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PAGE 6 - HOGANSVlLI HOME NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2, 1999 Who Is Responsible ? This is the time of year we see our children heading back to the classroom. Some parents choose to use the public school system, some choose to use pri- vate academies, some choose to use church related schools, while others choose to home school. All of these are chosen in hopes of giving children the best and safest possible educa- tion. In our society, many oppor- tunities are available for our children. However, we still see a vast number of students with subnormal progress. Whether on the elementary, secondary, or undergraduate level, there are below-standard results on achievement tests. Although many students excel, why is our society falling behind other parts of the world? Who is responsible for the education of our children? Deuteronomy y 4:9 says," Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy soul diligently, lest thou for- get the things which thine eyes have seen, and lest they depart from thy heart all the day of thy life; but teach them thy sons and thy sons' sons." According to the Word of God, the responsi- bility of children's education lies with the parents. Many Rev. Wesley Boatman Antioch Baptist Church lies with the parents and not the church. According to Matthew 28:18-20, the church is to pro - vide for the spiritual education of new believers but the spe- cific responsibility of our chip dren's education lies with the'. parents. Psalm 127:3 says,"Lo, chil- dren are a heritage of the Lord; and the fruit of the womb is his reward." If God has blessed you with children, you have been given a wonderful gift, a her- itage. May we not neglect the her- itage that God has given us. If ' our society is to stop its down- ward free fall, parents must once again take up the respon- sibility of educating their chil- dren, both secular and spiritu- al.The children of our land must not be left to fend for them- selves in this modern, liberal- istic, perverted Godforsaken world. i THE WILLIAM CARTER COMPANY AWARDED 13 EMPLOYEES with service awards last week. Jennifer Hardaway and "finsley received the 10-year service award for 1998. The five-year service award went to Jimmy Cameron, Donna Dean, Elaine Carolyn Hood, Berrie Johnson, Joyce Looser, Kathy McGhee, Cassafidra McLaughlin, Janie Neese, Anita Perkins and Charlie Wheelus. times we are quick to find fault It is time once again our chil- with our young people, but the dren are carried to church (not : HAVE YOO BEE N DENIED question must be asked, just sent) where the Bible is "Where are the' parents?" preached, have an education Where are the parents who supervised by their parents, * 0T0 L0N$ DOE TO stand behind the school- disciplined when they are ;  YO0 R PAST CRLIT teacher? wrong and loved no matter who Where are the parents who or what they become. see to it that homework is corn- Our children need parents ;" HISTY ?QR plete and correct? Where are who, like Joshua, will say, " ?? . the parents how take the time ...choose you this day whom we to meet with the teacher and will serve...but as for me and  i ,- i .... 'ii iil[ i G? know what the child is being my house, we will serve the taught? Lord" no matter the direction Too many have passed the the rest of the world may take. res00ons0000i00o00ourch00rens li// ...... ,illl education to another, namely Pilot Club "Gives | ? the Federal Government. Can we trust a government that has' 'Goodie Bags' to  , thrown God out of the schools i : lt to educate our children? HES Teachers , , Not only has the secular edu- cation been passed off to anoth- Pilot Club of Hogansville ]10[ ' CALL TODAY FOR A QUICK er, the spiritual education has President Linda Ayers recent-  * OVEE QUAMFICATION. been neglected, ly presented "goodie bags" to tB Ell !!1, Contrary to the opinion of Mrs. Spinks, Mrs. Morrow and  ! ..... 10t .... .2)-!2- ''' ............ " some, the spiritual education Mrs. Martin (teachers) and  : ........ =- " ,,, ,,,,  Mrs. Linda Ayers, Pilot mem- Frances Robinson/Staff , 706-882-1259 ber, at HogansviUe Elementary PICTURED ABOVE ARE FOUR WILLIAM CARTER EMPLOY- .,= ,', --,A= ,,,,w--I "==A== =,==,== School." EES with perfect attendance. Dorothy Jones, front row with four ]t ] t'/Z4 ZZ//lULL I'Hl:l: These will be given to all years, Amita Godfrey, two years, Nan Sitton, back row, eight years the teachers as they start the and Marty Brown with 10 years.  ]m glltltlltlltltltltltltltltll ,l[l:ll[][:l[l[l  new year. The Pilot Club of Hogansville would like to wish  (   -- --   all the students and teachers a . d  , Over200 Vendors and  safe, happy and prosperous Home News Ads Pack a "g'B C " Fa 1' .eat " school year, she said. Punch with 4,000 copies 1 ear 0 t q un rv lr .,o delivered FREE each "  t "" -- Entertainment  1 O Brown Celebrcttes week to the Hogansville- -. Mea Pro andSemi-Pro to 74th Birthday Grantville area. To place q K Figures for Autographs an ad, call Children'sAtadions 77 Pine Ridge Mobile Home Communit Arts, Crafts, Antiques, G011ectibles Large Antique Car Show 00mtique Mall Family Reunions School Proms Business Meetings Audio Visual Equipment 8846175 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange Harry Brown celebrated his 74th birthday August 26 with a party. Helping him cel- ebrate were friends and rela- tives as follows: Lou Brown; son, Roger Brown; two grand- daughters, Heather and Jennifer; four great-grandchil- dren, Timothy, Tori, Little Roger, and Noah; Williams and Evelyn Evans; Peggy Hamilton; Rance and Dot Sprayberry; Render Parham; Richard and Shane Pike; Fred and Cathy Iserell; Joann Stoner; Louise Estes; and Tommie Keith. 1-706-846-3188 Come Join Us! We offer: New & Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly developed lots for rent We pride ourselves in being a family oriented community. 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