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Page 10 Billings County Pioneer June 27, c 2013 Dan Toot, Miriam Reuter and Nile Hawver take part in the summer production of 'Henry V'. (Cour- tesy Photo) 'Henry V' being performed during summer tour Montana Shakespeare in the Parks The performance company Sweet Pea Festival, are free and tick- is performing William Shakespeare's launched its 10-week tour June 19 "Henry V" and George Farquhar's with eight performances in Bozeman "The Recruiting Officer" during its before hitting the road July 1 and 2013 tour throughout Montana, concluding its summer tour on Sept. northern Wyoming, eastern Idaho, 8. western North Dakota and eastern "This summer, an anticipated au- Washington this summer, dience of over 30,000 will be treated In its 41st season, the troupe ex- to two wonderful performances that pects to perform 75 performances in encompass classic history to hilari- 60 communities. The company fea- ous restoration comedy," said Joel tures 10 professional actors selected Jahnke, MSIP's artistic director and a by national auditions who tour with- professor of theater at Montana State out technical assistance to bring live University. theatre to communities primarily in Jahnke, who has been with the rural areas, company since 1977, will direct this 'Henry V' is scheduled to be per- year's production of "Henry V." Dur- formed at 6 p.m. on July 7 at Beach's ing his tenure, Jahnke has directed Swimming Pool Park. more than 40 productions for MSIP. 'Henry V' is a history play, be- Associate artistic director William lieved to have been written around Brown directs "The Recruiting Offi- 1599. It tells the story of King Henry cer," which is the comedy. V of England, focusing on events im- All performances of Montana mediately before a battle in the Hun- Shakespeare in the Parks, with the dredYears' War. exception of those at Bozeman's ets are not needed for admission. Audiences are encouraged to show up prior to the appointed curtain time with chairs, blankets, and a picnic supper. Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is an outreach program of MSU's College of Arts and Architecture in Bozeman. Performances this summer are supported by grants and corporate sponsorships as well as hundreds of individual donors who give what they can to keep the performances free and available to everyone in the touring area. Put Your Money Where Your House Is! Iocat~ independent .~*~C~,~ strengt e~~, out t~usmesses are ~-~ comff~unity your best va~ue an o~7 ~o ~oi~5, Block (Continued from Page 1) As a young boy, Stonecipher first rate, high altitude flight school grew up in Pasadena, Calif. His fu- literally took off. ture was forged as he watched police First runner-up was Noah Leask, helicopters fly overhead. By 18, he president and CEO of Ishpi Infor- was certified to fly. By 19, with an mation Technologies, Inc., Mount instructor's certificate in hand, he Pleasant, S.C. was teaching others the intricacies Leask, a service-disabled U.S. of helicopter flight. Navy veteran, started a cyber-de- Stonecipher is president and fense business out of his home with CEO of Guidance Aviation in his wife Lisa, a former U.S. Naval Prescott, Ariz. He founded Guid- officer He is a member of the Sault ance Aviation in 1998 and the com- Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indi- pany took residence at Prescott's ans, and he decided to name his Municipal Airport. From there, business ISHPI, which means "to Stonecipher's dream of creating a move forward" in the Chippewa lan- your travel few minutes to time to sloW and be safe. II on ii -- www nddot;dickhqson corn Department of Transportation guage. The business supports U.S~ counter-terrorism efforts through in-'.i formation operations and intell,i~" gence support services. Clie~ include the U.S. Central Command and the Department of Homelar~ Security. ~ The National Small Busine~,s Person of the Year and runners-t~ were selected from among the stale winners in 50 states, the District bf Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam arid the U.S. Virgin Islands. The awar~ts] were announced at a natiort.~i! awards luncheon, i[ !: Belfield Police Department sum- possession of controlled substance, 5, mary of calls for May: class C felony; ingestion of con- Tint, 2; warnings, 37; muffled ex- trolled substance, 2; concealed hauat; 1; failed to usetum signal, 1; weapon; 2; carrying aloaded firearm, failed to register motor vehicle, 1; no 1; simple assault, 1; vandalism, 1; driver's license in possession, 1; stop unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, sign, 3; driving while suspended/re- 1; hindering, 1; public intoaica- voked, 4; disorderly c61aduct, 5; re- tion/detoxification, 1; DUI/APC sisfi'ng arrest, 2; fleeing in motor adult, 3; bar fights, 2; minor con- v, ehicle,]; fleeing on foot, 1; posses- suming alcohol, 6; minor DUI, 1; sion with intent to sell, 1 - a class medical, 10; dog calls, 8; warrant for A felony; possession of drug para- arrest, 1; house search, 1; vehicle im- phernalia marijuana, 1; possession of pound/trying to seize 2011 Honda d~g paraphernalia, 4, class C felony; Civic, 1; total, 113 Lowman (Continued from Page 1) Dickinson State College on a football - Legacy Award: Russ Danielson, scholarship, where later his team was Fargo, is a former NDCHF board inducted into the DSU Athletic Hall member, distinguished cattle man, of Fame. Lynn was a volunteer for the leader of NDSU's animal science pro- United States Army, as well as a re- gram and mentor/advisor to NDSU's serve champion steer wrestler, rodeo Little International, Saddle and Sir- judge, stock contractor, business loin Club and several generations of owner and rancher. NDSU animal science students. July 15, 1937: mings. The wallpaper will be re- Carl Indergaard resigns his office stored to its original design, a panel as postmaster after 15 years of serv- of the old paper having been sent to ice. Mr. Indergaard has opened an in- a factory where the original design is surance office in the room under the being reproduced. W. J. Franklin, brick block, painter, repainted the Chateau some July 22, 1937: 14 years ago, which is the only paint- Ronald Cubista of Billings bought ing that had been done since the the half interest of Gus Beaudoin in Marquis and Marquise left? the Town Pump. He was one of the Aug. 5, 1937: partners when the Town Pump was Mr. and Mrs. John Garlin of first opened. Chicago were in Dickinson seeking Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Smith note her father's grave. She was an infant their 40th anniversary. Mr. Smith, when he killed himself in the Impe- who has an aversion to dressing up, rial Hotel in Belfield by hanging had his shoes and socks forcefully himself with his suspenders from the removed - by his daughters and bedstead in January 1911. Her fa- daughters-in-law with the threat to ther's name was Broderick, Hand- continue if necessary. He changed some Jack, or Big Jack. He had his own clothes, planned to purchase a hotel in the The Chateau De Mores is being area but was doped and robbed on painted and wallpapered. The build- the train and ended up in Betfield. ing will be painted in the original (She did find that the man was buried pearl gray, with dark gray trim- in Dickinson). Senior Center's schedule The Belfield Senior Citizen's Ac- tivity Center announces the follow- ing schedule of events for July: - July 3, 1 p.m., dominoes - July 17, 9 a.m. to noon and 1- 2:30 p.m. health screening; 1 p.m., business meeting - July 21, 12:30 p.m., potluck din- ner July 29, 1-2:30 p.m., bingo, pool, Wii; birthday party following games - RSVP 55+ Bone Builders Exer- cise Program, Mondays and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. ! .; :~ 1844: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints founder Joseph Smith was murdered by a mob in Carthage, Ill. 1898: Joshua Slocum became the first person to successfully circumnav- igate the earth alone when he landed his sloop Spray in Newport, R.I., a 46,000-mile trip. 1922: The Newbery Medal for chil- dren's literature was first awarded. 1985: The legendary Route 66, running from Chicago to Santa Mon- ica, Calif., was decertified, the victim of the Interstate Highway System. molw your a higher risk of death . .... syndrome I. 800. Q U IT. N OW