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Dec. 24, 1946. v. P. AMOTH 2,412,938 ' ' ALL PURPOSE UTILITY PENCIL CASE Filed 001;. 12, 1944 2 Sheets-Sheet ‘l ' ' - INVENTOR.‘ Verona Pearl Amoi/z ~BY a I ' - v ATTD R N EYE Dec. 24, 1946. V. P. AMOTH ‘ _ 2,412,938 ALL PURPOSE UTILITY PENCIL CASE 2Sheets-Sheet 2 Filéd Oct. 12, 1944 ‘lt.'? lW],l ll 2/ Fly 6. /2 , /0\ ///l / / II Ill 1/ ’ INVENTOR. 17‘ Verona, Pear-Z Amolh ,f BY A‘ITDRNEYS ; 2,412,938 Patented Dec. 24, 1946 UNITED STATES‘ PATENT orrlcs Application October 12, 1944, Serial No. 558,409 3 Claims. (01. 211-69) 2 Figure 9 is a side view showing the device in standing position on a support. Similar reference characters indicate corre The invention relates to a utility case, and more especially to an all-purpose pencil carrier or holder. The primary object of the invention is the sponding parts throughout the several views in provision of a device of this character, wherein a number of pencils can be conveniently carried, ready for service and selection, either on the per the drawings. Referring to the drawings in detail, A desig nates generally the device constructed in ac cordance with the invention in its entirety, and in this instance, comprises a ?at faced substan son or upon a support, such as a desk or the like. the device when worn on the person prevents the wearing of holes in the pockets, the points of 10 tially rectangular shaped casing Ill, having the rounded corners H and edges 12, respectively, the pencils being protected and prevented from while the front face I3 is solid, and the back puncturing a garment during the carrying face M is windowed, the latter being normally thereof. closed by a shutter-like prop 15. The prop I5 Another object of the invention is the provision of a device of this character, wherein each pen 15 is provided with flexible pivot arms l5 formed with socketed trunnions ll, there being removably ' cil or other writing instrument is separately con ?tted in seats [8 therefor formed in the inner ?ned, and is readily accessible for handy use, the faces of the side edges I9 of the casing ID, so that device being novel and unique, and the pencils the said prop can be swung to a position for A further object of the invention is the pro 20 propping the casing on a support in a forwardly direction, as best seen in Figure 9 of the drawings, vision of a device of this character, wherein when held thereby are secure and in order. and in this manner, the device serves as a stand the holding of the pencils eliminates breaking for pencils on a desk or the like. The prop l5 thereof when carried in their orderly manner. when closed is fractionally'latched as at 20, best A still further object of the invention is the \ provision of a device of this character, which is 25 seen in Figure 3 of the drawings. Formed interiorly of the casing it} at its bot tom portion are horizontally spaced pencil point simple in construction, thoroughly reliable and e?icient in purpose, strong, durable, neat in ap pearance, enabling a pencil to be selected with pockets or seats 2|, which are tapered corre spondingly to the points of pencils 22 to be re dispatch, and inexpensive to manufacture. With these and other objects in view, the in- 30 ceived thereby. In vertical alignment with these pockets or vention consists in the features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts as will be hereinafter set forth in detail, illustrated in the accompanying drawings, which show the pre ferred and. modi?ed forms of construction there of, and pointed out in the claims hereunto ap pended. In the accompanying drawings seats 2| and formed in the top edge of the cas ing H3 are pencil receiving holes or clearances 23, so that the pencils 22 can be removably inserted 35 into the casing [0 to direct the points into the seats or pockets 2|, with the blunt or rubber car rying ends of the said pencils protruding out wardly of the casing for a limited degree, where by they may be selectively acquired for service. Figure 1 is a front elevation of the device con structed in accordance with the invention. 40 Figure 2 is a side view. Figure 3 is a sectional view taken on the line 3-3 of Figure 1 looking in the direction of the arrows, Figure 4 is a view similar to Figure 3 showing 45 the swinging prop partly extended. The casing can be made of any selected mate rial and may be of any desired size, while the pencil grouping can be varied. This casing l0 can be worn in the pocket of a garment or brought to a standing position on a support, which is optional with a user thereof. The cas ing Ill also can be hung on a nail or the like, a hole 24 being provided for this purpose. Figure 5 is a fragmentary perspective view of Supplemental seats 25 are provided for the the prop, detached. arms' l6, which are brought into use when the Figure 6 is a sectional view taken on the line 6-6 of Figure 3 looking in the direction of the 50 device is placed in a standing position on a sup port, as shown in Figure 9 of the drawings, the arrows. trunnions ll being interchangeable in such seats Figure 7 is a rear elevation of the device. I8 and 25, as should be obvious. Figure 8 is a sectional view taken on the line 8—8 of Figure 7 looking in the direction of the What is claimed is: 55 arrows. 1. A device of the kind described, comprising a. 2,412,938 4 casing having a solid front and a window in the engagement with the window in the back of the back, a plurality of pencil point seats interiorly casing. thereof near one end and engageable through 3. A device of the kind described, comprising openings in the opposite end of the casing, and a prop carried by the casing at the rear side thereof adapted to close said window when in inoperative position and support said casing when in operative position. 2. A device of the kind described, comprising a casing having a solid front and a window in the back, a plurality of pencil point seats inte riorly thereof near one end and engageable through openings in the opposite end of the casing, a prop carried by the casing at the rear side thereof, means swingingly connecting the a casing having a solid front and a window in 10 prop for moving the prop into active and inactive the back, a plurality of pencil point seats inte riorly thereof near one end and engageable through openings in the opposite end of the cas- , ing, a prop carried by the casing at the rear side thereof and means swingingly connecting the prop for moving the prop into and out of lo relation with the casing and means for friction ally latching the prop in an inactive position and in ?tting relation to the window in the rear of the casing. ‘ " VERONA PEARL AMOTH.