Los Angeles, July 7, 1935:
Henrietta Sumner and Beverly Dodge, both fliers, traveled by train to Oklahoma City from where they will attempt to set a new endurance flight record for women. This will be a 15 or 16 day flight .
Miss Sumner, who holds an unoffical upside down flying record for women at 1 hour 45 minutes, is a daughter of John Dodge, Detroit banker and member of the Dodge Automobile Company family, will be co-pilot.
The present women's endurance flight record of 239 hours and 30 minutes , set January 6, 1933 is held by Helen Richie and Frances Marsalis at Miami, Florida.