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KING ARTHUR ' S DREAM Long ago in Britain lived King Arthur, and gathered around him were his Knights of the Roundtable. It was late one Christmas Eve and into the hall at Camelot came King Arthur. From the altar in the chapel he took the Bible and sinking into his throne-chair read until he fell asleep. In a vision he beheld two angels pass before him, and a veil hid what was behind them. The veil was lifted and he saw the maiden mother in the stable bending over the Christ-Child. The Shep¬ herds and the Kings came bearing rich and rude gifts for the Little One Balthasar, last of the Magi, gave his gift, a jeweled cup, Lo! One of the angels stooped and held it on high proclaiming that from this cup the Christ-Child, grown to manhood, would drink. Many people would seek the cup but none would find it, save those who were fit to stand in the presence of Christ. Arthur waked with the promise of the angels to see the Holy Grail if he could find the perfect gift for the Christ-Child. He called his knights together around the Table and sent them on their quests for the perfect gift. All the knights left upon the quest except Lancelot and Modred. Lancelot found the perfect knight, Galahad, and was explaining to him Arthur’s quest when he was overheard by Modred. Modred, the Black Knight, attempted to kill Galahad, but this failing, he tried to tempt him from his goodness with bribes of gold and fame and pride. Galahad refused the gifts saying they were not for him. At his refusal a maiden bearing the White Cross, a symbol of knight¬ liness, came forward and gave it to him. A year of searching for the gift went by and once again on Christmas Day the knights assembled. Sir Bedivere was the first knight back from the quest, with keys to castles he had taken. He laid his gift upon the altar, but there was silence. Sir Tristram with his captured weapons came. He laid the weapons upon the altar but silence greeted the gallant knight. They came in order, one after the other, with their gifts. Sir Gareth and his flag, Percival with a gleaming sword, but silence met them all. Only Lancelot was left. He came with open hands saying only the gift of a new manhood in the fellowship could bring the Holy Grail. So saying, he went to the door and called Galahad. At the entrance of Galahad, the sweet, tumultuous splendor of the heavenly music burst into the hall. The angels came, one on each side holding on high the Holy Grail. And as they passed through the hall the knights rose and followed. Only Arthur left with a dream come true.
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AND HER COURT Phyllis Bandy Barbara Bennett Jean Campbell Joan Farmer Annette Garst Mary Alice Woods Maid of Honor Nancy Garst Peggy Layman Mary Ann Logan Shirley Martin Mary Sue Missimer Sue Powell Loretta Scott Doris Smith Darlene Terry Shirley Tuttle Lillian Wimmer o
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