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PAGE 2 - rIOGANSVIH.E HOME NEWS - F}:BRUARY 3, 2000 Callaway High School Hosts Fall i thletic Banq00 J.Dan Stout/Staff Janet Brumfield (center) with the Coca Cola Corporation presented this year's Golden Helmet award to Jason Pike (left) and Deon Boykin. The Golden Helmet award recognizes achievement both on and off the field. Callaway High A AL E R S By J. Dan Stout Special Correspondent Callaway High School held the annual Fall Athletic Awards Banquet Monday, January 31 at 6:30 p.m. in the school cafete- ria. Dinner was prepared by Callaway High School Food Services. Callaway Athletic Director Chuck Hunsicker served as Master of Ceremonies. Student athletes, coaches and many parents were in atten- dance. The Cross County Team presentations were made by Head Coach Harles "Colonel" Standfields. Those receiving awards on the Cross Country Team were: Jia He- 1st year pin and Coaches Award; Philip Carpenter - 1st year pin; Ryan Czarnonycz - 1st year pin; Johnny Johnson 1st year pin and letter; Cory Czarnonycz - 1st year pin and letter; Daniel Snider - lst year pin and letter; Jacqueline Chambers - 3rd year chevron and Coaches Award; Laura Perry - 3rd year chevron and Taylor Anderson - 1st year pin. Jennifer Longshore made the award presentations for Varsity Football Cheerleaders. Those receiving awards were: Tomorrow Jenkins -.pin and most talented plaque; Leslie Pruett - bar; Monica Peterson bar; Jennifer Edmondson - bar; Tricia Riedel - certificate and letter; Detris Ward - pin; Krystle Nelson - bar; Melissa Urban - bar; Melissa Gunn - bar; Stephanie Whitlock - bar; Michelle Brantly - pin and cheerleading"Team" award and Crystal Ward - letter and pin. HEAD FOOTBALL Coach Sonny Cummings introduced his assistant coaching staff, who in turn introduced players in their respective positions. The 1999 Callaway Cavaliers assistant coaches include: Eric Woods, Kris Palmerton, Terry Hayes, John Heard, Lamar Lipham, Patrick White, Lynn Kendall, Chris Rippy, Frank Glover, Scott Moat, and Tray Tucker The Golden Helmet Award is an annual presentation of the Atlanta Coca Cola Bottling Company. It recognizes achievement both on and off the athletic field. This year the vot- ing results ended in a tie and two awards were issued. Ms. Janet Brumfield, a represen- taive of Coca Cola attended the Banquet and presented the awards. Jason Pike and Deon Boykin were this year's award recipients. The following are other team members receiving let- ters and certificates of recog- nition: Seth Johnson, Jaque Tigner, Brent Matheny, Chris Smith, Brian Hester, Kowalski Patterson, Mc Arthur Jennings, Karl Hajdasz, Torrance Stephens, Nate Tatum, Jonathan Pike, Marquis Rosser, Mitchell Strozier, Tony Stargill, Brian Williams, Chakevius Harrison, Jerome Dean, J. Adam Pike, Mini David Barrett, R: Joshua Watts, Russell Simps Mitchell, Antonio Smith, Danny 0 Thornton, Lormie Thornton, Jim ! Santerrius Fuller. i The 1999  Cavaliers Fast Team results detail by Team awards were Senior Plaque Kellie Tigner, Tofia Jenkins Bar Erin Winston, Kellie Smith, Andrea Jones, Lekuilla Bray, Tomorrow Letters April Martin, Sarah Pin April Martin, Sarah J.Dan Stout/Staff OGLETREE AN ALL-AROUND WINNER - Matt Ogletree has made all A's in his career at Callaway High School. He also let- : tered 4 year's in varsity football. Ogletree displays the trophies " presented to him at Monday's sports banquet. Most Yards Rushing- Deon Boykin Most Tackles - Demetrius Smith Offensive Lineman Award - Mark Hajdasz Defensive Lineman Award- Matt Ogletree V6 Highest Academic Average - Matt Ogletree (4.0) Southern Therapy Award - Matt Ogletree Best Offensive Back- Jay Brewer Best Defensive Back- Fred Tigner Most Improved- Antonio Boyd Coaches Award - J. D. Barrett Golden Helmet -, Nationel Lender Agrees To New Vehicle Loans For Individuals With Bad Credltl Columbus, CA. IR Rodg- en, Chief loan officer at Bill Heard Oldsmobile & Cadillac, has exciting news for responsible people who, because