Unfortunately I didn't find a definite answer for you. Marriage records in Utah are considered private for 100 years from the date of marriage. Here's what I found.
In 1930 a Pas Kendall was living with her family in Ogden, Weber, UT.
John W. Kendall, b. ID, 37, salesman drug co.
Paralee, wife, b. ID, 35.
Parilee, dau, b. ID, 5.
Pas, dau, b. ID, 3. Just a possibility.
In 1930 a Leola M. Kendall and her family were living in Woodville, Bingham, ID.
Carris N. Kendall, 33.
Myrtle J. Kendall, 27.
Laverle C., dau, 6.
Leola M., dau, 3, b. Utah.
A Leola Kendall
on 5 Nov 1945, Moreland, Bingham, ID
Source: Western States Marriage Record Index, Volume 6, p. 144.
A Leola Kendall Dominguez vs Clarence Dominguez, mental cruelty, married March 3, 1962, Ogden.
Source: Ogden Standard Examiner, published Dec. 29, 1962, p. 10.
A Leola Kendall Dominquez vs. Clarence Dominguez, mental cruelty. Married Aug. 10, 1954, Ogden.
Source: Ogden Standard Examiner, published Feb. 18, 1965, p. 24.
I don't know why the marriage dates are different.
A Frank Christensen, 70 and
Leola M. Kendall Duran, 43
Source: Source: Ogden Standard Examiner, published Aug. 13, 1970, p. 37.
Did you get copies of the birth certificates? It seems very odd that the mother's name isn't on a birth certificate.