16 HASKINS & SELLS February
Mr. A. B. Foye spoke at a luncheon
meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Providence
January 14, on the subject of "Federal
Mr. H. J . Jumonville addressed the
Accounting Division of the J u n i or
Chamber of Commerce, New Orleans,
December 4, on "Accountants and Their
Value to the Business Community"; and
the student body of the College of Commerce
and Business Administration of
Tulane University, New Orleans, December
16, on the subjects, "The Opportunities
for a College of Commerce Graduate
in Public Accounting," and "The
Value of Accountancy to the Business
Mr. Gordon M . Hill, of our New Orleans
office, addressed the students of the
Warren Easton Boys' High School, New
Orleans, December 17, on "Requirements
of the Accountancy Profession."
Mr. S. George Hay, manager of our
Providence office, has been elected Treas-surer
of the Kiwanis Club of Providence
for the ensuing year.
Mr. Charles R. Bowen, associate manager
of our Cincinnati office, has been
successful in passing the C. P. A. examinations
of the State of Indiana.
We note with pleasure that in the June
C. P. A. examinations in Michigan Mr.
Kenneth J . MacDonald, of our Detroit
office, received the second highest marks
ever attained in that state, and as a result
was awarded the Honor Medal of the
Seymour Walton Medal Fund. We congratulate
Mr. MacDonald upon this
Mr. H. W. Welsch, of our Chicago office,
also has received the Indiana C. P. A.
Messrs. W. M. Wetzel, H. A. Dykes,
C. W. Burton, and L. C. Knabe, all of our
Baltimore office, are to be congratulated
on their recent attainment of the C. P. A.
certificate of the State of Maryland.
Mr. James Clarke, of our Pittsburgh
office, has received the C. P. A. certificate
of the State of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Waiter D. Wall, also of our Pittsburgh
office, has received the Massachusetts
C. P. A. certificate.
Mr. Valdine Baker, of our Tulsa office,
recently has passed the C. P. A. examination
of the State of Missouri.
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