Mrs. Humphrey was the beneficiary in an insurance policy taken out by her husband on his own life. He assigned this policy to her at a time when it was pledged to the insurance company for loans slightly in excess of the cash surrender value. Mr. Humphrey died after Mrs. Humphrey had filed her voluntary petition in bankruptcy. Held, the policy is not an asset of the bankrupt estate, but belongs to Mrs. Humphrey rather than the trustee. Curtis v. Humphrey, (C. C. A. 5th, 1935) 78 F. (2d) 73.