The Rev. Kenneth Lemkay officiated at the wedding in Trinity United Church on Saturday, June 17th, when Eleanor Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lloyd Dymond, became the bride of Frederick George Garner of Kitchener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lynn Garner, Peterborough.
The wedding music was played by Mr. R.W. Mitchell, who accompanied Col. G.E.Sweet of Brantford, uncle of the bride, who sang before the service and during the signing of the register.
The bride, given away by her father, wore an embroidered Swiss organdy gown, styled with oval neckline, short puff sleeves and full skirt, having a short train. She wore her mother's wedding veil and carried a spray bouquet of gardenias.
Mrs. J.P. Brown of Galt, matron of honour, and Miss Catherine Forbes, of Toronto, bridesmaid, both wore white-dotted aqua organdy dresses having wide pointed collars and very full skirts and carried pastel colored baby zinnias. Mrs. Arthur Collins of Kitchener was best man and Mr. Robert Garner of Peterborough, and Mr. Colin Dymond of Grimsby ushered.
The reception was held in the garden of the bride's parents. Mrs. Dymond wore a navy sheer crepe frock, navy mohair hat and pale blue accessories. Mrs. Garner was attired in teal blue, gray hat and matching accessories.
The bride's going away outfit was a navy sheer crepe dress, pink jacket, with navy flower-trimmed hat and navy accessories. After a motor trip through the New England States, the couple will reside in Kitchener.
Guests were present from Rensselaer, N.Y., Rochester, N.Y., Buffalo, N.Y., Toronto, Peterborough, Kitchener, Galt, London and Brantford.
Grimsby Independent 29 June 1950 - An Omission - In the report of the Garner-Dymond wedding as handed to The Independent last week, the name of the junior bridesmaid, Miss Mary E. Phelps, was omitted in error. Her gown was similar to that of the other attendants - white-dotted aqua organdy with wide pointed collar and very full skirt. Her flowers were baby zinnias in pastel shades.