Mr. D. F. Aiken, local
representative of the Mutual Life of Canada, has received a
telegram from the superintendent of the company at Waterloo
stating that he has been elected president of the Century Club of
the Mutual Life of Canada.
This honor is bestowed on
Mr. Aiken for having written the greatest volume of business for
the preceding 12 months. It is open to all local agents in all
cities and towns from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
Mr. Aiken has a right to
feel justly proud of his appointment and says he is tickled to
pieces to think that Simcoe is still on the map.
The congratulations of his
many friends in town are due him upon this evidence of success. He
leaves Saturday morning for Quebec to attend the agents'
convention to be held next week in that city.