Street Financier on $10 a Week” by Donald I. Rogers; “The Plight of the Honest Cop – Cut Rate Cops are Bad Bargains” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Albert Deutsch;)

OCTOBER 30 (FRONT COVER “Two Doctors in Masks”; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Shadows of the Images” part 3 of 5 by William E. Barrett; SHORT STORY = “The Oldest Enemy” by Wesley Ford Davis - “I Love Vanessa” by S.A. Schreiner Jr. - “Diamonds in the Sky” by John Clare - “Trick or Treat” by Francis Shields - “This Happened at Harvard !”by Oliver Wyman; ARTICLES = “Why Some Doctors Should be in Jail” by Howard Whitman; “The Hypocrisy of College Football” by Jeff Cravath with Melvin Durslag; “What's Krupp Up to Know ? - Germany's Man of Steel” by Irving Wallace; “The Inside Story of a Girls Reformatory” by Michela Robbins; “It Takes Eyes to Make an Ace – U.S. Fighter Pilots in Korea” Collier's Color Camera; “A Ner Electrick Car – Mota Car” by Howard Cohn;)

NOVEMBER 13 (FRONT COVER = “Morman with Three Wives” by C.E. Monroe Jr.; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Big Band Leaders Vaughan Monroe, The Dorsey Brothers and Sauter-Finegan; SERIAL = “The Shadows of the Images” part 4 of 5 by William E. Barrett; SHORT STORY = “The Secret Witness” by Wyatt Blassingame - “Eleven Guys Named George” by Willard H. Temple - “We Won't be Any Trouble” by John and Ward Hawkins - “Death Had a Birthday” by Charles B. Child - “The Romantic Taxpayer” by Hannibal Coons; ARTICLES = “A Mormon Fundalmentalist Tells His Story – Why I Have Five Wives” by Edson Jessop with Maurine Whipple; “No More Shampoos for Nellie – Mary Martin” Collier's Color Camera; “Are You Fit for Public Office ? - 25 Questions and Answers” by Richard and Maurine Neuberger; “Men of the Caine – On Stage and Screen”; “A Mother Rebels – I Won't Send My Children to Public School” by Robert C. Goodman; “How Long You Live May Depend on Where You Live” by Louise Levitas;)

NOVEMBER 23 (FRONT COVER = “Experimental Masks for Nerve Gas” by Gordon Jones; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “The Shadows of the Images” part 5 of 5 conclusion bt William E. Barrett - “Goal to Go” part 1 of 2 by Adela Rogers St. Johns; SHORT STORY = “It Takes a Little Time” by Sherman Dixon - “The Thankful Heart” by Herbert A. Francis - “XXXXXXX Isn't Everything” by Max Wilk; ARTICLES = “G-Gas a New Weapon of Chilling Terror” by Cornelius Ryan; “In North Korea P.O.W. Camps – Why Did Some G.I.'s Turn Communist ?” by Lt.Col. Thomas D. Harrison with Bill Stapleton; “10 Ways to Make Your Wife Moire Useful” by Alfred Toombs; “How the Farmer Rules Your City” by Robert Dindiner; “...So He Poured the Chocolate Soda in his Pocket” by H. Allen Smith; “The Cruel Sea's Cruelest Critter – Barracuda” by Jennings Perry; “The Original Miracle Drug – Asprin” by Harry Henderson;)

1954

JANUARY 8 (FRONT COVER = “Dwight D. Eisenhower” by Louis Glanzman; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Arthur Godfrey; SERIAL = “Smoky Valley” part 3 of 4 by Donald Hamilton; SHORT STORY = “An Act of Human Kindness” by Sue Kaufman - “One Man Missing” by Mildred Masterson McNeilly - “The Kenya Curse” by Richard Llewellyn – “Yours in Song” by Hannibal Coons - “The Dead Run” by W.J. Wallace; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – What Makes Ike Laugh ?” by Roscoe Drummond; “Bishop Fulton J. Sheen on the Life of Christ – The Temptations”; “Who, Gable – Clark Gable being Incognito”; “The Town that Wants Only Old Folks – Ryerwood, Washington” William L. Worden; “Where Do You Stand on the Gravest Question of Our Time – National Defense” by Styles Bridges; “Date with a Dame – Age 5,000 – Ancient Egyptian Bad Girl” by Robert C. Ruark;He Gets 'Em on the Hook – Basketballs Don Schlundt” by Bill Fay; “They Stole $2,500,000 and Got Away with It – A Parallel to the Great Brink's Robbery” by Joseph F. Dinneen;)

FEBRUARY 5 (FRONT COVER = “The Struggle for Our Children's Minds”; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Amy Vanderbilt; SERIAL = “The Desperate Hours” part 2 of 4 by Joseph Hayes; SHORT STORY = “Shakedown” by Frank Richardson Pierce - “Whispering Guy” by Edward Hutchings Jr. - “The Restless Ones” by Leslie Waller - “Ship the Devil” by Francis Gott - “Wives are Crazier than Horses” by Edwin A. Peeples; ARTICLES = “The Struggle for Our Children's Minds – Speak Out, Silent People” by Howard Whitman; “Specialist in Armed Robbery – Boston Red Sox Outfielder Jim Piersall” by Tom Meany; “The Truth About Korea” by General Mark W. Clark; “Are You the New Executive Type ?” by Bill Davidson; “Some of Us Didn't Crack – Tortured in Pak's Palace” by Major David F. MacGhee, USAF with Peter Kalischer; “When Not to Diet” by Dr. Hilde Bruch; “5 Heads No Waiting – Hair Styles with TV's Roxanne”; “Submarine in the Desert – Atomic Sub Nautilus” by Ronald Schiller; “Satan of the North – The Wolverine” by Leonard A. Stevens; “Can You Stop Worrying about Polio Now ?” by Albert Q. Maisel;)

