Sam Bonner, 30 Jun 1950 Pampa Daily News
OHnwn Sam Bonner Dies in Hospital Of Rodeo Injuries Roy Lee "Sam" Bonner, born Nov. 1, 1897, in Little Rock. Ark., d!e4 yesterday in Highland General General Hospital as the result of injuries injuries received in a rodeo acci- i"i vict, dent. 'Mr Bonner was well-known in| the Panhandle oil fields as a driller farm boss, and pumper, , He is survived by his wife, Reda, Kellerville; three sons, D. M., Sunray, J. R., Pampa, and R. L., Jr., Graham; one niece, Mrs. G. L. Simmons, Alanreed; Alanreed; nine sisters, Mrs. Carl Cum- mlngs, Borger, Mrs. Teddy Carl, Okmulgee, Okla., Mrs. Robert Brown, Norfork, Va., Mrs. Ells*. Steiner and Mrs. Mark Hazelrigg, San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Ada McMinti and Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Bowers, Oklahoma City, Mrs. Ollie Hammond, Okmulgee, Okla., and Mrs, G. J. Flick, \\'e\vo!in, Okla.; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Sunday in the a : p. m. n First Baptist Church at McLean, "'-The Rev. A. C. Little, a student i at Abilene Christian College, Abilene, will officiate. Pallbearers will be Ruel Smith, Vernon Wood, Glen Jolly, Chet Henry, E. D. Morris. Sid Hazel-j ' ' ~" ' " W.; rigg, Luther Gise, and H. Clodfelter. Honorary pallbearers will be: H. F. Beardmore, Bob Thompson, j Bill Watson, Frank Rodgers, Roy. Sullivan, Jim McClintock, Jack Voyles, Vernon Hobbs, Henry El| lis, Bob Ewing, T. N. ' and Bud Monzinzer. « Interment will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, McLean. The body will lie In state at Duenkcl-Car- michael until Saturday evening and will then be taken to the j family home at Kellerville until funeral time.