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071.26, 1937.
Original Filed Dec. 28, 1934
' WA
Patented Oct. 26, 1937
UNITED sraras
Frederick Hille, Los Angeles, Calif.
Application December 28, 1934, Serial No. 759,514
Renewed March 2, 1937
2 Claims. (Cl. 223-95)
This invention relates to garment hangers and ration of them from the bar.
is an improvement over the construction -disclosed
Disposed within each tube I4 is an expansion
in my prior United States Patent No. 1,922,161 coil spring I8 the oppositel ends of which engage
issued August 15, 1933.
.respectively the closed ends I5 of said tubes and
The hanger of the above construction comprised the end faces of the straight portion I3 of the bar. 5
a rigid supporting bar, a pair of tubular members
slidably mounted thereon having upward turned
ends adapted to be inserted in the waist band of a
garment and springs associated therewith nor
10 mally urging them outwardly on said supporting
bar into engagement with the waist band of the
While the hanger very effectively served its
intended purpose (and was adjustable to a certain
15 degree) it was found necessary to make them in
different sizes in order to support all size gar
It is therefore the object of the present inven
tion to provide a garment hanger of the character
20 referred to so constructed that it may be easily
and quickly adjusted to the waist band of prac
are tubular members 20 having upwardly turned .
ends 2| that are adapted to engage inside of the
Waist band of a garment not shown.
The present invention resides more specifically
in means for adjusting members 20 on the
tubes I4 and retaining them in adjusted position
whereby the distance between the upwardly
Other objects and advantages will be apparent
from the following description, reference being
register with single slots 23 formed in the mem
bers 20 adjacent their inner ends.
had to the accompanying drawing in which:
Fig. 1 is a side elevation of the improved gar
are leaf springs 25 the free ends 26 of which nor
ment hanger.
Fig. 2 is a top view of the hanger taken in the
direction indicated by the arrow 2 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a bottom view taken in the direction in
dicated by the arrow 3 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is a longitudinal section taken on line
35 4-4`of Fig. 2.
Fig. 5 is a detail section, lines 5_5 of Figs. 1
and 4.
Fig. 6 is a similar View to Fig. 5 but showing the
mounted therein, outward movement of said
tubes being limited by engagement of pins I1
with the ends of the slots I5.
Slidably and adjuêtably mounted on tubes I4
different sizes.
tically all size garments, thereby eliminating the
Springs I8 normally urge the tubes outwardly
on the bar and are partly under compression when
turned ends ZI may be varied according to open
_ing of the waist band of the garment to which the
hanger is to be applied, arranged as follows:
Formed in the upper side of tubes I4 is a plu
rality of evenly spaced cross slots designated at
22 that are adapted to be selectivelyV brought into
necessity of supplying them to the trade in
spring latch in disengaged position.
Referring more specifically to the drawing I0
designates the supporting bar or member of the
improved hanger which is preferably formed of
round wire stock of suñiciently large diameter to
render the same rigid.
Formed in bar I0 midway of its ends is an
arched portion II and secured thereto is a hook
I2 for supporting the hanger, in the usual manner.
straight portions I3 of the bar are tubes I 4 having
closed outer ends I5 and formed in the underside
of said tubes are elongated slots I6 that receive
pins or keys Il projecting from the bars adjacent
each end thereof.
Pins il serve to hold tubes I4 against rotation
on the straight portions I3 also to prevent sepa
Secured to members 20 >by'rivets or'the like 24
mally extend through the slots formed in said
members and tubes.
By turning the members 20 in relation to the
tubes i. e. about one-half turn as shown in Fig. 6
the free ends of the springs will be moved out of
register with the slots in the tubes thereby per
mitting members to be moved longitudinally
thereon whereby vthe springs may be selectively
brought into engagement with any of the slots
in the tubes thereby increasing or diminishing the
distances between the upturned'ends 2| for the
purpose above referred to.
I claim;
1. A hanger of the character described compris
ing a supporting bar, tubes having a plurality of
cross slots formed therein slidably mounted on
each end of said supporting bar, springs normally 45
urging said tubes outwardly on said bar, tubular
members slidably mounted on said tubes each
having a slot therein adapted to be selectively
brought into register with the slots in said tubes,
and leaf springs secured to said tubular members f
and arranged to extend through the slots formed
therein and the slots in the tubes whereby said
tubular members may be adjusted longitudinally
on said tubes and retained in adjusted position
faces thereof Iyíng ín a plane tangentially to the »v
2. A hanger of the character described com
prising a supporting bar, tubes having outer closed
ends and longitudinal slots therein slidably
slidably and rotatably mounted on said tubes and
mounted on each end of said supporting bar,
having crosswise slots therein, and leaf springs
expansion coil springs disposed in said tubes and
normally urging them outwardly, pins secured
to said supporting bar and projecting into the
longitudinal slots in said tubes for preventing
secured at one end to said tubular members and 5
rotation of and limiting outward movement of
the same thereon, said tubes having a plurality
of crosswise slots formed therein with the bottom
justed longitudinally on said tubes.
outer face of said supporting bar,tubular members '
having ñattened free ends normally extending
through the slots therein and the slots in said
tubes whereby said tubular members may be ad
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