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Four years is a long, time. Such were our thoughts when we first entered
the doors of K. H. S. that September morning in 1944.
Yet, as we look back, those years have flown too swiftly by and the time for
parting has arrived all too soon.
As the increasing years separate us from our days here at K. H. S., always
in our memories will there remain vivid snapshots of every trivial detail, every
momentous matter. . .our first day of classesg the ever-vigilant traihc squadg our
rush to the "caf" at 12:05, dancing in the gym to some of those hit songs: "How
Soon", "Now is the Hour", "Ballerina", and of course the perennial "Stardust",
Remember the excitement of the Killingly-Putnam game, the dances, the all'
important junior promg all little things in themselves but adding up to the
total of happiness in every sense of the word.
Remember our class room
debates on the U. N. Council, the
joy and pride that each of us
felt on that day in 1945 when
the japs said "Uncle" and
peace shone on us. Other out-
side events interested us also,
like the major league series
in "47" when the Cardinals
walked away with the pennant,
much to the disgust of local
Red Sox fans.
Now it's all over as far as
life at K. H. S. is concerned. In
this one book, therefore, we have
tried to capture many souvenirs,
in words and pictures, that will
bring back all the different feel-
ings of our high school career: the joys and sorrows which combined to make it
high school life.
Years from now we will find in these pages memory-making reminders
of classmates, teachers, and friends who have joined together to make
these days at K. H. S. some of the happiest in our lives.”