Neat Wrapping Aids Appearance Of Holiday Gifts Men are seldom noted for their daintiness, especially around Christmastime. Christ-mastime. But they aren't the only ones whose gifts present a sorry sight with bulgy paper covering and loose string that portends early disintegration dis-integration of the wrapping. Even some women confess that they wrap their gifts several times before their appearance is satisfactory. The best of "wrappers" are only amateurs, however, compared with the girls in large department stores who "gift wrap" all iy long. For most articles whose shapes make wrapping difficult they have an effective solution: "Corrugate it." .This means that the bundle is wrapped lengthwise and sidewise in corrugated paper before putting fancy fan-cy Christmas paper around it "Corrugation "Cor-rugation will cover a multitude of shapes," they explain. They suggest sug-gest five steps when wrapping simple sim-ple packages: 1. Fold the paper over the bundle. Line up the two open sides, then fold them back two or three inches to prevent paper cuts by getting the sharp edge of the paper out of the way. 2. Draw folded paper snug. The paper should be made to rest tightly around the lengthwise section ol the bundle. 3. r old in the ends. Holding the package as shown in drawing number num-ber 2, turn the corners diagonally diag-onally inward. The pointed section that remains is then folded back against the side of the package. 4. Wind string around package. First wind the string around the bundle lengthwise and then make a "figure 8" knot. This is an ordi- nary shp knot that is turned once before it is slipped. It looks like a figure 8 when tied and makes a perfect per-fect slip knot. 5. Tie the string. After the string is run through the figure 8 knot lengthwise, simply continue the string around the bundle sidewise. and tie the ends of the string. Extra care in wrapping will make even the most inexpensive gifts more presentable.