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US2185605A
US2185605A US204168A US20416838A US2185605A US 2185605 A US2185605 A US 2185605A US 204168 A US204168 A US 204168A US 20416838 A US20416838 A US 20416838A US 2185605 A US2185605 A US 2185605A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D75/00Packages comprising articles or materials partially or wholly enclosed in strips, sheets, blanks, tubes, or webs of flexible sheet material, e.g. in folded wrappers
    • B65D75/52Details
    • B65D75/54Cards, coupons, or other inserts or accessories
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D85/00Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials
    • B65D85/07Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles
    • B65D85/08Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles rod-shaped or tubular
    • B65D85/10Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles rod-shaped or tubular for cigarettes
    • B65D85/1081Inserts or accessories added or joined to the container, e.g. coins, pens, cards, spacers
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10STECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10S206/00Special receptacle or package
    • Y10S206/805Rubber band

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. Jan. 2 1 Y J. M. MURPHY ET AL 2,135,605

' PACKAGE ACCESSORY Filed April 25, 1958 I Jhzzllflzapy y Patented Jan 2,

. 2,185,605 g PACKAGE, ooEssoaY .ib n M; Murphy,

Shamokin; and Thomas A. t I

, Burba, Jr., Paxin'os; Pan

'i'App icatioh is n 25, icssQsei-nl No. 204,168

.9 Claims. (o1.}20s-'-41) This invention relates to accessories/for pack-- ages ofelongated articles whichare removed from time to time in part only and not returned to the package. Moreiparticularly the invention re- 1 lates to an accessory fora ci'gar'ette package in co nection with which the invention was con- 1 ceived.

-' "Cigarettes and like articles are customarily packed in oblong packages of paper or the like,

. i0 andthe cigarettes are arranged therein in parallel relation .toeach othen-usualiy tiers or rows of three. [it is the general practice'in the trade to thus package and sell .cigarettes'and it is customary to form the packages of paper. It

Iii islcommon practice amongusers of cigarettes, ,tog'tear away part of one, end ofthe package to expose the endsioi several cigarettes for extracting the same one at, a time by pulling the cigae v rette longitudinally out through the torn away 20 part or the package, Cigarette users have experienced that after a numberoi. cigarettes have been removed from a package,- the remaining cigarettes become dislodged froin their original" position and lie obliquely within the package in such a manner that their withdrawal becomes U of manufacture or which may be inserted-bythe purchaser. A further object, is-t'o provide an accessorywhich will insure ready access tothe ciga rettes at the openend of a package until the last cigarette has beefl'withdrawn. I

'It is a further object of the'inventionto provide adevice which} will not only serve to move the cigarettes progressively toward thepackage M) v opening hut will also serve toma ntain the pack-.

age in its original shape It is a further object of the inventionto rpro-e same may be einbodiedin a packagefofcigarettes without adding materiallyto the cost of the produ'ctionthereof. I

Other objects andadvantages of the invention 5Q will'bec ome' .ap'parent'as' thisdescription, proceeds, having regardtothe-attached drawing in which like referencenumerals indicate like parts throughout the several figures, and inw hich Figure 1 is a perspective view oi'a package of i :55 cigarettes with the accessory placed therein at its contents; 1 Figure 4 is asectionai View taken on line 44 of Figure 3;

- nd becomes misshapenrafterj a few of the ciga' thereof 4 r I Figure "2 is a perspective View of the accessory;

Figure 3 is a side view of. a cigarettepackage UNITE earns TjfOF FlCE one side of the package," parts of the package having been brokenaway to show the interior with a side wall thereof removedto show the device inoperative relationwith the package and Figure 5 is a perspective View of a modified springn echani'srn forming a part of the invention; andv j Figure 6 is an el-evational view of the "modified springzmechanism in a folded position preparator y to: its insertion into a cigarette package.

The conventional, cigarette package N1." is

termed of various layers of relatively thin 'fiek-' tibie' paper inthe usual manner. This package is adapted to contain a plurality of cigarettes i2. A cigarettesmokerusually tears away a portion age in this inaner so long as the package issub tents,- for example, have been exhaustedfthe Not. thentop "of the package to expose the ends of several cigarettes, as at M: It. is'usually a sim ple operation to withdraw cigarettes from a pack 1; I

package bec omescrumpled, the cigarettes as the; cigarettes at this opening in an upright and parallel position, the ;accessory, generally indi cated at it, has been provided. This accessory width ofthepackage in whichthe same isto be .used.' The corners 2c of the follower 'i'tt'are preferably rounded so as to facilitate the movement of the follower from one edge of the package to i the other. ,l vide a device of the-class described which can be g manufactured at a minimum cost so that the This follo'wer is inserted in the cigarette package lflflat one edge thereof and in contact with vided' a spring mechanism .22.

M a ms 2 are connected to tension means j surne' oblique positions within the package, "and 1 on the 'whole, the withdrawal. of further, cigarettesthrough the opening i becomes di'iiicult; In order, to insure a'co'ntinuous supply of 'ciga" 'rettes at the opening M, and in order to present which ,willreact tdfthgwithdrawal'of cigarettes "to effect the folding; movement of the arms. For example, eachJend of each arm 24 may be probe drawn towards each other by the elastic bands 28 thus advancing the follower l8 to movecigarettes from the rear of the package toward the forward edge thereof to replace those which have been withdrawn.

Good results can be obtained by using the spring mechanism alone. When the follower l8 is omitted, the ends of one of the arms 24 will rest against the last row of cigarettes. The pres-1 sure of the arm 24 in .contact with the cigarettes willoperate to move them toward the open end of thepackage, and since the arms 2d are preferably as wide as the cigarette tier the pressure will be substantially uniform across the contents The follower I8 is, however, useful in that it serves to distribute the operat of the package.

ing pressure along the length of the cigarettes and guards against damage to the cigarette which might otherwise result.

