Miss World-U.S.A. 1969

1969 September 20
Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland
38 entries (cities were no longer represented)

Results
Virginia  Gail Renshaw (1st RU World 69)
Texas  Connie Lee Haggard
Maryland  Paulette Reck (1st RU USA 68)
Delaware  Mary Lou Wirth
Florida  Deborah Anyzeski

Finalists
Louisiana  Marcin Ann Bourg
North Dakota  Michele S. Lenzmeier

Semi-finalists
Arizona  Donna Kay Smith
Colorado  Alana Rank
Hawaii  Cyndi Jean Ozenne
Kentucky  Connie Albertson
Nebraska  Ann E. Pettis
New Mexico  Heidemarie R. Rathke
Utah  Kathleen Hadden
West Virginia  Barbara Ivady

Remainder
Arkansas  Kimberly Torres
California  Vickie Ann Siggers
Connecticut  Patricia Conger
District of Columbia  Hope Hasty
Georgia  Marcia A. Shrawder
Idaho  Kay E. Miller
Illinois  Patsy Whitecotton
Indiana  Mary Jean Hamilton
Iowa  Patricia Ann Horning
Maine  Betina M. Tilton
Michigan  Jonn Ricca
Minnesota  Pam Doty
Nevada  Leanna Johnson
New Hampshire  Eileen O’Connor
New Jersey  Susan Albowitz
New York  Gloria E. Graham
Ohio  Wendy Ann Belus
Oregon  Wanda Larsen
Pennsylvania  Sherry Kaminski
Rhode Island  Beverly Ann Mendillo
South Carolina  Carolyn Vernon
Vermont  Valentina Mancuso
Washington  Marie Albertson

Florida (5th), Texas (2nd), Virginia (winner), Maryland (3rd) & Delaware (4th)
Gail Renshaw resigned her title during January 1970, expecting to eventually marry actor Dean Martin, and was replaced by her 1st runner-up Connie Haggard

Semi-finalist West Virginia (2nd right) with Top 2 and Texas attorney Carl Ahrens

 

Miss World-U.S.A. 1970

1970 October 3
Kings Castle, Lake Tahoe Nevada
44 entries

Results
Illinois  Sandra "Sandie" Anne Wolsfeld (USA 68; SF World 70)
Michigan  Sally Ann Stretton
Georgia  Katherine Long Johnson
Virginia  Patricia A. Moldovan
California  Seelchen Sund

Among the 10 semi-finalists
Florida  Gloria Dee Campbell
Ohio  Charleen Heinisch
Pennsylvania  Kathleen Felice
Texas  Patsy Lou Quinn

Among the remainder (one is missing)
Alabama  La Tanya V. Jones
Alaska  Billie Bell
Arizona  Jolene Johnson
Arkansas  Linda Barela
Colorado  Janice Robin Zito
Connecticut  Darlene S. Muscarella
Delaware  Royette Michelle Tarry (SF USA 64 as Miss Maryland)
District of Columbia  Marianne Burnette
Idaho  Chris Hansen
Iowa  Jacqueline Lee Jochims (USA 70; 3rd RU International 71)
Kentucky  Lisa V. Schneiter
Louisiana  Seletha A. Jarreau
Maine  Margaret Aletha McAleer (SF USA 70)
Maryland  Carlotta V. Moore
Massachusetts  Deborah Ann Kennedy
Minnesota  Kathryn Jo Fehn
Missouri  Susan C. Doerr
Nevada  Leanna Johnson
New Hampshire  Janice James
New Jersey  Gidget Guenther
New Mexico  Linda Jewell Delaney
New York  Peggy Molitor
North Carolina  Judith Ellen Steed
North Dakota  Susan Marie Knudson
Oklahoma  Angella Joyce Clement
Oregon  Linda Susan Sargent
Rhode Island  Tanya Thomasian
South Carolina  Eleanor Susan Gordon (SF USA 72)
Tennessee  Janet Elizabeth Boston
Utah  Carolynn Whitney
Vermont  Jane Ann MacRae
Washington  Debra Sue Dollemore
Wisconsin  Janice Fazio
Wyoming  Beverlee Mae Brown

Award
Miss Congeniality  Rhode Island

Withdrew
Indiana  Constance Elaine Hanger (got a virus and had to go home)

Ohio, Maine, Georgia & Alaska

Ohio photo credits: Charleen Heinisch (Miss Ohio-World)
 


Top  Minnesota, Iowa, Georgia, Tennessee, Maine, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Wyoming, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Alabama, New Mexico & New Jersey
Bottom  Colorado, Delaware, Ohio, Vermont, Mississippi, Arizona, Montana, Kentucky, Florida, California & Illinois

Top  Texas, Nebraska, New York, Wisconsin, Connecticut, South Dakota, Nevada, Rhode Island, Alaska, Michigan, District of Columbia, Virginia & Missouri
Bottom  Indiana, Idaho, Utah, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Oregon, North Carolina, Maryland, South Carolina, Washington & North Dakota
Miss World-U.S.A. 1971

1971 October 2
Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia
48 entries

Results
Texas  Karen Brucene Smith (5th RU World 71; Miss International 1974)
Michigan  Gwen Marie Humble
Arizona  Lindsay Diane Bloom (4th RU International 72)
Pennsylvania  Maria Elena Alberici
New Hampshire  Jane Floren

Top 7
New York  Susan Elizabeth Dishaw
Tennessee  Deborah Barnett (married)

Semi-finalists
Alabama  Mary E. Sims
Arkansas  Peggy Kay Hutchens
California  Darlene Poole
Florida  Anita L. Senno

Maine  Allison Lee Cook
Maryland  Gail Somerville
Nebraska  Staci Ann Lieb
Nevada  Jennifer Marie Swan
New Jersey  Elizabeth Wanderman (SF USA 69 as Miss Connecticut)
Ohio  Shirley Malin
South Carolina  Debra Carol Cooper


Remainder
Alaska  Paula Lynn Slaymaker
Colorado  Juliet B. Race
Connecticut  Brenda Sue Flowers
Delaware  Linda Marie Miller
District of Columbia  Melissa Jane Bridgewater
Georgia  Deborah Kay Cunningham
Idaho  Jackie Bean (married)
Illinois  Leah Anderson
Indiana  Claudette Booth
Iowa  Beverly Meyer Vratny
Kentucky  Anne Wright
Louisiana  Judy Cusimano
Massachusetts  Colette C. Nourey
Minnesota  Carolyn Schmidt
Mississippi  Seletha Ann Jarreau
Missouri  Nancy Lee Swain
Montana  Joli Fanyak
New Mexico  Jo Ann Howell
North Carolina  Terri Lee Horn
North Dakota  Estrella Maria Petil
Oregon  Cynthia Leann Hager
Rhode Island  Judith Ann Gendron
South Dakota  Katherine Ann Wessel
Utah  Iris Kay Betts
Vermont  Jeanne A. Whipple
Virginia  Carolyn Rea Martin
Washington  Sharon Lynne Conrad
West Virginia  Kathy Redosh
Wisconsin  Lynn Marie Mathey
Wyoming  Cody Kay Armitage

Award
Miss Congeniality  Massachusetts

Utah, Wyoming & West Virginia

Texas

2nd place
Michigan

3rd place
Arizona

4th place
Pennsylvania

5th place
New Hampshire