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US852787A
US852787A US1906309238A US852787A US 852787 A US852787 A US 852787A US 1906309238 A US1906309238 A US 1906309238A US 852787 A US852787 A US 852787A
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    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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'PATENTED MAYA?, 1907.

v A'. G. HERNER.

IRONING BOARD. APPLIOATION FILED Amm'. 190e.

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UNITED STATES PATENT oEEioE. Y.

RTIQIURIG. HOERNER, OF DAYTON, OHIO.

IRONING-BOARD.

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Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May 7, 1907.

Application iled April 2,1906. Serial No. 309,238.

To all whom/ llt may concern:

Be it known that I, ARTHUR G. HOERNER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Dayton, in the county of Montgomery and State of Ohio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in IroningfBoards; and I do declare the following to'be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it'appertains to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanyre erence marked thereon,

^ 1n contact with a table or other device to which it is attached when in use, to the end that the device is entirely free from vibrations during its operation, all as hereinafter more fully described and pointed out in the claims, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, ot which Figure I, is a top plan view of my improved ironing board.- Figz II, is a similar view of the underside showing the same folded. Fig.V III, is a side elevation partly in section showing the ironing board in an operative position. Fig. IV, is a detached' view of one of the ratchet plates. Fig. V, is an enlarged detail of the upper end of the supporting leg, the upper portion thereof shown 1n' section.

In a detail description of the invention, similar reference characters .indicate correspending parts.

The ironing board consists of a combination of two boards, 4to-wit--I which is used for ironing garments generally, and 13 which is a smaller detachable board which is used for ironing smaller articles more articularly sleeves. The main ironin' boarfih has upon its underside two parallel` ribs 2 which are united thereto and extend a substantial distance throughout. the lenvth of said board 1. These ribs ailord two functions, to-wit-they very materially strengthen the board throughout its length, and being enlarged at the head end of' the board, they provide j means for the attachment of other parts presently described. Near the head oi' theboard said board and forming a transverse rib any perceptible warping thereof. The head of the board is provided with a rectangular opening 4 through which the head 6 of a leg 6 projects. ports the board 1 by engaging the up er edge of a table 5, while the extreme hea end of ble as at 5. The head of said leg 6 is cut arts. ich designates the extreme up:

between the the point 7 w per end of the leg 6' nose which bears against the table. This portion of the leg so engaging with the upper side of the table consists' ot a bifurcated memberl constructed of metal joined to a base 21 which is united with the extreme end of the leg by means of a suitable number of' screws 25. The upper port-ion of verse pin' 15. This head permits of the at-I tachment of the sleeve board 13 above and parallel with the ironing board 1,; such attachment is made through means of a meto enter the head of the leg 6' between t e sides 16. The projecting portion 18 has its extreme end 1.8

part 18 .is

the board .l engages the lower side of the vtathe base 21 terminates in a ratchet tooth 17, and the side plates 16 are joined by a trans-v 85` l there is a cross rib 3`on the loiverside of This leg 6 when utilized sup- 65 out as at 8 in order that there may be suffi? 7o cient clearance between said head., and the edge of the table 5 to permit a proper contact-lV l` his contact is made at` and is in the form-oa 75 the upper side of' and having two parallel sides 16 which are 8o tallie member 14 which is secured V tothe 11n-9o der side of the sleeve board 13 and has a p'or- A tion 18 projected therefrom on a proper anule the metallicdiase 1 and thus the said sleeve which combines with the longitudinal ribs 6o 2-2 to strengthen the board and prevent' curved'upwardly to engaffe 95 the cross pin '15, and the under side of t e prvided with ratchet teeth 18 A -which engage the tooth or projection 17 of board 12 is supported in a position parallel loo with the ironing beard l.

The ironing board 'I is susceptible of ad= described, therefore, it is obvious that, the

the rateliets 17 and 1H 'lhe'connection lwtn'een the supporting leg 6 and the ironing hoard l consists of two the inner sides olf the braces 2 just jnstnient in its'position, as will be presently` platos .l which are attzufhod opposite to each 1j;

sleeve board 1J; must likewise be susceptible nos ot adjustment; this is zurroniplished throughI :is before described.l

1 these plates 9 have slots 12 which terminate in one side in ratchet recesses 11. Engaging these ratchet recesses are pins whic i ass through and .engage the upper portion o the leg 6' and engages on each side said recesses 11 It will. be understoodI that the ironing board 1 may be supported on any one of the ratchet recesses throughout the length ofthe openings 12 and thus adjusted 'in its position to thatV extent. This renders as before stated, the necessity of adjusting the sleeveboard 13. 'In order to afford a substantial sup ort for the ironing board 1 throughout its ength, free .from vibrations, I provide a brace cti-operating with the leg 6' and consisting-of a rectangular metallic traine which swings below the board 1 by beimr pivoted at to the lower braces 2. The si es of this frame 19 extend on the outside of the leg 6 and aiy provided With a series of internal ratehets 2'2 which are adapted to engage a v pin 24 at any Lsuitablepoint, said pin being extended through the body of the leg 6.

The upper portion of the openings forrnn the ratchets .22, terminates in an extended slot 23 on each side which provides an entranceforI the` in 24 when the parts are folded'as Fig. I.

I do not wish to limit Inyself tothe adjust- Vable features of the leg 6 as it is obvious the pivot 10 might haves. definite location in the lside braces 2--2 for elgample, in cases where the ironing board was used in connection with a table or other device of a definite height, it would not be necessary to adjust the leg 6 in making the proper connections between said table and the ironing board, therefore, the .pivotal connection between the leg 6 and the board l would be at a permanent point.

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An ironing board having an opening at one end, plates having internal ratche-ts attached to opposite sides of the longitudinal ribs of said ironing board, a supporting leg having its upper end provided with a semicircular recess adapted to he free from the engaging table at the extreme edge of said table, said supportin leg having a trans; verse pin adapted to pivoted to said ironinor board and inclosing the supporting leg, said swinging trarne hav! ing internal ratchets, anda pinV on said suppoting leg 4engaging said internal ratehets an w in presence of two witnesses.

ARTHUR G. I-IOERNER.

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R. J lvlcCanrr, (l. M. THnoBALD.

1e within the internalV ratchets of the side plates, a swinging frame i .erebv the ironing hoard is supported at a point adjacent to its center.

In testimony whereof I al'lix my signature,

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