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Henry Ford, II, Takes a Bride
Henry Ford, II, son of Edsel Ford and grandson of the pioneer Detroit automobile manufacturer, and his bride, the former Anne McDonnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. McDonnell of New York, leaving the Church of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary just after their marriage at Southampton, N. Y. Star StafI Photo. Henry Ford, grandfather of the bridegroom, turns off a lively step with the bride as guests danced at the brilliant wedding reception at the Mc Donnell's Southampton estate. A studio portrait of the bride of Henry Ford, II, the former Miss Anne McDon nell, in her bridal gown. Photo by Jay Te Winburn from A. P. The great American public gets a peek. At least a small segment of it is getting under the church canopy there to see Henry Ford, II, and his bride as they leave the church. a. p. and wide world Photos. The Derby Winner and His Sweep to Victory Victories like the one in thot movie strip below bring smiles like the one tossed at you by 15-year-old Bill Jennings (left), the 1940 Soap Box Derby champion of Washington. Bill is floshing the smile o moment after he flashed across the finish line a scant winner in the title race over 12-year-old Billy Warner. Twenty thousand roaring derby fans, grown-ups thick among , the youngsters, watched Bill whizz to victory down the 1,000-foot course on i Pennsylvania avenue S.E. And so Bill and his racer "Stuff," best of the 200 I entrants, will compete in the National Derby at Akron, Ohio. ft Star Staff Movie by Mueller.