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Aug. 9, 1938.
w. BEIGHT
2,126,506
CURTAIN STRETCHER
Filed March 18, 1957
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Patented
9, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,126,606
CURTAIN STRETCHER
William Beight, Youngstown, Ohio
Application March 18, 1937, Serial No. 131,572
1 Claim.
This invention relates to curtain stretchers.
The principal object of this invention is to
provide a curtain stretcher which is adjustable
to accommodate curtains of different sizes.
A further object of this invention is to provide
a curtain stretcher on which curtains may be
quickly and easily placed and‘ removed.
Another object of this invention is to provide
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a curtain stretcher having a plurality of hooked
10 rods as the principal means of holding the cur-
(Cl. 45—24)
in the combination and
and in the details of con-
braces may be formed of either Wood or metal as
desired. Vertical slots are provided in the lower
portions of the upright frame members to allow
the lower rail 4 to be adjusted vertically.
By referring to Figure 3 it will be seen that one
of ‘the metallic hooked rods is shown positioned
over the rail 3 and held in place by one of the
studs 5. The rails 3, and 4 are provided with a
plurality of pins I0, adapted to hold the edges
of the curtain when their use is necessary. In
normal operation, the curtain is held entirely by
the rods 6 and ‘I which are threaded through the
hems of the curtains and hooked over the top rail
3 and held in position by means of the studs 5.
These studs 5 are arranged so that any length of
curtain may be e?iciently stretched, as they pro
vide various locations for placing the rods.
By referring to Figure 2 it will be seen that a
modi?cation is provided at the right side of the
device shown in Figure l in that a rail 8 is shown
. struction hereinafter described and claimed, it
positioned over two of the studs 5 and held in that
being understood that changes in the precise
embodiment of the invention herein disclosed,
position through the clamping action of a hooked
metallic rod 9. This modi?cation is provided for
tains being stretched.
A still further object of this invention is to
provide a curtain stretcher which is of simple,
strong, and durable construction, and which is
‘5 cheap and easy to produce and. is thoroughly reliable and efficient in use.
With the foregoing
which will appear as
the invention resides
20 arrangement of parts
and other objects in view
the description proceeds,
can be made within the scope of what is claimed,
25 without departing from the spirit of the inven-v
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tion.
use in the event that one or both hems of the
curtain will not permit the insertion of the me- 25
tallic rod, or at such times as a lace tablecloth
The invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawing, wherein—
or other similar article is being stretched. It is
obvious that this modi?cation can be adapted for
Figure 1 is a plan view of a curtain stretcher
30 with parts broken away, and showing fragments
of a curtain stretched thereon.
Figure 2 is a plan View of a modi?cation of one
use at the left side of the curtain stretcher as
well as at the right as shown.
30
What I claim is:
In a curtain stretcher comprising a pair of
end of the curtain stretcher shown in Figure 1.
Figure 3 is a detail view of one of the rods and
35 the means for holding it in position.
By referring to the drawing it will be seen that
upright frame members, each having a slot at its
lower end, a horizontal upper rail bolted to said
vertical frame members and a lower horizontal 35
rail adjustably positioned on the lower portion
. there is provided a curtain stretcher comprising
a pair of upright frame members i and 2. These
frame members have legs hinged to the back
40 thereof in order to hold the entire device in an
upright position. A pair of rails 3 and 4' are
positioned across and bolted to the upright frame
members. These rails 3 and 4 are provided with
a plurality of‘ studs 5 adapted to hold metallic
4:5 hooked rods 6 and 'l in proper position. A pair
of braces ll are provided to hold the assembled
curtain stretcher in an upright position. These
braces are pivoted to the rail 3 and catches are
provided on the upright frame members I and 2
50 to receive the opposite ends of the braces.
These
of said upright members by means of bolts func
tioning in said slots, a pair of braces between
the upper rail and the upright frame members,
in combination with a plurality of pins and a 40
plurality of studs positioned on said rails, me
tallic hooked bars adapted to be hooked over the
upper one of the said rails and held in position
by said studs, a secondary slotted'rail provided
with a plurality of pins and adapted to be posi- 45
tioned over two of said studs and held in that
position through the clamping action of one of
said hooked metallic rods.
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WILLIAM BEIGHT.
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