(1) Dovima Hollingsworth - 1990 - Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Dovima Hollingsworth, who went from being the fashion world's most sought-
after and higbest-paid model to hostess in a pizza parlor, died on May 3,
at her home in Fort Lauderdale. She Was 62. (Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale,
Sun. 30 Dec 1990, Section B. Thanks to Correspondent Chapman Sullivan of
(2) Maurice Hollingsworth, Pasadena, CA - 1991.
Star-News, Pasadena, p. A-8, June 6, 1991: Hollingsworth, Maurice Chester
'Holly' Hollinqsworth, M.D., a resident of Pasadena, formerly of Hancock
Park, passed away June 3, 1991. He was born Dec 23, 1914 in Richmond, IN.
Graduate of Earlham College,Richmond and Indiana University Medical School,
Class of 1941. He served in the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific as group
doctor for a fleet of LSM. Member of American Medical Association, Knights
of Malta, The Mission Doctors Association and Annandale Golf Club. He is
survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Marguerite; six sons, Stephen,
Thomas (Susan), James (Patricia), William (Maureen), Robert (Martha 'Mit-
ty') and Michael (Paula). He was the loving grandfather of Laura, Eliza-
beth, Jeffery, John, Matthew, Nathan, Morgan, Eric, Michaela, Brady, Devon,
Emily and Miles; and brother of Mrs Wilbur Kendall and family of Laguna
Niguel. Evening Mass, 11 PM Friday, Holy Cross Mausoleum, 5835 W. Slau-
son Ave., Culver City. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Mis-
sion Doctors, 1531 W Ninth St., Los Angeles, CA 90015. Callanan Mortuary,
Directors. (213) 462-2266. (Thanks to William Edmundson, editor publisher
of the Edmundson Family Bulletin, South Pasadena, CA.)
(3) Jule E. Hollingsworth, Yucaipa, CA 1991.
Jule E. Hollingsworth, 81, of Yucaipa, died Aug. 5 at the Cascade Care
Center in Caldwell, Idaho, of complications resulting from a stroke. At her
request no services will be held. Arrangements are under the direction of
the Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. Jule was born Feb, 7, 1910 in Roches-
ter, New York. She was a daughter of Pete and Anna Finch Jensen. In May of
1932, Jule married Theodore Irvin Hollingsworth. A son, Ted Irvin Hollin-
gsworth was born to them.
Mrs. Hollingsworth moved to California in 1928 where she followed a
career in fashion design and dressmaking. In recent years she has done al-
terations for "Star Cleaners" as well as being self employed in her home.
During the summer months she resided in Caldwell, Idaho. Mrs. Hollingsworth
cared deeply for her many friends in Yucaipa and never tired of helping
them any she could. "Jule filled our lives with love and laughter...
We're going to miss her," her family said.
She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Ted and Tonie Hollings-
worth of Caldwell, Idaho; her grandsons, Mike, Drayton and Bret Hollings-
worth; a sister, Florence Larison of Hemet, CA; three great-grandchildren
and two nieces and a nephew. Memorials may be made to a favorite charity.
(News-Mirror, Yucaipa & Calimesa, Calif., Aug 14, 1991, thanks to Cousin
and Correspondent, Rachel (Hollingsworth) Higginbotham, Yucaipa.)
(4) Pearl Kyle, 1983 - Jamestown, Ohio.
Pearl Kyle, 87, of 1940 Stone Rd., died at Heathergreene II Nursing Home,
Jamestown, at 2:55 p.m. Monday (7 March 1983). She was born near Jamestown
May 20, 1895, the daughter of Alonzo and Ida Luella Harness Hollingsworth.
Her husband, C. Harvey Kyle, whom she married Dec. 10, 1919, died April 6,
1971. She was a former member of the old Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church
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