Wednesday, July 28, 2010

1968 Miss World Penelope Plummer

Penelope Plummer was the titleholder of the Miss World 1968, representing Australia and won the crown of Miss World pageant contest which held in London, United Kingdom.

When she became the first contestant who won the title holder of Miss World 1968 from her country-Australia, she was only 18 year old librarian from Kempsey, New South Wales.

Penelope Plummer was very beautiful and blond; she had the sort of outdoor, radiant looks and simple manner that Australians are well-known for.

Penelope Plummer or Miss World 1968 was seemed in “The Bob Hope Christmas Show” in Osan, Korea, along with “Ann Margaret”. In 1970, “A deep pink, mildly-fragranced rose” was named after her, produced by UK breeder who was drawn with her looks and charm.

Watch Penelope Plummer in the latest photoshoot, Enjoy downloading picture posters and wallpapers of Penelope Plummer here.



Miss World 1968 Penelope Plumme

1968 Penelope Plummer - Australia

Win the Contest of Miss World 1968

Miss World Penelope Plummer in 1968

Beauty Full Photo of Miss World 1968

Penelope Plummer Miss World

Winner of Miss World Title

Miss World 1968 Top 7

1968 Miss World

Miss World 1968 Group



1968 Miss World Penelope Plummer From Australia




1968 Contestants List



Argentina - Viviana Roldan

Australia - Penelope Plummer

Austria - Brigitte Krüger

Bahamas - Rose Helena Dauchot

Belgium - Sonja Doumen

Brazil - Angela Carmelia Stecca

Canada - Nancy Wilson

Ceylon - Nilanthie Wijesinghe

Chile - Carmen Smith

Colombia - Beatriz Sierra Gonzalez

Costa Rica - Patricia Diers

Cyprus - Diana Dimitropoulou

Denmark - Yet Schaufuss

Dominican Republic - Ingrid García

Ecuador - Marcia Virginia Ramos Christiansen

Finland - Leena Sipilä

France - Nelly Gallerne

Germany - Margot Schmalzriedt

Ghana - Lovell Rosebud Wordie

Gibraltar - Sandra Sanguinetti

Greece- Lia Malta

Guyana - Adrienne Harris

Holland - Alida Grootenboer

India - Jane Coelho

Ireland - June MacMahon

Israel - Miri Zamir

Italy - Maria Pia Gianporcaro

Jamaica - Karlene Waddell

Japan - Ryoko Miyoshi

Kenya - Josephine Moikobu

Korea - Lee Ji-eun

Liberia - Wilhelmina Nadieh Brownell

Luxembourg - Irene Siedler

Malta - Ursulina (Lina) Grech

Mexico - Ana Maria Magaña

Morocco - Zakia Chamouch

New Zealand - Christine Mary Antunovic

Nicaragua - Margine Davidson Morales

Nigeria - Foluke Ogundipe

Norway - Hedda Lie

Peru - Ana Rosa Berninzon Devéscovi

Philippines - Arene Cecilia Amabuyok

South Africa - Mitsianna Stander†

Sweden - Gunilla Friden

Switzerland - Jeanette Biffiger

Thailand - Pinnarut Tananchai

Tunisia - Zohra Boufaden

Turkey - Mine Kurkcuoglu

Uganda - Joy Lehai

United Kingdom - Kathleen Winstanley

United States - Johnine Leigh Avery

Venezuela - Cherry Nuñez Rodriguez

Yugoslavia - Ivona Puhlera


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