Miss America Winners
California, Oklahoma, and Ohio are tied with the most wins by state at six each
(FYI- Miss America should not be confused with Miss USA..which is a different pageant and boasts Texas as the most successful state in pageant wins)
WINNERS OF MISS AMERICA
1921 Margaret Gorman Washington, D.C.
1922 Mary Campbell Columbus, Ohio
1923 Mary Campbell Columbus, Ohio
1924 Ruth Malcomson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1925 Fay Lanphier Oakland, California
1926 Norma Smallwood Tulsa, Oklahoma
1927 Lois Delaner Joliet, Illinois
1932 Dorothy Hann Camden, New Jersey
1933 Marian Bergeron West Haven, Connecticut
1935 Henrietta Leaver Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1936 Rose Coyle Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1937 Bette Cooper Bertrand Island, New Jersey
1938 Marilyn Meseke Marion, Ohio
1939 Patricia Donnelly Detroit, Michigan
1940 Frances Marie Burke Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1941 Rosemary LaPlanche Los Angeles, California
1942 Jo-Carroll Dennison Tyler, Texas
1943 Jean Bartel Los Angeles, California
1944 Venus Ramey Washington, D.C.
1945 Bess Myerson New York, New York
1946 Marilyn Buferd Los Angeles, California
1947 Barbara Jo Walker Memphis, Tennessee
1948 BeBe Shopp Hopkins, Minnesota
1949 Jacque Mercer Litchfield Park, Arizona
1951 Yolande Betbeze Mobile, Alabama
1952 Colleen Kay Hutchins Salt Lake City, Utah
1953 Neva Jane Langley Macon, Georgia
1954 Evelyn Margaret Ay Ephrata, Pennsylvania
1955 Lee Meriwether San Francisco, California
1956 Sharon Ritchie Denver, Colorado
1957 Marian McKnight Manning, South Carolina
1958 Marilyn Van Derbur Denver, Colorado
1959 Mary Ann Mobley Brandon, Mississippi
1960 Lynda Lee Mead Natchez, Mississippi
1961 Nancy Fleming Montague, Michigan
1962 Maria Fletcher Asheville, North Carolina
1963 Jacquelyn Mayer Sandusky, Ohio
1964 Donna Axum El Dorado, Arkansas
1965 Vonda Kay Van Dyke Phoenix, Arizona
1966 Deborah Irene Bryant Overland Park, Kansas
1967 Jane Anne Jayroe Laverne, Oklahoma
1968 Debra Dene Barnes Moran, Kansas
1969 Judith Anne Ford Belvidere, Illinois
1970 Pamela Anne Eldred Birmingham, Michigan
1971 Phyllis Ann George Denton, Texas
1972 Laurie Lea Schaefer Columbus, Ohio
1973 Terry Anne Meeuwsen De Pere, Wisconsin
1974 Rebecca Ann King Denver, Colorado
1975 Shirley Cothran Fort Worth, Texas
1976 Tawny Elaine Godin Yonkers, New York
1977 Dorothy Kathleen Benham Edina, Minnesota
1978 Susan Perkins Columbus, Ohio
1979 Kylene Barker Galax, Virginia
1980 Cheryl Prewitt Ackerman, Mississippi
1981 Susan Powell Elk City, Oklahoma
1982 Elizabeth Ward Russellville, Arkansas
1983 Debra Maffett Anaheim, California
1984 Vanessa Williams Millwood, New York Suzette Charles Mays Landing, New Jersey
1985 Sharlene Wells Salt Lake City, Utah
1986 Susan Akin Meridian, Mississippi
1987 Kellye Cash Memphis, Tennessee
1988 Kaye Lani Rae Rafko Monroe, Michigan
1989 Gretchen Carlson Anoka, Minnesota
1990 Debbye Turner Mexico, Missouri
1991 Marjorie Judith Vincent Oak Park, Illinois
1992 Carolyn Suzanne Sapp Kona, Hawaii
1993 Leanza Cornett Jacksonville, Florida
1994 Kimberly Clarice Aiken Columbia, South Carolina
1995 Heather Whitestone Birmingham, Alabama
1996 Shawntel Smith Muldrow, Oklahoma
1997 Tara Dawn Holland Overland Park, Kansas
1998 Katherine Shindle Evanston, Illinois
1999 Nicole Johnson Roanoke, Virginia
2000 Heather French Augusta, Kentucky
2001 Angela Perez Baraquio Honolulu, Hawaii
2002 Katie Harman Gresham, Oregon
2003 Erika Harold Urbana, Illinois
2004 Ericka Dunlap Orlando, Florida
2005 Deidre Downs Birmingham, Alabama
2006 Jennifer Berry Tulsa, Oklahoma
2007 Lauren Nelson Lawton, Oklahoma
The most successful state Miss USA state is Texas, which has had the most semi-finalists (45 semifinalists) and winners (9 winners) The least successful state for Miss USA wins is Delaware which has NEVER placed at Miss USA neither have received a special award.
the best state of mind
The contestants in the Miss America pageant are the winners from their home-state pageants.
The following states have 6 Miss America wins:CaliforniaNew YorkOhioOklahoma
California, Ohio, and Oklahoma have had the most Miss Americas, each with six winners.
a story about the state fair contest
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Hapoel Haifa were the declared winners of Israeli State Cup in 1973.
Maccabi Netanya were the declared winners of Israeli State Cup in 1977.
Beitar Jerusalem were the declared winners of Israeli state cup in 1985.
Beitar Jerusalem were the declared winners of Israeli State Cup in 1978.
Hapoel Yehud were the declared winners of Israeli state cup in 1981.
Beitar Jerusalem were declared winners Of Israeli State Cup in 1984.
Beitar Jerusalem were declared winners of the Israeli State Cup in 1988.
Maccabi Haifa were declared winners Of Israeli State Cup in 1990.
Maccabi Haifa were declared winners Of Israeli State Cup in 1992.
Maccabi Haifa were declared winners Of Israeli State Cup in 1997.
Bnei Sakhnin were declared winners Of Israeli State Cup in 2003.
The right to contest a will is statutory and the statutory period varies from state to state. If you do not exercise your right to contest the will during the statutory period your right is lost.
The team that was declared the winners of the Israeli State Cup in 1966 is Hapoel Haifa.
The team that declared the winners of the Israeli State Cup in 1962 is Maccabi Haifa.
Hapoel Kfar Saba were the declared winners of Israeli State Cup in 1974.
Maccabi Tel Aviv were the declared winners of Israeli State Cup in 1963.