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HOGANSVILLE P, OME NEWS - M.MCH 9, 2000 - PAGE 3 By Bryan CtrlStaff LLE ELEMENTARY ACADEMIC TEAM - Member of the Hogansville Elementary School are (left to right) Valorie Burks, Ashley Hutchins, Natalie Wood, Mr. Stollar, Lacey iris O'Neal, Mr. Ross, Trey Lowe, Drew Williamson and Jason Hooten. ChiMren in the Will of the Lord isiting a bus church I pastored, took us to a house 't picked up chil- did live there. e spoke to the moth- her tenyear old bus to church, replied with these not going to force children, I will make up their own World that may noble and up-to-date reality, it is a dan- BOOK OF Second is writing his last '-stament. He is writ- preacher named Zouraging him r he dies. tells us about s that he was taught re from an early age. ter three and verse I that from Holy are able to lvation ih Christ THE WORD CHILD has been used of a baby still in the womb. We as parents must realize that it is never too soon to teach our children the Word of God. We hear from secular sources that we should read to our children before they are born, why not read the Bible to them? We are told by experts in developmental psychology that a child does most of his learn- ing in the first five years of his life. If that indeed is the case, then how important is the need for grounding our children in the i Word of God. REFERRING BACK TO the mother wlo hid sla vbuld let her ten year old daughter make up her own mind, is a ten year old really capable of making such a decision? If we do not teach children the values found in the Bible, the world by the way of television, radio, magazines, CD's, and other sources will instill in them their philosophy, leaving our children with only one choice to make, the wrong one. May we as parents be dili- gent to see to it that our children have the opportunity to know the absolute truth that is found in the Bible. The ultimate responsibility for our children's spiritual edu- cation is not that of a Sunday School teacher, a Vacation Bible School teacher, or even a pastor. The ultimate responsibility for our.children's spiritual edu- cation is the parents, especially the fathers. In conclusion, let's listen to what the Apostle Paul said in Ephesians 6:4, "And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord," March 9 Coyne 10 Estes Spinks Morris 11 Williams Steven Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Felton Williams March 14 Angle Starling Mildred Burdette Tony Williamson Vickie Searels Johnson 12 Stitcher J. L. Thornton March 13 Barrett }S Read and use The Hogansville Home Town News Classifieds. Call 846-3188 to place an ad. School Today County School Planning Will meet Thursday, in the Commons Troup County High School. March 13 Corn dogs, baked beans, tater tots, fruit March 14 Country fried steak, steamed rice, seasoned green beans, school baked roll, apple half March 15 Rotini, garden salad, school baked roll, fruit March 16 Chicken, creamed potatoes, english peas, school baked roll, fruit March 17 Fish sandwich, cole slaw, -.,- ...... ..... *'e CLEARING i 706-885-9316 [ *IFNO ANSWER LEAVE MESSAGE i Pager 770-647-1319 I FAX # 770-251-7553 - [ TRACK LOADER TRACK HOE BOBCAT . All Types Of Fence Commercial-Residential Wood-Chainlink-PVC FENCE COMPANY Free Estimates ii (706) 674-2551 Pager 800-412-3113 Small 15 Years Experience Mr. and Mrs. Peze Philpot March 1S Brittany M. Smith Dena Spradlin John Leverett Paige Seymour Tonya Wheelus jo jo fries, citrus fruit salad All meals are served with a choice of milk. HOOFERS & The Go,pel Barn PRESENTS: 5outhern Goel ,,I Friday, March 17- "/ Tony Gore Goldwing The Greens Charles Johnson John Lanier fiaturday, March 1 -TPM 11TH ANNUAL ABE TIPTON CONCERT The Singing Cookes Tony Gore The Followers Goldwlng Kevin Spence, The Singing Echoes The Village Singers For More Info, or to order: 706- 885-9300 or 1-800-844-6737 Fax: 706-883-8402 www. hoofers.corn e-maih Info@hoofers,com Reet, aumnt Oom RV hook-upe avana ," 3412 Ho=janville l (Hwy29) LaGrange, Ga (1 mil north of i limit,, near I-5, Exit, 4) Advertisement i I / Harris County High School Senior Victoria Talbot is shown with her Saturn. Victoria uses her car for school and ,work. My Parents and