Clipped From The Daily Independent
ROLLO REUNION HELD AT FAMILY HOME THURSDAY A reunion of Uio Rollo one of the city's oldest and most prominent families was l>el<I Thursday all day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Rollo of North Street. The reunion brought back to this city, relatives from miles away, who had not been home in years. family l of the Western Glass Works; Mr. ' and Mrs. George Rollo and daughter, ot Pana, 111,, Mr. Rollo is a retired coal operator; Mr. and Mrs. James .Rollo and son and daughter, of Herrin; Tom Rollo, official of the Sante Pe Railroad, of Houston. Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rollo of Chicago; and Mr. and Mrs. John Rollo and At the noon hour a 12:00 o'clock dinner was served to'abcnt thirty • guests. The out of town relatives included Mrs. Margaret Eeveridge, of Casper, Wyoming; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. N. Rollo. of Fullerton, Cali- daughter of Herrin. _.The __relatives ; from this city were, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rollo and daughter; Virginia; j Mrs. Cora Rollo and daughter,. Jane and Air. and Mrs."J6hn"H611b~ ™" The relatives departed this fornia, Mr. Rollo is superintendent i morning for their homes.