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100 Years Ago

Good Samaritan Helps Stranger


Herald of May 20, 1921

Henrietta folks had their suspicions aroused when a stranger appeared in search of work. Failing to reveal his identity or reason for being there, some were ready to contact the constable. Acting as a good samaritan, one individual believed his story that he lost his job as a section hand in Pittsburgh when the great suspension came. In search of work, without money or friends, he arrived here. The believer took him in, gave him food and money and sent him on his way. In gratitude, the strangers reply, “If I ever get back to work, I will pay you all back,”


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