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CYRUS REPORTS: Adair County's Own National Champion!
Hiding away in Central Ohio, fossicking around in historical documents, Cyrus discovers an important superlative bestowed on an Adair Countian
In 1949, an Adair County lass was voted the prettiest, the most beautiful, the fairest in all the land, the national champion from Maine to Monterey, from Oregon to Orlando, from Knifley to, well, to everywhere! - and it only made page eight in the Adair County News. Ye Editor obviously had an off day.
The story, as told in June 15, 1949 edition of the News, is as follows.
Little Miss Spires Titled Prettiest Baby In NationCyrus
Central Ohio Bureau Chief
*Geneva: Better known as "Louise" Spires today
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