Carroll, M. Margaurite (Mau) (April 13, 1898 - December, 1979)
Funeral services are held for
Douglas Budget - December 20, 1979M. Margaurite(Marguerite) Carroll, well known teacher and member of a pioneer ranching family, passed away in Douglas after a prolonged illness.
Margaurite (Marguerite) was born April 13, 1898 to Frank and Esther Mau who had pioneered in sheep ranching near Cokeville. An enthusiastic scholar, Margaurite (Marguerite)attended schools in Wyoming and Colorado and received a Bachelor and Master of Science from the University of Wyoming where she was an active member of Pi Betta Phi sorority.
After teaching in Puerto Rico, Marguerite was employed by Douglas High School where she taught science and home economics. In 1927 she married Elmer Carroll of Douglas. For several years the couple operated a restaurant in Douglas. In addition to business, teaching, and raising a family, Marguerite contributed to community affairs. She was a County or Precinct Republican Committee Woman for a number of years, and served the Red Cross and various service organizations.
Marguerite was also a member of Christ Episcopal Guild, Douglas Panhellenic Club, the American Legion Auxiliary, and Wyoming Pioneers.
After her children were grown, Marguerite spent several ears as a home economics and science teacher in Shoshoni.
Mrs. Carroll is survived by two daughters; Marguerite (Mrs. Robert) Haner of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mary Frances (Mrs. Charles) Cole of Hacienda Heights, Calif.; one son, William of Douglas, six grandchildren; Charles, John and Marcelee Cole of California; and Carole, Cindi and Sherrill Haner of N.M., and two great grandchildren.
Services will be private with cremation.