MARCH 5 (FRONT COVER = “Through the Iron Curtain” by Arthur Lidov; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Jack Webb; SERIAL = “The Desperate Hours” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Joseph Hayes - “Flight of the Tiger” part 1 of 3 by John D. MacDonald; SHORT STORY = “Ask for the Moon” by Charles Mergendahl - “Best Bait in Florida” by Ben Masselink - “The Happiness Machine” by W. Douglas Landsford; ARTICLES = “Russia Uncensored” first of a series by Marshall MacDuffie; “Tom Meany's 1954 Baseball Preview”; Legs and a Legend – Cyd Charrise and Gene Kelly in the Movie 'Brigadoon' “by Evelyn Harvey; “A Week Inside the White House – Around the Clock with Eisenhower” by Robert Lewis Taylor; “The Truth About Korea – Why Not a Pacific Pact ?” by General Mark W. Clark; “New Control for High Blood Pressure – Little Known Family of Drugs” by J.D. Ratcliff; “You've Got to be Tougher than the Toughs” by Prison Warden William H. Carty with Bill Davidson; “Everything Happens at New York's Grand Central Station” by Edward G. Fischer with Wayne Amos;)

APRIL 16 (FRONT COVER = “Hand Holding a Loaf of Bread from the Sea” by James Dwyer; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Dick Powell; SERIAL = “Dark Dominion” part 2 of 4 by David Duncan; SHORT STORY = “The Easter Gift” by Herbert A. Francis - “The Man Who Invented a Wife” by James Norman - “A Very Pale Green Thumb” by Richard Stern - “I'm a Dedicated Man, Son” by Stewartb Pierce Brown - “Deathwatch at Jupiter” by Cameron Hawley; ARTICLES = “They've Got Asthma on the Run” by Albert Rosenfeld; “Match for Marilyn – Sheree North” Collier's Color Camera; “Go Fishing with Collier's – Special Section”; “Russia Uncensored – Do the Soviet People Expect to Go to War ?” by Marshall MacDuffie; “Now Bread from the Sea – Water Borne Algae Cells” by Bill Davidson; “The Ten Favorite Protestant Hymns”; “Nick the Greek – I Play for the Risk, Not the Money” by Richard Donovan and Hank Greenspun; “Can't Anybody Hepl Me ?” by baseball pitcher Rex Barney with Bill Roeder;)

MAY 14 (FRONT COVER = “Marlene Dietrich” by David Berger; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Michael O'Shea, Jan Sterling and Ray Anthony; SERIAL = “Dark Dominion” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Davis Duncan - “A Time to Love and a Time to Die” part 1 of 4 by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = “Luck of the Innocent” by Godfrey Barrass - “Spring Thaw” by Harriet Frank Jr. - “Corbett Came this Way” by Mary Lange Jones; ARTICLES = “Dietrich – The Body and Soul”; “Progressive Education – Which Way is Forward ?” by Howard Whitman; “Why Canadians are Peeved at the U.S.” by Bruce Hitchison; “America's Going Outboard Motor Happy” by Alfred M. Lansing; “Probing the Secret of Life” by Bill Davidson;Casey Stengel is Wise – But Weiss is Wiser” by Frank Lane with Bill Fay; “The Wonderful Writing Machine – The Typewriter” by Bruce Bliven Jr.;)

JUNE 11 (FRONT COVER = Colonel James E. Rudder and James Jr. atop cliffs at Pointe du Hoe in Normandy; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “A Time to Love and a Time to Die” part 3 of 4 by Erich Maria Remarque; SHORT STORY = “The Happiest Day” by Sherman Dixon - “Murder at Montego Bay” by Ben Masselink - “Freshman Course in Woo” by Cleland Judd; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – I Took my Son to Omaha Beach” by W.C. Heinz; “So He Won $140,000... Joseph Hearl” by Ben Merson; “A Report on Our Flying Saucer Balloons” by Charlotte Knight; “From 'T' to Tee” Collier's Color Camera; “How Good are Our Schools ?” by Paul E. Elicker; “What are We Doing in Spain ?” by Bill Stapleton; “Dial M for Murder – in 3-D”; “Eartha Kitt – Fire in Ice” by Richard Donovan;)

JUNE 25 (FRONT COVER = “Lieut Col. John P. Stapp and his Rocket Sles” by Fred Freeman; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “A Time to Love and a Time to Die” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Erich Maria Remarque - “Rendezvous with a Traitor” part 1 of 2 by Holly Roth; SHORT STORY = “A Mask for Fear” by Ruth Sterling - “The Courtship on Car Sixty-Five” by Joe Coogan - “A Girl to Forget” by Van Cort; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Fastest Man on Earth” by James J. Haggerty Jr.; “Something new in Steam Heat – Broadway's Carol Haney”; “New Frontier for Freedom – Secretary Dulles plans for the Middle East” by Edgar Ansel Mowrer; “Turley's Fastball – 94.2 MPH” by Tom Meany; “The 1954 Model Super Chicken” by Leonard A. Stevens; “Better Check that with Herb – Attorney General Herbert Brownell Jr.” by Vance Johnson; “Some Words Stop at Marietta, Ohio – Regional Expressions” by Gledhill Cameron; “When You Give are You Being Taken ? - Charity Rackets Can Be Stopped” by Bernard Tompkins; “The Comedians Yock Exchange – New York City's Lindy's” by Murray Robinson;)

AUGUST 20 (FRONT COVER = “Blonde in a Red Bikini Skin Diving” by Bill Baker; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIALS = “Marriage Comes Second” conclusion by Robert Wallsten - “Escape from Fear” part 1 of 3 by A.J. Cronin; SHORT STORY = “It Could Happen to Anyone” by Charles Mergendahl - “Red Hot Gusher” by Hannibal Coons - “The Maharaja of Akronohio” by Cameron Hawley; ARTICLES = “Will All Protestants Unite in One Church ?” by Caspar Nannes; “Oompah Town – New Ulm, Minnesota” Collier's Color Camera; “What are We Doing about Our Atomic Garbage ?” by Robert de Roos; “Parrots are Wolves in Rome” by Art Buchwald; “Kremlin U.S.A. - The Soviet Embassy” by Andrew Tully; “Cover Story – Underwater Fun” by Howard Cohn; “Why Britain and the U.S. Are Drawing Apart” by Drew Middleton; “Baseball in Three Languages – International League” by Tom Meany;)

