from The Malakoff News
Friday, May 10, 1957
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Noble in Corsicana was the scene of a gathering of Mrs. Noble’s seven sisters and their husbands for dinner on Sunday, April 21, 1957.
The eight sisters are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Swanson, pioneer residents of Malakoff. They were all born and reared in Malakoff and attended the Malakoff public schools.
This occasion had a special significance since it was the first time the sisters had been together since 1937 and in honor of the reunion, the above picture and colored movies were made during the afternoon.
Standing from left to right in the picture, they will be remembered here as Josephine, Cordie, Cecil, Aline, Sue and Grace. Seated are Ann and Emma V.
The picture was taken in the living room of Mrs. Noble’s home. The oil portrait in the picture is of Mrs. Fred (Tommy Jean) Maisel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noble.
In the afternoon, the family was joined by Dr. and Mrs. Bill G. Brooks of Ft. Worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brooks; and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson and Janice and W. L., Jr. Mr. Jackson is a son of the W. W. Jacksons of Malakoff.