At St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Evanston, Ill. Nancy Haddaway Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilmer Jones, became the bride of Jeffrey Pauling Emrich, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyman Emrich Jr., all of Evanston, on December 27. The evening ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Hadley B. Williams and assisted by the bride's brother-in-law, the Rev. Charles B. Houghtlin, chaplain of the Middlesex School, Concord, Mass.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a slate ivory gown of silk faced satin. For something old she had an heirloom lace shawl over a chapel length tulle veil; for something blue she wore her mother's and sister's wedding garter, and in her shoe was a sixpence. Her sister, Mrs. Vera V. J. Houghtlin was matron of honor; Carol A. Joffe, maid of honor; Sandra S. J. Thomasson, her other sister, Dee D. Emrich, the groom's sister-in-law, Lucie Love Guernsey, and Mimi Huling Hanson, the bridesmaids.Her nieces, Vannesa Houghtlin and Leigh Thomasson, the flower girls.
The groom was served by his brother, Philip Emrich, as best man; Albert F. Thomasson, Charles B. Houghtlin, Lee Hanson, George Colyer, and Harry George, the ushers; James Houghtlin and Daniel Thomasson, the bride's nephews, the ring bearers.
The bridal couple met in high school and again this year in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Emrich is director of admissions at the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Va. and a 1972 graduate of Wheaton College (Mass.). Mr. Emrich graduated from both Brown and George Washington universities. He is a consultant with Tischler, Marcou & Associates in this city. They spent their honeymoon in Williamsburg, and have taken up residence in Arlington.