Anna Grace MAUS
- Birth: 28 Sep 1882, Seeley, Guthrie, Iowa
- Married: 18 Jun 1902, Creston, Union, Iowa
- Death: 29 Oct 1974, McCall, Valley, ID
Services for Anna Grace Carter, 92, of 1555 Franklin, who died Tuesday at a McCall (Idaho) hospital, will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Relyea Mortuary by the Rev. Dr. Newell Morgan of the First Christian Church. Interment will be in Morris Hill Cemetery.
She was born Sept. 28, 1882, at Seely, Iowa, a daughter of Albert O. and Jane Mary Grove Maus. She married Charles Leslie Carter June 19, 1902, at Creston, Iowa, and they came to Idaho in 1906. The couple operated a farm and he later worked in the building trade. He died in 1956.
She was a member of the First Christian Church and a charter member of the Krow Eldeen Club.
Surviving are two sons, Charles M. and Robert L., both of Riggins, two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Smith of China Lake, Calif., and Mrs. Arta Grow of Spokane; 12 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the Elks Rehabilitation Center, Boise.
Friends may call until 8:30 p.m. today and until service time Saturday at the Relyea Mortuary.
1. Church Affiliation. 1st Christian Church
Anna married Charles Leslie CARTER, son of Louis Alvin CARTER and Martha Ann LUCAS, on 18 Jun 1902 in Creston, Union, Iowa. (Charles Leslie CARTER was born on 14 May 1880 in Creston, Union, Iowa and died on 8 Jul 1956 in Boise, Ada, ID.)
ARTICLE IN BOISE VALLEY HERALD - MIDDLETON, IDAHO
C.L. Carters hold open house, barbecue for friends on fiftieth wedding anniversary
June 18 was one grand day, long to be remembered by Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Carter wwho celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with an open house.
During the hours between 1:00 o'clock p.m. and 9:00 o'clock p.m. they greeted two hundred friends, who called to shower them with all the best of wishes. Among those attending were nine guests who were at the wedding fifty years age, namely: Mrs. Maud Brown, who was a bridesmaid; Mrs. Daisy Hart, Mrs. Monroe Dillie, Mrs. Helen Warshum, Mrs. D.L. Selby, Mrs. George Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. Will Chipman. Four of their children with their families attended: Mr. Cecil Grow and family; Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and family; Mr. Robert Carter and family; and Charles Carter. Twelve grandchildren and nine great grandchildren were in attendance.
Mr. Charles Borup, of Boise, tended the barbecue pit, filled with a pig, ham, turkey and beef. With meat so deliciously roasted, and the overloaded tables filled with the best of all good eating, was all that the guests could wish for. The large brides cake topped with the little bride and groom was lovely.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter have many lovely gifts from their host of friends, they will enjoy and cherish with memories of one wonderful day.