Appleby, Sheila Marie, d. 1985 - Arbuckle, Sarah Jane, d. 2007


Appleby, Sheila Marie 12 Jul 1985 - 14 Jul 1985 OH 18 Jul 1985 p9

[Note: Daughter of James & Cindy (Bilyeu) Appleby]

Services for Sheila Marie Appleby, two-day-old infant daughter of James and Cindy Appleby, Bolivar, were held July 17 in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. John Holmes officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery. The infant died July 14 in Cardinal Glennon Hospital, St. Louis. Additional survivors include a sister, Christy, of the home; her maternal grandparents,  Ival and Freida Bilyeu, Bolivar; her paternal grandparents, Richard and Shirley Appleby, Bolivar; her maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Clyde Bilyeu, Springfield and her paternal great grandparents,. Joe and Ella Mae Appleby, Springfield.

Applegate, Alvin Dane 5 Apr 1911 - 25 Feb 1980 OH 28 Feb 1980 p9

[Note: Son of George Washington & Doris (Siler) Applegate; married Evelyn]

Services were pending in Tulsa Tuesday for Dane Applegate, 63, formerly of Ozark. He died Monday. Among survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Mrs. Clyde Smith, both of Ozark. A more complete obituary will be published next week.

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Applegate, Alvin Dane 5 Apr 1911 - 25 Feb 1980 OH 6 Mar 1980 p11

Services for Dane Applegate, 62, Tulsa, Okla, and formerly of Ozark, were held Feb. 28, at the Chapel of the Roses and buried in Rosehill Cemetery in Tulsa. Mr. Applegate died Feb. 25 at his home of a heart attack. He was a member of Faith Baptist Church of Tulsa. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn, one son, Larry, Broken Arrow, Okla.; seven sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe, Mrs Clyde Smith, both of Ozark; Mrs. Roy Short, Rose, Okla.; Mrs Burl Collins of Copen, Okla; Mrs. Pat O’Bryan of K. C., Mo; Mrs. Rachael Applegate of Agana, Guam; two brothers, Rev. Lawrence of Ava and Bill of Selah, Washington; three granddaughters and one grandson.

Applegate, Bertha Eula (Willis) 1 Feb. 1907 - 2 Jan 1994 OH 5 Jan 1994

[Note: Daughter of George F. & Iona Elizabeth “Nina” (Harvill) Willis; married 23 Sep 1927 Melvis K. Applegate 18 Aug 1905 - 14 Jun 1996]

Bertha Applegate, 86, Sparta, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 1994 in Cox Medical Center, South. She was born Feb. 1, 1907 at Keltner, the daughter of George and Nina Harvill Willis. On Sept. 23, 1927, she was united in marriage to Melvis K. Applegate. She and her husband worked together for many years in the lumber business in Christian County. She was a faithful Christian and was a member of Union Hill Baptist Church for many years. Before her death she was a member of Fremont Hills Baptist Church. Preceding her in death were a son, Dee Applegate, her parents, and several brothers and sisters. Survivors include her husband, Melvis; a daughter, Sally Carroll, and her husband, H.B., Ozark; three sons and their wives, Dewey and Wannis Applegate, Ozark, Bill and Shirley Applegate, and Duke and Jonnee Applegate, all of Springfield; a sister, Rintha Stewart, Springfield; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Services will be at 1 a.m. Wednesday, Jan 5, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Old Boston Cemetery.

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Applegate, Bertha Eula (Willis) 1 Feb. 1907 - 2 Jan 1994 SN-L 4 Jan 1994
SPARTA - Bertha E. Applegate, 86, Sparta, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 1994 in Cox Medical Center, South. She was born Feb. 1, 1907 at Keltner, the daughter of George and Nina Harvill Willis. On Sept. 23, 1927, she was united in marriage to Melvis K. Applegate. She and her husband worked together for many years in the lumber business in Christian County. Mrs. Applegate wrote articles for the Christian County Republican newspaper for 37 years. She was a faithful Christian and was a member of Union Hill Baptist Church for many years. Before her death she was a member of Fremont Hills Baptist Church. Preceding her in death were a son, Dee Applegate, her parents, and several brothers and sisters. Survivors include her husband, Melvis; a daughter, Sally Carroll, and her husband, H.B., Ozark; three sons and their wives, Dewey and Wannis Applegate, Ozark, Bill and Shirley Applegate, and Duke and Jonnee Applegate, all of Springfield; a sister, Rintha Stewart, Springfield; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 1 a.m. Wednesday, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Old Boston Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.

Applegate, C. Oakten 12 Jan 1896 - 2 Oct 1934 CCR 4 Oct 1934 p5

[Note: Son of David Henry & Sarah Frances (Horner) Applegate; married m 20 Oct 1920 CCM Laura B. Hursh 8 Sep 1899 - 13 Jan 1970 m/1 Shelburn]

C.O. Applegate of Oldfield, age 38 years, died Oct. 2, 1934, at 1 a.m. in the Springfield Baptist hospital. He is survived by the widow and one son several other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were conducted on Oct. 3 at 2 o’clock at the Old Boston cemetery east of Oldfield by Rev. Simmons, with Legion services at the grave. Burial was made under the direction of the Sparta Undertaking Company, Rathbun & Chaffin.

 

Applegate, Calvin C. 27 Jun 1924 - 19 Aug 1996  CCH-N 7 Sep 1996

[Note: Son of  Lorenz Dow & Myrtle Manona (Parker) Applegate]

Funeral services for Calvin C. Applegate, 72, of Augusta, Kan. were held at 2 p.m. Aug. 22, at the First Baptist Church. Burial was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta. Applegate died of cancer, Aug. 19, at 7 p.m. in his daughter’s home in Augusta. He was born June 27, 1924, at Keltner, Mo., the youngest of 11 children of L.D. and Myrtle Parker Applegate. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and also belonged to the Masonic Order. Surviving are his daughter, Priscilla D. Applegate and one son, Calvin C. II; one brother, John, Augusta; two sisters, Leona Patterson, Augusta, and Effie Young of Springfield; four grandchildren and many friends.

