Priscilla Anne Ingersoll, Capt. USA, daughter of Col. (USAF ret.) and Mrs. George Lymann Ingersoll of Alexandria, Va., and John Paul Woodley, Jr., Capt. USA, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Woodley of Shreveport, La., were married Saturday, June 6 in a two o'clock service at St. Matthew's Cathedral in Washington, D.C. The Rev. Joseph Browning, SJ., of West Palm Beach, Fla. performed the ceremony. A reception followed at the Cosmos Club.

The bride wore an exquisite candlelight gown featuring a bodice of alencon lace, scooped from and back neckline, and bows at the shoulders. Alencon lace bishop sleeves formed tight cuffs and a tucked cummerbund waist topped the A-line satin skirt trimmed at the hem with matching lace which fell into a chapel length train. Her juliet cap with attached veiling was trimmed with alencon lace and she carried a dramatic cascade of white Alba lilies. Her sister, Cornelia Ingersoll as maid of honor; Melissa Langa, Vickie Bowdoin, and Cecilia Woodley, sister of the groom, were gowned in graduated shades of lilac and pink with cascading ruffled skirts. In their hair were wreaths of baby's breath and statice which also surrounded bouquets of white cymbidium orchids. Alexander N. Simon served as best man; George Lyman Ingersoll, III, brother of the bride; Thomas Woodley, brother of the groom, and Robert R. Weed, ushered.

Capt. Ingersoll Woodley is a graduate of Yale University and the Washington School of Law at American University and is a member of the bar of the District of Columbia. Capt. Woodley is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and of its law school and is a member of the bar of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

After attending the wedding of the groom's brother in Baton Rouge, the couple will spend three weeks touring abroad before returning to Nuremberg, Germany where they are assigned to the staff of the Judge Advocate General, 1st Armored Division.