For the young Doris
, however, there were two big attractions in the front parlour.
, who is now widowed, said turning 102 "doesn't worry me at all".
When he left school, Norman was a messenger boy for an insurance company and then joined the civil service, while Doris
studied shorthand and typing and took a clerical job.
said: "I've been out for three months so that was my first 60 minutes.
then met and married her husband John and the pair, who did not have any children, spent more than 40 years of their married life living in Lemington.
A place, said Doris
, "where everyone helped each other.
Sheerin and Doris
called Callum Reidford into action after the break but Falkingham had the final say.
As she learned more about the studio and social dancing, Doris
was invited to attend Mr.
Bubb; left, a card advertising a Kodak competition from the bygone age of beauty contests, top left, Olive Holland; top right, a card for the Daily Express Beautysnaps Contest which Doris
and Olive entered.
gt;What: Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes star in this fictional story about the real relationship between heiress Doris
Duke and her butler.
Four-times married (once widowed, thrice divorced) Doris
finally gave up on men in 1981 and founded the Doris
Day Animal League.
Jones (1913-2006) Doris
Jones, who died in March, was a pioneer in teaching classical ballet to black students; she then went on to found the Capitol Ballet Company to show their accomplishment.