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April 19, 2001     The Hogansville Herald
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Why It&apos;s Not SO Great To G FO}< ADC Youth Week Marked - 7A ......... lllllll IIIIIIIIII IIIII I Grizzard On Country Music- 4 A II!!1 I1'11 II i _HI II III fill II I I I I IIIII th |0 With It- Page 4A Ililll IIII I I III I II II The Good Earth - 8A II II I --1 PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVtLLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Inn| Y Hogansville. evening around 6 white walked into and asked to give him change he man- for change. to the police at the man fled the store, DAY? the $100 bill wbich m_rned 1_ eunterfeit. L .rding to the report, the ,d.escribed as approxi- FY6T'and weighs about 165 lo1 II AN UNRELATED inci-  Thursday, Patty lige of 1019 E. Main Street !'" her daughter drove a L. s car into the back yard '/ utility building, cans- her damage. She also hit M. Fincher's vehicle, S damage to the left front McCubbin told police work when the inci- Jay, April 11, Beatrice Jones' t at 204 Granite Street 7:30 a.m. and Strickland reported damaged his car on : after he parked overnight. Formerly The Hogansville Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-Grantville Area De:pite Rain, Water Ban Still In Effec t says the city has By Bryan Geter Even though Hogansvige has received 18.5 inches of rain since March 1, the water- hag ban is still in effect. Accordingto Hogansville Water Supervisor Bobby Sprayberry, there will con- tinue to be no outside water- ing between 4 and 10 p.m. daily. The city will still be using the odd and even days method, which the city coun- cil adopted during the drought last year. Houses with odd num- bers water on odd days of the month and even numbered houses water on even days. Sprayberry said the reservoir is full. "We have been lucky during this drought," he stated. HE NOTED that in some parts of the state the water level was so low before the rain fell that they are still below the water level. "Some wells in South Georgia are still dry," Sprayberry said. "Many people think since so much water has fallen, the water ban has been lifted," he said. "I doubt if they ( the state) will lift the ban." Sprayberry said the state, before the rains came, was preparing further restrictions. By ery Gaer FAREWELL TO WINTER - Hogansw]le residents have retumed to the outdoors to enjoy the spring weather, after a brief cold snap this week. Most flowers survived. Sara Purgason (L) of Corinth shows Janet Tarawater the beautiful Snowball" in front of her home. I I I II I IIIIIII I Head-On Collision Injures 5 Pregnant Wife of City's Newest Doct Among Those Injured in 2-Car Wrec listed in good condition Tuesd By Bryan Geter A head-on, two-car collision on Highway 54 near Elder's Grocery in Hogansvflle sent five people to the hospital Monday. Among those injured was the pregnant wife of Hogansville's newest doctor. According to Hogansville Police Officer Johnny Lockard, Nathaniel Zeigler, 54, of Hogansville was traveling west and apparently crossed the cen- terline striking a car driven by Margie Jacobs of LaGrange, who was traveling east, head-on. The accident occurred around 4:30 p.m., Lockard said. Jacobs, who was driving a 2000 Toyota Camary, was trans- ported by EMS to West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange as was his mother, Juanita Watkins of LaGrange. Watkins was treated and released, according to a spokesperson at WGMC. Jacobs, who is pregnant, was admitted to the hospital, but was -and was to be released that aftq noon. The baby appears to be fh She is the wife Hoga_nsville's new physician, ] Iydstone Jacobs. Jacobs' secretary told t Hogansville Home News would return to the office Wednesday. Rescue workers used "Ja , of Life" to remove Zeigler fr( his 1995 Pontiac. He was transported to WGt and was listed in good conditi on Tuesday afternoon, ev though he is a patient in the int( sive care unit. Juanita Zeigler, a passen@ and 10-year-old daughter Nathaniel Zeigler, was listed good condition on Tuesday aft 110011. Zeigler's 8-year-old s Nathaniel, was flown by L Flight helicopter to Scottish R Hospital in Atlanta, where underwent surgery Mond night. A family member said he doing "okay" Tuesday aftern orable Mention Area W )men PickeM f )r 'Gracious Ladies' Statu00,; James (Annette) Boyd and Mrs. Lewis were tapped for the 'of Gracious Ladies of Georgi two were cited during the 25th r of the organization April 5-6 Green Island Country Club in two gracious ladies o insight, and integrity are volunteers, and possess a unique combi- spirit and unbridled service for the orga- BEING NAMED a "gracious lady" was cited for her patriotism and and director of the Fourth LaGrange for children and CO-chairing (with her husband for ) the Special Olympics State of Georgia hosting interna- guests to the City of LaGrange from France for the launch of the Hydrangea Festival, Rotary Club, work with the LaGrange International Friendship Exchange, active involvement with the First Presbyterian Church of LaGrange, a volun- teer story teLler/reader for Troup County SchooLs, and many others. MRS. LEWIS was selected and recog- nized for  untiring work with the United Way, Girl Scouts of America, Anmrican Red Cross, Troup County Historical Society Hioric Chattahoochee Commission, a member of the Board for the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, The Friends of LaGrange College and [aGrange Memorial , The Azalea Stow Telling Festival, and others. FOUNDED by Rozelle Fabiani, a noted television personality, the oron has honored more than 300 ladies from over eighty cities in Georgia Representatives from eleven other states have been tapped as Honorary Gracious Ladies of Georgia since its begin- ning in 1977. It was initiated for the purpose of giv- ing recognition to women who have "con- tributed to the advancement of their respec- tive communities and have improved the quality of life in Georgia, contributions which have not only affected_ the hldivid- uars community, but have reached out into the state and across the country." Previous inductees from the Troup area include: Mrs. Mardrie Fackler, Mrs. Emily Sheffield, Rev. Mrs. Helen Freeman Henry, Mrs. Libba Traylor, Mrs. Annie Tarver Greene, Mrs. Morrill Hutchinson, Mrs. Claire Newman, Mrs. Sue Newman Landa, Mrs. Ida Tarver Jones; and former residents Mrs. Julia Farr, Mrs. Biddy Hammett, Mrs. Mildred Davis, and Mrs. Marianne Murphy. Mesdames Click Bradfleld, Charlie Jo Brady, and Joyce Jackson (all deceased) were also "Gracious LadiesY BIG MOMENT - Mrs. Jam (Annette) Boyd and Mrs. Frank e r the honor of (Laura.) Lewis we tappeo Grackas Ladies of Georgia.