Continuing my transcriptions of William Woolfolk's script sales records, scanned by Marc Svensson through the good graces of Donna Woolfolk; my additions of publication data are in bold.
Quality, Fawcett, and Orbit are still the steady buyers.
UPDATE: I assumed "The Fighting Cabbie" fitted into Wanted 16; but now that I've seen the issue, I find no cabbies.
If the Monte Hale stories are being published in roughly the order received, the only issue of Real Western Hero available for either of these is the unindexed issue 75; the stories in 74 and (the slightly changed title) Western Hero 76-78 are Woolfolk's, written in other months. With more slots to fill in each Monte Hale Western, that would be the better possibility.
June 1948 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|11 pg||Blackhawk||crime conspiracy to take over the U.S.|
|"Criminal Number One" BH 24, Apr/49|
|9||Ibis||Taia becomes an enchanted maiden at King Arthur's Court|
|"The Enchanted Maiden" Whiz 106, Feb/49|
|7||The Fighting Cabbie|
|7||Captain Marvel||world's greatest lawyer|
|"The World's Greatest Lawyer" CM Advs 93, Feb/49|
|10||Doll Man||Darrel Dane's double|
|"Darrel Dane's Double" Feature 133, Apr/49|
|7||Monte Hale||gun runners|
|MH Western or Real Western Hero c. Feb/49|
|9||Captain Marvel||book that contains all knowledge|
|"The Book of All Knowledge" CM Advs 93, Feb/49|
|11||Blackhawk||the phantom bombers|
|"Captain Suicide" BH 24, Apr/49|
|9||Monte Hale||tournament for marksmen|
|MH Western or RWH c. Feb/49|
|15||The Pony Express|
|14||as Wild Bill Pecos||"The Pony Express" The Westerner 17, Dec/48|
|7||Ibis||the gorgon's sisters|
|"Labyrinth of the Lost" Whiz 107, Mar/49|