Judith Eleanor Grimes and Kirk Frederick Stark were married November 28 in a double ring ceremony in the River Road Unitarian Church, Bethesda, with Rabbi Martin Siegel and the Rev. Frank Maon officiating. Mary Maloney, Vienna, Va. was at the organ with her daughter, Alice, as the soprano. A reception and dinner followed here at the Captiol Hill Club with dance music by the Merv Conn orchestra.

For her wedding the bride chose a white silk organza gown with reembroidered alencon lace and seed pearls surrounding the sheer point d' esprit yoke and accenting the long fitted sleeves. The A-line skirt, attached at the empire waist, was finished with three ruffles extending around the chapel train. Framing her face was a two-tiered tango length mantilla encircled with scalloped lace and caught to a headdress of lace and seed pearls. Her sister, Catherine, as maid of honor; Laurie Osborne, Jean Sadlowe and Pamela Tomes, the bridesmaids wore fall blue quiana gowns with spaghetti straps, accordion pleaded skirts attached at the natural waist by rolled belts and covering their shoulders were sheer chiffon capelets. The groom's brother, Kempy Stark, served as best man, with Brian Lawless, Bill Petersen, and David Roth, as ushers.

The bride, daughter of Maria and Walter Grimes of Falls Church, Va., is a graduate of Falls Church High School and of the University of Wisconsin. Her husband, also a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, is an industrial engineer with John Deere & Co. and the son of Gladys and Joe Stark of Racine, Wisc. They will reside in Moline, Ill.