Christine Baker Howard and Ian Glenday were married on Saturday, December 2 by the Rev. James Adams and the Rev. Margaret Adams at the Rockville Presbyterian Church. A reception followed in the Rockville home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Lee Milton Howard.

The former Miss Howard wore the bridal gown which was made and worn by her maternal grandmother, Mrs. May Raid Croft of Arlington, Texas, now 93, for her own December 1913 wedding. It was fashioned in ivory peau de soie and embroidered with lace and pearls. Carrying a bouquet of gardeniss and stephanotis, the bride was attended by Mrs. Frank Mickey of Bethesda as matron of honor. Mr. Glenday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Glenday of Capetown, South Africa, was served by his brother, Graham Glenday of Ottawa, Canada, as best man.

The bride, a 1973 graduate of Smith College (Mass.), studied at Leningrad University, U.S.S.R. and completed a degree in Russian studies as Wadham College, Oxford University, England. Her father is director of the Office of Health, Development Assistance Bureau, U.S. Agency for International Development in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Glenday graduated from Yale University in 1970 and received a B. Phil. in economics management from Magdalen College at Oxford University. He is an investment officer with the International Fnance Corporation of the World Bank. His father is retired from the Southern Life Association in Capetown, where he was assistant general manager.

After a wedding trip to South Africa the Glendays plan to reside in this city.