The traditional arch of swords was formed when Navy Lieutenants Pamela Lyle Turner and Samuel Alexander Hauge left the Navy Chapel after their marriage here last Saturday. The ceremony, performed by the Rev. George Paul Mocko of Baltimore, friend and former pastor of the Hauge family, was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Vice Admiral (USN ret.) and Mrs. Frederick C. Turner of Fairfax, Va.

The bride's wedding dress, accented with lace, featured a scoop neck, net sleeves, empire waist and pleated skirt. Matching lace trimmed the fingertip veil attached to a juliet cap. Her sister, Susan E. Turner was maid of honor; matrons of honor honor were Jacqueline A. Hazelrigg, Great Mills, Md. and Cheryl E. Weaver, Alexandria.

The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erling B. Hauge of Wilmington, Del. and the late Louise Faircloth Hauge, was served by Douglas Schaus, Lt. USN, of Annapolis, best man; his brother, Richard Hauge, Birmingham, and Steven Thompson, Lt. USN, Virginia Beach.

Lt. Hauge is a graduate of the Naval Academy and his wife of the University of Virginia. He is assigned to Fighter Squadron 103 at Naval Air Station, Oceana, Va. and the former Lt. Turner will be assigned to the staff of Commander-in-Chief Atlantic Fleet in Norfolk.

After a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Virginia Beach.