The Revielle, Camdenton,Missouri Jan 20, 1950 pg 2 BARNUMTON At this writing, Uncle Hybert APPLETONis very Ill, and several from this community have been going down to sit up with him. Egel and Claude BURNS sat up with him last Friday Night. On Wednesday of last week Brother Hiland GARDNER with Mrs Claude BURNS and Mrs. Egel BURNS spent the day with Aunt Jenie and Uncle Hybert. At this time, several from distant points are with him, or staying with reletives nearby. His brother Uncle George APPLETON and his wife came from Oklahoma. The children from Kansas City, Waldo, Mead and Ida came down about a week ago, and Mrs Edith Thomas had to wait until the severe storm out in Wyoming had passed before she could make the trip, but she was expected on Saturday evening.
Jan 27 1950 Pg 6 THE Revielle Camdenton, Mo CLIMAX SPRINGS Mr. Hybert APPLETON, who was well known here died at his home near Barnumton, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mr APPLETONs brother Harley and sister Mrs. Stella BERRY came from Kansas City to attend his funeral. also same page: BOLLINGER CREEK NEWS The community was made sad by the passing away of Uncle Hibert APPLETON Saturday January 21 at his home near Barnumton. The funeral was held at the Clark School House Tuesday January 24, burial was made in the Clark cemetery.
The Revielle Camdenton, Mo Jan 27, 1950 Pg 7
Uncle Hibbard APPLETON is still in poor health but we are glad to say he has been restingmuch better the last few days.Mrs Ira COFFMAN and Mrs. Willis COFFMAN and Judy were callers in the Appleton home Wednesday. Other visitors in the Appleton home this week were Jim BURNS, Mr and Mrs. Warney DELOZIER, Bland HUSONG, Mr and Mrs Pete MOULDER, and Joe, Mr and Mrs. Press WHITE, Mrs Floyd WILKERSON, Claude and Edgel BURNS, Mr and Mrs. MCDONALD, Glen RYE, George GREEN, Henry VOGIL, Ernest KUMPF and Clyde APPLETON.
Feb 3, 1950 Revielle Camdenton Mo pg 5
Mrs Isa COFFMAN went to the Hybert APPLETON funeral with Mrs Willa COFFMAN Tuesday afternoon. Mr Vernon APPLETON and daughter Alice returned to their home in Andrews Texas after a few days visut with his mother, Aunt Jennie APPLETON and other reletives. Mr and Mrs Waldo APPLETON of KAnsas City returned to their home Friday after spending 3 or 4 weeks with his parents. Mrs Edyth Thomas of midwest Wyo. went as far as Kansas City with her brother Waldo and wife. They had been called home due to the illness and death of their father Hybert APPLETON, Aunt Jennie APPLETON and Hibe are still residing at the old home place.
Central Missouri Leader, Camden Co Mo Tues Jan 24, 1950 pg 1 and 4
Pg 1 D.H.APPLETON DIED JANUARY 21 Barnmton man to be buried Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock p m for D H Appleton who passed away at his home nearBarnumton Saturday evening about 5 o'clock. Last rites will be held at the Clark School House with burial in the Clark Cemetery under the direction of the Bankerson-Woolery Funeral Home. Rev Milford BURNS will officiate at the services. (Continued on page 4)
pg 4 D.H. APPLETON Continued from Page 1 Daniel Hybert APPLETON was bornnear the Old Osage Iron Works in Camden County and spent his life in his native county where he was well and favorably known. He was born December 9, 1868 the son of John and Susan CARPENTER APPLETON. In early manhood he was united in marriage to Miss Jennie WOOLERY and to this union nine children were born three of whom preceded him in death. He is survived by his widow Jennie APPLETON, three sons, W. H. APPLETON of the home at Barnumton, O V APPLETON of Andrews Texas, J. W. APPLETON Kansas City, MO, three daughters Mrs W. W. THOMASof Midwest Wyoming, Mrs Ross HOLLAND and Mrs Ida COX of Kansas City, Kansas. He also leaves 11 grandchildren, and 5 great grand children and one brother George APPLETON of Yale, Oklahoma. Mr APPLETON had been ill a few days over two weeks when he passed away. His going will be mourned by his many reletives and friends in the community where he was well known.