From left: Bill Kirkpatrick, Pansy Kirkpatrick and Mary Whisonant Ward examine memorabilia from the Rock Hill High School class of 1942 during a gathering of graduates at Thursday's Too. Thirty-one members of the class met for its 65th reunion Wednesday.
From left: Bill Kirkpatrick, Pansy Kirkpatrick and Mary Whisonant Ward examine memorabilia from the Rock Hill High School class of 1942 during a gathering of graduates at Thursday's Too. Thirty-one members of the class met for its 65th reunion Wednesday.
From left: Bill Kirkpatrick, Pansy Kirkpatrick and Mary Whisonant Ward examine memorabilia from the Rock Hill High School class of 1942 during a gathering of graduates at Thursday's Too. Thirty-one members of the class met for its 65th reunion Wednesday.

Rock Hill High Class of '42 relives a 'swell' time

September 20, 2007 01:14 AM

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