OCTOBER 1 (FRONT COVER = Ray de Saussure in Mexico's Cave of the Star; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike with Jeanmaire; SERIAL = “I Do as I Please” part 2 of 3 by William R. Scott; SHORT STORY = “Pennant Pitch” by Duane Decker - “The Gilt Edged Romance of Virginia Bowers” by Mel Heimer - “Must I Use the Word ?” by George Bradshaw - “Murder on the Water Front” by Budd Schulberg; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Exploring a Wild Cave” by Alfred A. Lansing; “To Stop the Communists – We Must be Willing to Fight Now” by William F. Knowland; “Destry Rides Again, Again” Collier's Color Camera; “The Plight of the Honest Cop – Is Your Police Force Obsolete ?” by Albert Deutsch; “How to Get Along with Any In-Law” by Dr. Evelyn Millis Duvall; “Can't You Hear Them Calling Caroline – Illinois Football Back J.C. Caroline” by Bill Fay; “A Rich Find in Texas Oils – Artist Clara Williams”;)

OCTOBER 15 (FRONT COVER = Frank Brown talking to South Africa Novelist Alan Paton; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Douglas Leigh; SERIAL = “I Do as I Please” part 3 of 3 conclusion bt William R. Scott - “The Big Win” part 1 of 3 by Bonner McMillan; SHORT STORY = “The Fatal Slip-up” by Max Wilk - “True Love is Triucky” by Virginia Lee - “Murder in Paradise” by Ward Holm Tanzer; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Negro in America Today” part 1 of 2 by Alan Paton; “The Light Side of the North Side – Tourist in Thule” by Charloitte Knight; “The Case of the Missing Sardines – Depleted Fishing Stock” by Robert de Roos; “They Love the Life We Lead – Exchange Students” by Martha Weinman; “Ted Williams Will be Back” by Tom Meany; “Tackle by Bronko Nagurski Jr.”; “Slaughter Off Stage – Dancer Vera Zorina”; “The Story Behind Today's New Gasolines” by Edward Adolphe;)

NOVEMBER 26 (FRONT COVER = Imogene Coca looking Like a Sphinx; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Maureen O'Sullivan; SERIAL = “The Body Snatchers” part 1 of 3 by Jack Finney - “Indian Sign” conclusion by James Warner Bellah; SHORT STORY = “The Man Who Went too Far” by Wyatt Blassingame - “Hot Blooded Angel” by Elizabeth Dunn - “Death Was a Wedding Guest” by Charles B. Child; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Everybody's Making Like Cleopatra” by Murray Robinson; “Jiberabu – A Visit to Austalia's Primitive People” by Justice William O. Douglas; “Detective Kitty Barry – Top Narcotics Officer” by Gledhill Cameron; “Town Trouble Shooter Fred Gross of Lodi, California”; “The Wild West Lives Again” by Albert Rosenfeld; “Farmers Find a New Use for a Goose” by James Aswell; “Body Fluids – A Major Medical Problem” by J.D. Ratcliff; “The Play's the Thing – Notre Dame Quarterback Ralph Guglielmi” by Bill Fay; “Tenzing Tries the Alps”; “Why Don't They Teack my Child to Read ?” by Howard Whitman;)

1955

JANUARY 7 (FRONT COVER = Prince Charles; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield with Rory Calhoun and Lita Baron; SERIAL = “Walking Out” conclusion by Walt Grove - “Rawhide River” part 1 of 3 by Cliff Farrell; SHORT STORY = “Recipe for Romance” by Lawrence Williams - “You Can't Have Your Wife” by Hamlen Hunt - “A Horse that Believed in Love”: by Anthony Steven; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Boy Who Lives in a Palace” by Helen Worden Erskine; “Can Russian Missles Strike the United States ?” by Dr. Walter R. Dornberger; “The Return of the IT Girls – Dancer Ann Miller”; “The Philippines – Democracy in Asia” by Ramon Magsaysay the President of the Philippines; “After 45 – Are You too Old to Work ?” by James P. Mitchell; “Senor Mays a Big Hit in San Juan – Willie Mays” by Tom Meany; “Island of Lost Ships – Sable Island” by Edward Rowe Snow;)

JANUARY 21 (FRONT COVER = Anne Helm, Pat Farrell and Val Reiner; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Teresa Wright; SERIAL = “Rawhide River” part 2 of 3 by Cliff Farrell; SHORT STORY = “The Room Next Door” by Lucy Goodrich - “I Believe in Living Rich” by Margaret Chase - “Invisible Killer” by Charles B. Child - “The Baker Rubies” by Barbara J. Hunt; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Today's Teenagers – What Gives ?” by Bill Mauldin; “Coward in the Congo” by Art Buchwald; “Now An Atomic Drugstore” by John Lear; “Lollobrigida Pin-up.. or Paesana ?; “Think od Die – Training Air Force Officers” by James J Haggerty Jr.; “Gola's Terrific – Even Without the Ball” by Bill Fay;)

MARCH 4 (FRONT COVER = Gregory Pech as Captain Ahab; BACK COVER AD = Land M Cigarettes; SERIAL = “Invasion of Privacy” part 2 of 4 by Harry Kurnitz; SHORT STORY = “The Oldest Law” by Larry Finn - “Run Silent, Run Deep” by Edward L. Beach - “Tattletale Tape” by Jack Finney - “The Boy and the Girl” by Helen Ballard Rydell; ARTICLES = “Stalking the Stork – Lucrative Business” by Murray Robinson; “Coldest Town in America – International Falls, Minnesota” by Howard Cohn; “Tom Meany's 1955 Baseball Previewe”; “Let's Keep it 48 States” by Senator A.S. Mike Monroney; “What's a Nine Letter Word Meaning Fun ? - Crossword” by Eugene Rachlis; “Do Gestures Speak Louder than Words ?”; “Cover Story – Moby Dick” by Evelyn Harvey; “A Mine for the Jet Age – Titanium” by Bill Stapleton; “35 Questions and Answers on the Common Cold”)

