i a MRS. MACMASTER Speak Vows In Afternoon is the refrigerator. Barbara Anne Clarke and Donald John MacMaster were married in an afternoon ceremony at St. Joseph's Church June 6. The Rev. Terrence Healy officiated. The bride is the daughter of Bernard Clarke and Mrs. ZeEa Theel. The bridegroom's parents are J. R. MacMaster cf East Chicago, Ind. and Mrs. Harold Weigelt of Okinawa. The bride chose a Victorian gown of white satin designed with a cathedral train and accented with Venise lace and embroidered daisies. The daisies were repeated on her mantilla. She carried a cascade of white carnations and miniature pink rosebuds. Mrs. Ken Myner of Tampa, Fla. was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Joel Guin of Milwaukee, Wis., sister of the bridegroom. Cindy Dunbar of Flint, cousin of the bride was flower girl Their dresses of lilac taffeta overlaid with crepe had Victorian collars, short sleeves and trains of chiffon. Daisy em- brodery trimmed the neckline and sleeves. The honor matron's bouquet was white carnations encircled with pink daisies. The bridesmaid carried pink daisies surrounded with white carnations. The flower girl had white and pink carnations. Joel MacMaster was Ms brother's best man. Hugh Clark, the bride's brother, served as groomsman. Clay Guin of Milwaukee, nephew of the bridegroom was ringbearer. Ushers were David Mills, cousin of the bride, and Ken Lamoreaux. The bride's mother chose a dress of light blue crepe worn with white accessories. She had a corsage of miniature pink rosebuds. Mrs. Zell Davis, grandmother of the bride, had a corsage of blue carnations. Assisting at the reception in St. Joseph's Hall were Mrs. Dorothy Scott, Mrs. Joyce Stevens, Paula Jean Davis, Mrs. Carol Dunbar, Mrs. Onie Clarke, Mrs. Roy Davis and Tammy MacMaster. After a wedding trip to Chicago the couple will be at home at 42-21 Indianapolis Blvd. East Chicago, Ind. after June 10. Both are graduates of Sault High School. The bride, who attended Northern Michigan University at Marquette, is secretary for the American Insurance Co. at Chicago.