Applegate, Cathryn Delana “Kate” (Craker) 28 Dec 1843 - 21 Mar 1928 OH 13 Apr 1977 p5

[Note: Daughter of William & Delacy ( ) Craker of Union Co. AR; married 1865 Gilbert Applegate ? - 17 Dec 1926]

LAID TO REST - The Obituary of Cathryn Applegate as Printed in 1928

Cathron Applegate, better known as Grandma Applegate, passed to rest on Marsh 21, 1928, after a life of 84 years, 3 months and 25 days. She was born in the state of Arkansas on December 28th, 1843. Her life was filled with the varying scenes of this world’s events, among the most trying for a young woman of her age, being the Civil War. Being deprived of her father, who went to serve his country in the war and also saddened by the loss of her mother in 1862, she took upon herself the care for a large family of 8 sisters and 2 brothers, she being only 16 years of age at the time. Only those who have experienced the responsibility can realize the duty which fell upon the shoulders of this young woman. But. she did her work well and met, with a smile and a determination every trying duty which came her way. At the close of the war, she and Gilbert Applegate were married in 1865. She had been converted during the trying scenes of the war and  immediately after her marriage with Mr. Applegate, she united with the Christian Church, with which congregation she has kept in constant touch and affiliation, living and teaching the Divine principles of Truth and Honesty and righteous living. She has always kept the faith of Jesus paramount in her life and had been the means of bringing many souls to see the way of salvation, Her husband preceded her in death, being called from the stage of life on December 17th, 1926. He, also, was a consecrated Christian, being a member of the Baptist Church and so well did these people live and work for the better things of life they won themselves the love and respect of the entire community to such an extent that they were known by all as Uncle Gill and Aunt Kate. They also leave a large posterity to mourn their departure. There are 7 sons, one daughter, 57 grand-children, 77 great grandchildren, left to mourn, while in the valley beyond the Shadow of Death there will be 2 sons, 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She will also be mourned by 5 brothers and 3 sisters. It is seldom that we chronicle the death of one whose service to her own life and to the lives of others had erected such a wonderful monument of live and affection. Aunt Kate, as she was known, began the building of the foundation of her life when she became the mother and father to that family of 10 during the trying tearful days of the Civil War, and from that hour she was a giver of some good and perfect gift to the lives of those about her. As her blood multiplied, each succeeding life, was just another flower to bloom in her garden of memorable deeds and gifts. She was of the foundation stock of this great United States, hers being one of the paramount examples of sacrifice and service.  May her soul find rest as sweet and restful as will the memory she had left for those who will await the hour when they, to, may again know the pleasures of the presence and associations of Uncle Gill and Aunt Kate.

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Applegate, Catherin Delana “Kate“ (Craker) 26 Dec 1843 - 21 Mar 1928 CCR 29 Mar 1928 p1

[Note: Daughter of William Fulton & Delana B. (Loftin) Craker; married 1 Jul 1865 Gilbert Applegate 26 Feb 1845 - 26 Dec 1925; no MO DC found; tombstone spells name Catherin; buried Boulders Fork Cemetery, Douglas County, MO; mother of William Fulton Applegate

David Henry Applegate, Joe Marion Applegate, Delana Elizabeth (Applegate) Horner Willis,

James Franklin Applegate, Johnnie W. Applegate, Jessie Applegate, Loranza Don Applegate,

Alexander McDaniel Applegate, George Washington Applegate]

Cathron Applegate, better known as Grandma Applegate, passed to rest on March 21st, 1928, after a life of 84 years, 3 months and 25 days. She was borned in the state of Arkansas on December 26th, 1843. Her life was filled with the varied scenes of this world’s events, among the most trying for a young woman of her age, being the Civil War. Being deprived of her father, who went to serve his country in the war and also saddened by the loss of her mother in 1862, she took upon herself the care of a large family of 8 sisters and 2 brothers, she being only 16 years of age at that time. Only those who have experienced a like responsibility can realize the duty which fell upon the shoulders of this young woman, But she did her work well and met, with a smile and determination, every trying duty which came her way. At the close of the war, she and Gilbert Applegate were married in 1865. She had been converted during the trying scenes of the war and immediately after her marriage with Mr. Applegate, she united with the Christian church, which congregation she has kept inconstant touch, living and teaching the Divine principles of Truth ad Honesty and righteous living. She has always kept the faith of Jesus paramount in her life and has been the means of brining many souls to see the way of salvation. Her husband preceded her in death, being called from the state of life on December 17th, 1926. He also was a consecrated Christian, being a member of the Baptist church and so well did these old people live and work for the better things of life they won themselves love and respect of the entire community to such extent that they were known by all as Uncle Gill and Aunt Kate. They leave a large posterity to mourn their departure. They are 7 sons; one daughter; 57 grandchildren; 77 great grandchildren  left to mourn, while in the valley beyond the shadow of Death, there will be 2 sons; 11 grandchildren and  5 great grandchildren. She will also be mourned by 4 brothers and 3 sisters. It is seldom that we chronicle the death of one whose service to her own life and to the lives of others has erected such a wonderful monument of love and affection. Aunt Kate, as she was known, began the building of the foundation of her life when she became the mother and father to that family of 10 children, during the trying, tearful days of the Civil War and from that hour she was a giver of some good and perfect gift to the lives of those around her. As her blood multiplied, each succeeding life was just another flower to bloom in her garden of memorable deeds and gifts. She was of the foundation stock of this great United States, her’s being one of the paramount examples of sacrifice and service. May her soul find a rest as sweet and as restful as will be the memory she has left for those who will await the time when they, too, may again know the pleasures of the presence and associations of Uncle Gill and Aunt Kate.

 

Applegate, Claude Lorenzo, M. Sgt. 2 Aug 1918 - 14 Sep 1944 CCR 20 Jan 1949

[Note: Son of Lorenz Dow & Myrtle Manona (Parker) Applegate]

Mr. Henry Applegate recently attended the funeral services, in Augusta, Kan., of his nephew, M. Sgt. Claude Applegate, who was killed with Patton’s 3rd Army in 1945. Claude was the son of Mrs. Myrtle Applegate and the late L.D. Applegate. He had full military honors.

 

Applegate, Cloin C. “Penny” 12 Jan 1898 - 4 Nov 1974  OH 7 Nov 1974 p8

[Note: Son of  David Henry & Sarah Frances (Horner) Applegate; married  Rosa Hall  10 Feb 1903 - 23 Feb 1986]

OZARK - Cloin “Penny” Applegate, 77 of Ozark died this morning at his home after a short illness. A lifelong resident of Christian County, he was in the timber business and was a member of the Union Hill Baptist Church, a 32nd degree Mason and a member of Abou Ben Adhem Shrine and Odd Fellows Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Rosa; a son, Glen of Gunnison, Colo.; three daughters, Mrs. Lorene Upson and Mrs. Pauline Creder, both of Selah, Wash. and Mrs. Goldia Richardson, Oldfield; four brothers, the Rev. M. K. Applegate and James, both of Oldfield, Thonie of Ava and Ollis of the state of Colorado, 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Arrangements were announced by Adams of Ozark.

