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Nov. 22, 1938.
' |__ @_ ARPIN ET AL
2,137,828
CURLING DEVICE
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Patented Nov. 2.2, 1938
2,137,828
UNITED STATES PATENT ÜFFICE
2,137,828
CURLING DEVICE
Leonard George Arpin and Andrew J. Bedwell,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Application June 27, 1938, Serial No. 215,976
18 Claims.
(Cl. 132-15)
The present invention relates to a comb, and
4more particularly to a combined comb and hair
curling device whereby a tress of hair is ñrst
combed out, from the head to the hair ends, 'and
5 then wound about the device to form a curl.
Hair dressers form certain types of curls by
combing out a tress of hair and then, beginning
at the head of the customer, winding the tress
about a ñnger of the operator. When the curl
is thus completed, it is pushed oil the ñnger of
the operator and against the head of the cus
tomer, and pinned in place until the hair, which
is usually damp for the curling operation, dries.
This procedure is continued until the head of
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hair is curled.
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Such manner of making curls involves too much
for combing purposes or housed within the mem
ber so that the member may be withdrawn from
a curl wound about it.
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Another and yet further object of the present
invention is to provide , an elongated member
about which hair may be wound to 4form a curl;
which member has comb teeth projectable for
combing purposes and which may be housed 1U
within the member to enable withdrawal of the
member from a curl formed about it, together
with means for projecting and housing the »comb
teeth.
Another and further object of the present in- 15
time of the operator, tires the operator to such
vention is to provide a hair curling instrument
in the general form of a member of oblong, sub
an extent that after working a few hours she
becomes exhausted or indifferent, with the result
with a-slot through one edge margin and a comb
that those customers ‘who are served toward the Y
slidable in said slot to projected operative posi- 20
end of a business day,„have improperly or care
tion or housed in inoperative position, and with
the comb capable of limited endwise or longi
lessly fashioned curls. The customers who re
ceive such service sometimes become disgusted
and go elsewhere for the next hair dressing, thus
causing the hair dresser loss of business.
4 The device of the present invention makes pos
sible the formation of curls of uniform size and
even appearance and eliminates the necessity of
an operator having to wind a tress about her
3 ñnger, and is a device which may be used without
tiring an operator.
An object of the present invention is to provide
a combined comb and hair curler.
Another object of the invention is to provide a
35 simple device for hairdressing whereby hair may
be quickly and evenly curled without causing
fatigue of the operator or her customer.
A further object of the invention is to provide
a device wherein hair may be combed then
‘l0 wound about the device to form a curl, and the
comb teeth withdrawn from the curl, and the
device withdrawn from the curl so formed.
The invention has for a still further object the
n provision of a comb construction wherein the
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consisting of an elongated member wherein the
comb teeth are arranged for projected position
comb teeth may be projected'for use or housed
for other purposes.
The present invention also contemplates as an
object, a comb construction including a member,
with respect to which the comb teeth are pro
jectable and retractable, and wherein the pro
jected teeth are restrained against retractive
movement while the device is in use for combing
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purposes.
Another object of the present invention is to
provide a combined comb and hair curling device
stantially rectangular shape in end elevation,
tudinal movement in the slot, together with
means for positively locking the comb in pro
jected position by endwise movement in one di- 25
rection of the projected comb.
This application is a continuation-in-part of
applicants’ copending application, Serial No.
152,490, filed July 8, 1937.
The above, other and further objects of the 30
present invention will be apparent from the fol
lowing descriptíon and accompanying drawings.
The accompanying drawings illustrate various
embodiments of the present invention, and the
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Figure l‘is a side elevational view, with the
retractable comb teeth in projected position, il
lustrating` one form of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a bottom plan View of the arrange
ment shown in Figure 1.
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Figure 3 is a fragmental, enlarged, longitudinal
vertical sectional View taken through the comb
views thereof are as follows:
of Figure 1, showing the comb teeth projected and
locked against retractive movement.
