Hosted by Olivia DeHavilund. She reads greetings from the mailbag. Bob Crosby takes over with his orchestra and sings, Love Love Love.
Olivia helps to present a sound from back home, an alarm clock going offf at 10AM, then being smashed. She reads more letters from the soldiers with the crazy nicknames, then introduces Ida James who sings, Knock Me a Kiss.
Olivia calls on the Navy’s newest recruit, Dennis Day. He dreams about having his own radio show after the war. He does various impersonations including the Old Timer, Jerry Colona, and even of Adolph Hitler. Then Dennis sings, Dear Old Donagal.
Bob Crosby announces his latest addition to the Crosby clan and the birth of his latest boy. Bob and the Bobcats play, Dark Town Strutters Ball.
Ella May Morse is up next to sing, Milkman Keep those Bottles Quiet. Olivia reads more from the mail bag, and due to requests the Merrymacks are next and sing, Sing Me a Song of Texas.
Bob Crosby is back for a Dixieland parade with, the South Rampart Street Parade. Olivia signs off with a parting word for the troops.