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Wedding

Monday, February 2, 2004

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dahm

Melissa Davis and Bobby Dahm were married Saturday, September 13 at the Nemaha United Methodist Church. Presiding over the ceremonies was Pastor Karl Schiltz and Dr. Gary Davis.

Parents of the couple are Russ and Liz Davis of Nemaha and Tom and Kathy Dahm of Early. Grandparents in attendance were Richie and Phyllis Davis of Nemaha, Shirley Quealy of Fort Dodge and Mary Dahm of Early.

The couple's colors of the day were black and silver. The flowers chosen as accents were white and burgundy cala lillies.

Serving the bride as maid of honor was her sister, Jennifer Davis. Samantha Dahm, sister of the groom, was also a bridesmaid. The groom's attendants were his brothers, A.J. Dahm as best man, while Ryan Dahm served as groomsman. Guests were greeted and ushered in by Amanda Weber, friend of the couple, Cynthia Holst, friend of the couple, Doug Cichosz, friend of the couple and Dave Siebrands, cousin of the groom. Also serving the bride as a personal attendant was Lindi Dahm, sister-in-law of the groom.

Musicians for the ceremony were David Cook of Nemaha, Brenda Mentzer of Schaller and Nancy Davis of Carroll. The bride's father Russ and her sister Jennifer performed vocal selections.

After the ceremony the bride and groom were escorted to their reception in a 1950 Hudson driven by Ralph Scott. The wedding dinner and dance was held at the Sacred Heart Gym in Early. Greeting guests as hosts and hostesses were the couples aunts and uncles; Pat and Barb Dahm of Early and Vince and Sue Davis of Early.

The couple enjoyed a week long honeymoon in northern Minnesota before returning to their home in Waterloo.



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