Figure 4 is a view similar to Figure 3 showing ‘45
the comb teeth in housed or retracted position.
Figure 5 is a longitudinal, horiaontal sectional
View, taken substantially in the plane indicated
by the line V--V of Figure 3.
Figure 6 is a. transverse sectionai view taken in 50
the plane indicated by the line vll-VI oi' Figure 3.
Figure '7 is a transverse sectional view taken in
the plane indicated by the line Wim-VII of Fig
ure 4.
Figure 3 is a transverse sectional view taken M2'
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Figure 9 is a transverse sectional _view taken in
the plane indicated kby the line IX-IX of Fig
of a spring wire I5 having one end entered in the
bore 8 of the back 4 of the comb structure -B,
and the other bent, as at I6, and entered in a
bore il in the part I of the comb structure A, ad
ure 3.
jacent the housing, as illustrated in Figures 3
substantially in the plane indicated by the line
VIII-_VIII of Figure 3.
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Figure 10 is a side elevationalview of another
and 4. Preferably, the bore _Il is at an angle to
`embodiment of the present invention showing the
slidable comb projected for combing purposes.
Figure l1 is a plan view‘of the comb of Figure
the direction of the length of the Wire I5, so that
the Wire remains hooked in the bore Il.
10 10 looking upwardly as the ñgure is arranged on
the sheet.
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The comb structure B is installed in the hous
ing 3 by inserting the wire l5 in the bore 8 of
the comb structure, hooking the tongue 3 under
lFigure 12 is fragmental, enlarged, longitudinal
neath the ledge It, and then' inserting the end
vertical sectional view taken through the curling
device of Figure 10, with the comb projected and
15 locked in projected position, and showing certain
l@ of the Wire in its bore Il. When installed in
the‘manner described, the comb structure B will
occupy the projected position shown inFigure 3.
The width of the back «5 of the comb structure
B is greater than the transverse distance be
tween the confronting surfaces of the ribs I0 and
ll, as may be observed in Figure 5, so that when
details of construction.
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Figure 13 is a similar view with the comb
housed in inoperative position and locked in its
housed position.
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Figure 14 is an end elevational view of the
curling device of Figure 10 looking at the right
hand end of the same.
Figure 15 is a transverse sectional view taken
substantially in the plane indicated by line
25 XV-XV of Figure 12, and
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Figure 16 is a transverse sectional view taken
substantially in the plane indicated by line
XVI-XVI of Figure 12.
arranged within the housing.
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the comb structure B is in projected or ex
tended position, the inner margin of the back will
rest against the tops or the ends of the ribs lü
and I I, as is clearly shown in Figures 3 and 6.
The action of .the spring wire I5 is such as to
urge the comb structure B towards the right end
of the housing 3, as pictured in the drawings, to
thereby maintain the comb structure B locked in
projected position.
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The drawings will now be explained.
The structure illustrated in Figures 1 to 9, ln
clusive, includes -an elongated member A, which
is fashioned preferably from suitable moldable'
material, such for example as Bakelite and hav
ing` one end portion I provided with a plurality
35 of comb teeth 2, and its- other end widened to
provide a housing 3 of substantial length to re
ceive projectable and retractable comb teeth,
herein pictured as a comb member B slidably
'I‘he comb structure B is shown as fashioned
with a back 4 having a _plurality of cut comb
teeth 5 extending from one margin of the back,
and at one end of the back is a trigger 6 having
a thumb rest 'I integral with it, which is prefer
ably concave. Adjacent this end of the back,
the back is bored, as at 8, for a portion of its
length, for a purpose to be later explained. The
other end of the back isvformed with a longitudi
Il
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The end of the spring wire I5 within the bore
is spaced from the inner end of the bore to per 30
mit movement of the comb structure along the
length of the Wire. To house thecomb structure
B, the operator presses her thumb against the
rest 'I and moves the comb structure B to the
left, as viewed in the drawings, until the notches
I2 and I3 are in register, respectively, with the ,
ribs I0 and I I, whereupon inward pressure ap
plied to the seat 'I will cause the comb structure
B to be moved- inwardly of the housing, and
therein housed, as shown in Figure 4. The widths 40
of the notches I2 and I3 is such as to permit
slight rocking movement of the comb structure
B with respect to the ribs, while it is being housed,
without appreciable binding action.
