He plots another story (a romance, judging by other months) for Dorothy Woolfolk to script.
He receives an end-of-the-year bonus from one of the companies: $75, the equivalent of an average story. I'll guess it's Orbit—in a house ad they boast of their highly-paid editorial staff, which listed in some books includes the writers and artists.
Woolfolk has already done an "Ibistick Fails" story, published in Whiz 92, but it's a completely different plot.
December 1950 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|10 pg||Ibis||the Ibistick fails|
|"The Ibistick Fails" Whiz 135, July/51|
|12||Wild Bill Pecos||the outlaw train|
|"The Outlaw Train" The Westerner 36, May/51|
|9||Captain Marvel Jr.||tunnel to the future|
|"CMJ and the Tunnel to the Future" CMJ 99, July/51|
|12||Loan Shark Racket||family man crook|
|"The Loan Shark Boss" Wanted 37, May/51|
|7||Arizona Raines||the phantom stagecoach|
|"The Phantom Stagecoach" Crack Western 73, July/51|
|4||Hitchhiker||murderer takes the identity of another—also murderer|
|"Hitch Hiker" Wanted 37, May/51|
|9||Captain Marvel Jr.||battles Big Smoky|
|10||"CMJ Battles Big Smoky" CMJ 102, Oct/51|
|3||Dorothy story||Love Diary|
|7||Monte Hale||the demons in the hayloft|
|"MH and the Uninvited Demons" Western Hero 105, Aug/51|
|12||Wild Bill Pecos||land of the pygmy Indians|
|"Land of the Pygmy Indians" The Westerner 37, June/51|