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In a fit of Conejo Valley Days fever, about 30 local residents traded in their street clothes Thursday evening for Western duds as they competed for the title of best-dressed cowgirl--and cowboy. The competition was conceived several years ago as a complement to the testosterone-driven Whiskeroo Contest in which men compete for the softest, longest and most unique beards and mustaches, said Conejo Valley Days organizer Mary Elva Anderson. The men were few in number--only four joined. This year, she placed first in the contemporary category with an outfit that included a fringed suede vest, a beaded Indian bolo, and her year-old parade boots. Participants fell right in line with the new philosophy, sporting duds that would put Roy Rodgers and Dale Evans to shame. Simi Valley resident Onorina Gargiulo won first place in the traditional category for her handmade, denim-and-lace dress with pearl studs. Although they brought out their best duds for the contest, most entrants said they would be sporting Western wear until the end of the fair on Sunday.

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