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When the comb structure B has been housed 45
as described, the operator removes her. thumb
from the seat 1, whereupon the tendency of the
ribs or tongues I0 and II are formed on the inner
spring Wire I5 will be to move the comb structure
B to the right, as viewed in-Figure 4, thus caus
ing sui'licient binding action of certain margins
of the notches I2 and I3 against their ribs to pre
surfaces of the housing, the ribs I0 being formed
vent accidental projection of the comb structure. »
nally extending tongue 9.
In the formation of the housing 3, internal
along one side of the inner surface, and the ribs
II along the other side- of the inner surface, With
the ribs I0 and II relatively staggered lengthwise
of the housing.
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One side surface of the back l of the'4 comb is
provided with notches I2 which, under certain
circumstances, register with the ribs III to guide
60 the comb structure B in its movement within
the housing. The notches l2 are slightly wilder
than the ribs I0 for the sake of economy in manu
facture. In like manner the other side surface
of the back o_f the comb is provided with notches
I3 for cooperating with the ribs I I.
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In the formation of the member A. at the right
hand end, as viewed in the drawings, a back
turned ledge I4 is formed which cooperates with
the tongue 9 on the adjacent end of the comb
structure B to limit outward movement of this
end of the comb structure, as may be observed
in Figure 3. For supporting the comb structure
B in the housing, any suitable means may be uti:
' lized.
The illustrated form of means for ae*A
complishing this purpose is shown as consisting
To project the comb, the operator applies her
thumb to the seat 1 and draws the comb struc
ture B slightly to the left from the position viewed 55.
in Figure 4, whereupon thumb pressure is eased
to enable the’spring Wire I5 to then project the
comb structure to the position shown in Figures 1,
3 and 6. When the comb structure B is pro
jected, as described, a slight forward movement 50
applied thereto by the thumb of the operator will
then move the comb so that the notches in its
back 4 are out of register with the ribs I0 and
II, thereby locking the comb’structure in pro
jected position ready for use.
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The form of the invention illustrated in Figures
10 to 16 inclusive includes a handle portion C
formed at one end with a comb structure I8 and
at the other end with a housing I9 having a slot
20 opening through one edge margin 2|.
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Referring to Figures 10, 12 and 14, the ex
tremity of the housing portion I 9 has its end Wall
portion 22 spaced vertically to provide notches
or openings 23 and 24 in this end of the housing.
The notch 23 is adjacent the bottom wall 25 of 75
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the slot and the notch24 is adjacent the slotted
margin 2|, where thehousing is formed with a
shelf 2G serving as a stop for the adjacent end of
the slidable comb D.
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the comb portion 3| as the comb is moved be
tween housed and projected positions.
When the comb member D is in housed posi
tion, it is locked therein by a longitudinal move
ment to engage the leg 34 of the slot 33 over
the pin 43, as may be observed in Figure 13.
'I'he comb member of this form of the invention
is manipulated by the operator to projected or
The slidable comb member D comprises a back
21, a plurality of teeth 28, and at its front end
a finger 29 aligned with the teeth 28 and form
ing an end stop to engage the margin 30 of the
piece 26 of the housing member to limit longi `housed position as follows:
10 tudinal movement of the comb member in one
'I'he comb member D in projected position as 10
direction when projected. At the other end, the shown in Fig, 12, is locked in this position by a
comb is formed with an integral part 3| carrying longitudinal movement given to the comb mem
a curved widened portion or saddle 32 against ber when projected to engage the tongue 38 in
which the operator’s thumb is applied to shift the notch 24 of the end of the housing and to
the comb member longitudinally for locking it in bring the notch 35 into engagement with the pin 15
projected postion andl also for use in housing the 43, thus securely-locking the comb in projected
comb within the slot of the housing portion i9 position for use in combing hair.
of the curling device.
