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Aug. 23, 1938. ‘
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c. E. KENNEDY 1
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GARMENT
2,127,870
HANGER
Filed July 29, 1937
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2,127,870
Patented Aug. 23, 1938
UNITED "STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,127,870
'GARMENT' HANGER
Clarence E. .Kennedy, Pampa, Tex.
Application July 29, 1937, Serial No. 156,410
6 Claims. (Cl. 223-88)
‘The present invention relates to garment sup
ports, and more particularly to improved means
for ?rmly and securely supporting one or more
“garments‘on‘a hanger without danger'of wrin
hook ilkwhich imparts a certain degree of re
siliency to the inclined supporting arms 13 and
ll’. The loop 20 also constitutes a hand engag
ing portion, which permits the carrying of ‘loaded
kling, creasing, or otherwise marring the same. "hangers without'the necessity of taking hold of
the garments carried by the inclined arms l3
‘An important ‘feature of the invention con
and I1, or'the hook-‘iii. It will be seen that as
sists in providing a light, efficient, and inexpen
the hook it is free, the hanger may be conven
fsive garment hanger having a horizontally dis
posed supporting member -or bar provided with
1.0 means'to prevent garments from‘ slipping off the
iently'carried by the loop .26 without soiling or
creasing the garment on the hanger, and that -
hanger. ‘Additionally; the supporting ‘member is
‘formed to provide garment protecting means
the hook It) may be readily attached to, or re
moved from, a suitable support such as a pole,
‘which insures one or-more garments being car
ried on the hanger'without being wrinkled or
nail, or the like.
The horizontal‘ supporting bar ‘i5’is preferably _
. A further object consists in positioning beneath
‘bent to provide alternately opening loops or‘
crimped portions 2 I, which may progressively de
the hook of the hanger, means which permits
crease in width from the center-of the bar IE
creased.
“ the carrying of a loaded hanger without taking
to its ends so as to constitute a supporting sur
'hold‘of the garments on the hanger or the ‘hook
so‘that the hanger‘may be carried, or connected
to, or removed from, a suitable support without
face, which prevents garments carried thereon,‘
such as trousers and the like, from slipping off‘v
the hanger or sliding longitudinally on the bar.
soiling or wrinkling the'garments.
‘Other objects and advantages of the invention
‘will become apparent from the following de
25 scription, taken-in conjunction with the accom~
‘panying claims and drawing.
Referring ‘to the drawing-in which is shown
a preferred embodiment of the invention,
:Figure 1 is a1front elevation of my improved
Additionally, each of the loops 2! is bent medi
ally and transversely of its width to provide on
its upper surface a rounded portion 22 (Figure
projects outwardly to form the downwardly in
clined arm I3, bent as at 14, to provide the hori
zontal supporting member or bar 15. The oppo
site end of the horizontal member [5 is bent up
are ?at and not sufficiently spaced from one an
3) and outwardly diverging sides or arms 23 and
24, which progressively increase in length from
theends of the rod l5 toward the center there
of. It will be seen that the roundedtop portions
‘22 of the loops coaot withthe inclined sides 23
and ‘24 to constitute a substantially inverted V 30
:30 ‘hanger.
.
‘Figure 2 is a sectional view taken substantially shaped supporting surface in cross section, which
‘has its sides of less length at the ends than at
.jon‘the line 2—-2 of Figure l, and
the center. The loops 21 are of such length and
Figure 3 is aniend view of Figure 1.
width that the top 22 coacts with‘the inclined
While the hangermay be made of any suit
M35 able material of sufficient strength and rigidity sides 23 and 24 to provide a supporting surface i
to ‘support the type ofgarment to be carried which, when the garments,‘ such as trousers or
thereon without deforming any parts of the the like, are carried thereon, will ‘prevent wrin
hanger, I have, for the purpose of illustration, kling or creasing of the garmentsand'thus ob
viate the necessity and expense of using sepa
shown it made of a single wire rod which is ini
rate protectors for each of the garments on the '
40 tially bent to form the hook [0. One end of the
hook terminates in the shank I I which is curved hanger.
I have found that if the loops or crimps 2|
at [2. The lower end of the curved portion 12
wardly, as at Hi, to form the inclined arm 11
corresponding in length to the arm 13. The arm
ll terminates in a curved portion l8, which has
its end twisted as at H), about the shank ll.
Manifestly, the hanger instead of being formed
from a, single length of wire, may be composed
of several pieces or of other suitable material.
The curved portions l2 and i8 coact to pro
vide an opened loop 20 positioned beneath the
other, they will not effectively preventv creasing
or wrinkling of the garments supported thereon.