 

Applegate, Cynthia Kay (Hooton) 23 Aug 1959 - 14 Jun 2000  CCH-N 21 Jun 2000

[Note: Daughter of Billy J. and Velva (DeLong) Hooton; married 11 Nov 1977 Mike Applegate]

Cynthia Kay Applegate, age 40, of Clever, died Wednesday, June 14, 2000 in Cox Medical Center, South. She was born August 23, 1959 in Forsyth. She graduated from Hurley High School and on November 11, 1977 married Mike Applegate. Mrs. Applegate was employed by Albertson's in Nixa as Assistant Manager. Survivors include: Her husband, Mike; four children, Jennifer Applegate, Clever, Mandi Applegate, Nixa, Holly Applegate and Ryan Applegate, both of Clever, a granddaughter, Alea Applegate; her parents, Billy J. and Velva (DeLong) Hooton, Aurora; two brothers, Larry Hooton and his wife Roberta, Aurora and Earnie Hooton and his wife Connie, Billings; several nieces and nephews; and her best friend, Jan Turner, Clever. Funeral services were at 1:00 pm Saturday, June 17, 2000, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. James "Hobo" Applegate officiating. Music was provided by Larry Winfree. Burial followed in Highlandville Cemetery. Visitation was from 6-8 pm Friday, June 16 in the funeral home.

 

Applegate, David Henry 5 Jun 1867 - 8 Sep 1955 CCR 20 Oct 1955 p3

[Note: Son of Gilbert & Catherine (Craker) Applegate; married 28 Mar 1886 Fannie Horner]

David Henry Applegate was born June 5, 1867 at Bradleyville, the son of Gilbert and Catherine Craker Applegate. On March 28, 1886, he was united in marriage to Fannie Horner and to this union 13 children were born. Mrs. Fannie Applegate passed away on June 18, 1916 and six children also preceded Mr. Applegate in death.: Oakten, Dale, Oda, Mrs. Mary Simmons, Mrs. Myrtle Johnson and Miss Beautrea Applegate. On November 26, 1919, he was married to Grace Perkins and to this union one son, James Henry and one daughter, Mrs. James Rierson were born. The daughter passed away in May 1947. Mrs. Gracie Applegate also preceded Mr. Applegate in death. Mr. Applegate was converted at the age of 44 years at the High Lonesome Baptist Church. He was a member of the IOOF Lodge at Rogersville. Survivors include seven sons, O.A. and Burl of Parlin, Colo., twins, Honie and Thonie of Selah, Wash., Penny of Oldfield, Melvis of Keltner and James Henry of Davenport, Okla., one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Upson of Selah, Wash., three brothers, Mack of Paso Robles, Calif., George of Berryville, Ark. and Jim Frank of Springfield; 44 grandchildren; 45 great grandchildren; one great, great grandchild; other relatives and a host of friends. He entered into rest on Sept 8, 1955 at his home near Keltner at the age of 88 years, 3 months and 3 days. Funeral services were held at 2:00 Monday, Sept 12, 1955 at the Sparta Baptist Church with Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating. Burial  was in Old Boston Cemetery, east of Oldfield, under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. Escorts were Howard, Glen, Warren, Dee and Robert Applegate and Jerry Upson.

Applegate, Donald Albert 6 Nov 1912 - 6 Jul 1984 OH 12 Jul 1984 p8

[Note: Son of Joseph Marion & Mary Frances (Green) Applegate; married 10 Feb 1934 CCM Lula Lucille Roberts 5 Dec 1917 - 6 Apr 1989; father of Kenny Applegate; Gene Applegate: and Bonnie (Applegate) Payne]

Services for Don Applegate, 71, Chadwick, were held July 10 in Chadwick Baptist Temple with the Revs. Carnel “Bally” Johnson and Randy Sisco officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Harris Funeral Home of Ozark. Mr. Applegate died July 6 in Cox Medical Center, Springfield, after a short illness. A longtime community resident, he was a 26-year employee of MFA Milling in Springfield who retired in 1977. He was a member of Chadwick Baptist Temple. Survivors include his wife, Lula; two sons, Kenny and Gene, both of Chadwick; a daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Payne, Sparta; five sisters, Mrs. Media Chapman, Selah, Wash., Mrs. Edia Durbin, Camas, Wash., Mrs. Blanche Burkhart, Chadwick, Mrs. Bessie Hays, Ozark, and Mrs. Cora Moore, Sparta; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Applegate, Forrest Laine “Frosty” 20 May 1950 - 17 Sep 1973 OH 20 Sep 1973 p1

[Note: Son of James H. “Hobo” & Opal Alene (Jackson) Applegate; married Kathy Yandell]

Shotgun Accident Claims Oldfield Man

A young Christian County man was fatally injured early Monday at his rural Oldfield home in what authorities concluded to be a gun accident. Dead is Forrest “Frosty” Applegate. Sheriff Joe Mayberry who was called to the scene shortly after dawn and coroner Dean Adams who went later to the Applegate home both concluded that young Applegate had probably gone out to investigate a disturbance in some poultry and had accidentally discharged a double barrel shotgun he was carrying, the charge striking him in the chest. Taken by Emergency Ambulance to a Springfield hospital, young Applegate was dead upon arrival. He was a 1968 graduate of Chadwick High School, a 1972 graduate of the School of the Ozarks College and a member of the Union Hill Baptist Church. At the time of his death, he was teaching in the Logan-Rogersville School System. He is survived by his wife, Kathy of the home, his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. James H. Applegate, Oldfield; one brother, Truly Applegate, Sparta; and one sister, Mrs. Nina Atkinson, Norwood. Other survivors include maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jackson, Springhill, Kan.; two nieces and one nephew. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) in the Chadwick High School auditorium with Revs. under the direction of Harris of Ozark.

Applegate, Gerald R. 27 Nov 1940 - 2 Jul 1963  CCR 4 Jul 1963

[Note: Son of  Howard Glen & Juanita (Burks) Applegate; married Rosemary]

Gerald R. Applegate, 22, Route 2, Fordland, died instantly about 5 o'clock Monday afternoon, in a one-car crash between Oldfield and Sparta on Highway 125. Funeral services were to be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Harris Funeral Chapel at Ozark, with Dwayne Bray officiating. Burial will be in Temple Hill Cemetery near Bruner. Applegate is survived by his wife, Rosemary, and two daughters, Juanita Marie and Barbara, of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Applegate, of  Bruner; two brothers, Keith and O.A. Applegate, of the parents' home; four sisters, Mrs. Glenda Kay Trigg of Texas, Wilda Carole, Katheryn and Loretta, all of the parents' home; and his paternal grandparents, O. . Applegate of Doyleville. Colo., and Mrs. Myrtle Applegate of Bruner.