After an operator has wound a tress of hair
Referring to the comb member D as it appears about the housing member, with the comb mem
in Figures 12 and 13, a vertical notch 33 is formed ber D projected, and the curl is sufficiently 20
in the portion 3| extending downwardly from the formed, the comb member is then housed by
upper margin of "the comb back and terminates the operator engaging her thumb with the sad
in an L-shaped portion 34 which constitutes a dle 32 moving thev comb member D to the left,
slot leg.~ On the same side of the slot 33 and as viewed in Figures 12 and 13 so as to bring the
25 adjacent the margin of the comb back, the por
vertical portion of the notch 33 in alignment with
tion 3| is additionally notched at 35 to form an-l the pin 43 whereupon the comb member D is
other leg, which notch has a margin 36 substan
moved into the slot in the position shown in
tially parallel to the margins of the leg 34 of Fig. 13 and then given a longitudinal movement
the notch. Rearw'ardly of the part 3| is a tail to the right to engage the leg 34 of the notch
30 piece 31. At the forward end of the comb struc»
with the pin 43 thus locking the comb member
ture, a lug 38 extends forwardly of the front ñn
ger 29 adjacent the upper margin of the back
2l for engagement with the notches 23 and 24,
dependingr on the position of the comb member D
v35 with respect to the slot.
For normally urging the comb member D .to
projected position, the spring E is` utilized. The
spring E is illustrated as formed from flat stock,
wavy in edge elevation and having a loop 39 at
40 one end, held in place by a rivet 40. 'I'he free
end 4| extends along the back of the comb mem~
ber D and rides against the rear or left~hand end
of the comb member, as shown in Figure 13,
when the comb member is housed. When the
45 comb member is projected, as illustrated in Fig
ure l2, the free extremity of the spring bears
against the back of the comb member.
In order to prevent the rear end of the comb
member D from being kicked out of the slot when
projected, suitable means are provided for en
gaging the tail piece 31.
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The means herein illustrated, for this purpose,
includes a looped wire 42 having the ends of its
legs inturned and entered in holes in the side
55 surfaces of the handle. The bail 'or cross por
tion 42a crosses the slot 20 and overlies the tail
piece 3l of the comb member D. A projection
42D is formed on one of the side surfaces of the
handle in such position as to be engaged by one
of the legs of the wire to hold its bail in place,
To displace the wire, for removal of the comb
member, its said leg may be snapped over the
_projection 42b as the wire is swung about its leg
ends, in clockwise direction, as Viewed in Figures
in housed or inactive position.
The several comb structures of this invention
are illustrated as relatively thin with respect to
their heights, with the overall dimensions but
slightly greater than that of ordinary hand
combs.
To form a roll-up curl with the form of the
invention illustrated, the procedure is as follows:
The operator collects a tress of hair on the head
of the customer and combs out this tress from
the head of the custpmer to the tips of the hair,
until the several hairs are properly separated.
The operator then holds the ends of the hair
against the body po‘rtion of the device, with the
comb teeth projected, and beginning at~ the tip
ends of the hair of the tress rolls the tress on
the body of the device until the device is rolled‘
fiatwise against the head of the customer. Dur
ing this movement, the teeth have been projected
to prevent accidental displacement-of the curl.
When the tress has been rolled as far as possible,
or as far as desirable, the teeth are then housed
to free them from the curl, whereupon the
device may be withdrawn, endwise from the
curl, without disturbing any part of it. The
operator then presses the curl against the head
of the customer and pins it in place, there to re
main until the hair is dry.