APRIL 1 (FRONT COVER = Submarine U.S.S. Albacore; BACK COVER AD = “Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Invasion of Privacy” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Harry Kurnitz - “Design for Terror” part 1 of 2 by Arthur Gordon; SHORT STORY = “Necktie Party” by Henry Gregor Felsen - “A Roof for San Patricio” by Tere Rios - “Shanghaied Suitor” by Bill Annett; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – I Rode the World's Fastest Sub” by Cornelius Ryan; “The Year's Top Deb – New York City's Cary Latimer; “Jackie in Never-Never Land – Jackie Gleason” by Michael Drury; “Who Can Save Asia ?” by Delia and Ferdinand Kuhn; “This is a Raid !” by Bill Davidson and Charles Hinch; “Comes the Revolution – Revolving Doors” by Murray Teigh Bloom; “Why Do Bunts Roll Foul in Cleveland ?” by Hal Lebovitz;)

APRIL 15 (FRONT COVER = President Eisenhower Fishing; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Design for Terror” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Arthur Gordon - “The Darkest Hour” part 1 of 3 by William P. McGivern; SHORT STORY = “A Crown of Thorns” by Frank G. Slaughter - “Let's Call it Off” by AdeleS. Osherson - “Who Wants to Marry Money ?' by Glynn Harvey; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Ike's Fishing Secrets” by Alfred M. Lansing; “Hurricanes Coming ? - Better Forecasting Needed” by Bill Stapleton; “Farewell to the EL – New York City”; “The Problem of Our Mental Hospitals” by Albert Deutsch; “Let Me Go, Lover – 18-year old singer Joan Weber” by Gilbert Millstein; “Mount Sinai Today”; “New Magic from Oil” by Ben Merson;”The Kkrushchev I Know” by Marshall MacDuffie;)

APRIL 29 (FRONT COVER = Test Pilot Phil T. Johnston on Flying Platform; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Darkest Hour” part 2 of 3 by William P. McGivern; SHORT STORY = “Yankee Trick” by Paul Annixter - “The Magic Carrousel” by Lousi Paul - “Royal Theft” by Charles B. Child - “Five O'Clock Deadline” by David Levy; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Navy Comes Up with a Real Flying Saucer” by James J. Haggerty Jr. and Cornelius Ryan; “Asia's Best Friend – UNICEF Asian Regional Director Spurgeon Keeny” by Howard Lewis; “Milk 12 cents a Quart – Why Not in Your Town ?” by Bill Davidson; “The Goldwyns – and Guys and Dolls with Frank Sinatra” by Thomas M. Pryor; “The Marvels in Our Museums – Panorama of the Sea”; “Pogo Meets a Possum” by Waly Kelly;)

MAY 27 (FRONT COVER = Navy Frogmen on Maneuvers; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Man of the West” part 1 of 3 by Philip Yordan; SHORT STORY = “The Phony” by George Spencer - “Woman Across the Hall” by Robert Wallsten - “Crowd Pleaser” by William R. Cox - “Island of Fear” by John Andrew Rice; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Navy Frogmen Top Skin Divers of Them All” by Bill Stapleton; “Tired ? - Stoop or Bend ?” by Bill Davidson; “Shadow Plants – Our Secret Weapon – Ready for War Production” by Vernon Pizer; “Me and the Set – From Roller Derby to Peter Pan – The First Eight Years of Television” by John Crosby; “Jail is No Place for Children in Trouble” by Ruth and Edward Brecher; “Way Down Upon the Irrawaddy River, Burma” by Della and Ferdinand Kuhn; “Best Infielder in the Majors – Roy McMillan” by Tom Meany;)

JUNE 10 (FRONT COVER = Telephone Reciever; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Man of the West” part 2 of 3 by Philip Yordan; SHORT STORY = “The Cub Scout Who Didn't” by Gertrude Carrick - “The Blue-eyed Horse” by Michael Fessier - “Serpent in the Sun” by Hugh B. Cave; ARTICLES = “Who Else is Listening ? - Wiretapping” part 1 of 2 Bernard B. Spindel with Bill Davidson; “20 New Budget Vacations” by Norman D. Ford; “That Friend of Your Wife's Named Dior” by Richard Donovan; “Africa” by Chester Bowles; “The Night of the Hunter – From Book into Movie”; “How Can this Man Help Your City ? - Public Administration Service” by Mortom M. Hunt; “The San Andreas Fault – Mother of Earthquakes” by Joseph Laitin; “From Plebe to President – Ike as his Classmates Remember Him”;)

JULY 8 (FRONT COVER = Statue of Liberty's Torch with New York City in the Background; BACK COVER AD = L and M Cigarettes; SERIAL = “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” part 1 of 3 by Sloan Wilson; SHORT STORY = “Human Target” by George Fielding Eliot - “How to Bite a Bear” by William B. Eidson - “Ambush on Camden Road” by John A. Leland; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Sweet Land of Liberty” Photo Story; “Report on the Hoover Commission” by Robert J. Donovan; “Do You Really Play Golf ? - 25 Questions and Answers” by Joseph C. Dey Jr.; “Down He Goes at $800 a Day – Diver E.R. Cross” by Robert de Roos; “Big League Little Leagers in Schenectady”; “Wake Up and Eat” by George M. Mardikian;)

