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Atkinson, Holt County, Nebraska
October 1, 1943

RITES AT ST. JOSEPH CHURCH THIS MORNING
FOR ANTON A. TASLER

Requiem high mass will be offered at St Joseph's Catholic Church at 10 o'clock Fri. morning for Anton A. TASLER, 80, who died of a heart attack last Tue. afternoon at 2:30.

Mr. TASLER, one of the earliest settlers of the farming and ranching territory southwest of Atkinson, had lived for about 60 years on the place he homesteaded 12 miles southwest of here.

Born in Czechslovakia on Nov. 24, 1863, he came to America at the age of 2 years, with his parents, Anton and Josie ROSH (sic, should be ROUSE) TASLER. The family settled in Ringgold County, Iowa, and lived there for several years before coming to Holt County. Mr. TASLER'S parents also were homesteaders southwest of here, and lived in this community until their death some years ago. When young Anton became of age, he took a homestead near that of his parents, and lived there the remainder of his life.

He died suddenly Tue afternoon soon after lying down to rest after telling members of the family that he did not feel very well.

He was married about 52 years ago to Miss Cora MLINAR, who survives him.

The Rev. A. A. LEHMEN, pastor of St. Joseph's parish, will conduct the funeral rites this morning. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery beside the bodies of his parents. The pallbearers will be Charles DOBIAS, Joseph MLINAR, and Charles MLINAR, all of Atkinson [NE]; Dan REISER of Butte [NE], William JONAS of Burwell [NE], and Harry MLINAR of Stuart [NE].

Relatives who mourn his death are his wife, Cora; 5 sons, Fred, Anton J., William, Clarence and Charles, all of this community; 1 daughter, Mrs. Matilda CEARNS, of Atkinson; 2 grandsons, and 11 granddaughters; 1 brothers, Joseph TASLER of Peru, 4 sisters, Mrs. John DOBIAS of Atkinson, Mrs. Louis HUMPAL of Omaha, Mrs. Elmer NEELEY of Albion and Mrs. Frank HUMPAL of Kansas. A large number of friends, neighbors and other relatives also mourn his passing.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, October of 2010

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