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'AGE FOURTEEN"

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1936

AGE FOURTEEN THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1936

Here Are Some Gift Suggestions Concerning A

l oinan's Christmas

Perfume A Weleo
But Choose
Perfume may not be an unusual or
an inspired gift selection, but it is
certain to be a popular one. We have
yet to meet the woman who is not
delighted with a gift of perfume no
matter how many other bottles she
may have. Of, course, great care
should be taken in selecting perfume,;

generalities, the personal taste of the
im e Present recipient must be taken into consid-
eration and if it is possible to deter-
Scents Carefull nmne tactfully the particular brand
Jselikes best, this is the best course
to pursue.
and the type of woman who is to Illustrated here are four of thei
receive the gift must be taken into smartest bottles available on thet
consideration. For example, a heavy market at the moment. All contain
langorous scent would not be suitable excellent perfumes of recognized
for a blonde and vivacious girl, while quality and their unique packaging
a light and sparkling odor would be enhances their attraction.
equally inappropriate for a tall dark A gift of toilet water is often most
and quiet girl. In addition to these acceptable and the bottle displayed
at the top of this group is one of the
more popular varieties. It comes in a
box including an atomizer top which
akes it doubly practical for use. A
ke ibx of bath or dusting powder
is a very welcome gift and the smart
nd :imple design of the box shown
.re makes it an ideal gift.

Mule Type Slipper Smart, Useful k
Is Fair Sex Choice Handbags Are
Fashion decrees more emphasis on-1r
feet and hostess and boudoir slippers Ever eleoine

NECKERCHIEFS ARE POPULAR Scout manner.
The universality of sweaters among These make an ide'al gift for there
college women makes it necessary for are few limitations in buying one ex-
cept for size. Paisley is particularly
them to have a variety of necker- attractive in such neckerchiefs as
chiefs which are worn in the Boy well as related foulards.

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are obeying this dictum. Fabrics for
the new mules range from kid and
o flde to Lhe more luxurious velvet

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Brown, Black Best Types
For Street Wear; Color
Leads For Evening
Even though Dame Fashion has
taken a sudden fancy for variety in
multi-color ensembles it is still fash-
ionable to keep handbags in the more
conservative colors.
Handbags are excellent gift choices
.ind every girl is thrilled to receive
a bag of good taste. Black or brown
choices are always good and very
practical as well as smart. Colored
bags are not "tabooed" but it is wise
to let the individual choose these ac-
cording to her own personal tastes !
and costumes.
One very popular and attractive
bag is the simple envelope type of
rich brown leather fastened with a

A Luxury 6ift

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In the lower left-hand corner of:
he group is a smart hpstick in an
.ndividual container and a jeweled
ompact. When purchasing lipsticks
and compacts, be sure you get the
ight shade of powder and lipstick for
he woman in question. It often
akes a good deal of maneuvering to
discover these details, and for the
Subtlety of the interrogation it is best
not to wait until the day before
Christmas to ask a girl what shade of
owder and lipstick she .ordinarily
ises.
Howvever, these details are all im-
v. taut and consequently should not
c neglected. Good perfume requires
Lt a few drops each time it is used
id consequently even a small bottle
All last a lcg time and will be a
onstant reminder of the donor.
Flowers Make
Ideal Presents
For Christmas,
Flowers make welcome gifts at any
me of the year and at Christmas
hen they are less plentiful than
os: other seesns, they are partic-_
1' rly valuae If you are puzzlec
over the selection of a gift for a
hostess who entertained you at an

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Hand-Made
Lingerie

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md satins. The styles feature nc
toes rand both high and low heels.
The upper of the two m3dels shown
.;uld be aapopriatet with a hosies:
;wn for its slender high heel and
white fur trimming make it formal
.he lower slipper whose low heel
ives it practicality can also be worn
%r Sunday evenings at home because
of the elegance of its gold kid and
black suede combination.
Cigarette Cases,
Lighters Make
Good Presents
Smart Accessories Made
Especially For Women'
Users Are Shown
Nowadays there are almost as
many women smokers as there are
mn, or so it seems, and these ladies
'ike smart accessories for their cig-
:ttes. Both cigarette cases and
tlhte:s, especially designed for fe-
ade iue, are on the market, and
.s arnatian compacts and cigarette
s~ are also available. Here are