JULY 22 (FRONT COVER = Jameson Forest Fire; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Maureen O'Hara; SERIAL = “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” part 2 of 3 by Sloan Wilson; SHORT STORY = “Something to Share” by Georges Carousso - “The Nairobi Incident” by Robert C. Ruark - “Get Going, O'Shea” George S. Reeves; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Forest Fire” by Robert de Roos and Alva Neuns; “Earl Wilson has Fun Snapping Celebs at F/2 ASA 800”; “The Manpower Problem in the Air Force” by Bill Mauldin; “The Importance of Being Marty – Ernest Borgnine” by Gilbert Millstein; “You Can Fool Some of the Hitters All of the Time” by Warren Spahn with Bill Fay; “Making Money by Mail” by Robert Froman; “Ike and Zhukov – Minutes of Their Last Meeting” by Paul P. Roudakoff;)

AUGUST 5 (FRONT COVER = “Napoleon and Marie-Louise; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Sloan Wilson; SHORT STORY = “The Big Hustle” by Walter S. Tevis - “Marriage on Location” by Jerome Weidman; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Lost Letters of Marie-Louise to Napoleon” part 1 of 2 by Theodore H. White; “We Swan the Colorado” by Bill Beer; “...As Germans See Us” by John F. Mead; “Kansas Picnic – Susan Strasberg; “Pick and Shovel Historian – Roland Wells Robbins” by Evan Jones; “Big Ben – Silenced Next Year for Repairs” by E.R. Yarham; “Ike's Bunkered Haven – Burning Tree Country Club, Washington” by Andrew Tully;)

AUGUST 19 (FRONT COVER = Kissing Gouramies; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Sinners and Shrouds” part 1 of 4 by Jonathan Latimer; SHORT STORY = “I'd Sign Anything” by Nicholas Di Minno - “George's Uranium Bonanza” by Hannibal Coons - “Hide-out for a Hero” by Celso Al. Carunungan; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The Big Splash in Tropical Fish”; “The Lost Letters of Marie-Louise to Napoleon” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Theodore H. White; “Missle Base in Germany” by James J. Haggerty Jr.; “They're Singing All-Nite in Dixie – Wally Fowler's Gospel Sings” by Allen Rankin; “We Want a School ! - All Across Asia” by Delia and Ferdinand Kuhn; “Baseball is a Different Game Now” by Pee Wee Reese with Tom Meany;)

SEPTEMBER 2 (FRONT COVER = 2-year old Jocelyn Harris in her Father Dr. William M. Harris' Arms; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = “Sinners and Shrouds” part 2 of 4 by Jonathan Latimer; SHORT STORY = “Wake Up and Get Famous” by Tom Bradshaw - “Murder Fish” by John Kruse - “The Job that Wouldn't Wait” by Sheila Sibley - “A Home for His Wife” by John Cunningham; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The New Gesell Study on Child Behavior” by Jack Harrison Pollack; “”Psalm of the Bloodbank” poem by Carl Sandburg; “Up in Edie's Room – Oscar Winner Fashion Designer Edith Head” by Joseph Laitin; “The Harry Cain 'Mutiny' – Attack on Eisenhower's Security Program” by L. Edgar Prina; “Whittling Capitol of America – Leslie, Arkansas” by Ben Lucien Burman; “How to Strike it Rich – School for Prospectors” by Murray Morgan; “A Soldier Relives Anzio” by Audie Murphy; “Myster Man of the Red Army – Vassily Sokolovsky” by Harrison E. Salisbury;)

SEPTEMBER 16 (FRONT COVER = Admiral Arleigh Burke; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Brian Keith; SERIAL = “:Sinners and Shrouds” part 3 of 4 by Jonathan Latimer; SHORT STORY = “Death on the Avenida” by Borden Deal - “Debt to a Stranger” by Elliott Arnold - “Tucker's Awful Secret” by John Bell Clayton; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – 31-Knot Burke – How Will he Run the Navy ?” by Walter Karig; “Women's Fashion – Hunting Jackets go to Town”; “Francis Wallace's 16th Football Preview”{; “Sophia in Sorrento – Sophia Loren”; “When You Buy a Suit are You...A Wrap-up ? A Dreamer ? A Larry ?” by Gledhill Cameron; “Will You Pay for TV ?” by Bill Davidson; “The Fish – The Coelacanth” by James Dugan; “The Style's the Thing – Car Designing” by James J. Haggerty Jr.;)

SEPTEMBER 30 (FRONT COVER = Arthur Godfrey; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “Sinners and Shrouds” part 4 of 4 conclusion by Jonathan Latimer; SHORT STORY = “Why Rustlers Never Win” by Henry Gregor Felsen - “So Far From Home” by Ann Chidester - “Emergency Jump” by Walt Grovel ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Arthur Godfrey – It Doesn't Seem Like Old Times” by John Crosby; “World Series Laughs” by Tom Meany; 'Special Rport – The Guaranteed Annual Wage” by Siler Freeman; “Bicycles Built for 2,200 Girls – Smith College”; “Bao Dai – The Case of the Absentee Emperor” by David Schoenbrun; “The Marvels in Our Museums – Especially for Children”; “The Doctor with 2,300 Patients a Day – Public Health Inspector at the Port of New York” by Robert Bendiner; “Football Games aren't Won on Saturday” by UCLA Head Coach Henry (Red) Sanders with Melvin Durslag; “A New Way to Pay Teachers” by Howard Whitman;)

OCTOBER 14 (FRONT COVER = Man in Manhole looking Up at Women's Legs; BACK COVER AD = Camel with General Chennault; SERIAL = “Hickory Dickory Death” by part 1 of 3 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = “After Office Hours” by Roy Hilligoss - “Series Opener” by Charles Einstein - “A Secret from My Wife” by Samuel F. Babbitt; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Sheer Delight Women's Stockings” by Helen Markel; “The Man at Ike's Right Hand – Sherman Adams” by Robert J. Donovan; “TV Imports – Jeannie Carson – Maurice Chevalier – Claire Bloom – Noel Coward – Gillian Barber – Laurence Olivier – Robin Hood – Orson Welles – Sadler's Wells Ballet – Kay Kendall” by Evelyn Harvey; “It Is the Sentence of this Court...” by Chief Judge Bolitha J. Laws; “Quemoy – The Immediate Threat to Peace”{ by Admiral Charles M. Cooke; “The Arm and the Leg – Quarterback Len Dawson and Running Back Hopalong Cassady” by Bill Fay;)

