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oct. 27, _1936.
1;» u. wERsHAY
MOUTHPÈECE FOR BOTTLES
Filed Feb. 4, 4.953
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` Patented Oct. 27, 1936
. 2,059,070
UNITED STATES ¥PA'I‘ENT oFFlcE
2,059,070
YMoU'rnrlEci«: Fon BOTTLES
Ivan .L Wershay, Cicero, lll.
Application Febrnary4, 19’33, Serial No. 655,275
2 Claims. (Cl. 215-100)
The present invention relates to an attachment
for bottles and more in particular to a mouth
piece adapted to be readily and easily applied to
while there is shown therein a preferred embodi
ment, itis to be understood that the same' is
susceptible of modification and change, and corn
_the mouth or neck of a bottle and thereby form
5 a sanitary _drinking device.
Among the objects of the present invention is
to provide a mouthpiece constructed .of sanitary
paper, fabric or other material which can be `
manufactured very cheaply and readily applied
prehends other details and constructions with
i0 to the mouth or neck of a bottle to permit a per
thereof.
son to drink the contents thereof without the .
lips touching the bottle. In the usual method
of dispensing soft drinks or other liquid sold in
the bottle for consumption at the place of sale,
15 it frequently happens that individual glasses or '
containers are not supplied and‘the purchaser
must drink directly fronr the bottle. Suchbottles
out departing from the spirit of the invention.
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Fig. 1 is a fragmentary view, part in front ele
vation and part in vertical cross section of the
novel mouthpiece as applied to a bottle.
Fig'. 2 is a fragmentary view in side elevation
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Fig. 3.is a plan view of the device.
Fig. 4 is a view similar to Fig. l but disclosing
an alternate construction.
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, Fig'. 5 is a view in _side elevation of the embodi
ment shown in Fig. 4.
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Fig. 6 is a view similar to Fig. 5 but showing a
further alternate construction. “
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are seldom sanitary and thus there is always
Fig. 'I is a fragmentary view part in side eleva
present the danger of the purchaser contracting
tion and part in vertical cross section of an em
20 a disease. The present invention will eliminate
this danger due to the fact that no part of the
neck or mouth of the bottle will be exposed to or
bodiment similar to Figs. 1, 2 and 3 as applied to 20
a milk bottle and provided with a flap or closure.
The present novel sanitary mouthpiece as em
in direct contact with the lips of the purchaser.
bodied in Figs. vl, 2 and 3, comprises a member I k
. Another object of the invention is the provision
25 of a mouthpiece which can be cheaply and readily
constructed of some liquid-proof or liquid-re- 4
ric or material suitable for the purpose. ^ Adja
be discarded, after it has been once used.' Due
cent one end thereof the member is crimped or
indented as at 2 to provide a shoulder or abut
ment 3,' and the end thereof is formed as an an
nular corrugation or bead 4 having its outer or 30
lower edge rolled'as at 5. The opposite end of the
member is formed with a slanted’ opening 6 pro
viding an outlet for the contents of the bottle.
to the extreme `cheapness of this construction,
the manufacturer or retailer need add no ad
3 O ditional chargefto his product.' - -
A still further object of the invention is the
provision of a mouthpiece constructed of liquid
proof or liquid-repellant material such as wax
paper or other treated vpaper or fabric which isv
35 substantially rigid and remains so during the
period that the .contents of the‘bottle are being
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pellant material such as wax paper, or other fab- 25
made, and which because o_f such cheapness can
said opening having a straight edge joined by a
curved edge. `Throughout a considerable portion 35
consumed.
Yet another object of the invention is the pro
bi its length the member tapers as at 1 whereby
to- provide a flat lip, the outer extremity of which
constitutes the straight edge of said opening 6.
vision of a novel drinking or dispensing~ mouth
The- edge formed by said ñap lip projects beyond
40 piece, and in the shape and contour thereof which the plane of the curved edge of the opening 6in 40
greatly facilitates drinking or pouring of- the such manner that> while the bottle is held in
contents of the bottle. If desired, the >novel drinking position, the said slanted opening will
mouthpiece may be provided with- advertising i provide clearance for the drinker’s lips, i. e. the
matter thereby adding to or enhancing the value ' fiat- side will contact with the lower lip of the
drinker and the curved edge will provide clear- 45
45 of the product to the manufacturer and/or re
The invention further resides inthe combi
nation, constructiony and arrangements ,of parts
anceV for his upper lip. yDue to this tapering, the
mouthpiece is shaped to ilt the mouth of the con
sumer and permits drinking in the same manner
as drinking from a glass, thus eliminating the
necessity of tilting the head back as is done when 50
drinking direct from a bottle.
