a a FLOWERGIRL Coventry, sister-in-law of the bride; Mrs. Larry Crothers, 216 Fairview St., Stowe, cousin of the bride, and Joanne Streiff, sister of the bridegroom. They were gowned identical to the honor attendant and carried bouquets of yellow rosebuds and pompons with fern. Victoria Edwards, Bridge St., Spring City, was flowergirl. She was gowned identical to the bridesmiads and carried a basket of flowers. Dr. William Streiff, New York, performed duties of best | man for his brother, Daniel and David Sikora, brothers of the bride, and Dale Carmassi, Pittsburgh, ushered. Ring bearer was James Calvario, Spring Street. Mrs. Sikora, mother of the bride, wore a lime green dress and coat outfit. Mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Streiff chose an aqua shantung outfit. Both mothers wore a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Regina Abrams, grandmother grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Anna Osisek, godmother of the bride, wore white carnation corsages. Following a reception at the Elks Home, 61 High St., the couple left for a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination. The bride was attired in a white dress with navy blue accessories for traveling. GERMANY RESIDENCE Upon their return, the couple win reside in Germany, where | VTr Strpiff is sprvinp with ttip ’ Mr. Streiff is serving with the | Army. The bride was a clerk typist | at Valley Forge General Hospital, Phoenixville, prior to I her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Streiff, parents of the bridegroom, hosted a dinner party at Milo’s Limerick, following Friday night rehearsal. Showers honoring the bride were given by her attendants at the Elks Home, and by her co workers at Seven Stars Restaurant.