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June 14,1938.
F. H. FIÑDONQJR ‘I
HANGER
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Filéçi Aug. ~9, 1937
Frede/‘mcy H. fpgndon, Jr
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Patented June 14, 19138
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À UNITED STATES‘PATENT OFFICE .,
Frederick Harry Finden,
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Jr., Freeport, Pa., as
signor of one-fourth to George L. Ralston and
one-fourth to Elmer E. Malcolm, both of Free
port, VPa.
l Application August’tl, 1937, Serial No. 158,221
1 Claim. (Cl. 248-259)
This invention relatesA -to hangers and more
particularly to adjustable combined shade and
curtain
hangers.
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One of the principal objects of my invention
is to provide a hanger >equipped ywith means
whereby the same 'may be adjusted to flt various
sizes of window frames and to accommodate dif ~
ferent sizesof shade rollers.
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Another object of my invention is the provision
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of a device of the above described character which
is easily adjustable to window framesof various
sizes,` simple in installation and inexpensive ‘to
manufacture.
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Other objects and advantages will be apparent
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and annexed drawing,
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Referring to the drawing wherein like reference
vcharacters designate like parts throughout the
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several views:
bers.
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Fig. 4 is a perspective viewof one end of a cur
tain rod adapted to be attached to the supporting
members.
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From the foregoing, it will be apparent that by
adjusting the folds I3 of the members I2 within
the folds 8 of the members 5 a variation in the
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Fig. 3 is a detail perspective view of one of the
adjustable curtain and shade supporting mem
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in‘the ordinary manner.
distance between the outer ends of the members
l2 may be obtained in order to accommodate 10
shade
rollers of different sizes and to fit window
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frames of different widths.
It is- to be distinctly understood that various
changes and modifications in construction and>
arrangement of parts may be resorted to without 15,>
departing from the` spirit of the invention or
scope of the appended claim.
Having described my invention, what I claim
Fig. 1 is a top»` plan view of my invention.
20' Fig. 2 is a detail perspectiveview of one of the
frame members.
terminations of the foldsl I3; the members I2 are
formed with shade roller bearings comprising
cutout .portions I9 bent at right angles for oper
ably supporting therebetween .a shade roller 20
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In teaching my invention, I employ a' pair of
frame
members 5 adapted to be attached in
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spaced relation'to a window frame 6 by means of
A combined shade and curtain hanger, com
prising, frame members adapted to be secured to
a window frame and formed with longitudinally
extending folds, and support members each hav~ `
ing inner end sections fashioned with longitudi
nally extending folds slida'ble within said first 25
mentioned folds and frictionally engaging the »
latter to maintain said support members in ad
justed position relative to said frame members
and oppositely disposed outer end sections ter
minating in right angularly disposed offset ends 30
provided
with
vertically
extending
tongues
suitable screws 1 or the like. Each of the frame -adapted for insertion Within slotted ends of a
members v is fashioned with upper and lower
folds 3 and with elongated sections forming oppo
35 sitely disposed flanges 9 on the outer ends.I
Each of the flanges 9 is apertured, as at I0,
to receive >therethrough the securing Screws l.
A similar opening I I is formed adjacent the oppo
site end for the reception of a likejscrew there
40 through. Eachof the members 5` receives, be
‘ tween the folds 8', a curtain and'shade support
ing member I2.
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curtaînrod whereby to support said rod across
the front of said members, said support members
fashioned intermediate of said respective sections 35
with right angularly disposed portions forming
shade roller bearings‘whereby to support a shade'
roller and shade across the front face of said
frame members between the latter and said rod,
said frame members formed at the ends adjacentA 40
said bearings with laterally extending flanges for
attaching said frame membersto said window
The member I2 is formed throughout part of frame, said flanges disposed for sliding engage
theA inner faces of said support mem
the length thereof with upper and lower folds I3 »A mentlwith
bers and coacting with the folds of said frame 45
H45 adapted to be adjustably secured within the folds members to maintain said support members»
8 by frictional engagement therewith. . The outer
ends of the members I2 are formed with curtain spaced from said window frame to precludey en
rodholders comprising laterally extending offset gagement of the latter with the window frame,
sections I4» having tongues I5 for supporting
50 thereon the curtain rod I6:
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The curtain rod is of typical telescoping con
struction provided vvith inwardly extending sec
tions formed with slots Il for supporting engage
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ment with the tongue portions I5.
Intermediate of the offset sections I4 and outer
the folds of the inner end sections merging with f
the outer end sections to increase the width of 50
the latter to form shoulders for engaging the folds
of the frame members whereby to limit the ad
` justment of said support members towards each
other.
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FREDERICK HARRY FINDON, JR.
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