Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Fiery Cross, April 27, 1923

INDIANA KLANSMEN ATTEND FUNERALColumbus, Ohio, April 21.—Indiana Klansmen participated in the funeral service of George E. Roller, a weeTc ago. Burial was made in Green Lawn cemetery and 18 citizens of the Invisible Empire represented the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in paying the organization’s last respects to an honored member.King Kleagle and Kleagle headed the procession of Klansmen. A fiery cross was planted at the head of the grave while members of the funeral cortege stood by in silence. After a prayer and the giving of the Klan parting sign, the members retired and departed in automobiles.Mr. Roller, who was 48 years of age, was owner of the Statenforth restaurant at State and Fourth street here. Ha is survived by a family.