These scripts noted in William Woolfolk's notebook sold to Timely and Fawcett; and one sold to the Lutheran Church.
The "Death Mask Dance" story not only sat on the shelf for some time, but the editors expanded it by two pages to fit the slot as the Timely superheroes' first run drew to a close in 1949.
September 1946 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|12 pg||Captain America||house that moves|
|7||Captain Marvel Jr.||Jumbo the whale|
|"Jumbo the Whale" CMJ 48, Apr/47|
|7||Captain America||masks of murder|
|9||"Death Mask Dance" Marvel Mystery 90, Feb/49|
|7||Captain Marvel Jr.||bluecoat's honor|
|"A Bluecoat's Honor" CMJ 49, May/47|
|7||Captain America||house of cards|
|"The Devil to Pay" Mar Mys 83, June/47|