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Utah County, . APRTT, 27, KM D a j| v Herald ounty, Utah WUIIJ IICIUIU Mrs. Margaret Cloward To Mark 80th Birthday PAYSON - Mrs. Margaret Mendenhall Cloward will be honored at an open house noting noting her 80th birthday on Sunday, Sunday, May 1, at the Payson Fourth Ward hall. Friends and relatives are invited to call between between 2 and 5 p.m. No gifts, please. Mrs. Cloward was born, April 30, IBRfi, in Fairview, a daughter of Charles A. and Margaret Ann Anderson Terry. She married Jesse Mendenhall Nov. 1, 1904. He died Feb. 7, 1920. She married Orson Cloward, Cloward, Aug. 10, 1926 He died Jan. 6, 1937. Mrs. Cloward ts an active member of the LDS church. She has been a Relief Society Visiting Teacher for the past 40 years, held office of secretary secretary of the Primary and secretary secretary of the genealogy class and has been a teacher in the Sunday Sunday School. She is a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Pioneers. She was a nurse at the old Curtis Hospital in Payson for a period of four years. Her children coming from California to attend the open house are Mrs. Bert (Zelda) Tuttle, Mrs. LeRoy (Nina) MRS. MARGARET CLOWAR0 Mangum and Terry Mendenhall Other children who will attend are Mrs. Leon (Thelma) Taylor, Taylor, Mrs. Reuel (Gladys) Clayson, Clayson, Rex Mendenhall, all of Payson; Mrs. James (LaDora) Brady, Santaquin; Lee Mendenhall, Mendenhall, Provo. She has 31 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. •'•"'. * * * Waterspouts sometimes reach Robinson, Mrs. Dana (Jessie) 2,000 feet into the sky.