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Miss America 1966

Miss America 1966
Date September 11, 1965
Presenters Bert Parks, Bess Myerson
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Broadcaster CBS
Winner Deborah Bryant
Kansas

Miss America 1966, the 39th Miss America, pageant, was held at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 11, 1965[1] on CBS Network.

Results

  • Miss America 1966: Deborah Bryant (Miss Kansas)
  • First runner-up: Patricia Puckett (Miss Mississippi)
  • Second runner-up: Eileen Smith (Miss Indiana)
  • Third runner-up: Carol Blum (Miss Florida)
  • Fourth runner-up: Sharon Singstock (Miss Wisconsin)
  • Semi-finalists: Linda Folsom (Miss Alabama), Lynda Lee Ferguson (Miss Louisiana), Susan Elizabeth Pack (Miss Oregon), Nancy Janice Moore (Miss South Carolina) &R Frances Yvonne Vernon (Miss Utah).
  • Preliminary Talent winners: Linda Folsom (Miss Alabama), Eileen Mary Smith (Miss Indiana), & Nancy Janice Moore (Miss South Carolina).
  • Preliminary Swimsuit winners: Deborah Bryant (Miss Kansas), Patricia Puckett (Miss Mississippi) & Kathryn Elizabeth Blaikie (Miss Nevada)

References

  1. ^ Associated Press (1965-09-13). "From Freckles to Miss America". Miami News. p. 12B. 

External links

  • Miss America official website
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