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National winners from North Carolina attending the National 4-H Club Congress

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National winners from North Carolina attending the National 4-H Club Congress
Community and Extension
4-H clubs -- United States -- Congresses
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Typed on verso: North Carolina National 4-H Winners. Chicago, Ill., Dec. 3 - Seven North Carolina 4-H'ers have been named national winners at the 42nd National 4-H Club Congress here. Each of them received $500 college scholarships. The young people from left (front) are -- Clement Lucas Jr., 21, Lucama, winner in Leadership sponsored by the Sears-Roebuck Foundation; Allen D. Glasgow, 18, Halifax, winner in Electric sponsored by Westinghouse Educational Foundation. Standing in the same order are -- Mary Alice Thomas, 17, Magnolia, winner in Clothing, Home Improvement, sponsored by The Sperry and Hutchinson Company; D. A. Cockman, 17, Robbins, winner in Poultry sponsored by Heisdorf & Nelson Farms, Inc.; Betty Jean Crews, 17, Henderson, winner in Health sponsored by Eli Lilly and Company; Betsy Ann Chandler, 18, Durham, winner in Leadership sponsored by the Sears-Roebuck Foundation. The winners are among 1,500 boys and girls attending the annual 4-H event conducted by the Cooperative Extension Service and arranged by the National 4-H Service Committee.
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United States
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University Archives Photographs
Green 'N' Growing

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National 4-H Congress. North Carolina delegation (UA023.008.044) held by
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