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Diboll Day Queens 1953-2012

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1953 Diboll Day Queen Contestants

1953: Queen candidates of the very first Diboll Day pose with the newly completed sign marking The Village shopping center, the site of many early Diboll Day activities. From the left are Frances Wells, Mary Virginia Smith, Annette Courtney, Martha Honea, and Ethel Sullivan. Annette Courtney's team would raise the most money and she would be crowned queen. Joe C. Denman Jr. was the first Booster Club president.

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