Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 12, 1973 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

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Hi (JKEKLEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thiirt., April 12,1173 Stan Ken ton's drummer now teaching at UNC After participating in several bands and being involved with performers in music, Derryl Goes, assistant professor of music at the University of Northern Colorado has settled down to work with his students. Goes worked with various bands including the Stan Kenton Band as a teacher and a performer, taught at public schools and has had contacts with people in the music business. He now teaches brass and percussion at UNC and directs the Jazz Band which has won several awards in the state and the nation. In 1963 and 1965, Goes traveled with the Kenton band and taught at summer music camps for students all over the country. Though he no longer works for the band, Goes does keep in touch with Kenton, who has been limiting his travel in the past year because of illness. Goes was the drummer for the band. "The drummer he has now, I had as a student when I used to teach for Kenton," Goes said. Traveling with the Kenton band acquainted Goes with some names in jazz and members of,other bands. "It is Mall to put rails around its fountains The Health Department has recommended that the management construct railings around the fountains in the Greeley Mall, according to Glen Paul, acting director. · "Since the three fountains in the mall are three to four feet deep," said Paul, "they present a danger to children and adults unless there are railings to prevent accidents. A tumble into one of the fountains, whether filled with water or not, could result in serious injury." According to the Mall's management, a railing with benches will be constructed around the center fountain, and protective railings will go up around the other two fountains. good to know people in the music business," he said, adding that four of UNC's graduates are now members of the ationally-known Glenn Miller Orchestra. Another student has become the drummer for singer Tom Jones. Other students are presently members of the NORAD band, a band for the combined United States armed services. "Professionally, we have been very lucky," he said. As, director of the University's Jazz Band, Goes and the group represented the United States at the International Jazz Festival in 1971 at Monlreaux. Switzerland. At UNC Goes teaches classes, performs and is presently getting ready for the Colorado College Jazz Festival which her originated two years ago. This year, 16 bands from Colorado, Wyoming and Texas will participate in the day-long event April 28 at the University Center. "There is no contest, they just play what they want to play." Questions and Answers THE FAMILY CIRCUS Q. My wife died last month. I'm 60'and can't work. Since I was completely supported by my wife, why must I wait until I'm 62 to get social security payments on her earnings record? A. You don't have lo wait. The law has been changed. A dependent widower now can receive reduced social security ~^. . -··, , ,_iu r payments at 60 or full benefits "Mommy, how long till you give me back my roller at 65. ' 4-lZ skates?' . , SEE THROUGH DRUM -- Derryl Goes, assistant professor of music at the University of Northern Colorado, displays a drum made of clear plastic. Goes says this material not only makes an interesting viewing effect but also gives a finer quality to the drums (UNC photo by Bob Waters) New Raymer News FRIDAY THE B' k SALE Jr. smock lops of no-Iron polyostor cofton Ruffles and eyelet trim. Square and scoop neckline. Dazzling prints. Sizes S,M,L. ·eautiful tapoitrios in clastic themes 20x40' "The Last Supper" and "The Good Shepherd" to grace your home. Fine colors. Superb gift, tool 40x58" size $14.97 ea. Kimbies® daytime 30 diapers '153 Reg. $1.85 Baby-shaped, Safety tapet, no pint needed. Throw-away. Waterproof cover. For 12-22 Ib. baby. Pick 0 6 - pack of washcloths Jf, ; « akg. Keg. $1.00 Package of 6 thick, thinly, all cotton terry wathclolhi. liyi x 11'/a" lire. Choote lolld colon. Humpty Dumpty accent lamps each Keg. $3.99 Children will love ill Trantlucenl white top, solid color bate; red, gold, green and black. 12" ballerina lamp shade 'each Reg. $1.39 Givet new life lo old lampi. Ace* tat« with all-over flocked iklrt. Matched ruchlng, bow. Queen - size pantyhose 9Wpalr Reg. $1.27 On. .lie lilt 5' 1" lo 5' 10", 44" lo 56" hipi. Multlfllament for bcll.r fit and comfort. Savel By MRS. DON HORTON Wayne Vangraefschepe, State FFA President, accompanied Dwight Seegmiller, National FFA President, Tuesday through Saturday, visiting FFA Chapters in the High Plains District. Dwight was a weekend guest of Wayne and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Vangraefschepe in New Raymer. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bussey were guests of Mrs. Dorothy Eussey of Westminster, Sunday to Tuesday evening. Other guests were Mrs. West of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Eussey of Frisco; Mr. and Mrs. Kris Cook and Allen Bussey. Conrad Will, son Steve, and Mrs. Virginia Ghidinelli, Marjorie and Tom of Ferndale, Calif., were recent visitors at the Don Horton home. They are cousins of Mrs. Horton who were called to Colorado because of the illness of their grandfather, Frank Underwood- Mr, and Mrs. Bill Breazeale, Lisa and Eric were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wookey and Frank were Sunday morning coffee guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Horton and family. Mrs. Don Horton, Chris, Cindy and Amy were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I-ester Underwood in Greeley. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Short (Joyce) Alvin, Janet and Judy Steffen hosted an open house for their parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steffen's 25th wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon at the 4-H building. Got a 4-bedroom family in a 3-bedroom house? With today's high cost of building a new home, you may be better off adding-on to your present home. The cost of building a new home often seems to go up faster than the new homes being built. So what can the man whose family has outgrown their home do about it? You might want and enlarging the home you have. Remodeling is expensive too, but you'll be borrowing the money for a much shorter time. So, if you need more house, why don't you come in and talk it over. In fact, for personal loans of any kind, please call or come by and see us. DOWNTOWN BUNNY DAYS · FRIDAYS SATURDAY Visit the downtown area -- Look for the roving Bunnies who will be issuing Discount Script for the participating stores. downtown Open Friday Nights 'til 8:30 A SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED Weld COLORADO BANK Wall plaques on sturdy cork SPLASH 2'-99* Colorful, cheerful room addition! Florali, landscapes, children, more Buy leveral. 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