Zack, I'm sorry to hear it.
In your last answer, it seems like you can't see the wood for the trees anymore because of being overwhelmed by technical stuff. I think that's because the answers also suggested (but didn't describe step per step) particular solution approaches. This can be a bit overwhelming, particularly for an Evernote user who doesn't use its advanced features (like saved searches) regularly.
But the suggestion as such is pretty simple. Basically, it is the following:
"Evernote doesn't support templates. But you can prepare some notes with the structure you need. When a call comes in, you simply edit (fill in) one of these notes."
The rest (titling/copying/shortcuts) is just the technical details/fleshing out, and they are pretty much optional.
I think the simplest solution (without advanced stuff like shortcuts or such) would be the following:
1) Create an Evernote notebook titled "Call Templates" (or so)
2) In this notebook, create a note, e.g. titled "CallTemplate".
3) In the note, paste the form you posted earlier (" Inbound call ... NAME ... ")
4) Select the note in the note list and duplicate it (depending on your computer Ctrl-C followed by Ctrl-V, for Mac probably Apple-C followed by Apple-V)
5) Press Ctrl-V again a couple dozen times to make a lot of copies of the note (so you never run out).
So from now on, when you have a call, you open the first note in the "Call Templates" notebook and start filling it in as the call takes place.
When you're done, give the note a meaningful name and move it to its "proper" notebook where you want to keep it for further reference.
When you start running out of "template" notes in the "Call Templates" notebook, make some more copies (Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V).
I hope this helps clearing things up a bit.
Everything beneath this line is optional and purely for the purpose of giving you some options to streamline your process a bit. You need not even read this! :-)
You can chose to keep the "templates" in your "proper" notebook with the other call logs. Then, you can use so-called "saved searches" (or "search query shortcuts") to get to the templates quickly. For example, if all your templates have "CallTemplate" in the title, you can search for "intitle:CallTemplate" and save this search query to your shortcut bar. As an additional bonus, when you fill in your templates and change the title, your filled logs won't clutter up this list (because they don't have "CallTemplate" in the title anymore).
Other ways to quickly find or filter the templates are tags (but there you would have to explicitly remove a tag -- which means work [ok, just 2 seconds, but hey, it counts]).