Volume XV Issue X The Ogden Valley news Page May 1, 2008 Announcements Obituaries Ruth Norine Peterson Huband Ruth Norine Peterson Huband, 93, passed away on April 23, 2008, at the home of her son, Edwin Huband in Rockville, Maryland. She was born August 15, Ruth Huband 1914, in Huntsville, Utah at the family home. She was a daughter of Joseph and Mary Peterson, the fifth of ten children. Ruth grew up in Huntsville and had many wonderful experiences in her childhood. She made many lifelong friends during her early years. She graduated from Weber High School and L.D.S. Seminary in 1932. On March 29, 1935 she married Lane A. Huband in the Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple. After their marriage the couple lived in several locations including Lyman, Wyoming; Salt Lake City, St. George, Utah; and Los Angeles, California. In 1945 they returned to Utah and resided in North Ogden until Lane’s death in 1994. She was a member of the North Ogden 3rd Ward. Ruth was a talented musician and played the piano and organ in church services for many years. She also served as a Primary and Sunday School teacher and was in the Primary leadership. She worked as a seamstress both at home and at an Ogden department store. She also enjoyed making many rugs and quilts that are still enjoyed by many of her family members. After Lane’s retirement, Ruth and Lane served as temple-workers in the Ogden L.D.S. Temple for 8 years. They also enjoyed traveling and took many road trips to sites in the Western U.S. In Ruth’s later years she enjoyed reading and spending time with family. Ruth was also a caregiver and helped care for family members when needed. She cared for two sons, Edwin and Tommy, when they had polio in the 1950’s. After Lane’s death her daughter, Connie and her husband Joe, provided Ruth with loving care at their home in Eugene, Oregon for several years. During that time Connie often traveled with her to Utah to visit her other children and family members. She also visited family in California and Redmond, Oregon. In her later years, her son, Edwin and his wife Pat, provided Ruth with the same loving care at their home in Rockville, Maryland. Ruth would never say a bad word about anyone and she never complained. She was a sweet caring person who was loved by all. If we all lived like she did, what a better place this world would be. She is survived by her children Edwin (Pat) Huband and Frank (Mary) Huband of Rockville, Maryland, George Huband and Mrs. Gary (JoDell “Jody”) Charlesworth of Ogden, and Mrs. Joe (Connie) Sneddon of Eugene, Oregon. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Jim “Mary” Marker of North Ogden; 19 grandchildren; and 47 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; one son, Thomas; her parents; and eight brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held on April 29, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd., Ogden where friends and family may call from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Interment will be at Ben Lomond Cemetery in North Ogden. Condolences may be sent to the family at <www.myers-mortuary.com> Guess Who is All Grown Up? See page 15. Family History Library to Hold Free Research Series on New England SALT LAKE CITY — On Saturday, May 17, 2008, the Family History Library is offering an allday series of classes on New England research. Specific topics include an overview of New England records, probate, land and tax records, military records, and New England collections. Classes run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., and will be held in the main floor classroom in the library. To view the complete schedule and a series poster online go to <www.familysearch.org> The library is located to the west of Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City. To register for these free classes, send an email to FHLClassReg@ldschurch.org or call 801-240-4950. Temple Square Performances for May 2008 A musical feast is scheduled for May’s 2008 Temple Square performances, with two concerts in the Tabernacle and ten concerts in the Assembly Hall all beginning at 7:30 p.m. The concerts are free but limited to those eight years of age and older, unless otherwise indicated. Friday, May 2—Lyceum Repertory Orchestra, with conductor Kayson Brown, will perform in the Assembly Hall works by Mozart, Debussy, Shulman, and Liszt. The concert also features music performed by The Music School Chamber Orchestra, Lyceum Strings, and Honors String Quintet with director Denise Willey, and internationally renowned guest artist David Gould. This concert will be open to all ages. Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3— The Bells on Temple Square will present a spring concert in the Salt Lake Tabernacle, under the direction of Tom Waldron. Tickets are required. For free tickets, call 801-5700080 or visit www.lds.org/events. Saturday, May 3—Salt Lake City’s wellknown International Children’s Choir and its over 100 children and youth singers will give a program of international folk music and a broad spectrum of religious songs. Directed by its founder Dr. Kathy Sorensen since the early 1990s, the choir has gained international notoriety via recordings, television and film appearances, and public performances throughout the world. Friday, May 9—The Intermountain Children Strings will perform in the Assembly Hall a program of classical selections and folk tunes. Their founding director, Melanie Hoggan, and newly-appointed director, Melissa Thatcher, will conduct tonight’s concert. The group has performed throughout the state of Utah for numerous organizations and dignitaries, and made their European performing debut in 2005. This concert will be open to all ages. Saturday, May 10—The 50-female voice Schubert Singers, directed by Harold Stokes, will sing in the Assembly Hall musical theater selections by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Alain Boblil and Claude Schonberg, as well as spiritual pieces by Janice Kapp Perry and Donald Ripplingler, and some patriotic songs. Friday, May 16—Nebo Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Benjamin K. Winkler, will present a program entitled, “Cowboy Up!” in the Assembly Hall. The program includes pieces by John Williams, Aaron Copland, Ferde Grofè, Bill Holcombe, and Richard Rogers. This 55-piece symphony orchestra has members who come from throughout southern Utah County. Saturday, May 1 —A “Families Making Music” concert, featuring well-known choral conductor and pianist Brady Allred, soprano Carol Ann Allred, and pianist Laurel Enke, will be presented in the Assembly Hall. The concert will also showcase the Allred’s daughters Loren, Megan, Brennan, and Karin, as well as violinist Blythe Enke, and Peter Margulies on trumpet. A varied program of classical, spiritual, and American show tunes will be performed. Friday, May 23—Mountain West Chorale, directed by Richard B. Pearce, will sing sacred, patriotic, Americana, and selected international folk songs in the Assembly Hall. The group consists of over forty members from various communities along the Wasatch Front. The choir has performed throughout the United States. Saturday, May 24—A “Families Making Music” concert featuring the Brody and Corine Hart family, which also includes violinist Esther Larsen, Matthew and Brittany Gardner, and Joshua and Melodie Gardner will take place in the Assembly Hall. The concert will showcase the multi-faceted talents of family members with vocal, piano, organ, violin, cello, and other instruments being featured. Three are members of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Three others are members of the Orchestra at Temple Square, while Esther Larsen has taught music for twenty-five years. This concert will be open to all ages. Friday, May 30—Piano duo Merla Little and Gretchen Tanner will perform in the Assembly Hall an entertaining program featuring works by Sergey Rachmaninoff, George Gershwin, Arthur Benjamin, and Norman Dello Joio. Merla Little teaches piano pedagogy and intermediate piano pedagogy to piano majors and is the director of the Preparatory Division at the University of Utah. Gretchen Tanner, is the assistant director of the Preparatory Division and teaches beginning piano as well as private students. Saturday, May 31—Tamara Tanner, violin; Steve Emerson, cello; and Jeffrey Price, piano will share their talents in concert in the Assembly Hall by performing Passacaglia by Johan Halvorsen; Five Melodies, Op. 35a for violin and piano by Sergey Prokofiev; Piano Trio in B Major, op. 8 by Johannes Brahms. 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