Roanoke Times Copyright (c) 1995, Landmark Communications, Inc. DATE: WEDNESDAY, January 12, 1994 TAG: 9401120257 SECTION: VIRGINIA PAGE: C-2 EDITION: METRO SOURCE: DATELINE: LENGTH: Short
Bailey-Schachtebeck, who read law on her own to pass the bar exam, worked for 20 years in the U.S. District Attorney's Office before being named judge of Roanoke Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court in 1944.
She served as president of the Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, the Virginia Council of Juvenile Court Judges and the Virginia Conference of Social Work.
She also spearheaded the first traveling artmobile in the nation and served as the Virginia Women's campaign manager for presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson in the 1950s.
A memorial service for Bailey-Schachtebeck will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Church in the Boxley Chapel.