Pin curls may be made with the device of the
present invention by rolling a tress of hair, as
explained. When the tress has been sufficiently
rolled, the device is applied with its right-hand
end, as viewed in the drawings, endwise against
the head of a wearer and the curl pushed oif the‘
device against the head of the wearer, and there
held and pinned. In order to push the curl oíî
in projected or operative position while Figure 13 , thel device, the teeth have to be retracted or
10, 12 and 13. 4
Figure 12 illustrates the comb member D locked
illustrates the comb member D in housed or in
inoperative position, in which position it is also
70 locked against projection.V
It will be observed that when the comb mem
ber D is locked in projected position, the edge 3S
of the notch 35 is engaged over a pin 43 suitably
supported in the side walls of the slot and which
75 piu works within the slot 33 of the rear end of
housed,
In the formation of curls with the device of
the present invention, the hair is wound about
the body portion of the device as tightly as the
operator deems best, and then, with the comb
teeth retracted, the device may be withdrawn
from the curl without disturbing any of the hairs
of the curl. By forming a curl in the manner
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stated, the, ends of the hairs are inside _the curl,
, rather than outside, so that the resultant effect is l
a pleasing one. The appearance of curls fash
ioned with the'device of the present invention
is an improvement over curls fashioned by wind
ing tresses of hair about the fingers of the op
erator, as curls so formed have the ends of the
hairs on the outside of the curls giving an appear
ance which is anything but pleasing and uniform.
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The present invention concerns itself, in the
main, with a device whereby hair may, with a
single instrument or tool, be combed and curled,
enabling the operator to form curls of even shape,
size and appearance, and enabling her to fashion
15 many more curls than she could do otherwise,
and thus expediting hair dressing without fatigue
to the operator or to the customer.
The comb structures of' the present invention
are manufactured from such materials as may
be readily sterilized without harm or damage -to
any of the parts.
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The invention has been described herein more
or less precisely as to details, yet it is to be un
derstood thatthe invention isA not to be limited
thereby as changes may be made in the arrange
30 lnient and proportion of parts and equivalents
may be substituted, without departing from the
spirit and scope of the invention,
The invention is claimed as follows:
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1. A device of the class described including an
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of said slot having cooperating ribs and grooves
for guiding the comb in its movement in said
slot, and said comb being endwise shifted when
in outward position to effect misalignment of said
ribs and grooves to therebylock said comb in
said outward position.
4. A device of the class described including an
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu 10
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
handle'portion and a body portion, said body
portion being formed with an elongated slot
opening through one edge margin, a comb
slidably mounted in said slot, spring means act 15
ing against saidcomb to urge »it outwardly, said
spring and combl being relatively endwise mov
able to enable longitudinal shifting of the comb,
and means bearing against the comb back when
the same is in outward position and has been
shifted to lock said comb in said position.
5. A device of the class described including an
' The device of the present invention contem
plates an elongated structure having a slot in
which comb teeth may be projectedß or housed,
as occasion demands.
relatively endwise movable to enable longitudinal
shifting of the comb, said comb and the side walls
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lai;` form iniend elevation and comprising a
handle portion and a body portion, said body
portion being formed. with an elongated slot
opening through one edge margin, a comb slid
40 ably mounted in said slot, spring means acting
against said comb to urge it outwardly to pro
jected position, said -comb and slot walls having
cooperating guide means, and said comb being
endwise shifted when in projected position to
eiîect misalignment of the guide means to lock
said comb in said outward position.
2. A device of the class described including an
_ elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
relongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
handle portion and a body portion, said body 25
portion being formed with an elongated slot
opening through one edge margin, a comb slid
ably mounted in said slot, a thumb seat on said
comb at the end thereof adjacent said handle
operable for housing said comb, a spring secured 30
at one end in said handle portion and with its
other end entered endwise in said comb and ex
tending longitudinally thereof and tending nor
mally to urge said comb to outward position with
its teeth projected, the other end of said comb 35
having a part engageable with said body to limit
outward movement of the comb in the slot, said
spring and comb being relatively endwise mov
able to enable longitudinal shifting of the comb,
said comb and the side Walls of said slot having 40
cooperating ribs and grooves for guiding the comb
in its movement in said slot, and-said comb being
endwise shifted when in outward position to
eiîect misalignment of said ribs and grooves to
lock said comb in said outward position.
