The servers and disservers went to their work of clearing the board.
Behind came an army of tent men: cooks, servers, and sutlers.
At the second signal, too, the servers began their ministrations.
Amongst the other weekly officials may be noted the servers and the reader at meals.
The servers then went to the lavatory and washed their hands in preparation for their own meal.
Meanwhile the servers had gone to the kitchen-hatch to bring in the dishes.
I am sure of that; for he does not know how to call for the helpers—no, nor for the servers, either.
Yes, but if it is all the work of these helpers and servers—?
Oh, no—the helpers and the servers—they must do their part too, if it is to be of any good.
All this is bound to lead to a monopolization of hosts and servers.