Mitchell County

Evelyn Gulliver




Sworn in Tuesday afternoon in the navy recruiting office in Mason City was Miss Evelyn Gulliver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gulliver of Osage. C.R. Piker, Lt. D-V (s) USNR, administered the oath. Miss Gulliver who expects to be called to service March 21 has been a telephone operator at Osage. She was graduated from the Osage high school in 1938. Miss Gulliver has a nephew, Cpl. Donald Peterman, in the service.

Source: Globe-Gazette, Mason City IA - March 1, 1944

Osage -- Five Mitchell county girls had an interesting reunion recently in Chicago. Present were Yeoman Second Class Imogene Love, U.S. navy, member of Waves, who arrived home for a 14-day furlough Saturday at the parental John Love home; Evelyn Gulliver, special telegrapher third class, member of the communications division, U.S. navy, located at Great Lakes naval training center; Betty Samuels, Dixon, Ill., employed in a munitions factory; Geraldine Wright, St. Ansgar, nurse in Tennessee, who came on to her home for a vacation and Elaine Hudson registered nurse taking advance work in surgery at the Cook county hospital, Chicago. Yeoman Love has been in service for a year and a half and has been located at Washington, D.C. in the chief naval operations division.

Source: The Courier, Waterloo IA - June 17, 1945