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THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2000 PAGE 3A BACK A LONG WAY - The Rev. Dane Wagner of Mountville United Methodist Church a print of the church to Willette Phillips as part of a thank-you presentation for her 32 years as organist and pianist. The church was organized in 1828. Troup Hosts Car Show On, Aug 12 Rare antique and classic cars from Georgia, Alabama, and neighboring states will gather in LaGrange to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the West Georgia & Alabama Antique Auto Club's car show at the West Georgia Commons Mall Saturday, Aug 12. Many cars will be on dis- play Thursday, August 10, through Sunday. On show day, vehicles representing the gold age of the American automo- bile, including antique and clas- sic cars, trucks and motorcy- cles will be competition for prizes in 21 categories. Those who come to the car show will have the opportunity to compare today's 21st centu- ry automobile styles with the stark, utilitarian cars of the 1920s, the gangster "get away" cars of the 1930s, so often seen in old movies, and the practical "family" car designs of the 1940s and 50s. Hogansville folks wishing to have their car on display inside the mall should call Durward Burton after 6 p.m. At (334) 644-2404. Hogansville Home News resents ff togansville's Arts, Crafts, Food and Fun Oct. 21 & 22 Biggest and Best Yet! For Booths and Information Call: (706) 637-9497 All profits go to City Restoration. ,ementary Holds Registration Hogansville Elementary will have registration for Pre I. 5th Grades on Aug. 8 from noon until - 7 p.m. should bring proof of residency to the school this time. Schools Set Enrollment Troup County Schools have set their Fall Enrollment for the 2000-2001 term. Ethel W. Kight Elementary School: Thursday, July 20, noon - 7 p.m. Elementary Schools and West Side Magnet School: August 8, noon - 7 p.m. Middle Schools: Taesday, August 8, 10 am. : 6p.m. " High Schools: Grades 9 and 12: qhesday, August 1, 12 noon - 6 p.m. Grades 10 and 11: Wednesday, August 2, 12 noon - 6 p.m. Will Replace Morgan Dr. Roy Nichols, Superintendent of Troup County School announced Thursday that Ed Smith has been named Superintendent for Instruction to replace Joyce is retiring. A former principal at Whitesville Road Elementary Smith had recently been named Assistant for Operations. Frank Gurley, Director of Vocational ilities Manager, has been promoted to Superintendent for Operations. $heriff Asks Help on Suspects Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff's Office te asking for the public's help in finding the person or per- responsible for several cases of entering auto and from G. E. Robinson trucks at 2259 Greenville Road. On three different occasions, someone has broken the Mndows from trucks parked at the business. Four two-way or CB radios have been taken. , If anyone has any information about these thefts or the Items taken, please call the Troup County Sheriff's Office Crime Stoppers. Starts Friday 1 ght The Bowdon Founder's Day Festival will be held this evening and on Saturday in downtown Bowdon. "We hope all of our friends in Hogansville and nearby County will come take part. It's worth cross- , line for," said a spokesman. Little League To Pick Chiefs South Coweta Little League will elect board members  Thursday, Aug. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the GrantviUe baUfield. Show Coming Soon Good news for Hognasville's stamp colle3ctors: a major show is planned at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Atlanta, 26-27, 2000 The Cobb County Stamp Club will host Cocopex 2000. show is produced by the Stamp Dealers Association Georgia. HARWELL, BROWN & ARNALL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Chapter 7 & 13 Security & S.S.I. 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