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HEYFORD SHOW QUEEN COLLECTS 984 VOTES Exhibits Fill Two Large Marquees Heyford’s ingenious method of electing its annual Queen of

HEYFORD SHOW QUEEN COLLECTS 984 VOTES Exhibits Fill Two Large Marquees Heyford’s ingenious method of electing its annual Queen of

Parsnips 1 F. G. Gregory, 2 A. Purvis, 3 Alder. Carrots (intermediate) 1 A. Brock, 2 F. Gregory, 3 F. Scraggs. (short) 1 I. G. Alder, 2 F. Gregory, 3F. Scraggs. Shallots 1 F. Gregory, W. Williams, 3 A. Brock. Onions (globe) 1 F. Gregory, 2 M. Go
24 August 1950 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BEMUSE Of R DRERM

BEMUSE Of R DRERM

in planning to marry Gregory? If she married Chips, two people would be happy—herself and Chips. But if she married Gregory, what then? She would not be happy, maybe, HOME. but what of all the others depending upon her and Gregory? Nobody could deny that
22 July 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Look Out, Patricia!

Look Out, Patricia!

will not'tet you go." Gregory watched her for a moment, then turned and went out of the room. She ran after him, delaying him in the corridor. " Come back, Gregory. Darling, darling, it's because I > love you. You must marry me, Gregory. Would you want me
29 March 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Vandal: Even a family dilemma can have its humorous side

The Vandal: Even a family dilemma can have its humorous side

slippers over her cold feet. Opening her door she stepped out on the landing, just as Gregory shouted to Elspeth "Tell my mother I'm here." She reflected that to men of Gregory's nature, old age was inseparable from infirmity, and it had become fixed in his
01 May 1952 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
Look Out, Patricia!

Look Out, Patricia!

once more into the town, bought herself a new dress, and was conveniently in the path of Gregory when he walked homewards from school that afternoon. " Why, Gregory," she said in surprise. " It can't be as late that already ?" " As late as what?'' he asked
16 March 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Look Out, Patricia!

Look Out, Patricia!

fresh tea," said Heidi. And you like have raspberries and cream ? "We certainly would," said Gregory, smiling at Heidi. They sat together in the swing seat, Gregory and Jasmine. Jasmine sat very still. " To-night," she thought. " There a moon to-night, and
21 March 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BEMUSE OF R DREHM

BEMUSE OF R DREHM

secretary. Remember what I told you, old chap," Gregory was saying quietly to Benjy now, and Lisa, turning to look at her small brother, saw his eyes fixed admiringly on Gregory. So this was the real Gregory, the Gregory she had never known, she though
24 July 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Look Out, Patricia!

Look Out, Patricia!

here, too. Hop in, both of vou, and we'll take Gregory back for a drink." Gregory opened the door of the car. Patricia got in and Gregory followed her. Jasmine turned her head in the darkness. " Hello, Gregory darling. Strange yoi meeting Pat here to-n
14 March 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Largesse oblige

Largesse oblige

Quest for Maundy Gregory for all the material, disclosed or still hidden, is here or elsewhere, hut still chiefly elsewhere. _ _ The many gaps in Gregory's life are filled up with an unnecessary survey of the Honours market in history (Gregory was a professio
04 March 1955 - Truth - London, London, England
 
Look Out, Patricia!

Look Out, Patricia!

saying, and Patricia and Gregory stood and listened. After a while, Breughel turned to Patricia. "What is the young man's name?" he asked. " Enford. Gregory Enford." " Ah! Ah 1 Gregory Enford. You remember, Merrivall ? Gregory Enford." The Professor tu
03 March 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland