THE MlCHYGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA (1!
THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE
CAPTURING AMERICA BY THE BIT.
THE CANDY GIFT THAT WILL BE REME M
Open 8 A.M. to
LIBERTY at FIFTH
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SALESMAN - A select company
rite centers including Pecans, Al-
Brazils and Filberts, Nut Yums,
Imond Toddles and other delect-
eations. Dipped in dark couverture.
ALS - the finest creams dipped in
ld's best chocolate, mellowed and
$1.65 - $3.25
AUGHTER - the world's master-
candy, all pieces dipped in milk
te, no creams.
$1.65 - $3.25
MINTS -. blended rich chocolate
ported mint flavors.
1.00 - $2.00 and $3.85
10 A.M. to 1 P.M.
5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
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TREE--Ornaments sparkle on
a tree that seems to reach to
In the uncomplicated mind of
a child, Christmas is a time of
carefree school-less days, cold soft
snow, odors of freshly baked cook-
ies and cakes, and festive trips to
stores to see what Santa's work-
men have produced.
Nor can all the realities behind
the glittering balls and shining'
silver trees of the department
stores disillusion the children, for;
they have the gift of"guilessnss,
a simplicity that creates real trips
to the moon from cardboard boxes
and. space helmets, changes foam
rubber teddy beas and rag dolls
into live people who 'share tea
parties, deepest secrets and scold-
ings from parents. To follow a
small boy around a toy store. to
Watch him change from spaceman
to sailor to the Dodge City Mar-
shall as he stares at the varieties
of costumes and equipment that
line the shelves in tempting array,
is truely }an adventure in imagina-
tion. A sandy-haired snub-nosed
boy becomes a bloodthirsty pirate
plundering up and down the Span-
ish Main when he grips the hilt
of an authentic though harmless
plastic sword. A little girl, who
had been wading in mud but a
half an hour ago, is transformed
into a demure mother as she ca-
resses adoll whose eyes are closed
ANTIQUE CAR-A model of a 1920 Stutz that you can really drive, complete with a horn that
honks and a crank that grinds, is a fascinating attraction for children used to long sleek autos.
Xmas at Hi-Fi & TV Center
(That's next to Hill Auditorium)
Tape Recorders $39 to $700
(Something for all purses)
Transistor Radios $18 to $80
(Nothing less than six transistors)
Stereo Systems from $95 to $2900
(We mean $95.00)
RADIOS f rom Santa .
(Telefunken -Zenith- Magnavox)
Stereo Headsets $19.95 to $40
(Listen to stereo through your ears)
Dynamic. Stereo Tonea 'rm $9.9,5
(Two heads - use one for each ear)
In the Bell Tower Hotel Building
304 S Thayer St. (Near Hill-Auditorium)
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Carmpus Store Pittsfield Village
304 South Thayer 3430 Washtenaw I
NO 5-8607 NO 8-8655
across from Hill Aud. We love students!
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True, one good Pendleton deserves another"
.. but hundreds of other fine
quality gifts are available from .
a pair of sox or a fine linen :
handkerchief to a pair of $35.00
imported Destino cuff links.
Slipper sox, plain or plaid wool . $3.50
Fine imported & domestic belts $2.50 up
Beautiful, soft gloves, lined or
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