108 HASKINS & SELLS October
The 1930 annual meeting of the partners
and managers was called to order Monday
morning, September 22, promptly at 10
The sessions on Monday, interspersed by
a buffet lunch served in the library, were
devoted to a consideration of the firm's
activities, a review of the general business
situation, a discussion of the business outlook,
and plans for the future.
Tuesday's program covered such subjects
as the legal responsibility of auditors,
relations with clients, technical questions,
particularly those raised by the Robert
Morris Associates, the proposed general
questionnaire, and fidelity bonds. The
paper on the last-named subject will be
printed and distributed to the practice
offices for use of such offices in assisting
clients with their bonding problems, which
in these days are numerous and complicated.
The presence at the meetings of Mr.
Ludlam was a matter of gratification to all
Wednesday was given over to golf at the
Round Hill Club, Greenwich, Connecticut.
Mrs. Carter entertained the women present
with luncheon and bridge at her home.
The golf tournament was followed in the
evening by a dinner dance at Round Hill,
where all were the guests of Colonel and
The golf prizes were won by Mr.
McEwen, with a net score of 70; Mr. Bell,
with a net score of 74; and Mr. Hill, with
a net score of 75.
Another annual meeting has contributed
to unifying the organization and stimulating
its members to work for bigger and
better results in the future.
Colonel Carter attended the annual
meeting of the American Institute of
Accountants, held at Colorado Springs,
Colorado, in September, visiting some of
the western practice offices while en route.
Mr. Wildman returned to the office on
September 15, sailing from Southampton,
England, on the Belgenland, after a very
pleasant vacation spent touring the continent.
We are pleased to announce that Mr.
Bowen has been successful in passing the
C. P. A. examination of the State of Ohio.
We are pleased to announce that Messrs.
T. H. Carstensen and H. H . Byers, of our
Portland office, were successful in passing
the May examination of the American Institute
of Accountants, and have received
the Oregon C. P. A. certificate.
Mr. Donald Edwin, of the Los Angeles
office, is to be congratulated upon successfully
passing the C. P. A. examination of
the State of California.
PRESS OF WILLIAM GREEN, NEW YORK