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Sept. 17, 1946. V K. 'r., BUT-TE'RY ‘ 2,407,919 DISPENSING BOX OR CONTAINER ' Filed Oct. 8, 1945' — 12 J _ -. 1 -—e ' , 5717.1 I INVENTOR. ATTORNEYJ. ~ . Patented Sept. 17, 1946 _ v. 2,401,919 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,407,919 DISPENSING BOX on CONTAINER Kenneth T..Buttery, Kalamazoo, Mich., assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, Kalamazoo, . l Mich., a corporation of Michigan Application October 8, 1945, Serial No. 621,003 2 Claims. (01. 206-—57) . 1 I This invention relates to improvements in dis pensing box or container. ’ The main objects of this invention are: First, to provide a dispensing box or carton members within the side and end members when the carton is erected. This provides closed joints at the corners. . which effectively protects the contents when the The top I is provided with a‘ fracturing line designated generally by the numeral I3 and in carton is closed and at the same time -may be the preferred embodiment illustrated comprises readily opened to afford access to the contents, the relatively long alined slits I 4 and the rela permitting the withdrawal thereof without com tively short fracturing. slits I5 alined therewith. plete opening of the box or distortion thereof. Relatively long slits I6 extend from the ends of Second, to provide a carton having these ad the fracturing slits into the end walls or, stated vantages which provides an effective closure‘ for otherwise, the end walls are provided with ver-' the dispensing opening of the carton. tical slits I6 alined with the fracturing line of Third, to provide a carton of this character the top. The top is also provided with weakened which is simple and economical in structure. lines, either in the form of scores or Spaced slits Objects relating to details and economies of 15 providing hinges 20 for the sections I‘! between the invention will de?nitely appear from the de the fracturing line and these hinges. ' scription to follow. The invention is de?ned in The end walls have diagonal fracturing lines . the claims. ' I8 extending from the ends of the hinges to the A carton which embodies the features of the lower ends of the slits I6. In opening, pressure invention is clearly illustrated in the accompany 20 may be applied to the triangular end portions I9 ing drawing, in which: , of the closure which causes fracture along the Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the closed car fracturing lines I8. The top may then be read ton of my invention. ily fractured along the fracturing line I3. This Fig. 2 is a transverse section with the dispens enables the closure sections to be opened to per ing closure open to dispensing position, a sheet 25 mit grasping of the ?rst sheet of the stack. Pull of material being partially withdrawn. on the sheet will withdraw that sheet and also Fig. 3 is a fragmentary plan view of the blank lift the interfolded sheet to grasping position. from which the carton is formed. After the sheet is withdrawn the closure mem Fig. 4 is an enlarged fragmentary perspective bers may be pressed down to substantially closed view showing further details of the structure. 30 position with the end of the next sheet to be The embodiment of the invention illustrated is formed of an integral blank and comprises a top withdrawn projecting between their adjacent edges. wall I having end walls 2 joined thereto by fold The closure members serve to provide substan ing scores 3 and side walls 4 joined to the top tial protection for the contents after the car wall by the folding scores 5. The side walls have 35 ton has been opened. complementary bottom members 6 while the end I have illustrated and described my invention walls have bottom members 1, these bottom in a practical embodiment thereof. It will be members being joined to their respective side understood that the terms “top” and “ends” are and end walls by means of the hinge scores 8. used mainly for convenience in description as The bottom members are sealed together after 40 cartons or containers of this type are sometimes the contents are placed in the carton. The de supported in an inverted position, or in sidewise tails of this sealing is not illustrated but will be . or endwise in suitable holders as may be desired. understood by those skilled in the art. Having thus described my invention what I The contents 9 are desirably arranged in the claim as new and desire to secure by Letters container in interfolded relation‘ to facilitate 45 Patent is: withdrawal so that when one sheet of material l. A dispensing carton comprising a top wall, is withdrawn the end of the next sheet is par and end walls integral therewith, the top wall tially withdrawn to grasping position. These in having a central fracturing line extending‘ from terfolded stacks of sheet material are well known end to end thereof and comprising spaced rela in the art. 50 tively long slits and relatively short strips be The side and end members are provided with tween said long slits, the end walls having slits integral bellows fold corner members I 0 hing of substantial length alined with and joining the edly connected to the ends ‘of the side and end fracturing line of the top, the top wall also hav members by the scores I I and having diagonal ing weakened hinge lines parallel to and spaced scores I2 which permit the folding of the corner 55 from said fracturing line, the end walls having 2,407,919 4 3 diagonally disposed fracturing lines extending from said hinge lines to the outer ends of said slots in said end walls, the top wall sections be line of the top, the top wall also having weak ened hinge lines parallel to and spaced from its fracturing line, the end walls having diag tween said hinge lines when the Walls are frac onally disposed fracturing lines extending from tured along said fracturing lines constituting said hinge lines to the outer ends of the frac turing lines of said end walls, the wall sections between said hinge lines when the walls are closure members swingable to oppositely inclined positions and from between which the contents of the carton may be withdrawn. ‘ i ~ ‘ fractured along said fracturing lines constitut ing closure members swingable oppositely and 2. A dispensing carton comprising a top wall, and end walls integral therewith, the top Wall 110‘ from between which the contents of the carton’ having a fracturing line extending from end to__ 7 end thereof, the end walls havingfracturi-ng lines extending from the ends of the fracturing _ maybe withdrawn. KENNETH T. BUTTERY.