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Sept. 6, 1938.
H.‘ s. .JCJNES
2,129,375
WRITING’ PAD
Filed Aug. 20, 1937
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Patented Sept. 6,v 1938
2,129,375 '
UNlTED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,129,375
WRITING ran ’
Harry Sloper Jones, Chicago, 111.‘
Application August 20, 1937, Serial No. 160,004
5 Claims. (Cl. 282-—22)
This invention relates to a writing pad of that
type comprising alternate writing sheets and car
bon sheets, that is adapted for use in typewriters
and the like.
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In the past, various methods have been used
for making such writing pads so that the writing
sheets may be separated from the carbon. sheets.
These methods generally involved the stitching
or gluing of the writing sheets and the carbon
10 sheets together along one margin, with the re
sult that when the writing sheets were detached,
the carbon sheets remained glued together and
were invariably thrown away since they could not
easily be used again.
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Further when the writing sheets and carbon
sheets are stitched or glued together to form a
pad which is put through a typewriter, there
will be a tendency that the typing on the dif
ferent writing sheets will not be properly aligned,
To overcome
this objection, attempts have been made to tear
o? the stitched or glued margin of the pad. This
operation would tear or mutilate the carbon
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sheets.
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together in superposed relation along one end a
margin as indicated at 31 A binding ‘I may be
glued over the glued edges if desired. Carbon
sheets It may then be inserted between the Writ
ing sheets I and extended beyondthe perforated
line 2 so that the same may be pinched between 10
the sheets by the fingers above the perforated
line 2 when it is desired to detach the writing
sheets. ‘These carbon sheets are shorter than the
writing sheets.
If desired, the writing sheets properly perfo- 16
rated may be alternately arranged with the car
bon sheets before the writing sheets are glued
at the end margins.‘ _By aligning the opposite
ends Ia of the writing sheets-and the adjacent
ends of the carbon sheets, the different sheets 20
20 since the bound sheets in going around the type
writer roller are bent into an arc.
suitably spaced from one end margin so as to
provide su?icient space for the extension of the
carbon sheets beyond such line as will later more
fully appear. The writing sheets are then glued
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It is an object of this invention to overcome
the objections to such prior pads, in the pro
_ vision of a pad that renders it possible to again
use the carbon sheets after the ‘writing sheets
30 have been detached.
will occupy the relative positions shown in Fig- ‘
ure 1. In the positions shown, it will be noted
that one edge of each carbon sheet is located
at the line 5 a short space from the glued mar
gin of the writing sheets and a suitable distance 25
outwardly beyond the perforated lines 2 for the
pinching operation when the edges Ia of the
writing sheets are aligned with the adjacent edges
of the carbon sheets.
In Figure 3, it will be noted that the thumb 30
, It is a further object of this invention to
notch 6a is formed by merely clipping off the
provide such a pad in which the carbon sheets
are loosely retained but with provision whereby
the writing sheets may be readily detached free
35 of the carbon sheets.
A further object resides in the provision of a
pad fromwhich the glued portion of the pad may
be detached without injuring the carbon sheets.
The invention comprises the novel structure
corner of a carbon sheet.
In order that the writing sheets ‘may be
40 hereinafter
described
and
more ' particularly
pointed out and de?ned in the appended claims.
In the accompanying drawing which illustrates
a pad involving this invention and in which simi
lar reference numerals refer to similar features
45 in the di?erent views:
Figure l is a plan view of a pad involving this
invention.
Figure 2 is an enlarged and broken sectional
view taken upon the line II—-II of Figure 1.
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Figure 3 is a fragmentary elevational view illus
trating a modi?ed form of thumb notch in the
carbon sheets.
