In the chapel of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, on April 21, Margaret Vaughan Waller became the bride of John Henry Wilckens, Lt. (j.g.) USN. The afternoon ceremony was performed by Rear Admiral John J. O'Connor, Chief of Chaplains, USN. A reception followed at the Alumni House.

The bride, daughter of Vice Admiral and Mrs. Edward C. Waller of Arlington, was given in marriage by her father and wore her mother's wedding gown of chantilly lace over ivory satin, complemented by a mantilla of matching heirloom lace. She was attended by Catherine Groom of Arlington as maid of honer; Ruth Ann Wilckens, Karen Wilckens, and Susan Wilckens, of Elma, N.Y., Mrs. Edward C. Waller Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla. and Kristen Waller, the bridesmaids, James Wilckens was best man for his brother, Lt. Edward C. Waller Jr., USN., Midshipman Richard Wilckens, USN., Joseph Wilckens, Lt. (j.g.) Michael West, and Raymond Trakimas, were the ushers.

Mrs. Wilckens is a graduate of Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School and Mary Baldwin College and studied at Oxford University in England. Lt. Wilckens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Wilckens of Elma, N.Y., is a 1976 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, and is presently attending George Washington University Medical School.

After a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple will live in Arlington. CAPTION: Picture, no caption, Glogau