From the "News Journal," Drumright, Oklahoma, August 14, 1985

Judy Ann Miller became Mrs. Edward Dean Chandler in a double ring ceremony at the Drumright Community Center on July 6, 1985 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. James Warnock of Drumright heard the vows.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller of Drumright. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chandler of Drumright.

The room was decorated with blue and white flowers, ribbons and candelabras.

Wedding musicians were Rosie Clark of Oilton on the piano and soloist, Susan Starns singing "Wedding Song" and "Endless Love."

The bride wore a dress of white satin and lace of Southern Belle styling with sweetheart neckline edged with lace, which also adorned the bodice. Rows of wide lace banded the skirt and edging of the veil. The bridal bouquet was made of white and blue carnations, roses and daisies.

Miss April Pratt of Jennings, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor and Miss Nancy Morelock of Cleveland, also a friend, was the bridesmaid. They wore blue satin gowns with sheer overskirts. Their nosegays were similar to the bride's.

The best man was Steve Chandler of Oilton, cousin of the groom and Johnny Miller of Cleveland, brother of the bride, was the groomsman.

Attending the guest book was Jennifer Miller, sister of the bride.

Ushers included Barry Jennings, of Cushing, brother of the bride, and Doug White of Drumright.

The parents of the bride hosted a reception at the Drumright Community Center. Assisting were Sandra Jennings, Susan Jennings, Judy Chandler and Sherry Albright.

The bride's table was covered with blue tablecloths with white lace overlays. The three tiered wedding cake was topped with the traditional bride and groom. A blue and white flower arrangement also accented the table.

The bride has attended Drumright and Cleveland High Schools and Central Vo-Tech.

The groom is a graduate of Drumright High School and also attended Central Vo-Tech. He is now employed by the Quapaw Company in Drumright.

Following a wedding trip to Branson, Missouri, the couple will make their home in Drumright.

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