HOLLYWOOD * By DAN THOMAS (NE^) fONlGtlT. STATE: "the Things that Qjunti." ..ihrefe-act comedy pres- ennktiffh Iby Rhinelander .- Little Theater guild for Benefit school milk- fund, , . . „ l-Cnristmas program will be given on Wiirsd'ay evening, Dec. 22, in the Woodrtfff gymnasium.— Dr, Torpy Minocqua was a professional call- | _______ _____ ^ er at; the Woodruff school on Mon- ' see~m~to~ appreciatVlihe'true value of day of last week.— The play to be her hussby, , Marquis Henri de la ' lven by the hlgh sch ° o1 secllon of Falaise.' HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 19—If It isn't one thing, it's a couple others, say harassed studio executives. And one thing that's causing them plenty of Worry figh't how IS the high regard regard 1 various stars H"ave for the "talents"-^reat; or fancied—of tlielr respective. SpoUSes. ' » For example, they declare, It's not exactly pleasant to have Constance Bennett st'lcft..her head In the door and call 'tViem & bunch of nu skulls slmpl^ because they do the Woodruff school Is a royalty Connie's opinion of studio bosses play entitled, "Come Let Us Adore wollld rlse cong i de r a bly if' they Him."'The members of the cast are would Rlve the marqul s 8ome thlng as follows: Margaret Seller, Betty to do of so much lmportance that fclgfik, Nell Buck, Chauncey Hunt, on just one occaslon he .couldn't Harold Mattke, John Elliott, Henry j pogsi(bly ,, e spared to go away '"with Schlecnt, Edgar Rudolph, Leland hel . . for a Jaunt to Ne w y 0 rk. or Schwager, Gerald Nelmy, Byron E urope Boelter, Dennis Paquette, Russell st ,. angelv ^nough, usually it is Hunt Florian Cher^nskt, Leota the , r , wh -, • < h h , f , Buck, Joy Walsh and Geraldirie Per- who , f h H f-T^ 1 ""? S f 6C r , 2 , ,° hufeb y' s tale »ts aren't quite appre- school Monday after a week of 111- cMed ,„ qufte ft few ^ stance .f Pthe husband has been literally drng-ped into a studio job. Janet's Happy Now. „'.,•' Janet Gaynor's husband, Lydell nesp. Woodruff News. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Goff and son, Leoh, and daughter, Helen and MISS Lillian Grundy. of Mlnocqua, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.,'Feh-ls Jossart in Minocqua last Sunday.— MfS. Jet-erne Walsh and daughters, ifeari and Jay and Mrs. Doremeyer motored to Rhinelander on Saturday of last week. — Mr. and Mrs. Charles ThUhnel spent the Week-end In Merrill',' Merrill',' where they visited friends and 'relatives.—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gon- grtware of JronWood, Mich., visited at the home ot Mr. Gongaware's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gong- ftWare on Sunday of last week.— Miss Helen Goff has,, returned to Peck, was a San Francisco attorney when she married him. Now he Is an associate, producer at the Fox Studio, where ,'Janet, also is under contract. And at last Janet is happy. Gloria' Swanson never said much abo"ut the talents of the Marquis de la Falaise when she was married to him. But she regards her fourth husband, Michael Farmer, as an outstanding acton In fact, despite protests, she insisted upon having him for the leading man in the film she' recently produced in England. It is reported, however, that he later was demoted to a lesser role.