In order to maintain the package in its original shape, and to prevent crushing thereof, there is provided a supporting member 30 which is similar in size and construction to the follower I8. This member is generally disposed against, the rear'edge of the cigarette package and the spring mechanism 22 is interposed between the 'supporting member 39 and the follower E8. The follower i8 and the supporting member 38 together constitute a support for the package, even though substantially emptied, which lends rigidity thereto and prevents crushing of the same when carried in a users pocket.

The arms 24 of the spring mechanism, may

consist of two strips of flexible material which may be joined together transversely and intermediate the length thereof, for example, by means of a-staple 32. This is however, only one method of construction which may be modified. A modification thereof is illustratedin Figures 5 and 6 of the drawing, wherein the spring mechanism is generally indicated by the numeral 22 and'is formed of a single piece of sheet material, the

ends of which may be joined to form a four-y sided figure as shown' in Figure 5. This figure inaythen be creased or scored at the points 34 to permit folding of the same in the manner illus-' trated iii-Figure 6 of the drawing. This method of i construction eliminates the use of staples or itsconstruction.

' Since this accessory is adapted to bepacked with cigarettes at the place of manufacture, and.

other attaching means but may be less desirable than the principal form of the mechanism because of the greater amount of material required for since it is contemplated that the package together with the accessory be discarded after the-cigarettes have been used, the same must be capable of construction at a very low cost so that no. j' addition need bemade tothe eventual costof "cigarettes to the user. contemplated that the accessory be constructed Towards this end it is of light weight sheetstock such as cardboard, of the Bristol board type, although theprecise mate- Irial may be determined by'convenience in the,

manufacture. v

While the invention has been disclosed in two forms and has been described in connection with cigarette packages it is' expected that various modificationsin the construction thereof may be' made and its use may be varied; It is, therefore, not desired to limit the use of the invention other than by the'limitations imposed thereon'by the subjoined claims.

What we claim is:

1. An accessory for packages'of elongated ar-- a: be placed in contact with said articles to-ad- Vance the same toward an opening in the pack age, said spring mechanism consisting of a pair ticles comprisinga springmechanism adapted to of interconnected arms foldable upon'themselves about-a transverse line located intermediate their ends, and means interconnecting the ends offeach of said" arms for. moving the same to folded position. v I 2. An accessory for packages-of elongated'an ticles comprising a follower adapted to contact;

the articles throughout substantially their entire length, a spring mechanism for urging said follower against said articles to advance the same; toward an opening in the package, said spring mechanism consisting of a pair of interconnected arms foldable upon themselves about a trans-:-

verse linelocated intermediate their ends and ['1 2 means interconnecting theends of each of said arms for moving'the same to folded position,

cles comprising a support member, a follower 3. An accessory for packages of elongated artiadapted to contact the articles throughout substantially their entire length, a-spring mechanism interposed between-said sup-port member: and said follower for urging: said follower against said ing of a pair of interconnected arms foldable upon themselves about a transverse line located intermediate their ends, and'means interconnecting" the ends'of each of said arms for moving the same *1 to folded positional 4. An accessory for packages ofelongated articles comprising a'follower adapted to contact the articles throughoutsubstantially their entire length, a spring'm'echanisrn for urging said fol.- lower againstsaid articles to advance thesame towards an opening'in the package, said spring.

mechanism consisting of .a' pair'of arms joinedto each other along aitransverse line intermediate their length andbeing foldable upon'themselves about said joint, and means interconnecting the articles to advance the same'toward an opening in the package, said" spring mechanism consistends of each of said: armsformoving the same ,to'

folded position. v r v l 5. An accessory for packages of elongated articles comprising a support member, a follower adapted to (contact the article's'throughout substantially their entirelength, a spring mechanism interposed between said support member and said follower for urging-said follower against said;

articles to advance the sametowards an opening in the package, said spring mechanism consisting I of a pair of arms, joined to each other alonga transverse line intermediatetheirlength and being foldable upon themselves about said joint,

and means interconnecting the "ends ofeach-of said arms for moving the same to foldable position. I

articles throughout substantially their entire length,a spring mechanism forurging said follower against said articlesf'toladvance the same toward an opening in the package, said spring mechanism consisting of a pairof interconnected 6. An accessory for packages of elongated arti-I v cles comprising a follower adapted to contactthe arms foldable upon themselves about a transverse line located intermediate their ends, an elastic band interconnecting the ends of each of saidarms for moving the same to folded position.

'7. -An accessory for packages of'elongated articles comprising a support member, a follower adapted to contact the articles throughout substantially their entirelength, a spring mechanism 'moving the same to folded position.

8. An accessory for packages of elongated articles comprising a follower adapted to contact'the articles throughout substantially their entire length, a spring mechanism for urging said follower against said articles to advance the same towards an opening in the package, said spring mechanism consisting of a pair of arms joined to each other along a transverse line intermediate their length and being foldable upon themselves about said joint, and an elastic band interconnecting the ends of each of said arms for moving the same to folded position. I

9. An accessory for packages of elongated articles comprising a support -member, a follower adapted to contact the articles throughout substantially their entire length, a spring mechanism interposed between said support member and said follower for urging said follower against said articles to advance the same towards an opening in the package, said spring mechanism consisting of a pair of arms joined to each other along a transverse line intermediate their length i and being ioldabde upon themselves about said JOHN M. MURPHY. THOMAS A, BUR-BA, JR.

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