Helen G. Creeden, bookkeeper in the
Boston office, retired in January after 45
years with the firm. At a cocktail and
dinner party held in • her honor, Miss
Creeden received flowers and gifts which
included an inscribed Paul Revere bowl.
She is shown above as Mrs. Hugh Dysart
pins on her corsage. Looking on are (left
to right) her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bernard
Creeden, her brother, Bernard, and
Hugh Dysart, partner-in-charge in Boston.
Members of the Pittsburgh office held a tax seminar
recently for construction industry executives. Construction
Advancement Program's manager of public relations,
Donald W. Eyles (left) looks on as Construction
Advancement Program trustee Donald Harris (right)
congratulates Lou Werbaneth and Henry J. Rossi.
Alexander Aird, principal from Winnepeg, is shown
talking to Thomas E. Drenten, partner from Los
Angeles. The occasion was an organization seminar
held at the New York Hilton, when partner Gerald
Fisch of our Montreal office presented the concepts
outlined in his book, "Organizing for Profit." Mr. Aird
assisted in the five-day presentation.