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is Is Golden Wedding Party Given in Couple's Honor BOUNTIFUL— In honor of their golden wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stoddard of Bountiful were honored Saturday at a reception at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Stoddard Judd, street, Salt The couple ,Mr - 488 C Lake, were married in the L. D. S. endowment house in Salt Lake, October 14, 1383, by President Daniel H. Wells. Mr. Stoddard was born here October 1, 1857, a son of Charles H. and Anna Telford Stoddard. During the construction of the Logan L. D. S. temple, Mr. Stoddard helped hnul lumber from Logan canyon. For the greater part of his life he had engaged in farming nnd stock raising. Mrs. Stoddard, formerly Sarnh Elizabeth Weaver, was born April 22, 180C, in Mlllville, a daughter of Gilber and Sarah Elizabeth Weaver. Shortly after ~&T their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard moved to Downey, Idaho, where they lived until 1901, when they moved to the Big Horn country in Wyo- living there for 27 years. They returned to Bountiful in 1929, since Mrs. Stoddard which time Mr. Stoddard has been etired from active business. Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard are the par- ints of six living sons and daughters: }. W. Jr., Roy and Guy Stoddard and Mrs. Alice S. McGuire, Los Angeles; S. Stoddard, Chicago, and Mrs. Judd, Salt Lake. They also have nine ;randchiklren. ming, where they were instrumental in the colonization of that country. They moved to Meg ra th, Canada, Alberta, in 1902,

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 16 Oct 1933, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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