ORRA DAWN WHITMAN: Obituary: Orra "Dawn" (Whitman) Loe (1891-1971) Mrs. Dawn Loe, 79, Dies at Hospital this Morning Mrs. Dawn Loe, 79, of 313 North Line Street, widow of D. Henry Loe, died at 10:50 am today in Whitley County Hospital where she had been a patient for four weeks. She and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Winebrenner, lived in the same household. Mrs. Loe was a native of Green Center in Noble county, born on October 12, 1891 to the late Samuel F. and Ida May Weeks Whitman. She was married Oct. 1, 1913 to Mr. Loe in the local Baptist parsonage. Her family had moved here from Noble county when she was about seven years old so most of her life had been spent in Columbia City. She was a retired Blue Bell Inc., employee, taking her retirement in 1957. She had served as an inspector at the local factory. Mrs. Loe was a member of the Sugar and Spice Homemakers club in which she had filled several offices, also of Victoria Rebekah Lodge at Etna. Her husband preceded her in death on Jan. 5, 1929. Also deceased are a brother, Omer Whitman, who was for many years Columbia City's police chief; two half-brothers, Roy Baker and Dewey Skinner. Surviving are the daughter, Mrs. Mae Winebrenner; three grandsons, John Winebrenner, on the city police force at Danville, Va. Thomas Winebrenner, 313 North Line Street, who is a Indiana State Trooper stationed at the Fort Wayne post, and Richard Winebrenner, a senior at Columbia City Joint High School. A great-granddaughter, Lisa, daughter of the John Winebrenners, also survives. Friends may call at the J.A. DeMoney and Son Funeral home after 7 pm Saturday. Funeral services have tentatively been set for Sunday.