Gift Suggestion No. 1

ported from France, and
made entirely by hand, is a
luxurious gift any woman
would joyfully receive. Gleam-
ing pure dye pure silk satins
and crepes have been com-
bined with fine laces, em-
broidered and fagotted by
hand. Every piece is a mas-
terpiece in itself.
GOWNS - - - SLIPS
PANTIES
$2.00 to $16.50
Dusk-Rose Tea-Rose White
Egyptian-Blue

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gold clip and will be certain to find
favor with discriminating women.
Another bag, with great accommoda-
tien possibilities, is a severely tail-
ored, oblong which fastens with an
end clip. A novel feature of this end
clip of dull metal is a smart min-
iature watch set in the center.
Evening bags are important acces-
sories for formal dress and in this
case we may be more fanciful in both'
2olr and material. In fact, glittery
bags will add zest to any evening
frock. One very striking evening bag
is designed in a beautiful flower pat-
~tern on metallic brocade.

W77u' 4cru du Gardenia
"-What more subtle compliment
can he paid to the recipient than that expressed by
Mary Dunhill's delightful ensemble,- Frou Frou du
Gardenia Perfume, - "Pert-Top' Lipstick. - gardenia-
scented Face Powder and Dusting Powder In an
attractive circular box adorned
vith a huge gardenia

GOODYEAR'S
COLLEGE SHOP and DOWNTOWN STORE

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arlier date, flowers provide the an-
,wer to the question. If you must
nake a gift to a woman you know
. slightly and whose tastes you
,e unfamiliar with, flowers are al-
ways sure to please. They have the
additional virtue of being moderate
in price.
Handkerchief, Like Tie,
Is Good Christmas Gift
The handkerchief occupies the
ame position as the necktie in the
'isting of unusual Christmas pres-
n's, for though it has not surprising
riginality it is always welcome.
Women's handkerchiefs come in a
variety of materials, colors and sizes
and despite the apparent imperson-
dlity of handkerchiefs they can be
jade individual by monogramming.
Men are apt to think of the ortho-
dox white linen square with its plain
emstitched border when speaking
f handkerchiefs, but to a woman's
nind handkerchiefs suggest bright
olors, lace borders, filmy materials
that are almost transparent, and
large chiffon squares sprinkled with
sars and half moons. In other
vords for success in handkerchief
shopping for "her," cultivate the
emir ine point of view, however fan-
astic it may be.
East, Africa Serve
As Jewelry Motifs
Jewelry is "going native" this sea-
;on, with the adornments of Africa
and the rich East serving as the most
popular inspirations.
The jewelry may be genuine or
costume in patterns most bizarre, the
only apparent requisite being that
it must display good taste.
Above are shown three types ofl
bracelets all in the latest designs
according to Parisian decrees. The
upper one is of yellow metal and has
a hinge in the center. It fastens with
a clip and has a band of rhinestones
at its outer end. Below it to the left

-Copyright 1936, Esquire, Inc.

A fn Exquisite Christmas Morning Surprise
'Tho LESLIE
AlI pure silk
Satin Dasche . N-{<.
$500
toilored by 6j arbi.o
It's lovely to look at, delightful to
touch and heavenly to wear. Supple
Satin Dasche in luscious colors, with
a touch of Renaissance richness in the
braided shoulder and girdle.
Pompadour Pink, Sunset
Blue, Blush and White
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All Barbizon lingerie is made
of pure dye all pure silk.
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shown three cigarette cases suitable
or feminine use. The first of the
hree is a gold metal box set with
;emi-precious stones. This is a smart,
well-made case, and similar ones may
'e obtained from most reliable shops.
It holds a large number of cigarettes
and is practical as a gift for the heavy
smoker.
The second box is in Macassar
wood. This is somewhat smaller in
Size than the first, but it is very smart
and light in weight and fits into the
smaller handbags.
The third case of the group is in
black enamel and chromium and car-
ries a space wherson a monogram
may be engraved. This box is as
3apacious as the first and its simple
design makes it very smart for use
in town with tailored clothes.
Until quite recently, the only cig-
arette cases available for ladies were
tiny affairs which carried at the out-
side a half a dozen or eight cigarettes.
They were probably made that way
because it was assumed that ladies
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TOILETRI ES

Be sure and see our
of Lovely Gifts for
cosmetician is always

complete selection
her. Our trained
ready to serve you.

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