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6. e. GLASMANN
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HEAT RESISTING APRON FOR BEAUTY PARLORS
Filed March 9, 1937
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Patented Apr. 19, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT QFFIQE.
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HEAT
RESISTING APRON
PARLORS
FOR' BEAUTY
Georgia G. Glasmann, Washington, D. 0.
Application March 9, 1937, Serial No. 129,909
5 Claims.
This invention relates to aprons especially
adapted for use by beauty parlors and similar
establishments and has for the primary object
the provision of a device of this character which
5 may be easily and quickly applied and removed
from a person and when worn will protect the
person from heat; also aliord protection to the
person’s garment against soiling.
Another object of the invention is the provi
10 sion of a device of the above stated character
which may be manufactured and» sold at a low
cost and is so constructed as to provide a remov->
able outer covering which when soiled may be
removed and laundered with ease and at a nom
l5~ inal cost.
With these and other objects in View, this in
vention consists in certain novel features of con
struction, combination and arrangement of parts
to be hereinafter more fully described and
20 claimed.
For a complete understanding of my inven
tion, reference is to be had to the following de
scription and accompanying drawings, in which
Figure 1 isa view illustrating an apron ap
25 plied to a person and constructed in accordance
with my invention.
Figure 2 is a plan view partly in section illus
trating the apron.
Figure 3 is a sectional view taken on the line
30 3—3 of Figure 2.
Figure 4 is a plan view illustrating a heat re
sisting strip to be employed in the collar of the
apron.
Figure 5 is a plan view of a strip used in mak
35 ing a cover for the heat resisting strip shown
in Figure 4.
Figure 6 is a plan view illustrating the heat
resisting strip with the cover applied thereto.
Figure '7 is a sectional view taken on the line
40 ‘l-a‘l of Figure 6.
Figure 8 is a plan view illustrating the collar
of the apron with the heat resisting strip located
therein.
Referring in detail to the drawings, the nu
(Cl. 2-46)
easily applied and removed from a person. The
slit extends into the neck portion rendering the
latter open so that a person’s neck can easily
pass into the neck portion by way of the slit in
the back portion D. The apron when applied.
to a person covers the shoulders, tightly encir
cles the neck and extends, downwardly over the
front and back of a person to a point below the
waistline, as shown in Figure 1. The shoulder
portions A project well beyond the shoulders of 10
the person. The apron thus constructed affords
maximum protection to the garment of the
person preventing the latter from soiling and
also will prevent hair from passing down about
the neck and into the person’s garment as when 15
having the hair trimmed or cut.
The apron- I further consists of an outer cover
2 made in envelope formation consisting of
spaced walls stitched together along certain
edges thereof while certain edges are non
stitched providing an opening 4 in the cover.
Separable fasteners 5 are provided for closing
the opening 4. The cover 2 is constructed of
a suitable fabric which may be easily laundered
and which will present a pleasing appearance.
A sheet of heat resisting material 6 is shaped
in accordance with the shape of the apron and
has a fabric covering 1. The heat resisting
material 6 with its covering 1 is placed within
the cover 2 of the apron by way of the opening 30
4, thereby rendering the apron heat resisting
and when it is desired to launder the apron or
the cover 2 thereof, the heat resisting sheet 6
and its covering 1 is removed.
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Secured to the neck portion B of the apron is 35
a collar 8. The sheet 6 and its covering 1 are
detachably secured to the neck portion of the
cover by separable fasteners 9 to prevent the
sheet 6 from sagging away from the neck of the
wearer or otherwise becoming disarranged in the
cover. Forming a part of the collar 8 are neck
encircling and. tying straps H]. The neck en
circling and tying straps lll are joined to the
ends of the collar and the collar adjacent one
45 meral I indicates in entirety an apron to be used
end has a slot l I through which one of the neck
in beauty parlors or like establishments for pro
tecting a person from heat while the hair is be
ing waved or otherwise treated by heat or when
cosmetics are applied to the person’s face to
encircling and tying straps may be passed and
the straps are then brought about the collar
50 prevent such cosmetics from contacting and
soiling the garment Worn by the person. The
apron includes shoulder portions A, a neck por
tion B, a front portion C and a back portion D.
The back portion D is slit from its free edge to
55 the neck portion B so that the apron may be
and tied in the front of the person, as shown
in Figure 1. The straps I 0 thus applied permit
the collar 8 to be drawn tightly about the neck
of a person to prevent air from entering in the
collar in the neck. The collar 8 and straps H]
are constructed of any suitable fabric and the
collar 8 has located therein a heat resisting strip
l2. A suitable fabric covering i3 is placed over
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the strip l2 prior to placing the latter in the
collar 8. The fabric covering I3 is in strip for
mation, as shown in Figure 5 and placed over
the heat resisting strip l2 and stitched as indi
cated by the dotted lines in Figure 6 to com
pletely encase the heat resisting strip l2. The
strip l2 and its covering I3 is then placed in
the collar and stitched thereto. It is to be
understood that the collar is of double wall for
10 mation so that the heat resisting strip 12 and its
covering l3 can be placed therein.
An apron of the character described and shown
in the drawings will a?ord a maximum protection
to the wearer and will be heat resisting and the
15 cover constituting a part of the apron can have the
heat resisting sheet removed therefrom so that
said cover may be laundered easily and quickly
and at a nominal cost.
Having described the invention, I claim:
1. An apron comprising a cover of envelope
formation and having a slit along one edge there
of and including shoulder portions, a neck por
tion and front and back portions, a heat resisting
strip shaped in accordance with the cover and
25 positioned therein by way of said slit, separable
fasteners for closing the slit of the cover, and a
covering encasing the heat resisting strip.
2. An apron comprising a cover of envelope
formation and having a slit along one edge there
30 of and including shoulder portions, a neck portion
and front and back portions, a heat resisting strip
shaped in accordance with the cover and posi
tioned therein by way of said slit, separable
fasteners for closing the slit of the cover, a cover
ing encasing the heat resisting strip, and a col
lar secured to the neck portion and including
neck encircling and tying straps and having a slot
adjacent one end through which one of the straps
may be passed to draw the collar tightly about a
40 person’s neck.
3. An apron comprising a cover of envelope
formation and having a slit along one edge there
of and including shoulder portions, a neck por
tion and front and back portions, a reat resisting
strip shaped in accordance with the cover and 5
positioned therein by way of said slit, separable
fasteners for closing the slit of the cover, a cover
ing encasing the heat resisting strip, a collar se~
cured to the neck portion and including neck en
circling and tying straps and having a slot ad 10
jacent one end through which one of the straps
may be passed to draw the collar tightly about a
person’s neck, and a heat resisting strip located
in said collar.
4. An apron comprising a cover of envelope 15
formation and having a slit along one edge there
of and including shoulder portions, a neck por
tion and front and back portions, a heat resisting
strip shaped in accordance with the cover and
positioned therein by Way of said slit, separable 20
fasteners for closing the slit of the cover, a cover
ing encasing the heat resisting strip, a collar se
cured to the neck portion and including neck
encircling and tying straps and having a slot ad
jacent one end through which one of the straps 25
may be passed to draw the collar tightly about a
person’s neck, a heat resisting strip located in
said collar, and a covering for the last-named
heat resisting strip and being stitched onto the 30
collar.
5. An apron comprising a cover of envelope
formation and having a slit along one edge there
of and including shoulder portions, a neck portion
and front and back portions, a heat resisting strip 35
shaped in accordance with the cover and posi
tioned therein by way of said slit, and separable
fasteners for closing the slit of the cover.
GEORGIA G. GLASMANN.
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