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Feb. 23, 1937. $_ w|$NE$K| 2,072,017 CLOTHES HA NGER Filed June 12, ‘1934 v i WITNI'I: . v I 453024] WMea'ZJzl ‘ mwmyzazmyea ATTORNEYS 2,072,017 _ Patented Feb‘. 23, 1937 PATET ()FFICE NITED STATES 2,072,017 CLGTHEs HANGER Stanley Wisneski, Cloquet, Minn. Application June 12, 1934, Serial No. “430,331 1 Claim. (Cl. 24-237) 7 . tion for disposal laterally of the shank is a coil This invention relates to garment hangers, and its general object is to provide a hanger that can be connected and suspended from a suitable sup 1, that has itsinner ‘portion directed toward the shank to cooperate therewith for providing a porting means such as a clothes line, rod or the , within the arched portion, as shown in Figure 1. restricted passage between the same, to bind a rod, - 5 like without fear of the hanger being casuallyrre Formed on the coil is an arm 8 which extends at a downward inclination toward the shank and has a hook 9 on its lower end to be detachably received garment hanger that can be easily and expedi by the shank at the lower end of the latter. While I'have illustrated my hanger as being 10 tiously associated with and removed from -,a suitable securing means with very little effort. formed from a single strand of wire, it will be 10 Another object of the invention is to provide a obvious that the body portion may be formed moved or falling therefrom. ' ‘ A further object of the invention is to provide a garment hanger that is simple in construction, inexpensive to manufacture and extremely effi from wood'or like material and the suspending means from wire, with the suspending means se cured to the wooden body in any well known 15 This invention also consists in certain other manner, but in any ‘event the suspending means 15 features of construction and in thelc'ombination includes an arched or curved portion 6 to receive and arrangement of the several partstto be here a clothes line, supporting rod or the like as shown, and a coil portion such as 1 adds materially to the inafter fully described, illustrated in the ac companying drawing and speci?cally pointed out ' resilient qualities of the suspending means, so 20 as to not only set up a yieldable binding associa 20 in the appendedclaim. - . cient in use and service. In describing my invention in detail; reference _ tion of the suspending means with respect to a will be had to the accompanying drawing where rod, as shown and previously stated but also to in like characters denote like or corresponding hold the hook 9 in ?xed relation with respect to parts throughout the several views, and in ‘which: the shank, whereby casual removal of the hook 9 Figure 1 is a side view of the hanger which from the shank is practically impossible. 25 forms the subject matter of the present invention It is thought from the foregoing description that the advantages and novel features of my in applied to a clothes line. Figure 2 is a top plan view thereof. vention‘ will be readily apparent. I desire it to be understood that I may make 30 Figure 3 is an edge elevation. Figure 4 is a fragmentary side view of the changes in the construction and in the combina 30 hanger with the fastening means thereof arranged tion and arrangement of the several parts, pro vided that such changes fall within the scope of in open position. Referring to the drawing in detail,v it will be the appended claim. noted that I have illustrated my hanger as being ~What Iclaimis: 35 formed from a single strand of wire, and includes . ‘the usual garment receiving body that is provided with a horizontal portion l which has formed thereon converging side pieces 2 which merge into straight portions 3 at their upper ends, ‘as best A resilient wire supporting hook for a garment hanger, comprising a shank having its lower end secured to the hanger, and arched portion formed on the upper end of the shank to receive support- ,. ing means such as a rod for the hanger, a coil 40 The straight port-ions extend into vertical por-x formed on the arched portion and spaced later ally from the shank, said coil having its inner tions that are twisted upon themselves as at 4, and while one end of the strand terminates in portion extended toward the shank to cooperate the twisted portions, the remaining end portion extends upwardly therefrom to cooperate with the 45 twisted end portions to provide a shank 5 for the portion,- an arm having one end formed on the 40 shown in Figure l. hanger. e . The shank 5 extends into an arched portion 6 at its upper end, to receive supporting means for the hanger, such as a rod, pole or the like, 60 ‘and formed on the outer end of the arched por therewith for providing a restricted passage be tween the same to bind the rod within the arched coil and extending at a downward inclination toward the shank, and a hook on the lower end of the arm to be d'etachably received by the shank at the lower end 01' the latter. ' _ STANLEY wrsnnsm.