I Were Looking For a Safe and Dependable Used Car .... We Chose a Saturn After searching for months and looking at many different makes and models I final- ly got a Saturn. Several of my friends at Harris County High School have Saturns. There is a large variety of Saturns in the student parking lot. It is evident, not only to my parents, but to other parents in Harris county, that a Saturn is the safest car to buy your teenager, says Victoria Talbot, a Junior at Harris County High School. Victoria drives from her home in Waverly Hall to school in Hamilton. After she is released from school she drives back to Waverly Hall to prepare for work, which is in Columbus. Then she drives back to Waverly Hall at night. She averages approxi- mately 90 miles a day. "So we had to find her just the right car that we knew she would be safe in during this travel time," says Mrs. Talbot, who is also employed at Harris County High School. Buying a Used Saturn ... Victoria's parents took her to several different dealerships to look for her first auto- mobile when she was fifteen years old. She test drove many different makes and mod- els including a Grand Am. Her parents, like many parents with first time drivers, were only in the market for a used vehicle. Saturn of Columbus was one of the many dealerships they visited. But it wasn't the Saturn that they were initially interested in at the time. They were look- ing for a Honda. They had heard that Honda was a very safe vehicle with good gas mileage. ,.They found a 1987 tlonda for $4,000.00, but continued to look aund, Several weeks later they found a 1993 Saturn LS Coupe, 4 door for $3400.00. They pu.Lchased the Saturn from its previous owner who let them know right away that they were mak- ing the right choice in buying a Saturn for a first time driver. After seeing all of the commercials on how safe the Saturns were and to find one at this price and in exceptional condition it didn't take the Talbots long to decide this was the car for their daughter. Safety ... Victoria states, " I like the fact that it has the dent resistant door panels. They come in handy in the school parking lot. "I know my parents like the fact that my car has air bags in it in case I ever do have an accident. My chances of being injured are decreased tremendously because of the air bags." Victoria notes that two of her friends in Harris County have been involved in auto- mobile accidents in their Saturns. On one.occasion the Satum was totaled but the driv- er sustained no injuries. In the other event the same outcome held true. The car was damaged, but the teenager driving the Saturn was uninjured. "This makes me feel even safer in my Satum," says Victoria. When asked, Mrs. Talbot stated, " My next new vehicle will be a Satum. We have a very difficult driveway to get in and out of and the Saturn handles better on the driveway than my Jeep." The Big Surprise .... Since Victoria didn't purchase her Saturn directly from the dealership I felt com- pelled to tell you the truth ..... the whole truth ....... and the whole story behind her becoming the proud owner of a Saturn. Victoria had gone to visit an Aunt in Atlanta. While she was away her parents found her Saturn. Upon Victoria's return her mother handed her a card with a long letter in it that spoke of responsibility and how she felt Victoria was ready for the responsi- bility of having her own car. "I had no idea it was a Saturn. I just started crying, then she handed me the keys and I ran out the door to see what it was. I didn't expect to see a Saturn. I think I was in shock." My Saturn is blue with gray interior." What Others Think ... Victoria's Saturn is blue with a gray interior. "Everyone wants to go out in my car. There's more room in the Saturn that in any of my other friend's cars. l have at least two to three passengers with me every week- end. We all enjoy my Saturn." Looking For A Car? if you are in the market for a new or used car for yourself or yourteenager ............. Saturn of Columbus is where you need to go. Saturn of Columbus is located at 1661 Whittlesey Road in Columbus, Georgia. It's located beside Hollywood Connection. The telephone number is 706-322-9927 or 1- 800-741-4503. Victoria Talbot