OCTOBER 28 (FRONT COVER = In the Ring with Arruza; BACK COVER AD = L and M Cigarettes; SERIAL - “Hickory Dickory Death” part 2 of 3 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = “The Numbers Game” by Stewart Pierce Brown - “Never Marry a Stranger” by Herbert A. Francis - “Joe – Cat Cum Laude” by Richard Stern; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Dramatic Story of a Matador's Return” by Barnaby Conrad; “The Democrats are Off and Running for 1956” by Theodore H. White; “The U.S.S. Forrestal – World's Largest Warship”; “Cagney – Paradoxical James Cagney” by Cameron Shipp; “Women's Fashion – With a Foreign Flair”; “I Watch the Quarterback” by Paul Brown with Bill Fay; “Bong ! Bong ! Bong ! - Lawrence Clark and his Collection Of Fire Fighting Equipment” by Evan Jones;)

1956

FEBRUARY 17 (FRONT COVER = Herman Wouk; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Rock Hudson; SHORT NOVEL = “The 'Lomokome' Papers” by Herman Wouk; SHORT STORY = “Wedding Day Logic” by Charles Einstein - “What Every Man Knows” by Glendon Swarthout - “Fifty Dollar Husband” by Bill Gulick; ARTICLES = “How to Live on Stilts 110 Miles at Sea – Texas Tower Radar Station” by James J. Haggerty Jr.; “Champion's Dawn – Figure Skater Tenley Albright”; “The Folklore of Love” by Duncan Emrich; “The Man to Watch in North Africa – Habib Bourguiba” by Delia and Ferdinand Kuhn; “The Changing Role of the Vice-President” by Robert Bendiner; “Movie Preview – Around the World in 80 Days” by Martha Weinman;)

MARCH 30 (FRONT COVER = “San Francisco on Fire” by Anonymous; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Hunters” conclusion by James Salter; SHORT STORY = “Crazy Guys are Best” by Timothy Fuller - “All in the Mind” byRuth Henning - “Lost Sister” by Dorothy M. Johnson; ARTICLES = “Earthquake ! San Francisco's Day of Terrot – April 18, 1906” by Robert O'Brien; “Tom Meany's Baseball Picks for 1956”; “A Visit with Mr. Fitz and Nashua – Race Horse Trainer and Horse” by John McNulty; “Teresa at Twilight – Ballerina Teresa del Rio”; “Do Income Tax Exemptions Make Sense ?” by Stanley S. Surrey; “Lucky to be Lindy” by James Stewart with Joseph Laitin; “Man Owes his Freedom to God” by Arnold J. Toynbee;)

APRIL 13 (FRONT COVER = Susan Strasberg; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Phil Silvers; NOVELETTE = “Terror at Webb's Landing” by Frank Harvey; SHORT STORY = “Unscheduled Hero” by David Nevin - “The Enchantment” by Edwin A. Peeples - “Stowaway” by Richard Stern; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – A Season of Hits Brings a Broadway Boom”; “Benson and Brannan Debate the Farm Issue” by Ezra T. Benson; “Autos Made To Order – Selections of Color and Options” by Siler Freeman; “Cardinal Mindszenty Today – How the Reds Still Punish the Captive Prelate” by The Reverend Dr. Joseph Vecsey; “Action VS. Slums – Movie Cartoon”; “General Davis – On Taiwan today's Touchiest Front” by Peter Kalischer;)

MAY 11 (FRONT COVER = Phil Silvers and the Cast of “Sgt. Bilko”; BACK COVER AD = Chesterfield; SERIAL = “The Kean Land” part 1 of 2 by Jack Schaefer; SHORT STORY = “The Scent of Danger” by Dan Tyler Moore - “The Kiss at Croton Falls” by Irwin Shaw - “Class D Violence” by Charles Einstein; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Backstage With Phil Silvers”Michael Drury; “Kefauver Rides Again ! - Democratic Hopeful” by Theodore H. White; “Gesell on Youth – Part 1 The Years From 10 to 12” by Jack Harrison Pollack; “You Can Go Home Again” by Eric Sevareid; “Prison Without Bars – Iwahig Penal Colony, Philippines” by Bruno Shaw; “Big Galoot from Vinegar Bend – Cardinal Pitcher Wilmer Mizell” by Tom Meany; “Subways Under the Icecap – Army Experimenting in Greenland” by James J. Haggerty Jr.;)

MAY 25 (FRONT COVER = Pretty Blonde Teen-ager; BACK COVER AD = Winston; SERIAL = “The Kean Land” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Jack Schaefer; SHORT STORY = “Leni” by Elizabeth Starr Hill - “You Know Then So Little” by Josiah E. Greene - “The Idea Man” by Robert McLaughlin; ARTICLES = “Gesell on Teen-agers – Part 2 New Insight into the Years 13 to 16” by Jack Harrison Pollack; “The Vanishing Cowboy” by Frank Farmer; “Rembrandt - 350th Anniversay of his Birthday”; “I Play Baseball for Money – Not Fun” by Duke Snider with Roger Kahn; “What Made Vuky Race ? - Race Car Driver Bill Vukovich” by Cornelius Ryan; “Boston's $50,000,000 Mile – Superhighway”; “The Weeper – Rod Steiger” by Aline Mosby;)

