Allan Streiff, Chillicothe, brother of the bridegroom. He wore a white tuxedo, lavender shirt and lavender carnation. Groomsmen were Mr. David Ginther, Chillicothe, and Mr. Rick Steele, Lowry Air Force Base, Colo. Seating the guests were Mr. Mike Trager, Mr. Randy Ward and Mr. Chuck Wade, all of Chillicothe. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church reception room. The bridal table was covered with a white satin cloth and skirt. Greenery draped in scallops along the front with three clusters of lavender daisies and baby's-breath and long lavender streamers accented/ the table decorations. T)W three-tiered wedding cake wfs decorated with white roses and lavender purple string work with purple water flowing from a fountain beneath the cake. Grape punch and homemade mints were also served. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Gary McCoy, Mrs. Dale Cramner, Mrs. Steve McGeorge, Mrs. Lee Swearingen, all sisters of the 'bridegroom. They wore corsages of white daisies and lavender baby's-breath. Mrs. Gary Fletchall catered. Miss Sherry Foglesong, Chillicothe, presided at the guest book. In charge of the gift table were Miss Barbie Hamil, Chillicothe and Miss Kim Lobb, Norborne. Greeting the guests at the reception Mrs. Hayes, mother of the bride, was attired in a floor-length gown of soft pink polyester trimmed with old- fashioned ivory lace around the collar. Her ensemble was completed with a corsage of white daisies and pink carnations. Mrs. Streiff. mother of the bridegroom, wore a floor- length three-piece outfit of apricot and yellow polyester. Her corsage was of white daisies and white pixie carnations. Grandmothers of the couple wore corsages of white daisies. For a honeymoon trip to Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. Streiff was attired in a green and white polka-dot floor-length gown. Her accessories were a white picture hat and purse. She wore a green cymbidium orchid as her corsage. The couple are at home at Marks Trailer Court. Mr. Strieff is employed at Sargents Glass Company and Mrs. Streiff is employed at Fletchall Office Supply. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sargent, St. James; Mr. and, Mrs. Steve McGeorge, King City'; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swearingen, Jefferson City; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McFadden, Katherine Woods, Catherine Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott and Tara, all of Marshall. Greta Webb, Falcon; Patty Webb, Hartville; Mr. and Mrs. Oris Hamilton, Falcon; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simpson, and Allen, Lebanon; Virginia Pearson, Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Orr, Sunrise Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lobb, Kim, Lori, and Tommy, Norborne; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sargent and Glen, Lori and Lisa, Hazelwood; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sargent, and Sharon, West Plains; Les Reed, St. Joseph; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenon, and Scott, Rhonda, Craig and Rhona, Rolla. Mr. and Mrs. George Welch, Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards,' Stover; Pam Edwards, Grandview; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Booth, Braymer; Mrs. Adeline Fletchall, Fairview, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Carroll, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gates, Kansas City; Mrs. Opal King, North Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gravino, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, Centralia, and Mr. and Mrs. Kim McCubbin, Kearney. Miss Hayes was honored with a miscellaneous breakfast shower given by Mrs. Pat Fletchall and Diane at their home on May 24. The bride-elect was honored with a surprise shower given in her honor by Mrs. Harold Wood and Nancy. The shower was held in the Wood home on June 4. A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of the bride elect on June 10 by Linda and Lori Saunders, in the Saunders home. A rehearsal dinner was held in the home of the bridegroom's mother following the rehearsal.