Nellie Zorgdrager vander Schoor obit 1941
MRS.G.VANDER SCHOOR PASSES SECOND OPERATION BRINGS DEATH WEDNESDAY Death Follows That of Her Husband by Little More than a Month; Was 56 Years Old Mrs. Gerrit Vander Schoor, a resident resident of Hawarden for the past 21 •ears, passed away about 6:30 Wed- lesday evening at the Hawarden hos- )ital following an operation to which he submitted at noon the same day, A major operation was performed on rtrs. Vander Schoor Aug. 7 and it was mown at that time that a second operation operation would be necessary. Due to he seriousness of her condition and the two operations so close together, she.was unable to overcome the second ordeal. Funeral arrangements have not yet jeen made. Nellie Zorgdrager was born June 21, 1885, at Sheldon and so was but some over 56 years of age at the time of her death. When a young girl she moved with her parents to Hull where she grew to young womanhood. She was united in marriage with Gerrit Vander .Schoor Nov. 29, 1906, in Sioux City. Following their marriage they made their home at Rock Valley for a few years and then for 10 years they operated a store at Archer. In 1920 they came to Hawarden and she lived here continuously since that time. Six children were Ibora to Mr. and Mrs. Vander 'Schoor, one son dying in infancy. Mr. Vander Schoor passed away suddenly from a heart attack July 26, a little more than four weeks ago. She is survived by five children, Mrs. Alfred Skogman of Chatsworth, Mrs. Charles Tomlmson of Sioux City, Wallace Vander Schoor of San Luis Obispo, 'Calif., and Harold and Ray- i ^ ,, alsa leaves four sistera'a er to mourn her untimely deatih. They are Mrs. E. Brunsting of Hawarden, Mrs. Maggie Kleinheksel of Archer, Mrs. Ella Duimstra of Santa Cruz, Calif., Mrs. May Pool of Butte, Mont., and Harry Zorgdrager of Madison Lake, Minn. There are two grandchildren, grandchildren, Deloris and Jerry Skogman. Mrs. Vander 'Schoor was a member of the Associated church, the Hawarden Hawarden Woman's club and the Royal Neighbor lodge. She took an active part in these organizations and was always willing to do her share. She was a woman who was always busy helping to carry the load of keeping up a home. The sudden death of her husband coupled with her poor health was more of a burden than her loved ones and most intimate friends realized. realized. She idolized her children and grandchildren and was always willing to make any sacrifice for them. Sincere Sincere sympathy is extended to the members of her family in the sudden and unexpected death of both of their parents within a month's time.