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n July Q, 1935.
E, LEAVENS
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SERVINGv TRAY
Filed May' 19, 1934
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2,007,541
Patented July 9, 1935
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PATENT »OFFICE
UNITED STATES
2,007,541
SERVING TRAY
Robert E. Leavens, Houston, Tex.
Application May 19, 1934, seri-a1 No. 726,616
Z Claims.
(Cl. 311-21)
the rods 9 of the corresponding pair. The rods 9
at each end may be adjusted outwardly or in
‘ ` of the character described specially designed for wardly as a unit, the cross ribs 3, 4 forming stops
use'in serving occupants of motor vehicles and against which the corresponding rod I0 abuts to l
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5 which may be readily swung from the doors of limit the adjustment.
There is a hanger at each end of the tray,
the vehicle at a convenient location for those 'be-V
each hanger comprising the side bars l I, I l which
ing served.V
.
Another object of the invention is to provide are pivoted to the outerl ends of the respective
adjustable means for suspending the tray and rods 9 and which converge outwardly and ter
This invention relates to a serving tray.
An objectof the invention is to provide a tray
v10 which may be accommodated to any Vtype of ve
hicle.
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minate in the overturned hook l2, which is cov 10
ered by a suitable covering VI3 of rubber or other
Another object is to provide a serving trayy similar material so as to not mar the doors of
which is composed of few parts, may be Veasily
In use the tray may be inserted through the
handled and readily collapsed into folded posi- ‘
door of the `vehicle when the glass is lowered and 15
tion when not in use.
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VWith the above and other objects in view, the the hooks of Ythehangers engaged over the upper
invention has particular relation to certain novel margins of the vehicle doors i4.
As is apparent the hanger may be adjusted as
features of construction, arrangement of parts
and use an example of which is given in this required depending on the width of the vehicle.
The drawing Vand description disclose what is 20I
20 specification and illustrated Vin the accompany
the
vehicle.
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now considered to be a preferred form of the in-V
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vention by way of illustration, only, while the
Figure 1 shows a plan view of the tray.
Figure 2 shows an edge View thereof in posi-' broad principle of the invention-will be deñned
ing drawing wherein:
tion for use.
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by the appended claims.
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Figure 3 shows a fragmentary longitudinal sec
tional view taken on the line 3-3 of` Figure 4,
and
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What I claim is:
1.` A tray having transverse cross ribs on the
underside thereof one at each end and one spaced ‘
Figure 4 shows a fragmentary bottom plan inwardly from said end ribs, a longitudinal rib on
view partly in section.
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, In the drawing the numeral lI designates the
tray proper which is preferably rectangular in
form. The underside of the tray has the longi
tudinal, marginal ribs 2, 2 and at each end has
the transverse ribs 3, 4, the former of which is lo
35 cated at the end of the tray and the latter of
which is spaced inwardly from the former as
the underside of the tray at each margin, a cover
plate' secured to said marginal ribs, the ends of
the cross ribs being spaced Afrom the marginal
ribs, a pair of longitudinal bearing sleeves, at
each end `of the tray, located in said spaces be
tweenV said’ ribs," anchor rods slidable in said
sleeves, cross rods connectingk the anchorrods of
each pair and whose range of movement is lim
shown in Figures `3 and 4. There is a bottom ited by said cross ribs at each end of the tray,
plate 5 whose margins are fastened to the mar and a hanger pivoted to the outer ends of the rods
ginal ribs 2,- 2 and transverse finishing plates 6 of each pair of anchor rods.
v2.‘A tray having transverse cross-ribs on the
40 are suitably secured to the ends of the tray. The
ends of the ribs 3, 4 are spaced from the corre under side thereof, one at each end, and one
sponding marginal ribs 2, 2 to provide spaces to spaced inwardly from each of said end ribs, a lon
receive the elongated' tubular sleeves 1, 1 which gitudinal rib on the under side of the tray at each
are secured therein at each end of the tray. The side margin, a cover plate secured to the marginal l
45 outer ends of these sleeves 1,11 extend through
and are securely anchored to thefcorrespond
ing ñnishing plates 6, The facing sides of the
sleeves 1 have the longitudinal slots 8, 8 eX
tending from the ribs 3 to the ribs 4. Mounted
50 in the sleeves 1 are the rods 9, 9 and connecting
the rods 9, 9 of each pair at each end of the
tray are the cross rods I0 which work through the
corresponding slots 8 and are rigidly attached to
ribs, a pair of longitudinal bearing sleeves at each 45
end of the tray'extended inwardly beyond said
Y inwardly spaced ribs, anchor rods slidable inY said
sleeves, cross rods connecting the anchor rods of
each pair and whose range of movement is lim
ited by the cross ribs at the ends of the tray, and
a hanger pivoted4 to the outer ends of the rods of
each pair of anchor rods.
ROBERT E. LEAVENS.
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