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Obituary Mary Viola (Hassler) Muster,
Auxvasse, Missouri, 5 Sep 1921

	Auxvasse Review, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, 7 September 1921

Death of Mrs. Viola Hassler.
	Mary Viola Hassler, daughter of J.R. and Mary Jane Hassler, was born near
Liberty church, Shamrock township, July 23rd, 1869.  She died after a prolonged
illness at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.R. Burt, west of Auxvasse, September 5,
1921.  She grew up to young womanhood near Liberty church, of which she became
a member when about fourteen years of age, and remained a member until 1899,
when she became a member of Auxvasse Christian church.  She was a member of
this congregation at the time of her death.
	On October 16, 1890, she was married to C.J. Muster.  To this union three
children were born, all of whom survive, as follows:  Mrs. Dora Mildred Anderson
of Chicago; Carl Muster of St. Louis, and Joe B. Muster of Columbia.  She is
survived by her father who lives at Auxvasse.  Her mother died in 1908.  Two
brothers and two sisters survive also:  T. B. Hassler of Paris., Mo., W. S. Hassler
of Cheney, Washington, Mrs. J.H. McCown of Trinidad, Colorado, and Mrs. N. R. Burt
of Auxvasse.
	For about eighteen years she has been doing work as a nurse in various homes
in this part of Callaway, in which capacity she rendered much valuable service in
the alleviation of suffering.  She was well known for her industriousness and
patience which so eminently fitted her for her work as a nurse.
	She was a loyal member of the church, always manifesting to the last of her
activities a desire to be interested in the work of the church and religious affairs.


Fulton Gazette, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, 8 September 1921 Heart Disease Caused Death. Mrs. Viola Muster Died at Home of Sister Near Auxvasse Monday. Funeral Held Wednesday. Mrs. Viola Muster, 52 years old, died at the home of sister, Mrs. Robert Burt, two miles west of Auxvasse, Monday morning at 1:00 o'clock after four weeks illness with hearth trouble. Funeral services were conducted at the Liberty Christian church, north of Shamrock, Wednesday morning at 11:00 o'clock, by the Rev. A.F. Larson, of Auxvasse, and burial was in the cemetery of that church. Mrs. Muster was born near Shamrock, and had spent her entire life in this county. She was a daughter of J.R. Hassler, who survives, as do three children, two brothers and two sisters. The children are: Mrs. Dora Anderson, Chicago; Carl Muster, St Louis, and Joe Muster, Columbia. Brothers and sisters are: T.B. Hassler, Paris; Samuel Hassler, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. B.J. McCowan, Trinidad, Col., and Mrs. Burt, of Auxvasse. Mrs. Muster had been a nurse for a number of years, and had formed many friends in the county, all of whom sympathize with those who are bereaved by her death.

C J and Mary Viola (Hassler) Muster Family