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May'lO, 1938.
Filed Feb. 4, 1935
2,1 17,005
Patented May 10, 1938
Rose Krantz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application February 4, 1935, Serial No. 4,804
2 Claims.
This invention relates to means for securing
catamenial sacks to the person.
Various methods have been utilized in connec
tion with the wearing of catamenial sacks such as
special belts or tabs sewed or pinned to belts,
girdles, corsets and the like. In addition, to the
comfort of the wearer the question of sanitation
and cleanliness must be considered.
One of the objects of this invention is to pro
vide means for securing a catamenial sack Where
by the wearer will be discommoded as little as
Another object of the invention is to provide a
sanitary method of attachment of the catamenial
A further object of the invention is to provide
a securing means for the catamenial sack which
will be adjustable and adjust itself to the body
of the wearer.
A still further object of the invention is to pro
utilizing stirrup 2 in place of fabric not only is
there a neater appearance, but also the stirrup
does not become impregnated and soiled as would
an ordinary fabric tab. In addition, where the
sack or cloth is pinned directly to a corset or
fabric tab the thickness of fabric that must be
penetrated by the attaching pin is the frequent
cause of pricking the linger of the applier with
the applying safety pin and also causes tearing
and unravelling of the fabric. Safety pin 5 is
used to attach the device to corset or girdle I2.
The applying safety pins I0 are carried by a
baby ribbon loop II sewed to strip or loop I for
the convenience of the wearer.
'I‘he device is adaptable for use both at day or
night since they may be transferred to the belt
at night time and in the daytime used in connec
tion with the same belt or with a girdle, corset
or the like as indicated by Figure 1. The elastic
strip I adapts the device to the movement of the
vide an attachment means for catamenial sacks
wearer while the individual may secure it to the "
which permits the replacement of the sacks with
out the danger of prícking one’s finger with the
securing safety pins or tearing of the sack by the
corset or girdle for her particular comfort.
It will thus be seen that I have invented a
catamenial sack securing means which is rela
tively cheap to manufacture, which‘is easy to
apply, which is adjustable to the movement of the
Figure 1 is a view in elevation of a device em- ` wearer, which is not discernible when worn, which
bodying the principles of my invention attached is more sanitary and does not become impreg
to a corset or girdle.
What I claim is:
Figure 2 shows the device in use in connection
l. A device for securing a catamenial sack in
with an elastic belt.
Figure 3 is a side view along the line 3, 3, of place, comprising a stirrup having a transverse
Figure 1, looking in the direction of the arrows. slot and a fabric-receiving opening in which the
In carrying out my invention, I provide a strap end of the fabric is adapted to be bunched, a
I which is preferably made in the form. of a loop. plurality of the walls of the fabric-receiving
At the bottom of the loop a stirrup 2 is secured, opening converging toward each other to pinch
a line of stitching 3 preventing the stirrup from a portion of the fabric and a single dependent
moving with respect to the loop.` Adjacent the member having its lower end looped through the
upper portion of the loopy or strip I, I have a line transverse opening of the stirrup and having its
of stitching lI. Above the line of stitching the upper end secured to an article of dress.
2. A device for securing a catamenial sack in
ends of the loop are secured to a safety pin 5
which has one arm bent in a U-forrn 6 With a place, comprising a stirrup having a transverse
cross piece 'I closing the mouth of the U. The slot and a fabric~receiving opening in which the
ends of the loop I are threaded around ‘I and end of the fabricI is adapted to be hunched, a plu
through 6 of the safety pin 5 and are then rality of the walls of the fabric-receiving opening 45
converging toward each other to pinch a portion
stitched to secure same. The loop portion 8 be
tween the stitchings provides a ‘space for the belt of the fabric and a single dependent member
9 to be passed through as shown in Figure 2. having its lower end looped through the trans
The stirrup` 2 is preferablymade of a light weight verse opening and supported at its upper end by
composition such as Celluloid, rubber, etc. The a safety pin having one of its legs bent to space
outside is rounded for the comfort of the wearer it from the other leg, one end of the dependent
While the inside opening is of triangular shape member being looped over the spaced leg of the
to prevent movement of the looped over and safety pin, and a captive safety pin.
pinned ends of the catamenial sack. The stirrup
2 is made from a flat sheet of composition. By
usual saw-tooth securing clamps.
Referring to the drawing:
(Cl. 24-73)
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