Applegate, Glenn W. 11 Apr 1921 - 3 Jan 2003 gwobit

[Note: Son of Cloin C. "Penny" & Rosa (Hall) Applegate; married 17 Oct 1944 Wanda Davis]

Glenn W. Applegate, 81, Oldfield, died Jan. 3, 2003, in his home. He was born April 11, 1921, in Keltner, the son of C.C. "Penny" and Rosa (Hall) Applegate. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II and received a purple heart after being wounded in New Guinea. He also received a bronze star for heroic action while serving his country. On Oct. 17, 1944, he and Wanda Davis were married. He was a member of Ozark VFW Post No. 7628. Survivors include his wife, Wanda; eight children and spouses, Gwendolyn Kay and Harry Averill, Independence, Kan., Nedra and Bill Barr, Oldfield, Renetta Applegate, Independence, Kan., Rebecca Cooper, St. Louis, Sue and Steven Casebolt, Grand Junction, Colo., Curtis and Lee Applegate, Carbondale Colo., Clon Applegate, Oldfield, and Joe Applegate, Paonia, Colo.; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; three sisters, Lorraine Upson, and Pauline Crider, both of Selah, Wash., and Goldie Richardson, Oldfield; and a uncle James "Hobo" Applegate, Oldfield. He was preceded in death by his parents, two great-grandchildren; and a niece.

 

Applegate, Howard Glen 10 Jun 1918 - 22 Feb 1994 OH 2 Mar 1994

[Note: Son of Otis Aulis & Myrtle (Hughes) Applegate; married 23 Apr 1940 Juanita Burks 7 Sep 1919 - 18 Apr 2008]

Howard Applegate, 75, Bruner, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1994 in St. John’s Regional Health Center. He was born June 10, 1918 near the Keltner community and was the son of Aulis and Myrtle Hughes Applegate. He taught school in 1938 and 1939 at Union Hill School. On April 23, 1940, he was united in marriage to Juanita Burks. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked in timber and sawmills in Colorado and Utah during the 1940s, and was employed by Boeing Aircraft in Wichita, Kan., in the early 1950s. He returned to Christian County and worked as a carpenter and farmer. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Gerald; a grandson, Terry Hyde; a sister, Leaette Willis; a brother, Warren Applegate; and a niece. Survivors include his wife, Juanita; six children and their spouses, Kay and Andy Bemboom, Carole and Larry Martin, all of Ozark, Keith and Chris Applegate, Bruner, Loretta Filbeck, Rogersville, and Otis and Vickie Applegate, Bruner; a sister, Geraldine Holt, Chadwick; 24 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were Friday, Feb. 25, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Joe Mooney officiating. Burial was in Temple Hill Cemetery.

 

Applegate, James Dee 24 Dec 1927 - 29 Dec 1979 OH 3 Jan 1980 pB6

[Note: Son of  Melvis K. & Bertha Eula (Willis) Applegate; married ?; married  Erma]

Services for J. D. (Dee) Applegate, 52, Route 1, Rogersville, were held Monday in Adams Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery at Oldfield. Mr. Applegate died of natural causes about 1 a.m. Saturday at his home. A World War II veteran, Mr. Applegate was a member of Mound Baptist Church east of  Oldfield. He had lived in the Linden community two and a half years after coming from Colorado. He was a truck driver for the Willis-Shaw-Murphy Line. Survivors include his wife, Erma; his parents, the Rev. and Mr. M. K. Applegate, Oldfield; four sons,. Gary, Reeds Spring, Mike, Clever, James. D., Jr. and Allen, both of Vancouver, Wash..; two daughters, Miss Debbie Applegate and Miss Kimberly Applegate, both of Vancouver, Wash.; four stepdaughters,   Mrs. Marvina DeHerrera, Arvada, Colo., Mrs. Darius Gallegos and Mrs. Hope Stevens, both of Thornton, Colo.,  Mrs. Judy Maggard, Manassa, Colo.; three brothers, Dewey Paul, Sparta, Bill, Springfield, Duke, Ava; a sister, Mrs. Sally Carroll., Ozark; three grandchildren and seven step grandchildren.

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Applegate, James Dee 24 Dec 1927 - 29 Dec 1979 OH 3 Jan 1980 pB9

Card of Thanks

We would like to thank everyone for the kindness shown to us in the loss of our son Dee. The Minister Carl Thompson, the singers, pall bearers, for the food, prayers, the Adams Funeral Home. Each phone call & card of comfort. May God richly bless everyone.  His wife Erma, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvis Applegate, brother Dewey Kenneth and Willis; his sister, Mrs. Sally Carroll.

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Applegate, James Dee 24 Dec 1927 - 29 Dec 1979 OH 3 Jan 1980 pB9

Card of Thanks

The wife and children of J. Dee Applegate would like to thank all those who were so kind to us in our time of the loss of our loved one.  Erma L. Applegate  Mr. & Mrs. Dave De Herrera & children  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Maggard & children   Mrs. Hope Stevens & Shannon,

 

Applegate, James H. “Hobo”, Rev. 26 Nov 1920 - 21 Mar 2007 SN-L 23 Mar 2007 & CCH-N 11 Apr 2007

[Note: Son of David Henry & Jessie Grace (Scott) Applegate; married 31 Dec 1945 Opal Alene Jackson]

Reverend Hobo Applegate, age 86, of Oldfield, passed away Wednesday, March 21, 2007. He was born November 26, 1920, in Merritt, Missouri, the son of David Henry and Jessie Grace (Scott) Applegate. He served his country in World War II by joining the U.S. Army as a member of the 20th Infantry. On December 31, 1945, he and Opal Alene Jackson were united in marriage. Reverend Applegate most recently was pastor of Hilltop Calvary in Ponce de Leon. He had also served as an evangelist, missionary, oilfield worker and logger. He was a member of Sparta Masonic Lodge #296, and was Past Master of the Masonic Lodge in Davenport, Oklahoma. He was a 32nd degree mason, and was on the 28th degree team of Scottish Rite in Joplin. Survivors include: His wife of 62 years, Opal; a son, Truly Applegate and wife Judy, Springfield; a daughter, Nona Atkinson and Donnie McHaffie, Ozark; 10 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; special family, Dale and Cathy Roller, Sparta; nieces and nephews; and a host of church families. He was preceded in death by two sons, infant Phillip Paige Applegate and Frosty Applegate, a grandchild, James Richard Atkinson, 17 brothers and sisters, and his parents. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 24 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Dale Roller and Rev. Keith Lafferty officiating. Burial will follow in Old Boston Cemetery, Oldfield. A visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.

