HASKINS & SELLS October
Colonel Carter returned from Europe on
September 7, where he had spent several
weeks in connection with our foreign practice.
A paper on "The Scope of the Small Accounting
Firm" was read by Mr. Forbes at
the annual meeting of the American Institute
of Accountants held in Philadelphia.
Mr. Wildman, after spending a very
pleasant vacation in Europe, returned on
Mr. Palmer also has returned after an
enjoyable vacation abroad.
Mr. Peters is here from the Orient to
spend his vacation and attend the annual
Mr. J . W. Queenan, of the Chicago office,
is to be congratulated upon being
awarded the gold medal of the Illinois Society
of Certified Public Accountants for the
highest grades made in the June examination
for certified public accountants.
We have pleasure in announcing that
Mr. Benjamin A . Wilson, of the New York
45th Street office, has been awarded the
Elijah Watt Sells Scholarship at New York
University School of Commerce, Accounts,
and Finance for the coming year. The Elijah
Watt Sells Scholarship Fund was established
in 1924, as a memorial to Mr. Sells,
by his sister, Mrs. John H . Bovard.
Mr. C. B. Holloway, of the Boston office,
has been elected an associate member of
the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public
Mr. G. E . Conroy, of the New Orleans
office, has been elected treasurer of the
Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants.
Mr. H. L . Annis, of the Boston office,
has received the C. P. A. certificate of
Massachusetts as the result of passing the
examinations of that state.
Mr. F. J . Williams, of the Los Angeles
office, has received the C. P. A. certificate
of the state of California as the result of
passing the examinations.
Mr. S. G. Anspach, Jr., has been successful
in passing the C. P. A. examinations
of the state of Ohio.
As of August 4, 1931, our office in Water-town
has been closed and its practice consolidated
with that of Buffalo.