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April 20, 1948.
M, D|AMANT
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STOCKING DRYER
Filed Nov. 7, 194a
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Patented Apr. 20, 1948
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,440,169
STOCKING DRYER
Malvina Diamant, New York, N. Y.
Application November ‘7, 1946, Serial No. 768,301
1 Claim. (01. 34-95)
1
This invention relates to drying means and
more particularly to a device adapted to hasten
2
In use, a damp stocking 25 is draped over the
holding member I6 as shown in Figure 1 and .
several stockings can be so hung. The drying
the drying of stockings and other lingerie.
element is then rolled upon itself to squeeze the
As is well known, it is customary for ladies to
'rinse out stockings and other lingerie and they 5 remaining moisture out of the stocking and the
rod i8 secured in the hook 20. In the modifica
have in the past experienced considerable diffi
tion shown in Figure 4, the hooks 20 are elimi
culty in drying such items where it is not possible
nated and a tape 30 having a snap fastener or
or practical to place them on the line.
button 3! is provided to hold the rolled drying
The object of this invention is to provide a
medium for drying hosiery and similar items 10 element in the closed position.
While in my description I have described the
drying element as preferably of an absorbent
material such as turkish toweling, any other suit
hasten the drying of the items. A further object
able material may be used. By the same token,
is to provide a device which, when not in use, may
be easily stored in a bureau drawer, closet shelf 15 other means for fastening the rolled up drying
element may be equally well used.
or elsewhere. Other objects and advantages will
It will be appreciated that what I have shown
become apparent from the accompanying descrip
and described is but a preferable form of my in
tion in which:
vention and that many modi?cations can easily
Figure 1 is a plan view partly in perspective
which may be hung in an apartment, kitchen or
bathroom or any suitable place and which will
of the dryer embodying my invention.
Figure 2 is a cross sectional view thereof.
Figure 3 shows the dryer in a rolled position.
Figure 4 shows a slight modi?cation.
Figure 5 is a perspective view of the form shown
20 be made without departing from the respective
idea.
I claim:
A device of the character described, comprising
a head piece, a pair of absorbent sheet members
in Figure 4.
25 depending from said head piece, a strip of mate
rial sewn to each of said sheet members for hold
Referring more particularly to the drawings,
ing stockings or the like, a rod in the lower portion
dryer Ill may consist of a single element or a
of said sheet members and means on said head
double element as shown. A head member I I is
piece to engage said rod when said sheet members
furnished with a suitable hanger l2 pivoted there
to. Depending from the head member II is a 30 are rolled to hold them in a rolled position.
MALVINA DIAMANT.
?exible member l5, preferably made of turkish
toweling or other highly absorbent material. As
REFERENCES CITED
previously stated, one or more drying elements l5
may be hung from the head piece I I.
The following references are of record in the
Adjacent to the top of the drying element I5 35 file of this patent:
is a band or holding element l6 stitched at I‘! to
UNITED STATES PATENTS
the drying element or otherwise fastened. Pref
erably a rod H3 in the lower end i9 of the drying
Number
Name
Date
element l5 and hooks 20 are provided in the head
1,156,669
Cottrell ___________ __ Oct. 12, 1915
piece to engage the rod when the drying element 40 2,084,230
Wanamaker ______ .. June 15, 1937
is rolled up.
2,263,418
Ganim ___________ __ Nov. 18, 1941
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