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[[File:Virginia Hamm-Ima Cornholer 2010.jpg|right|350px|thumb|[[Virginia Hamm]] (L) with 2010 HTQ [[Ima Cornholer]] (R) as Ima takes her victory walk]]
 
[[File:Virginia Hamm-Ima Cornholer 2010.jpg|right|350px|thumb|[[Virginia Hamm]] (L) with 2010 HTQ [[Ima Cornholer]] (R) as Ima takes her victory walk]]
[[File:ImaCornholer-BoxcarJim.jpg|350px|right|thumb|Ima's debut at the [[Honky Tonk Queen]], escorted by Boxcar Jim, at [[Weave The Rose]] in Portland, 1998]]
 
[[File:CowPatty-ImaCornholer-UcanlaimeAmy.jpg|right|350px|thumb|The Fabulous [[Cow Patty]], [[Ima Cornholer]], [[Ucanleime Amy]]]]
 
[[File:HTQ 2011 (Kathy Zottmann).jpg|right|350px|thumb|[[Ima Cornholer]] and [[Lesley Gore-Tex]], 2011. Photo courtesy of [[Kathy Zottmann]]]]
 
 
After many years of attempting to win the [[Honky Tonk Queen]] title, Ima Cornholer, from [[Michigan]], finally won the title in 2010. Nobody was more surprised than Ima, since she wasn't even entered into the contest.
 
After many years of attempting to win the [[Honky Tonk Queen]] title, Ima Cornholer, from [[Michigan]], finally won the title in 2010. Nobody was more surprised than Ima, since she wasn't even entered into the contest.
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===Photos===
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File:Virginia Hamm-Ima Cornholer 2010.jpg|[[Virginia Hamm]] (L) with 2010 HTQ [[Ima Cornholer]] (R) as Ima takes her victory walk
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File:ImaCornholer-BoxcarJim.jpg|Ima's debut at the [[Honky Tonk Queen]], escorted by Boxcar Jim, at [[Weave The Rose]] in Portland, 1998
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File:CowPatty-ImaCornholer-UcanlaimeAmy.jpg|The Fabulous [[Cow Patty]], [[Ima Cornholer]], [[Ucanleime Amy]]
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File:HTQ 2011 (Kathy Zottmann).jpg|[[Ima Cornholer]] and [[Lesley Gore-Tex]], 2011. Photo courtesy of [[Kathy Zottmann]]
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Latest revision as of 20:11, 7 August 2020

Virginia Hamm (L) with 2010 HTQ Ima Cornholer (R) as Ima takes her victory walk

After many years of attempting to win the Honky Tonk Queen title, Ima Cornholer, from Michigan, finally won the title in 2010. Nobody was more surprised than Ima, since she wasn't even entered into the contest.

Photos