AGRICULTURE: Something for the Girls

For thousands of bright-cheeked 4-H* Club members, a grand championship at a big livestock show is a headier dream than flying a rocket to the moon. Last week, at the top-billed International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago's International Amphitheater, the coveted purple ribbon went to Lone Star, a Hereford owned by 18-year-old Sue White of Big Spring, Texas, the third girl to win the award in the show's 54-year history.

Sue, who had dropped out of Howard County Junior College after one semester to groom her 4-H animals for this year's shows, had her first taste of glory last February....

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