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Aug. 6, 1946.‘ P. GILLILAND 2,405,124 GARMENT HOLDER Filed Dec. 1, 1944 19 29 6' 2 22 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 10 13 24 . l3 _ . _ _ . . INVENTOR. frenzy/ca (52/2 Z/v/Zovnd BY ATTORNEYS \ Patented Aug. 6,1946 2,405,124 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,405,124 GARMENT HOLDER Prentice Gilliland, Los Angeles, Calif. Application December 1, 1944, Serial No. 566,146 (01. 206—7) 1 Claim. 2 The invention relates to a case for holding taken on the line 1—-'l of Figure 2, looking in articles of wearing accessories, such as ties, socks, the direction of the arrows. Figure 8 is a view similar to Figure '7 through handkerchiefs, other foldable articles of wear ing apparel. the smaller end of the body of the case, taken on the line 8--8 of Figure 2, looking in the direc The primary object of the invention is the pro vision of a case of this character, wherein the body and cover sections thereof are constructed so that articles placed therein, will be held or derly and in a folded smooth condition, for ready and easy access, to be selectively acquired with dispatch, the case being adapted ‘for use by travelers or for household use, and is compact for the carrying thereof in a suitcase, or within tion of the arrows. Figure 9 is a fragmentary vertical sectional View taken on the line 9—9 of Figure 1 looking in the direction of the arrows. Similar reference characters indicate corre sponding parts throughout the several views in the drawings. Referring to the drawings in detail, A desig nates generally the case constructed in accord a drawer of an article of furniture. Another object of the invention is the pro ance with the invention, and in its entirety, it vision of a case of this character, wherein the being hereinafter fully described. cover and body sections thereof effect separate trays for the holding of wearing articles, such The case A comprises a body section It], pref erably of elongated tapering formation, and a similarly shaped cover section II, respectively. The body section 10 is formed with a side wall 12 marginally about the bottom [3 thereof, while one end of the said section is straight at M with rounded corners l5, and the other end I6 of such body section is outwardly arched. as ties, socks, handkerchiefs or other light and small articles of wearing apparel, these being always held smooth and pressed, as well as being in an orderly arrangement within the case to be conveniently located by a user thereof. A further object of the invention is the pro vision of a case of this character, which is simple in construction, thoroughly reliable and effective The top or cover section II is formed with a marginal rim I‘! about the sides and ends in the purposes intended thereof, strong, durable, thereof which are uniformly shaped to the ends of the body section. The cover section II is re movably telescoped over the body section II] for the closing of the case A. The body section In at opposite ends has in neat and attractive in appearance, light in weight, susceptible of being conveniently stored in the least possible space, and inexpensive to manufacture. With these and other objects in view, the in vention consists in the features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts as will be hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in the accompanying drawings, which show the pre wardly ‘bent ?anges I8 and I9, respectively, and the cover section II is also formed with inwardly directed ?anges 20, and 2|, respectively, the lat C ferred and modi?ed forms of construction there of, and pointed out in the claim hereunto ap pended. In the accompanying drawings: Figure 1 is a perspective view of a case con structed in accordance with the invention. Figure 2 is a top plan view of the body of the case with its cover removed. Figure 3 is a sectional view taken on the line Ll ter ?anges being inset with relation to the free edge of the rim I1 and are companions to the flanges 18 and I9, which contact therewith on the fitting of the body and cover sections together. Insertable for removal between these ?anges l8 and I9, and the flanges 20 and 2|, are the ?exible panel-like carrier pieces 22 and 23, re spectively, which conform to the shape of the case A, and at the smaller ends thereof are pro vided spaced transverse slots 24, through which arrows. are adapted to be threaded neck-ties 25, so that portions thereof can be neatly folded into the body and case sections l0 and .H, inwardly of Figure 4 is an inner face view of the cover of the case. the pieces 22 and 23, for the nesting of such ties and the holding of the same pressed and smooth Figure 5 is a vertical transverse sectional view through the cover at the larger end thereof. Figure 6 is a view similar to Figure 5, but at the smaller end of the cover. Figure '7 is a view similar to Figure 5, but through the larger end of the body of the case, - desired. Also adapted to 'be stored within the case A, are handkerchiefs and socks, not shown, these being folded when placed therein, for free 3-4 of Figure 1 looking in the direction of the within the case, and are selectable for use when accessibility. The walls of the body section and cover sec~ 2,405,124 3 4 tion It! and II are provided with matching latching sockets and nibs 2B and 21, respectively, for frictionally holding the said sections together. Cut in each opposite side of the rim [1 of the cover section H, approximately medially elongated upwardly opening body section, a cover thereof, is a ?nger recess 28, which enables the ?anges in the cover section, inset with respect to the free edge of the rim, ?exible panel-like carriers each having a length greater than the distance between the respective flanges of the grasping of the body section I0 to permit easy removal of the cover section I! therefrom, for the opening of the case A. section having a rim removably telescoped on the body section, inwardly directed ?anges on the upper edge and at the ends only of the body section, similarly positioned inwardly directed Each panel-like piece 22 and 23 is provided 10 body and cover sections insertable in the body and cover sections for engaging the ?anges and with a hole 29, so that it can be hung up as a tie-holder, if desired, with the ties suspended therefrom, when upon a hanger, not shown, What is claimed is: A case of the kind described, comprising an 15 means for frictionally holding the sections latched together. PRENTICE GILLILAND.