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Charlie Horn

Submitted by  Beth Love

COLORADO CITY Oct. 27, (SC) - Charlie Horn, 60, Colorado City, died in a Veterans hospital Saturday morning. He had been ill for two weeks.

Funeral services for the veteran will be Sunday at 4 p.m. from Kiker and Son Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Bill Austin, pastor of Oak Street Baptist Church, will officiate and burial will be in Westbrook cemetery.

Horn was born Jan. 18, 1896, in Mitchell County.

He married Hattie Sanders, who survives him, in 1938. He was a farmer.

Survivors in addition to his wife, include two daughters, Elizabeth and Charlene Horn, Colorado City; a son, Eddie Horn, and a step-son, Bert D. Sanders, also of Colorado City; a sister, Mrs. T. J. Robinson [sic Robison], San Angelo, and eight brothers, Olen Horn, Knapp; Tom Horn, Abilene; Ed, Perry, George, Neal, Jack and Willis Horn, all of whom reside in Mission.

Published in The Big Spring Daily Herald, October 28, 1956 


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