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Nov. 22, 1938.
F. A. sTUBBs ET AL '
' 2,137,595
HAIR WAVER
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Patented Nov. 22, 1938
2,137,595
UNITED STATES _PATENT ?orifice
2,137,595
HAIR WAvER
Francis A. Stubbs and Jaye C‘obb Sabbath,
Lakeview, Ohio
Application November s, 1937, serial No. 173,226
4 Claims. (Cl. 132-44)
This invention relates to hair curlers and
wavers, the primary object of the invention being
to provide a device of this character including a
body portion is bent or doubled upon itself as
tubular body portion around which the hair may
shown by Figure '7, the air within the tube will
5 be wound, novel means being provided for se
curing the ends of the curler together in such a
manner as to eliminate the usual enlargement
caused by overlapping and twisting together the
ends of the wire curlers now in common use.
secure the curler in position.
forming of a curl or wave.
the hair to curl.
In order that the hair which is twisted around
the invention resides in the combination and
arrangement of parts and in the details of con
struction hereinafter described and claimed, it
being understood that changes in the precise em
bodiment of the invention herein described, may
be made within the scope of what is claimed,
without departing from the spirit of the inven
tion.
the body portion, and which is usually dampened,
Will dry, openings B are formed in the clamping
member l, permitting air to circulate through
the twisted hair.
Referring to the drawing:
The head l0, shown by Figure 8 of the drawing,
is tapered so that it may be readily forced into
the end of the body portion Where it will be se
curely held by the vacuum produced within the
body portion.
Figure 1 is an elevational view of a hair curler
In Figure 9, the head is formed with a plurality
constructed in accordance with the invention.
Figure 2 is a side elevational View of the curler.
Figure 3 is an elevational view of the opposite
side of the curler.
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Figure 4 is a sectional view taken on line 4--4
of Figure 2 of the drawing.
Figure 5 is a view illustrating the manner of
securing the hair to the curler.
of enlargements Il that provide an exceptionally
Figure 6 is a sectional view taken on line 6--6
40 of Figure 1.
Figure '7 is a view illustrating the hair as
wound around the curler.
Figure 8 is a view illustrating the head at one
end of the curler.
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Figure 9 is a view of a modified form of head.
Figure 10 is a view of a still further modified
form of head.
Referring to the drawing in detail, the body
portion of the curl-er is indicated by the reference
secure fastening head.
A further modified form of head is shown by
Figure 10 of the drawing, wherein the gradually
tapered ends I2 of the securing head are forced
into the ends of the tubular body portion, hold
ing the ends together.
In the use of the device, the ends of the hair
are inserted between the body portion 5 and
clamping member 1, and the curler is now twisted
so that the air is rolled tightly on the body por
tion. The clamping member is now positioned
over the twisted hair securing the hair to the body
portion. After the hair has been properly posi
tioned, the head secured within one end of the
body portion is inserted in the opposite end of
the body portion securing the body portion in
the position shown by Figure 7 of the drawing.
When the hair has thoroughly dried, the curler
50 character 5, and as shown comprises a tubular
member constructed of rubber, one end thereof
is removed, leaving the hair in a curled or wavy
being closed by the head 6, which is held in posi
tion by frictional contact with the tubular body
We claim:
1. A resilient hair waving or curling device
portion.
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The head 6 is of a construction to ñt within
n
Mounted on the body portion 5, is a clamping
member indicated by the reference character 'l
which is also constructed of yieldable material
such as rubber. This clamping member 'l is split
throughout substantially the entire length there
of, as at 8, so that by spreading the clamping 5
member open, it may be positioned around the
hair twisted around the body portion, holding
the hair in position on the body portion, causing
With the foregoing and other objects in view,
20 which will appear as the description proceeds,
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be excluded producing a vacuum, Within the body 5
portion, securing the head in position against
displacement, eliminating the necessity of twist
ing the ends of the body portion together, to
Another object of the invention is the pro
vision of means whereby the hair being curled
will be ventilated to facilitate the drying of the
hair.
A still further object of the invention is to
15 provide means to clamp the hair to the body
portion of the device holding the hair in close
engagement with the body portion to insure the
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the opposite >end of the body portion, the con
struction of the head being such that when the
condition.
comprising an elongated bendable hollow body,
a hair clamping member mounted about said
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body adjacent its central portion, the opposite
end of said body being adapted to be bent in»
Wardly to overlie said clamping member, and a
head-connecting element insertible in the oppo
site end of said body to support said device in
operative position.
2. A resilient hair Waving or curling device
comprising an elongated bendable body, a hair
clamping member comprising a slotted member
comprising an elongated bendable body, a hair
clamping member comprising a slotted and per
forated member mounted about said body adja
cent its central portion, the opposite end of said
body being adapted to be bent inwardly to over
lie said hair clamping member, and a head-con
necting element insertible in the opposite end of
said body to support said device in operative
position;
4. The subject matter as set forth in claim 3, 10
said head-connecting element being retained in
the opposite end of the body due to the vacuum
clamping member, and a head-connecting ele- - created by the bending of said body.
ment insertible in the opposite end of said body
to support said device in operative position.
~ FRANCIS A. 'sTUBBs
15
JAYE COBB SABBATH.
3. A resilient hair Waving or curling device
10 mounted about said body adjacent its central
portion, the opposite end of said body being
adapted to be bent inwardly to overlie said hair
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