Source: Times-News, February 19, 1948:
Mel Schubert to Direct College's Play at Pocatello
IDAHO STATE COLLEGE, Pocatello. Feb. 19 -- Mel Schubert, formerly of Twin Falls, is the director of "Joan of Lorraine," by Maxwell Anderson, which is to be presented at Idaho State college Friday and Saturday.
Schubert is a new member of the college faculty. He was graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in dramatics and has had three years experience as a professional actor in Hollywood and Little Theater products.
In addition to directing the play, Schubert also designed the settings for the production.
Two Twin Falls students at the college have parts in the presentation. They are Jane Anderson and Lila Kurtz.
Jack Fuller, Wendell, also has a part and Inez Burkhalter, Rupert, is a member of the costume crew.
Source: Times-News, March 1, 1948:
Winner Told for Chess Club Play
LaVerl Kimpton won the annual tournament conducted by the Twin Falls Chess club, it was announced Monday by Donald M. Murphy.
Kimpton won in a contest marked by close play. He finished only a half game ahead of Lloyd Kimpton, his brother. Ross Scott was third. The contest was held at the Rogerson hotel.
The Kimpton brothers and Scott now are eligible to challenge chess clubs from other cities and plan to play teams from Salt Lake City, Utah and Boise.
Next meeting of the Twin Falls Chess and Checker club will be at the Rogerson hotel at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Source: Official Invitation:
THE BOISE CHESS CLUB PRESENTS
WEAVER W. ADAMS
United States Open Chess Champion
in an engagement at its clubrooms situated at the Y.M.C.A., Boise, Idaho
Saturday, November 6th, 1948, at 8:00 p.m.
Lecture and Two Exhibition Games
As these games are being played Mr. Adams will explain his own special system for selecting the strongest move in each position