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May 17, 1938'.
Filed Feb. 24, 1936
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[Wald ?fa?wara,
Patented May 17, 1938
Ewald Johnson, Detroit, Mich.
, Application February 24, 1936, Serial No. 65,50’?
1 Claim.
(Cl. 46—156)
This invention relates to dolls, and its general
object is to provide a doll that is constructed es
sentially from household articles, such as a dish
mop, towel, wash cloths and pot holders, ar
the strip or reinforcing member i, the body for
the doll and the roll formed by the towel is rela
tively ?at, with a wash cloth 8 wrapped about
the same to simulate a skirt.
The towel and
wash cloth are held in roll formation by ordi
nary pins or other like securing means.
dle and other suitable reinforcing and support
Inserted in the roll to be received between the
ing means, the latter including a head portion
having facial features printed or otherwise strip I and the inner fold of the towel l is the
handle 9 of a dish mop of the usual construc
formed thereon to provide a face for the doll.
A further object of the invention is to provide tion, in that the head [0 thereof is made up of a
what may be termed a utility doll, in that the
for the doll, the head l0 being disposed to the
articles used- in constructing the same can be
employed in their usual capacity, when removed, _ rear of the oval shape portion, with the cords
draped about the upper and side edges thereof,
as they are not damaged or reconstructed in any
as clearly shown in Figure l. The handle 9 co
15 manner in assembling and disassembling the
operates with the strip l in reinforcing the doll,
5 ranged in a fanciful manner about the mop han
Another object of the invention is to provide
a doll of the character set forth, that is neat in
appearance, easy and inexpensive to manufac
20 ture and extremely efficient in use and service.
This invention also consists in certain other
features of construction and in the combination
and arrangement of the several parts, to be here
inafter fully described, illustrated in the accom
panying drawing and speci?cally pointed out
in, the appended claim.
In describing my invention in detail, reference
will be had to the accompanying drawing where-‘
in like characters denote like or corresponding
30 parts throughout the several views, and in which:
Figure l is a front elevation of a doll construct
ed in accordance with the present invention.
Figure 2- is a sectional view taken approximate
ly on line 2-2 of Figure 1, looking in‘the direction
10 U! of the arrows.‘
Figure 3 is a fragmentary View illustrating
the reinforcing and fastening means.
t Figure 4 is a sectional view taken on the line
6.-4 of Fig. l.
' Referring to the drawing in detail, the refer
ence numeral l indicates a reinforcing member
that is preferably formed from flat relatively stiff
material and is shown as being an elongated rec
tangular strip of cardboard having a reduced up
he 01 per end 2 to provide a neck portion 3 which has
formed thereon a substantially oval shape portion
4 which has painted or otherwise formed on one
face thereof facial features, including eyes, a
nose, mouth and a chin.
Secured to the rear
CH 0 face of the oval shape portion 4 through the
instrumentality of a piece of adhesive material
5 is a pin 6 formed from bendable material for
a purpose which will be presently apparent.
Wrapped about ‘the reinforcing member I in
55 rolled formation is a towel ‘I that provides with.
as will be apparent.
Draped about the neck portion 3 in a manner
to be disposed over the upper end of the body
is a wash cloth II, that is folded substantially in
half with the fold extending through opposed cor
ners in order to simulate a cape, and the confront
ing edges of the cloth at the front of the doll are
preferably stitched or otherwise secured together
as at l2. The wash cloth H may be ?xed to‘ the
towel portion of the body by pins or the like,
and the lower apex end of the front portion of
the wash cloth is preferably tucked up and un
der the remaining portion thereof as at l3, as
shown in Figure 2. The wash cloth i I complete
ly covers the upper end of the towel l, and it will
be obvious that the upper end provides the shoul
ders for the doll.
I also employ two pot holders, one of which
is indicated by the reference numeral ill and 35
simulates an apron, while the other is numbered
l5 and is draped about the head Hi, to simulate a
hat. The pot holders are preferably of substan
tially triangular formation, as shown, and have
a reinforced opening E6 in the apex end thereof, 40
whereby they may be hung from suitable support
ing means, when removed, in disassembling the
(1011. The pin 6 may be bent rearwardly about the
handle 9 to fasten the strip thereto and thence
directed laterally in opposed directions to receive 45
the side portions of the pot holder 15 for securing
the same about the head l0, and the apex portion
of the pot holder l5 extends downwardly over
the upper end of the front face of the oval shape
portion as best shown in Figure 1.
The pot holder I4 has its apex portion tucked
under the folded or tucked up portion l3 of the
wash cloth II and is held accordingly by pins or
the like.
From the above description and disclosure of
the drawing, it will be obvious that I have pro
vided a doll of pleasing appearance, that includes
household articles of the type set forth, rolled,
draped and fastened in the manner referred to,
head extending upwardly of the neck, said head
so that they can be readily removed when it is
desired to utilize the same in their usual capacity,
head, a dish mop having a handle and a swab,
said handle engaging against strip and said
and of course after use, they can be cleaned,
washed and dried, and again used in the make
up of the doll.
It is thought from the foregoing description
that the advantages and novel features of my in
vention will be readily apparent.
I desire it to be understood that I may make
changes in the construction and in the combina
tion and arrangement of the several parts, pro
vided that such changes fall within the scope
of the appended claim.
What I claim is:
A doll comprising an elongated ?at strip, a.
reduced neck at one end of the strip, a rounded
having facial features disposed on one side there
of, a laterally extending pin adjacent the lower
end of the head, means securing said pin to said
swab extending upwardly and being draped about
said head, a towel wrapped spirally about said
strip and said handle and forming the body and
the shoulders. at the upper end of said strip, a 10
washcloth draped about the upper end of the
towel to simulate a cape, a pot holder secured to
and depending from the wash cloth to simulate an
apron, and a second pot holder engaging about
said swab and said head, said pin having the end 15
portions thereof projecting through said second
pot holder and bent rearwardly to snugly draw
the swab and the second pot holder about said
, neck,
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