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I Dec. 17, 1946.
H. A. EAs'rERBRoéKs
PILLOW HEAD COVER
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2,412,769 _
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‘Filed Jan. 21, 1944 "
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INVENTOR
ATTQRN EY S. ‘
Patented Dec. 17, 1946
2,412,769
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,412,769
PILLOW HEAD COVER
Harold A. Easterbrooks, Providence, R. I.
Application January 21, 1944, Serial No. 519,168
1 Claim. (01. 5—339)
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This application relates to a pillow for the
head and more particularly to a covering for the
head when resting on the pillow.
Heretofore in sleeping in a cold room the top
This flap Il may be folded down over the face
I2 as shown in Fig. 1 or it may be folded down
over the face II. Buttonholes I8 are provided
adjacent the corners of the free edge I9 which
of one’s head often became so cool it was 5 may be engaged by the buttons 20 on the tabs
dif?cult to sleep‘, this is particularly true of those
ZI which are secured along the side at a point
having a bald head. Caps have been worn to
spaced from the fold I3 and at a location where
avoid cooling of the head but frequently a cap
they may be buttoned into the buttonholes I8
becomes dislodged while sleeping and the per
son will be awakened due to the cooling of the
head.
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One of the objects of this invention is to pro
vide a pillow cover which will have attached
to hold the flap IS in position.
If it is desired to fold the ?ap over the oppo
site face I I this may be easily accomplished while
the same tabs may be utilized for holding the
flap in position over the face I I. Either the same
button 20 may be utilized as secured to the flap
thereto an arrangement so that the top of the
head may be tucked into a pocket or cover pro 15 by buttoning them through the buttonholes from
vided on the pillow.
the opposite surface or additional buttons 20'
Another object of the invention is to provide a
may be provided on the flap for this purpose.
head covering which cannot become dislodged
In use after the flap has been secured in po
but will remain in place as a part of the pillow.
sition the person may tuck the head between the
Another object of this invention is to provide 20 flap and the face of the pillow so a covering for
an arrangement which will extend over either
the head will be provided. The head will be
face of the pillow so that the same may be re
tucked in only su?iciently so breathing may be
,
readily had to facilitate which the ?ap will not
With these and other objects in view, the in
be sufficient to extend over the full face of the
versed.
vention consists of certain novel features of con 25 pillow.
I claim:
struction, as will be more fully described and
particularly pointed out in the appended claim.
In the accompanying drawing:
A removable pillow-case formed of sheet fab
ric having two opposed rectangular portions se
cured together along their opposite sides and
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a pillow equipped
with my invention and illustrating a person using 30 open at one end to removably receive a pillow
the same;
Fig. 2 is a perspective view looking at the edge
of the pillow-case with the pillow removed;
therethrough, an extension fiap also of rectangu
lar shape having one side attached along one of
said secured sides and having a continuous
Fig. 3 is a sectional View on line 3-—3 of Fig. 2.
straight free edge along its opposite side, said
With reference to the drawing, I have provided 35 ?ap being of a width less than the width of said
from one piece of material, such as cotton sheet
rectangular portions to overlie one of the two
ing, a pillow-case designated generally I0 which
rectangular portions but part of the width there
of to provide a pocket for the top of the head
which are secured together as by folding as at
of a person with his head resting on the pil
I3 and secured together as at I4 such as by suit 40 low receiving portion, and securing means com
able sewing or the like. The end or edges I5
prising tabs on one of said portions having but
and I 6 are open so as to permit a pillow to be
tons thereon and buttonholes in said ?ap to re
slid into the space between the face sheets II
ceive said buttons.
and I2. A flap I'I extends from the junction of
the edges of the face II and I2 and may be one 45
HAROLD A. EASTERBROOKS.
part with either of these face sheets and is here
shown being as one part with the face I I.
consists of a face sheet II and a face sheet I2
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