|Evening Telegraph, 30th August 1940
"A message of hope for the exiles" was delivered by the Rev. A. Binney at the Men's Adult School meeting on Sunday, Mr. B. V. Page and others took part in a short discussion, and there was a solo, "The Coming Triumph" by Mr. Fred Ingram, of Wisbech, formerly choirmaster at the Rushden school.
Mr. Stanley James presided and Mr. P. Bridgment was the pianist.
|The Rushden Echo, 17th October 1947, transcribed by Kay Collins
School Founder Dies
A founder of the Rushden Adult School, Mr. Charles Smith, of 54, Higham Road, Rushden, died on Wednesday evening at the age of 84. He had been ailing for about a year. [extract from obituary]
|Rushden Echo, 6th February 1948, transcribed by Kay Collins
Addressing the Men’s Adult School on Sunday morning, Mr. Stephen Langham, the Rushden phrenologist, took as his subject “The Nature of Man”. Mr. W. Parrott presided and Mr. S. T. Beal was the pianist.