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June 14, 1938.
2,120,861
w. E. HASTINGS
SCREENED . SHELTER
Filed Jan. 22, 1936
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2,120,861
Patented June 14, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT ‘OFFICE-B -' '
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2,120,861
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SCREENED SHELTER
William E. Hastings, Jetmore, Kans.
Application January 22, 1936, Serial No. 60,331
1 Claim‘. (01. 20-2)
formed of wood or metal and the parts of ‘the
frame are removably connected together at their
of the‘knock-down type.
In this instance the shelter
An object of the invention is the provision of , ends, as shown at H.
is
made
rectangular.
Therefore, there will be
a plurality of frames provided with screen wire
two similarly formed end bars l2iand two simi- '
‘which may be readily assembled or disassembled
formed side bars l3.
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and packed in a neat bundle for transportation, larly
Each
bar,
as
shown
in
Fig.
4,
has an upstand
means being provided for supporting a canvas
ing ?ange I4, a seat Hi and an inclined portion
covering upon the top and sides of the assembled ~ I6 extending inwardly towards the interior of
This invention relates to a screened shelter
' frames.
Another object of the invention is the pro-l
. ‘ vision of a screened shelter of knock-down con;
‘ struction in which a plurality of framesvof sub
stantially the same size are secured to a base
frame along two sides and an end disposed in
15 a'vertical manner, means being employed for
removably connecting the side frames together
with certain of the edges of said frames being
complementarily grooved for forming a neat ?t
between said edges, the other end of the base
20 frame being supplied with hinged frames forming
the shelter so that the base frame provides a sub‘
stantial foundation for the structure.
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A plurality of side frames 20 and 2| are'sup
ported upon the seat l5 and the bottom‘ ‘bars
22 of these side frames are removably bolted, as
shown at 23, to the bars l3 of the base frame.“
A Wing nut 24 is threaded onto the bolt 23.
An end bar 25 of each of the frames 20 is rec
tangular in cross section, as shown in Fig. 3, and
is bolted at 26 to a side bar 21 of a front end
frame 28 with a butt joint.
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The other side bar 29 of the frame 20 is chan
a closure, top frames of ' substantially the same ‘
to provide a rib 30 and a groove 3| to re
dimensions as the side frames being removably neled
ceive a complementarily formed rib» 32 and a
secured to the upper ends of the side frames,
a support extending above the top frames which groove 33 of the side bar 34 of the frame 2|, and
this construction produces what is known as a
25 will retain the canvas covering in spaced rela . scarf joint. The other frame 2| is similarly con
tion with the top frames.
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structed along its side edge. The rear end frame
A further object of the invention is the pro
vision of a screened shelter of knock-down type
in which a plurality of frames of similar dimen
30 sions are rigidly secured together to provide the
20 is’ constructed similarly to the front end
frame 20.
Bolts 35 are received by passages in the side
bars 29 of the frame 2|] and the side bar 34 of the
side walls, an end wall and a top, certain of the
2| so that when the nuts 36 are screwed
top frames being bowed for reinforcing the-top, frame
up tight the corresponding ribs and grooves will
a raised support for a canvas covering being _
be neatly ?tted and prevent the passage of in
carried by the top.
sects at these points even if there should be
This invention will be best understood from a
some warping of the frame rails.
consideration of the following detailed descrip
The rear end of the shelter is closed by a plu
tion, in view of the accompanying drawing
rality
31, 38 and 39. The end frames
forming a part of the speci?cation; nevertheless, 31 andof39frames
are constructed similarly to the end
it is to be understood that the invention is not
frames 20 of the side walls while the intermedi 40
40 con?ned to the disclosure, being susceptible of
ate frame 38 is identical in construction with the
such changes and modi?cations as de?ne no ma
intermediate
frame 2| of the side wall so that
terial departure from the salient features of the
the inner bars 40 and 4| of the end frames 31
invention as expressed in the appended claim;
and 39 and the side bars 42 of the intermediatev
In the drawing:
frame
38 have complementarily formed ribs and
Figure 1 is a View in perspective of a screen
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grooves adapted to neatly inter?t and bolts, as
shelter constructed in accordance with the prin
ciples of my invention,
Figure 2 is afragmentary transverse vertical
section taken along the line 2—2 of Figure 1,
Figure 3 is a fragmentary horizontal section
taken along the line 3-—3 of Figure 1, and
Figure 4 is a fragmentary vertical section taken
along the line 4-4 of Figure 1.
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Referring more particularly to the drawing, I0
55 designates generally a base frame which may be
has been previously explained, are employed for
drawing the adjacent side bars up right against
each other.
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The front end of the shelter has a pair of
vertical end frames 28 and 28a. The outer side
bars of these two frames, as has been previously
explained, are rectangular in cross section. The
door frame 45 is hingedly connected at 46 to the
inner side bar 41 of the front frame 28“. This 5
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door is grooved along its free edge as shown at
48 to receive a complementarily formed grooved
portion on the inner bar 49 of the front frame 28.
The lower bars 50 of the front frames are
bolted to the bar |2 of the base frame It].
A pair of top frames, generally designated by
the numerals 5| and 52, have their end bars 53
bolted as shown at 54 to the top bars of the
side frames 20.
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15
The outer side bar 56 of the rear top frame
52 is bolted, as shown at 51, to the top bars of the
end frames 31, 38, and 39. A front top frame 5|
has its outer side bar 60 secured to the top bars
of the front frames 28 and 28a.
The intermediate top frames, generally desig
nated by the numerals 6| and 62 have their side
bars 63 either bowed or these side bars are formed
of a wider strip of wood and sheared off from the
central point towards the ends thereof. It will
be noted that all of the frames are provided with
screen wire'and the frames have countersunk por
.tions along their inner edges to receive the screen
wire or the screen wire may be tacked upon the
outer surface and the securing means for the
screen wire covered by heading as indicated at
65. In view of the particular construction of the
intermediate top frames 6| and 62, the screen
wire is tacked upon the outer surfaces of the
bars 63 so that the screen wire will be inclined
at an angle towards the side walls of the shelter
and form an intermediate portion of'the top
frames 6| and 62. The particular construction
of these frames provides for reinforcement of
the top.
‘ The frames 5|, 52, Gland 62 are all removably
connected together by bolts and the intermediate
frames GI and 62 have their end bars bolted to
the top bars of the side frame 2|, as shown at 69.
A ridge pole 10 is raised above the top of the
shelter by means of standards 1| which are bolted, 5
as shown at 12, to the outer side bars of the top‘
frames 5| and 52. These bolts at the rear of thei
shelter also pass through the top bars of the
intermediate frame 38.
An intermediate standard 15 is mounted upon 10
the two adjacently. connected bars 63 of the inter
mediate top frames 6| and 62 and the top of this
standard is cut so that it will be neatly received
by the angular portion of these frames.
A pin 16 is carried either by the ridge pole 10 15
or the standards ‘H and 15 for aiding in retaining
the ridge pole on the standards.
A-canvas top covering 80 is stretched over the
ridge pole and has its free ends 8| overhanging
the side walls of the shelter.
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If desired a canvas covering may be supported
upon the side and front walls of the shelter and
provision may be made for rolling the canvas
to an inoperative position near the upper ends
of the walls when the canvas covering is not de- 25
sired or required.
I claim:
In a screened shelter, an assemblage of upright
screen frames, and a roof for said assemblage
comprising top screen frames, at least one of the 30
centrally located top frames being bowed up
wardly to act as a truss and prevent the top
frames from sagging downward.
WILLIAM E. HASTINGS.
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