 

Applegate, Joe Marion, Rev. 29 Jan 1871 - 16 Apr 1951 CCR 19 Apr 1951

[Note: Son of Gilbert & Catherine (Craker) Applegate; married Mary Frances Green 17 Jan 1875 - 27 Mar 1953]

The Rev. Joe Marion Applegate, 80, died Monday at his home in Chadwick after a lingering illness. He was a lifelong resident of Christian County. Rev. Applegate started preaching as a Missionary Baptist Minister in 1899. He was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church of Chadwick. Survivors include the widow, Mary Frances; two sons, Sigel and Don, both of Chadwick; seven daughters, Mrs. Fred Moore of Oxford, KS, Mrs. Tom Moore of Keltner, MO, Mrs. Tete Alesky of Washougla, WA, Mrs. Ambrose Chapman of Selah, WA, Mrs. Leslie Durbin of Cosmos, WA, and Mrs. Basil Burkhart of Chadwick; four brothers, Henry of Keltner, MO, J.E. of Springfield, Mack of California, and George of Berryville, AR; 38 grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren. Services are under direction of Harris funeral home of Chadwick.

 

Applegate, Joyce Kathleen (Case) 17 May 1939 - 14 Nov 1995  CCH-N 22 Nov 1995

[Note: Daughter of George Truman & Walba (Alexander) Case; married 3 May 1958 Kenneth L. Applegate]

Joyce Kathleen Applegate, 56, Chadwick, passed away at 4:35 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1995, in St. John's Regional Health Center. Joyce was born May 17, 1939 in Garrison, Mo., the daughter of Truman and Walba Alexander Case. She was married to Kenneth Applegate May 3, 1958, in Oldfield, Mo. They lived in the Garrison and Chadwick communities. She was employed by Fasco Ind. for 29 years. She was a member of the Chadwick Baptist Temple. She is preceded in death by: Her parents, two brothers, two children, and a grandchild. Survivors include: Her husband, Kenny, of the home; two daughters, Camele Steward, Ozark, and Sabrina DeVore, and her husband, Garry Ava; two sisters, Lois Adams, Garrison, and June Boyd, Bradleyville; one brother, Clifford. Garrison; three grandchildren; and three step-grandchildren. Funeral services were in the Chadwick Baptist Temple, with the Reverends Jerry Loveland and Carnel "Bally" Johnson officiating. Burial followed in the Chadwick Memorial Cemetery, under the direction of Harris, a Cassity Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark. Visitation was from 7-9 p.m., Friday, in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Chadwick Baptist Temple building fund, c/o Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home.

Applegate, Juanita (Burks) 7 Sep 1919 - 18 Apr 2008 SN-L 20 Apr 2008 & CCH-N 23 Apr 2008

[Note: Daughter of Arthur Simpson & Anna May (Buxton) Burks; married 23 Apr 1940 Howard Glen Applegate 10 Jun 1918 - 22 Feb 1994]

Juanita Applegate, age 88, of Rogersville, departed this life Friday, April 18, 2008. She was born September 7, 1919, in Bruner, the daughter of Arthur Simpson Burks and Anna May Buxton Burks. On April 23, 1940, she and Howard Glen Applegate were united in marriage. Juanita loved her family, enjoyed her friends, and was always ready to help in the community and anyone who needed it. She loved to sew, crochet and make quilts, and taught those skills to her daughters. She liked garage sales, singing, playing the guitar, and working in her flower beds and garden. She was always a help to Dad on the farm and taking care of the cattle. She was a lifelong member of the Church of Christ. "Mother" was loved beyond measure and she will be missed beyond measure. She was the beloved mother of: Kay Applegate, Ozark, Carole Isham and husband Larry Nowack, Ozark, Katheryn Martin and husband Darrel, Ozark, Keith Applegate, Bruner, Loretta Filbeck, Rogersville, and Otis Applegate and wife Vickie, Bruner. She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard, and a son, Gerald Ray Applegate. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Bob Bricker officiating. Burial will follow in Temple Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, in the funeral home.

Applegate, Karen Renee 25 Mar 1965 - 25 Mar 1965 CCR 1 Apr 1965 p1

[Note: Daughter of Kenneth L. & Joyce Kathleen (Case) Applegate]

Graveside services for Karen Applegate, who died at birth at 6:05 a.m. Thursday, March 25, in Skaggs Hospital in Branson were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Chadwick Cemetery. The Rev. Ivan Tatum officiated and burial was under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Ozark. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Applegate, Garrison; a sister, Carmele of the home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Applegate of Chadwick; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Walba Johnson, Garrison and a maternal grandfather, Claude Roberts of Ozark.

Applegate, Keith Morris 1942 - 10 Jul 1961  CCR 13 Jul 1961 p1

[Note: Son of Dale &  (Pinkley) Applegate]

Services for Keith Morris Applegate, 19, 1733 Montebello, Springfield, who died Monday morning in St. John’s Hospital in Tulsa, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Jewell E. Windle Chapel with Dr. George I. Myers officiating. Burial was in White Chapel Cemetery. He was a member of the Harrison, Ark. Christian Church. He was the son of Mrs. Lee Earls, 1733 Montebilla and Dane Applegate, Tulsa,. Other survivors are two brothers, Larry of Tulsa and Dale of the home; one sister, Janice, of the home, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Pinkley of Berryville, Ark.

