Golden year for Salem couple

James and Carol Johnson

SALEM — Carol Lee and James Glenn Johnson, Jr., Salem, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an outdoor vowel renewal and reception for invited guests at 2 p.m. June 24 at their home, hosted by their children and Diane Glover.

The former Carol Lee Fisher married James Glenn Johnson, Jr. on June 24, 1967 by the Rev. Harold Deitch at the First Christian Church in Salem.

Mr. Johnson graduated from Salem High School in 1967 and was employed as a receiving clerk and material handler by Salem Label and WS Packing Company for 42 years until his retirement in April 2010. He enjoys reading mysteries and ghost stories, woodworking, refinishing furniture, gardening and anything outdoors.

Mrs. Johnson graduated from Greenford High School in 1967 and was employed as a typist at Lyle Printing and at Salem Label and WS Packing Company as a sales service management assistant and proof reader. She retired in 2006. She enjoys drawing, making greeting cards, cooking and baking.

The couple are members of the First Christian Church in Salem.

They have two children, Terrance Lee (Lori) Johnson and Lauri (Butch) Wymer, Salem, and four grandchildren.

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