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Texas Beauty Named Miss Wool (1962)

Angelo State University, Porter Henderson Library

Sound | 1962

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  •  The contestants pose with lambs in diapers 
  •  Lambs on the loose! “The lambs are cute, but not too bright. Who in his right mind would run away from these shepherdesses?”  
  •  “The winner is a home state girl!” 
  •   Anita Runge Moore is sitting front left wearing a hat and applauding the contestants. She was reared on the J. Forrest Runge ranch south of Christoval on the Tom Green/Schleicher County line. She lives in Pueblo, Colorado, now. Anita is wearing a small hat, glasses, and white gloves.  
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