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6. A device of the class described comprising an
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
handle portion and an integral body portion, said
50 handle portion and a body portion,_ said bodyV body portion being formed with an elongated slot 50
portion being formed with an elongated slot
opening through one edge margin, a -comb slid
ably mounted in said slot, a spring secured at
one end in said handle portion and with its other
55 end entered endwise in said comb and extend
ing longitudinally thereof and tending normally
to urge said comb to outward position with its
teeth projected, said spring and comb being rela
tively endwise movable to enable llongitudinal
A6.0 shifting of the comb, and said comb and slot
side walls having cooperating means for guid
ing the comb in its movement in said slot, saidcomb being endwise shiftable when in outward
position to effect misalignment of said guide
acting against said comb which will maintain it
normally in' projected position, said comb being
endwise shiftable when projected to move the
comb grooves out of register with the slot tongues
to thereby lock- the comb in projected position. '
7. In a device of _the class described, in com
bination, an elongated housing member having
a slotted margin, a comb member slidable in said
means to thereby lock said comb in said out
ward position.
opening through an edge margin, tongues formed
on the walls of said slot and terminating in
wardly of the edge margin of the slot, a comb
slidably mounted in said slot, said comb having
grooves adapted to register with said tongues and .55
cooperate therewith to form guide means for pro
jection and housing of the comb, spring means
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3. A device of the class described including an
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
handle portion and a body portion, said body
portion being formed with an elongated slot
opening through one edge margin, a comb shift- ,
ably mounted in said slot, a spring engaging
said comb lengthwise thereof tending to urge it
75 to outward position, said spring and comb being
housing through said slot to projected operative A
position and housed inoperative. position, said
comb member having limited longitudinal move-`
ment within said slot, and said housing and said
comb member having interengageableparts for 70
locking the comb in projected position when said
comb ‘has been projected and given endwise
movement in one direction.
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8. A curling device comprising a member hav
ing a handle and an elongated body of substan 75
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. tially oblong rectangular cross section with a slot
opening through one edge margin. a comb mem
ber slidably arranged in said slot, spring means
acting against said comb member to urge it out
wardly to projected position, said comb member
being endwise shiftable in said slot, and means
rendered effective by endwise movement of the
projected comb member in one direction i'or lock
ing it in projected position.
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9. A curling device comprising a member hav- '
ing a handle and an elongated body of substan
tially oblong rectangular cross section with a
slot opening through one edge margin, a comb
member slidably arranged in said slot, spring
15 means acting against said comb member to urge
it outwardly to projected position, said comb be
ing endwise shiftable in said slot, and means
rendered effective by endwise movement of said
comb member when housed in one longitudinal
20 direction for locking it in _housed position.
10. A curling device comprising a member hav
ing a handle and an elongated body of substan
tially oblong rectangular cross section with a slot
opening through one edge margin, a comb mem
25 ber slidably arranged in said slot, spring means
acting against said comb member to urge it out
wardly to projected position, said comb member
being capable of endwise movement in said slot,
and said body and'said comb member having
80 means engageable on longitudinal movement of
said comb member in the same direction in either
of two positions for locking the comb member
in its then position.
11. In a device ol the class described, means
85 providing a slotted housing, a comb member slid
able within said housing between projected op
erative position and housed inoperative position,
said comb member having a thumb seat formed
at one end and having a C-shaped slot formed in
40 said thumb end of said comb member with legs
of said slot vertically spaced and extending in
the direction of the length of the member, a pin
engaged in said housing and working in said
comb member slot adapted to be engaged by
comb~ member and body having cooperating pin
and notch means which become engaged when
the comb member is moved longitudinally in said
one direction to hold the other end of said comb
member in locked position corresponding to the
locked position of said one end.
