MIWMft^IfflA Davis of Rutland Wed; Will Reside in Gilmore Doyle Davis, son of Mr. and Mr*. R. A. Davis of Rutland, married Vivian Willlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R, Witlison ot Beresford, South Dakota, at 1 p. m. last Sunday, June 20. The ceremony look place In the F. R. Wllllson home, In Berestord. Bridesmaid was Miriam Willison, and best man was Lloyd Davis. Officiating was the Rev. W, S. Harper, minister of the Congregational church of Beresford. Cream lace over peach colored satin was worn by the bride. Her attendant wore white lace. The groom wore a suit of oxford gray, and the best man a navy blue suit. A two course luncheon was served at the Willlson home following the wedding. The bride and groom then left for- Gilmofe City, where) they will make their home. Out-of-town guests at the wed^ ding and luncheon included Keith Willison, Mrs. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Shower and their son, nil of Walnut Orove, Minnesota; Mra. A. N. Willlson and son Richard ot Argonne, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Will Radioff from Argonne, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Max Anderson of Hurnslde, Iowa; Kenneth Manch of Humboldt, nnd lona Davis of Rutland. Doyle Davis formerly lived in Rutland. He graduated from the high school there In 1!)33. His wife lived In Walnut Orove, Minnesota, at one time, and graduated from that high school In 1032.