The Milwaukee Sentinel ran more than one Hollywood gossip column. One of its contributors was Eileen Percy, an actress just ending her career before the camera -- she has two 1933 credits listed at IMDB. She's most likely to be remembered as Douglas Fairbanks Sr.'s leading lady for three pictures in the late teens. Here's a clip from her column for this day in 1933.
Miriam Hopkins's reconciliation with Paramount didn't go perfectly smoothly. "Mike" would be released later this year as Torch Singer, with Claudette Colbert starring. Meanwhile, Columbia would release Robert Riskin's "Rules for Wives" script in June as Ann Carver's Profession, with Fay Wray starring. It sounds interesting.