Applegate, Laura B. (Hursh) Shelburn 8 Sep 1899 - 13 Jan 1970  CCR 15 Jan 1970 p4

[Note: Daughter of Perry McClellan & Sarrah Ellen (Coffer) Hursh; married 2 Sep 1918 James W. Shelburn; married 20 Oct 1920 C. Oakten Applegate 12 Jan 1896 - 2 Oct 1934]

Funeral services for Mrs. Laura B. Applegate, 70 of Chadwick will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Chadwick Pentecostal in the Chadwick Pentecostal Church with the Rev. Charley Shipman officiating. Burial will be in Old Boston Cemetery near Oldfield under the direction of Harris of Ozark. She died at 5:45 a.m. Tuesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, following a short illness. Mrs. Applegate was a lifelong resident of Chadwick, and a member of the Chadwick Pentecostal Church. Survivors include one daughters-in-law, Mrs. Marie Applegate  of the home; one sister, Mrs. Lilly Rosenburger of Richmond, Calif.; three half-brothers, Lonnie and Raleigh Hursh, both of Nampa, Idaho and Oliver Hursh of Kansas City; two half-sisters, Mrs. Pearl Adams of Springfield,  and Mrs. Ruby Hunsucker of Hilda; two grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Applegate, Lawrence E., Rev. 8 Mar 1924 - 30 Sep 1981  OH 8 Oct 1981 p10

[Note: Son of George Washington & Doris (Siler) Applegate; married Edythe]

Services for the Rev. Lawrence E. Applegate, 57, were held Oct. 4 in Mount Tabor Church with the Revs. Marvin Wray and Allen Ledbetter officiating. Burial was in Mount Tabor Cemetery under the direction of Simmons of Ava. Rev. Applegate died Sept. 30 as the result of a tractor accident at his home. A lifelong area resident, he had been an ordained minister since 1951. He was minister at Oak Grove General Baptist Church, Wasola and a meatcutter at Wallace and Owens Supermarket here, He was a World War II Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Edythe; a son, Jerry, Ozark; a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Yeoman, Springfield; a brother, Bill, Selah, Wash.; seven sisters, Rachel Applegate, Guam, Mrs. Viola Collins, Mrs. Allene Smith and Mrs. Eva Wolfe, all of Ozark, Mrs. Ann O’Brein, Kansas City, Mrs. Samantha Foreman, Copon, Okla. and Mrs. Mavie Shortt, Rome, Okla.; and six grandchildren

Applegate, Lenza L. 13 Apr 1904 - 8 Oct 1949 CCR 20 Oct 1949

[Note: Son of Lorenzo Dow & Myrtle Manona (Parker)  Applegate; married 31 Dec 1922 Leota Florence Sharpton 23 Jul 1904 - ]

Mr. L.L. (Lenza) Applegate, former resident of Keltner in Christian county, was killed about 7:35 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, when he was struck by the Santa Fe El Capitan train near the Terminal grain elevator in east Hutchinson, Kansas. His home was at Haven, Kan. He was 45 years old. Papers carried in his pockets made identification possible. Applegate was walking on ties alongside the track when struck by the train. His body was catapulted upward by the force of the impact and struck the windshield in front of the engineer. The body passed over part of the engine and fell to one side of the track. Dave Hunter, Newton, engineer, said the El Capitan left the Hutchinson station and headed east at 7:30 p.m. The accident came a few minutes after the train pulled out. The engineer estimated the train was doing 45 miles an hour at the time of the accident. Hunter told police he saw Applegate on the track walking in the direction of the train. Hunter said Applegate had his head down. Hunter said as soon as he saw the man he blasted the horn and attempted to stop the train. Applegate did not stop walking, he said. Trainmen said there were six tracks at the point where Applegate was struck and it was possible that Applegate believed he was on a safe track. The track on which he was walking was the southernmost track of the series. Applegate suffered a crushed and mangled skull and broken arms. His body was crushed although it was believed his body was not run over by the train. The train stopped after the crash and Hunter, with Dan Conway, conductor, also of Newton, found the body only a few inches away from the track. Relatives said Applegate had planned to go to Hutchinson to get his son, Lowell, a Hutchinson junior college student, and bring him home for the weekend. However, Applegate left his car in Haven. Apparently he caught a ride with an unknown person. It is not known why he was on the railroad tracks and so far from the center of the city. Mr. Applegate was a pumper at a Cooperative Oil Co. lease five miles north of Haven. Survivors, besides Lowell, are his widow, Leola, two other sons, Marvin, Manhattan, Kan., and Chesley, Haven; three daughters, Mrs. George Oller, Hutchinson, Mrs. Oliver Smith Jr., Ft. Worth, Tex.; and Elizabeth of the home; four brothers, John, Valley Center; Elzie, Davenport, Okla., Oscar, Augusta, and Calvin, Augusta; three sisters, Mrs. Leona Patterson, Wichita, Mrs. Edna Turner, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Effie Young, Springfield, Mo., and his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Applegate, Augusta, Kan. Mr. Applegate, who went to Kansas 22 years ago, had many relatives and friends in this community.

Applegate, Lula Lucille (Roberts)    5 Dec 1917 - 6 Apr 1989 SN-L 18 Apr 1989
[Note: Daughter of Claude Harrison & Vina Mae (Odle-Williams) Roberts; married 10 Feb 1934 Donald Albert Applegate 6 Nov 1912 - 6 Jul 1984]
CHADWICK - Lula Lucille Applegate, 71, Chadwick, died Sunday in Cox Medical Center North, Springfield. Born Dec. 5, 1917 to Clause and Mae Roberts, she had been a Chadwick resident most of her life and was a member of Chadwick Baptist Temple. She was preceded in death by her husband, Don, in 1984; an infant daughter, Betty Orene; a brother, Merril Roberts; and her parents. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie Payne, Chadwick; two sons, Gene and Kenneth Applegate, both of Chadwick; eight grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and three step great-great grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Chadwick Baptist Temple with the Rev. Carnel Johnson and the Rev. Jerry Loveland officiating. Burial will be in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of Harris Colonial Chapel, Ozark. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home.

Applegate, Marvin L. 19 Feb 1961 - 25 May 1963   CCR 30 May 1963

[Note: Son of Kenneth L. & Joyce Kathleen (Case) Applegate]

Funeral services for Marvin L. Applegate, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Applegate, Garrison, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Chadwick Baptist Church. The Rev. Howard Blevins officiated and burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of Harris. The child died Saturday in Springfield Baptist Hospital. Surviving besides the parents are a sister, Camele; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Applegate, Chadwick; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Walba Johnson, Garrison; and a paternal great-grandfather.

