A handsome, thirty-year-old man, talented in various fields, is suffering from amnesia. On a cold winter night, he finds himself lost, cold and hungry on the main street of a town in North Dakota. He doesn’t know how he has arrived in this town and he knows nothing about himself. Occasionally an image from the past enters his mind. But it quickly fades away, leaving him confused and bewildered. He enters a diner and learns the name of the town is Brookville and that it is a few days before Christmas. He discovers he has no wallet or money to pay for the meal he has eaten. Andy, the owner, trusts him to pay for the dinner at another time and allows him to stay for the night in his brother’s hotel. Not remembering his name, glancing at the menu, he tells Andy his name is Mark Menu. Andy invites him to a Christmas Eve part at The Church of Our Lord Dinning Hall. In the following days Mark Menu becomes a popular person in Brookville because of his helpful kindness toward others as they all wish him a Merry Christmas. In the end he remembers who he is and goes home, sadly disappointing the girl who has fallen in love with him.