4-H Fair Winners Announced

This year's winners of the Loudoun County 4-H Fair: Julie Honeycutt, of Aldie, who raised the grand champion beef cattle bought by J.R. Stockyards Inn; Ben Hubble, of Paeonian Springs, who raised the grand champion sheep bought by Giant Food; Kathy Estep, of Leesburg, who raised the grand champion hog bought by Tri-County Asphalt Co.; and Karen McComb, of Purcellville, who raised the supreme champion dairy cow, which was not for sale. Henry Stowers, of Leesburg; the James Cross family, of Leesburg; and Southern States Co. of Leesburg also donated a steer purchased by Marilyn DeLuca, of Countryside Commercial and Professional Center, for $5,750. The money went toward maintenance of the 4-H Fairgrounds. New Director for Chamber of Commerce

Howard Roman, of Ashburn, has been named marketing director of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. Roman, who spent 30 years with IBM, will be responsible for recruiting new members and getting advertising for chamber publications.

Pharmacist Takes Office Carl F. Emsweiller Jr., of Leesburg, was installed this week as vice president of the American College of Apothecaries at its 50th Anniversary Annual Conference in Williamsburg. Tolbert Honored at Concert

The Bluemont Concert Series dedicated last Sunday's courthouse concert to John W. Tolbert, 85, who recently completed 14 years on the Leesburg Town Council, including two as vice mayor. Town and county officials lauded Tolbert for his service and dedication to the town. He continues to serve the town as chairman of its Environmental Advisory Committee.