Dating steubenville ohio
When the state flag is flown from the same halyard as the United States flag, the state flag shall be displayed beneath the United States flag.When the state flag is carried in a procession in which the United States flag is unfurled, the state flag shall be displayed on the marching left of the United States flag.The stars shall be grouped around a red disc superimposed upon a white circular "O." The thirteen stars grouped around the "O" represent the original states of the United States and the four stars added to the peak of the triangle symbolize that Ohio was the seventeenth state admitted to the union.The "O" represents the "O" in "Ohio" and suggests the state's nickname, the buckeye state. It shall have three red and two white horizontal stripes that represent the roads and waterways of the state.The union of the flag shall be seventeen five-pointed stars, white in a blue triangular field that represents the state's hills and valleys, the base of which shall be the staff end or vertical edge of the flag, and the apex of which shall be the center of the middle red stripe.
Any staff from which the state flag is flown shall be at least two and one-half times as long as the state flag.The design will be the same as the flag of the governor of Ohio with the seal and stars proportionately reduced in size.The flag will be trimmed on three edges with a knotted fringe of silk or wool one and one half inches wide. (A) Display of the state flag at all state buildings and public institutions, such as public school buildings and state parks, is encouraged.The official colors of the governor of Ohio will be of scarlet silk, four feet four inches on the pike by five feet six inches fly, of the same design as the flag of the governor of Ohio, with the seal and stars proportionately reduced in size and embroidered.The colors will be trimmed on three edges with a knotted fringe of yellow silk two and one half inches wide.