MR. AND MRS. DAVID STREIFF —Photo by Bailey Studio Miss Hayes, Mr. Streiff wed at Baptist Church A large center arrangement of lavender stock, white brass marital candle, carnations, purple statice and baby's- breath, flanked on either side by 7-branched candelabra holding white tapers and greenery arrangements provided provided the setting at 6:30 o'clock on June 28, when Miss Vicki Lynn Hayes became the bride of David Bruce Streiff. Lavender bows marked the bridal aisle. The Rev. Don Palmer performed the double-ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Hayes, 1505 Elm Street, Chillicothe, and the son of Mrs. Norma Streiff, 120 Wilson, and the late Francis Streiff, at the First Baptist Church. Jeff Gardner, guitarist, played and sang "Love Story" as candles were lighted and "Time;;;!!! a Bottle" as the mothers and grandparents were seated. At the exchange of rings he played "Wedding Song." Mrs. Bob Hays, organist, played the traditional wedding accompaniment. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a formal-length gown of white silk organza, fashioned with an Empire bodice trimmed with heavy Venise lace. .'The standup collar and Victorian sleeves were circled in matching lace trim and lavender ribbon. The full skirt of the gown was highlighted with appliques and the same lavender ribbon. The skirt swept into a chapel-length "CLASSIC BARGAIN MATINEES" Sat & Sun., Aug. 2 & 3-1:45 PM All Seats 50c Box 30c Popcorn 20c-0n Our Big Wide Screen "LOVE STORY" PG C-O-O-L BEN BOLT detachable train. Her chapel- length veil of bridal lace was (rimmed with Venise lace and held in place by a cluster of ribbon and bows. The bride carried a casual bouquet of white daisies, lavender-tipped miniature carnations and baby's-breath. Lavender and white satin streamers accented the bouquet. Miss Nancy Wood. Chillicothe, acted as maid of honor. She wore a high waisted floor-length gown of lavender floral summer material with lavender underlay and short puffed sleeves accented with white eyelet lace and lavender ribbon, matching that running through the bridal gown, around the waist and making a bow and streaming down the back. The eyelet lace and ribbon also accented the standup standup collar. Her gown ended in a .short train. She carried a cluster of lavender daisies, baby's-breath and lavender ribbon. Bridesmaids were Miss Anne Walters, Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. David (Rita) Paris of Chillicothe. Their gowns ensembles and flowers were like those of the maid of honor. Lighting the tapers were Miss Louanne Streiff, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Melissa Gates, cousin of the bride, Gladstone. Their dresses were identical to those of the other honor attendants. Their flowers were wrist corsages of lavender daisies and baby's- breath. As the bride approached the altar, she presented her mother with a long-stemmed red rose and leaving the altar, she presented her new mother- in-law with a long-stemmed red rose. The marital candle was lighted by the couple after vows were repeated. Miss Tiffony Cranmer, and Miss Melissa McCoy, nieces of the bridegroom, were flower girls. They wore dresses of lavender-flocked voile with lavender underlays. They carried wicker baskets and dropped lavender carnation petals. Mr. Jimmy Saunders was ringbearer. He wore a white suit with short pants and lavender tie. Serving as best man was Mr.