William Woolfolk sold scripts to Orbit and DC in November.
Again, I couldn't find the publication of the Prescription for Happiness installment, but the odds look good for Love Diary 41 or 42. Woolfolk wrote six of these in May/53-Feb/54, the months in which he wrote non-series stories that ended up in the eight issues 38-45, so the chance that the Prescription story in each of those issues was his would be a good 75%.
November 1953 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|7 pg||Behind Closed Doors||confessions of a baby sitter|
|"Behind Closed Doors" Love Diary 41, Mar/54|
|2||Prescription for Happiness||guy loves a selfish gal|
|6||The Way to the Heart||a gal who likes to domineer|
|"The Way to a Man's Heart " L Diary 42, Apr/54|
|6||Texans Are Terrific||a soldier who thinks only Texans can really fight|
|"Texans Are Terrific" Star Spangled War Stories 21, May/54|
|6||Beautiful and Bad||respectable guy can't resist a wanton beauty|
|"Blonde, Beautiful and Bad" L Diary 42, Apr/54|
|6||The Sergeant-General||sergeant thinks he could run war better than top brass|
|"The 60-Minute General" SSWS 21, May/54|
|6||Pick-Up||girl who accepts pick-ups—to her regret|
|"Pickup" Love Diary 42, Apr/54|
|8||Mysto||club of pilots who also hold unusual other jobs—meet death|
|"Wings of Danger" Detective 206, Apr/54|
|6||Take Her Down||sub commander who has never had a "kill" brings in one triumph|
|"The Dry-Run Sub" Our Army at War 23, June/54|
The SSWS cover I picked as an illustration doesn't show a scene from a Woolfolk story, but at least it mentions his story titles.