14. In a device of the class described, means
comprising a member having a handle and an
elongated body of substantially rectangular cross
section with a slot opening through one edge 10
margin, a comb member slidably arranged in
said slot, spring means acting against said comb
member to urge it outwardly to projected posi
tion, said comb member having a tail piece, and
means on said body for engagement by said tail 15
piece when said comb member is projected to
prevent displacement of said comb member from
said slot.
`15. A curling device having a handle portion
and body portion, said body portion being formed 20
with an elongated slot, a comb member slidable
in said slot between projected or operative posi
tion and housed or inoperative position, a spring
acting against said comb to project it, said comb
being endwise shiftable in said slot when p_ro 25
jected, and said body portion and said comb hav
ing means engageable when said comb is project
ed and endwise shifted in one irection to lock
said comb in said projected position.
16. A device of the class described including an 30
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a
handle portion and a body portion, said body
portion being formed with an elongated slot open
ing through one edge margin, a comb member 35
slidably arranged in said slot, spring means act
ing against said comb member to urge it out
wardly, said comb member and said housing be
ing relatively endwise shiftable, and said comb
member and body portion having means engage
able Ywhen said comb member is projected and
longitudinally shifted for locking the comb mem
ber in projected position.
1'7. A device of the class described including an Y
45 either of said slot legs to hold said comb in se
lected position with respect to said slot.
12. In a device of the class described, means
providing a slotted housing, a comb member slid
elongated member generally of oblong rectangular 45
50 tive position and housed inoperative position, said
ably arranged in said slot, spring means acting 50
against said comb member to urge it outwardly,
said comb member and said housing being rela
tively endwise shiftable, and said comb member
and body portion having means engageable when
said comb member is projected and longitudinally
shifted for locking the comb member in project
ed position, said last means being operative to
prevent endwise shifting of the comb member
g while being moved between housed and projected
form in end elevation and comprising a handle
portian and a body portion, said body portion
being formed with an elongated slot opening
able within said housing between projected opera.-A through one edge margin, a comb member slid
comb member having a thumb seat formed at one
end and having a C-shaped slot formed in said
thumb end of said comb member with legs of
said slot vertically spaced and extending in the
55 direction of the length of the member, a pin en
gaged in said housing and working in said comb
member slot adapted to be engaged by either of
said slot legs to hold said comb in selected posi
tion with respect to said slot, the other end of
60 said comb member being provided with a projec
tion for engaging notches in the end of said
housing when said comb member is shifted to
hold said other end of said comb member in sub
stantial alignment with the rear end of said
65 member as determined by engagement of said
slot legs with said pin.
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13. In a device of the class described, means
providing a slotted housing, a comb member slid
able within said housing between projected oper
ative position and housed inoperative position,
positions.
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18. A device ofthe class described including an
eo
elongated member generally of oblong rectangu
lar form in end elevation and comprising a han
dle portion and a body portion, said body por
tion being formed with an elongated slot opening 65
through one edge margin, a comb member slid
ably mounted in said slot, spring means acting
against said comb member to urge it outwardly,
said comb member being endwise shiftable in said
slot, and means rendered effective by endwise
said comb member having a thumb seat formed ` shifting movement of said comb in one direction
at one end and having a C-shaped slot formed `for locking said comb member in projected posi
in said thumb end of said comb member with tion.
LEONARD GEORGE ARPIN.
legs of said slot vertically spaced and extending
ANDREW J. BEDWELL.
in the direction of the length of the memberJ said
DSSCLEMER
-2,137,828.-Le0mrd George Arpin and Andrew J. Bedwell, Fort Lauderdale', F1a.
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CURLING DEVICE.
Patent dated November 22, 1938.
Disclaimer "filed
. February 21, 1940, by the joint-inventor, Leonard George Arpín.
Hereby enters this disclaimer of claims 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 of said patent.
[Oficial Gazette March 19, 1.940.]
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