Jeanie Rhian, a senior at Bel Air Senior High School, won the Homemaker of Tomorrow county contest, making her eligible to move to the State Homemaker of Tomorrow contest. Rhian tested highest on her knowledge, attitude and her ability as a homemaker. If she was chosen as the State Homemaker of Tomorrow, Rhian would be awarded a $1,500 scholarship by General Mills, the sponsor of the program. The school of each state winner would receive a complete set of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Accompanied by her school advisor, the state winner would get an all expense paid tour of New York City, Washington, D.C., and Colonial Williamsburg and a chance to compete in the All-American Homemaker of Tomorrow contest. The winner of the All-American Homemaker of Tomorrow would have her scholarship raised to $5,000.