David and Brenda Bundy wedding-1973
(Anson Myers Photo) MR. AND MRS. DAVID E. BUNDY Miss Brenda Ann Gutzler became the bride of David E. Bundy Friday, Nov. 23 at the First Baptist church of Bluford. The Rev. Robert Hill performed the double ring ceremony at seven o'clock in the evening before an altar decorated with candles and ferns. The bride is the daughter ' of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. ; Gutzler of Bluford and the ' groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bundy of Salem, former Bluford residents. residents. Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was lovely in a princess style gown fashioned of delicate delicate taffeta with bishop sleeves and pointed cuffs. Bands of dimensional lace accented the gown and train. The veil was elbow length Juliet crown accented accented with dimensional lace. The bride's bouquet was arranged with wihte roses and baby's breath trimmed with green ribbons. ribbons. Janeen Belmont of Bluford was chosen as Matron Matron of Honor. Faye Schultz, Mt. Vernon was bridesmaid. Steve Kramer of Lombard was best man. Groomsman was David Belmont. Gary Whalen of Lockport and Nicky Gutzler, brother of the bride served as ushers. Eric Newman of Wayne City was ring bearer. Earletta Richardson accompanied accompanied Dave Richardson Richardson as he sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "We've Only Just Begun." The reception was held in the church basement immediately immediately following the ceremony. Shirley Newman of Wayne City, Mary Vance of Bluford and Becky Williamson of Belle Rive served the guests at the reception. reception. The table was decorated decorated with white and blue streamers, white bells and covered with a white and gold cloth. Patricia Bean of Bluford kept the guest register and handed out rice. Becky Shields of Mt. Vernon and Sandra Thurman of Memphis, Memphis, Tenn. were in charge of the gift table. Following a wedding trip, the couple are now making their home in Bluford. The bride is a graduate of Webber township high school. The groom attending Glenbard East High School in Lombard and is presently employed by Mt. Vernon airport. Out of town guests were from Mt. Vernon, Wayne City, Belle Rive, Breeze, Granite City, and Huntington, Huntington, N.Y. CONSUMERS QUESTION BOX Q. I do not understand the advice you quoted in a column about safe use of electric blankets. You quote the National Fire Protection Association as advising not to keep electric blankets spread out on a bed when not in use. And yet you also say that Underwriters' Laboratories Laboratories advice is "to avoid excessive heating, avoid folding the blanket when in use." How do you handle the blanket properly then? A. The advice from the NFPA not to leave an electric electric blanket spread out on a bed when not in use is because because of the possibility of damage to the blanket's wiring through either children children playing on it or adults'