Likely Miss Missouri, Janet Potter, stands beside Miss Teenage Kansas City, 1968, Patricia Stevens and Melissa Stevens at 1972 Miss Teenage Kansas City Pageant. The woman farthest to the left wears a crown, white gloves, and a pink sleeveless evening gown with beads and shiny lace outlining the collar. She holds a large bouquet of red roses, greenery, and red ribbon. To her left, Patricia Stevens wears a crown, two sets of earrings, white gloves that extend above the elbow, and a pink, sleeveless, empire waist evening gown with shiny baubles of different size on the bodice and shoulder straps. Farthest to the right, Melissa Stevens, Patricia Stevens' sister, wears a headband, white gloves, and a white, short-sleeved, scoop-neck evening gown with a wide inset waistband. They stand in front of a lattice work piece with dark pink drapery and greenery attached to it.
Newly crowned Miss Teenage Kansas City, Patricia Stevens, sits in a chair and smiles to her right at Dick Clark; Clark is on the right facing left and Stevens is on the left facing right; she is holding a trophy that is engraved with "Miss Teenage Kansas City 1968". A bouquet of roses lies on her lap. She is wearing a crown, an evening gown and long gloves. Dick Clark smiles as he looks down and touches at the bouquet with his right hand. He wears a suit jacket over a shirt with cuff links. (Dick Clark is written in red ink to the left of Dick Clark.)