MISS ANNE SUE BUNNELL
( )xford, Ga.
Alpha Delta Phi Sorority.
A.B. Wesleyan Female College, 'Iii;
member and sponsor Senior Class '14; Owls'
Social Club; Susie Dahm Social Club;
Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity.
Although apparently an honor was con¬
ferred upon Miss Bonnell being chosen as
class sponsor, the honor falls in the high¬
est sense to the class in being allowed the
privilege of having her presence precede a
class of dignities who may or may not have
their names inscrolled among the list of
Emory graduates. She assisted in the spon¬
sorship of the memorable Emory track team
which invaded Macon to return without vic¬
tory but still possessing high hopes. We
have searched the pages of literature in an
effort to find some tribute which might
truthfully and becomingly be paid Miss Bon¬
nell, but alas! we have failed—no poets have
ever breathed sentiments true enough to
quote in a tribute to our sponsor, but we
"Fill this cup to one made up
< if ]< iveliness alone,
A woman, of her gentle sex,
The seeming paragon.
"Her every tone is music's own.
Like those of morning birds,
And something more than me'ody,
I twells ever in her words."