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Weddings

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Tara and Nathan Hilpipre

Tara Beth Nicolle Malcom and Nathan John Hilpipre were united in marriage on July 22 at 5 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, Storm Lake. Pastor Keith Schweitzer, Greenfield, officiated at the double ring ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Ben and Judy Malcom of Albert City; Mark and Jodi Hilpipre of Bouton; and Reggie and Virgene Martin of Bridgewater. Special guests were Nate's grandparents, Virgil and Irene Holck and Virgil and Evelyn Martin all of Fontanelle. A bouquet of four white lilies and two pink roses in memory of Tara's grandparents, Eldor and Anna Sump and Floyd and Elsie Malcom, adorned the altar.

The bride, escorted down the aisle by her father, wore a white net over satin mermaid silhouette gown with a V-neck and semi- cathedral train. She carried a a bouquet of white calla lilies, lilies, roses and stephanotis with pearl centers.

Maid of honor was Tiffany Malcom, Colorado Springs, Colo. sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Carrie Hornor, Fonda, friend of the bride; Jennie Malcom, Dubuque, sister-in-law of the bride; and Kristen Calhoun, Adair, sister of the groom. They wore beaded empire waist, periwinkle blue, floor length gowns with chiffon split fronts. They each carried a large calla lilly with a silver bow.

Personal Attendants were Jacquie Bauer, Storm Lake and Jorjia Gibbins, Peterson, both friends of the bride.

The groom wore a black tuxedo and blue striped vest, blue tie, and a white rose boutonniere. Honorary Best Man was Brady Hilpipre, Greenfield, son of the groom. Best man was Tad Day, Stuart, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Matt Clayton, Greenfield, friend of the groom; Ty Malcom, Dubuque, brother of the bride and Aaron Calhoun, Adair, brother-in-law of the groom. Ring bearers were Henrey Malcom, Dubuque, nephew of the bride and Karter Hilpipre, Adair, nephew of the groom.

Ushers were Mike Ladd, Lynn Harris and Scott Armstrong, all of Greenfield, and all friends of the groom.

After greeting guests, the couple stepped outside the church with Brady and released three balloons in the wedding colors of periwinkle blue, navy, and silver, to represent beginning their new life together as a family.

A buffet dinner, reception and dance was held at the Alta Community Center for a buffet dinner, reception and dance. The couple honeymooned in Barcelo Maya Beach in Mexico.

The bride is a graduate of Albert City-Truesdale High School and Buena Vista University. She is a middle school reading, language arts, and TAG teacher in Orient-Macksburg School District. Nate is a graduate of Nodaway Valley High School and is employed by Adair County.

Nate, Tara and Brady are making their home in Greenfield.



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