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GARMENT HANGER Filed maren e, 1944 /3 Inventor 2,412,735 Patented Dec. 17, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,412,735 GARMENT HANGER Albert F. Isaak, Cedar Falls, Iowa Application March 6, 1944, Serial No. 525,227 1 Claim. 1 This invention appertains to new and useful improvements in garment hangers, the same being an improvement in my Patent No. 2,232,028. (Cl. 223-88) 2 else. In other words, the end portion A is in serted into the collar of the garment entering the slot 5 until the edge of the garment reaches The principal object of the present invention i-s the inner end T of the slot, the distance between to provide a garment hanger similar in construc which and the terminus of the portion B of the hanger will be the equivalent of the average neck tion to the construction in my Patent No. opening of a garment so that the end portion B 2,232,028, but providing more efficiency, is smaller can be readily inserted and the hanger straight in size and more economical in manufacture. cned out. Other objects and advantages of the invention Numeral S denotes a hanger hook having a will become apparent to the reader of the follow ing description. shank ill formed with. a reduced lower portion Il In the drawing: defining a swivelled connection with the body of the hanger. Figure 1 represents a side elevation of the hanger. it will also be observed, that all edge portions Figure 2 is a section on the line 2_2 of Figure 1. 15 including the edge portions of the slot 6 are en Figure 3 is an enlarged fragmentary detailed larged as at i2 for the purpose of reinforcement sectional view taken substantially on the line and also to afford gripping formations to prevent 3--3 of Figure 1. the hanger from slipping from one’s grip. Referring to the drawing wherein like numerals NVhiie the foregoing speciñcation sets: forth the designate like parts, it can be seen that the form invention in specific terms, it is to be understood of the invention shown in Figure 1 may be con that numerous changes in the shape, size and ma~ structed of plastic or some other similar attracf terìals may be resorted to without departing from tive and readily available material. This form the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed of the invention is constructed from an elongated hereinafter. piece of material 5 shaped in the general con 25 Having described the invention, what is claimed iiguration of a hanger, but having a horizontal as new is: slot 6 extending inwardly from one shoulder por A garment hanger comprising a hanger body tion to a point '1, a slight distance beyond the of solid material having a hanger hook, said body mid-point of the body 5. At the inner terminus having an inwardly disposed horizontal garment of the slot 5 the material is formed thick as at 8 . receiving slot extending therein from one shoul to reinforce the body at this point (for rigidness der portion thereof to a point substantially past and additional strength) and this is especially the vertical center of the hanger and having a desirable if the material is of plastic. closed inner end, said body at the inner end of As can be seen in Figure 1, the lower portion the slot being thickened around said end to rein~ of the slot 6. at the outer end thereof ha-s an force the saine, said slot being straight and par upward bulge 9, this for the purpose of prevent-' allel sided and opening at its outer end onto the» ing garments from slipping out of the slot 5 after shoulder portion, said slot having at its open end the same have been properly inserted. an upstanding bottom bulge therein merging into It can be seen, that the hanger is particularly the shoulder portion at an intermediate point adapted for use in applying garments without 40 thereon and adapted to prevent easyl displace necessarily unbuttoning the collar of the garment, ment of garnichts out of the slot. Whether it be coat, dress (blouse) or something ALBERT F. ISAAK.