HOLLYWOOD -- Sinclair Lewis declares Bette Davis s the girl for the lead in his story, "Handbook on Jealousy." . . . Linda Darnell's mama was shot-gun-shooting mad when her daughter eloped. . Gloria Jean, who, and it may surprise you, will one day be the beauty of this town, celebrated her seventeenth birthday with a party and all of the trimmings. to mention hosts of presents from her fans. Ann Sothern is readying her trousseau. . . . Charles Boyer like to go on the stage and do play. Broadway of course, Ginger Rogers has deserted her big Hollywood home with its ice cream fountain and swimming pool, to live in one tiny hotel room at Jolla to be near her husband, Jack Briggs of the marines, Joan Benneti, while awaiting the stork, has written a book on to Be Attractive." Short cuts to Mrs, t of the 25 . beauty as neccssistalcd by the de- be mands of wartime conditions. .Joan says a woman's beauty aids morale --but that the war routine has changed women's routine, They no longer can devote the time they once did to their appearance. But beauty can still be attained. Linda Darnell was seen lunching . with Kay Kyser at the Brown , _ and so the r o m a n t ic build- j p was given--and wasn't released generally unli] after her marriage. Things hap-pe-n that fast in Hollywood. George Burns and Grade Allen hear that some of the local midgets are forming a newspaper organization patterned on the Tass news service in Russia. The little folk are calling theirs the Demi-Tass. It takes Anabella to top the in this town for unusual jewelry. She had a bracelet--with a picture gallery motif. It has four black cameos rimmed wi'th tiny diamonds, each cameo opening like a locket to reveal pictures of Husband Ty- i rone Power in his. favorite screen roles. That's an idea that can be n i t of the by duplicated by any girl better still any guy for his gal.