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Sept. 24, 1946.` _ `
w. c. >MQELLER ~ .
'Filed sept. 2s, 1944v
' Patented Sept. 24, 1946
William C. Moeller, Kansas City, Mo.
Application September 23, 1944, Serial No. 555,503
1 Claim.
(cl. 20e-42) Y
This invention relates to dispensersA for small
articles, such as tablets or analogous units, and
has for its primary aim to provide a pocket dis
interconnected as at- I4 on the axis of the disc
shaped body, created by bringing together sec- tions I0 and'IZ.
penser that will hold a number of articles where
they may be quickly available one at a time by
Section I0 has a pocket I6 created at the axis
rthereof and it is through the bottom of this pocket
a manipulation of the parts of the dispenser that
I6 that opening I8 is formed to receive hollow
are made in accordance with the present inven
rivet I4 that forms the pivotal connection.
Pocket I6 has an annular side wall within
Further objects of this invention are to pro
which discharge port 20' is formed. The edge of
vide a pocket dispenser for small articles that 10 section I0 is in the form of a flange 22, scalloped
>may be molded or otherwise formed of plastic
as at 24. This flange 22 cooperates with a flange
or suitable light substance; that may include a
or similar structure 26 at the annular edge of
pair of mating sections, pivotally interconnected
section I2.
for relative rotation; that has a series of stalls
In the instance illustrated, flange 22 overlaps
for the individual articles being dispensed; and 15 the edge of section I2 and portion 26 of section
which has a discharge port formed vin one of the
I2 may also be scalloped to form a grip when
aforesaid sections, for successively registering
sections I0 and I2 are relatively rotated about
with the stalls as the sections of the Vdispenser
pivot I4.
are v relatively rotated.
A series of stalls -28 is provided between sections
Other objects of the invention include the spe 20 I0 and I2.- In the form shown, stalls 28 are
ciñc details of construction that are clarilied in
created Within section I2 and arranged in a cir
the accompanying drawing and that will be de
cular path concentric to rivet I4. When section
tailed during the following speciiication, alluding
I0 is in place, the upper parts of these stalls 28
to said drawing, wherein: ~
are closed and the inturned portionk of section I0
Fig. 1 is a perspective stretch-out view of a 25 forming pocket I6 closes the ends of stalls 28 to
pocket dispenser made in accordance with the
prevent accidental escape of articles 30, which
present invention.
in this instance are tablets of conventional type.
Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the dispenser, parts
When port 2i] is in register with one of stalls
being broken away for olearness of illustration.
v28, the >article 30 may move radially into pocket
Fig. 3is a sectional View through the dispenser 30 I6 where it becomes available to the user.
taken on line III-III of Fig. 2.
A plug 32 fits into pocket I 6 when the dispenser
Fig. 4 is a top plan View of a pocket dispenser
is used as a package in the sale of the commodity.
made to embody a modified form of the inven
'I'his plug 32 is substantially nat on its top and
tion; and
cooperates with sections I0 and I2 to produce a
Fig. v5 is a sectional view taken on line V-V 35 relatively thin disc-shaped body having substan
of Fig. 4.
The necessity of carrying small numbersy of
tablets or the like for use one at a time, Yhas
tially flat sides.
The form of the invention illustrated in Figs. 4
and 5_ is not greatly unlike the form just de
grown appreciably since the advent of vitamin
tablets, salt tablets for industrial plant use, and 40
Sections 50 and 52 are of a mating character
the production of other products in tabloid form.
and stalls 54 areprovided in section 50. A rivet
The tablets should be preserved not only against
56v atv the axis of the disc-shaped sections 50 and
crushing, butto maintain their outer Vsurfaces
52 permits `relative movement about the axis of
clean andy sanitary.
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rivet 56.`
The pocket dispenser embodying the broad con
cepts of this invention, is not only usable as a
holder forrfeedingy thetablets one at a time, but
' of pocket B0.
as a carton within which the articles may be
~ tated port 58 successively registers with stalls 54y
packaged for display and sale.
A pocket dispenser made in accordance with
the preferred form of the invention is Aclearly
illustrated in Figs. 1 to 3 inclusive. It is made of
Discharge port 58 in section 52 of this form of
the invention, is in the wall of section 52 outside
As the sections are relatively ro
in section 50 to allow the escape of articles 62.
A protecting shield 64 of tape or other suitable
substance, closes port 58 when th'e dispenser is
used as a carton in the sale of the articles.
clear plastic, or other suitable substance, and
Obviously, pocket dispensers having physical
may be molded or otherwise created to present
characteristics different from those illustrated
a pair of mating sections Iû and I2 pivotally 55 and described may be made without departing
from the spirit of the invention or scope of the
appended claim.
Having thus described the invention, what is
claimed as new and desired to be secured by Let
ters Patent is:
pocket'l formed by one of the sections at the axis
thereof; a discharge port in the said one section
in communication with the pocket, said discharge
port being disposed to successively register with
the stalls as the sections are relatively rotated
A pocket dispenser for small articles compris
whereby the articles are fed. one at a time into
ing a pair of mating, disc-shaped sections; means
for pivotally interconnecting the sections at their
axes for relative rotary movement; a series of
on the edge of each disc-shaped section, said
scallops being aligned when one~ of the stalls is
the pocket from the stalls; and scallops formed
discharge'î port.
stalls between the sections vand in à; path substan 10 in register with the saidj
tially concentric with the pivotal connection; a
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