Etc. -- W. C. J. King retires, welcome A. G. Snider
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Items of Local Interest column on page 12 of the 
4 Dec 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

It is announced that a change is soon to occur in the managership of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, the longest here of Simcoe's four chartered financial institutions.

Mr. W. C. J. King is retiring from the management and is to be succeeded by 
Mr. A. G. Snider of Madoc.

The new manager is a member of a family long connected with Norfolk. His father, the late Thomas Snider, county clerk of Haldimand, was born in Windham and educated in Simcoe. His mother is the only daughter of the late Willliam Wilson, whose name a generation back was a household word in the county.

Mr. King, we are pleased to know, is not to sever his connection with either the bank or the town. He is to reside here and is to be a member of the staff of relieving managers.

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