Ottilie Rosina King, daughter of Henry Brazell King of Spring Lake, N.J. and Washington D.C. and the late Mrs. King, was married last Saturday morning, June 23, to Spiros Charles Droggitis, son of Mr. And Mrs. Charles Droggitis of Biddenford, Me. The Rev. Father Francis Crine, pastor of St. James Church in Woodbridge, N.J., officiated at the Nuptial Mass at St. Catherine's Church in Spring Lake. A reception was held at the Jumping Brook Country Club.
Mrs. Droggitis, the eleventh child in a family of fifteen, wore her mother's wedding gown of candlelight satin accented with seed pearls on the bodice and neckline. She was attended by her sister, Margaret King of this city, as maid of honor, her other sisters, Mrs. Robert Jarmon, Elizabeth and Bibiana King of Spring Lake, along with the groom's sister, Donna Droggitis, Carole Turcotte, Arlington; and Mrs. Charles Wolff, Cary, N.C., as the bridesmaids. George Droggitis, Biddeford, was his brother's best man with Vincent and Anthony King, New York City, brothers of the bride; Steven Gifford, Boston; John Hubbard, Washington; Jed Lyons, Alexandria; and Robert Rose, North Beach, Md., as the ushers.
A research assistant for the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Mrs. Droggitis is a graduate of Marymount College, Tarrytown, N.Y. Her junior year was spent in England at Queen Mary College, University of London, and she is also a graduate of the U.S. Capitol Page School. Her father is president of the United States Brewers Association. Mr. Droggitis is a congressional liaison of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. A graduate of Bowdoin College (Me.), he is a former aide to Senator Edumund Muskie. His father is a restauranteur in Maine.
Following a wedding trip to Canada, the couple will live in Washington, D.C. CAPTION: Picture, no caption