of unfortunate dr- cumstances, have had to re- solve overburdened indebt- edness through alternative means. In- cluding Chap- ter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankrupt- cies, one or more voluntary ,,, or involuntary repossessions, Charge-o, credit counseling and par- tial payment situations. A National lender has agreed to a pilot program that will extend a second or even third chance to those who have a job and a sin- cere desire to repair their reputations and have need of a new or sllghflyused car, truck or van either for their family or a business ven- ture. These are prlme, in de- mand vehicles, that are ei- ther repossessed, overaged or a terminated lease situa- tion. Loan Officers will be on hand at Bill Heard Oldsmo- bile's main location at 3615 N. Manchester Expressway just behind Bill heard Chev- rolet until the end of the February. Best of all, cut rate financing will be offered to those whose credit would not normally meet such an arrangement at rates that "Good people who have had Repossessions, Bankruptcies, charge.offs have limited time to rebuild credit!" I Ill banks usually reserve for their blue chip clients. Quoting ]R Rodgers,"l can't imagine that anyone any- where who has strained credit would want to miss this chance to become asso- ciated with such a reputable national lender at a rate generally set aside for only the affluent, and to serious- ly repair their credit stand- ing. Steve Hardin, Represent- ing the dealership, has ar. ranged for special low pay- ments and even deferred payments for those on bud- get and needing a delay in payment start up because of the holiday season. i In some cases these pay- ments are fldlculously low. When pressed for an esam. pie, Hardin replied, "Well, here is a '2000 Olds Alero #50q0L Wtth $1 down pay. merit to validate the tramac- tion, your payments to be taken on would be $249 for 84 months at only 9.9% APR with a credUappmval process that can take aslit. tie as 20 min- ut An incnibb/low sale price ofonly$14,995.Addlng only tax, tag, title and WRA make this payment manse- ment possible. "Or, if a truck is your thing, then here is a '97 Chevy S-10 Pickup #980590-0. Again the $1 down to validate thodeal and start makinpayments on a new bank contract of just $159.89 for 72 months at the same low 9.9% APR with credit approval that may be arranged while you wait. Again, the low monthly pay- ment is possible because of the $8997 sale price adding only tax, tag and tide. YES, and with your good credit, you are almost assured ac- JR gofers & Steve Hantin are here to serve your automobile MedM ceptance by the bank in minutes. This offer is for you even if you have been recently turned down for auto credit or were unable to afford pay. ments on a better vehicle. Shop as a cash buyer by getting pappmval and ac- tually find out how much the i bank will advance you'by calling IR Rodgers or Steve Hardin at 322-8881 OR Toll Ikeeat 1-888-322-8881,9am to 9pm.We look forward to seeing you at Bill Heard Oldsmobile & Cadillac. CALl.AWAY SENIOR TOMORROW JENKINS was I special award for earning 4 year letters in cheerleadin field, and softball. Jenkins has been given much prai! coaches and team mates for her sportsmanship. He graduation is to attend Auburn University. February 3 Sydney Reynolds Chrystal Gaddy Woody Caswell David Hammett Dot Sprayberry February 7 Koty Mitchell Angela Lee Reynolds Chris Walker i February 4 Gracelyn Hawk Barbara Laster Kevin Griffin Carol Cook Robbie McLaughliri ' Chuck Brazell . Ezra E. Whitmore February 8 : Heidi L. Copeland Christopher Braswe: Estelle Neighbors ] February 5 Roy John Thompso0 Robin Burniss M/M Hilton Odum Wesley Hawk  February 9 February 6 Mary Darden Cathy Kelley Melody Wegienka Jack Crews Sr. Angie 2hrner To A Valentine's Day for Two j Monday, February 14 = , Lodging, Dinner, Champagne0000tU00 " Flowers & Chocolates C.all for reservations, package prices & details  . ) MOUNTAIN TOP INN Pine Mountain, GA Hwy 190 & Hines Gap Road www.hlde.awav.com 1-8OO-Nl