Tapers glowed on the tall candelabrums in the Chapel of Grace creating the setting for the marriage of Laura Anne Masters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Masters of Sumner, Md., to Willard Wade Morris, son of Mrs. William B. Gilmour of Wilmette, Ill. and the late Colonel Willard W. Morris, USA. The double ring ceremony, performed by Fr. John Williams, was held at six o'clock in the evening on Saturday, November 18.

Mrs. Craig Hurst of Jacksonville, Fla. was matron of honor for her sister. Torey Pacetta, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer with Joseph Callahan of San Jose, Calif., as the best man.

A cable car bus, decorated with white ribbons and flowers, transported the bridal couple and their guests to the St. Francis Hotel for the reception in the State Suite, with dinner and dancing in the Colonial Room.

The bride, an alumna of Hannah More Academy (Md.) and Stephens College (Mo.), received her BA at American University here and spent a summer at the University of Perugia in Italy. She is an interior designer.

Mr. Morris, a graduate of the University of Virginia and a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, holds a master's in business administration from Stanford University. He is a vice-president for development with Hare Brewer and Kelley, Inc., a real estate development company in Palo Alto, Calif.