|Death: ||Feb. 27, 1936|
BICYCLE RIDER DIES FOLLOWING ACCIDENT
Herbert Arndt, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Arndt, 6705 Southeast Seventy-Seventh avenue, died at his home last night as a result of injuries received when his trousers caught in the sprocket of his bicycle while he was coasting down the Mount Scott hill, throwing him. Dr. J. F. Ditto, who was called to the home, reported that the boy was dead when he arrived.
The Oregonian newspaper, Thursday, Feb. 27, 1936, front page, column 3.
Cycle Fall Fatal to Boy
PORTLAND, Or., Friday, Feb. 28. Herbert Arndt died yesterday as a result of a fall from his bicycle. He did not at first appear seriously hurt, and was able to ride home but lapsed into unconsciousness a few hours later.
The Seattle Times newspaper, Friday, Feb. 28, 1936, page 9, column 6.
Lincoln Memorial Park
Plot: Sylvan section, Lot 108, grave 1
Created by: Nathan Haines
Record added: Dec 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102345567
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While working as a Memorial Counselor at Lincoln, I met a woman who in one way or another knew the story of Herbert Arndt's passing and this is what she told me. On the day of his passing he and a friend/friends were riding down Mt. Scott Blvd. (gravel ro...(Read more)|
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