Last year at Brinkley Court, the domestic staff decided to draw names for Christmas presents, so as to save a bit of money and yet still have a goodie to unwrap under the tree. Those involved in the pool included Seppings (butler), Anatole (chef), Mrs. Spinks (housekeeper), Myrtle (chambermaid), and Freddy (chauffeur). The gifts were as follows: a phonograph album of Singing Nuns, a box of Marzipans, a Murder Mystery, woolly underwear, and a toy archery set. These items were wrapped very festively in: shiny silver paper, stripey red paper, comic Santa paper, white tissue paper, and gilded Florentine paper.
Now, as it turned out, there were wheels within wheels, and Dahlia Travers, the lady of the house, had acquired a pen using disappearing ink so that she could write a cheque to a pressing creditor of Milady's Boudoir, that ever-insolvent periodical (being of good Wooster stock, she naturally intended to pay, but she needed a little lead time). This fountain pen somehow got loose in the household, and by chance all 5 of the participants in the Secret Santa drawing wrote their "To & From" tags in disappearing ink. As a result, Christmas morning, no one knew what was meant for whom.
Can you, with the help of the 8 clues given, help determine who bought which present to give to whom, and how it was wrapped?