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Nov. 15, 1938.~ ` v G. BALLON 2,137,125 PówDER PUFF _ Filed Sept. 7, 1937 - 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 'i » A , „ze B' o ‘I Nov. 15, 1938. 2,137,125 G. BALLON POWDER PUFF Filed sept. 7, 19:57> - ' 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 abb' . i. 'n Ik.. ATTORN EYS Patented Nov. 15, '19381 y» „ *A 2,137,125 ' i lThis inve?tiori v¿relatesto powder puff'sanú Lits genéral 'object is' to' 'provide "a magazine 'fp'uff -m __ which 'an 'ample 'reservé 'su‘p'piy lof pdwd'çrïeanbe fFigurez'll'ai _ a? îîiew illustrating a fragmentary housed to be used when required»,"ahdfëza? b'e ' portion of a Washer origasket for the vforms shown 5 readily disposed on the'applicato'r when pressure is> apphedto‘thè body-of the'puflî. `Y der puiï thatinol'uiies abodyf,V an applioatbr Yand an _applicator-'mounting means, th'eklatter being ¿Referring tof-nie drawings in detail,v and par- m; _ " _ whereby the bödyf‘and mountingmeansjèan be readily separated forîeleaning, or filling the pui? ' `1.>~.to1'7*:inclusive:"the referenoe numeral l indicatesïthe :bodylof _' the puff i' Ewhich is -preferably ma'd'e from? rubb'erfiiito vinverted dish shaped 'for mationganüf‘inf arrange'dfin ì’the-‘uppersportionìof the forni referred to; 'an'opening they body to is _ re'eeive _Ja‘ threaded'¿nipplev 2 f ¿providing an inlet satietfïbeingèatiirated' wana ma muni amount’ for the powder. The nipple> is'heldïñxed in the powder whiçh 'can be _reaji'iiyyemovea there; opening byan'annularf?langeä formed with the inner?î >'efii‘gìf-oiîï'stheaf?iipplef: 'and al ring nutV 4 ,is 20 threàdedïßon"theîïnipple :to :cooperate with the puñ ‘of theucharacter set forth, tha issiïn‘pl'e ña‘ngeior` setting-¿up av binding engagement `with _theilbo'dyî'áboùt the opening, as‘volearly ‘shown in _'-speein'cjany' patted 'dit in' _ lar serrated Harige'- B"âbout='thè_ upper edge there-_ dfi toslfàc'ilìtate .» its :application and removal; as will be-l‘appaï'ent.' Theibod'y'fnayvbe painted or otherwise decb?aítedlto'add to the or‘?amentality> 3_0 o`f thë‘pufhbut I haveillustrated'V a1. ’covering 'I therefor, Í‘öfifabric' or other suitable material.' in ikefchaiaeter's A1d òteviike or tires-peaking »p__a ugh_ „mrt th _ ` purpose 'òf being received.-` in afchaìinel groove' for _ fitting' association» vTtherev’vithi' _and :which is p'ro fo?mèdionxand disposed abolita _substantially diskfsiìapeü‘- applioatorninountìng‘ nieinber. l0,` 40 whiíih'_:-'as‘~bestushown in Figure" 4 »is concavo convex information `and-has aplurality of open ' ings Il therein» providing powder passages as will'be'ïapparenti-«f " »e » _ ._ y \ _ 'I‘he applioatorimounting-member is preferably 45 made from metal and disposed about the ñange 9 thereofadjacentto itsv inner- edge is a plurality of» openings' for-_ ytlriepurpose of. attaching the applicator, Ii.’A thereto, by; stitching I3 or other' suitable; securingç'means, it> being 'noted that 50 . Figure ,1.8 „is ___a¿l_.vertica_1 sectional view _taken the»_appli'catorfcoversgthe .mounting member and _Figure 9 lis avieW illustrating a *fr'agm‘entary'` _ portion ofv the applicator mounting member ofi 55 the _forni as shown in Figure 8'. is shown-_asi> being aîportion of skin, preferably sheep’s >skin-having-the 'Wool I4'thereon. ' How ever-,_ an. portion V_ofi material similar to skinl may beiusedfforlthatpurpose, withva mass of fabric 55 , 2 2,137,125 material similar to wool, secured thereto. In any nular bead 4I of the body. It will be obvious event, the said portion of skin or other material _ that the strip 38 which is preferably a piece of is provided with openings I5 registering with the ribbon facilitates the removal of the body from the applicator mounting member, and such is openings II in the mounting member. accomplished merely by pulling upon the strip, In Figures 8 and 9, I have illustrated a modi to draw the bead 4I from the ñange 40. fied form of my powder puff which likewise in From the above description and disclosure in cludes an inverted dish shaped body I6 provided with an annular bead I'I about the lower edge the drawings, it will be obvious that th'e applicator thereof, but in this form, the bead is flat, and mounting member cooperates with the body in each of the forms, to provide what may be termed 10 it will be noted» that the bead at :its-«juncture ajpowder reservoir, andthatthe mounting mem with the. body is‘provided withranannular-`:_de- ber may be readily removed from the body for pressioni 