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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2000 F Bryan Geter y Wins Opener, 28-6; pares for Macon County The Callaway Cavaliers ed the Heard County Friday night in the opener for both by a convincing 28-6 the road in Franklin. The Cavaliers kepted the on the ground with picked 77 yards as Jay Brewer it look easy as he led Way with 163 yards on 17 He scored two of the four touchdowns as he on a 12 yard scam- dashed 23 yards for Callaway score. Brian Hester and Chris both played well at the position, only the pigskin one time st. The CAVS defense played spite of returning only starters, Hester and from the 1999 The C avaliers stingy held the Braves to and 174 'ds passing for a total of Head Coach sonnu was also pleased the play of Kowalski who scored a.40 touchdown after an were made by team -- four fumbles. s said it is under- though being the game some of the play- ever played in. "They game jitters,'" said. "It was the first game of the guys." We alot to work on this Cummings said. Tigiaer scored for the on a 16 yard run but the game favoring his leg. County scored lone touchdown on a 29 s from De Robinson ,d late in the third Callaway will play the County Bulldogs at Callaway Stadium the game beginning at p.m. Heard County will travel Greenville to battle the ENDLESS EFFORT - Although glad to have an open- ing victory against Heard County, Callaway Head coach Sonny Cummings isn't letting the Cavaliers taek it.easy this week, The squad has been working hadr getting ready to fce the Macon County Bulldogs. Left Photo: Junior Jay Brewer of the Callaway Cavaliers had a great opening night against the Heard County Braves as he scampered for 163 yards and two touchdowns. The 5'10", 190 Ibs. Brewer scored the Cavalier's first TD on a 12 yarder and their final TD on a Music: Don't Fear It Would like to tell everyone missed the T. Graham at the Gospel Barn they really missed a great Was very surprised at the out and wonder if folks reluctant to go to the barn due to a miscon- about any religious ' not know, to be a bible-tot- go and enjoy the they do have before every show, you have to stand and partici- Unless you want to: a shame to miss great entertainment of a possible misun- Was born and raised in living the past four m HogansviUe. said more than once, is nothing to do." thanks to the Gospel that is no longer true. Gospel Barn offers entertainment, the clean, and there are no or alcohol; ample securi- 13resent and you are sure Someone you know. lease don't let this great to pass you by, and added benefit, the food t will ensure that you are you watch the you do make it to show, whether it be (Jeff Foxworthy did a show),bluegrass, gospel I can assure you that you will want to come back. Susan Reynolds Hogansville Not 'Sense With A Smile' Dear Editor." As I drove through the drive- thru, I called my house on my cell-phone to see if there way anything else anyone wanted. When I arrived at the pick up window, I asked the attendant if she could please add a burg- er to the order. I was informed that her register had been removed and the she could not ring it us. So I asked her if she could get someone to ring it up for her. She said hold on. Unfortunately, she left the win- dow open when she asked the attendant at the front register to ring the order up for her. Her comments were "She can drive around again, because I don't have time to deal with her s...." At this time I was shocked to hear this kind of language and attitude from someone in the customer service industry. I then asked to speak to the Manager. If it was going to be that much of a problem, I would just prefer to get a refund. The window attendant again turned and said, "She would like to speak to the Manager." She instructed someone to "give the telephone to call 911" because she was not going to deal with my "Billy Bad A..." and that if I did not get out of her drive through, "she was going to brake bad on my a..." I was afraid that she would try to physically harm me and not refund my money. I then asked the window attendant again, to give me my receipt so that I could come inside and get my refund. The Manager refused to give me my receipt. After a while I then called on my cell phone 911 myself to call the police dept. At the arrival of the Officer, I explained the sit- uation to the Officer that the manager would not give me my receipt or a refund and had fis- cally threatened me.f treatment she was giving her paying cus- tomers.). I patiently waited my turn to receive my service. When I got to the front counter, the 'attendant deliberately ignored me and the officer to When she finally asks me can I help you (in a very angered tone). I asked with the police officer there as a witness, "May I have my refund now." She began to yell and rant and rave about her drive thru. When she finished I said, "excuse me but do not raise your voice to me, because I'm not raising mine to you" in a very calm manner (witness by the officer). Then she got even louder (in the pub- lie humiliation) she was told, yes you are. She then asked me "what do you want." Again I asked "May I have my refund now?" She threw up her hands and I stepped back because she was already out of control, fear- ing that she would physically harm me as she protested to do so earlier. I then looked at the officer and said, "See, this is why you had to be called," and that "I apologize that my tax payers money and time had to be wasted on such uncalled for and unnecessary action of a Manager position in customer service." Connie Newman Hogansville PAGE SA We invite everyone to our homecoming services begin- ning on Sunday, September 10, as our church celebrates 95 years of service to the Lord. Dr. Jerry Cross is preaching Sunday morning. After morn- ing worship service, lunch will be served in our newly decorat- ed fellowship hall. There is no evening service on Sunday but on Monday, Dr. Cross conducts preaching services through Wednesday, September 13 at 7:00 p.m. each evening. Special singing is planned each evening and a nursery for children up to age 3 is provided. C.Y.M. resumes meeting each Wednesday on September 20. The WMU Mission Action and Prayer Circle meeting is changed to Tuesday, September 19, at 7:00 p.m. this month due to our homecoming services. "How can God help me in my situation?" All people expe- rience problems in their lives. Many people find it hard to believe that God understands and cares about their troubles. Our study on Sunday, September 10, "How does God Help?" tells us God is willing and able to help people who turn to Him with any and all of their life situations. God communi- cates this to us through Psalm 46, which is a song of praise for the security that God promises to all believers. "God is our pro- tection and our strength. He always helps in time of trouble." (Psalm 46:1 NCV). Martin Luther was inspired by this psalm, when he was in danger from his enemies, to write the great hymn: "A mighty fortress is our God, A bulwark never fail- ing" Dennis Johnson at Parkway Motors, Inc. No Problem S S $ S s Crane Drivers [ HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? GOOD CREDIT, BAD CREDIT, NO CREDIT ?!? . ;or a quick over the phone qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE Th Hogansville News " Ol " 9 00:00resentsJ00logans00dle s Hummin00ird Rstival VII Become a Hummingbird Helper The Hummingbird Needs y OU For Booths and Information Call: (706) 637-9497