Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1976 · Page 5
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FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger fiof/en REACH! THIS ISA HOLDUP I Investment Clubs That Stuck it Out Beat the Pros Bowling Results PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Team Standings Points Breda Oil Co. ,.. 93 Brend's Standard 92 Carroll Bowl 88 Roselle Trio Tavern 78 Flower Loft 78 Breda Fertilizer 74 Pepsi Cola Co „.. w/i Reuter Inc. 67'/a Zeke's Place 66 Center Pharmacy 63 Boeckman's Feed 46 Tlefenthaler Repair 18 Pabst Blue Ribbon 18 Wlttry Tavern 17 High Ind. Single Game- Dean Ertz '... 202 Dale Mueggenberg 200 Jim Starman 194 High Ind. Three Games- Dean Ertz ..I 548 Paul Schulte 542 Dale Mueggenberg 540 High Team Single Game— Zeke's Place 1006 Roselle Trio Tavern 990 . Breda Oil Co 954 High Team Three Games— Zeke's Place 2818 Carroll Bowl 2677 Breda Oil Co. 2648 HITS AND MISSES MIXED LEAGUE Final Standings High Ind. Single GameWomen: Kaye Riddle 184 LizSnyder 176 Joan Schlelsman 170 Men: Mike Riddle 214 Tom Rogers 214 Duane Heuton 203 JlmMlelk 199 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Kaye Riddle 485 LeNore Lengellng 463 JeanBallard 452 Men: Mike Riddle ,,';#, „... 539 Dua.ne Heutori:-*. P,~.'; 33? Roi\Balla?8 •"..;.i.'V 532 High Team Single Game- Flower Loft 1 738 Heuton Trucking 723 Flower Loft 719 High Team Three Games- Flower Loft 2114 Heuton Trucking 2085 Mt. Carmel Inn 2065 PLAY GIRLS LEAGUE Team Standing Points Astros 89V2 Strikettes 82 Fantastic 3 79'/2 Bench Warmers 78 Sandbaggers 75 Alley Cats 71 Loafers 65 Bombers 64Vz Pin Heads 64 Hummers 59'/2 Lucky 3 57'/2 Sore Thumbs 54 Pros 45'/2 Sharks 39 High Ind. Single Game— Lorna Tiefenthaler 197 Bonnie Carrington 197 NonieGrote 196 Judy Bretey ' 191 High Ind. Three Games— Judy Bretey 533 Bets Behn 523 Jeanette Brown 514 NonieGrote 514 High Team Single Game— Sandbaggers .' 565 Alley Cats 555 Bombers 555 Alley Cats 539 High Team Three Games— Alley Cats 1618 Bombers 1519 Loafers 1506 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Team Standings Points Nockels Clothiers 708 .. Bernholtz Lockers 578'/j Quandt Auto Salvage 573'/2 Glidden Cafe '. 554 [Commercial Bank 549'/2 jKen Hoffman PaIntfnsJV.:?.,:....'503' iKerp's. Place , • ; 500 Weaner TNT Supreme Attacks Rhinitis And Bacterial Enteritis Cliff Abbott Walt Hagen West of Hwy. 71 ElttPritlC East of Hwy. 71 .Carroll CnTCrltlS Jefferson 7,92-2014 • • 515-386-2754 Neomycin and Tmramycin are now available in 4x4 Weaner Supreme. Together these additives aid in the maintenance of weight gains in the presence of Atrophic Rhinitis and aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis. With Weaner Supreme they make an excellent 1-2 punch in the fight to grow strong, healthy pigs. Try 4x4 Weaner TNT Supreme today. Walnut Grove® • Division of W.R. Grace & Co. NEW YORK (AP)-In 1941 a Detroit man began depositing $10 to $20 a month in an investment club. By February of this year he had invested $7,800, withdrawn more than $30,000, and still had an account worth more than $59,000. The club, the Mutual Investment Club, was one of the four founding units of the National Association of Investment Clubs, now more than 7,000 strong, averaging about 12 members each, all regular investors for the long term. Even though most club members are amateurs, they often beat the pros over long and short periods. One club, made up of post office workers, reported a gain of 212 per cent from October 1974 to December 1975. That report encouraged the association', based in Royal Oak, Mich., to take a random sample of gains by about 40 clubs through February. It found the average gain since December 1974, the worst of the bear market, to be 69.9 per cent. The Dow Jones industrial average during that'time gained 59.9 per cent, 10 per cent less than the average club. Sixty-four per cent of the clubs in the sample did better than the average. For the clubs that stuck it out through the recession, despite declines in value month after month, these results are satisfying and reassuring, but not totally unanticipated. Carroll County Bank 481 Drees Plbg. & Htg 428'/j Sherwln Williams 41oy s Jack's Shack 396Vj Prenger La-Z-Boys 377Vi G.E.'Pipers 361'/3 Promes Drainage 300 High Ind. Single Game- John Lohman 256 Tom Rogers 212 Bob Haukap 211 BobSaylor '. 