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Loveliest of the Plains—Carol “Hourglass” Goodlett

The Loveliests of the Plains were engaged in all manner of activities: high heels lawn mowing, bikini sprinting, dress fishing.

What did the Plainsman’s cameras catch sophomore home economics major Carol Goodlett doing?

“Pausing to look good.”

From the March 23, 1963 issue of The Plainsman.

Check out in our growing Loveliest of the Plains archives here.

Previously: Brenda Johnson in Bunnies in the Bushes—April, 1969

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