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Office Star 3-Piece Folding Table and Bench Set
3 Piece Folding Table and Bench Set
An economical, user-friendly choice for offices, classrooms, and events, Office Star's resin furniture offers lightweight yet durable solutions to workspace, dining, and seating needs. This three-piece folding table and bench set features two backless benches with heavy-duty white seats made of waterproof, stainproof, scratch-, and impact-resistant blow-mold resin and a 6-foot resin table with a matching resin top. Dark gray powder-coated steel tube frames offer low-profile stability, and rubber end caps protect floors from damage. For space-saving storage, all three pieces fold in half and the legs tuck inside to create flat, stackable surfaces. The table measures 72 inches long by 30 inches wide by 29-1/2 inches high and the benches each measure 72-1/2 inches long by 12 inches wide by 17-1/2 inches high. The total weight is 72 pounds with a 300-pound load capacity. Designed for indoor and outdoor use; easy clean-up. --Kara Karll
Today, Sunday, December 23 rd, at dusk, I saw the three holy kings and their train arrive at the same building outside Bethlehem where Joseph and Mary had been registered. It was the former ancestral house of David of which some masonry still remained; once it had belonged to Joseph’s parents. It was a large house with several smaller ones round it; in front of it was a closed court, giving on to an open place with trees and a fountain. In this place I saw Roman soldiers; they were there because of the tax office which was in the building. When the kings and their train arrived, a crowd of inquisitive onlookers began pressing round them. The star had disappeared, and they were somewhat uneasy. Some men came up to them and questioned them. They dismounted, and were met by officials from the house bearing branches, who offered them a light refreshment of bread, fruit, and drink. This was a usual welcome for strangers like these. Meanwhile I saw their beasts being watered at the fountain under the trees. I thought to myself: these strangers are more courteously received than poor Joseph, because of the little gold pieces they distribute. They were told that the Shepherds’ Valley was a good camping-place, but remained for some time undecided. I did not hear them ask for the newborn King of the Jews; they knew that according to the prophecy this was the place, but because of what Herod had said to them they were afraid of causing any comment. When, however, they saw a light shining in the sky beside Bethlehem, as though the moon were rising, they mounted again and rode beside a ditch and some ruined walls round the south side of Bethlehem towards the east, approaching the Cave of the Nativity from the field where the angels had appeared to the shepherds. On entering the valley behind the cave, near the grave of Maraha, they dismounted, and their people unpacked much of the luggage and set up a great tent which they had with them. They made all arrangements for an encampment with the help of some shepherds, who had pointed out the places to them. The camp had been partly arranged when the kings saw the star appear bright and clear above the hill where the Cave of the Nativity was, the light that streamed from it descending in a vertical line onto the hill. 135135 Cf. Matt. 2.9: The star ‘came and stood over where the child was.’ The star seemed to grow larger as it drew near until it became a body of light which looked to me as big as a sheet. I saw them at first gazing at it in great astonishment. It was already dark; they saw no house, only the outline of a hill, like a rampart. Suddenly they were filled with great joy, for they saw in the radiance the shining figure of a Child, like the one they had seen before in the star. All bared their heads in obeisance, and the three kings, going up to the hill, found the door of the cave. Mensor opened the door and saw the cave full of heavenly light, and, in the back of it, the Virgin sitting with the Child, just as they had seen them in their visions. He went back at once and told this to his companions; in the meantime Joseph, accompanied by an aged shepherd, came out of the cave to meet them. They told him, in childlike simplicity, how they had come to adore the newborn King of the Jews, whose star they had seen, and to bring Him gifts. Joseph welcomed them warmly, and the old shepherd accompanied them to their encampment and helped them with their arrangements; some of the shepherds who were there gave them the use of some sheds. They themselves prepared for the solemn ceremony that was before them. I saw them putting on big white cloaks with long trains. The material had a yellowish sheen, like raw silk, and was beautifully fine and light. They wore these fluttering robes for all their religious ceremonies. All three wore girdles on which many pouches and gold boxes (like sugar-basins with knobs) were suspended by little chains among the ample folds of their cloaks. Each of the kings was followed by four members of his family. Besides these there Were several of Mensor’s servants holding a small tablet like a tray, a rug with tassels, and some strips of thin stuff. They followed St. Joseph in an ordered procession to the shelter at the entrance of the cave, where they covered the tray with the tasseled rug. Each king then placed on it some of the golden boxes and vessels which he took from his girdle; this was the offering which they made in common. Mensor and all the others took their sandals from off their feet, while Joseph opened the door of the cave. Two youths from Mensor’s following went before him, spreading out a strip of stuff on the floor of the cave before his feet and then retiring. Two others came close behind him with the tray of presents, which he took from them when he was before the Blessed Virgin, and falling on his knee placed them at her feet on a low stand. Those who had carried the tray went back. Behind Mensor stood the four members
