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Flag Etiquite topic for Grace Willing Workers EHC

Nancy Rosen presented the program, "Flag Etiquette," at the recent meeting of the Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers. The meeting was held at the Centennial Fellowship Church in White Hall. Rosen opened her program by giving a Flag Etiquette Quiz to see what the group knew about the flag. Different club members volunteered the answers. The questions and answers were 1) What do the stars on our flag represent?-50 states 2) What do the red and white strips represent?-13 colonies 3) What is the blue section with white stars called?-the Union 4) When did we begin using the flag as we know it today? -July 1, 1960 5) What does the term "half-mast" mean?-to lower the flag half way from the top of the staff as a token of mourning. The flag is always raised to full mast, then lowered. 6) What is a halyard?-a rope or cord to which a flag is attached 7) What is a staff?-a shaft or pole to which a flag is flown 8) What are some terms that are often used to mean "the flag" ?-"The Colors", "Old Glory", " The Stars and Stripes," 9) What is the term for the study of flag history?-Vexillogy 10) When were the original Stars and Stripes first flown in the United States-1777 11) At the conclusion of a military funeral, why is the flag folded in a triangle shape-Symbolic of hats worn by soldiers who fought in the War of Independence 12) Is there a law that supplies a guide for the proper use and care of the flag?-yes, the Federal Flag Code

White Hall UMC to hold fish fry

White Hall United Methodist Church, 300 Church Street, will hold a first Friday fish fry, from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. The menu includes fish, chicken, beans, trimmings, drinks and desserts. The price is $12 for adults and $6 for children, dine in or carry out.

Amy Wentz to marry Brandon Burnside

Jeff and Susan Wentz of Pine Bluff are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy Lynn Wentz to Brandon Richard Burnside, son of Kim and Buddy Sanders and Pam and Richard Burnside all of Bossier City, Louisiana.

WH Lions clubs plan fundraiser

The White Hall Noon Lions Club and the White Hall Evening Lions Club are sponsoring a "Tyson Cooked Chicken Dinner" fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, April 19 in the parking lot of Cranford's grocery store in White Hall.

Willing Workers EHC hear program on ‘Can You Hear Me?’

Willing Workers of White Hall met in the meeting room of White Hall Library for their regular March meeting. President Cheri Aronowitz welcomed everyone and read the Thought of the Month and the Handy Hint. Vice President Patsy Johnson led the members in the Homemaker's Creed. Sue Medlock gave the Inspiration from Proverbs 18:15. Members answered roll call by answering the question "Have you ever had a hearing test?". Members present were: Cheri Aronowitz, Catherine Atkinson, Patsy Johnson, Jo Ann Carr, Sarah Payton, Dee Kindrick, Karen Needler, Sue Medlock, Sue Heinze, Marnette Reed, Shannon Keele, Haley Blevins and Elizabeth Wall. Sue Heinze's grandson, Charlie, was a special guest.

Mason and Caudell engagement

Andy and Samantha Peterman and John Mason announce the engagement of their daughter, Lorna-Beth Mason to Joshua Caudell, son of Mike and SueAnn Caudell of Redfield. Ceremony is April 27, at 2 p.m., at The Army Reserve Center 17500 Dayton Road, White Hall.