People: Dec. 22, 1967

Ask 22 different celebrities for ideas on how to decorate a Christmas tree, and what do they send? Twenty-two different personal plugs, that's what. Hallmark thought up the gimmick for a seasonal display at its Manhattan Gallery, decorating the trees according to suggestion. Jeweler Harry Winston fancied diamond sparkles, Rex Harrison (Dr. Dolittle) spoke up for animal heads, Cartoonist Charles Schulz wanted a pine branch atop Snoopy's doghouse, Julia Child recommended pots and pans on a stainless-steel tree, and Leontyne Price wanted her tree covered in opera programs. Pop Sculptor Marisol,-37, was one of the few who eschewed a personal trademark,...

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