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Патент USA US2111160

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March 15,1938.
Filed Jan. 25, 1957
Patented Mar. 15, 1938
Louise D. Weeks, Memphis, Tenn.
Application January 23, 1937, Serial No. 122,064
1 Claim. (01. 4-233)
This invention aims to provide a toilet seat
cover which may be manufactured at trifling ex
pense, the construction being such that a new
cover can be applied to the seat each time the
seat is used. Another object of the invention is
to provide novel means for preventing the gar~
ments of the user from coming into contact with
the hinges that carry the seat. Another object
of the invention is to provide novel means where
by when the protector that keeps the garments
of the user from coming into contact with the
hinge is turned up, one of the wings of the
cover will be held in place underneath the seat.
It is Within the province of the disclosure to
improve generally and to enhance the utility of
devices of that type to which the present inven
tion appertains.
With the foregoing and other objects in view,
which‘ will appear as the description proceeds,
20 the invention resides in the combination and ar
arrangement of parts and in the details of con
struction hereinafter described and claimed, it
being understood that changes may be made in
the precise embodiment of the invention herein
disclosed, within the scope of what is claimed,
without departing from the spirit of the inven
In the accompanying drawing:
Figure 1 shows in top plan, a device constructed
in accordance with the invention, mounted on a
toilet seat;
Figure 2 is a cross section on the line 2—-2 of
Figure 1;
Figure 3 is a longitudinal section on the line
3—3 of Figure 1;
Figure 4 is a perspective view showing the
turned up rear edge mentioned, and parts con
nected therewith.
The numeral l marks a toilet seat having a
‘10 hole 2. The lid 3 for the toilet seat is carried
by a hinge 4, which serves, also, as a mount
ing for the seat I.
The toilet seat cover forming the subject mat
ter of this application is made out of para?ined
paper, or any other suitable ?exible material, and
comprises an annular body 5 having an inner
underlying wing 6 and an outer underlying wing 5
‘l. The body 5 rests on the seat l, and the wings
{5 and ‘.1 extend underneath the seat, in a Way
which will be obvious when Figure 2 of the draw
ing is examined.
At its rear end, the body 5 of the cover has 10
an upstanding extension 8, there being ?anges
9 overlapped on the rear surface of the exten
sion, the ?anges being connected to the lateral
end edges of the extension and to the rear end
edges of the wing 'a'.
The construction is such that when the ex
tension 8 is turned up into the position delineated
in Figure 4 of the drawing, the flanges 9 will
aid in holding the wing in underlying relation
with respect to the seat I, so as to keep ‘the cover 20
in place and prevent it from moving about.
The hinge 4 rarely is kept clean, and if kept
clean, it is a place where the garments of the
user are likely to be engaged and torn.
wing 8, however, will prevent the garments of 25
the user from being engaged with the hinge 4
or coming into contact with the hinge.
The article may, of course, be folded up in
any desired way, and then be enclosed in an
envelope (not shown) for sale.
Having thus described the invention, what is
claimed is:
A toilet seat cover provided at its rear end
with an upstanding extension, the cover hav
ing an underlying wing, there being ?anges over- 35
lapped on the rear surface of the extension, the
flanges being connected to the lateral end edges
of the extension, and to the rear end edges of
the wing, whereby when the extension is turned
up, the ?anges will tend to hold the wing in 40
underlying position.
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