When the mouthpiece is slipped over the bottle
8, the bead l will encompass the upper bead 9 on
the bottle and the shoulder 3 will abut the edge
55 illustrated in the accompanying drawing. and
I_0 of the neck of the bottle and thus limit and 55
tailer.,
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. Further objects o'f theinvention are to provide
a construction of maximum simplicity, eiliciency,
economy and ease of assembly and operation, and
50 such‘further objects, advantages and capabili
ties as will later more fully appear and are in
herently possessed thereby.
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position the mouthpiece in place. The attach
ment is very simple and readily accomplished;
In Figs. 4 and 5 is disclosed an alternate con
struction of mouthpiece II in which the'outlet or
opening 6° and tapered portion 'Ia is quite similar
to that disclosed in Fig.. 1, although the contour
I claim:
1; A sanitary mouthpiece for temporarily facil
itating drinking from a bottle which is provided
with a bead _contiguous to its mouth, said mouth
piece consisting of a tubular body of liquid
of the body portion >differs slightly over the
proof material having an open base at one end
prior form. In this embodiment, the lower end
provided with a crimped portion complemental
to said bead' for anchoring the mouthpiece in
place, said body having a slanted opening at the
of the member is crimped as at I2 and , this
10 crimped portion seats below the bead 9 on the
bottle.
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whereby to prevent its ready displacement.
In Fig. 7 is disclosed a form similar to that
shown in Fig. 1 as applicable for attachment to
a milk bottle I6 in which the member I'I is pro
25 vided with a crimped portion I8 'and at its one end
with a bead I9 having a 'rolled edge 20,*the >bead
being adapted to receive the bead or rim 2| on
the bottle. At its opposite end, the mouthpiece is
provided with a tapered lip 22 leading to a slanted
30 opening or outlet 23 adapted to be closed by a
ñap or closure 24. In this formtheoutlet is dis
posed opposlte to that in the remaining views to
permit easy pouring of the contents. It is to bel
understood that any of the structures shown
3.5 could be provided with such a closure if desired.
'I'his form would be extremely practical as a spout
and closure for milk bottles or other liquid con
tainers.
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From the above it will be clearly seen that the
40 invention comprises a novel andipractical con
struction of sanitary mouthpiece for bottles, one
which can be made very cheaply and easily ap
plied to various forms of bottles, and' which permits easy drinking from a bottle' without danger
of infection.
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other end' thereof, said opening having a straight
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In Fig. 6 is shown a further alternate construc
tionv in which the body of the member II is simi
lar to that disclosed in Fig. 4 with the exception
15 that it is provided with a double crimped por
tion as at I3, Il, with an intermediate bead I5
adapted to seat on the upper or lower bead oi'
the bottle where it is provided with a pair'of
beads. This form also provides additional con
20 tact area between the mouthpiece and bottle
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Having thus disclosed the invention,
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edge joined by a curved edge, one side of said
body being flat and tapered in such manner that
the outer extremity thereof constitutes the
straight edge of the opening and projects beyond 15
the curved edge thereof, said tapered side and the
edges of said opening being so constructed and
arranged that while the bottle is in drinking po
sition, the slanted opening in said mouthpiece
provides clearance for the lips of the drinker, 20
and the edge of said ilat side of the body will
contact with his lower lip.
2. A sanitary mouthpiece for temporarily fa-`
cilitating drinking from a bottle which is provided
with a bead contiguous to its mouth, said mouth 25
piece consisting-of a tubular body of liquid-proof
ñbrous material having an open base at one end
provided with a crimped portion complemental
to said base and anchoring the mouthpiece in
placersaid body being indented so as to overlie 30
the edge of the bottle mouth, said body also hav
ing a slanted outlet opening at the other end
thereof, said- opening having a straight edge
joined by a curved edge, one side of said body
being ilat and tapered in such manner that the 35
outer extremity thereof constitutes the straight
edge c! the opening and projects beyond the
curved edge of y said opening, said tapered side
and the edges of said opening being so constructed
and arranged that whilethe bottle is in drinking 40
position the slanted opening in said- mouthpiece
provides clearance for the lips ofthe drinker, and
the edge of said Aflat sideoi' the *body will contact
with his lower lip.
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IVAN J. WERSHAY.
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