Clumsy Santa at Teeter's Restaurant

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Clumsy Santa at Teeter's Restaurant  - MARTINSBURG L. L, Provins and son Lloyd Provins...
MARTINSBURG L. L, Provins and son Lloyd Provins left on Saturday morning, to visit the former's son-in-law and daughter 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ake and family at Wllliamsport, Mrs. Benjamin Emenhelser and daughter Betty Jean and son Donald, and Mrs. Emenhelser's sister Catherine Catherine Teeter of Ellzabethtown are visit- I ing at the home of their father and I step-mother Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I Teeter.' Santa Claus visited the Teeter | restaurant on Christmas noon, but Instead Instead of entering the usual way, by the chimney, he entered by the front door and got tangled up with Mrs. Teeter's nice large ferns in the front of 'the room, upsetting one pedestal and jardiniere which upset the second, e,tc;, until four jardinieres were broken and the ground scattered over the floor. It caused considerable excitement excitement for a while and scared the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teeter very badly. The folks at the home had a delightful delightful Christmas. In the morning each one met with a surprise as they entered entered the dining- room, in the way of a treat and gifts for which they were very grateful and thankful. At noon they enjoyed a delightful turkey dinner dinner with everything that goes with It. Four turkeys were prepared for'the occasion. Howard Cowen donated two bushels of Stark's delicious apples on Christmas.„for which the home .expresses .expresses its thanks. The Missionary society society of the First Church of the Brethren In Altoona donated one dozen dozen each of pillow cases and sheets; Mrs. Margaret Decker of Bellwood donated donated towels and pillow cases; the class of Volunteers of the First Church of the Brethren in Altoona, sent out a treat on Tuesday for each one of the home folks. The home la, very thankful for each and every donation received. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Batzel, steward and matron of the home, were the recipients of many valuable and useful useful gifts from' the guests of the home and surrounding friends., In the evening- evening- they laid all their gifts on the kitchen table, filling it, then each guest entered the kitchen to view the gifts. Mr. v and Mrs. Batzel express their thanks to each and every one for the kindness shown them.

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  1. Altoona Mirror,
  2. 30 Dec 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 14

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