8 in the upper surface thereof. The applicator mounting member is indicatedzgç,- ¿cleaning or other purposes. That feature is of extreme importance in the event the powder by the reference numeral I9 and is also concavo convex in formation, with an inwardly curved >should become caked or the openings of the 15 flanged portion 2D formed about theperiphery> vapplicator or mounting member becomes clogged. It is thought from the foregoing description thereof and rising from the portion 20 is an vthatthe advantages and'novel features of the having exteriorly an threaded inwardly neck directed portion-2|;the-:latterportion ,2g_fprmedY .l I>invention` will be readily apparent, It' is‘to be understood that changes may be thereon, and which provides a seat for a‘gaskët " 20 made in the construction and in the combination or` washer' 23 to receive Ythe flat bead îI'I stof: ëthe body, thereby providing a leakproof connection >Vand' arrangement of the several parts, provided between the body'and the applicatorlímounting that'suchV changes fall within the scope of the _ 25 member, as will' beapparent.:`-` "f1 ' appended The applicator mountingrmember ~is 'Yi-secured to the body by a‘retainerïring which includes 'an interiorly threaded collar portion v2Il=`lto beathread'-7 edly v' mounted on“ >the Zportion -i 2` I ,f andv the 1. ring includes a curvedflange .25‘sh'apedf to ñt the` an-, 30 nulai` depression I8`, asc'learly shown in:Figure"8. The applicatorí mounting ' member fil 9Y "is 1 also provided;- with* a'v plurality "of ’openings for the' purpose -»of attaching the applicator;azliethereto‘ by'sti'tching 2‘I'or‘other suitable securing> means;v and the applicator likewise hasfxwool attached.l thereto 'andi perforatedf or.. :provided ~with= open? ings to register-with perforations in the appli cator mounting member;I , > _, y , claims. _WhatI claim is: Y n ¿ ' Y ` , Y y - i - ' -l - 25 » 1. A magazine powderl puff comprising a hollow compressible body having an open lower end, per forated means detachably closingthe lower end and cooperating with the body to provide a powder reservoir, and powder applying means securedl to the perforated means and to receive powder from the perforat-ion's.` Y . 1 ~ . , 5 2; A_ ~magazine powder puff comprising a hollow compressible body having an open end,- concavo convex perforated means including an annular flangedportion-detachably connected to the lower end of ¿the body and closing the same for coop eration therewith to provide a powder reser voir, >and wool covered powder applying means In the formas shownin‘Figure 10„the puñ-in ' covering the- perforated means and having per 40: cludes al bodyt28 similari' to .the body ofthe form> f forations thereinregistering withthe perforations of Figures 8`andi9: it beingu'nderstoodthat both of the bodies 'are'made from rubber or other-„suit-u able ñexible "material, ‘and ‘ the=lbodyf§28¿iszpro-- ' ,3. A~magazine powder puff comprising an in vided with‘aflat bead 29. `The applicator mount-ï' verted substantially dish »shapedV body formed from compressible material, an annular bead sur 45 ing member of the forr'nïof Figure 10 fis indicated by the reference numeral'30 andfhas an annular roundingthe lower end of the body, a substan iiange 3I formed thereon `'shaped vto provide an’ tiallydisk shaped concave-convex member hav outer channel 'thereinfand an inwardly'r directed 'ing> perforations therein, = an annular flange portion 32 "is includedin‘theîiiange" 3 I to provide formed on and surrounding the disk shaped mem-` " a seat for -th'ewa'sher 33 uponwhichi's mounted> ber and curved to follow the shape of the bead the bead`29 of the body. 4The. retainer-ring of, for fitting '_associationtherewith for detachably this form includes a >collar portion'34 formed securing the disk shaped member to the body for atv its ylower end to provide ‘an’ annular resilient'. cooperation withv the latter to >provide a powder tongue 35 which isfshapedî‘tovflt Athe annular reservoir and powder applying means- secured to channel of 'theflange -3I’andefor clamping asso-v» the disk shaped Ymember to receive powder from > Í ,. Y f ciation` therewith, as will» befapparent; In order the'perforations-thereof. 