Although this doesn't mention your ancestor's name, you may be interested in the newspaper article below. The sisters are daughters of Albert Patterson Clement.
The Spartanburg Herald, Wednesday, September 14, 1938, page 3, Column 2:
Clement Sisters Meet in Reunion
Seven Members of Family Gather for First Time in Fifty Years
For the first time in almost 50 years, seven sisters, all natives of Spartanburg, met yesterday for a reunion at the home of Mr. A.S. Cantrell, 163 Pierpoint avenue.
It was 48 years ago that the seven sisters were together. Then the years brought separation until three of them were too far away to visit Spartanburg often. The intervening years found one of the sisters in China; another in California, and still another in Mississippi. Yesterday the sisters had dinner at Mrs. Cantrell's home.
Miss Lora Clement, a missionary stationed in South China, came across the world to see her family. Mrs. R.E. Bruce came from Hayward, a suburb of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. George P. White came from Hazelhurst, Miss.
The other sisters who attended the reunion were: Mrs. Cantrell, Mrs. Ella M. Cooksey and Miss Ida Clement and Mrs. R.E. White Union. Mrs. R.E. White Jr. was also present for the reunion.
The seven sisters were born in Spartanburg but left here many years ago. Their home originally adjoined the General hospital property on North Church street. Their father built the house which was moved to its present location. It was previously occupied by Dr. J. Moss Beeler, former superintendent of Spartanburg General Hospital.