JUNE 8 (FRONT COVER = Vikki Dougan; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Old Yeller” part 1 of 3 by Fred Gipson; SHORT STORY = “The Men Women Marry” by John D. MacDonald - “Flying Time; Seven Minutes” by Walt Grove - “Stacked Deck” by Lawrence G. Blochman; ARTICLES = “Four Great Medical Triumphs Just Ahead” by William L. Laurence; “20 Budget Vacations for 1956” by Norman D. Ford; “High Jinks in High Society – Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby”; “Religion Will Survive in Russia” by Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk; “...So Goes the South – Herman Talmadge” by George McMillan; “Women's Fashion – Dolled Up Swimsuits”; “The Major of St. Lo – Tom Howie” by Cornelius Ryan;)

JUNE 22 (FRONT COVER = “Breakaway Plane” by Robert McCall BACK COVER AD = Winston with Bob Cummings; SERIAL = “Old Yeller” part 2 of 3 by Fred Gipson; SHORT STORY = “Frame of Mind” by Sam F. Ciulla - “First Lesson” by Mildred Clingerman - “Death Starts a Rumor” by Charles B. Child; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Breakaway Plane and How to Bail Out at 2000 MPH” by James J. Haggerty Jr.; “Troubled South – Search for a Middle Ground” by C.A. McKnight; “10 Tips for Weekend Golfers” by Cary Middlecoff; “Men's Fashion – The Man in the Gray Dacron Suit”; “Why Close Schools in Summer ?” by Harry Henderson; “The Arts Look Lively in Boston” by Russell Lynes;)

JULY 6 (FRONT COVER = Yul Brynner; BACK COVER AD = Gleem Toothpaste; SERIAL = “Old Yeller” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Fred Gipson; SHORT STORY = “Operation Grandson” by Ray Wagner - “De Lucie Marriage Counselor” by Margaret Chase - “That Others May Live” by Elliott Arnold; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Why Do Women find him Irrestible ?” by Joel Sayre; “Why Women Live Longer than Men” by Leonard Engel; “The Pilgrims” Drawings and Story by David Eisenhower – Ike's Grandson; “Upsetting the Red Timetable – South Vietnam's Ngo dinh Diem” by Peter Kalischer; “Catfish Derby – Savannah, Tennessee”;The American Tradition – Ordeal by Handcart the Mormon Trek” by Wallace Stegner;)

JULY 20(FRONT COVER = President Eisenhower; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Phil Silvers; SERIAL = “Dead Man's Folly” part 1 of 3 by Agatha Christie; SHORT STORY = “The Silver Box” by Edward Maze - “The Solid Gold Undershirt” by Hannibal Coons - “The Happy Sun”: by Hugh Fosburgh; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – How Voter's Feel about Ike's Health” by Louis Harris; “Scramble on the Forrestal – Four Jet Fighters Taking Off Every 22 Seconds”; “As Rocky Paul Newman Scores a K.O.- Rocky Graziano Story”; “Hot Time in Old Newport – Jazz” by Elaine Guthrie Lorillard with Richard Gehman; “Women's Fashion – Play Clothes That Work”; “As Casey Stengel Sees Mickey Mantle” by Tom Meany;)

AUGUST 31 (FRONT COVER = Bert Lahr; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL = “Something Fishy” part 1 of 2 by P.G. Wodehouse; SHORT STORY = “Revolt in Suburbia” by John Keasler - “Claudie, Friend of Phlox” by Dillon Anderson; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Bert Lahr; What Every Politician Should Know”; “Our Crowded Sky – Travel in the Air from the Jenny to the Jet” by Theodore H. White; “Russia's Edge in Jetliners” by James J. Haggerty Jr.; “The Magic Fog – San Francisco”; “Those Efficient Europeans” by Robert Bendiner; “Now Man Made Virus” by Milton Silverman;)

SEPTEMBER 14 (FRONT COVER = Ed Sullivan; BACK COVER AD = Salem; SERIAL = “Something Fishy” part 2 of 2 conclusion by P.G. Wodehouse; COMPLETE MYSTERY = “Too Many Detectives” by Rex Stout; SHORT STORY = “Billy Who ?” by Lionel Olay - “Interesting Stranger” by Florence Jane Soman; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Ed Sullivan My Story” part 1 of 3 by Ed Sullivan; “These Children Share Their Eyes – Schoolmates Helping Blind Children”; “Where Men go Wrong about Women Voters” by Walter Davenport; “Francis Wallace's 17th Football Preview”; “Yul Brynner's Candid Camera Covers the Ten Commandments”;)

SEPTEMBER 28 (FRONT COVER = The Andrea Doria; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “The Hard Man” part 1 of 3 by Leo Katcher; SHORT STORY = “The Secret” by Steve Allen - “Miss Bangs and the Professor” by Helen Davis Szold - “A Master for Psalmsinger” by Dion Henderson; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Andrea Doria's Untold Story of Five Desperate Hours in Cabin 56” by Cornelius Ryan; “Why So Many Home Runs – is it E=1/2 MV 2 ?” by Tom Meany; “Fall Travel – Take an Autumn Leave”; “A Cartoonist Goes Campaigning” by Bill Mauldin; “To Help Your Child in School” by Dr. Harold G. Shane; “Franco's Successor ? - Prince Juan Carlos” by Leigh White; “Ed Sullivan My Story – The Feud with Godfrey” part 2 of 3 by Ed Sullivan; “L'Enfant Terrible – 7-year old Portland Mason” by Robert W. Marks;)

OCTOBER 12 (FRONT COVER = Adlai Stevenson and his Sons; BACK COVER AD = Camel with Phil Silver; SERIAL = “The Hard Man” part 2 of 3 by Leo Katcher; COMPLETE MYSTERY = “Five Fathoms to Murder” by Gordon Gaskill; SHORT STORY = “Go Fight City Hall” by Charles Einstein - “Fall Tryout” by William Heuman; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Adlai Stevenson as his Sons see Him” by Martin L. Gross; “Ed Sullivan My Story – After My Auto Crash” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Ed Sullivan; “Who is the Living Unknown Soldier ?” by Don Hogan; “The Secret Mercedes SLS – European Sports Car” Photo Essay; “College Football is Pro Football” by UCLA's Ronnie Knox; “David Sarnoff's Fifty Fabulous Years” by Thomas Whiteside;

