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F. E. Long ~ ~ ~ 1885-1961
© Blackwell Journal Tribune
May 3, 1961
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan

Arrangements are pending at Roberts and Sons Funeral Home for Fountain Emmett Long, 76, who died about noon Wednesday at his home, 516 South Third.
Mr. Long, born Feb. 5, 1885, in St. Joseph, Mo., had lived in Blackwell the past three years.
Survivors are his wife, Carrie; three daughters, Mrs. Earl (Beulah) Balthus, and Mrs. Vivian McDowell, Blackwell, and Mrs. Christine Dailey, Los Angeles, Calif.
Final rites for F. E. Long, 76, 516 South Third, who died Wednesday, will be held at 2:30 p.m. in Roberts and Sons chapel.
Rev. Harry Hembree will officiate and burial will be in the IOOF cemetery.

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