BioA: Fleming, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond (Silver - 1949)
Contact: Linda Ewen
Surnames: Fleming, Cook, Headley, Allen, Brown
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 9/22/1949
Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Silver - 12 SEP 1949)
The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond J. Fleming observed their silver wedding anniversary Monday, September 12th, with open house at the Methodist parsonage at Marshfield.
The marriage of Miss Fe[unreadable] Cook, daughter of the George S. Cook’s of Unity, to Raymond Fleming of Glenwood City, then a student at Asbury College, Wilmore, Ky., took place on the evening of Sept. 12, 1924, in the Unity Methodist Church, with the Rev. Charles Brown of Spencer Methodist Church reading the nuptial service.
Of the 175 guests that called at the Flemings home on the silver anniversary, 12 had attended the wedding 25 years ago as attendants.
Guests in attendance included members of the congregations of the Marshfield, Spencer and Richfield Methodist Churches where Rev. Fleming is now the pastor.
The pastor and his family received many fine gifts and a Purse of money from the many guests. Mrs. George Headley of Minneapolis, the Fleming’s daughter, and Mrs. Carrie Allen, Rev. Fleming’s aunt, poured at the informal reception.
The Fleming family which also includes a son, Myron, came to Marshfield July 4, 1946 rom Viroqua where the Rev. Fleming had been pastor since 1939. Earlier he had served charges at Unity, (as student pastor) Loyal, Superior and in the Ease [East?].
The Record Joins their many local friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for many more years of happy wedded life.
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