OCTOBER 26 (FRONT COVER = Ingrid Bergman; BACK COVER AD = Coke; SERIAL =”The Hard Man” part 3 of 3 conclusion by Leo Katcher; SHORT STORY = “Campus VIP” by Murray Hoyt - “Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket” by Jack Finney - “A Good Vamp is Hard to Find” by Hannibal Coons; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – I am Not doing Penance for Anything” by Ingrid Bergman; “Campaign Buttons Write our Political History”; “How Eisenhower Saved the Republican Party” by Paul G. Hoffman; “Return of the Hiroshima Maidens – Love Helped to Heal the Devil's Claw Marks” by Gloria and Peter Kalischer; “Budget Vacations – Europe at a Discount”; “America's Olympic chances at Melbourne” by Bob Mathias with Melvin Durslag; “Rock 'n' Roll Battle – Pat Boone VS Elvis Presley”;)

NOVEMBER 9 (FRONT COVER = Danny Kaye; BACK COVER AD = Lucky Strike; SERIAL = “When Disaster Strikes” part 1 of 2 by Walt Grove; COMPLETE MYSTERY = “The Body in Roomette 9” by Howard and Luraine Rigsby; SHORT STORY = “The Haunting” by Davy Jones - “Mr. Chandra's Five Year Plan” by Christine Weston; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Ambassador at Large” by Danny Kaye; “The World's Worst Diet” by Harry Henderson; “Churchill at 82” by Drew Middleton; “A TV Game for Election Night” by Louis Harris; “What Americans Need to Learn About Sex” by Dr. Gelolo McHugh with J. Robert Moskin; “Virgil Partch Looks at Electrifying Football”; “The American Tradition – Thus the Frontier Vanished; The Oklahoma Land Rush” by James D. Horan;)

NOVEMBER 23 (FRONT COVER = Walter Winchell; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “When Disaster Strikes” part 2 of 2 conclusion by Walt Grove; SHORT STORY = “A Favor for Lefty” by Charles Einstein - “The Hunting of the Deer” by W.H. Prosser - “Letter to the Cardinal” by Allene Corliss; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Prowling the Night Beat with Walter Winchell; “Listen to Jack Benny”; “Chemicals to Starve Out Cancer” by Claude Stanush; “Soputh of Suez – Back Door to Strategic Oil Lands” by George Weller; “Land That They Love – The Cooks of New Providence, Iowa” by Merle Miller; “How Does Your Income Compare with Others ?” by Vance Packard; “The Ordeal of Bobby Cain – Negro Boy in a White School” by George McMillan; Women's Fashion – The Red Coats are Coming”; “The Case for Rough Football – Michigan Star Ron Kramer” by Bill Fay;)

DECEMBER 7 (FRONT COVER = Oklahoma Sooner's Jerry Tubbs, Bill Krisher and Bryon Searcy; BACK COVER AD = Sheaffer's Pens; NOVELETTE = “When Jack Smith Fought Old Satan” by Mary-Carter Roberts; COMPLETE MYSTERY = “Murder Hunts a Hero” by Hugh Pentecost; SHORT STORY = “The 17-Jewel Bait” by Weyman Jones - “The Strange Mercy” by Mary-Carter Roberts; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – The 67th All America Football Team; “The Aristocrat's Best Friend – Cyril Hankenson” by Robert Musel; “Where are the Heroes of World War Two ? - Report on a Few of Them”; “The Woman all Women Want to Be – Deborah Kerr” by Robert W. Marks; “The Spark that Set Off the Satellites – Youth in Poland and Hungary” by Flora Lewis; “How Much Debt is Right for You ?” by Martin Mayer;)

DECEMBER 21 (FRONT COVER = Sinking Jet the Pan American Strato Clipper Sovereign of the Skies; BACK COVER AD = Camel; SERIAL = “Doom Cliff” part 1 of 3 by Luke Short; SHORT STORY = “Christmas Tree” by Lee McGiffin - “Second Chance” by Marian Gavin - “The Three Wise Guys” by Damon Runyon; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – One Minute to Ditch” by Cornelius Ryan - “The Billion Dollar Change – The American Auto Industry” by Siler Freeman; “The Secret of Slenderella – The Weight Loss System” by Robert O'Brien; “36 Hours that Shook the Communist World” by Flora Lewis; “Temptation in the Toy Department”; “The American Tradition – The Barefoot Patriots at Valley Forge” by Oscar Handlin; “The Collier Trophy Winner – U.S. Air Force B-52 Jet Bomber” by James J. Haggerty Jr.;)

1957

JANUARY 4 (FRONT COVER = Princess Grace of Monaco; BACK COVER AD = The Jazztone Society; SERIAL = “Doom Cliff” part 2 of 3 by Luke Short; COMPLETE MYSTERY = “The Christmas Party Murder” by Rex Stout; SHORT STORY = “Grandpa and the Iroquois” by A.A. Davidson - “The Long Way Home” by Eustace Cockrell; ARTICLES = “Cover Story – Princess Grace gets Ready for Her Baby”; Special Report on Non-Delinquency – 18,000,000 Teenagers can't be Wrong” by Bill Davidson; “Look What's Moving by Pipe !” by Alfred Lansing; “He Makes Hockey Look Easy – Montreal's Jean Beliveau” by Tom Meany; “Is the Missionary Done For ?” by Delia and Ferdinand Kuhn; “Baby Doll – Carroll Baker”; “New Budget Winter Vacations”;)






 

 

 

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( 5 ); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

( 6 ); USA Funds CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for LOST CASH, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But Note that 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
( 7 ); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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>> Note; USA letters to Canada, need $1.25 in stamps;
Send to & make payment to;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
STEINBACH, MANITOBA
CANADA R5G 1B5

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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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