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Rose Goes to the Office for International Wear a Dress Week I’m not fancy or flashy; not expensive, nor by any means extravagant. In fact the term for garments like me is ‘Plain Dress.’ I’m a simple dress and that about sums me up… plain and simple. But I’m not shy and I’ve received compliments; one just today, in fact. A co-worker told mistress how pretty she looked in me. Well, some may say that that was a compliment for my mistress, but we both knew it was for me. I’m not very old – don’t show any signs of wear – but I’ve had three homes, already. Why don’t you sit a while and I’ll tell you my story… I hail from Pennsylvania, where I was hand made, lovingly, by a Mennonite lady. She was very nice to me, looked after me well, and wore me to church on Sundays. For a while I was her ‘Sunday best,’ and other ladies would say how lovely I was and did she make me herself? And what a good job she’d done, how beautifully I fit and how nice and summery we looked. But when the fall came I was hanging in the closet one day and I heard the sewing machine and I had this sinking feeling. Truth be told (just between you and me, you understand), Mennonite Mistress had put on a couple of pounds and I was starting to strain a little at the seams. Well, sure enough, a couple of days later this new dress came to join us in the closet – long sleeves and fall colors of russet, browns, and pumpkin. Very pretty she was, but noticeably a size or two bigger than the rest of us. Next thing I know I’m getting folded up nice and neat, along with my friend Daisy (Daisy’s ‘Plain Dress,’ too) and put in a box. It was pretty dark and scary in there, I can tell you, but Daisy and I kept each other’s spirits up by telling stories and singing the hymns we’d heard on Sundays at the Mennonite church. And before we knew it, the box was being opened and we were in a new home. The new lady laid us on her kitchen table and measured us every which way, and then tossed us in the washing machine – gentle cycle, thank goodness. Well, cut a long story short, before we had time to get our wits together, Daisy and I were on the block – up for sale on eBay, of all things. It was pretty humiliating, I can tell you, all those ‘page views.’ I didn’t know what was happening to Daisy and she didn’t know what was going on with me. But Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! We were both ‘won’ by the same lady and got shipped off together again just a few days later. And here we are with our new mistress. Miss Sandra has a very eclectic wardrobe (some might say weird). Along with the regular everyday suits and dresses, blouses and skirts and jeans and T-shirts that we share the closet with, there is a lovely collection of plain dresses (most of them much plainer than Daisy and me), all with capes and aprons, and a collection of bonnets and prayer caps. There are also some very ’50s and ’60s-looking gals (including a half dozen or so vintage bathing suits), and a couple of very exotic Chinese silk numbers. They’re very nice and friendly, though (well, everyone is – I think it rubs off from Miss Sandra) but the silk girls are very sophisticated-looking and told me they were hand-made in Thailand… wow! Well I’ve only been out of the closet once since I arrived, but you’ll never guess… this morning Miss Sandra opens the closet and announces that a lady called Miss Erin had decreed this to be International Wear a Dress Week and without even a second thought, she (Miss Sandra, that is) took me off my hanger and lay me on the bed. She’d chosen me to accompany her to work. How exciting! Now, don’t get me wrong, my first mistress was very nice and treated me very well, but at the end of the day I always knew that I was just something to cover her body nicely; and her underwear knew it too, and it showed. Well, not in that sense! But you know what I mean – a bit dowdy, shall we say? But Miss Sandra, now she’s a different kettle of fish altogether – strokes me gently, lovingly even, and smoothes me out constantly. I can tell that she enjoys me. Oh, it’s such a difference, you don’t know. And the underwear, well, it makes me blush to tell you. I’ve never been in such ‘racy’ company before – she made me feel more like a night club dress than a boring old Plain Dress for church. There was a frothy little garter belt, and nylon stockings, a mauve bra the same shade as my roses, and a tiny little pair of mauve and pink, lacy boy shorts. Oh my – what a day! But it didn’t end there. My Mennonite mistress wore hardly any makeup, maybe just a bit of powder and a touch of lipstick, and very plain jewelry. And, to be honest, Miss Sandra doesn’t go overboard in the makeup department, either, but she took the trouble to blend nice shades of eye shadow, some mascara, and a bit of bronzer, which made me feel good, like I was part of something special. But the real ‘kicker’ for me was the jewelry. Now Miss Sandra is not a bit ostentatious there, either, but her friend buys her nice thin
office star folding tables
6 Foot Fold in Half Bench
An economical, user-friendly choice for offices, classrooms, and events, Office Star's resin furniture offers lightweight yet durable solutions to workspace, dining, and seating needs. This 6-foot fold-in-half bench features a heavy-duty white seat made of waterproof, stainproof, scratch-, and impact-resistant blow-mold resin and a dark gray powder-coated steel frame with three sets of legs to prevent tipping and flexing. Rubber end caps protect floors from damage, and the legs tuck into the folded top to allow stackable, space-saving storage. Measuring 72-1/2 inches long by 12 inches wide by 17-1/2 inches high, the bench holds up to 300 pounds and is ideal for indoor or outdoor use. Clean up is easy, and the table weighs just 20 pounds with a sturdy handle so it can go where duty calls. --Kara Karll