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In accordance with this invention, a plurality
of writing sheets I are provided and each is
formed with a perforated or‘weakened line 2
gripped adjacent the margins Ia without grip
ping the carbon sheets, each of the latter is 35
provided with a cut-out of thumb'notch 6 which
may be of the form shown in Figure 1 or Figure
3. By gripping the pad with. one hand between
the lines 2 and 5 and gripping the sheets I at
the notches 6 or 6a with the other hand, it is 40
easily possible to detach the writing sheets from
the bound margin 3 by a pull that severs said
sheets I along the line 2. The carbon sheets,
being held by the hand gripping the bound mar
gin 3 are thus simultaneously separated from 45
the sheets I.
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After the writing sheets are detached or sepa
rated, the carbon sheets may be released and
separated from the stub and reused as desired.
It should be noted that there is a su?lciently 50
wide unglued space between the perforated line
2 and the glued margin 3 of the sheets I for the
extension of the carbon sheets beyond the per
forated lines 2 for gripping purposes. In other
words, the carbon sheets extend beyond the per- 55
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forated lines a su?icient distance so that ‘they
maybe gripped or pinched by the ?ngers between
the writing sheets.
In order that the glued edge of a pad may be
detached without injuring the carbon sheets, one
of the upper corners of each carbon sheet is
clipped off as indicated by the dotted line B of
Figure 1. This renders it possible- to grip the
writing sheets at the clipped oiT corner indicated
10 by the dotted line 8 with one hand while holding
the body of the pad with the other hand for tear
ing o? the glued margin 3 of the writing sheets
along the perforated lines 2. As the carbon
sheets are unattached to the writing sheets, the
15 upper edges thereof will not be torn during this
operation, but said upper edges will project slight
ly, enabling them to be grasped easily in extract
ing the carbon sheets from between the writing
of said carbon sheets extending beyond said per
forated lines for gripping purposes and being un
secured to said writing sheets.
2. A writing pad for use in typewriters or the
like comprising alternate writing sheets and car
bon sheets, said writing sheets being secured to
gether at one end beyond the ends of the carbon
sheets, said writing sheets having perforated lines
spaced inwardly ofthe adjacent ends of the car
bon sheets, said carbon sheets being unsecured 10
to said writing sheets and having thumb notches
adjacent the unsecured ends of said writing
sheets.
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3. An assembly of alternate writing and carbon
sheets, means securing said writing sheets to 15
gether at one end, said writing sheets having per
forated lines spaced inwardly of said secured ends,
said carbon sheets having thumb notches adja
sheets I,
cent the unsecured ends of said writing sheet and
Before using a pad, it will be appreciated that extending beyond said perforated lines for grip
it can be readily jogged to properly align the free i ping purposes and being unsecured to said writing
carbon sheets with the writing sheets should the sheets.
carbon sheets be slightly out of alignment.
4. A writing pad for use in typewriters com
From the foregoing, it will be appreciated that prising a plurality of writing sheets secured to
they pad involving this invention results in the gether along one end margin and having Weak
advantage of a bound pad without affecting the ened lines spaced inwardly from such margin,
carbon sheets for reuse.
and carbon sheets loosely con?ned between said
I am aware that many changes may be made. writing sheets, the end of each carbon sheet ad
in the pad without departing from the principles J'acent the bound margin of the writing sheets
30 of this invention, and I do not propose limiting having a cutaway portionforming a thumb notch
the patent granted hereon otherwise than neces
for gripping the writing sheets free of the carbon
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sitated by the prior art. -I claim as my invention:
1. A writing pad for use in typewriters or the
like comprising a plurality of writing sheets se
cured together at one end margin-and having
perforated lines' in registry spaced inwardly of
said margin, carbon sheets between said writing
sheets, said carbon sheets having thumb notches
40 at one end, the thumb notched ends of said car~
bon sheets being in alignment with the unsecured
ends of said writing sheets and the other ends
sheets for the purpose set forth.
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5. A writing pad for use in typewriters com
prising a plurality of writing sheets glued to
gether along one margin and having weakened
lines in registry spaced inwardly from such mar
gin, carbon sheets loosely con?ned between the
writing sheets and extending beyond said weak
ened lines, said carbon sheets having thumb
notches at their opposite ends.
HARRY SLOPER JONES.
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