In the Chicago Tribune for January 26, 1956:Rose Dressler,mother of Frances Drishing, Marie Myslewic, Josephine Barnes, Clare, Helen Rusch, Agnes Thomas, and Edgar. Funeral St. Hyacinth's church; interment St. Adalbert's.
In the 1920 Census, 1438 Dickson St., Ward 16, Chicago, enumerated January 5, 1920, Rose's mother Josephine Rozanska was living with the family.She had immigrated to the US in 1892 and was b. abt. 1848 in Poland.
Anton, listed as Dressler, was b. abt. 1873 in Poland (listed in 1910 Census as Ger. Polish).He immigrated to the US in 1887 and was a naturalized citizen in 1890.Rose was b. abt 1893 in Poland, immigrating in 1892.
Children listed were all b. IL; Frances, 22; Mary, 20; Josephine, 15; Clara, 14; Helen, 10; Agnes, 7; Edward, 3 yrs., 11 mos.
You can check marriage and death records at pgsa.org
Marriages through 1915
Antoni Dressler died October 15, 1938.Walenty/Valentine married Katherine Myslwiec.His obituary appeared in the Chicago Tribune September 9, 1945:Valentine Dressler, Sept. 8, 1945, 3452 Diversey avenue, husband of Kathrine, nee Mysliwiec; father of John, Edmund, Lillian, Thomas, Agnes, and T/4 Anthony, U. S. A. Funeral St. Hedwig's church; interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Katherine's obituary appeared in the Chicago Tribune May 25, 1952:Katherine Dressler, nee Mysliwiec, 2637 N. Drake avenue, beloved wife of the late Valentine, mother of John, Edmund, Lillian, Thomas, Agnes Serna, and Anthony, grandmother of Geraldine and Ronald. Funeral St. Hedwig's church; interment St. Adalbert's.
Marriages and deaths can also be found in the Illinois Archives; records can be ordered online through mollx.com or chicagogenealogy.com.
Marriage Index, 1763–1900
Ship manifests can be found at ancestry.com with a subscription, though the search is free.Some public libraries have access to Ancestry, which is well worth a visit to find towns of origin.
Best wishes in your search,