Aunt Joan beauty contest

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f ' began this and (ok ^theater · part. Carl Man Hyland First To Enter Contest For Pageant Here Joan Hyland, .who won the title, "Mermaid of the Bowl" on the Fourth of July at the City Lake, the first entrant in the contest to select "Miss for the Will Rogers Memorial Celebration and Pageant here, August 15 to 17. Miss Hyland, shapely bru- * # * nette, will be sponsored in ;he popularity contest by the Plains Boat Club. for FOR MISS SOUTHWEST . Please accept my entry in the contest to select a to be "Miss Southwest" at Amarillo's Will Rogers Celebration and Pageant, August 15 to 17. Name Age. Address ; Phone. (All contestants must be over 16 years or age) Mall entry blank to Larry Doyle, dIrector-in-chief of Pageant, Chamber of Commerce, Amarillo, Texas. The winner In the contest will receive two round trip plane tickets to Hollywood, there fo visit the stars and see the movie capital of .he world. In addition to the plane trip to Hollywood, the winner.will be f earned in the Ziegfeld Follies number in the mammoth pageant. She will have the same part as Marilyn Miller did, and will be elaborately costumed. Nine other girls will share In the contest. The prizes for these runners- up haven't been announced as yet. but Lawrence Hagy, general chairman of the contest, said they would )e worthy prizes. There is no cost fo entering the contest. And every contestant receives 1,000 votes automatically upon registering;. "Every girl has an equal chance n «· contest of this kind," Hagy pointed out. "Girls In smaller towns will have just as great a chance of winning due to the number of entrants from each town in comparison with the population." Larry Doyle, director-in-chief of the pageant, said today that the script for the pageant was gaining form rapidly and that it would be ready shortly. The executive committee of the celebration is to meet (.his afternoon :o officially approve the parade and rodeo being planned in .connection with the pageant. Discussion also s to be held concerning the first rehearsals. At the present time, Doyle said, rehearsals have been scheduled for next Tuesday night. Howard Dtlley and Harry Walters. »o New York directors who will assist Doyle, were busily engaged today in going over the lighting, construction ot sets and many other details. MEXICAN Damage to Field Directors of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce have agreed to return Butler Reid "as is" to the school · board after the pageant, "Old Southwest Days and the Life of Will Rogers." The spectacular show will be staged three days, Aug. 15, 16 and as a feature of the celebration, which will attract motorcades along the Will Rogers route (Highway OB) Chicago to Santa Monica and Angeles. More than one-half million dollars have been spent in the Texas Panhandle to weld the last link into first highway paved all the way between Chicago and Los Angeles. Neither the directors nor the pageant producers anticipate any damage to the football field and the agreement Includes removing all the stupendous scenery and property that will be used. Paul Edquist. chamber of commerce president, presided at the directors' meeting, held late yesterday afternoon, and several important matters were discussed, among were the possibilities of obtaining a national guard armory. At the meeting were Ed Hardin, Tom Gotten, Roy Cull urn Guy Mc- Herb Budke, Clay Thornton, Lawrence Hagy and others. Script for the pageant probably will be approved Friday noon at a of the historical committee, called by John McCarty, chairman. Hundreds of prominent citizens from over the Panhandle have accepted invitations to attend the luncheon at the Amarillo Hotel, where

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 13 Jul 1938, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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  • Aunt Joan beauty contest

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