Accordingly by arranging the horizontal bar I5
with rounded or inclined supporting surfaces of
the proper length and inclination, means are
provided for insuring one or more garments be
ing suspended by the hanger without danger of i
the garments being wrinkled or otherwise marred.
It is customary for cleaning and pressing es
tablishments, when delivering garments, to sus
pend one or more of the garments on a hanger,
and when such hangers are in transit or are not 55
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properly carried, there is the liability of the gar
ments being wrinkled or falling off of the hanger.
By reason of the present invention, a built-in
garment protector is provided which will insure
one or more garments being ?rmly carried by
the hanger without danger of falling off and
without requiring a separate protector for each
3. A one-piece wire hanger of the class de
scribed, including spaced inclined arms having a
medially disposed hook at their upper ends, said
arms being connected at their lower extremities
by a substantially horizontally disposed member Cl
having alternately opened transversely arranged
loop portions bent medially of their width to con
garment. Further, the particular formation of
the supporting rod l5 insures the garments be
10 ing maintained on the hanger free from being
stitute a rounded top surface and downwardly in
clined arms, whereby a garment carried by the
wrinkled or otherwise marred, irrespective of the
or from being wrinkled.
,
4. A one-piece wire hanger of the class de
scribed, including spaced inclined arms having a
position of the hanger or of any movement that
might be imparted to the hanger. By reason of
the opened loop formed between the hook and the
inclined supporting arms l3 and I1, means are
provided for carrying the hanger without en
gaging the hook, so that the latter may be free
to be attached to, or removed from, its support,
without the touching of the garment carried by
the supporting arms [3 and H.
It will be noted that the rounded portions 22
of each of the curved loops constitute a sub
stantially horizontally disposed top supporting
surface, which, due to the reduced taper of the
loop portions from the center of the rod, acts to
provide additional reinforcement for the garment
where the weight and pressure are the greatest,
and also insures the garment being properly car~
ried by the hanger without danger of being wrin
kled, creased, or otherwise marred.
It is to be understood that the form of the in
vention shown and described is merely illustrative
of a preferred embodiment, and that such
changes may be made as fall within the purview
35 of one skilled in the art without departing from
the spirit of the invention and the scope of the
appended claims.
I claim:
1. A hanger of the class described having a
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substantially horizontally disposed supporting
member, said member being provided with al
ternately opened transversely arranged loop por
tions bent medially of their width to constitute a
rounded top surface and downwardly inclined
45 arms, whereby a garment carried by the support
ing member is prevented from falling off or from
being wrinkled.
2. A hanger of the class described having a
substantially horizontally disposed supporting
member, said member being provided with al
ternately opened transversely arranged loop por
tions bent medially of their width to constitute
a rounded top surface and downwardly inclined
arms, the width of said loop portions progressive~
Li in ly decreasing from the center of the horizontal
member to its ends, whereby a garment carried
by the supporting member is prevented from
falling oil or from being wrinkled.
supporting member is prevented from falling off
medially disposed hook at their upper ends, said
arms being connected at their lower extremities
by a substantially horizontally disposed member
having alternately opened transversely arranged
loop portions bent medially of their width to
constitute a rounded top surface and downwardly
inclined arms, the width of the inclined arms
progressively decreasing from the center of the
supporting member to its ends, whereby a gar
ment carried by the supporting member is pre
vented from falling off or from being wrinkled.
5. A one-piece wire hanger of the class de
scribed, including spaced inclined arms having
their upper ends terminating in an opened loop,
a hook extending upwardly from said loop, said
inclined arms connected at their lower extremi
ties by a horizontal member having alternately
opened transversely disposed loop portions bent
medially of their width to constitute a rounded
top surface and downwardly inclined arms,
whereby a garment carried by the supporting
member is prevented from falling off or from
being wrinkled, said opened loop constituting a
handle to permit carrying a loaded hanger with
out touching the garments thereon or said hook.
6. A one-piece wire hanger of the class de
scribed, including spaced inclined arms having 40
their upper ends terminating in an opened loop,
a hook extending upwardly from said loop, said
inclined arms connected at their lower extremi
ties by a horizontal member having alternately
opened transversely disposed loop portions bent
medially of their width to constitute a rounded
top surface and downwardly inclined arms, the
width of the inclined arms progressively decreas
ing from the center of the supporting member to
its ends, whereby a garment carried by the sup 50
porting member is prevented from falling off or
from being wrinkled, said opened loop constitut
ing a handle to permit carrying a loaded hanger
without touching the garments thereon or said
hook.
CLARENCE E. KENNEDY.
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