|Birth: ||May 23, 1877|
|Death: ||Feb. 21, 1967|
Published the "Wellington Times" in about 1902,and later the "Quail Feather"in 1910. He was also Postmaster in Wellington.
Wade came from Wellington, and a picture was made of him riding in an open top car with President Roosevelt. When it was over, President Roosevelt said, "Wade, is there anything I can do for you?" He said, "Well, yes, I'd like to be Postmaster at Wellington". The President said, "Wade, you will be Postmaster." When Wade came home, he told his folks about it. He said the President didn't even make a note about it, so he guessed he wouldn't think of it anymore; but in a short time he received a letter saying he had been appointed Postmaster. He was Postmaster about eight years, and then in 1922 he was Postmaster again for 12 years.
George Nathan Arnold (1837 - 1926)
Camely Elizabeth Lee Arnold (1845 - 1935)
Josephine Arnold (1888 - 1965)
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