4. A magazine powder puff comprising an in-` to facilitate. the' ' application and removal of e theaV retainerV ring-.with respect“ to the ’applicator verted substantially dish shaped ‘body formed mountingf'member‘ßß, it'will be noted that I'the fromgoompressible material and havingan open tongueiî35 is transversely slit-as_:at 36;:«1-¿1The re-I- ing in the upper end thereof, a threadedvnipple (il) tainer- Yring -of this "form':l is *also î‘provided' with> a secured tothe Ybody about the edge ofthe `open curved flange 3'I"to ñt within"'thel'depressil’on zofl ing thereof, and providing an inlet, a cap for the body 28. i ` . _' .» l closing the; inlet andlthreaded ,tol the nipple, a . 'I‘he remaining structure of the form of Figure' 10 'is similar in-"all respects-’with respect‘to the form of Figures`8and'r9gîî’ ' ' l» Í Y ‘ bead surrounding the lower end of the body„a substantially diskVr shaped’member offconcavo convex formation and having openings'therein, a The form of V_Figures >12' and >13 fis 'similar -in’l many respects with'the'structure of theform of Figures -l to 7 inclusive,»but` the »form of Figures 70 1'2 Yand 13 ‘does 'not'include an inlet meansin flange surroundingl the disk shaped member and curved to follow theshape of the head for'iitting is that I provide a strip _38 'disposed transversely powder applying means including a sheet ofl ma# terial secured to the disk shaped member and association therewith for detachably securing the disk shaped member to the body for cooperation the body thereof, and thefonlyf'other difference with thelatter'to provide a powder reservoir, of the body 39 thereof--andwhich has itsen'ds clamped between the curved'a‘nnula'r ñange 4U covering the same, said sheet of material having of the applicator mounting'm'ember andthe an`-"I Vopenings therein registering with the openings 3 - 2,137,125 jy of the disk shaped member, and powder distributá 'A v_erted substantially dish shaped body formed ing fabric secured to the sheet of material for from compressible material, an annular bead sur receiving powder from the openings. rounding the lower end of the body, a substan 5. A magazine powder puff comprising an in tially disk shaped concavo-convex member hav verted dish shaped body formed from compressi ing perforations therein, threaded means formed 5 ble material and having an opening in the upper on and rising .from said member, said bead hav end thereof, capped inlet means mounted in the ing an annular .depression in the upper surface opening, an annular bead formed about the lower thereof at its juncture with the body, a retainer edge of the body, a substantially disk shaped ring including a threaded _portion threaded to member of concave-convex formation and have the threaded means and including means mount 10 ing openings therein, means formed on the disk ed in the depression for securing said member to shaped member for fittingV association with the the bodyfor cooperation with the latter to pro bead for detachably securing the disk shaped vide a powder receiving reservoir, means between member to the body for cooperation therewith to the head and said threadedA means to provide a 15 provide a powder reservoir, an applicator includ leakproof connection, and powder applying means 15 secured to said member to‘receive >powder from ing a portion of sheep’s skin secured to the disk shaped ,member and covering the same, said por the perforations thereof. ` tion of skin having openings therein registering Y with the openings of the disk shaped member, and 20 sheep's wool on the portion of the skin to receive ` f 8. A magazine powder puff comprising an in verted substantially >dish shaped body formed from compressible material, a substantially disk shaped concavo-convex‘m'ember having perfora 2.o with. D , tions therein, annular channeled means formed 6. A magazine powder puff comprising an in on and rising from said member, a retainer ring verted substantially dish shaped body formed including means surrounding and engageable 25 from compressible material, a concavo-convex, with the body and a slit' annular resilient tongue perforated member, a retainer ring securing said removably received in the channel for detach 25 member to the body for cooperation therewith ably securing said member to the body, leakproof -powder from the openings to be saturated'there ' to provide a powder reservoir, leakproof means > between the body and said member, and wool cov ber and having perforations therein registering with the perforations of said member. means between the body and the channeled Y means, and powder applying means secured to 30 ered powder applying means covering said mem land covering said member to receive powder from 30 the perforations thereof. ` . , Y 7. A magazine powder puff comprising an in- ' ` ` GEORGE BALLON.