Applegate, Melvis K., Rev. 18 Aug 1905 - 14 Jun 1996  CCH-N  19 Jun 1996

[Note: Son of David Henry & Sarah Frances (Homer) Applegate; married 23 Sep 1927 CCM Bertha Eula Willis 1 Feb 1907 - 2 Jan 1994]

Rev. Melvis K. Applegate, age 90, of Sparta, died Friday, June 14, 1996 of a sudden heart attack. He was born August 18, 1905 in the Oklahoma Territory, and was the son of David Henry and Sarah Frances (Homer) Applegate. On September 23, 1927 he was united in marriage to Bertha Eula Willis. Rev. Applegate was a timber worker and sawmill operator. He built and served as pastor for several years at Union Hill Baptist Church, Oldfield. He was a member of Sparta Masonic Lodge #296. He was preceded in death by: His wife, Bertha, in 1994; a son, Dee Applegate; and thirteen brothers and sisters.  Survivors include: a daughter, Frances "Sally" Carroll and her husband, H.B. Ozark; three sons and their wives, Dewey and Wannis Applegate, Ozark, Bill and Shirley Applegate, Springfield, and Willis "Duke" and Jonnee Applegate, Springfield; a brother, James "Hobo" Applegate and his wife, Opal. Oldfield; a sister-in-law, Rintha Stewart and her husband Bill, Springfield; sixteen grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Monday, June 17, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Carl Thompson and Rev. Bally Johnson officiating. Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery, Oldfield. Memorial contributions may be made to Old Boston Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund, C/O Norman Hughes; 1754 Stargrass Rd, Ozark, or Adams Funeral Home.

Applegate, Merlin “Dutch” 11 Nov 1931 - 19 Apr 2004  SN-L 21 Apr 2004

[Note: Son of William Alford & Rosa Lillie (Maggard) Applegate; married Annie]

Merlin "Dutch" Applegate, 72, Springfield, died Monday, April 19, 2004. He was born in Douglas County, Mo., on November 11, 1931. He was a Korean War veteran and a retired construction worker. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Annie; two brothers, Bill of Fair Play, and Voyne of Springfield; one sister, Verb Goodwin of Bois D'Arc; six children, Becky Letterman of Miller, Lex Applegate of Moberly, Norman Applegate and his wife, Rosie of Springfield, Norma Curtman and her husband, David of Springfield, Jerry Duane Applegate and his wife, Charlina of Republic, and Jimmy Applegate of Willard; eighteen grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and many nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, William Alford Applegate and Rosa Lillie (Maggard) Applegate; five brothers, Cletis, Clinton, Carl, Elvin, and Jerry; one sister, Vada; a son-in-law, Raymond Letterman; and two grandsons, Darrin and Tyler. He loved his family and loved hunting and fishing; he is now walking on God's celestial shore, in a land where joy shall never end. Visitation will be today, April 21, 2004, at Greenlawn North from 6 to 8 p.m., with funeral services being held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 22, 2004.

Applegate, Myrtle M. (Hughes) 19 Oct 1899 - 14 Jan 1969 CCR 16 Jan 1969 p8

[Note: Daughter of  Joseph A. & Elizabeth Jane (Burkhart) Hughes; married 10 Dec 1916 CCM Otis Aulis Applegate 4 Apr 1894 - 13 Dec 1986]

Mrs. Myrtle M. Applegate, 69, of the Bruner community east of Sparta, died at noon Tuesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. Mrs. Applegate was a member of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints. Surviving are two sons, Howard G., Bruner, and Warren J., Sparta; two daughters, Mrs. Leatta Willis, Bakersfield, California and Mrs. Geraldine Holt, Chadwick; a sister, Mrs. Minnie  St. Johns

 

Applegate, Otis Aulis 4 Apr 1894 - 13 Dec 1986  OH 25 Dec 1986 pB6

[Note: Son of David Henry & Sarah Frances (Horner) Applegate; married 10 Dec 1916 Myrtle Marie Hughes 19 Oct 1899 - 14 Jan 1969; married Stella ( ) Morton]

Services for O. A. Applegate, 92, La Junta, Colo., were held Dec. 15 in Peacock Funeral Home, La Junta, with Elder Allen Bair of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, La Junta, Colo. Mr. Applegate died Dec. 13 at the home. He was born in Breeden, Mo. in Dec. 1916, he was united in marriage with Myrtle Hughes who preceded him in death in 1969. He later married Stella Morton of Doylesville, Colo. Survivors include his wife, Stella; two sons and daughters-in-law, Howard and Juanita Applegate, Bruner and Warren and Wilda Applegate; one daughter and son-in-law, Geraldine and Gene Holt, Chadwick; two stepsons and daughter-in-law, Herschel and Barbara Morton, Dove Creek, Colo., and Richard and Dorothy Morton, Silverton, Colo.; three brothers, Melvis Applegate, Ozark, Thonie Applegate, Ava, and James Henry Applegate, Oldfield; one sister, Dorothy Upson, Selah, Wash.; 22 grandchildren; and a host of great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

 

Applegate, Ronald Gilbert 5 Aug 1940 - 5 Aug 1940 CCR 8 Aug 1940 p4

[Note: Son of Gilbert Thomas “Bill” & Elma (Hodges) Applegate]

Funeral services for Ronald Gilbert Applegate, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Applegate of Oldfield, were held at the home Tuesday morning, with Rev. J. M. Applegate officiating. Burial was made in the Chadwick cemetery under the direction of John Harris of Chadwick.

Applegate, Rosa (Hall) 10 Feb 1903 - 23 Feb 1986  OH 27 Feb  1986 pB9

[Note: Daughter of  John Monroe & Nancy Ann (Caudill) Hall; married 25 Oct 1920 CCM Cloin C. “Penny" Applegate 12 Jan 1898 - 4 Nov 1974]

Services for Rosa Applegate, 83, Oldfield, were held Feb. 26 in Adams Funeral Chapel with the Revs. Carl Thompson and Oliver Thomas officiating. Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery, Oldfield. Mrs. Applegate died Feb. 23 in Cox Medical Center South. She was a homemaker and member of Union Hill Baptist Church. Mrs. Applegate was born and raised in the Oldfield area, She was also a member of Rebekkah Lodge 113 of Springfield. Survivors include one son, Glenn, Oldfield; three daughters, Goldie Richardson, Oldfield and Lorraine Upson and Pauline Creider, both of Selah, Wash.; one brother, Virgil Hall, Ozark; 15 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

Applegate, Roy 30 Jul 1949 - 11 Jul 1981 OH 30 Jul  1981 p11

[Note: Son of ? & Hazel (Goin) Applegate; married Terry]

Roy Applegate, 31, Dolores, Colo., formerly of Ozark, died July 11 when his car plunged from a mountain road. Funeral services were held in Dolores. Area survivors include his mother, Mrs. Hazel Keen and two brothers, David and Gary, all of Sparta; and two sisters, Brenda Cornelison of Reeds Spring and Lenda Shepherd of Republic. Also surviving are his wife, Terry and two sons, Shane and Roy Allen.

