At six-thirty last Saturday evening, Deborah Norene Camalier and Richard Olney Walker, III were married in the Roman Catholic Church of the Little Flower in Washington, D.C. Msgr. Joseph B. Coyne, pastor of Little Flower Church, and the Rev. Leonard Bachmann, Director of the Shrine of St. Joseph's in Stirling, N.J., said the Nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aloysius Camalier, Jr. of Potomac, Md. and Naples, Fla., and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olney Walker, Jr., formerly of Bronxville, N.Y. and currently of West Lafayette, Ind.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. for the candlelight ceremony, she chose an organza gown designed by Priscilla with rosepoint lace and seed pearls. The opened V-neckline and bodice of lace had short sleeves and the cathedral length train was adorned with panels of rosepoint lace and seed pearls. Her veil was a cathedral length family heirloom of Brussels lace, and the bouquet that she carried consisted of white bridal roses and ivy.

Her maids-of-honor were her two sisters, Lisa Anne and Lori Deidre Camalier. Their gowns, also designed by Priscilla, of ivory candlelight chiffon had lace tucked bodices. In their hair were streamers of ribbons which fell to the floor and their bouquets were of lavandee roses and stephanotis each centered by a lighted candle.

The bridesmaids were Mrs. R. Davis Camalier, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Robert Roop, Mrs. Scott Fechnay, Mrs. John Clar, Mrs. Brian Casey, Leslie Richards, Candace Johnson, all of the Washington, D.C. area: Mary Coolidge of Boston, Mass; Christine Novak and Margaret Nohowel of New Ork City. Their dresses were identical to the maids-of-honor, except they carried fuschia rhubrum lilies, pink noreens and lavandee roses.

Gregory Stone Camalier, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer. The best men were David Stearns Walker, brother of the groom, and Scott William Fancher. Ushers were Charles A. Camalier, III and Floyd Davis Camalier, brothers of the bride, Stephen Haselton Parker, Daniel Kerns, James Weiss, Richard Winston Thaler, Christian Blake Elliot, William Ralp Chambers and Marcos Staunton Williams.

Following the ceremony a reception and dinner were held at the home of the bride's parents, Stone Oak, in Potomac, Maryland, and the guests and wedding party dined and danced under a marquee to the music of Lester Lanin and his orchestra.

The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. Floyd E. Davis, Sr., of Washington, and the late Mr. Davis and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Camalier, Sr. of Washington. She graduated from Holton Arms School and from Trinity College (Ct.) with honors, and was presented to society at a ball at her parents' home in June of 1970. She is entering her second year at Catholic University where she is obtaining a master's degree in social work.

Mr. Walker graduated from Princeton University and is now Assistant to the Head Master at Landon School, a private boys' school in Bethesda, Maryland. His father is Professor of Engineering at Purdue University.