William Woolfolk's scripts in October went to Quality, Fawcett, and Timely.
Not only does the Blonde Phantom story in issue 13 of her title fit the number of pages given for this month's undescribed script, but it's in Woolfolk's style—the exclamation "Good glory!" (the BP story, top) is one clue to his work, as seen in another tier from the Captain America story (bottom) in Marvel Mystery 83 that Woolfolk submitted in September.
The Hopalong Cassidy story's final disposition is a mystery to me.
October 1946 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|11 pg||Blackhawk||island in the sky|
|"The Island in the Sky" BH 15, Sum/47|
|9||Hopalong Cassidy||plays a bluff|
|9||Blonde Phantom||"Peril from the Past" BP 13, Spr/47|
|"The Sky Matador" BH 15, Sum/47|
|13||Doll Man||Fat Catt|
|"The Man with Nine Lives" Feature 110, May/47|
|7||Captain America||gets amnesia|
|"24 Hours of Terror" Marvel Mystery 82, May/47|
|7||Captain America||murder at the Mardi Gras|
|6||"The Murder at the Mardi Gras" BP 16, Win/47-48|
|12||Doll Man||Lazarus returns from the dead|
|"The Man Who Returned from the Dead" DM 13, Sum/47|