Mrs. Hollingsworth Dies, Services Set Friday Afternoon

Mrs. Caroline Radden Hollingsworth, 84, died Wednesday in Natrona County Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness.

Born April 14, 1888, in Chicago, IL she came to Wyoming in 1917 from South Dakota with her first husband, George Radden. They homesteaded on the land where the Casper Air Terminal is now located. Radden preceded her in death in 1925 while be was working for the Casper Police Department

Later she was married to Ira Hollingsworth who preceded her in death in 1914. Mrs. Hollingsworth lived on Allendale Boulevard for 21 years before going to live in the Paradise Valley Healthcare some two years ago.

Mrs. Hollingsworth was a member of the Methodist Church and the Rebekah Lodge in Springview, Neb., where she lived for a time.

Survivors Include two sons, Stanley S, Radden of Casper and Warren F. Radden of Gillette; three' daughters, Mrs. Loren (Georgia) Foreman of Casper, Mrs. Lee (Nettie) Ross of Sprlngview, and Mrs. Dean (Lorraine) Clopton of Dumont, N.J.; a sister, Mrs. Theodore Weise of Long Pine, Neb.; 16 grandchildren; and 27 great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Memorial Chapel with the Rev. George Hougham of the First United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Either flowers or memorials to the Blue Envelope Fund will be equally appreciated.


Caroline, widow of Ira S. of William F. of Jesse of William of Isaac of George of Abraham of Thomas of Valentine

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