Applegate, Ruth E. (Edwards) 8 Mar 1933 - 14 Jul 1996   CCH-N 20 Jul 1996

[Note: married Thomas Applegate]

Ruth E. Applegate, 63, passed away Sunday, July 14, 1996 in Leesburg, FL. Ruth was survived by her husband, Thomas; one daughter, Cynthia Applegate of College  Station, TX; two brothers, Fred Edwards of Rockaway', Beach, and Robert Edwards of Ava; three sisters, Dorothy Gaines of Independence, Mo, Margie Briscoe of Kansas City, KS, and Ruby Ford of Ozark. Graveside services were held at Lebanon Cemetery June 18, 1996.

 

Applegate, Thelma Lou (Melton) 1904 - 28 Jul 1991   NN-E 1 Aug 1991

[Note: Daughter of Jim & Belle (Jenkins) Melton; married Thonie Applegate 8 Mar 1910 -  5 Nov 1991]

Thelma Lou Applegate, 87, died Sunday, July 28, 1991, in Riverview Manor, Ozark, following a two-year illness. She was born in Douglas County near Ava, the daughter of Jim and Belle (Jenkins) Melton. She married Thonie Applegate. She was a homemaker and member of Mound Baptist Church. After spending a few years in the state of Washington, they returned to Douglas County near Ava and then moved to Elkland, where they lived for two years before entering Riverview Manor. Survivors include her husband of 57 years, Thonie; two sisters, Emma Jean Rice, Missoula, Mont., and Gertrude Lawrence, Ozark; and many nieces and nephews. The funeral was Wednesday morning in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial was in Jenkins Cemetery in Douglas County.

Applegate, Thonie 8 Mar 1910 -  5 Nov 1991  NN-E 14 Nov 1991

[Note: Son of David Henry & Sarah (Homer) Applegate; married Thelma Lou Melton 1904 - 28 Jul 1991

Thonie Applegate, 81, Ozark, died Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1991 in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield.  He was born March 8, 1910 at Keltner and was the son of David Henry and Sarah Homer Applegate. Much of his adult life was spent in the state of Washington. He retired from Washington State Hospital and returned to this area 19 years ago. He was a member of Mound Baptist Church of Elkland. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Lou Thelma, July 28, 1991; his parents; eleven brothers and sisters; and a half-brother and sister. Survivors include a brother, Melvis Applegate, Sparta; a half-brother, the Rev. James “Hobo” Applegate, Oldfield; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday in Adams Funeral Home with the Rev. Leo Thompson officiating. Burial was in Jenkins Cemetery, Douglas County.

 

Applegate, Wilda Lou  (Phillips) 2 Apr 1944 - 26 Feb 2003 gwobit

[Note: Daughter of Thomas Jessie & Bertha Georgia (Givens) Phillips; married Candy Applegate]

Wilda Lou Applegate, 58, Ozark, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2003, in Ozark Riverview Manor. She was born April 2, 1944 in Bruner, the daughter of Thomas Jessie Phillips and Bertha Georgia Givens Phillips. She had been employed by Hagales, and was a member of Victory Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Candy Applegate; her parents; and a nephew, Michael Phillips. Survivors include a sister, Lola May Newberry, Bruner; two brothers, Rex Phillips, Sparta, and Lenny Phillips and wife Sherry, Republic; her best friend, Norman Russell, Ozark; and nephews and nieces. Funeral services were Monday, March 3, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Bob Brickner officiating. Burial followed in Temple Hill Cemetery.

Appleman, Joseph W. 12 Jun 1908 - Jul 1973 OH 26 Jul 1973 p9

[Note: married Wilma]

Billings - Services for Joseph W. Appleman, 65 of Rt. 2, Billings, were held last Saturday at  Christian Church at Clark. Burial was in Clark Chapel Cemetery under direction of Cantrell of Republic. Surviving are his wife, Wilma; two daughters, Betty Appleman, Billings and Julia Ann Cavender, Independence; three brothers, George M., Holliday, E. B. of Tucson, Ariz. and R. G. of Stillwater, Okla. and two sisters, Mrs. Wanda Matteoni, Chicago, Ill and Mrs. Ruth Vestal, Bevier, Mo.

Applying, Thomas M. 1817 - Jun 1902 CCR 19 Jun 1902

Thomas M. Applying, aged 84, the oldest native-born citizen of Montgomery County.

Arbuckle, Sarah Jane (Smith) Yates 29 Dec 1932 - 12 Feb 2007 SN-L 15 Feb 2007 & SN-L 16 Feb 2007

[Note: Daughter of Clyde & Helen (Krieg) Smith; married 18 Nov 1950 John E. Yates; married 8 May 1971 Walter "Sonny" Arbuckle]

Sarah Jane Arbuckle, 74, peacefully went home to be with the Lord early Monday morning, Feb. 12, 2007. She was born on December 29, 1932, the daughter of Helen (Krieg) Smith and Clyde Smith. Sarah was married to John E. Yates on Nov. 18, 1950. To this marriage was born two daughters, Kathy Hinton, of Nixa, and Sheryl Thomas, of Springfield. Later in life, Sarah married Walter "Sonny" Arbuckle, on May 8, 1971. Sarah was employed for many years at Hamby's Steak House, and retired in 1993 from General Electric Motors. She attended North Side Assembly Church. She was preceded in death by her spouse, Sonny; her parents, Clyde Smith and Helen Moman; and two brothers, Raymond Clarence Kinser, and Robert Patrick Kinser. Sarah is survived by her two daughters, Kathy Hinton, of Nixa, and Sheryl Thomas, of Springfield; three sisters, Betty Lund, of Springfield, Janet Adams, of Springfield, and Sandy Kelley of Miss.; three brothers, Albert Smith of Springfield, Ben Smith, of Springfield, and Jon Smith, of Rogersville; five grandchildren, Tammi M. Heim, Nixa, Melissa R. Schumpert, Ozark, David T. Coonis, N.J., Ashley B. Thomas, Springfield, and S. Justin Thomas, of Springfield; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007, at 1 p.m. in Greenlawn Funeral Home, North. Visitation will be held Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, 6 to 8 p.m. in the funeral home. Sarah was a wonderful, beautiful, giving person, and it seemed like the world stopped on Monday, February 12, 2007, when we lost our Mom, Sister, Grandma, and Granny. We will love and miss her until we meet again.

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