Dr. E. T. Dippell is seriously ill.
on be to as u - DR. DIPPELL IS SERIOUSLY ILL t Rushed to Fort Wayne Hospital for Emergency Operation Dr. K. T. Dippell of 411 East Taik Drive is in a very serious condition, the result of an infection in a wound left by a former operation at St. Joseph's hovpital in Fort Wayne, according to a bulletin issued early this morning. Dr. L. Parker Drayer, prominent Fort Wayne physician, eaid Dr. Dippell's condition is extremely critical. Dr. Dippell waa taken to the hospital about 6 o'clock yesterday evening for an emergency operation. Later it was found that bis condition was so critical that the operation could not be performed. He bad "undergone an operation in the bridge of his nose, near the frontel bone, some time ago, and thia bad become - ia fected. Dr. Dippell had been feeling poor, ly all week, but up to two days ago had gone about his business aa usual. Thirty - iz hours ago he became seriously ill. Dr. Dippell Is one of the oldest and lest known physlcans in the county. Through more than a quarter of a cen - ury in the practice of medicine, be has become an outstanding figure in medical circles. PICKENS HEADS of B. it by ly. its of cf for