Last Saturday evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria, Va., Katharine Conover Hunt exchanged marriage vows with Morgan Andrew Jones. The double ring ceremony was conducted by the Rev. John Von Hemert assisted by the Right Rev. John Bentley of Hampton, former Bishop of Alaska and retired vice-president of the Office of Foreign Missions in New York City. The reception was held at Belle Haven Country Club.

Entrusted to the groom by her father, the bride wore an eighteenth century English white silk brocade gown embroidered with red roses. Jeanne Folley Butler of Alexandria was maid of honor, and Eugene Tish of Portland, Ore., the best man.

The former Miss Hunt, daughter of William Powhatan Hunt of Hampton, Va., and the late Elizabeth Britt Miller Hunt, is a museum curatorial consulant in this city. She is an honor graduate of the Newcomb College of Tulane University, with an M.A. as a Winterthur Museum Fellow at the University of Delaware.

Mr. Jones took a B.S.E. from Tulane, a J.D. with honors from Texas Tech University where he edited the Law Review, and an L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Grant Jones of Abilene, Texas, Mr. Jones is with the law firm of Harris, Cook, Browning, & Barker.

After a wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Texas.