Object ID: WV0383.4.011
Description: V-Mail to Jean Holdridge Reeves' father expressing her support of their move from Iowa to Ohio. She also mentions forming a singing group and her other recent activities.
Creator: Jean Holdridge Reeves
Biographical Info: Jean Holdridge Reeves (b. 1920) of Marion, Ohio, served in the Pacific as a member of the Red Cross from 1944 to 1946.
Collection: Jean Holdridge Reeves Papers
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Full Text: Dearest Daddy,
When this arrives you will undoubtedly be sweating it out by yourself in Atlantic. I am very glad that you have decided to move to Ohio because I’m sure you’re all be much happier. It must have been a hard decision to move I’m hoping you’ll never be sorry for it. Now I think of your being settled for keeps and once again being to call Ohio home.
I am now waiting transportation to go to the hospital to see one of our girls and a P.O. friend of mine. Much keep in good or we get no mail. Penny has been in for a week now and the two of us run the club.
We got one of the hospital ARC girls to sing with us and now have a trio, singing “Don’t Fence Me In”, “Don’t Sweet heart me" and “Cuddle up a little closer”. Have radio talent shows from the club each Thurs. and we’re going to join in.
Hope you are fine and all the office—my regard to love especially.