211 DwIghtWine 211 High Ind. Three Games- John' Lohman 666 Mike Riddle 584 Maury Dion 580 High Team Single Game— Glidden Cafe 1035 Glidden Cafe 1018 Bernholtz Lockers 949 High Team Three Games— Glidden Cafe 2965 Bernholtz Lockers 2863 Quandt Auto Salvage 2715 Terrace Club Has Meeting On Bicentennial Times Herald News Service MANNING - Terrace Apartment Club met on Monday with 20 members and Dorothy Kusel. Dorothy held the business meeting and gave a bicentennial message. Cards were played and lunch was served by Malinda Gage an'd Clara Oakley. Mr. and Mrs. John Barten and Pauline were dinner guests in the Roger Barten home on Sunday. The event was in honor of Dennis who was a member of the confirmation class at Ebenezer of rural"Audubon. • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smithson, Bellevue, were Friday overnight guests in the John Barten home. Although their nerves did quiver, club members were sustained by their faith that over a long period of time their investment philosophy averages out to a gain. Many clubs did drop out, however. At one time in 1973 the association had 14,100 member units, but that number went down with the averages. 'Some clubs folded, and others simply ceased to remain members of the association. Now the trend is about to be reversed. Inquiries are up sharply, and the criterion of GEORGE COFRN Insure Against Hail • Check our rates • Check our coverage • Check our service CALL US TODAY.' 1 Fred J. Oolezal 1 James J. Kraloska 1 Tom Dolezal 1 John H. Fortune 1 George Coffin MID-IOWA INSURANCE ASSOCIATES, INC. 213 WEST FOURTH STREET CARROLL. IOWA 51 4O1 712-792-4324 history suggests inquiries are followed by applications. Individual clubs also report they are adding to their memberships. Thomas O'Hara, chairman, recalls that in the fall of 1973, when the fear and despair were thick, the sturdiest of clubs continued to believe stocks were a bargain. They were willing to wait. Now, said O'Hara, who belongs to the Mutual Investment Club, "We feel that the really big movement in the market is in the two to five years ahead." Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 22, 1976 With theories, concepts and systems as common in the investment world as they are at the race track, member clubs follow deceptively simple principles to help them achieve their results. —They invest regularly, usually at monthly intervals, over a long period of time. They do not try to guess whether the market is in an upward or downward trend. Through the worst of times. they continue to invest. —They keep fully invested in order to put to work for them the principle of compounding. They don't maintain big cash positions. And they reinvest dividends. —They endeavor to invest in companies whose sales and earnings per share are moving ahead faster than the general economy. While this seems to be a conservative philospophy, it really isn't. Ask any club that stuck to it during the dark days of the market. "It gives you a pretty aggressive account," said O'Hara. He explained: "Investing a set sum of money each month has a wonderful mathematical effect. As stock prices decline, that set amount buys a larger and larger number of shares of stock. "Once stock prices turn around, a price increase applied to the larger number of shares helps increase values rapidly. Long before stock prices reach their former highs, the investors find the value of their accounts exceed their investments. 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Bunch 99' ONION SETS Plant now for early green onions, Ebenezer "Best Keeper" white .and yellow. u, 99 SEED POTATOES The best Northern-Grown Seed Potatoes available. All of these potatoes are specially grown to produce big yields. Certified Cobbler Blue Tag Kennebec Varieties: Norland 10lbs. M.95 50lbs. $ 7.95 SEED POTATO EYES Ready to plant eyes. 100 per bag. Same varieties as above. '3.98 AAMES- f **-* a McDonough company NEW ACTION HOE Cultivator, weeder, edger with sharp, double-edge cutting blade. Lightweight, easy to use. Back & forth motion cuts both ways. Sturdy steel handle. »5.99 DANDELION & WEED CONTROL plus LAWN FOOD Eliminates dandelions and other broadleaf weeds as it supplies a balanced feeding to good grass. STARTED PLANTS I CABBAGE, BROCCOLI, CAULIFLOWER, TOMATOES, Many others. Large assortment for flower J ; plants too. * ; Moff 5000 sq. ft. Bag $10.95 '9.95 1 0,000 sq, ft. Bag $20.95 M8.95 Packaged SHRUBS Over 50 varieties of packaged shrubs. Now is the time to plant, and the selection is best. Shrubs add color, beauty and value to you) home. '2.75 and ur UP-START Root stimulator that helps reduce the shock of transplanting. The perfect starter for roses, bedding plants, trees, shrubs and ornamentals. Gets plants off to a good start. «>• •*> •« «• ««• PINT QUART M.69 *2.69 « t • » 11 Use Your Credit Card Limited Quantities No Mail Orders Please GARDEN CENTER Hwy. 30 West Carroll SPRING HOURS Mon.-Thurs. 8:00-8:00 Fri. 8:00-9:00 Sat. 8:00-5:00 Sun. 1:00-5:00 <•> «>• «<»

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